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"From the so the brooklyn. You're listening to the face radio A took up Took good evening. Everyone you're listening to the start off since waves. Today is january twenty. First and i'm mary. Mcdowell will be your host from six to eight. pm eastern time a to ten pm. A brazilian time Yesterday was a big day here in. Us and hopefully we'll be entering into the beginning of a new era so i basically tried to select only uplifting records for the show tonight. Hope you guys enjoy the we enjoy it Preparing the show for you in this opening track was I is sumba It's from japanese. Koiji nakayama this record is originally from nine hundred. Seventy eight in I mean squalor. Fool in japanese in it was basically. It's a very almost impossible to find Jazz record may be in japan but it was repressing. Two thousand nineteen by The japanese label mu music which is also stood immu and now Still like trying to warm up here. 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She Was Killed By Space Junk: Who Podcasts The Watchmen? Episode #13
"This episode of Capes and lunatics brought to you by tweaked audio get awesome headphones tweaked audio dot com and use the coupon code. Southgate get thirty percent off free shipping in a lifetime warranty where he can get their link on our website Southgate Media Group dotcom. How low and who podcast the watch the WHO wants the lifespan? We watched the watchmen. And podcast about how I am. Kevin Smith now. Ah Name is bill and joining the as always streep for how got. Some watch watchmen episode. Oh did you see the actually. Have what some competition now I guess. H H field. Official Watchmen podcast. Ask Yeah I yeah. I didn't listen to yet but a guests honestly three episodes because this one covers episode three and they said the second. Listen to drop after episode six. Yeah so not sure. Yeah but I'm take it out but yeah yeah This episode I like the title. It made me laugh. I know all the especially at the end ended the episode. Yeah when you figure yeah yes because season one episode three. She was killed by space junk and he can be taken as different. Space Junk is a document has it. Didn't say anything about Blue Tyler on but he isn't space okay so I liked this episode a lot because one given us background information about just the world to give background information about with Senator Keen Junior about the dope as what they called it. Act Act that allow police to start wearing masks and how they want to push it through nationwide. How other cities do it as well so that was just enough just enough to kind of give us an idea of why Tulsa why they're doing this? What's up with the masks and also because we meet Laurie and of course? This is the lorry that father was the comedian. Whose was with Doctor Manhattan? WHO's with night? How but he's barely mentioned? He's kind of off referenced in her Little Story Joke that I really don't quite get like her little joke that she's telling Dr Manhattan throughout the whole episode like I don't quite get it. Well remember when the senator under to came to see her and you know she had the AL in the cage and he said he when he wanted her good on the Oklahoma. He's he's had remember the president part in any one. He's as anyone he's liking even get your out of that cage which. I'm assuming Dan's in prison. Who could be could be? It's good I missed that dialogue because yeah we get so. It's interesting because she hates foods Atlantis. She's like the Digital Anti Anti Vigilante Taskforce source considering that she she didn't like being the specter to But she she did. She was a member of the watchmen group and Bahir. She has now we get a really great scene at the beginning of her taking down A vigilante he busts end US stop. A bank robbery. Found that it's all a plant and they take him down just felt that was interesting. That was a ravinder. Yeah no the just ravinder gas in a black suit because I saw an article somewhere online. It's like this would happen to Batman in in this world. I'm like ninety one. It is armored better is armory better. We also be smarter to figure out that they're cops but I find it funny or you know. She's using the alias. Laurie Blake you know taking her father's last name. Prompt one probably because you know she has when people do immediately recognize her as Laurie Jupiter but also didn't she see I mean in the movie and stuff and in the in the comic and stuff. She seemed more like her mother here. Didn't she seemed more like the comedian. Yes it's like you know it's been thirty years. You know since the events of the watchman of book so she had time to she notes. I mean she knows the truth. You know. That's part of it is she knows Adrian's but what he did And we have that little scene where the the the was not officer but the the guy agent who accompanies her. He's like I have a history. See I know he words. Yes I knew Adrian fight so and and you look affair with them as powerful being exist. So it's just very interesting. Interesting that Dr Manhattan's on Mars and we had a nice confession from her. Saying you know it's funny as people think you still care about us but my favorite line is so laurie shows up. She's very intelligent very intuitive and she's talking to sister night and and she says Yeah Latinas closet has ICAN compartment. Zip Aren't my dad. Has Eager Department has closet to a you know oh I love. I love that whole back and forth. Because she was like sick. You knew what was in that secret compartment. She's like either. You guys writ you know some kind of conspiracy Z.. She's like or Youtube or having an affair which I don't think is possible because your husband is hot. She senior husband. He's yeah I mean. Then the whole the whole funeral thing with the Bomber from the Seventh Cavalry Holy Crash. He shows up and you know he he take centers got come with us. I have a bomb wired to my heart. If it stops at bomb goes off and laurie just caps APPs the dude in the head. She's like oh I didn't think he was serious. Yes she said she later. She thought she said he was bluffing. But yeah but then the Angela has to like kick him into a judd's grave and like throw his his body and the cough and on top of plays this body up which again then stories I call it. Can Exhume them now. She's a it is interesting like there is a mystique mystery to why so quickly why why are all the acts like you know so quickly to put him bury him It was interesting to lorries. Found tire tire marks for wheelchair I did I did lake When she shows up and they're like looking for looking glass and the he's in the pod she calls him Way Tillman detective way. Tillman a he can take that mask off. It's just interesting 'cause you know she always. She hated her mom for making her be a super hero and now it's like she hates anybody and I mean that's probably repercussions from what did I just find interesting. I love her way to the PSYCHOS. You're racist detective. He's like that's an oversimplification oversimplification. But a whole thing going to say But now did you catch like I said like Lori was acting alk alk like very much like the comedian but then like at the end there when she you know she's like wrapping up the joke for Doctor Manhattan. I think I forget what the joke is. But she said something like bad joke. Doc and it reminded me of Rohrschack. Exactly Rohan Snare Drum. Yes so it's they're trying to be symmetrical in the in writing and it's just nice to have a character from the original story just give more gravitas to this story to make it. It feel it deserves to be called watchman. Because that's been you know. Part of my struggle is okay. This is good but does deserve to be called watchmen. Yeah I think that's why it's my favorite episode so far because I think this is the one that felt most watchmen so far. Yeah I mean you have Lori you have talking Dr Manhattan. We get the vigilante that they stop and we also get references to the comedian but we also get Adrian. We get okay. We get Jeremy Irons actually calling himself Adrian Vite. Yep You know we we. He doing something that I couldn't figure out why he was freezing his Mr. Oh it's Komo drawn a blank his lackey but I mean I don't think he wanted the frees him because he seemed pretty mad when he fought onto the guy frozen right transport what he was doing the then he kills Buffalo in the game. Warden shoots adding weight I'm looking at the summary here The Lord meticulously plans ends of built a makeshift environmental suit from a leathery substance. That appears to be tanned. Human skin a glass jar suit of armor from the manner a small oxygen bottle and other other found items on a here hilltop near unidentified wooden mechanical structure. He dresses in seals. It's Phillips the Phillips Clone In the Sutin eaten later returns to find the clone frozen solid after frustrated tantrum. He comments on the need for a thicker skin later. Hunts Down Bison with a bow and Arrow so in some of the wording from the game warden. Oh Yeah. He feels bringing to the manner after a game warden on horseback fires a warning shot. At the Lord's its feet. He later receives a handwritten letter from the warden and reminding him that. The terms of his imprisonment prohibit escape attempts yet thanking him through the tomatoes. The Lord dictates a type response cruikshanks acknowledging these terms signing it as Adrian fight and goes out that night. The hunt again in his ozzy mandates costume mm-hmm right. So is he in some sort of specialized prison. It seems like it's like hey you want as long as you don't leave this piece of property right you know and also because every episode. We're seeing him getting his cake with the he's a jolly good fellow Mr Phillips so very interesting interesting of what could be going on with him and what's going on that with that whole situation Two of the game was wearing a mask. And maybe you know it just. It was weird. I only got to watch it once. I Wonder Watch it twice. Debbie got to watch once and I just. I'm intrigued of yeah because it feels like this is the storyline that doesn't connect because because we also see that. Looks like the pirate ship of the black freighter. Flag is the seal of the game warden Yeah you know. We saw a flag as he went to hunt a wax seal on the letter and it just. I don't know it's weird like because I feel like I fleet. Almost maybe there's something more to his story than we're we know But we'll see you know who I think has a mysterious SAF will the senator you know what I i. I thought maybe he might have been a new night out but I think maybe he's like a plan for the Seventh Cavalry. Maybe desk kind of what I was wondering wondering because he was like I'll go with him. Go just don't hurt these people that he was quick to him just so he can play the hero kind of like even with the reporters asking him later about were they asked him about Was At the Germans are era or that the Russians about yeah about the Russian intrinsic field generator and he was like. Yeah no no right now. The war's here is the seventh cavalry. And I think even makes the comment as long as they're around. I'm not going anywhere. Yeah he basically states that he's represents dance the good people of Oklahoma some just wondering if he's kind of in on it creating threat to a certain extent to keep keep his job you know at least give him power. There's something to him. I don't know I don't fully trusting Me Neither so I haven't decided how I feel about him and I mean so. We know the Laurie knows everybody's name. Yes yes because she. She knows that Angela. Apr a sister night. And you know she makes the comment. How do you tell of? Vigilante from COP will first of all the COP vigilantes do act within the law They also have their badges displayed compared here to just a regular You know regular Vigilante but you think it's interesting that the street street cops wear masks you pay. They have the pull up masks and then the hats. I'm surprised they don't have on like glasses or something to cover or there is just always wearing their police glasses. which okay that makes sense? But then it's the detectives that take on. These moniker are characters you know. Red Scare Pirate Jane Sister Night Glass. You know so. It's the detectives take on the knowledge that they mask their Dalek. Their own superhero type thing. You Know Sister Night full-on outfit everything everything so. I thought that was interesting. You know just to think about okay. It's one thing for the police. Don't wear masks are for the police to actually become. He's like Superhero characters. Yeah I holly. I love that scene when Laurie. I says up and she's talking to the cops you know. They're the arrested a suspect that she likes her. Are Your civil rights being infringed upon yet. These people grabbed me that release. She's like I was kidding. Shut up here. I don't care I'll just like when she's getting looking glass and he's like very particular about the way he answers he's sister night. Acquired the information from a second interrogation which I was not there to witness the outcome of that said interrogation and she makes a point to almost shine dow on him. Like you weren't there for the rate he say no Ma'am I wasn't But yeah it seemed like we got a lot more this episode in the first two. Yeah this was just great great for building the world now. Here's something Ironic K.. So once he my parents today and my mom growing up would always seeing delake. My brother and I up. It's a beautiful moment morning from Oklahoma. But she would sing it horribly to annoy us so for some reason today. She's exciting Oklahoma but she was seeing the saw about judd and judd dying and. I'm like like really ironic. MOM The you're seeing this right now. No this like I'm GonNa go watch this episode talk to my friend later so but wow just kind of you just can't weird creepy but Perry very interesting But yeah just out of everything else seemed to come together. But I'm just like what is Adrian. Blake doing yeah. Fi is it almost seems like he's he's trying to create an environmental suit as he can like try had a beam himself the Mars or something. Yeah it's GonNa try to go to Mars or as he stuck on Mars or something that we don't realize Um You know like is he somewhere there you go that we don't know how that would make more sense if he's trying to escape because I was like if he's trying to get the Mars Mike. What what's He? What do you think he's GonNa get from Dr Manhattan? Yeah I mean. I don't know it's very. It's very interesting. Oh put the oh I mean they could go so many ways with this. I'm just mean the whole member in the first episode when it's raining squids and stuff like what if the whole Earth it was like after Adrian put his crap at the end. The watchman what if like the whole earth is like somewhere else how be awesome or earth. Whatever there's there's so many different little things that it could be in on this? I don't know I'm excited. Because I mean when they showed that quick flash on TV of Dr Manhattan atten like the first episode on Mars. What if he's trying to work on a way to bring like earth back thought killing everybody? Maybe maybe you know it just. I feel like there's a lot of waist things could go and you know I just. I want some sort of clarity with fight. Some sort of what exactly. He is going on here because I just I don't know I feel like there's a lot of ways you could go. They could keep this secondary narrative going and I almost wish so. Oh right now if you think about. We didn't get a part of our weekly episode If you think about it like with the the this show we've been watching pieces of hooded justice story. Oh yeah yeah all those really only last episode Older weakening they were they. Were kind of building it up. It's how I felt like a right. You know coming soon hood just I guess it was. I mean it. It was a lot of lorry so I mean because we didn't get Angela's grandfather either didn't see where he he went on. He got off to you know after yeah and I mean so it it was. It was fine I just I just kinda thought. It was kind of neat having that comic book in it or whatever kind of the way that the book plays out. Oh yeah but I don't know it's interesting. Yes and at the end. She almost killed by space. John Yes because it's a playoff her little story about you. Know where basically Ozzy Mendez Doctor Manhattan. Tonight I'll go to heaven and they're all sent the hell and she's supposed to be the girl in her story and the brick comes down and kill skied in basis concept brick dropping down on in her she just laughs. I love that seen her sitting in front of that picture of the watchman you know like her head was like infers spot there. That was a great shot. Oh you mean you're not. You're not a huge fan of the scene. where she pulled out the doctor Manhattan adult toy and assembles it and then decides dope to go find her Co Aging Aj. Oh it might have missed that. That's what that briefcase thing. That she pulled out was always took it the way it was shaped and she was holding it and and then the next thing we know like it's her waking up in bed next to her Koiji okay. I'm this way. was that okay. Yeah Okay Okay okay. I didn't even I mean I didn't even get that Laurean. That was somebody I at first. I thought it was What's his Judge y forever but maybe I just missed missed the whole I you know I was kind of in and out. So Oh what a totally unrelated topic. I guess Charlie must have been listening to the last alleged to the verse episode Lil Financial Data. And we're talking about tyler. Haukeland Superman. Yeah and we just kept calling him tyler. Charlie's like every time you love keep mentioning. Can you know tyler playing superman. He's like all. I can picture as zero r tyler in that role good I like that. Yes yes I would very much so Yeah what I wanted to join you. In Loath not conversation but it was just. It was hard because we had Wifi Wifi in the hotel but lay it wasn't fair reliable. Hey this one that's all. I had this Wednesday if you want but yeah that is just so weird. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have a superman man you know. Play by guy named Tyler. I'm like what's next. You know. Some guy come guy playing baton ending. Fill that I mean Dow be awesome might do like Herman so they fill parish. We want you to play a night wing beyond when these old Mandak in the chair. Alright I do it people that he just called me an old them You it's acting fill. You can put on makeup and look order the beauty of it coming old Grayson. Oh Yeah but Are I mean. I'm intrigued by this. This series because I felt every episode like there's things that we learned about that builds upon stuff that goes nowhere Yano but for example. Like the The lady who typewriting in the last episode of the German propaganda that fliers got dropped. You know we understand why the fliers it got drop. It's like they give little bits more of characters and things. I kind of liked this episode. Because it's like we still got Angela and everything but we kind of got it from another perspective through Laurie yet. I like to like I said ties back to the original it also. It helped fill us in a more about the world in which this watchman exists you know that the fact that this was a thing that they started in Tulsa that's catching on and other departments in cities and states wants to do the same thing with their police force I still think that red stairs costumes ridiculously awfully stupid and cheap. It's just read read warm ups with a Red Ski mask. I guess it just depends how much money you want to spend. I you know I I mean Monday ruin puts money in the new it like sister night Mr Nights to straight up sweet thing. She's rolling looking glass's basically I said before he is the Modern Day Rohrschack. I Love I love Lori just like you know like looking at his math like Amir check it. She's like your your faces Amir Air people are gonNA use it. She was she was so her father daughter and his episode. I felt me. That's that's what she's just kind of become. You know after after learning it if you think. About the end of watchmen. She learns that Eddie Blake is her father. Oh Yeah so then that would open up a whole new way of her looking at the comedian and and wanting to go back so it was. It would be very interesting to see what she thought about her father after that. Yeah Yeah speaking of Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Are you still watching walking dead man. I'm so far behind. Oh my Lord you gotTa Catch Up. Last night was a big megan episode tall. Cut It you got to watch it a saga a really loved it. I mean Jeffrey Dean Morgan in everything. I've seen him in in the prompt. The walking dead was I can only watch it when there's nope nobody around. Janine doesn't like it and everything so they got harder for me. Because you know used to be there'd be times where about myself I can watch it but now myself the kids are around. Yeah and Solomon's old enough to pay attention to things yeah. CDN y'all wants to watch one. That's like our our one of our shows. So Yeah Heasley. That's that's why I'm not watching. This live on Sunday nights usually after we put him to bed at nine. The Watch watch that yeah I mean like this. She's interested enough the show. Watch it with me. But she's not like. Oh we have to watch watchmen together so I started watching it last night. Geneva's just the children with me be a walking dead's on my own and I never have alone time so last time I had the last series that I kind of watched by myself That she watched sheet up washing part of it with me just because I was watching it was I. I've binged the haunting of Hill House season. One which was great great weight. I I love every episode into the last one I fell. Get it it faltered at the end. But what are you GONNA do But I mean watchman's with sears when it's over I would like to re-watch it straight. Yes his I feel like. This is some series stories. Like I don't mind the wait for each week. But some shows like I would like to binge watches because they're so tightly done That the the A gap of the week you missed details or forget things And that's what I feel like with. This shows are things you might notice where things are gonNA come back up in a later episode odd totally forgot about that own. The older. Laurie played by Jean smarts. I mean very well done for very a good did you. Did you ever watch legion. Probably not No she was good in that yet. I mean you've really got to be a marvel fan. I mean that's like a spin off of an x men spinoff. It's just it's very tricky but it is good. Was it like three wife. I thought about but man. I'm just there's just too much. Yeah Yeah I mean it's done now but it was like three or four seasons is really good though shoes in that she was also in remember can't remember figured out the looking up right. Now she was killed by Space Jong Doctrine at and space junk Oh my Lord. I was just waiting for that line. You know so he does some kind of you know the suicide bombers is like you know swing for him to be like you know what I've up stood up the doctor Manhattan Space Junk. You think bombs GonNa scare me. Yeah look down the barrel of that Blue Gun. And I'm still standing loom I'm just looking at her. IMDB actresses that if senior face. I've seen a lot of stuff. She's in doesn't mean that she was the main caterer talk popped out at me but just she's a lot of stuff That I've seen but I'm every Oh she she was in voiced. Helen Bench rinks then tricks and Batman the animated series. But I am intrigued by this show. I I wasn't sure like I would say that. This episode renewed my desire to watch the show more in like more pay more attention to it. Oh yes just so you know I was Kinda like man other okay. I'm digging this show but I'm not really hooked yet it's kind of That was the Shasha I remember. My grandma used to watch designing women but I knew any poss- was in it but designing yeah. I thought I could not remember the name of the show but yeah that's where I know her from. Yeah I mean I. I really didn't watch the show. But Highness or the yeah no she. I know she was on there but it was one of those shows like you go to Grandma's Moss House and my great grandma would have they wash designing women Walker Texas Ranger touched by an angel. You know all those type of shows. CVS lineup yeah. Ah Yeah so like they. They were definitely so I knew of its existence splinter. That's why senior from but I mean she did a really good job. I mean this I mean you could buy at hi. This is Laurie thirty years later. And you know I think especially since you know we we already covered. The soaks before watchmen Silk Spectre series. I think it's it's good that these worried like look at this whole situation through because I think more so than I think any of them she was probably like the most normal person yes even light our any of them. Yeah I mean even though she was the daughter of a hero and everything. Yeah I think she you know even been there like nine hour on the tried and stuff I think she was like the Jews to most normal she strove for like an normal life weren't any well she didn't want it. You know Rohrschack Didier. Yeah a sense of obligation night out. Wanted out of a superhero kind of fantasy grew up with she was it was forced upon her from her mom but it was actually technically a legacy character and the sense of that she came from two of the two of the you know Super Heroes. You know Dan was kind of a legacy character. Oh yeah taking on the mantle of night al basically two and she was silk spectre too. Yeah so I'm Ah yes so. I'm assuming at night album prison because like I said he had senator said something by. Oh the president president compartment. Anyone he get that you're out of the cage we meanwhile there there's an actual allen the cage but yeah it was definitely nice little undertone because we don't. There's nothing about Dan dropped. Yeah I just wonder if like Jay got arrested for you know wearing the suit and stuff and maybe that's part of the reason she's you know she's angry at cost him you know because she's mad at him for you know getting getting arrested. We'll be in with her. We don't know at all was in rush X.. Journal we know that the last intrigued with him a night night outgoing to fights true to stop him and sand and say even the whole things in the journal. Are People going to believe him. It's one of those conspiracy things where exact some people believe it. Some don't his WHO Rohrschack was We know that Adrienne came out. And everyone knew that. Adrian vite was Ozzie Mendez. But you know no one ever really knew who am I. Dow and again in our people going to believe a psychopath Rohrschack who was arrested. And you know basically you know mental life or Adrian fights who ran like you know was it was the biggest company in the world or one of the biggest companies in the world by International. Yeah we also learned that fight sold his company or was bought out there. So that's intriguing and keep the peace. I mean no one I I mean I mean worship died but the rest of them were which keep invite secret. That's kind of why I think Lori is the way that she is. She's got mixed emotions and she's it's all wrapped up and she doesn't know how to deal with a open at like your theory. That maybe thought maybe Dr Manhattan somehow imprisoning fight. Because maybe he's like. Oh yeah you're not but you're not gonNA get away with killing millions of people. It would be interesting. I mean it would be interesting. He's he's somewhere you know he just like a like an environmental orbital job on. Moore's somewhere exactly you know it would kind of make sense I said the way that the game warden is kind of ill. He had a mask on the he was in the back. He could be a Phillips Clone He could be anything. I mean Dr Manhattan can pretty much create you know. And explains why there's just repetitive Mr Phillips ups and Shanks Oh yeah because I I was thinking maybe You know vite was created in these clones. Maybe it's maybe it's Dr Manhattan creating clones right. 'cause I mean there's nothing that shows. He has any kind of laboratory equipment. Because I don't know about it out of curiosity or just to keep the punishment going his key he wants to keep fight alive or it keeps making a loop. That's why every day they have A. He's jolly good fellow like todd like he's really elite. Living the same stuff over and over and groundhog day can so all. It's it's a prison of his own making you know Smartest man in the world. And he's like yeah I'll give you the memory. He will release the same day over and over but no matter how much you do no matter what you try to change. Change never going to escape. His said vite disappeared like so many years ago. What if Dr Manhattan disliked took him after something? I don't know just some I don't think about something to roll around your head. Oh I like that line washed the next episode completely obliterate that but whatever. That's all right. I like I like that idea a better anyway. I think it would be more spectacle than just. He's on like a remote place like it just feels awkward wherever he is because seriously who else is going to imprison the smartest man in the world. Yeah like the thing is like why would you believe by has the. He has the charm and charisma to to protect himself so Oregon outsmart anybody but I mean document Hatton can see past present future exactly but that's what I'm going with any other thoughts fill in this episode though you much think about I'll be. I'm kind of in that mood like I dropped a big terminator conspiracy theory on my friend and he's like blown away as he watches all the movies. He's I'm like. Yeah so kind of in that deep thought right now jumping on his theories on me feel like I'm in a room with another Charlie Esser Charlie Charlie s from the DC. You're you're still the comic book God Phil We. Can't that from you. If I'm like man what does it ever happen. The comics on my I duNno was Ashville. Oh Lord I'd say I can't be. Yeah it's funny because I knew the One lady Charleena's youngest were having a conversation. His son asked the MA something about reverse flash. 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Big Blue Big Board: Sounding the Kyler Murray Alarm
