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"luigi" Discussed on Anything in The World

Anything in The World

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"luigi" Discussed on Anything in The World

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"luigi" Discussed on Anything in The World

Anything in The World

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"luigi" Discussed on Anything in The World

"If you're listening to this absurd in july or august of twenty twenty one re probably following the olympic games that are happening right now in tokyo japan. Do you know the karate is one of five new sports. That came out in the games this year. The others are surfing sport climbing skateboarding and baseball. Why am i talking about this. Because our guest is a fierce karate athletes by only being nine years. Old you told us all about his routine and how. He prepares to be a champion every single day. So raise a glass and welcome my old friend in new guest luigia so they participating in welcome to the show so let's started with the questions. What do you like to do. When you're not practicing or competing. What i like to do what not to competing is usually i like to just play with my friends or go blaze with my my mom. My dad my family. Are i go to my room. I play some video games in watch. Tv okay that's nice one. And where did you start practicing karate. I started synchrony. Two years ago and i started boxing at florida. Crotty clubs. she thought you do still practice today. yes cool. How's your daily routine okay. So my daily routine is when i wake up on a monday i wake up. Sometimes i miss breakfast. 'cause the late i go to school and then when i come back basically free the whole day unlike free for the time being i get online video games but tv some food. I can rest. And then after that a good crowd for one hour. I go there at five because it takes thirty minutes to get there. It starts at six ends at seven and then after that i go home and eat dinner. If i have time i'll watch some more. Tv and then go to

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Who is Karate Kid 2.0, Luigi Akiau?

Anything in The World

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Who is Karate Kid 2.0, Luigi Akiau?

"If you're listening to this absurd in july or august of twenty twenty one re probably following the olympic games that are happening right now in tokyo japan. Do you know the karate is one of five new sports. That came out in the games this year. The others are surfing sport climbing skateboarding and baseball. Why am i talking about this. Because our guest is a fierce karate athletes by only being nine years. Old you told us all about his routine and how. He prepares to be a champion every single day. So raise a glass and welcome my old friend in new guest luigia so they participating in welcome to the show so let's started with the questions. What do you like to do. When you're not practicing or competing. What i like to do what not to competing is usually i like to just play with my friends or go blaze with my my mom. My dad my family. Are i go to my room. I play some video games in watch. Tv okay that's nice one. And where did you start practicing karate. I started synchrony. Two years ago and i started boxing at florida. Crotty clubs. she thought you do still practice today. yes cool. How's your daily routine okay. So my daily routine is when i wake up on a monday i wake up. Sometimes i miss breakfast. 'cause the late i go to school and then when i come back basically free the whole day unlike free for the time being i get online video games but tv some food. I can rest. And then after that a good crowd for one hour. I go there at five because it takes thirty minutes to get there. It starts at six ends at seven and then after that i go home and eat dinner. If i have time i'll watch some more. Tv and then go to

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The Price of a Vaccine

Capitalisn't

01:50 min | 1 year ago

The Price of a Vaccine

"So obviously a huge topic today. Are the vaccines the development of the vaccines. The public private partnership called operation warp speed that enabled america to get vaccines very quickly and the debate over patent rights and profit sharing that is taking place as a result of the the successful vaccines luigi and i thought it would be really interesting to talk to someone at moderna to see how they think about all of these issues and we're delighted to be able to talk to Moderna cfo david modine. Our podcast is about what is walking in capitalism. And what is not we wanted to analyze a case where capitalists seemed to have walked. I think that vaccines overall have been enormous success and we want understand out this is possible and to what extent the government played a crucial role. And if they something to learn more broadly about the possibility of partnership between the government and the private sector you were. Cf over large publicly traded company. And then you went for canada top. Stop we start top. What prompted you to make this change in. How different these. Yeah so i joined moderna. About a year ago unexpectedly. They realized they were accompanied coming potentially to the market in twenty twenty versus about five years later and so they needed to quickly build a commercial company. And that's something. I know how to do But the fact is was such a unique and compelling lifetime opportunity to help to address the pandemic to help bring forward a new technology that we felt was very exciting.

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Pandemic Points to Need to Work Together as Italy Hosts G-20

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Pandemic Points to Need to Work Together as Italy Hosts G-20

"Ministers of the G. twenty group of nations have arrived in the UNESCO world heritage city of Madera southern Italy with the pandemic providing painful lessons on how interconnected the world is ministers from nations accounting for more than half of the world's population a meeting to explore how to better cooperate including on vaccines and climate change efforts Italian foreign minister Luigi di mile who has opened the gathering sites both as areas where it's imperative the country's pull together and secretary of state Antony Blinken built on the vaccine urgency issue in his opening remarks I'm Charles de Ledesma

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A Brief History of Neuroscience

