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"louis pods" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

07:52 min | 2 months ago

"louis pods" Discussed on Beyond!

"Hello everyone my name. Is Jonathan Dornbush in this? Podcast beyond episode. I gotTA look at it. Because it's been so long since we last recorded an episode sort of is episode. Six hundred forty-seven of items weekly playstation podcast. Part too. Because boy oh boy have we today. I'm joined this week by the One and only Lucy O'Brien how a year Jonathan Morning. We've had so much so that it's now the afternoon those who didn't my tweet. Who listened or watched the show? We record an episode with the four of us. The whole cast was back together. I thought it was a great episode. We talked about a bunch of stuff and unfortunately due to some technical issues we lost the episode two but Louis Pods like it was so much great discussion so many great jokes going to hear it to the annals of time it's such a shame especially they'll never hear my rendition of holding out for a hero which I use to open the show. It was pretty great but I promise I would never do it again. As ethnic during the show you remember so well one time thing one time one time one time only and no one will ever hear but of course we do have plenty to talk about sorry they wanna get to it. I do want to mention at the time of this. This'll probably be a sugar episode. Do those technical limitations but we do have plenty of last of us are to to talk about. If you haven't seen already I confirmed and we did on Janice walls by twitter that I am playing and going to be reviewing the last of us to John. Their review embargo is June twelfth. At twelve o one am Pacific. I am not allowed to say anything else about the game other than I'm playing in reviewing it We will get into my impressions of the Review of course on June twelfth. So you can look forward to that but can tell us sitting here going hills cool. That's great full of envy me. I'm sorry I cannot wait to get my hands on this game. Well I can't tell you whether or not you should want to not wait or not. But you'll have to wait for my impressions till then but we can talk about is of course the state of play and the recent sort of inside the last of us videos that coming out. We delayed recording the episode this week. Of course to talk about the state of play. We got roughly a twenty minute deep dive into the sequel For those who didn't watch Did Washington the livestream? This is funny the basically saying the same stuff we did this morning. I definitely would recommend going to check out the four K. Like now uploaded version of the video on Youtube. Like if you watch the livestream. It just isn't the same qualities watching pretty gorgeous. Game play on the video as it has in the final player of what we got was a sort of overview of the mechanics. The story of the world a setting the stage by Neil Druckman the director of the game. And then a sort of eight minute chunk of gameplay that was following Ellie three whole SORTA scenario since I'm not wanting to blur the lines of what I can't say but for now. Lay Gimme a sort of overview and then we can get into the nitty gritty of it. How did you feel about the state of play showcase for the last love I it was? It was definitely the most impressive state of play for me. Pencil. A just the way it was presented by Neil And presented with a great deal of compassion by Neil considering the Times that we're in which I really appreciated And it was it was it. Was appropriate like hype. Reveal the not much to reveal obviously Iran noses game exists but like they showed intensive the for we will give it about the world and how you terrific CETERA. It really felt like I was in the crowd at an at an eighth shirk ace and the Made Light. That is kind of off for really from a state of play. I felt it was it was. It was really really really really great. Yeah that just brought to mind. Norfolk wants to talk about when I at this glad. I'm doing it here I back when I was in college. I we buy into a few threes by using school newspaper. And I got to go to this Sony. Press conference I believe where they did. The last one demo which was Joel basically going in and out of the apartment building and speaking around in that brutal showcase ended with I forget who was doing it But they finished it and they were like a real like power stance holding the controller and they dropped the controller like mic drop dead and walked off stage at the final kill and this game play sequence though evoked a lot of the same moment of like the you know to where we over a lot of the industry does but like the visceral nature of this cop out like this the sequel really seems to be leaning into the every little moment is going to matter. Every moment wants to be evocative whether it's gruesome brutal. Or you know by the skin of your teeth you use TV escape. Every little bit wants to be impactful which is ambitious but seems to be paying off in that demo. Yeah like I feel like I'm going to need to go for a massive run and then like sink three whiskeys before I stop playing this game. You know what I mean. I'm going to have to get some sort of energy out of me into the be in a very kind of calm head. Space in order the Because it does. It's we've always known that the lost of US Brutally unforgiving well Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But again. I always forget that these characters that I love Massive shakes I do really care about the face of these characters. I do really care about what happens to the majority that they go on and I think one of the most profound moments for me in this particular demo was win l. e. the Veto would be working woman. She will fit forever. The immobilisers woman playing hotline Miami on a station Vita before the last thing she does west gets killed. How did die playing me? All that's heartbreaking on so many levels I'm sure it's how Greg Miller wants to go out one of the moments. That really reminded me of the series kind of eating hot. You know it's it's it's humanity Is when Ellie does stabbed this woman in the neck and it's it's gross in of sudden it's easy and the whole tussle is sort of frustrating. You know any kind of since. La's frustration in that moment. And she says that was dumb. Like you know something like that was. That was really stupid. That was really don and like yes that that whole thing was dominoes on. This area was like that that women didn't need to to try to turn around and try and kill Ellie like it was also unnecessary. Wholesome scenario seems frustrating and it was also like the way she said it was kind of like placing it's been used like it was slightly like bleakly. Funny you know and it just again. It just reminded me of L. E. is this is Ellie. I flipped I got like she. She is she is funny. She is You know there is so much of humanity tour. She's like despite the fact that she's very much being presented as like a much much more. I don't WanNa say cold-blooded but I guess there's no other word for it. Like she's much more a she she's had to survive. Long time in this very unforgiving world like Biz chief. Haden's I really get that sense but at the same time she still ellie and I really just that little low really brought that harmful in this in the state of play