"Uh-huh. Hello and welcome to the big big void podcast. I am Dan Zuta. Join tear by Chris flung? And we are coming to you owe little after it's apparently now the happening that Keiler Murray is expected to declare for the draft. This is something that was not really expected for most of the season. But why he's late on Wednesday night. It was reported that the as are just kind of bracing for Murray to declare in the draft. So we were going to do position preview, but because of this news because of also some things that are happening with Wayne Haskins. Are we're going to talk a little bit about those two guys and the quarterbacks at the top of the draft. And what all of this might mean for everything going around with the giants might do what's going to happen with quarterbacks? So this kind of completely change what we're going to do and. I think quarterback is a pretty pretty important thing to talk about who you ready to talk some more quarterbacks. Chris. Yeah. You know, I I guess we better be ready to talk about him. So I think the big thing right now is the Cuyler Murdy a situation. He was drafted by the Oakland A's before the season. They said sure you can play your one year at Oklahoma. And that year ends up being really good. He wins the Heisman. And then there were into so rumors. He he wanted to play football. But there was still all indications. He was still going to go play baseball. And now it seems like the as expecting him to declare for the NFL draft. And there's some talk about where he might go. It's been reported some GM's do expect him to go in the first round. Eric Geico of optimum scouting said his prediction is he gets drafted higher in the NFL draft than he did in the MLB draft. And he went ninth in the draft. So that wouldn't put him as as a top ten pick. And this is something I think not a lot of people were expecting. We're talking about this quarterback class of not being great and not having a lot of high end talent. But now all of a sudden if Murdy gets thrown into the mix there along with Haskins, and that might be to potential top ten picks. And this is this really throws everything for Luke because I was absolutely expecting him to kind of wistfully say, yeah, I'd love to I'd love to play football. But I'm going to stick with baseball. Because he's a really good baseball player too. And. I could see the or at the time. I thought the NFL would come back to him and say sorry kid too, small Gacy's listed at five ten hundred ninety five pounds. Right. Nippy is listen if I've Ted he is not five ten. Yeah. But the NFL is changing in the NFL is changing rapidly. So I think maybe some people took a look at what Baker Mayfield did this year. And then took a look at D, frankly, stupid numbers Murray, put up at Oklahoma and said, you know, what we can do some of those things we can look at his games and install some of those concepts. Yeah, we'll put I wrong great on you. And that was enough to convince him, you know, what maybe I'll give this thing shot. Yet. That's that's the interesting part because I'm not sure if Murray has his path to the NFL and probably more ways than one. If Baker Mayfield didn't happen. 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. So there's cardinals hired quiff Kingsbury as their head coach. And while he was at Texas Tech a last year, there's a video that has now come up of Kingsbury saying he would take cower Murray. First overall, of course, when he said that he did not think he would ever be in a position where he would be drafting Cutler Murray, I overall he was the head coach at Texas Tech. But now he's the head coach of the Zona cardinals who have the number one overall pick. Yeah. He is he finds himself in the rare position of basically getting to decide whether or not he wants to walk the walk on that. Because you know. What college coach hyping up in opponent wind up having the opportunity to act on that draft them just a few months later. And of course, there's another domino there because he also already has Josh Rosen on the roster. Yes, it kind of feels like this is when you when you see a friend you haven't seen in a long time. And you're like, yeah, we got to catch up and get one, and you have really no intention of ever catching up and getting lunch. You just kinda say that. And now, it's like a couple months later and net friend is texting you ask him if when you should get lunch. That's kind of what Kingsbury is in right now. So the cardinals do have Josh Rosen. I think Kingsbury was hired to help out Rosen because man, he need help situation. He was in was just so bad and per next stats. He threw into tight coverage on the twenty one point six percent. Of his pass attempts last season, which was the most among any quarterback. And I think we've explained on this podcast throwing into tight windows at I rate is very bad at the lower yards per attempt. It's higher interception. Rates lower touchdown rates over completion rates, basically any negative thing. You could have throwing the ball throwing into tight windows increases that probability. There was no offensive line. There was a bad offense of line to start. And then like literally everyone got hurt they had like five backups at one point the so Kingsbury was really brought into hopefully open up that passing game. So now with the thing with with Murray and the video of Kingsbury saying he would draft Murray. I overall there's now the speculation that could happen and Rosen a with the possibly be traded. I think Adam Schefter said that's not impossible. I believe later in the day. Ian Rapoport at NFL network said he had spoken with people in Arizona said absolutely not going to happen. But I mean with with Rosen on the block that's something that might interested giants. You could be looking for a quarterback. I think the problem there is I know some people were saying that the giants had interest in Rosen pre-draft last year. But if he's someone they weren't interested in taking it number two. It doesn't make a lot of sense that they would pony up possibly more to get him. Now know that is a scenario which. Will. I don't wanna say it's not going to happen because that almost guarantees would happen. Just so the universe can make me look dope. But we'll say it's possible. But extremely unlikely. I don't think the giants would trade four Josh Rosen because even though he had a really bad year. He's still a highly drafted quarterback on a rookie deal. They're valuable and if the cardinals did wind up taking. Cuyler murray. They would be able to get a significant return for Josh Rosen, which is what they should absolutely do because that would be resources they could pour back into their team. Fortify that offensive line in front of Marie and maybe get him a weapon or two. Yeah. If that were to be the case grows in would be more expensive overall than than the second pick last year. It would probably cost the giants at least the sixth overall pick this year and probably something else from a resource standpoint. That does not make a lot of sense for the giants to do. Although nothing the giants have done from a resource standpoint has really made sense with what they do with their draft picks. So maybe they would. But I don't even see that scenario the together. No, I maybe the more interesting side of it would be if another team that needs a quarterback works trade for Rosen, which would take away a potential competitor for Dwayne Haskins. If that's the direction giants act want to go. I think what the cardinals are doing right now is they are setting a pretty good market for. The first overall pick the which whether someone likes very or likes Haskins, they could get a ransom now, especially because I think two guys now I think also helps them where someone I think could want to want to move up into that spot to get whichever quarterback they like more. And when you look at what you Murray and Haskins bring to the table. I really do think both of those guys would be worth those high picks in the Strath. Yeah. I I would be. Completely stunned. If the giants were to draft Cuyler Murray because he is basically the complete opposite of what Dave Gettleman typically looks for in a player. He is short. He is not stout. Things a decent way to put it. He is a an athletic dual threat quarterback who thrives in a wide. Open spread option offense of system. I just if the giants were to draft him one. I would either assume somebody slipped some sort of mind altering substance into cattlemans drink or something had happened. Where cattleman is no longer the giants general manager come draft night. Yeah. I would say Murray is not likely fit into. Whatever prototype. The giants believe a quarterback is should be. But I think we can continue to talk about it because it is something they should consider. I don't believe they will which is not fun when we're going to be evaluating these quarterbacks you're looking at probably two of the best quarterbacks in this class that the giants just might not consider at all. So I think we can go into what they bring to the table little bit. Because I think there's there's a lot about Murray and say these this wide open offense, and whatever. But like you said there is still NFL throws in there. And he has still shown things that he can do that should translate to the next level. So if we just look at at the numbers overall so Murray, I think we've we've talked about marginal efficiency little bit on this. It's something Bill. Connolly of Espy nation has done football study hall. And it's basically just success rate above the expectation. So compared to what you would expect against certain defenses. So Murray had of fourteen point seven percent, marginal efficiency was mean, fourteen point seven percent better than what you would expect and among the quarterbacks who are going to be in the strap class. And again, we don't exactly know if Murray is, but we're going to talk like he is. But that's easily the highest in this group Dwayne Haskins is number two at twelve point eight point out will Greer who were not going to talk about. But we'll talk about leaders at twelve point four those three guys ten percent of men Murdy just really good. He's not someone who really got a lot of easy completions eight point seven one air yards per completion. Which is the second highest among like the fourteen quarterbacks that that are really going to matter fourteen or not gonna matter, but that's probably who were going to consider the. Class actually sorry that is the highest. He's the only one of two above eight. So fifty two percent of his passing yards came through the air. That's that's not a bad percentage. Eleven point one percent touchdown rate. He was on target on eighty point six percent of his passes per sports, info solutions only will Greer was higher at eighty one point four of this group and only Dwayne Haskins at eighty point five percent was the other quarterback over eighty percent. So this is this is a guy who was able to make a lot of throws in that Oklahoma offense that should be able to translate. Oh, definitely. And that was one of the kind of under the radar things. I really liked about Baker Mayfield last year was how many NFL throws. He not only made but made well in that Oklahoma offense it. Didn't look like an NFL offense. But. There are an NFL concepts within the offense. And the fact that Murray ran it. So well is a good sign for him translating to the NFL now I again, I was completely expecting him to wind up being a baseball player. So I haven't really I've watched him. I haven't studied him. So I don't I don't wanna say that he is as good a thrower or as good a passer. I should say as Baker was because baby wasn't just accurate. He was precise. He was able to put the ball not just on target. But specifically within receivers catch radius where he wanted to set him up for the most yards after the catch or keep the ball as far away from defender as possible. I don't know if Marie is has that same precision. But that's something going to find out in short order. Time start doing homework on him yet. That is absolutely something you were going to have to look at whether you know what? The difference between Murray and Mayfield in that offense. So I said person solutions Murray was on target for overpasses on eighty point six percent of his attempts. Then so sports solutions elast year. Baker Mayfield was on target at eighty one point five percent of his attempt. So that's close Mayfield up. A widow more than put over eighty is is great as we see in. These other quarterbacks is only three guys in this class who were eighty you have a couple of guys hovering around seventy six seventy five. So you can see I think burry does have that accuracy that can translate. I mean eleven point six yards per attempt. Like, that's insane. A Demaria whether we adjusted yards per tempt, which is has been proven to be a pretty good indicator of translatable success, and that's yards per attempt that factors in touchdowns. Knitter? Exceptions Baker Mayfield was the first in that last year was that this year. So these are these are all things that he's he's pretty accurate to all parts of the field. So I quickly tried to break down some of these things from one to ten yards past the line of scrimmage was on target eighty nine point one percent of time from eleven to twenty yards that was seventy eight point three and from twenty one. Plus that was sixty eight point nine to all three of those numbers actually better than Dwayne Haskins. Who I also really like end graded out very well who also has very good on target numbers. So I think I think the more we look into Murray and the more we seriously considered him as an NFL prospect. I think the better he might look. Oh, yeah. I think the only thing that might give people some pause is his frame and just whether or not he can withstand the kind of the rigors of the NFL. He didn't take a whole lot of sacks especially considering as often as he ran. And if he it wouldn't surprise me if he comes into the NF Okon combine at about two hundred pounds. Which is definitely small for quarterback. Although it's that's also only four pounds lighter than Russell Wilson was. So if he does measure at five ten two hundred pounds that's only a little bit smaller than Russell Wilson. And he's held held up. Okay. Yeah. Yes. It's the emerging less year. Only four point six percents sacree. That's fine. It's not the wheat is guys in some more quick hitting pass heavy offenses like Guardmen Minhsiu who was at one point nine or July at two point nine Haskins was three point six put it's better than we'll Greer who had to five point seven percent sacree. So very I think was able to to avoid those hits. And he was he was a really good runner, and that is not a negative. Please. Don't let anyone tell you that a mobile quarterback is or having mobility as a quarterback is a negative. I know Phil Simms was out there. The other day tweeting that how many of these mobile quarterbacks giving up big passing plays to run. I know this is a giants podcast. There's a lot of people who have positive feelings of Phil Simms as a quarterback. But I don't think his feelings have changed since he played quarterback. So I'm not sure if he's like the best guy to be talking about modern. Offenses or right now because mobility for quarterbacks and rushing ability in burning ability is a positive to sports info solutions there were sixty six players just players in general who had we sixty five rushing attempts in twenty eighteen during the regular season seven of the top nine I down rates. So the percentage of rushing attempts. That went for a first down belonged to quarterbacks at seven of the top nine of sixty six players. New quarterback rushing is a great thing age usually gives you an extra guy on offense. Usually when you have a running player any offensive play. There's eleven guys on defense against ten guys on offense because the quarterback is just not in the equation. But when you can add the quarterback that's another guy that defense has to account for. So having a guy like Murray who was a very efficient runner. So one hundred twenty two. Che's one thousand one hundred ten yards on the ground. That's nine point one yards per tenth. He had twelve touchdowns and only had two fumbles and dense very efficient. That is a great way to move the ball on offense, especially for these people who think establishing the run is the thing. So why would you also not think quarterback running is good that? I just don't understand new quarterback running is more successful and more efficient than running back running. So having a guy like Murray is just an added element to an offense that is going to help his game greatly. And if you could again this is venturing into fantasy land not fantasy football land. Just wis wishful thinking land if you could add that kind of. Running and passing officiency and his scoring officiency fifty four total touchdowns last year to what saquon Barkley is able to do and what Beckham is able to do and what they finally figured out over the last four weeks. Whatever Ingram is able to do. That is suddenly a terrifying offense. If you could have somebody who could maybe combined the best traits of Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson with those offense of weapons. It's one of those his probably not going to happen. But wishful thinking that could be absently terrifying. For a defense yet. Just imagine on like a third down or in the red zone of a defense trying to defend a read option with Cuyler Murray and saquon Barkley, I'm not sure how could be possible. You you guess wrong. Almost all of the time. If there's one upside to it the giants defense might suddenly be able to defend a read option because they could see it run competently in practice yet. It's something you could practice against. That's who I think that's something. Tony Jefferson said before Baltimore played the chargers in the playoffs. He was like we're glad we only have to practice against the mar- Jackson. We don't have to play him. Of course. The chargers figured out a way to slow down a, but I think right now, and I'm someone who likes Lamar Jackson a lot. I still do. I think Murray is a better thrower than the more was at this point. And I think he's just about as good of a runner so that is very positive in. So when you when you add that when you get someone who has that added a Bill when you who can throw downfield. So again on. On passan's that came twenty one or more yards past the line of scrimmage berry was on target on sixty eight point nine percent of those that had eleven touchdowns four interceptions. That is that's excellent to manning this year. Fifty six point four percent of his passes were on target on passes twenty one or more yards down the field in the air. Those numbers aren't going to match up because it's a little harder to pass downfield in the NFL. But you have someone who has that ability. So I think we're we're talking this up and giving now a more excited about the prospect of cobbler Mary being a giant than it was when we started here, although I think the realistic probability of that is is not as high as my excitement level is the, but I think this can only be a positive thing for the giants. Now that there's two quarterbacks that could be highly drafted. So I you would hope. Maybe you like one of those guys the end, and they should if they don't make one of them. I think they're they both go into differing types of prospects. The Haskins is six three to twenty. He's a good a pocket quarterback. He's not a guy who runs a lot. We had a fifty nine rushes for two hundred fifteen yards for a high state this season. So he is he is a pocket passer who's a bigger guy who can throw and then you have Murray who's the smaller more athletic guy. Who's a little more dynamic was. So I can't imagine how you wouldn't like one of them because one of them has to be the type of quarterback you like a, but also we have no idea if they're gonna sue Sisley consider a quarterback though where they're picking. Yeah. I know I think we have found out now that Dwayne Haskins who if we're being realistic is of the two probably the one the giants would pick. If. They were going to pick a quarterback and both were available. They would probably pick twin Haskins. He is certainly hoping that. They are looking for a quarterback in would pick him because it's. Kind of come to light over less that he grew up a pretty big giants fan. It's not just a good quarterback prospect. He. Is a fan of the team fan of the franchise, which is interesting. Yeah. He has has made it known. He would prefer to get drafted by the giant. So he tweeted out the other night, it has since been deleted. But it was of him Photoshop in a giants uniform. The only problem with that one was the giants have sense have retired number seven. So he'd have to be he couldn't wear that number seven. But yes, one widow inaccuracy there. But I think he'd be okay, picking another number. But yeah, he's someone who does apparently has made it publicly known. He would not mind being drafted by the giants. Although it was pointed out after he in his Instagram story, there were some other Photoshop of him in other uniforms. But as it was suggested to me on Twitter tweeting out the giants picture is kind of like how Facebook official. Used to be in relationships. He made the giants on Twitter. So he's also someone that the giants should look at if they're looking at a quarterback. He's a good pocket passer. Go sacri he was also very efficient in college. I think he has the ability to translate all of those things he did into an NFL system. I think in we can hope that this is good news for a possible path for the giants to the book at quarterback early this year. And I don't know I think maybe it's possible that with Murdy the venture declaring or the feeling is he's going to declare will get that answer next week because underclassmen have to declare by the fourteenth. So that in a couple of days, we'll know whether he's going to officially declare or not hopefully, he doesn't officially do that between the time. We've record this time we post it, which would be a very fitting. Thing for him to do and totally on brand for us. Yeah. It more fitting down for us that had actually nothing to do with Murray. That would just be how how it works for us Haskins officially declared right after we finished recording. Our review show. So yeah. Yeah. And then I think just the other day on big dot com. We did a big kind of group chat on on the first wave of head coach hirings. And I think like the second we posted that everyone else got hired. So yeah. That would be totally fitting. But I think with two guys right now that that gives the giants a chance to have someone day like at at quarterback, and at maybe now the competition for if there was competition for Haskins maybe that shifts over to Murray as so I think there's there's more options for the giants quarterback now. And I think that's good as long as they want there to be more options quarterback which time will tell if they do. Yeah. Now things get really interesting if. Alight manning decides to hang up and it really forces the giants hand, but we're nowhere near that point yet. Yeah. They I mean, we're still early. We're still here in in the middle of January. So there's there's a lot that's going to be going on. And we're going to continue tracking it and talking about whatever shifts in this dynamic come up at this was a major curve ball that we were thrown. And but I think I think it's a good thing. So we'll we'll continue following up on. What does should again be an interesting off season with quarterbacks. We thought it was last year. I kind of turned into nothing, but maybe it will be again this year. And now, it's it's more interesting than it was last week. I think were more interesting than it was yesterday two days ago in the beginning of the week. So I think we can end this show. Oh, there we are going to get back to positional previews in next week. I think we only have two left by the receiver and running back. So we are going to get to those. And then and then it's onto the senior bowl, which is going to happen at the end of the month. So we'll be talking a lot about what's going on there. Because that's that's a couple other all star games. But the senior bowl was is usually the big one that gets a lot of attention. So we'll be talking about that. So you can subscribe to this podcast wherever you get your podcast. 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16: Dauntless, Dead Cells and Call of Duty Modern Warfare
"The welcome to this week in Video Games episode sixteen my name's Tom Kershaw and this podcast all about the world of video games so this week I've been playing dauntless and dead cells and I'll be reviewing those games in the news this week. The sonic movie has been delayed. The New Cobra of duties name Valve looked released a standalone data to author Jess and League of Legends Mobile Than Development Jam packed show. Let's get into it. Well welcome to the show everyone. I hope you're well and you're having a good week now. I'm good this week. I've been on my travels again spent most of my week up in Glasgow. I've had some good time this week to catch up with some gaming so get into that in the what I've been playing section of the podcast so this week dauntless came out on all platforms out of Beta and released least with full cross play so dove into that having played and enjoyed Monsanto World last year was keen to see what this is like also dead sales dropped their D._o.. See the rise of the giant content and I miss dead sales back in two thousand eighteen by kept seeing on everyone's top of the year list at the end of the year so I always wants to go back and play and with the new deal see coming out this week. It was the perfect time to jump in so I did that and definitely wasn't disappointed. One of the reasons I started this podcast was to play a wider range of games so before I played destiny quite a lot and maybe some of the new triple eight games were out and some of the big Nintendo hitters however this podcast cost giving me the motivation to play many other types of games and dead cells is a great example of something I wanted to play for some time but didn't get to it so with that said let's jump into my review of dauntless the behemoth threat blooms from beyond the horizon to stand against it each of us master and recruit alike choose our own talk whatever it is you sick every hunt offers the chance to earn glory trophies or at least the battle Scar Ramsgate out post at the edge of the world has become our home and as long as we drop rack it will not we have learned to turn the behemoths unique lethal power back against them do it in style. The behemoths are changing evolving and so we forged new bonds together one hunt hunt at a time on the edge of every moment slayer so dauntless is a free to play action R._P._G.. Gee Developed by Phoenix Labs is a game where you take on behemoths tightening down with friends and collect the loot they drop to make better weapons and armor so dauntless is set in a fancy world where a cataclysmic event has taken place and torn apart the world releasing behemoths the huge beasts preying on the surviving humans and it's our job as slayers to take them down to players can take on behemoth solo or in a team of up to four players so when he first up the game you create a character and there's lows of options to choose from the game has a cartoon aesthetic much like fortnight so if you like that style then you're going to like this game. The aim of the game is to hunt and take down behemoths battles can range from a few minutes to up to thirty minutes so be prepared to chip away at their health and Dodge and roll to eventually take them down so there's a number of behemoth classes including Blaze Frost Shock Terror Neutral Umbro and radiant and as you bow behemoths they become damaged with parts falling off as they get weakened so when they take a significant amount of damage they can become enraged and and this is indicated by quick bursts of ether in sphere around the behemoth as well as glow from their body and there is so when they're enraged they deal a whole lot loaded more damage and attack faster or they might even change their attack patterns so takedown behemoths you collect their parts and you can use them to make customize weapons and armor to decorate your slayer showing trophies of your battle and also making you more effective in battles against similar behemoths so while now you can personalize your slayers look you can also master certain types of weapons. It's been dauntless. You got the sword the axe the repeater wore pike chain blades and the hammer and each weapon type can deal different damage to the behemoths and their body parts and it's always a good idea to balance your party of slayers with different weapons and damage types so for example the axe the sword and the chain blades sever and break behemoth parts whereas the hammer deals CEOS high staggered damage in terms of damage types slashing it was part damaged unbroken parts of the behemoth and the only attacks capable of cutting tiles and breaking horns slashing includes the axe chain Blades Austin repeaters and the swords blunt damage is used for knocking down behemoth with high stagger damage and that comes from the hammers and then finally got pissing damage which comes from war Pike's weapons can take on elemental types to from collected elemental mental behemoth parts and you can fuse with Blaze Shock Frost umbral and radiant elements into your weapons making them stronger against behemoths of that opposing element so for example. If you're fighting an ice behemoth then the a blaze element is going to be super effective against that said rather than traditional. R._P._G.'s progression doesn't come through X. P. but it comes through upgrading armor and gear so you start out with star set of gear farm behemoth he must collect their parts to cross better weapons and gear to take on tougher behemoths and so the cycle continues you can pop up with friends and guilds to take on behemoths and this is probably the best way to play dauntless hanging out with friends and Sharon. The Louis Gather is great fun so Phoenix Labs have been great adding seasonal events as well during Christmas. There was snow all over Ramsgate which is your base of operations and in spring. There's been cherry blossoms as part of the current Japanese theme season so the game is free to play though the hunt pass has been introduced at a small cost. There's fifty levels to climb and there's a base path and an elite path which allows you to get more gear and weapons and so each season has thing and this season has a Japanese Ninja thing outside of the Hump Pass. There's a whole host of cosmetic items to make your sleigh look even better and it's a similar mode to the likes of fortnight in apex legends is and things like that where the base game is free to play. If you WANNA throw some money at the developers you can really awesome. Feature of dauntless is the cross play functionalities players on P._C. P._S.. Four and Xbox one can all play together from the very. RESTARAUNT SO Phoenix lab stated they wanted a one dauntless platform and they managed to get over the barriers that other games haven't managed to break down and it could be something to do with the partnership with epic games as their featured on the EPA game store and they've managed to have some success previously with four nine getting across play on all platforms so the cross play is going to be a huge events for the game and combined with the free to play features. I predict this is going to be absolutely absolutely huge and it's really funny. When I was playing I was trying to get in and I was put into a queue and it said you are in a cube six thousand people which just goes to show that this week the launch has been super successful the games been beater for a a year allowing the developers to tweak and Choon the game and this really shows and the game is really inefficient tastic state for new plans? Overall dauntless is a fun action R._P._G.. Hunting game with loads of great content from the start and the thing is the games free you can just jump in and try out so I recommend if you if you like what you hear. Maybe you tried monster onto world last year and you want something new to kind of get into it's free so just hop on your playstation your xbox or your P._c.. And download it and give it a go. I mean if you don't like it then. You haven't lost anything. There's a depth to the weapons and the master in the game that provides you with a satisfying gameplay loop and playing with friends makes the game even better and there's a huge wide range behemoths at launch the game on all platforms and they've made it super easy to get up and running really fast so the game was developed by Phoenix Labs and published by epic Games as I said is available N._P._S.. For xbox One and P._C.. And it was released on the twenty first of May Twenty nineteen and we gave it a final score of eighty six one hundred so what do you think of dauntless. Have you been playing since Beta and what do you think the cross play features send in your comments in your stories to podcast this week in video games dot com and let me know what you think right. That's if dauntless next up is dead cells and my long overdue review of the Game Uh 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 and unique mobs fuel builds once you have them any fat surface is an opportunity to build you can team up with friends to create amazing builds on build plates and place them in the real world to explore a life size and you can even put your survival skills to test in the bowel mobs R._l.. Craft new items breed mobs grow crops ABC's Minecraft as you know it in a way never seen before and there's endless fun to be had and it's even with friends. We don't know too much about minecraft earth yet apart from this teaser trailer that monks of released. There wasn't too many details one thousand there so I'm sure as we get closer to E.. Three minecraft earth will be one of the things they're going to show off jam-packed he three months of this year so next up the riser the giant D._R._C. for dead. Sounds as we mentioned earlier in the review that has come to Nintendo switch so the big new Diaz evil dead cells was released on May the twenty third and is a new content update could rise of the giant so d._l._C. has been available for a pizza place since March over dead sounds fans on Nintendo switch have eagerly awaiting this update so it's got new arenas new bosses new enemies three new skills tenure weapons and skinning system and the skinning system announced plans is to change the look of the main protagonist by collecting blueprints so Nintendo fans of dead cells can celebrate the game is also going to mobile devices later in the summer so even more fans we had to play on the move and you can find a link to dead sales website which gives you a little bit more details about the D._R._c. and the upcoming stuff with dead cells. If you go to this week in video games dot com type in the search box riser the giant and you'll find a link to the dead cells website so next bungee whisper the worm in destiny to alongside other exotic weapons as well so pongy is announced. They're going to have some of the most popular exotics in the game in their latest update fans. This week kept Bungee so on the fourth of June. The season of opulence begins with a few changes are coming to popular weapons including whisper of the one whisper. The one is a popular sniper rifle and it's now been changed changed the perk white now put ammo from reserves rather than from thin air and whisper the one has arguably the best deep in the game and white now allow players too much fire infinitely as long as they got Chris shots so the Nursing Mirror is what happened in the original destiny when black hammer was nervous in a similar fashion and and the reserve and has been increased eighteen to compensate for this kind of funny because this whole thing this whole nursing thing happened in in destiny one and it's so weird that they released whisper the one again with the same perks and then a few months later. They're like out now. We're going to NERF IT so a little bit weird. They're bungee but we did enjoy whisper the worm while it was out so next up a sleeper similar that's also going to be left as well and that's going to reduce the bounce damage so sleep assimilate. It's an exotic Alenia fusion racial that can burn down enemies pretty fast so this one is a really popular one in gambit and now known precision shots caused less damage so that's a enough for sleep a stimulant there. The Lord evolves as well. That's an exotic shotgun and that's also going to be nerve by twenty percent in p._v._A.. It's released. The perk has been reduced. Another one is A._C.. Spades one of the most popular hand cannons in destiny to that's going to be affected and exotic armor also be tweet to mainly focusing armor that returned super energy for example the office rigs and the Phoenix Protocol Scarlet Dye and Kara Bungee failed. If someone on your team doesn't have these equipped than your team is at a disadvantage so the destiny community is less than pleased with the changes hinges as you can imagine and read it has been on fire and it's a shame because this only comes days after we got a great new secret mission outbreak perfected so a lot of changes. They're coming to the season of opulence in destiny Benito and we're going to find out more in the coming weeks as that new season kicks off on June. The fourth case next up in the news the division to raid was finally being on console and the Vision to raid was released nearly two weeks ago now to much fanfare and his players were excited to face some of the toughest in game content and fans. Perhaps weren't ready for how hard this challenge was in operation. Doucoure's P._C.. Plays the region about five hours however there were reports over last weekend that console players struggling against the G._p._S. heavy bosses console plan is finally beat the right about three days after release. Oh my goodness me leading to read poker players wanting to celebrate and Ubisoft replied in that read it post saying the raid is very much designed to be one of the toughest challenges yet in the history of the franchise is built around the idea of a well-coordinated teen with good communications that said Ray difficulty is certainly feedback that we've been looking at since the release of dark hours as not outside the realm of possibility that tweaks will be made moving forward and I think the Division Two team have actually come out since this report came out earlier in the week and said they're not gonNA change the rate the difficulty so is slightly strange the they said we're GonNa have a look at their feedback and that specific phrase is not outside the realm of possibility the tweaks will be made moving forward well it certainly we seem to the is outside the realm of possibility now but given that the vision two has done really well with in game content so far however that difficulty balanced maybe a little bit too far for this time on console players and it is a little bit strange range. The kind of it really matters what platform you're you're on. I think speed running teams now. I've got the right down to under thirty minutes or something absolutely crazy which is unbelievable but yeah and initially P._C.. Players took them five hours but it feels then start where for three days on console due to the you know the accuracy of the aiming and the mouse and keyboard paps. There's something for us soft Abbott at their in in the next reign the next up in the news valve. We're GONNA really stouter auto chess and so popular mater dotres getting his own dedicated release according to valve so don't auto chess is a strategic spinoff daughter. That's gained a huge fan base unlike its official car game artifact which flopped pretty hard though to auto chess is not jess or daughter is fast strategic and Focuses Fox's on automated battles between heroes from shared pool and the goal is to create combos between selected heroes whilst avoiding counters and Oh to auto chess has eight million subscribers in doe to steam workshop often having hundreds of thousands of concurrent players at the same time so valve update their community our blog post this week saying they'd flown out the mud teen from China to Valve H._Q.. To discuss collaborating on official dote version version of the game and valve said if you like axes spent much of the last six months playing daughter auto chess and if you followed valve closely over time you know what usually comes next will pay something we love to meet some of the people were inspired by and then figure out Y to work together in fact dove to to exist because a group of his here valve can stop playing their original MoD after we played the game roughly one billion times. It was pretty clear that we should reach the creators drought studio to start a conversation about working together and auto chess is one of the most popular games on steam and it makes sense of our to have a look at this and valve said they're going to be talking about more about auto chests and their release coming soon so next up the news with another one related to valve assassin's creed unity. The positive review bombing has been confusing valve race in the so foul been left a little bit confused and unsure what to do recently when a surge impulsive review bombing and assassin's creed unity so under normal circumstances review bombs would be negative and vows actions or the next steps would be quite clear here however things get a little bit muddy so assassin's creed unity was recently given given away for free by Ubisoft after the unfortunate fire notch dunk fedral in Paris so this prompted plans to leave a whole bunch of postive reviews on Stein Valve recently measures to prevent negative review bombing for example. Example when Metro Exodus was featured as an exclusive on the epic game store many folks came along to steam and left negative reviews so foul discussed the issue in a recent blow post and they said data wise it doesn't quite fit the pattern negative review bombs in the case of unity as a significant increase of actual players alongside the increase in reviews and this isn't necessarily the case with a typical off topic reviewable but to be clear we have seen negative review bombs uh-huh with that characteristic without reading the actual reviews. All the data here looks very much like a game on sale or saved and update is in a spike in players and many people have come to realize this fairly good correlation between play account and user reviews forget more players so you can get more reviews but we also went and read a large chunk of the reviews some reference not too damn all the giveaway but most just like standard reviews of a new player or player. That's returning to appropriately for a while ago. UBISOFT has released a significant update A._C. A._C.. Unity since launch and it appears that some of the plaza bounced off it launch have returned and found himself enjoying the game much more so it's not clear if it's a review bomb it certainly doesn't fit our original definition in the aimed at lowering the review you score section back in two thousand seventeen the communities terminology around review bombs and also focused on concerted negative efforts and it'd be nice to change that terminology something that doesn't imply postive or negative but that's up to the community community so it's really interesting topic there and not something that we've really seen the law as valve said in their blog posts mainly native reviews when things get review bombed but yet it's an interesting topic for vow was out how to prevent a review bombing in the foreseeable future so next up in the news we got League of LEGENDS MOBILE IS IN DEVELOPMENT and League of legends is one of the most popular games in the world and according to Reuters and mobile version is in development with riot games and the Chinese developers ten cent according to the article relations have been strained between the companies as discussions have been ongoing over the years apparently right games rejected tencent years ago ten cent and went on to develop about their own game honor of Kings in two thousand fifteen which went on to be one of the biggest grossing games in the world more recent D._R._C. Packs honor of kings haven't caught the eye of western audiences. Both companies have decided to come up with a new strategy League of Legends Mobile Parents in development however is unlikely to be released in two thousand nineteen so league of legends brought in one point four billion. That's billion in two thousand eighteen though that was down twenty one percent from two thousand seventeen a mobile version of League of legends would likely bring in more Asian players who tend to prefer more mobile games according to this report and fifty seven percent of video game revenue came from mobile in two thousand eighteen in the east whereas in the West only accounts for thirty six percent in the U._S.. Market so alice have warned that League of legends mobile could find it hard to find his place in a saturated market as honor of kings one hundred forty million players in March twenty nineteen so really interesting cresting news there and yeah it'll be interesting to see if legal veterans my comes out soon because it's it's taken the world by Storm League of legends over the years. It's being out and is more often than not the number one played game on twitch is either something coming this either bad or four-night they tend to kind of swap positions depending on the streamers who applying be interesting stuff and we'll see what right games and tencent come up within the feature so that's it for the news this week next up. Let's take you look at the charts so the platform charts this week number ten down to from eight last week and we've got new super. Mario Brothers you the deluxe. We've got new entry number nine plague tail innocence and then number eight down one from seven. We've got Tom Clancy's the division two down two places from five to seven. We've got grand theft auto five and then holding steady. They're number six Mario Kart deluxe a number five this week. It's red dead redemption to that's down one place from four then down two places from two to four. We got more combat eleven a holding steady their number three. We've got faith in one thousand nine hundred and down one place from last week's number one down to number two this week is days gone and strength in at number one. We've got another new release. That's raged too so congratulations to rage to there and also it's really interesting hosting a plague Tau innocence. That's a new indie game which looks absolutely fantastic. I've read a few reviews of them might try and pick that one up in the coming weeks and it's great to see indy game like that breaking into the top ten so if you haven't checked out a platow innocence that's a new entry number nine. Do Go and check out a video of that and semi think because it looks really really interesting okay. That's it for the charts this week. Let's have a look at what we've got coming up next week next week. We got a whole bunch of new games. We got on May the twenty seventh. We got constructive plus US coming out on P._C.. And then on May the twenty eighth we got a few games we got crooked nineteen official gaming the ashes which reminds me the ashes this year so cricket fans do monitor plus. We got the World Cup Stein in this week so let's be absolutely amazing but cricket nineteen the official game in the actually is that's coming out on pierce for xbox one and switch. We got layers of fit to that's coming on P._C.. P._S.. Four and xbox one little little friends dogs and cats as command switch oxygen included. That's coming out on P._C.. Spell full three so harvest. That's coming on P._C.. As well and that's coming on the twenty eighth on May the twenty ninth we got among among the sleep enhanced edition this coming on P._S.. Four xbox one and Nintendo switch how we got blood and truce P._S.. V._R. and that's coming on the twenty ninth as well and Dragen. There's coming on P._C.. And terror attack that is coming out unintended switch then on the thirtieth. We've got CONAN unconquered. That's coming on P._C.. And we've got space ops V._R.. That's coming on P._C.. Again on May thirtieth and then a few releases on May thirty first and we got coated dumber the seven mysteries of Fuji Sour. That's an e released on P._C.. P._S.. Four and into the switch Petrova saves the universe. That's coming on P._S.. Four N._p._S. V._R.. And finally on May thirty thirty first with a war hammer came Spain magnus edition course. We've got lots of good stuff coming out there this week. Cricket Nineteen Looks Pretty Good Busy. World Cup starts this week and we Gatley ashes to look forward to layer in the summer so super super excited about that blood and truth coming out on E._S._p._N.. I've heard good things about blood and truth so if you don't know about blood and truth go and check out video of that on on Youtube looks really good. Yes lots of lots of good stuff coming out this week. That's coming up next week. Let's have a look at what I've been doing outside of gaming so as I've been on the move this week I'll be listening to a few good podcasts which I thought share with you including without fail Kevin Pietersen beast of man and no such thing as a fish eh without fire was a podcast where Adam Bloomberg he's the owner of Gimblett media and the former producer for this American life. He interviews a guest to normally has taken a big bet on something where they've either won or lost. <hes> he tends to speak to people from the world of business be spoken to sports stars and agents and all kinds of other people in light steps thirty speaks to Jeff Aldrich who founded a company called Era Wolf and that was one of the first poke cost networks and Jeff Talks about as experienced founding Abel's during a period in his life when he was an active alcoholic and he also went onto create mid role as well a popular ad platform for podcasts so I always enjoy Gimblett media's podcast so cost. I think they're fantastic. In particular where Adam at Bloomberg is interviewing people. He's a really engaging interviewer. So if you like this kind of thing do give without file it go. We've also got Kevin Pietersen beast of Man Dan and that's been released on BBC sounds that follows Kevin Pietersen on life after cricket and his quest to eradicate rhino hunting so the reporter goes out to South Africa Join Kevin to try and stop rhinos from being hunted and killed Eh campaigning but more often than not goes out into the wild in South Africa and he's right there as the poachers have been attacking and killing the rhinos is is really not what you'd expect but it's a really really interesting. Listen listen and I thoroughly recommend it and finally there's no such thing as a fish and that's from the research team behind the quiz show Q I it's really funny they come up with facts and figures and stories and so if if you like the kind of thing cure has then give no such thing as a fish ago I also watched a really good documentary this week about development of four honor so recently I was talking to you about in the podcast const- The rise of craters the documentary released on Youtube by playstation which followed the development cycle of the most recent God of war reboot and kind of grueling nature of the video games industry <hes> so the four honored documentary. That's available net flicks. I mean I'm based in the U._K.. I know Netflix is kind of different in different places around the world so yeah check out net flicks to see whether you've got the four on a documentary and just see what it's cooled. Okay yes so that documentary is called playing hard and about the development of a new I._p.. At ubisoft again it goes into the grueling ring cycle. There is games development and it follows the creative director who really puts puts his heart and soul into into the game. He's a really creative character really really engaging and we've also also got producers from Ubisoft as well based in Montreal and offices all over the world and they fly to Paris and leads the is kind of build up to this new I._p.. Development they say in the documentary commentary that the most successful games or sequels and that new I._p.. Really offers a significant risk to studios and then you can say that from the Reysen kind of anthem launch from buyer which was a huge risk and they they plowed L. D. in a whole load of money and that didn't really go go down too well but this this documentaries really really interesting so playing hard available net flicks it follows the story of the development from its original idea and pitch meeting through due to the development cycle of the game and the lead up to the e three announcement and then into the production cycle as well and slowly the creative director gets phased out of the project and it's really really hard core and also one of the main mm producers. He gets so stressed at some point he just has to take himself off for five weeks and go to retrieve and it really goes to show the the heart and soul the goes into of creating video games and the effect that it has on the people that are working in this industry. We've had so many stories this year in by away in a Rockstar riot games the so many studios videos the studio behind more combat as well the so many studios who crunch their employees to get these games there. I mean surely there must be there must being more sustainable way to make games but these both these documentaries raising craters and playing hard both showcase the development life cycle of the Games and it just goes to show how much pressure is is on these people and even this producer who's been at Ubisoft for a long time. He's used to the pressure and the Games or shedules East questioning himself saying what what do I have left in the tank. How many games do I have left? How many projects do I have left and is it worth? It and there's this really heartfelt scene where another producer is saying. I have to have to leave my kids behind and and they they say they understand he's little girl. They're giving him a hug saying Dahbi don't want you to leave and goes into the health risks associated as well. This guy talks about how how he deals with managing stresses. It's it's really interesting. Documentary is a really good watch but it does go to show the maybe we could do more to make gains in a little bit more more of a sustainable way. Yeah I'm sure we're going to be discussing the sustainability of video games industry more on focused episodes in the coming weeks and months but let me know what you think guy out there and have a look at playing heart the four for honor documentary and try podcasts luminary think I'd love to hear what other PLO casts. You're listening to or what you're watching. Send me an email on the podcast this week in video games dot com. Let me know what you're listening to and and what you're watching. It'd be fantastic to hear me so that's it for this week's episode. If you want to get involved in the show emails podcast at this week in video games dot com or you can check out the latest on the website all throughout the week and that's W._w._w.. This week in video games dot com send in your questions your comments new videogame stories. 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Water Cooler: Console Wars, Trial of the Chicago 7, Nomadland, Pen15, Too Funny to Fail, and More