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The Last of Us Part 2 State of Play Impressions

Beyond!

07:52 min | 2 months ago

The Last of Us Part 2 State of Play Impressions

"Hello everyone my name. Is Jonathan Dornbush in this? Podcast beyond episode. I gotTA look at it. Because it's been so long since we last recorded an episode sort of is episode. Six hundred forty-seven of items weekly playstation podcast. Part too. Because boy oh boy have we today. I'm joined this week by the One and only Lucy O'Brien how a year Jonathan Morning. We've had so much so that it's now the afternoon those who didn't my tweet. Who listened or watched the show? We record an episode with the four of us. The whole cast was back together. I thought it was a great episode. We talked about a bunch of stuff and unfortunately due to some technical issues we lost the episode two but Louis Pods like it was so much great discussion so many great jokes going to hear it to the annals of time it's such a shame especially they'll never hear my rendition of holding out for a hero which I use to open the show. It was pretty great but I promise I would never do it again. As ethnic during the show you remember so well one time thing one time one time one time only and no one will ever hear but of course we do have plenty to talk about sorry they wanna get to it. I do want to mention at the time of this. This'll probably be a sugar episode. Do those technical limitations but we do have plenty of last of us are to to talk about. If you haven't seen already I confirmed and we did on Janice walls by twitter that I am playing and going to be reviewing the last of us to John. Their review embargo is June twelfth. At twelve o one am Pacific. I am not allowed to say anything else about the game other than I'm playing in reviewing it We will get into my impressions of the Review of course on June twelfth. So you can look forward to that but can tell us sitting here going hills cool. That's great full of envy me. I'm sorry I cannot wait to get my hands on this game. Well I can't tell you whether or not you should want to not wait or not. But you'll have to wait for my impressions till then but we can talk about is of course the state of play and the recent sort of inside the last of us videos that coming out. We delayed recording the episode this week. Of course to talk about the state of play. We got roughly a twenty minute deep dive into the sequel For those who didn't watch Did Washington the livestream? This is funny the basically saying the same stuff we did this morning. I definitely would recommend going to check out the four K. Like now uploaded version of the video on Youtube. Like if you watch the livestream. It just isn't the same qualities watching pretty gorgeous. Game play on the video as it has in the final player of what we got was a sort of overview of the mechanics. The story of the world a setting the stage by Neil Druckman the director of the game. And then a sort of eight minute chunk of gameplay that was following Ellie three whole SORTA scenario since I'm not wanting to blur the lines of what I can't say but for now. Lay Gimme a sort of overview and then we can get into the nitty gritty of it. How did you feel about the state of play showcase for the last love I it was? It was definitely the most impressive state of play for me. Pencil. A just the way it was presented by Neil And presented with a great deal of compassion by Neil considering the Times that we're in which I really appreciated And it was it was it. Was appropriate like hype. Reveal the not much to reveal obviously Iran noses game exists but like they showed intensive the for we will give it about the world and how you terrific CETERA. It really felt like I was in the crowd at an at an eighth shirk ace and the Made Light. That is kind of off for really from a state of play. I felt it was it was. It was really really really really great. Yeah that just brought to mind. Norfolk wants to talk about when I at this glad. I'm doing it here I back when I was in college. I we buy into a few threes by using school newspaper. And I got to go to this Sony. Press conference I believe where they did. The last one demo which was Joel basically going in and out of the apartment building and speaking around in that brutal showcase ended with I forget who was doing it But they finished it and they were like a real like power stance holding the controller and they dropped the controller like mic drop dead and walked off stage at the final kill and this game play sequence though evoked a lot of the same moment of like the you know to where we over a lot of the industry does but like the visceral nature of this cop out like this the sequel really seems to be leaning into the every little moment is going to matter. Every moment wants to be evocative whether it's gruesome brutal. Or you know by the skin of your teeth you use TV escape. Every little bit wants to be impactful which is ambitious but seems to be paying off in that demo. Yeah like I feel like I'm going to need to go for a massive run and then like sink three whiskeys before I stop playing this game. You know what I mean. I'm going to have to get some sort of energy out of me into the be in a very kind of calm head. Space in order the Because it does. It's we've always known that the lost of US Brutally unforgiving well Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But again. I always forget that these characters that I love Massive shakes I do really care about the face of these characters. I do really care about what happens to the majority that they go on and I think one of the most profound moments for me in this particular demo was win l. e. the Veto would be working woman. She will fit forever. The immobilisers woman playing hotline Miami on a station Vita before the last thing she does west gets killed. How did die playing me? All that's heartbreaking on so many levels I'm sure it's how Greg Miller wants to go out one of the moments. That really reminded me of the series kind of eating hot. You know it's it's it's humanity Is when Ellie does stabbed this woman in the neck and it's it's gross in of sudden it's easy and the whole tussle is sort of frustrating. You know any kind of since. La's frustration in that moment. And she says that was dumb. Like you know something like that was. That was really stupid. That was really don and like yes that that whole thing was dominoes on. This area was like that that women didn't need to to try to turn around and try and kill Ellie like it was also unnecessary. Wholesome scenario seems frustrating and it was also like the way she said it was kind of like placing it's been used like it was slightly like bleakly. Funny you know and it just again. It just reminded me of L. E. is this is Ellie. I flipped I got like she. She is she is funny. She is You know there is so much of humanity tour. She's like despite the fact that she's very much being presented as like a much much more. I don't WanNa say cold-blooded but I guess there's no other word for it. Like she's much more a she she's had to survive. Long time in this very unforgiving world like Biz chief. Haden's I really get that sense but at the same time she still ellie and I really just that little low really brought that harmful in this in the state of play

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"louis pods" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

03:30 min | 2 months ago

"louis pods" Discussed on Beyond!