"Hello everyone and welcome to slash foam daily for Friday September twenty. Fifth Twenty. Twenty on today's episode we're going to be gathering around the virtual water cooler talking about what we've been up to when he was Ben Pearson. I'm the senior writer at slash dot Com and I joined on today's podcast by slash film managing editor. Jacob Paul Hulu Hulu weakened editor Brad Omen May that's me. And writers why try? Line and Chris Evangelista Holo. All right. So as you can probably tell Peter is not here today, but the show must go on. So let's just dive into what we've been doing Jacob. What have you been doing I'm dealing with loneliness for the first time in years by wife made the decision to go visit family and open DEMOC which means Two weeks of quarantine when she gets there by two weeks of actual seeing her family and Albert I was my idea for the do do a whole month. So she actually see them because she really wanted to. But it means that I am alone with two dogs and two cats for literally entire month they minute minimum all the time I can't see my friends regular can't leave the house the do anything fun. So I'm with weird crippling loneliness in two dogs were very needy and possibly barking background of this. podcast right now. So. I guess. was there. Are. No feasible way for you to go with her and continue working. This way. Families in. Hawaii. Wow. Okay So, Hawaii laws stipulate that she has according to weeks in. The apartment were her sister in her brother-in-law live. So the matter of even could go the time zone difference plus quarantining an apartment with three other people in their. Young toddler. It does sound like a bad time for everybody involved. So. Here I am a know being alone for first time in a decade it's very, very unusual feeling you're used to having someone around at all times. It is very strange and surreal something not have that. Yeah. I. Imagine a lot of people are going through that right now who has Or have been for this year basically like people who have always have lived alone but used to go into an office and actually like interact with people on a day-to-day basis for us. It's a bit different because we've been working from home for so long even before the pandemic it but I imagine that. Jacob. You should take some comfort in knowing that you're not alone in feeling alone in these times. Yeah I'm trying to fill the time I am working on the podcast with HD trekking through time and space. Now available on Itunes spotify and all the usual suspects you should check that out in on another top secret project with some slash film folks as well. That can't talk about yet. Sweet. Nice tease. You have here that that you've been. Dancing, around with the idea of of joining the Gig Economy Jacob. What's going on? Am I put my tone it. With evenings free I can either sit down and be sad and lonely and try to watch movies which you know not a bad thing to do or I can keep myself active and try to earn extra money. So I signed up for door dash and I spent all last night delivering food. Is. This the first time that you've done anything like this with the idea. In Uber Era Absolutely. Yes. I used to work retail work at target for years years years before i. was a fulltime writer. I was even writing freelance for multiple sites while working at target over a decade ago. So I'm I'm used to being in a service industry however. I I'm delivering the first time working in the economy you know after driven world. and. It's strange because. I don't regret doing this at all. So far I've been to night safari. I made actually really good money delivering pandemic food to people in their homes right off their Porton rebound walking away. So I don't feel reasonably safe and since I'm not seeing people face to face most of the time. But. It's it's very odd because they've video game of hide. service industry work. It's very much a you have one minute to take this job offering you all your stats are tracked. Your high scores. Aka. The money you've made track all times your special. Achievements deliver four. Deliveries during this window of a nightmare morning and get an extra fifteen dollars. It is wild. How much feels like an addictive videogame? How adrenaline is pumping won't fucking. Food. CHEESECAKE factory a second thinks up saying there's there's additional JC factor here if you if you want pick it up, he's an extra twelve bucks I'm like hell. Yeah. Oliver more cheesecake factory I'll do it right here right now. Mixed numbers get bigger. And you know like any millennial I have enough credit card debt. I'm not I'm not underwater I'm not in a bad position, I have enough that. If I can make a thousand dollars door dashing this month, which I could do based on my first two sessions. Then that's a nice chunk of credit card. I'm not regretting it however for those of do this full-time and our Adrenalin stress in other people's like terrible directions their apartments. I my hats off to you, I. I. I'll never I'll never give you one star ever again. Habit of that but after realizing. What dashers have to go through for other people I am very keenly aware of. What I? Do Treat. Other people. It's like. How do they expect us to find your apartment when it's at night in an unlit complex in building six apartment two, zero, three, zero, wise apartment two, zero, three, zero in building six wife. I cannot tell you so. I it. It's strange. So. If you do use at or Ubereats, please go to the note section if you live in an apartment in give them directions to your. Dasher. So we'll have to call you and say, Hey, please give me directions place because quite frankly if you don't have those in your in your description, you are making it very hard making making your delivery take longer. So that's Mafra to session the door Dash I'm an expert go do that. All right. Well, Yeah. Maybe you can sort of keep us posted as the month goes on and telephone crazy stories that happen along the Wakes Tulsa an interesting potential side Gig for you so. Listen to podcasts audiobooks Ben I'm making my own hours. So credit card goodbye. All right I, admire the the hustle, the grit that truly is a millennial. A. what would you call that like a a central focus of of all millennials but and certainly sound you'll be having plenty of time to listen to some good stuff anyway. So maybe you can talk about that other podcasts do It also seems like Jacob you've had some time to read some stuff too. So you're the only one in the what we've been reading section. What have you been reading lately of talk again already okay. Tired of me and my voice I read a caddyshack, the making of a Hollywood Cinderella story by Chris Chris Nash Awadhi the entertainment. Weekly. Writer. and. Read on a whim her the making of caddyshack eighty comedy was crazy and the book delivers it is indeed. Very unbridled production. and. The best thing is people. This book is that I don't like any shack I don't think he's very funny. I have no love that film but this book is fantastic and I realized tastic win in order to explain caddyshack in order to explain how this. Strange. Golf comedy at May Nine, hundred eighty they have to explain. Saturday live and have to explain National Lampoon. And they have to explain the Harvard Lampoon that's explaining a second city in SETV and ends up being that K.. Shaq is a combination of a decade of Co community evolution people involved in this movie. Nor to understand how they got here is to nor to appreciate it, you have to understand through to the trajectory of comedy from Nineteen Sixty Nine Nineteen, seventy, nine, and that women away. I was really bowled over by. How much managed to encapsulate what comedy meant at the time in how caddyshack representative even though I don't like the film. Brad I think you particular would really really dig this book. Have you read this? No I I have this actually I I'm I have like a couple of Amazon wish list of things that I want to buy at some point or like you know ask for for Christmas or something and one of the books that I haven't bit the bullet on buying it. You you'd really like it I. Recommend anybody if you're interested at all in how calmly changed in the seventies you who don't like caddyshack, this is a great book and It will definitely color your opinion uncertain people I walked away from this book very impressed by Hilda Ramos and terrified of Bill Murray. Don't even have. A real quick before we move on from this topic, I also have heard that the making of this movie was really insane. I think one of the big sort of I don't know like it's on an urban legend because I think it's actually true facts I guess sort of pieces of wisdom floating around about the making of this film is that Chevy Chase and Bill Murray really really clashed on the movie and their styles of comedy and huge personalities were. So, different and big and. going. To head the head at all times that. It seemed to be a little tense of behind the scenes. I don't know really any of the details about anything that happened is there I guess maybe without giving away anything big if they're earning big reveals or anything in the book but. I assume they delve into that a little bit do you have any? Small stories you could share about that. Interestingly, there is the story of Bill Murray and Chevy. Chase goes back to SNL when the gun to a fistfight during season two when I came back to guest star and Bill Murray was you've got into a fistfight buys co-stars y'all resentful of Chevy Chase which features my all time favorite Bill Murray Moment offscreen. During the fistfight by pulls them back and Bill Murray, in the heat of anger screams at Chevy Chase medium talent. But, apparently, everybody was very worried about this onset that they would clash and they have one big thing caddyshack that is mostly improvised between Bill Murray and Chevy Chase and was on pins and needles and turns out that ended up being sort of an extra system for the two of them is a onscreen worked differences in character in a way that they actually buried the hatchet. encinas in the film. Very cool. I. Heard that. All right. Well, that the book is called caddyshack making of a Hollywood Cinderella story in is about is out right now. Let's dive into what we've been watching. Brad you and I watched a documentary called console wars. I want to hear what you thought about this, and then I'll chime in with my thoughts afterwards. Sure. So the this is based on a book by Blake Jay Harris It's about the battle between Sega and INTENDO for home video game console supremacy Sega came in on the scene nine, hundred, eighty nine, and started to give Nintendo a run for their money if they dominated the market for around five years and really just became complacent and comfortable essentially monopolizing the home video game. World after it came crashing down a largely, thanks to Atari, and some pretty bad games in the early eighties and so this documentary chronicles that battle between Second Nintendo by talking to the executives at both companies and digging into their tactics as far as how they fought each other how Sega had A. Very distinct strategy as foreigners, how they want to take down intendo and it's extremely entertaining. Very fascinating. This is a lot of stuff you don't normally hear about the video game industry. It. If you watched Netflix's high score, which is another video game documentary that we talked about Previously, you'll know some of the finer points because that series did cover this big part of video game history and the Silas documentary is similar to uses like a video game style graphics to create dramatization scenes in moments anecdotes described by these executives. Has Tons of vintage commercial footage and stuff places from like game conventions and things like that. It's really fun. Actually see some of the quick video game commercial clip because you'll spot people like Paul Rodham Ethan's plea that started them back in the early nineties. But. It's still a great You know coverage of the story I. Dig deep into it gets a lot more details than high score could have because high. It was more of a broad coverage of of video games on but yeah, like I said it's entertaining is fascinating. So if you ever had a video game system grew up with on Sega definitely get a kick out of this one. I feel very similarly, I also really really loved the the footage from the era, all that stuff from you know e three in like the video game conventions and stuff like that like seeing those that yet sort of vintage footage and like all those commercials and stuff like some of them actually like brought me back to my own child be like man, I, I have not thought about this particular Sega commercials since it was like in heavy rotation in nineteen, ninety seven, whatever. But But seeing now just sort of like. Sucking back into into that that particular time in my life because I was A. Kid growing up all my friends had Nintendo in my a family got a and so that was a it was a weird time. You was very I don't know I mean I guess there is a rivalry between like xbox and playstation now, but it doesn't feel as As much quite as much of a of a like all defining kind of thing that also. Go into game forums uglier than ever. Okay. All right. Well. Now. It just means. The Wars Ninety seen fun not day comes words artist ugly gross grown men yelling at each other near net. Forums? That's a pretty. Consistent thing that you'll find almost anywhere on the Internet but I don't know it seems like and maybe I should not be bringing this up because like Jacobs says. I do not frequent modern-day forums and I don't I don't have a full grasp on the current of war as as I might but it seems. To me that back in the day and Brad this sort of like they talk about this in the documentary a little bit like it's almost like a a full personality kind of thing like like their Sega is all about attitude right? Like they talk about that in the dock Nintendo is much more. I don't know like the Disney of the time like sort of a family friendly kind of vibe. So it seems like buying one system was more about like crafting. Like explaining who you were to the world did you get that sense from the documentary a little bit? I mean yeah. I. Guess. So because like there's Y-. Just, certain identity that comes with especially with the way that like say advertised itself but I don't know for me as a kid like. I I. Just I wanted both systems you know and I. I had the original Nintendo and then I, had a Sega I never had a super nintendo and so for me, I've never really had much as far as like a an identity where I'm like, no, I'm a I'm a Sega Theater I'm attended, but I could definitely see like how that would come about during that time. So console wars is available on CBS L. Access Right now. So if you WANNA watch that Radin I both recommended. Okay for me, I watched all of pin fifteen season two. This is the show that is on Hulu. It's a Hulu original comedy. It is created or co created by Erskine and Anaconda will who are the stars of the show a Sam Zimmerman I believe is how you pronounce his last name is also the CO creator but. Maya and Anna are the stars of the show and they are like thirty something years old and they play fourteen year olds and they are basically in I. Think they're in eighth grade. So yeah. What does that fourteen fifteen year olds and the rest of the cast around them is comprised of people who are actually fourteen or fifteen years old. So it's sort of The first season I think made it more. like that the distinction between them these the clearly adults. You know acting with clearly children was a little bit more. Obvious in the first season, I think in season two, it's like they're so good at playing these middle school versions of themselves that you almost forget that they are as old as they are in real life they disappear. So perfectly into these versions that. That the the entire like conceit of the show almost goes out the window like the Gimmick of the show begins to fade and then so what that means is the story elements actually rise to the top I think the story of Penn fifteen season two is. A little bit better than the first season although not quite as funny. So it it's a really well rounded show in that regard it's it's more dramatic but I think if you you know the entire Arkansas Shosha thus far the these two seasons are they give you a really good breadth of stuff like the I mean, it's it's a early two thousands like late nineties. Nostalgia Porn can thing where All of the the style and the props in the clothes and everything are very. You know I it sort of whisks you right back into that world. And that was around the time that I was I'm about the same age as these pre. So it's a very It's like watching a lady bird or something for people who? Are Any high school movie when that period aligns with the period that are in high school, it's very It's a sweet spot. You're so. The show I guess maybe might work a little bit better for me than other people in that regard but I really think it's it's almost like a universal experience even though it takes place in like like I said the late nineties or the year two, thousand or something. But man yeah. I just I. I, don't get too much into the specifics or anything, but I was just very impressed with the drama of ten fifteen to hasn't meals here seen the show at or? If not the second season than any of the first season or might the only one I haven't it's on my list, but I just want to say that Maya Erskine or or skyline. Just, exactly like her. Authenticity at least yeah. I think you would really like the show I mean everybody everybody on this on the podcast would because like I said, there's there's so much of that like city in the comedy and then it really transitions very well into sort of like Reminded me a little bit of books part book smart because it's sort of about these two best friends and like the. The dependence that they have on each other and like the finding independence within that and still their own identities you know as almost this unit that's like joined at the hip an unprecedent which I talked about on. Last week's water cooler sort of gets in this gets at that a little bit to this idea of female friendships at a certain age where everybody is very were emotions are extremely heightened. I just think this showed does a really really great job. So that's Penn Fifteen. The first two seasons are streaming on Hulu right now, and then I just wanted to briefly mention that I've been watching Archer Archer has finally come back on. On F X, X And I think he can watch it on Hulu like a day or two later. With, the whole fx on Hulu Initiative that they have but this is like the eleventh season of Archer which kind of crazy to think about it's been on since two, thousand, nine or something. And for the past three years. the character of Archer who's like this the world's greatest super spy kind of asshole character has been in a coma. So each of the past three seasons have been. Basically. Dreams of his were One of them was like a a nineteen forties noir movie where he was like a detective. Going on the season long mystery mission. Another one was like a space themed thing where set in the far future is alien and there were crazy science fiction concepts explored throughout the series or through the season and this when he finally wakes up from the coma. So it's back to that old spy dynamic in it's about how the character of Archer fits into a world where that has moved on without him in the in the past three years so. You know it's not like it's not a show that's GonNa, Change Your Life, but if you're looking for like a fun. Comedy that has a lot of jokes permit I would recommend watching an catching up with archer you guys have not seen it so. Like I said the new episodes are on Fx X. and you can check it out a whole. Series right. Now, streaming on Hulu would season bend like CPI season eleven I think. Is the current season used to watch it? I was. Like maybe four seasons it was the show at not missing. Off and I was too much left. I mean it's it's an easy one to sort of chip through especially now Jacob if you're like board at home, you know for for this month while your wife is not around because the episodes, there's the seasons are only ten to thirteen episodes long and they're only half hour episodes. So it's not like a huge ask in terms of time. It's just there are a lot of seasons now but. It's a very enjoyable show. It's it's really dumb dumb humor a lot but. I enjoy it. So Anyway, that's Archer Jacob. What have you been watching? I? AM talking about the boys season two yet on this podcast I think boy season two is terrific. It is. It captures what made the best of the in one work for me hit the ground running every episode of Season Two's been as the best season one. I know this is a controversial show this podcast because. Chris. Disagree very strongly about the show in a way that maybe the most of his group with him about anything. In our time to work in slash film. I think season two of the boys is the kind of angry vicious funny satiric wildness that we need right now is targeting all the right targets and using a superheroes to stand in for. Alva grievances against, Celebrity Government Military Corporate Corporation. A blended all in a way that makes the matic censor feels modern. And some who read a lot of the comic before it was. Before I decided Nah stop because it was bad mesh of start in the first place it makes me smart adaptation choices like For example, as a character in the comic who's literally a beefy German goths on his chest he was a Nazi superhero in this one that connected to be. A young attractive woman with a cool haircut whose social social media savvy and. Hides her white supremacists. Breads permits leanings in the idea rallying against pc culture and it's really chilling villain in a in a show of characters. She is very upsetting to watch and wait until modern can't wait for the show to take her down as it does all it's great villains. So that's the boy season to it airs. Or arrives every new episode and Friday it's over halfway through the season now I, can't believe it's almost like he's just come to episodes left now and I be watching it tonight and his podcast finish work in her watch the boys. Jacob Real quick. Would you call the boys an ugly show not from a visual perspective, but just like its worldview is, is this a show that will make you feel like scum after watching it? This is this is where Chris I disagree Chris. Chris can jump in if he wants to the first season, may Chris feel bad. He's talked about this before in the show in his review on the site. And he's not watching these for that reason. But for me I think. The show is about people in a bad world trying to escape that bad world trying to throw the battery. And I, leave the show each week feeling angry but ready to fight supposedly Brung down and brought down by I mean people are completely out different reaction to it but I I never feel like if you take a shower after watching, it's bloody has as a can because it is incredibly violent show. If of Nastiness I, it's always funny enough and always just hopeful enough to a key character is to keep the light shining. Christie have no interest in an checking out seasons you. Know I I can't say I do it's just. It's not it's not for me and that's fine. You know that has to be for me for sure Jacob are excited about the spinoff that they just announced of the boys know it sounds like the worst part of the boys. The. Comic is the worst part. The comic is that. Garth Ennis writer whose work I have liked before. Lean very heavily on warfare superheroes, but perverts leaned on that all the time whereas the TV show leans on that maybe once or twice every so often and Setting up spinoff where it's a bunch of young sixty pros in college with hijinks sounds like the worst parts of that comic being brought to life. You know whether superheroes and they're gonNA have sex all the time. No superheroes in the show are very much. Representations is wrong with you know the world and the people who are fighting against that. So I don't think I need to watch the show about those people. Fair. Enough. What else have you been watching data I fell into a guy's grocery games whole been. Have no idea what that is, can you please explain this guy furious game show on Food Network Ben Pearson Oh. The culture stands on guy. Fieri right now you said he does guts never realized that there are far worse people than a guy with a brash attitude in a bad haircut. So I don't watch main show where he goes around looking for diners, drive INS and dives at has called makes a. Surprising adequate and positive game show host on this really really silly game show were chefs are called in to a set us a giant grocery stores was part supermarket sweep but was running to is grabbing stuff at through talented is like making Italian feasts but seven items or less or go make this particular item only spend twelve dollars or. Going shopping aisles three and four and ends up being that's really clever thing with. Chefs Cook their way out of really interesting problems. And as somebody who has grown to begrudgingly not hey fair I think he's Just, a guy who's into his own thing and is apparently good dude in real life so I can't be mad at him because being good. Didn't realize what matters right? So it's just one of those cases where if you can get over that aspect, I find to be an incredibly entertaining piece of junk food TV and a lot of streaming on who the right now. So when I sit down and watch TV or a movie unlike. Watch on the new and interesting in vital run awash episode. Guy's Grocery Games recently washing guy's grocery games and there's a problem a real problem. But as far as junk food TV goes I'm enjoying it just fine hd. You've watched lots of shops. Have you ever gone to the side of food network? I. Haven't I'm still. On my chops binges and I tend to not really like other chops cooking shows they just are too intense and too. Sometimes a little mean for me like especially what's kitchen nightmares? I like that it's all about sabotage and not about the food. So I haven't watched this yet but maybe I'll check it out. Yeah W. Positive show. Is Competition Show, but there is definitely a vibe of roll here to have fun. Let's say Nice things. I'll be friendly and to the point where when somebody's on the show and they actually are like overly competitive or mean it's actually stands I was like, Whoa, this is not the show. What are you doing? It's actually more relaxing than you may think it's. All right. Chris, you have watched a new movie wow. This weird to talk about like their movies, they're still a thing. You wash the trial of the Chicago seven. Tell me about this movie. This is Aaron Sorkin new film right. I'm not gonNA talk too much about it just because I? Feel like. But my review is up on slash home dot com today or read it but. I, still think. Aaron Sorkin, great writer, not a great director. and Aaron Sorkin he has his problems he has his pitfalls and. he does stumble into a few of them in this movie. I'm yeah, he's very big on. He's very big on big moments and there are a lot of scenes where you feel like characters. are delivering lines that Aaron Sorkin underlined in the screenplay like a million times in like red marker to be like isn't important speech make sure it's an important scene and that you know there's nothing wrong with that but there's a there's a surf subtle way to do that and Aaron Sirkin does not do subtle. But what what fixes, this film or what saves the film is the performances of. The cast is is phenomenal across the board. Everyone here is really good. Although there are a few exceptions Jeremy. Strong. Who is usually a good actor? He's doing this like. He's he's basically just doing a voice that makes them sound like Tommy Chong and it's very distracting and it's even more distracting because the real person he's playing Jerry Rubin. Did Not. Like that. So I'm really not sure why he made that choice I mean the character is like a stone or not guessing he just thought like allstone her sound like she in shock I don't know so until. After I watched the film I was like did journey a really like that and I went and watched a bunch of like interviews with him and he didn't sound like that. Also I'm really not sure why Jeremy Strong made that decision but Jeremy Strong isn't making weird choices in movies lately like his character in the gentleman was also just felt very odd choices. All around I don't really know maybe he's just having fun I don't know I mean he his performance isn't bad he he's he's clearly a give me a good performance, but the voice is just really distracting to me and Sasha Baron. Cohen is good but he has to do an American accent and. A lot of times his is real accent keep slipping in. But these are lake nitpicks like beyond that. The performances are very good. So I would say. Watch this perform the performances alone because that's what makes it good and I realized I said I wanNA talk much about this player did so. Right now no, that's great. All right. So that's the trial of the Chicago seven and that is available on Netflix's on October sixteenth one that drops. So I look forward to checking out an issue. You have also been watching some new movies. What's going on I'm in the midst of New York Film Festival covers. So I'm seeing a lot of movies that have not yet had release tastes some some of them that do and I'll give you an update on the ones. That I've watched, I watched on the rocks, which is the new Sofia Coppola movie. It reunites her and Bill Murray the first time since loss translation, and it's a real frothy sort of romp type film. It's a Father Daughter Movie starring Bill Murray and Russia Jones which Rashida Jones character who is a constant -CCOMPLISH Newark author, but it's kind of finding herself in a Rut lately suspect that her husband is cheating on her and she enlists her father to sort of. give her advice at. He ends up taking her for a spin through New York City trying to trail her husband and kind of Wander around and go on various capers throughout the city and it's funded in mostly. It's it's it's an interesting film that comes out this time because those obviously filmed for Kovic times and it feels because of its current release, it feels very much like maybe this was intentional maybe it wasn't but it feels very much like a a love letter to the New York of the before times and even then it feels like it exists in the strange you know kind of privilege but it is a Sophia Coppola film after all but watching it I just felt so nostalgic and. Sad. For for for like the that this Newark doesn't really exist anymore I mean it's not dead for sure but it's a that was sort of the thing that hit me the most otherwise. It's an enjoyable film. It's much more. 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. Next thing I watched was my favorite thing for short. The festival but also of the year and that's Koiji aisles nomad land. I was so so excited to see this it was. I. Think Chris reviewed it at? The Toronto Film Festival and I was really excited to the able to watch it and. See all the buzz in anticipation. There's already Oscar buzz around it, but that's not the reason that I wanted to see it in. This is just a beautiful beautiful slice of Americana that just feels like a A. Way of that is. That feels like it finds the beauty and serenity in pain loss and grief, and like the restless nomadic spirit that it depicts onscreen Frances mcdormand plays a woman who's Factory. Town gets completely shut up and she decides to pack up everything her life and Dr West and live in a van and It's just a such a really exquisite. That I adored, every second made my heart swell and Asia and all of those things that you want to happen when you react to a beautiful film I. especially with reminded of the idea of the Japanese. Art called a kin hold on it's called Kosugi and it's the mending of broken pottery with gold, which is meant to call attention to the cracks in the flaws in a formerly broken piece of pottery and in the end create something stronger and more beautiful than what was there before and I feel like that spoke so clearly to nomad land in. It celebrates those those cracks lack reef, and in the end, the composite is something much stronger and more beautiful than. What was there previously? So I adored the film Christie's spoken about before and. I don't know anything you wanted to add. No it's great. It's great. There's like a Shitty Hollywood versions movie where it's like all about her character getting back on her feet and finding giant like this, not what movies and so. I just found that. So refreshing it's it's it's not like. She gets a house again that's not what this movie is and I thought that was so. Interesting and good, and this movie is fantastic. Fest Nomad Land. Something of any idea when this one is coming out because I have not looked this up so not sure. I I think this one was a picked up by searchlight shand. I'm sorry. December forced December fourth. There you go. Thank you I think all of us are really important to us. So nomad land, put it on your radar. It's not there already ISSAAC you last thing to speak about for New York Film Festival. This week is mangrove. This is the second film in Steve McQueen's small axe a series, his series of films that focus on London's west Indian, community during the nineteen, sixty, nine, hundred, eighty. And there hasn't been a bad movie out of this yet I've only seen two of them but I absolutely adored lovers rock, which was just very much of vibe in one word and mangrove is. Traditionally a biographical film. It follows the mangrove nine, who in nineteen seventy were on trial for inciting riots after a going on peaceful protests against the police in their Notting Hill community. And it's such a it's a film that could have easily been just A. Riveting courtroom drama that it is in the second half of the film. But Steve McQueen create something much fuller and much richer than that by depicting both sides the both the pain and the injustice that the black community experience. But also the joy and the love and the the safe haven that Mangrove, which is the restaurant at the center of the trial provides for these people and I think that it adds such A. Great Point to the ongoing discussions there is the that's been going on about black pain how to pick. With nuance and sensitivity on screen and I think that. The counterpoint to that is to showed black joy. I'm not an expert by any means this is just my impression and what I've I took away from Steve McQueen's film, but I really love Mangrove and this the embargo breaks today, and by the time this podcast comes out, it should be broken so. That's mangrove and you can check out my reviews for all these films except for Isabella and nomad land I have not gotten one for Isabella out yet on slash film. And a small acts, which is the mini series that Steve McQueen is is directing. Meghan is a part of is going to be coming to Amazon Prime Video on November twentieth. That's how the rest of us will be able to see this so. All right one more thing. Yes. rewatch. Is Jim Henson's. I. Forgot the Year of the still nineteen, eighty, six film and I was watching it with my roommate and her boyfriend and they know Rebecca, my roommate had seen it before. But hit her boyfriend hadn't decided just put it on because we were craving a film with David, Bowie and. And it's great I mean it's on Amazon. Video right now it's spree to stream Amazon prime subscription I don't talk about. Oh. Four but I love this film I had very dear fond memories of its even watching it growing up on VHS in thinking what is this movie when I was like five years old because my aunt got it for me puppet film and why they're so much gyrating in this movie. It's it's a really wonderful and. Weird and imaginative movie that. Definitely. I. Feel like wouldn't be made today under is a feels very much like. Into Jim Henson's imagination as well as David Bowie's. Aura. So I I, think, this is a great film. You should revisit if you haven't seen a long time Fun Really Fun deconstruction of Alice in Wonderland and. There's is an SAB and I'm sure other people have written about it. But about how this is about sexual awakening for Jennifer Connelly's character in addition to many the people who watch this movie and had crushes on David Bowie. But. That's that's another conversation. anyways labyrinth streaming on Amazon Great. Movie. All. Right. Shout out to Sir Demus as well. Guys A baller. Brad what have you been watching? Just one extra thing I still been on the documentary kick for some reason I. Don't know why there's just so many of them I haven't seen, but this is one I've been intending to watch for a long time I kind of forgot about it for a little while came back out it came out in two thousand seventeen and it was something I was really excited about because it's it's about the Dana carvey show. It's called too funny to fail the life and death of. The McCartney. Show is a Hulu original documentary and It's about like I said the Dana Carvey show, which is the short lived primetime sketch comedy show that aired on NBC not long after in Harvey? Left Saturday night live and famously lasted only a single season and didn't even get to air their final episode because it was just so weird and wild, and they had such a battle with executives about the content on primetime and how they had were losing so many viewers from their home improvement lead in. That it was just all over entertainment news and it was just one of those things and what's even crazier about this for people who don't know is that the team behind the Dana Carvey show is full of some of the best names in comedy that have stuck around for a while and the the theme besides Dana Carvey Dana Carvey was able to bring Roberts Michael with him from Saturday night live and they essentially sparked a Steve Carell and Stephen. Colbert careers after they were part of second city. This was even before they were on the daily show and then they also had Charlie Kaufman who we all know as the filmmaker behind internal sunshine, spouse mind and anomalies. Robert car lack creating executive producer of thirty rock unbreakable kimmy Schmidt and to a lesser extent, and it's kind of awkward to see this since the documentary has made before the allegations for him came about but Louis C. K. was also part of this team and so the documentary dives into the genesis of the show their fight with executives there while the show was. On and just all this great behind the stories and it's also really really funny too because these are all hilarious people reflecting on the show that is considered to be such an epic failure even smuggled like even though he like he laughed about certain things, you can tell that he feels you know almost not almost like really sad still that this was something that. Didn't work out because it was something they were all extremely proud of very excited about it feels like it was just ahead of its time because it came at a time when ABC had just been taken over by Disney which did not help them by any means and it was just too weird for the kind of comedy that was popular during this period in the. The mid nineties and I think the carbon show came around today it would be a huge hit and everyone would of loved it but just came at at the wrong time So yeah if you WANNA watch that find out more about it, it's on. Hulu and you can. You can get the entire short for season her only season run the Dana carvey show on DVD. Breath I'm just curious. I have not seen the Dana carvey show and I also have not seen the Ben Stiller show but the way you described that the great writing staff and all that kind of stuff that the talented people who went on to bigger and better things. It sort of reminded me of the Ben Stiller show which aired what five years or something before the Dana Carvey show I was just curious if you if you had seen. The pen store show in like how you would compare those two shows because I sort of missed that whole thing. I guess I was too young and I just never went back. You know when I was. Yeah, I've I've seen some of the Ben Stiller show I haven't seen all of them. I do have on DVD I just haven't taken the time to watch everything on it yet but yeah, it's it's a very similar thing I think that Ben Stiller skewed a little bit more towards like kids in the hall kind of stuff whereas the Dana carvey show felt like it was like an alternate universe kind of Saturday night live in a way. But yeah. Both both are have the same kind of comedic approach and and yeah, they they I. I. would love to see documentary on the Ben Stiller show to. All. Right. So let's get into what we've been eating Brad. What crazy things have you been eating this week? Wacky Brad's food. So. There's a new variant of skittles skittles, smoothies. That is out there now that you're gonNA find I found mine at. Walgreens but I think you can get it pretty much anywhere where they have like the candy set up by the Front of the registers and stuff, and so it's all smooth inspired flavors they have peach guava, blueberry, strawberry, banana, mango, and Raspberry. And they're definitely distinctly different from regular skills but they all kind of have like almost vaguely bubblegum flavor to them which I guess is kind of like supposed to represent you know the smoothie part of it because otherwise just all kind of pretty pebbles in fruit loops just taste vaguely fruity you know in general but they're still pretty good I. I usually like the varied flavors of skills better than regular skills just because I think all the skills taste the same for the most part, but maybe that's just me. and so then so I'm not a candy corn person at all whenever candy corn comes around on Halloween like keep it away from me. It's gross like I've been. I've been tricked too many times thinking Oh. You know what? Maybe candy corn will be good this time it's never good. It's always just chunks of plastic sugar. But I was curious enough to try Sour haunted tropics candy corn from Brock's because it's fruit flavors and it's our candy and I was interested to see if it actually tasted anything like candy corn with fruit flavor and thankfully, it doesn't. It just tastes just like a hard chewable fruity candy and the so comes with flavors like Watermelon Kiwi and stuff like that and it's it's pretty good. It's not a sour. Like sour patch kids or something like that. There's just a small coating on the candy corn shape of it, which is all you know bright the fruit colors that come with it. So yeah, if you don't like candy corn, you like some fruit flavored candy. These haunted tropics candy corn are pretty good in there. I got this a Walgreens as well. They're probably laying around the candy out with all the rest of the Halloween Candy. Is it the same consistency like same texture as regular candy guide? It is it is for sure. I was wondering if it was like a hard a hard shell condos typically what happens with like sour candies nobody? Yeah. It's just like a candy corn as far as the texture. And so then I found I didn't find these actually my girlfriend bought. Some stuff like she's from Zimbabwe obviously there they have tons of different. Snacks and Kanye stuff like that, and she found a website. The has had some of her favorite ships that she would eat when she used to live there, and so she just got a deliver of recently shammy try them, and so they have a brand they're called Simba chips and the mascot is a lion wearing a crown and the flavor that she loves so much is. Mrs H. Hsa balls, Chutney flavored potato chips. Wow Okay what a what amount is enough full on, but they're really really good. So they have this like vaguely barbecue flavor to them leads. It's it's smokey Tangy. But then also kind of tastes like steak sauce and then there's there's just a tiny bit of sweetness to it. Because because of the tragedy. So yeah, they're they're pretty good I I wish that they were easier to get a hold of so that we could get more of them because you can only get them in like these smaller bags probably because other countries don't snack as much as we do but it was cool. The try this kind of thing. So I'm hoping that. She might be able to find some more flavors and other things like that online that I can try out just to get a vibe for the kind of stuff that they have Beck in her hometown. Very cool. So those are Simba chips. Anybody's interested in trying to send us an email. Let's not think about it. Yeah that's GONNA bring us to the end of today's episode of slash daily can find more about some of the stories that we mentioned today show at slash film dot, com and linked inside the show notes of this episode. 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Sake Future Summit 2020 Revisited (Part 2)
"In the people actually brought me back in one thousand nine hundred places actually on the main drag. The i it was tom sawyer. Missile the point where actually chantel eighteen as beverage history. Welcome and thank you for once again tuning into a brand new episode of socket on air. The world's number one podcast dedicated to expanding the dialogue around japan's iconic beverages of sake and showed you. My name is justin pots. One of your regular co hosts here on the show and this week we will be once again revisiting the sake of future summit twenty twenty in the same way that we did back in episode number fifty six in that program we picked apart segments from some of the fantastic conversations and dialogue that took place during the summit and in this episode were continuing in that fashion picking out some more great little tidbits that will offer insight dn some interesting ideas to hopefully further expand your view of the world of sake and show you. If you're curious as to what sake future summit twenty twenty was all about. I recommend either jumping over to youtube and taken out our youtube channel where you will find every single one of those segments all compiled into a nice neat playlist for your consumption or over at episode number fifty six. Go ahead and give that a listen where i spend a bit more time explaining sort of the background of the summit itself and the reason why we're putting parts of this into a podcast format in the interest of time. We'll go ahead and dive right in for this first segment. We're going to be starting with a program titled bringing the uk sake market to the next level here. Mr oliver hilton johnson the founder of penghu sakai and our special guest back on episode. Thirty three brings together a fantastic panel of specialist based both in the uk as well as well as who is representing a very established and historical brewery together. They discuss what it is that makes the uk market so appealing while at the same time examining where there's maybe some untapped potential we join oliver he is. He is presenting a bit of data on the uk. Mark in relation to other regions throughout europe from there are guests. Weigh in on what those numbers mean. And what are the things we might be able to glean from current trends in the market. So it goes. I thought we do is. We'd start off by looking at some of the figures which might give us a bit of an understanding of how the market runs. And then i'll ask you guys do a comment on that on those figures on what you think about. The uk market sits now fascinating to hear from japan From to industry insiders k. So we'll interesting about zach eight expos. These figures. These japan saturday exports is difficult to track imports. I imagine globally but I know for the uk because there isn't a unique a commodity code or is a unique identifier a second so there's a lot of wine so it's very difficult to track the imports into The uk but will be kinda got is the exports from japan. And as you can see here since nineteen ninety-two a fair amount of time. There's not she been a huge amount of increase in the buildings of second to the. Uk's began austin down up and down up and down since is arbitary. Just pick a year and compare it to now doesn't really help since nineteen ninety-two doesn't even a twenty two increase and if you compare it to twenty eighteen for example it's almost the same is really not been much increased. Its to if you compare it to the year. Two thousands of the past twenty years been about forty percent increase but then since twenty ten assem teams that increase. Brian much goes up and down so it leads us to think about why that is. Let's contrast that though with the rest of europe so the big players again these exports from japan so talk. You go johnny. And they've had an eighty percent increase since the beginning of the decade uk. When next to that sends user increases the beginning of the decade italy ninety five percent increase since the beginning of the decade and then france. So that is the fool as you can see the netherlands next. But as i say these expos japan so i imagine that actually because as very cool in the netherlands incite a load of that is dumbing endemic distribution around the rest of europe rather than staying in the netherlands. The big guys. Interestingly enough you go controls to but that the value of executive also how much is a liter was that they're imposing is really high body suffers lightbody stuff. We can see nowhere in sweden or the talk that the guys that we were looking at johnny being the biggest importer in voting actually has almost the lowest value pelita so the the quality of the stuff that bring potentially not as rates is on the markets. Uk with third biggest offs the taste gandhi countries. Nowhere in sweden put and italy. It was the third. Biggest tons of volume is the lowest in terms of valley and then france is a pretty much the same as the uk. It's that blue square. So i think that's a really interesting contrast nick. We get rid of the other countries and just focusing on those uk from spain. Germany italy there the other countries of the biggest value sack and you can see the uk spending despite since the is only being a seventeen percent increase in voting. Since the beginning of the two thousand nine of the tons of valley been seventy six percent increase in terms of body. Which i think is very very interesting so contrasting that avoiding versus body ecorse. It's difficult to understand these. Because about new population this is voting Ta the uk is the second largest the germany but all messed the same then fronts a little bit lower. It was fascinating to see. And i'm sure you guys will pick up on this later. The volume of socket that is being consumed there is tiny and the uk. Were talking a little bit over fifty milliliters plus it's tiny tiny tiny. So i think we'll we'll find some interesting grounds explore that and then my final slide beforehand debits. You'd is top european spent capita. Uk's number one frost number to germany. Italy but again this is anita five on haughey end us and it's not a huge amount of money. Such a good starting point. I think i'd like to tonight at zoo. Echoes down thus issues. Would you be kind enough to give us. You'll oh yeah the perspective of how would you came. Market sits from japan point of view. What do japan breweries jeopardy. Bruce think all you okay so now I think there are two points I Is a when we talk about the uk market. It is ninety nine percents focusing on the london market. Another was ready suck Equal the london target market so geography. Very concentrated and second. London is the test market for new luxury artists. Most breweries saying london. Margaret is the market where you can find good wholesalers in restaurants Who will put change small stadium out a high end for that and well including konishi. It is very high competitive market for luxury because many various targeting deciding with luxury items The characteristic of well london magi is from my point of view compared to other. Avian market There were a japanese restaurant but spending customer is high so i see Middle upper middle to high end restaurants are and i see. Many high in restaurants less is really cheap. Is atlanta type restaurant in london or in the uk interesting and that trend is evident from the studies. Usual liver on does for interesting so the japanese view is very much that it's a luxury knock it and very london. Centric would you me whole and barry. Would you agree with that. Is that office of possession of the uk. Mock it from being in the uk for my side. Actually we are going up with. How other japanese brewery is going on. So from the beginning. I was looking at the japanese community or japanese issue or retail shops as i saw the potentially is very low. Everybody's targeting in a small. That's all that we want to sell to. The japanese market. N n snow brand that. It's not the brand name it's big. I thought i couldn't sell to the london market so my tag. It was more outside of london. However it's not only is a kayak or small let we also looking at more sound more japanese oriented restaurants and retail shop multiple wine shops in the of course like every possibility we could of so i think the target is that it a different. Yeah and in terms of You'll kind of availability in the k. I would say the property. Cashier ties the easiest find. Would you agree of the number of off licences. I wonder into a cashier ties. The is the brand of his. And i think that's because the the method of the route to market you've chosen by working with a large national dish. Allows you to be put in places. The people like me With my models struggle. A little bit more. Would you say that's true. Yes yes so. I explain exactly the same as what you experience at. The maybe like ten years ago we face on us in problem and i saw. How can i be different from others. And how can i sell different way. Do i need to go more. Like how other learnings and sweet salty new k. Okay let's do some something different than let's do you know district dissolute walkways and then yeah so teaching those people who never deal with those people kind of woke up okay. Let's sell sergei. And they had a really good relationship with us so of course thanks to everybody on are now. We could have a more visibly in the uk market. Thank you very thoughts on the figures in the you cannot get in general. Yeah i think. I think what's being said is is absolutely correct. I mean if you look at the way Psyche has has grown primarily in value as opposed to volume It's quite easy to see. Why i mean there's two things which are driving that one. Is the restaurant. Focus so The majority of sack in the uk is drunk In what we call the on trade so on premise sales within restaurants or bars and the second thing is the london. Focus now when you take those who things combined what you're actually doing. You got a really really small group of people. You're actually talking to your speaking to psychosomatically hayes and influences within the london restaurant market. Now i can tell you right now. That's probably about twenty twenty five. Maybe thirty people who neutrally responsible For that for the distribution of most of the second that comes into the uk So if we're looking at how does saddique grow how to socket take more market share. How do we increase the consumption-per-capita you know. I think there's two things. I mean Well perhaps three things focused on a perhaps the lower more entry priced end of the of the second market looking outside of the restaurant sector and and of course you know the big elephant in the room is is trying to get the supermarkets on board because as you know all he has. Uk consumer the supermarkets responsible for such a large chunk of any alcohol sales beer. Wine been whiskey gin. Whatever it is and that is traditionally been an area that sock has found very very difficult to penetrate next. We're going to hop right across the pond. Over to spain where your regular host rebecca will then lie brings in an incredible crew to examine what. It's going to take to bring saturday to a country that is traditionally an old wine country here. She's joined by pablo alamar salvio ni. Who had a lot of fantastic insight to share with us back on episode fifty for our two year anniversary collins special as well as throughout his interview back on episode twenty. One here he is joined. By ruben paul. Ramon who is the head somali at the internationally renowned restaurant district dr in barcelona as well as francois cartier who is a internationally recognized aroma specialist and the master blender for tanaka seventeen eighty nine because blending the best with the best is to secure story champagne blending everybody know when you think about jumping you'd think about blending when you think about scotch whisky from scotland from japan you think about blending it's about magnifying product sherry is the same it's about blending so part exactly the same except vintage but even vintage part they all think different blogs different today. So i'll the wine vega sicilia matola. Russia at the top of the wall are taking the soul at the moment of blending. The step walsh in portland the grave. The human behind the climate all of that win but the blending is amazing woman so but there was no real story about that. So i decided to do that but i'll can you do very good blending unique very good second. So i've had the side with. I offer the toy g mojica on a young amazing koji at the at the tannock. I think we're going to hear a lot from 'em over the next decade to come and that's said can we change different pad. Because i would like to have different psyche to be bland. No i said yes no problem so we changed the right side. The polish racial the koiji a little bit of white. Koji shoemaking cobo from official. Everything would be changing everything to at the end. To produce the sake you'll nice psyche made from tree. A second wall on this like taste profile like tableau was saying about soothing samp. We've we may reminding a little bit more acidity but natural because this is n. Crafts psychic to style and four other. Second that are more like more. She chardonnay full voting blackstone complex texture. Mommy and then we blend that but not equal part they tell it's not mathematical. It's not really sleepy. It's about knows about sensitive sensibility about trying to see our to vote and we already. With the first psychic we don. I'm so proud of the. We already been able to win two silver medal two weeks ago so for me. This was a new complete story about making second. But i think we create something. Very interesting You know A new way to go to touch because my goal will finish with that. My goal when i started when i of the idea of blending and trying to defy the second west to touch this wine lover because i know the wine lover of the world and the wine professionals so many are looking for new experience and this is the new experience. Everybody's talking about it will be the next big thing is ten years. I hear that us is. It didn't happen yet. It will happen not because of us because of everyone because of making of equality and that will touch wine lover. Why because amazing story amazing experience. And it's a food lover psychic Matt this nothing like that. Can i will say so universal match maker so this is need to be no so that. That's that's the project. One of the most important things is for the sake to be of the highest quality and that's unique conscious just bay second second second. The quality of saxony stickney needs to be consistently of high quality to support the high quality environments. That seconds going that we won't second to go around the world. Now i want you to sort of navigate to ruben. Just for a moment and because i remember you telling me that you had a unique approach to opening people's minds. Were getting people on the sack bridge. A lot of people you said. We're reluctant perhaps because of preconceived ideas about socket you you've found. Is that of an interesting way to get people interested in sack through as similar lab similar product. Yeah i used to copy blaker styles. The has these bright acidity and decks sure. And it reminds me a mere step between widen second-lowest sites. Better recognized for doing sooners a good sample. I had the table with the on all the features we made the blind tasting wines. They say okay. Let's do seven eighty remembers. I didn't say acing wines. And when i began to the and they serve it they were related. More about you know wine than second. Why because this. I didn't see the business so they are more open. Mind and the anisette having this video a second. It's fine all the fold that we used to be like the second. So they analyze the problem and whether to have a product debbie spree closure. The wine makes easier the entrance to mike as well are row fines. Are you sir as well. Maybe a problem oxygen of second but like this you makes a click in the final customer and saying well maybe was wrong. This refreshing breezy three is that he's not a media to view but let's learn more about just lujan or a guest and they used to learn more about it not as we are connected to lots of information on internet. So it's breezy or them to see which is a sack. ed o. Maybe let's days this time or let states another one and the funding is mine and the two different programs. I would like to say something that the other day. I had a lunch with friends and i say okay. I bring socket. The lunch was in a very traditional restaurant We were eating healthy though. Because this is something that i want also to say that of course got suriname aggressor on our top of the notch. But in a way the next step for the soccer revolution in pain is for everybody on Fortunately here in. Spain we have the amazing pro like hormone very cool mahama's anchovies whatever that is not necessarily very expensive and you can enjoy and people should understand the second congo with everything so the other day i went to kotido in restaurant here my i i brought to both and my were like nah. Come on. you're joking too much like you're pushing through too much sockets. I guess stuck it you know when we ended up the second bottle there would say you don't have any audible total stuck it on and i know you need a one second you know. He's so nice i can. I can drink more and more and more and cathedral is a very like strong thing and then of course