"Hello everyone my name. Is Jonathan Dornbush in this? Podcast beyond episode. I gotTA look at it. Because it's been so long since we last recorded an episode sort of is episode. Six hundred forty-seven of items weekly playstation podcast. Part too. Because boy oh boy have we today. I'm joined this week by the One and only Lucy O'Brien how a year Jonathan Morning. We've had so much so that it's now the afternoon those who didn't my tweet. Who listened or watched the show? We record an episode with the four of us. The whole cast was back together. I thought it was a great episode. We talked about a bunch of stuff and unfortunately due to some technical issues we lost the episode two but Louis Pods like it was so much great discussion so many great jokes going to hear it to the annals of time it's such a shame especially they'll never hear my rendition of holding out for a hero which I use to open the show. It was pretty great but I promise I would never do it again. As ethnic during the show you remember so well one time thing one time one time one time only and no one will ever hear but of course we do have plenty to talk about sorry they wanna get to it. I do want to mention at the time of this. This'll probably be a sugar episode. Do those technical limitations but we do have plenty of last of us are to to talk about. If you haven't seen already I confirmed and we did on Janice walls by twitter that I am playing and going to be reviewing the last of us to John. Their review embargo is June twelfth. At twelve o one am Pacific. I am not allowed to say anything else about the game other than I'm playing in reviewing it We will get into my impressions of the Review of course on June twelfth. So you can look forward to that but can tell us sitting here going hills cool. That's great full of envy me. I'm sorry I cannot wait to get my hands on this game. Well I can't tell you whether or not you should want to not wait or not. But you'll have to wait for my impressions till then but we can talk about is of course the state of play and the recent sort of inside the last of us videos that coming out. We delayed recording the episode this week. Of course to talk about the state of play. We got roughly a twenty minute deep dive into the sequel For those who didn't watch Did Washington the livestream? This is funny the basically saying the same stuff we did this morning. I definitely would recommend going to check out the four K. Like now uploaded version of the video on Youtube. Like if you watch the livestream. It just isn't the same qualities watching pretty gorgeous. Game play on the video as it has in the final player of what we got was a sort of overview of the mechanics. The story of the world a setting the stage by Neil Druckman the director of the game. And then a sort of eight minute chunk of gameplay that was following Ellie three whole SORTA scenario since I'm not wanting to blur the lines of what I can't say but for now. Lay Gimme a sort of overview and then we can get into the nitty gritty of it. How did you feel about the state of play showcase for the last love I it was? It was definitely the most impressive state of play for me. Pencil. A just the way it was presented by Neil And presented with a great deal of compassion by Neil considering the Times that we're in which I really appreciated And it was it was it. Was appropriate like hype..