we went to one and it was okay of course but the people the big shock that day was wow sack is not only sushi and this is something that is very very important also now with i created a clap for for for members to receive second every month Of course it wasn't a struggle because now the rest on are facing hard time with so we are not selling as much but you know people at the end of the day they were like okay by sake but i don't want to buy so you have to facilitate people this kind of Okay i said like for you. I give you a story. I explain everything but also people tend to be like no. But i wanted only one seconds so one doing is like i'm serving different sockets every month and not necessarily the easy for new Consumer which would be dangerous style but you put everything on you know the big surprise. The this month actually was a second that i say you can warm it up on on the on people some of them they follow that and the on the instruction on how to do and say public. That's amazing. i thought it was a horrible experience. How warm sake on instead. I tried this code on this second. Warm is completely different and i think we are in the right path. But you know these things. I think this much confusion from japan. And i think the producers shouldn't have put things together and i think this is the next thing that we need to to to make them understand. Is that sometimes. The actions they do insane are not very useful because they they they promote seconds between the japanese community of japanese related business. No go with winds people. This is very important do that. I spend money in. Marketing is not wasting your money like with whatever you do do it with the right people in the right country and it would change everything now for this accession we are going to mix it up a little bit no pun intended as we examine not sake but shot you particularly in relation to mixology and bars for the special session that we called the spirit of show to in future bars. Here are in house. Show chew pro and regular co host. Christopher pellegrini brings together a couple of gentlemen who are leaders not just in the future of shochu in pioneer show chew in bars but in the future of bars and bartending and general joining him is ryan now are not of mr lyon fame when his series of bars across london. Along with the mr lyon brand and alongside him is don lee. Based in new york. Former partner of the pioneering existing conditions and largely considered an industry mentor by many in the world of cocktails and bartending and then joining the two of them is also ms cocco ichihara. Who is the ceo of essex and the us liaison for the japan shut you makers association in new york and spearheading the push to bring shochu and al-mahdi to new york's leading bars and bartenders. Let's actually here a little bit more about cocktails. I mean that's i think that's one of the main points of getting this crew together so What's what's your what's your take on show to an hour alamoudi in the cocktail space think To take a step behind the curtain. A thing you have to realize is that most people they don't go to a place say. Give me the thing that i've never heard of. You know that. I know nothing about most people go to a place and they say okay. I want something familiar. I'm going to a place. I'm white want to try something new and inventive but only because i trust this chef this restaurant bartender right but it always starts in something. That is more familiar and you know in the bar business. you know. Ninety percent ninety five percent ninety nine percent sorry of your sales comes from cocktails that are on the menu every now and then irregular will come in and say made me something new but most people will say give me this classic cocktail larry. No one had heard of an been drinking forever. Or i'm willing to try the cocktails you put on your menu because i trust that you make delicious things at this place and so if you want to get people to try something just putting it on the back bar and having isn't enough you need to put it. You know literally in front of them in the form of a cocktail so that they'll try it and then you know not everybody but somebody who will try. That will then say okay. Why does this tastes this way. Why is this different from the other cocktails. What are the lemon juice lime juice and sugar. Rdr but there's word that they don't know on this menu. What is this. can i try this by itself. Please tell me more. And that's kind of the entry point so in a way. Cocktails is the way to inset show in the minds of people without them really knowing it. I like it. I mean unsurprisingly i echo don t sentiments with that and. I think it's you know going back to what we're trying to create and health. Connect people with with these amazing products in these. This history in these traditions in these stories is to try and find ways of if exactly that highlighting the characteristics of a heart of these particular spirits. And you know being able to if you make a classic whiskey call with something. That's that's pizza or something that's different. Nashville you start to notice. The difference in it you can exacerbate will pay to w want to do to kind of highlight those those elements of it and those videos in crises and it's very much the same with this trying to help people understand the breadth of the category. So different cult tells allow us to bring certain parts of the four all already kind of use the texture of certain ones although the depth of the amami in a sutton one And so i think with the cartels in with the approach to show is it is very much about trying to help people understand it and using what is familiar as a way of of of stoking intrigue rather than having to ram it down their throats Or just have something weird in the background as on the not. Just gonna co for But i think there is a there. Is something really interesting in it because of course you can apply it to the traditional cartels that we we know and it works great for that Obviously it's it's a it's a lighter white spirit doesn't stack up if you've got a drink that's get come totally buried another other big flavors some you. Can you know we also have a unique profile to these two slightly different a dvd. So you you you've got to treat it in a different way. But we've also got you know. I think there's a this contrasting elements in insurer. That's really interesting. You tend to get floral alongside something kind of deep you get mommy alongside something. That's kind of like very fruitful would profile and so you trying to find ways of for us as well as creators use those those formulas away of connecting our guest but also rework how we kind of create the call tells to treat the show to appropriately. That's your point about ab. I think that's something that's probably on a lot of people's mind even at its highest strongest proof home-cooked show to authentic show to and our mortgage can't be bottled above forty four percent tax law and in fact a lot of product most product is bottled between twenty and thirty is that an asset is that a liability is a challenge. What what's your take on. That i mean i think a it's a challenge but that's a positive thing. I think. Challenges good things but it's again i think it goes back to your point Well what we discussed earlier about just needing to focus in on it specifically you know if you make a dockery you know being up to have that little bit anything about forty percent eighty proof it gives you room to open out the spirits whereas if you start with something lower it's you'll everything starts to kind of already be opened out and so it's it's it's it's hard. It's give that kind of profile that you're looking to create and to make sure that your guests has an appropriate johnny that drink whereas if you've got something that starting in different point you just if you throw it into those drinks you're you're going to potentially lose the concentration of carrot to the trying to presents so it's it's almost about reworking it and this is where those larabie cartels can really help It's not that you need the high proof to be able to make good cartel is just those a to the traditional tells were created on those faces to starting with something lower and with a different profile to me it's about being you know a delicacy to the textures the combinations of the aromas And so it's about reworking. The drinks we put these spirits into to showcase some of the different way and that leads us down the kind of low rabi point. That doesn't mean that it won't still have complexity journey and like a adult profile to the drink. It's just that we have to use a different. Starting point follows called tiles. Yeah i i think that the the problem that you know that you you alluded to chris. Is that To an inexperienced bartender. Someone who really doesn't know anything about you know the you can do with cocktail and certainly doesn't understand showed you it's okay. I have a that. I know works. That allen said i have this dockery and so i'm going to just take out the rum and i'm going to put show chew in and now i have a show chew dockery. And that's the most derivative way you can make a drink and a lot of people basically work using those formulas and that doesn't disturb the service to the product itself and to the guest experience. It's not a good way of using that product so for somebody who's not going to do the work to learn about it and to refine their craft. It is a problem but for those of us who are really interested in show in the variety of spirits around the world. It's not just that challenge. It is actually a unique opportunity. Because it's not like you took something that's forty percent and they just added water to bring it down to twenty seven. It was distilled to twenty seven four reason and distilled in a different way. Than the way that you would distill whether it's vodka or whisky even if it's still coming from pots. It was distilled differently at different temperature. Different pressure so that you can get different flavors that you couldn't get you know in a column still going to you know ninety nine percent alcohol and diluting it back down to forty four you know even taking to like one hundred twenty five Proof in the building it back down and putting a barrel. This was meant to be this way so that you can get these. Specific lighter floral characteristics. That don't exist anywhere else next up for the following segment. We'll be heading back over to europe and to france specifically for a session titled positioning socket at the top with the goal of examining. What is it going to take in order to integrate sakai into arguably some of the best restaurants dining establishments in the world for the session. Sebastian is hosting session regular host here. Sebastian the one and he is joined by a pair of guests. One who was our main guest back on episode fifty three when we were looking at could a master. The soccer competition established by our next guest here. In france mr is off twitter and alongside him. He was joined by mr margot peltier. Who is the proprietor of vont in paris. Which has been recognized as having not only one of the best. Why'd programs in all of france but arguably in the entire world here. The three discuss what. It's going to take to convince chefs and what that balance should look like needs to look like in the restaurant in order to integrate sock a into service and into food pairings in ways that will transform opinions and position it at the top. It hard to convince the chefs. It goes on the new proposing pairings to your customers. What about your conversations with the chefs more more ten mile because this is to explore more or Experience with gagging jens bit specific shifts in the infants because very credits widely proposed. Some senior leadership loves it but a deal position. Some chef belong to change and the and our bit afraid by deputies We make regime. I don the sam so we have reached that the is seen dependent. Psychic can make beautiful combination. Become somebody in the ship together. The good if only associate degree it's convicts but we have to speak of the chef. Who said it's a great For your trees and They did some debris sticky. Because the other research also sometimes stop to create the dish aromatic flavors of the agape. Inline nikon reproduce that s- in inflate food due to work like that. But now's the next step i still. Somebody is who speak with a chef. Because it's not that's that's that's a whole different Things you know this is this is why But this is more specific to our industry but we want to avoid the people with that. But it's just that we have to bring back restaurants as fifty percent food and resent service. Never forget that that's for me the whole experience and we have still in the conservative country like france. We still have the too much People that think there're dish are perfect in somebody you have to deal with it. That's it and this. This is most of the sorry to be more done to hurt but This is mostly of the Of the restaurant mostly in high like started me slammed things like that and this is where we had the discussion last week. With a with end. I think where a wine pairing second pairing Nation trying new things. I think it's really be schooled Restaurant that all these young. I'm not talking about me. But all these young people are created. And i think they are more D complex with with all trying new things and this is what makes you vibration because if you do the same thing for many years and to try new things maybe it's not always perfect but trying new new New recipes try. You know talking with me. Eight talking with a great mid not really knows product and things like that. It's so it so it it feed yourself even if you're a chef because we all have different experience we don't we all have different approach so you can always learn from other people here at the restaurant. We have a japanese restaurant japanese chef. Sorry we had a canadian annointing room. We have a woman from jailer. Algeria dining room. And you know this. This is how it goes today and we don't have all these very heavy conservative approach and this is where i think more and more of our clientele are really fitting yourself with with these new generations arriving at. Did you want to give some examples of your of course variety spent to lunch in front. Su i'm suddenly salivating michael. Your rights because jeopardy's Pure and sophisticated and again. You were an in france Agai- lexi march. That's why we don't have the same level of id of Reason i understand why banjul is the best theory People because in japan is fully adequate Fronts against Different things of just example for us who make been sticky period reserve death offer number st here. I'm a perfect match with the interest. Fresh you agree Stocks great dish. units ago. So things So we have a possibility to serve wall second Extra very smooth and when we serve a warm second Degrees of more and more sugar and more and more negative so Engine we after. Of course osa sagir driven mine or a low of forty shing ratio. Ohio independent better. Seventy percents ratio. We begin you meet Here and mushroom. We never chemotherapy because of the earth egypt of mushroom of course season. It's a big part of a future. in france. we dash the cheese. It's a for swine. But with a chief of different kind of the goat's cheese. We can use a fresh debate. Sticky diagnosed sideways goat's cheese and with a co cheese. Us may be more Like emma high for example and the cushion to have the story. I have agreed was a guest. I serve cheese experience in my own restaurants. And i said blank based in simcoe i serve the yellow wine evasion shuttle shuttle. I serve a has a nice serve a shoe of nineteen ninety-two and guests we up. She's different kind of cheese. I said which one do you prefer which me prefer it's An addition dates the free of Please finds the bridge will. He's made without a great. It's impossible we have our glass in this maidens rice. It's impossible so we keep a surprise and we have a great emotion with the and to finish a shoe or or with a mobile is a linear senior Shoot sweet second weasel. It's something are famous. Traditional desert here in france and so you have year ago plate frenchman. You and we can pair with different kinds of against evidence Glass can proposing an upsetting to set one glass from this doctor who's a visit And last but not least we will be examined the all important sockeye in food relationship for the session. We recruited the second expert. Tipsy ms such gold myaghi who has brought together a team of chefs pioneering and very innovative chefs. Who also have an incredible passion for sake and showed you here. She's joined by david. Schlosser the chef. She put me in l. a. Along with his beverage director. Mr christopher with them is ms Soma the chef at carnegie and owner of honey toe in seattle along with mr noble gooda. Who is the chef at peterhouse in phoenix arizona. This segment is a little discussion between such go. And noble song over peterhouse examining how he's approached the integration of sockeye into his food experience. How that has evolved with an alongside wine which was initially a primary offering and how his relationship with soccer has changed over time as he's found some new discoveries one note about this segment. This is because of the topic being food and soccer For this particular program all of our guests prepared a lot of really fascinating and beautiful photos of their work and the parents and incredible experiences that they offer at various establishments which means that the visual element of this particular program is rather exceptional. So i highly recommend checking out the youtube channel after this for that particular reason the other reason being that we did have a few audio issues with this one We really wanted to integrate the voices of all of our other participants in the session into this audio segment. Here however just sort of the way that it all broke up it was tough to find a segment that got everybody in where the audio is really consistent so as a video experience the whole thing is an easy watch and the little audio troubles here and there aren't really an issue however an audio format made it just a little bit difficult which is why we just focused on this one particular exchange however with our other chef's chef's selma and chefs lahser and of course christopher's insight with regards the beverages down there. She boomy. there's lots of great input there so again. We highly recommend you. Pop it over to the youtube channel. Check out the entire segment there. But in the interim go ahead enjoy this look at the second in food relationship starting with nobles on who has been in the streets for forty years or so Works in a very quaint place in a way The phoenix arizona. We want to hear from what your take on sock show. She was In your kitchen how you incorporate socket show chew in your program or how you create dishes like what is sock inch to you well I started. I'll eat a wine. Pairing probably twenty twenty five years in Happened to roll my mind. I didn't think is saturday with i. Do rally style foods not just a japanese style. I do all international with wine. That's how i used to. And one time i was going to bring in my face thing. Menus probably begin or end of casual shoe. Something like that not through the dining basting. It was a challenge when you started. This career was a challenge to incorporate soccer. Because you were trying to entice people to have japanese food or japanese food with mine. One so is likely challenge. And i didn't know what to do and actually the one day i tasted it Three different unique socket blew my mind. That kinda changed the sheriff. Who sake could be airing with a bunch of stuff. So i'm gonna sorry ireland. Start screen sharing her true. This is noble at teacher house. It's really quaint face. It's a remodeled house right well. It's not much remorse original house buildi-. Yeah yeah so. It's not like he is behind all teaching. It's a change do. He's about thirty five seating. And i have a competent mukasa. That he likes to do time without. Yeah so i had a and from japan. It's told me. And i thought how k will be. That's an e but that's something changing on the japanese socket and i was so excited about it to open the bottle and i found a photo of it i think. Tell me if this is the correct this is from yes and me and my wife's american so she'll get with it. I thought whoa this is way too sour sour and i drank half and kept it. Innovator levi's on next day see any change. Actually getting changed my brain changed. I got reset. I said it just like wine there. I started thinking is changing the pairing. Where i thought of is be swimming out there so i started studying luke for more was at their next. I do allow on appealing touts. Its soil unique. We've a long time ago And this is you have this talk in japan. Because it's this is available and in america at the moment correct will. They're willing as i get different friends so thinking about like the acid salt fat relationship to my house. Yes because i have about eight different also tasty menu and a lot of them a rich family staff compared to. I'm not doing too much. Japanese japanese dishes so for example. This hour sake. It's trust with some leach food some sweet psyche. I used to like see. I like dry dry. That's like wine do but then again if you have something sour would make like a lime juice and how you should sauce to make us think about the yukon is shrink because sarah sipping sweet sake you tongue is going to be changed back to huxtables on lightweight. People think it's awesome. Here is almost kind of like a no brainer. But it's interesting to while to guest with the air would be with food not just on food. So that's what i'm doing what you're talking about is it kind of like What chief. I'm audience on talks about in food pairing where. It's like a puzzle piece. There's the there's a piece that's missing and there's a piece that that sock a house and when it when it combines in your mouth which is how japanese people Enjoy food it like completes the dish kind of thing. yes. I think That's why i was not too much in second beginning because the wind. I want long. Hell like forty fifties again. Then if you get something fishy who that goes. Well you have not good moment for a little longer. And understanding security short tails color austa richness but actually does have some long. They'll do so into do with what you tasted in why you drink while second to be say happy. New must belong much as possible. That's my goal but sometimes it will be contrast so. That's what i liked to do. Hosts meal to be up and down on the labor of each beverage and also each food so and another one is happy. He no key. That's makes in a lot of food. Has alana smell psychiatric out smell so smell would be not contrast to like. Why are you saying. It's all puzzled me so very excited about what's going on the socket. Yes and what on talking about is this photo on the right has some olga kazoo. Which is shavings of the cyprus japanese cyprus or what people commonly referred to as japanese cedar and he soaked it in water to really bring out the roma in its set the stage for this heyneke which is like the japanese will or a show very traditional show and this was of course meal That was orchestrated this way period. With all these amazing sake and right in the middle east see the arizona Which is the which was the number one sakai in two thousand eighteen. That was the first year that they had incorporated the american Gay in a japanese competition. make up for surprise. It's like Very enough out in the boonies and holbrook arizona. It's been collaborating in this socket. Cau- su Uses their safia cost to correct. Yes that's But not take on too much time. There is a dish that you mentioned. Or isn't a photo to me of his yoga guinea fowl and some pairing Journey that you made. Can you give us an insight into how this like this pairing can about. This is the soccer that you're drinking too. Correct right yes. I have relationship with a bunch of different vendors in malibu local not everything so one of the guy kingdon x. He bring over one day guinea fowl and i never have in japan. I think chill. I ain't nobody youths that we saw and die. Giving me idea to see what i do and i end up doing this eighteen different kind of spice briand in gray's inn an picking style almost the presentations anything like the guest. There will be little supplies and usually these big spice. I like to with the last week. A key free rose by c. wa uva now sacrifice is on the psyche makes just never hold through key has over. Durham medicine on aftertaste. 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S2 Ep:9 Melophobia... The Fear Of Music
"And I'll just start this. Are you there? I'm over here. I'm down here on the blue track. So every time that's all with start playing at work. You have a seizure a simple noise. Like, a radio could cause her great pain and distress that would last for several days, which is center into a total episode. Broadcasting from Nashville, Tennessee, offering a glimpse inside the music industry. Shedding light on things. They don't want you to know. And exposing some of the industry's biggest secrets you're listening to the turned up on Jasper presented by real sound productions your your hosts Jay Jones at their betwixt and Robert Venables funny doing. Yeah. Funny. Anyway. Oh my goodness. Why you why you my goodness so much food that was last week? I know that you eat that much food that much food aid a lot of food to I think my favorite thing that I ate was the sweet potato casserole had so much Brown sugar and just tons of marshmallows on top. It was perfect. Sweet potatoes are disgusting. When you go over to your mother-in-law's house who is married to a chef things are better than normal. Okay. You win. Great. Although I am very thankful for the food that I had and it was very funny. What was your favorite thing? My favorite thing. Every year is the stuffing. And I don't I mean, I do like fancy stuffing. But I love just the cheap stove top the red box red box at butter and water, and you're done just as much as any stuffing. That's good. Green bean casserole is number two on the list. Just keeps me off list. They're very bottom of my list is sweet potato my list is cranberry sauce stuff. So I don't love cranberry sauce, but I don't like Turkey at all. What is wrong with you? But I like it with cranberry sauce on it. There was a hashtag going around on Twitter ruin like has Tyurin thanksgiving with four words. And I think the best forward like thanksgiving ruining sentence. I could come up with was. Hey, son, were vegan. How can you have thanksgiving Turkey, but you know, Turkey so for you be like what we had ham. I I thinks giving my entire life to not have Turkey and me last year didn't even miss it. Last year was my first year without without Turkey. We had a HoneyBaked ham. Nice stood in line behind your friends that were in. That's right. Yeah. Weight the tall guy, gray hair. Oh, yeah. Guy Penrod guy Penrod that did you stood in line where at HoneyBaked ham store. Yes. As HoneyBaked ham store, it's in Brentwood. That's a real thing. Yeah. Last year, we ate at a buffet for thanksgiving. Have you ever gone to a place and had duck on thanksgiving? Never me. Neither thought it'd be something fun to talk about. But I've got nothing reducton duck. And what is it was the Christmas story or was that Christmas Christmas that it's defa because they had a Turkey in the oven and all the wolf dog things eight it, and they went to the Chinese restaurant because it was open and they had the foul rabbi. Is that racist? It is today was it yesterday. Again. Yes, that's like the Orientale. Right. Like, so oriental if you call oriental now, that's not does not nice but used to that was just a thing that was like saying Asian. Yeah. Is asian. Okay. I think so I think it depends on who you ask. But I think if you ask an Asia there would be like, Nope. Let's like Mexican. I'm sure it's not long until that's racist. But I'm American because I live in America, technically, Mexicans of in America too. But they live in Mexico. So they're Mexican. Yeah. Canadian you live in Canada, a I guess United States, and is not as doesn't off the tongue as well as American United station. Sounds like he'd say it. We should probably introduce ourselves. Well, my name is Jake Joan. I'm Robert Venable today. We're gonna be talking about podcast things. We're actually not talking about podcasts. We're talking about mellow. Phobia mellow phobia, which is drum roll not gonna tell you. Because I want to tell you about my friend, Robert Venable who sitting across from me who just got his haircut today in a way that he's never had his haircut before ever looks. Absolutely amazing. But he tells me that his head is shaped weird, and I can't disagree with the more. He's very very handsome as the horn coming out from the side a big horn. I thought it was a tumor. I could have a tumor. Oh tumor. Robert Venable is a Grammy nominated Dev award winning engineer producer songwriter was shows Ville music drummer for the band as we ascend who's also drummed for tons of other huge amazing bands and lots of small ones. And. Yeah, like as we send whatever man he's a multi instrumentalist before we started recording. Let me hear some of the guitar tracks. He's been working on. And my mind is truly blown on. I'm going to be without a job there. He soon the guy works the likes of Kelly Clarkson, twenty one pilots and many more anywhere from rock gods to pop goddess isn't princesses. I dunno got us as people. But most importantly, he's an amazing friend about my best friend in the whole world. And and I'm very proud of him as he recently plays two hundred fifty third in the two thousand eighteen world extreme ironing championship. You heard that? Right. I really like you iron your clothes. It is a real thing. Look it up. Of course, rubber, you know, it's real thing because you just placed very high number two hundred and fifty three you are too much too. Nice to me there were only two hundred fifty like four people in the whole competition, and my mom was in there with me. And I think she just stopped halfway through to make me feel better and still got third is that right? It's really tough ironing while crying. It's just it's one of those. You just lost your drink. He thought he'd tickets sip while I was talking big mistake. Huge. Yes. So here was middle. Middle of Akron, Ohio, right outside city hall. Set of stairs that we really liked their shake from from. No on mourning. The loss of his cricket mourning. The loss of my of my world record for the smallest. Yeah. You know what? I mean. Anyway, so well that was bad. Blake it on crooked jumping. I dunno. The previous episodes on that one because I was gonna go in every up every everytime. Akron, Ohio is the me in every single episode bigshot Akron. Yep. So two hundred and fifty four of us. My mom included. We decided to line the streets out there on very cold blistering morning in June. And they gave us all we had to bring our own irons in ironing boards, but they had pre checked certified and all that kind of stuff. And they we knew what we write earning. We had no idea wasn't gonna be gabardine was going to be a wool blend or cotton blend or synthetic polyester, which is tough true story once said done an iron for split-second not leaving it but went to iron a pair of pants over polyester. This was not in the seventies. By the way. And the second that the pants like the very first initial fabric on iron contact it. Just singed turn like melted and turn into this plastic. He syrupy goo which made strings of syrupy Google to the iron, and it just ruined them. And know where your dreams of being in the world ironing championship extreme ironing championship. Yeah. I I was born. Yeah. So I did learn that you have to plug in the irons before you try to iron things, and that tears from weeping do not help make creases in khaki pants. Well, you're very good at it. So wasn't very good at it came next to last. Thanks mom for loving me that much to take place. Very good ironing my dad's better, which is weird. He was military though. So I think they made you iron in the military, and that makes sense every Sunday before church dad would iron clothes a wildly. I used to have to iron my own clothes every Sunday before church, and I got. in trouble if they weren't ironed. So once I turned sixteen fourteen fourteen I had ironbound close anyway, Jake Jones. Hi, hi. Hi there s you wearing a Q base hat today. Lady. I'm not I'm not a lady. Are you? Sure lady, you're tarring lady crank Yankers, right? I'm not very good with TV shows and movies and actors and stuff horrible for to lately. I've. Two for two or two four two for the last two the five hundred before that I was way off. Dude. So you being the shortest member of the band as we ascend at six foot two. And that's not a lie to bam with giants. We should change her name to something we ascended amongst the giants never no never catch on those guys. Just had a record. Check it out. They are actually really good ban young guys, but very very talented and very short. They are all pretty sure sure short guys, but they're really young people. Well to them they are amongst the giants like literally at all times just going to WalMart. We're amongst giants. Make sense, you're the singer and one of well acing her and Egas harp player for the band as we ascend. 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 lunch starts to rise up your SAFA guess a nearby clerk notices you shaking and asks you if everything is okay. But no matter how hard you try your unable to utter a single word. You my friend have Mela phobia, the fear of music really suck for what I do for a living would not be what you did for a living. That's for sure no way, so mellow. Phobia. The fear music the origin comes from the Greek word. Mellow Pia Mopeia. Yes. Like onomatopoeia, right? Some people say mellow DEA. Same thing. It's the art of forming a melody and phobia, of course, meaning fear. Right. Not to be confused with fun of phobia the fear of loud noises, although they can overlap. Yeah. Also, not to be confused with the twenty thirteen caves elephant album thing. I caught Hobe ah or the talking heads record fear music. You're music big breakout one. So if you start to Google this you're gonna find a lot about the talking heads and caves elephant, it was really tough trying to do some kind of research on this without stumbling, you know, nine out of one hundred articles are about cage the elephant. So you have to really dig deep to find something about this. Maybe searched the archives of read it or some other random forums people with different phobias and you'll find some stuff, but we found some stuff we were we found a really interesting vice article that talked about it and they sat down with Dr Dr Marcia Johnson. And so we'll we'll be talking quoting her a little bit in this episode because she works with people with auditory issues and deals with people with Mel phobia, so mellow phobias, no small thing, and it's maybe a little more common than you. And I had thought previous to knowing this even existed. Symptoms include things like extreme, anxiety and panic. Yeah. Yeah. Shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat. Excessive sweating dry mouth nausea in ability. To articulate words and shaking, and we constructed a nice beautiful little story told me story hitting on all of those symptoms. It's a real thing. And that's I mean, those are those are. I'm just reading through them and thinking about anything that would cause all of that at once would be terrible. But especially hearing music, and it causing all of that would be awful and upon doing research on this particular phobia, it's interesting to know that that you can't like a lot of times is not from birth. Sometimes you acquire this. This this fear. This actual. Not a disease necessarily, but this does disease. I would call it a disease. It seems to be more like a mental illness. Sure, you can acquire it later in life at anytime based off of wellness dig into this. Why what are some causes of of mill phobia? Well, most of the time, but not all the time. It can be traced to a mixture of internal predispositions like genetics and stuff. Yeah. All that stuff that makes sense, and a an also some kind of traumatic event now that could be like what we think of as a traumatic event you've got beat or something while there was a song playing. But typically traumatic event is something like just traumatic to your ears. So I mean, I was thinking about this could've been having fun enjoying yourself. But your ears took a beating and create a lot of pain or something or if maybe you at a concert in someone hit the wrong button and blasted the music, and if you're a certain type of person in your brain react certain ways that could traumatize you for life. Even if you're. Eddie young age when this happens or at any age, if you're a certain type of personality where things gets you stick with you and can traumatize you if something like that happened. Then you have this Mela phobia. And anytime you hear music or you think he's played you're scared. You're scared to go to concerts, and maybe it starts there. Maybe it starts like, well, I'm not going to concert anymore because I know what happens also hear music WalMart's when WalMart anymore. I actually if I get in the car, maybe the musical come on turn the car on. So it I I'm magic it could be fairly easy to become reclusive. Yeah. Well, there's a we've got a story about someone very specifically that all of those things go so. For Mela phobias, specifically the greatest causes our tonight's or ring that really high pitched ringing in your ear. Right. Which is like if you I mean, your ears work, like, they're a muscle that muscles and bones. And then a membrane your drum. Right. And those muscles in your ears are just like any other muscle. You can hyper extend them by causing them to vibrate too much. If if the sound is too loud or for too long of time you wear it out and when your ear muscles get sore instead of aching regular muscles. They ring and that that's that's called tennis annoying. It's really knowing especially if you go to loud concerts, most of the time. I'm sure once you get home unless you already damaged or ears too bad. You'll hear that ringing in your ears. That's that's what that is. The other one is nothing. I had heard of prior to to this. Search hyper acuse or Kucice talking about like acoustic, hyper accuses and that is an increased sensitivity to certain frequencies in volume ranges of sound. And so that sensitively could be just a sort of like, oh, I really don't like that sort of sensitivity or it could be a physical like, oh that hurts either or and negative effect or negative implication in your brain exactly make sense to me. So all that is according to Dr Marcia Johnson, an audiologist and clinical director at the organ, the organ tonight is and hyper accuses clinic does a whole clinic about this. There is and because tonight is is fairly common. And I'm what's funny as as we were going through this because you'll we'll we'll talk about it later. You can have this phobia and not know it or no that that's what that is. And and looking back, I have one friend in particular that kind of checks off a lot of these boxes. I remember him constantly wearing ear protection. Really having these big freak outs. If if you ever made a loud noise that, you know. Before he could get his ear plugs. In was he on the spectrum at all, do, you know, I don't think so because I know some people that are on the spectrum or with down syndrome or other people have an extreme sense of since Titi to new ways or sound general. Some of them are giving, you know, earmuffs, or your plugs or something just for being in public wanna try and try not to give details away with this guy was a very very well known musician taint. Okay. Keep going doesn't mean that he wasn't any of those things. But I don't think so. Gotcha. So. What does Noah phobia, look like bluish around the edges sharp sides? I could picture that nothing like that. Okay. I was way off phobias actually typically a fairly rational fear man is one of those things that because of the wide range of frequencies associated with music, you know, the highs and lows in the louds and the quiets it can easily triggering episode of tonight is in those who are easily susceptible. It's hard saying that word sometimes septa up the Bill. The Bill for the same reason music civically can be extremely painful for those with hyper accuses or a Kucice essay 'cuse. Like flows up a little better for this reason is not uncommon for chronic sufferers of these conditions turn their rational caution into an irrational fear, and that's important in an effort to avoid the problem altogether. So that a rational fear is when people begin to cross the line into mill phobia. Okay. So. Yeah. So it makes sense. It's I went to a concert it hurt. My ears like hesitation for two weeks might ears rang. And I couldn't sleep now that it's gone away. And yeah, just what you said I never ever want to ever do anything that could even possibly may be remotely caused that to ever happen again. And so they go too far the other way and wear your plugs to to drink their coffee in the morning, right? And there are people who who funny there are people who get in car accidents and will never ride in a car again or will wear a helmet while they're driving just because they had a head injury from being in a car wreck. And it's not it's not totally irrational. But can become a little like, okay? Hey, that's a little much. But yes, same way with this. Like, we said earlier go to a loud, concert, pleasure, Drome or something. Well, not doing that again or scared or what if what if that happens while we're shopping at Kroger with if someone hits the wrong button. Nope, not going, suddenly, you're close. Yeah. And and as you'll see. In in this vice article, Dr Johnson actually tells a story of kind of what this looks like because it's a pretty extreme. So in two thousand ten vice posted an article, titled the fear of music or just fear of music scary. Dr Johnson tells the story of one of her patients that will call Jane. She can't tell what the what the gals real name is Jane makes sense Jane suffers from hyper accuses and as a result is locked in her bedroom. Twenty four seven unable to leave for more than just a few minutes at a time. Oh, yeah. Her hyper accuses was triggered by the onset of arthritis while she was in college studying singing. Ironic. Well, while the our threat is didn't directly affect her hearing whatsoever. It did cause immense to billeting pain in her joints and muscles and everything that arthritis does resulting in her having to drop out of school and give up her and Bishen for musical career starting to get a picture. So she's associated in this pain with the loss of her music career, basically. Yes, she saying, you know, I I will never get to have a career in music because I'm having to drop out of college. I can't I mean in this article talk about literally her classmates had to carry her to her to her classes. She was that's the only way she was able to get through college. And so while I would argue we'll know you don't have to give up on your dreams. She did. And so she's like I can just never listen to sound again. I can't listen to music too. Yeah. So the depression and psychological distress that it caused allowed her to only be able to tolerate about fifteen minutes of any kind of noise whatsoever. But especially music, and the human voice the radio per day. Per day. Fifteen minutes a day. You can't do anything. And you can't turn the blender. No, TV definitely no blender not. But like, even well, I mean, you had a house creaky floors. You'll see a simple noise like a radio could cause her great pain and distress that would last for several days, which is Senator into a total episode. So we say MRs mental, right? Not like insulin negative way. But this is like literally a mental thing this. Maybe it's like psychologists could help you get over. We'll right. Well, we'll we'll get there. Okay. So she had to wear earplugs. Ninety nine percent of the day even limiting her exposure to things like a ceiling fan or soft outdoor noises birds chirping or the wind or whatever things. Yes. She couldn't even do that. He's so this Dr Johnson said that she had to treat her with with therapy. Of course. But because of her phobia could only speak with her a total of about fifteen minutes. We ask cumulatively like fifteen minutes. So maybe a minute here. Maybe write down things or emailer. I I don't know. So this was two thousand ten quitting music. Maybe a psychologist. So Jane couldn't bring yourself to leave her home. And that's why had to be over the telephone. And yeah, Jane was twenty three years old at the time that she was having treatment. And I don't know the follow up on Jane. But that is a you can't just leave me hanging. A great example of the day in the life of someone with Mila phobia. So this is along the same lines as music genetic Pelosi and audio genyk seizure disorder. I could see the comparison, you know, that sound triggering something in your brain for sure, I definitely would say that while I know plenty of people who would look at someone with Mela phobia NBA like, oh, you baby. Get over it. Somebody with music genyk epilepsy. Step up here. It's no laughing matter. So in two thousand eight twenty five year old Long Island woman named Stacey Gail was actually diagnosed with music genyk epilepsy. It's untreatable by medicine and the cause of her frequent grand mouse, seizures remained a mystery until she started noticing that every time get this. Sean Paul's song temperature. So every time that that's all with start playing, you know at work on on shuffle in our car at a party on TV. She'd have a seizure. Wow. I remember this making the news is not ridiculous. So it turns out the specifics frequencies that are using the song. Like just the way it happened in Jake you, and I we produce music for living and a lot of times, we're not thinking about specific frequencies interacting as far as this note ads this note, like a Mathis waging could create these kind of overtones or harmonic. Just to get completely nerdy with you like. Four hundred and forty Hertz. A in the scale is how reference are pitch. Just just definitely have to know. But there are resonant frequencies if you play that note on it gets har- that'd be at eight hundred eighty hurts. This is double as well as two hundred and twenty Hertz and a half as well, as you know hundred ten hurts fifty five hundred is really low and goes all the way up to where he can't hear it. And when you add that to another note in the chord, there are other frequencies that appear and you and I know this because we're nerds, and we do for living concede on spectral graph. And we can figure it out, and we can hear it. And why is that harmonic coming? The whole another thing those are called overtones and undertone and harmonica and things that just happened are generated that aren't we're not we're playing in a in a c- together. But it's might be creating another note summer side, note, total gonna rabbit trail just for a second. Go save that thought saying pen in two thousand seventeen are banned as we send our very first show ever in not Akron, Ohio. But at at Woodlake. Yeah. Just outside Akron. And so we have a song called tell me. It was is our number one hit. Yeah. And the song starts off with this really deep low rumble based pan. You might hear the beginning of our podcast. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. That's the song. Every episode every episode that's the song. So that low base whenever you're on stage. And it starts playing it's blasting two sub woofers. I mean, it shakes the stage. And that's the only thing playing win the vocals come in. When I start singing loop. Yeah. And so that's what I'm listening to to find my note to find my own which in a studio or isolated situation or car or ipod is very easy to find reference to that note totally but on that stage because there wasn't just one sub woofer. There were like eight on each side. There were plenty of them. They all were balancing off of different things on the stage. They were bouncing off of trees and the people in the crowd, and the everything and blending together to create overtones and harmonica that generated a different note than what was actually playing. It's real life this happens. So in my ear. We we didn't have any day. No, we're just using floor wedges used in years. But I don't eat him. Trump's that base was so overwhelming that I heard a note that I was that was not real. And that was the note that I thought I was supposed to be singing too. And it sounded clear as day. I mean, it didn't it wasn't confusing. I heard it just perfectly perfectly clear. I'm like. Oh, okay. There's no. And you saying authority you came in with like, this is the nominee do because you heard whatever that resonant frequency was. Until you realize that sounds weird when you start playing guitar. Yeah. All of a sudden our other singer and guitarist Justin for Shaw, he starts singing his part, like, wait a minute. He singing the wrong thing. I had no idea. What was going on? Oh, no. I'm singing the wrong thing. And I mean, it's totally bizarre. It's it was a it was a mind game. You know, once you like whenever you if you ever look at an image, and you perceive, it you've seen we've seen those online you. Yeah. You know, you look at it. And it's confusing. You can't tell what it is until you until you're I finally locks into it. And then you can't see it. No matter how hard you try. It's like now all I see every time. I look at that image that thing as stink in Jahra land. Laurel Yanni thing yet? I can only hear certain way now so L. Yeah. Also, the goal dress blue dress. So yeah, the blue dress turns out, it was blue and black like the people who who owned it normal people said that that's what it was. And there's a whole shoe thing paint. Yeah. So the problem for me that day on stage was that song was blue and black. And I was seeing golden I was hearing golden white in my ear and started singing, golden light. And then I turns out I was wrong thing. Black and yellow there's little black and yellow video of it online. And I wanted to go away. But it won't probably the most place have on video would probably. Yeah. So, but that's just approve your point even further that there are extra notes and harmonica and other frequencies that are generated when multiple frequencies blend together. And we don't think about those. Sometimes we do if we hear them or maybe, hey, let's just watch some build up or in the mixing mastering phase, we see spectral graph. That will what does that? And then you start hearing can't hear it. However. It just happens life. That's what I mean. Even talking in a room right now. There are reflections going off. If you sit on the other side of the room, you'll hear a different frequency than I might hear over here. We listened some songs, and you heard the silver a lot lot more base over where you're sitting them where I was sitting anyway, so Stacey. Gayle her. Sean Paul's temperature start having seizures. It's like an episode of Seinfeld commercial everytime. I commercial played they'd have seizure anyway. So this was actually confirmed by her doctor a shush meta who had to perform multiple brain surgeries to cure. Stacey of this rare form of epilepsy. So incredible. What doctors do the knowledge, and like, you know, what you're having seen every time. You hear that song? Let me root around in there with a stick for a minute. Burn save, Dan. It's gonna cut the red wire. And see what happens, and how do you test that like, okay, you're wake? I just one more thing. I want to say I got the right thing. It's okay. So are you ready for this go? So while she could she could pinpoint it to that song specifically. Yeah. You know? Of course, there are other things in the world and in her life that were also hitting those same frequencies. She was a Bank teller and might be at work and have a seizure or two or five or seven. In. She was let go from her job after having ten Caesar's one day. She also saying on her church's choir. Yeah. That didn't work out. Wow. Had to quit quizzing at church. Oh, but she specifically recalled hearing choose remembering. Oh, yeah. I was at that party and Sean temperature came on. And I was just thing you remember. I was jamming to Sean Paul's temperature jumped up on the bar. And then boom, he'll know that'd be awful. So what this doctor actually did was got her got her in the room plugged in some headphones and put on the song and sure enough so they opened up her skull and put a bunch of electrodes then to find out where in her brain was happening. So incredible lead closed it all back up. So they hadn't fixed anything yet. Just a monitor it. And while she was out. They started playing on. Sure enough her brain started freaking out, and which I feel like my brain might do that every time Connie west comes on. I just have a seizure. My brain's just like us. Sucks. My I have a seizure happens in my right arm hits the little dial. It turns it to me. Oh, it makes sense. It's crazy. Every time. I hear I. Okay. So we do we have the same certain artists. You must have audio genyk seizure disorder only on the right arm. Right arm, only during on US tweet me. But but no. And so once they figured out what part of her brain, this was happening in they opened our backup took the electrodes out and literally just removed the portion of her brain that that was having these seizures a little bit of a lobotomy, and she hasn't had a seizure percents. That's great has she done anything ever since just to clarify as far as I know her life is totally normal. That's cool. I'm going to tweet her find her I'm gonna find Stacy on Twitter, and we're going to talk. You should actually if you if you look for you'll find her she's not very hard to find online. But so what exactly is? Music oh, genyk epilepsy or oughta eugenic seizure disorder. Like, really like, we we know that this woman was listening to a certain song, and it was causing her to have a seizure, but let's dive into that just a little deeper. I think we should according to Dr Marcia Johnson certain sounds or tones K music can stimulate the central nervous system in a way that provokes a brain seizure. But then she continues and says, quote, I seen quite a few of these cases over the years are often induced by closed head injury or an illness. Interesting. I recall one fellow who was in a rear end whiplash car accident a two thousand Hertz to kilohertz pure tone was presented to his left ear in a sound booth. I at zero decibels, which you know, you can't hear it doesn't exist and then raise slowly one display at a time. He went into a grand mouse seizure about twenty decibels, which is pretty off Jake. I mean, you're thinking concerts are anywhere from ninety one hundred and twenty decibels just so loud, really loud. But twenty decibels. I mean, that's pretty quiet. That's that's quieter than like Carlos. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So another such patient following a similar car. Accident suffered complete loss of consciousness consciousness learning. How to talk when trucks roared by with their lower frequency rumbles, which is true. So if you ever sitting in your house and your. Truck drive by sometimes you can hear before it really gets there. You're the. And then you hear the brake brake squeal or whatever, but she would follow the ground since Lewis in that case, I suggest that the neurologist conduct a resting EEG. And this showed that her brain was normal when resting in a quiet environment. When an audio monitor was attached via headphones and stimulus at five hundred Hertz, which is I mean, mid low is not low. It's not like super sub frequencies or anything though who. Yeah. Yeah. Did that together those fun? But the middle free was presented her brain EEG showed epileptic type activity. Now, all these situations are truly rare more common lighter form of this issue is known as toil syndrome and is typically treated in dizziness or balance clinics, which I didn't know there was such a thing as dizziness for balanced clinic. And it is really interesting are are years and the fluid in our ears, which we all have normal and sh should be rising and falling throughout the day for different reasons normally. Yeah. But completely affects our sense of balance equilibrium. Yeah. Like a little level that you use in in a garage while you're building with wood sea level a little liquid bubble. Yeah. Our brains do the same thing. It's true statement. So if you have Mila phobia. Just kinda screwed. Will you were asking earlier? And there are some things that you can do so Mela phobia is as with. Bumble all phobias. It's a it's an issue of the mind, just wrapping your brain around too much. Yeah. And and so first of all if you want to treat it you have to try to get to the cause if you can so some doctors might prescribed drugs, but just like with anything drugs might help quell the symptoms, but won't won't solve the problem. You know, just like, you know, if you if you're depressed, you can get on any depressants, but that's not gonna fix your depression. You know, you might need to see someone figure out what's causing your depression, and then try to med. So what was that show better? Call Saul the guy who wouldn't go outside because he thought he his brother. Brother. Yeah. Yeah. Kristie allergic to trinity that that's created by the phone lines. Or trysofi lines or even the son. So he has whole house foiled up, and so interesting total rabbit trail. But I know you've never really do find out if he really was really wasn't. I think you do really. Yeah. Go back and watch it. Okay. So good. I wouldn't mind watching it again. It's a great show breaking out of the movie what we're gonna or rumors of it or something really going to Google that right now why you continue talking. I'm back those crawl out of this rabbit hole. Crazy so so treatments for Mel phobia. Probably something I would do if I had it is counseling and rehabilitation pretty simple, the counselor or or Dr will expose the patient to common. Sounds and soft music for limited periods of time starting with a very brief exposure. And then. Extending the time allowed is that their peak continues, the ideas that the patient is able to eventually learn that normal everyday sounds or music reasonable level aren't going to hurt them. Because that's typically their their biggest fear is that Ono while the music at WalMart is going to cause me to have tonight is again. Yeah. And then, of course, in the example of that girl. She was so hurt and distraught by the fact that she had to give up on her dreams that just the idea that anything in the world was making sounds was completely unbearable for man. And there's oddly enough there is in some ways that I could really to that. I was in a band. We were doing really, well we were on our way up and then for reasons completely outside of my control the band came to an end and for that for a brief moment. I was worried I thought that my dreams were over all this work, and and pain, and and just everything that I had put into this for years was just gone. An instant. And I didn't want to listen to music. I resented every band. I just hated everything for for a minute because I was like man, I just heard about my own stuff. And I got over it very very quickly and started another band, but I couldn't which are cooler will in a couldn't start a band until I got through that. Because initially I was like I don't want to be in another base that break-up. It was a better girlfriend anyway. Oh, can you side notes? Mooch side notes. Yeah. It was confirmed as of November seventh that breaking bad is coming out with a new movie at two two hour long movie, which could end better call Saul. Look it up. So I heard that they signed on for another season, but this movies in the works press. Like right now. I know. I mean, we knew that was finite because of injury they have to catch up. Yeah. To breaking bad can't go on forever, but they do throughout better. Call Saul show bits of after breaking bad the beginning of every season, you know, and the last two or three seasons. If you watch him back to back string together in one story is true, which I did recently, we digress. Anyway, another treatment for Mela phobia is hypno- analysis or hypnotherapy which is exactly what it sounds like. They're about that. Right. Well, so get this. This is really interesting for me, therapists, speaks of the patient speaks of the patients sub-conscious hypnotize ING them and retraining their mind to associate good thoughts and feelings towards music. It's quick it's safe. It doesn't require any kind of medicine doesn't doesn't take too long. But the interesting thing is is to me. I would. Instantly assume, oh, well, that's holistic not that all holistic things are bad. But that's just a nice idea. And you know, that's cool. If it works there's scientific, but it's backed by the American Medical Association, aiming you watch any documentary on Netflix and know that that could be sketchy though, I mean, it could be but the political bull, and it's it's been back since nineteen fifty eight and never challenge smoking was. All right. Then is true. But since then the AMA said smoking's bad, but they haven't said that him therapies bad. But let me what am gonna get. To is therapy doesn't cause cancer Jake. We'll find out. No. But the thing is it's it's a mind thing. So even if being hypnotized in the way that we think of as being hypnotized, you know, where you're just like not in control of yourself anymore or like a pocket clock. That's right. So so even if that's not real, and I'm not saying, it is or isn't. I have no idea try to hypnotize. My brother wants it didn't work I've tried to hypnotize myself. But, but regardless if it even if it doesn't work that way, we're talking about a disease of the mind, and that is literally controlled begins and ends with your thoughts. And so this is an example of any kind of placebo should a person genuinely truly believe that it works would cure them. Because it's not a physical issue in any way, which your brain is very powerful and can do that. I mean at placebos for really work, they work with actual physical elements. If you don't know. Placebo is actually just sugar pill. It's just a pill naive. I mean, these calms sugar pills have sugar in them anymore, but just the pill. Does nothing there's no medicinal qualities to it whatsoever. It's just a trick your brain thinking. Hey, take this pill. I'm helping this problem. I have I'll get over this cold faster by taking this cold pill, which pills, really nothing. Well, in fun fact, every clinical trial of any medication that is ever allowed to be for sale involves a fifty percent blind placebo. So that means that out of a hundred people that agree to go through the medical trial of this new medication half of them. Fifty those people are going to be taking placebos, but not knowing they're taking placebo. Right. But no, no is blind. Yeah. So they don't know double blind. So no one knows whether they're taking the real one of the placebo. And then at the throughout this study, they they checkup continually about symptoms and different things aggressive whatnot. And so the idea. Being that if the actual medication does just as well as the placebo, then there's just the medicines not really doing anything. But people's minds telling that it is. But it's very interesting to look at those studies, I take a medication every day. And and so I researched the study of it and stones vitamins are not medication Jake. Yes, they are every day. I don't even chew him. Just swallow him. The red ones are not doesn't make them any special any more special than the bamboo. No breads. No, you're. Wrong. Take take your take your take your. Take your pocket right pocket. I'm impressed with your ability to fake chew. Wow. Sounded like you really drink something in shoot something. But you didn't really show anything that's drink something. He's it. So so that makes it I don't know. That was just a fun thought. Fun fact, another the Netherlands fund it is. And do you wanna talk about this one in L P, so neuro linguistic programming basically in a nutshell? It's the study and practice of how we create our reality. The basic premise of NLP is that the words that we use reflect an inner subconscious perception of our problems. So if these words and perceptions are accurate, they will create an underlying problem as long as we continue to us into think them, you know, make this whole mental thing in our brain is really powerful, so our attitudes. Are you know in a sense a self fulfilling prophecy in this therapy? A neuro linguistic therapists will analyze every word in phrase patient uses to describe their. Items or concerns about their health in therapist will then examine the patients facial expressions and body movements. I'm guessing they video this go back analyze it. Brian you'd have to there's no other way to I mean, that's really good. So after terminating the problem or problems, the therapist will help their patient understand the root cause and therapists will help them reshape their thoughts and mental associations in order to fix their preconceived notions. And you hear about this a lot. But I guess you don't really realize it's called in L P or neuro linguistic programming. Just hear people saying, hey, your your thoughts can determine in in project your outlook for the day and can change the pattern of you know, all that kind of stuff. But apparently, there's some truth behind that growing up in the type of church that I that I grew up in they speak very often of how your words shape, your reality much, the same God spoke creation into existence. What do you believe that? Or not. It's it's a fact that the words that we use in the thoughts that that that we have definitely do affect us because it's perception is reality. And that is true. That's not. A weird holistic thing. That's scientific fact whatever, you know, whatever, you perceive is what you genuinely believed to be real Robert says something and my perception of it is that he was being rude. As far as I know. And as far as I'm concerned, my tire realities that Robert is rude. Whether he is or isn't. And so he is. What's even more interesting with that is that's a very an just here's a here's a free tip for you listening right now. That is a wonderful life hack is recognizing that everyone's perception is their reality, especially as pertains to trying to defuse any kind of hostile or angry sort of organs ordeal with children or the exactly deal children late night. I don't wanna go to bed because blah, blah, blah might happen to you. That's completely irrational that there's a monster. That's gonna suck your brains out. But to them, they think that's a reality. It's real to them as in the grass in the front yard cartoons. They're allowed to watch that happens. So like, you have to convince them look that's stupid. You can't say that. But you have to be like, I see you have a fear of this happening. Let me show you how this isn't going to happen or maybe I can protect you or whatever. Yeah. I always used to you know, kind of take up this idea if someone was upset with me for something that wasn't true. For instance, you know, somebody might be upset because they misunderstood something. That I said I would just kind of a very blase attitude like, well, it's not my problem. That's not what I meant. So I'm not going to apologize. I'm not going to do anything about that. 'cause they're wrong. That's not what I meant. But then realising that will is far as they're concerned as far as they know that is actually what you meant that xactly. And so that the kind of helps you take your own, you know, pick up a little bit of your own responsibility and say I need to fix this issue myself, even this not what I meant to them. That is what I meant regardless of what I think so. Yeah. Fun. Fact, we can move on. Because if you've noticed he's been getting a little little bit more bizarre as we've gone we're getting out there. You put something in the notes, which I'm not exactly familiar with about energy psychology. And I don't know what that is. So as hoping you would expound on that a little bit. So I've heard of this before and I've heard of it used to treat all kinds of things, especially like, depression, and an old friend of mine with an eating disorder went to this and swore that it worked and she told me about it. And I thought it sounded crazy psychology energy psychology. So I I've never heard call it that it was actually. Referred to it as letters. It was three letters. And I I looked it up. But ABC's. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. So she would go read her aby. No. So energy psychology is a type of therapy that uses various techniques like acupressure, yoga, Tai Chi. Quite on all the things, and what what my friend us energy medicine. So which just the thing a little out there for me. So all of this is designed to teach people simple steps for making changes in their lives. The techniques stimulate energy points on the surface of the skin which when paired with specific psychological procedures can shift. The brain's electro chemistry while this type of Europe is still contra very controversial area. I can imagine it appears to be very helpful with dealing with phobias, and you know, specifically dealing with the energies, they talk about energies and Auras here that a lot especially being in the music industry. Like, I are we here people come into the studio talk about the energy or the vibe or the aura or the colors. They see around us about say colors. I've dealt with a lot of artists many from other countries to who will say you've got a really good or I could see a little purple here. I on what that means. But I just say, thank you. And if that's important to them, then I'm glad that I was the right color, or whatever that is. Well, in in, you know. There's people that will use stones different types of of molecules. And there are people who take it very much to the spiritual crystals and stuff. But there are people who will argue that. Well, it's the molecular structure, the that changes energy. I mean, we know that energy is real can get into the planet's aligning certain ways or the way the moon is overhead right? Just energy. I once went with my wife, I think we're married at the time. Yeah. To a doctor in Phoenix where they used energy to heal the back problem. She had. And again to me the whole time. I'm sitting there trying not to laugh thinking this is a bunch of just skies a quack like not toucher, but rubber hands like his hands above her a few inches above her skin just from head to toe back and forth back and forth. Like, oh Clinton. Does this hurt over year? Does your back hurt on this part? It's like, yeah. I'm like, babe. It's like everybody's back there. As a four hundred year old man, I can tell you my back's been hurting there for centuries. She she she was all about it. And her dad too and to me, it was just weird. And that's just because not saying that it's right or wrong, a real or fake or whatever it is. And maybe that kind of coincides with the mental thing the placebo effect, if they say, hey, your energies, no line here. I can align your energy, and they think mentally now my energy is aligned my back wanna hurt anymore. It could happen again back to perception is reality if their perception is one hundred percents that that works or that worked than their realities that it did. And to me, I'm going they no way now when you're dealing with physical ailments. I don't know. I mean, like like we were saying the mind is a strong thing. But if specifically like a phobia that is a hundred percent mental. The naked very much understand why these might work very very well. And I mean, the reason they're listed here is because they're commonly used techniques because your work sharp, and these are techniques that are used like I said with my wife, they're not just for physical ailments, but you know, for mental illnesses and seemed to bring positive changes in the lives of those who try them make sense. Yeah. So I was looking on forms online trying again trying to scour the internet for anything having to do with Mila, folk limping and it's tough. It's a real thing and people have it. But they're not a lot of there's not all resources for it. We'll talk about this here in a minute. But it's a lot of people. It's not that uncommon. The people typically are very embarrassed by it. I can understand why you don't hear about it so much. So I found a forum on fandom about Mel phobia. And this one Nana Caesar says, quote, I went from a classically trained. And coloratura soprano whose entire life was accompanied by music of all genres rock folk classical jazz to a weeping quivering wreck who could not bear the sound of TV commercial jingle following the death of my husband. I had never heard of anything like this. Neither had my therapist over months and months of a unique treatment we came up with suitable for me, I was able to get things under control. What I did was I began to sing a narrative of whatever I was doing around the house. You know, I kinda do that by the way. A kind of narratives of everything I do me to especially to my kids driving in my car. This guy doesn't know how to use the signal that is out of blinker fluid. What happened to him? I used to have the worst road rage. Like, I had the worst road rage do. And that is that is how I completely got rid of my road rage. One hundred percent in sync to people. I think it's fine that you say you completely got rid of that I have ridden in the car with you recently am like I'm gonna die really not that bad. Remember that tour? We went up north usually I'm just really cast. We were in the car for like, thirty hours. This is true, literally, literally thirty hours, and you drove more than I did. Okay. Close almost absolved my road rage almost we'll put it at a good eight percent. Listen it helps. Okay. Okay. Enjoy getting mad. Why she fist I mean? Anyway. Okay. Back to the quote. Where did I leave off? I was reading a quote from this anonymous person. Okay. So they began to sing. And they're of whatever they were doing run house. Okay. Says a kind of operatic rec- recited HIV. Makes sense that going to be my best guess for that word for as long as I could. It was silly. And it made me laugh the laughter helped the most I think so it kind of as you want to call it broke character for what normally he or she would be weirded out or hesitant about or scared of or you know. Wow. Fearful of the laughter completely broke that character. And it was like, oh, that's funny. I can get my car. I can turn on TV as funny. What am I doing? Yeah. It's funny anyway, so singing to yourself, which is kind of. I mean, I guess if you have arachnophobia you're scared of spiders, putting a spider in your pocket is like the opposite of should be doing. No, no. So so okay to that. Specifically technophobia I used to. I mean, if I was in the same room as a spider. I there was nothing else. Like think about. It would scare me so bad. I had to deal with it right now. Okay. I lived in may possibly still live in. I live in a house on a lot of property. Lots of grass, lots of trees and lots of spiders. What's very would in house of what? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's like very rustic wood and on acreage is like a huge amount of acres of woodland there. There we saw deer and all sorts of things pieces of deer. Second wildlife, you know, their habitat you're living in right? And and so I started seeing more spiders than I could handle and was forced into a situation where okay, I can either be terrified one hundred percent of the day or I can get over this really fast. Yeah. And so what I wound up doing was some research. I researched. Sure did every kind of spider that I saw as well as other types of spiders in the area, and what kinds of spiders, poisonous, what kinds of spider poison are deadly which kind just hurt which and everything so much so true that there was a spider in my bathtub a couple of weeks ago. And I wanted him in my studio because that particular spider eats, other kinds of spiders that are really bad. Yeah. And so I tried to catch it and bit me it bit me on my finger. And it didn't. I mean it felt like a pinch. And it might have startled me a little bit. But it didn't bleed if there was poison. I definitely didn't feel it, and I wound up catching the spider, and I put him in my studio, and he's far is still in there. Eating bad, spiders and bad bugs where we're we what city or state Moore where where we went on a Brown recluse hunt. And we found several was that Ohio. I mean, you could just say Ohio, and it's a pretty solid guess, I think we were in Ohio, I'm fairly certain. We were in Ohio we found six and one night. We've found a whole bunch of Brown reclusives, and we couldn't find our problem was not being able to find other bugs to feed them because we wanted to have like a battle royale in the plastic cups that were in the hotel room. We eventually just put all the Brown reclusives in one jar last man standing and the biggest one eight them all. Yeah, they won. They were just like spider bits the next morning. We posted videos social media counts for that. They give us a huge discount on that room. If not for free. I can't remember it's a little finagling too. Because I the guy there was a young guy a kid, I even say working the front desk like the late shift, and he's like we'll just wash them, right? Or like, we just said we found six Brown reclusives in the room that we were staying in very very first. He was like, oh, it's not a Brown. Clues. Well, here it is Google, and here's the spider. I've got it right here. Yeah. This is to hold it. The epitome of if you don't think it is. Said how much she willing to bet on this? Well, and and Brown reclusives, so I was thinking no one in my family was allergic because my house last year was infested with them. Yeah. And when I say infested, I mean, not even last year this year almost last year while we live in the south. It wasn't six that we've found three in the hotel room. We found six in my home matter of about what ten fifteen minutes just because we decided to look we found one. I write we found one everywhere we looked and I think it was time to eat dinner. So we just quickly found three in the hotel room. We found six in in a room in your house because we were like this look for seeing any like there's probably were one is oh there's two there. They are. And and I thought there's no way that there's this many and we've never been paid. And and we hadn't so I just thought because like poison Ivy not everyone is allergic to Brown recluse bites. That's a fun fact when when you see photos of people with big nasty holes in their schedule the worst ones who are very allergic to them. Yeah. That's so that's not. I mean, yes, it's the venom. But it's their bodies allergic reaction to the venom. Right. And and not everyone's allergic. In fact, only ten percent of the population is actually allergic to Brown. Recluse? Venom. Who has altern percent of that? Yeah. So come to find out. My wife is one of those people. And the other fun fact about Brahma Cluses is that their mouth or John is so small that they cannot bite of their own volition, the the flat human skin what they need is added pressure. So wrong you step in your shoe a sock or issue if you roll over the on them in bed. Yup. And in her case, she had a pair of stretchy nyc pants and one I guess maybe left him in the floor picked him up put him on. And I think she went to go potty and noticed noticed a red spot that was really hot and hurt. And it was only freaks me out do matter twenty four hours before it was incredibly evident that it was a Brown recluse by and I will I didn't see the pictures. But my wife, I was texting with your wife about it. And seeing the pictures back and forth, and I've seen my wife's reaction to the picture. And she'd be like, Ohio, Ohio, she Dr six or eight months ago. Yeah. Yeah. Ish and she will forever. As far as I know and still to this day as a massive. I mean, the size of the of the infected area, I say mas- not that big. But pretty the size of the spider is, you know, a nickel in the size of a half dollar. Scar where the skin. Yeah. It was. It was bad. It was bad. It took a lot of medicine. A lot of trips of the doctor just to we were wait where we on that trip where we went Bremmer clues hunting in the hotel when you were telling us about this or wins was happening. Probably. And you're like, oh, man. This is gross. It's weeping. I'm like, no, don't use the word weeping us. All that's I would not have used that word because to it for the word to describe pimples, use that with poison Ivy and Brown reclusives. Yeah. Anyway, 'cause we're and it really gets the it's pretty nice rising home. That's pretty nice. We need to talk about we need to get back to Mel phobia. All right rabbit about rectify this, let's wrap up mellow phobia. So here's some random facts and fun facts about Mela phobia, number one, most Mela phobic patients are not actually Rockstars. So when we're talking about mellow people Mel phobia, you know, it's typically caused by. By tonight us right acute, not even chronic acute tonight is or hyper accuses which still hurt like crap. You would assume that it would be people who are in rock bands. Loud music from IRS. Hip hop rap. You know, just loud low base aggressive all the time. Yeah. False what most Mela? Phobia patients are in orchestras philharmonic's or symphony groups or are piano players like Liberace like Liberace last up soda, Mello phobia. Maybe that's all was all of his problems and PS. I heard that he might have died of botulism and not aids. Which is the spoiler to what they said he died of the heart attack thing earlier. I don't know. I don't know. Anyway, go on well, so do the loud in the the reason why it's those people in not Rockstars is because the those are loud groups of instruments. It's an orchestra could be hundred people all being ousting. Yeah. Yeah. The same songs, and you know, a band that's louder than amplifier or a pair drums when you've got three drum sets or snares and horns and everything blasting in your face and really annoying if it's a high school band well in the price on the thing to to take in consideration with with those people, you know, people in symphonic bands. And and philharmonic's is that they tend to also practice much more. Yeah. Then people in band, so they might spend six or eight hours every single day practicing their tuba or their French horns or and then go get on a stage. And you know in front of. A hundred other musicians all again doing it. Yeah. And so the end they'll do that constantly, and and they also typically start a younger age, and so they're exposing themselves of these loud noises, but sooner so the damage that's caused by the time. They're in their early twenties is significant I started in seventh grade officially in band, and my daughter is in fifth grade starting right now while crazy number two fun. Fact that is random about mill phobia is it's common for people with condition to actually have it and not know that they have it. So maybe there's some kind of hesitance. I don't know why I don't want to not big fan of concerts. I don't wanna go to concerts. Just don't wanna I don't know. I think I'm gonna stay in the house tonight makes sense. I mean, I was talking about my friend earlier. And I would I mean, I know he doesn't if he does have it. He doesn't know he has it. Maybe you know, I think it's just he's he's just convinced himself that's normal. So fun fact number three numerals race the biggest hell tale sign. Someone has Mela phobia as their excessive and unusual use of earplugs. So we're just talking about. You're going to the grocery store, and like wait any to put my my ear plugs in or you know, you're just you're just driving somewhere. And they're like, no, no, no way. We will. You gotta put your plugs in. That's a that's a good good sign right there that they might have mellow phobia. So fun facts number four while Melby is not limited exclusively to music, the loud, nature, high pitched, tones and large variants of sounds make music, especially troublesome for those who fear sounded self. That's why it is ninety nine point nine percent of the time attributed to music. You know, it could be just the sounds of a busy city street. But most people don't find themselves on a busy city street every day, and I can see how people with phobia don't talk about it. Because either they don't know about it or because maybe to them it's either a normal. I mean to them it's normal or be something. That so trip so trivial you don't wanna bring it up. Like, why would I just tell people just put my year buds in and don't need to hear the car while I drive? This is something prefer to tell the people were exactly and truth be told. I mean, you have to think about there's a lot of things there's a lot of everyday things that we do where we're exposing our ears to a lot of loud noises. Yeah. And someone with this this fear is not going to do that. That's why it can be embarrassing. You get invited to a New Year's Eve party and thri you decline, and you don't want to say, well, it's because I'm afraid that there's going to be music or loud noise. Right. Say that sentence. So you just plight say, oh, no, thanks got plans. Already. Your plans are put your headphones on and sit on your couch and Raina ball and read read. Mad magazine. So fun fact number five our final fact here with a massive increase in the use of ear buds or your pods. Whatever the youngsters are calling these days air pods, the most popular thing. Now, I really wanna pair those Mela phobias actually becoming increase increasingly problematic. Sure as music fans expose their ears too loud music for extended periods of time and potentially damaging your drums, and creating the irrational fear that they may do it again by mistake. And I definitely I mean, I remember with my ipod. I was the only person I knew that had one. And of course, I was a, you know, an inks teenager so listened to my rock and roll music is loud as I possibly could. I was the guy that a threshold that that limited threshold they have said on there for safety reasons. Like don't let it get louder than this of like her my years that was that nerd. I think it was through a fourteen or fifteen when when that first gen came out, and yeah, my step mom, would she would you know, AJ? Jay. And then I would see her lips moving so take my ear buds out and say, did you say something like if you can't hear me if you get here me, then then that's way too loud. I play that trick on my kids hear them. I'm plugging my ears with a device. I mean, if there was no music playing threat, I wouldn't be sitting here. I'll lip words to my kids. Like, you can hear me because you're listening to our podcast. You can't see me lip talking right now. Anyway, suckling the stand up comedians do albums and like, and then I did this. And then everybody roars with laughter. Like, what did you do? They did something on stage that we couldn't see this was a music record. This is audio. How we don't know what you just did say it say and every once in a while they'll like Bill just like keep railing on that one thing and just keep talking about it. And I have no idea why didn't you cut that track all away tracks? We're all about that one joke that you we all physical it. Yeah. I mean, commonsense people. So that's Mela phobia. And I would say in a nutshell. But no, that's that's mellow phobia. That's all there is there's no more to it. So now, you know, and I would be extremely curious to know, please reach out to us. And let us know if you think you might have it, or if you know someone who may have it that may or may not know that they have it tweet us Instagram us, your Mela phobia stories Facebook us, or do you think you have phobia or know someone who does we'd love to know with talk to you about it because we haven't talked to anybody about it. And in fact, I would love to if you have it or know someone who does we might do a follow up episode and have you on the show? Let's do it. Yeah. But his at turned podcast or Facebook dot com slash turned up podcasts or you can just hit us up on the web's at the WW dots turned up podcast dot com. And the other amazing thing that you can do on turned up podcast dot com is become a patron. 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