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"louis pods" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"louis pods" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Know? And when did they know it? Yeah, that's a critical question that needs to be asked in an answer that needs to be given. And it has been asked the answer has been given. But now we're changing that time line a bit. We know that the locks of the Louis prison has have not worked for quite some time. But how long are we speaking? And then how long did the powers of be know that because we've had correction officers that have been attacked, we've had inmates that have been killed? And it's all been linked to these doors. Is not working Surtee partners over at ABC fifteen and precise, Dave biscuit, being they're investigative reporter has been all over this, and they're starting to see, when did you know and how long did you know it before our story. Aired the department sent a statement saying it was in may of twenty eighteen at director Ryan was informed of the situation and took immediate action now three weeks after our story. Aired the department is saying it was actually November twenty seventeen it became aware of the problem that six months earlier than it said before. Okay, so they I said, I was just a little while ago. And then the story air, they went okay, maybe there's a little longer than a little while ago. But pamela. We spoke with. A prison guard. One who was assaulted in the Louis pod in at the, at this point where the doors didn't lock who tells us a different story. Yeah. Eddie Garza joins us on the program. Couple of weeks. Back in his story was absolutely riveting. If you missed it, you can go back and listen to it on our podcast and he shared with us. What happened to him that night when he was attacked by not one, but several inmates he had several surgeries following that and he still works at the Krizevac. He told us also about how long these locks have been an issue, the majority of the door start. How long has it been that way? Since I started hear people, saying all the time, it's been over five years, people who've been there since two thousand eight so he worked with. He's worked with them for three years. And the entire three years, he's been there. He says they have been working, so that goes back to two thousand sixteen now, the other thing, too did that did that information. Get to the powers that be I don't know. Okay. Okay. Because the bosses no think, okay. Think about your own workplace. There was a situation. We had years ago with a computer not working here at KTAR and the person that we were working with was you. And I were working with this individual. Okay, we throw them now they're complete name on the PM. We're talking complaining about the computer, not working the computer, not working computer networking, and at one point time, you just stop put down your pencils goes, if you don't go tell that this computer isn't working, I guarantee you, it will not work tomorrow. Well, because I've opposite guy, you know, me, I send emails on the daily that light bulbs burned out that thing doesn't work over there guy. I'm that. Well, I like it because when I was the boss a used to drive me nuts, when people go well that hasn't Murph for six months. Say something you're proving my point. Exactly. You're proving my point. Exactly. Did that information get to the powers that be or do they just harass her own for patrol Cal? But cells that in and of itself say that there's an issue with Arizona department of corrections where let's use corrections officers alone, the frontline, why did they feel? They couldn't tell they come. Tell their bosses that the locks don't work. Why didn't they tell anybody because from their own stories Garza's is example? They are fearful and they it is dangerous to work that pod, because the locks didn't work. So what's the big deal between? We, we didn't we knew in may of twenty eighteen versus we know actually new in November of two thousand seventeen so why are these changes a big deal? It shows either the department will change its story as more evidence against it comes out, or they didn't know what was happening in their own prisons, get which is worse, almost. You know, I think that there is. You, you can't allege a cover up yet until you figure out. We'll did anybody tell them? But if people were afraid to tell their superior or tell the bosses, you know, locks don't work around here for fear of retaliation retribution. It would hurt them at work will doesn't that say something about the culture of work. Absolutely. And we'd also heard from many people inside through direct messages or emails, or phone calls that you and I have both received about people talking how they themselves corrections officers themselves did not feel empowered at times to say things to their superiors because they would be punished either by here, years or by other guards rant. And so it didn't put it this way. Whether or not that's true. The picture that is being painted right now is one of people aren't empowered to speak up, and if they do speak up, are they listened to or there are they punished? But. That's because that's what I mean. I don't know. We're trying to really put together this puzzle. It's big. It's hard to it. And we also find out from ABC fifteen that the department of corrections. Maybe walk back some of the problems they have with the doors. So for our story ABC firmly disputed that contention that the doors. Don't lock it all it was inmates hampering that causes them to open their doors. Now ADC has walked that back to in their new statement? They acknowledge cell door malfunctions as a problem dating into twenty seventeen as well. So here here's the problem with that. Here's the problem and this gets back to who can you trust? Pamela. That there have been a variety of statements that the department of corrections of made about the condition inside prisons, the conditions of locks, the working conditions for officers, right? There's been a variety of, of statements that they've made on timelines on all this. None of them have been true. They keep having to go back. Remember how we told you? It was that it's not that and at some point you start wondering, well who do you believe right now? I believe biscuit being an ABC fifteen I believe corrections officer Garza. I don't believe there is an apartment corrections to tell me the truth on this issue just right now. Right. Because it's one of those things where, you know, people in organizations, they teach you how to treat them. And when you keep coming out with false information time after time, why would I believe you and I also think like you know, let me put my journalists that cat on here for a second. I think that the story right here is a great example of the importance of the free press and local of local journal because it is through these foia requests, it is through people on the inside leaking information it is through. Research and the, you know, diving into a story getting your teeth into it, and not letting it go to hold people accountable. That is what we're learning here because without that we never would have known you would have gone to some dinner party somewhere or had a beer at a happy hour with somebody who works in the department of corrections. And they may have told you these. But wouldn't have gone anywhere like this story. Right. Here is just a true testament to the power of the press, and why it is so critical, especially in today's day and age where we're constantly asking ourselves. What can I believe shot up to that seriously? And again, I think the importance of local because think about this. If you are a government official on a local level. City state county. Whatever the last thing you want is someone like Dave biscuit, being channel fifteen or give credit to the KTAR news, type asking questions about things you would prefer not to answer why. Because they make it look bad. They are the last one set want and they help you. And try to run out the clock. That's what I said. So we're not letting go of this bone house that we are onto it. And we want to know more about what's going on inside the prisons, and you deserve to know that as well. Is it a hassle to go to the doctor get an appointment takes a long time can be expensive? Artificial intelligence might be pretty darn good at accurately diagnosing, you, we're not talking about Dr Google either. We'll tell you what a is doing right after. Bob McClay gets us all caught up with the top stories. KTAR.

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"louis pods" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"louis pods" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"I'm happy to refer you to the best agent in your area. I'll do. Some research. I have some really good contacts across the whole country. So at love to help you out. Okay. So want to give you an update on some of our meet up groups because they are so amazing. And I do want to encourage you to join one of these groups because I think that when you get overwhelmed when you start to have ideas, you need that support you need other people who just validate what you're saying. And then who can keep you accountable week after week, you know, you're going to meet up with them. So you might do a better job of actually acting on some of these ideas. So our Saint Louis pod. And our Michigan pod met up for the first time another group had an online video call and people joined from north Virginia, Ohio, Florida and Greece Maya shared a few photos on Facebook. And she wrote that the southern Oregon pod group met up and they had their four year old and three month old with them. So they went to the park they share their current challenges their favorite ideas for the podcast, they brainstormed ideas for their business. They wanna do yoga event planning art homeless making. And they decided that they're going to commit to working on their projects with thirty minutes every day for the next week. So it's awesome. They said to have someone on their dream. Team someone who believes all the things are possible that there are enough. Someone who gets what they're aiming for. And is there to keep them accountable and adds their ideas and things that they wouldn't have come up with on their own if anyone else's in Ashland Medford grants passed in the Oregon area, they would love free to join them. So they said go ahead, and let them know and maya's PS my daughter took about seventy six photos of shouting. That's amazing. I'm so excited for you. Thank you for sharing. I love that. You guys made that commitment to set aside half hour a day to work on your ideas. And it's so cool to hear that you've been finding this extra support and inspiration. Because sometimes having that one person right there on your team can be a complete game changer. If any of you out there wanna join maya's Munich group or any other groups or the listeners in your areas, you can sign up through the link in the show notes or you can Email us at Hello at don't keep your day job dot com, and you can find an accountability, buddy. Just like everyone else's. Thank you guys so much for listening. If you have a question or a win that we can share let me know an Instagram you can DM yet, Kathy dot Heller or post it in our don't keep your day job Facebook group if. If you love this episode or any episode take a second right now and think to yourself what episode was my favorite was Alaric as episode was back in the day with Jonathan. There was Seth Godin. Go ahead and take a second share it with someone who might need to hear that who might need that encouragement if everybody's shared the episode. We would double our audience, which helps us tremendously. Thank you guys for sharing the episodes. Thanks for following that Instagram. And if you haven't already take a second, please go ahead and leave us a review on I tunes for thanksgiving. Which is coming up next week. I'm going to pick a few of you and send you a big. Thank you for leaving us review. So go ahead and do that now. And then if you find me on Instagram next week, I'll share with you how you can enter a really great giveaway. I'll be giving away some really fun stuff for thanksgiving two three of you. So just make sure you've already gone ahead and left your view on I tunes, and I will make sure to be thanking you for it. I love you guys. I'll leave you with a saga mine. It'll talk to on Monday. Times. So many times. Oh. But. Can't dance. Got the. Strength. Much.

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"louis pods" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"louis pods" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"What was newsworthy to me about it rather than him or the condon said the memo was really the discussion that it was sparking um and i think uh you know go back to speculate whether or not it was the right decision to fire him i think that that might seem like an ideological decision on gul's par but i actually think as charlie ores al road at buzzfeed that it was actually a routine hr dosage and i think that is really difficult four google to try and make a move like do you move him to another team and do you move him do you move several people around two different teams as he never going to be able to manage people i think it kind of came down to google uh you we need jamaican hr decision here and the clear move was to remove him from the workplace i don't necessarily think reading into that decision as on google making any sort of specific ideological stance i think that's you know over reacting to wide sundar really had to do i mean it does come into a wider political picture though that silicon valley now seems more wired into the number you good julian assange the founder of wikileaks sitting on twitter recording from the terms of censorship is for loser losers and is offering to hire day more uh you got raised steven pinker at harvard the cognitive scientists there uh that do you know um this can drive a big sector of tech into the arms of trump fires employs you would memo about women in tech jobs uh is silicon valley is is part of a bigger national conversation noun much just sitting out on its own the louis pod in california.

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