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

A Brief History of Neuroscience

"So neuroscience. The study of the nervous system has had an interesting history of being both extremely old and extremely new Ancient greeks and egyptians went back and forth whether the brain or the heart was the center of intelligence and hippocrates argued that the brain was the center though this wouldn't gain traction until the roman physician galen proposed it It took until an understanding of electricity. In the nineteenth century before we could really understand the brain the experiments of luigi gala vanni and the electrical activity of the body pave the way for research in the nervous system for awhile. Neuroscience research was divided into different fields such as physiology anatomy zulu psychiatry etc David roche helped integrate these fields creating the neuroscience research program at mit in nineteen sixty two. james mcgowan established the first department of neuroscience at university of california irvine in nineteen sixty four and later major neuroscience organizations were created including the international brain research organization. Or i bro. because it's a bunch of bros. Working on brains at that could be like your pneumonic for it That was established in nineteen sixty one and the society for neuroscience was established in nineteen sixty which is known for its annual meeting. One of the largest scientific conferences in the world so we're gonna start with neurons aka the small stuff so adam is and again. This is all adams words. I i am not the data scientist or the neuro scientists in this situation. I am just. I am the female voice of adam. Large in this specific instance. Everyone so all my words are his words. Except when i do inside you'll know when that happens on many less syllables. Yeah it would be those. Those observations will be much

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Unopened Super Mario Bros. game from 1986 sells for $660,000

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Unopened Super Mario Bros. game from 1986 sells for $660,000

"If if you you were were a a new new Nintendo Nintendo Mario Mario brothers brothers fan fan you you might might have have been been able able to to cash cash in in that's that's the the sound sound of of Luigi Luigi battling battling foes foes to to pick pick up up some some cooling cooling in in the the Nintendo Nintendo Super Super Mario Mario brothers brothers game game which which made made someone someone a a lot lot of of money money heritage heritage auctions auctions in in Dallas Dallas says says an an unopened unopened copy copy purchased purchased in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty eight eight has has sold sold for for six six hundred hundred sixty sixty thousand thousand dollars dollars this this is is the the most most pristine pristine copy copy known known to to be be professionally professionally graded graded for for auction auction it it was was bought bought to to be be a a Christmas Christmas gift gift but but forgotten forgotten about about and and remained remained in in a a desk desk drawer drawer sealed sealed in in plastic plastic last last year year another another on on open open copies copies sold sold for for much much less less one one hundred hundred fourteen fourteen thousand thousand dollars dollars at at auction auction I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Finding Your Compliment

Venturing Out

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Finding Your Compliment

"It's interesting beyond for four years right because you hear all these great ideas from people is that if they're execute upon change the world a very serious way. I always use the example of spacex rate. How many people before you on. Musk thought of reusable spaceship. Probably a lot. But how many actually get out there and execute upon it and build thing not that many and so you know patricia club. It's really a mindset shift. Right rather than sitting around and pontificating about ideas we really focus on. How do you put those ideas into action. You know even if it's something as small as bringing your product or your service to the farmers market and just selling it to people getting it in people's hands that's what we want to encourage this club so it part of getting started From our commerce conversation earlier. Excuse me you told me that Baylor entrepreneurship club engages in things like different focus groups that are skill specific. Is that right correct. Yes so what does that look like. Yeah what it really looks like. His peer to peer mentor ship. Where you have people building interpersonal relationships with others who have complementary skill sets to them. You one thing. I really believe in as being a specialist. Not a generalist You know it's been my experience that if you're a generalist you're not that competitive right and so as a special shoe is for people who Compliment your abilities and skills. That's what our mentor. Ship program is really about so it. It's more While it is developing different skills it's also networking opportunity correct absolutely. Yeah and i think that's important too because nicot said you're a specialist. I mean you are the the the leader of what you do. So i always think about mario and luigi do you remember. Playing mario mario was always good at a lot of different things but luigi was able to jump the highest. I often went with luigi for some tasks. Because i needed to jump higher than mario is able to know. And i mean it's it's purely fact like i love luigi because of that because he was able to differentiate himself and set himself apart. But if you can't jump that high that's no problem right around your self with people who can And i think they would entrepreneurship club. And wouldn't nick is doing is creating a great networking opportunity for students. Who may be good at one thing to find others who compliment them so for example In a previous episode. Talk with or talked with doria and i am a awful content creator. My social media is the worst But i would love to have somebody like doria on my team and we do. Have somebody like dairy honor team. Gray smith who is a killer content creator and so that's what nick's talking about and that's why it's important to have these types of clubs because he can find people who compliment yourself and It really helps take your business near venture the next

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Nintendo Switch Outsells the 3DS

Nintendo Voice Chat

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Nintendo Switch Outsells the 3DS

"Switch has sold seventy nine point eighty seven million and that is hell of a lot and the nintendo switch light has almost surpassed the sales of the we. You just the light. Why oh man. Yeah that's a it's a big number it is. It's pretty incredible. Just just like think about the the roller coaster ride that nintendo has been on with insane success of the we the we and the insane crater of the we you not that again. We have to caveat. There's every time we say this financially. I still think that system was really fun. Rain like it was a financial disaster or at least a sales disaster and now this is like they're on top of the world. it's it's insane that trajectory. It's really really yeah. I think honestly. I don't think it's hyperbole leads to say that in japan console warsaw and no. It's the what was it so far this year. Ninety nine percent of all software sold in japan was for the switch right eighty and like hardware was and what is important to note he is that intendo always dominated the handheld sector in japan and that market has turned away from consoles quite a bit right and so in a way. It's a sad story right if the. Ps five dozen succeed in japan. That's a bummer. Because we might get fewer titles for that platform from japanese deaf students. Or maybe they'll they'll be serving more kind of like the western tastes but either way something could be lost but It's obviously really good for the switch. So i looked at the data Their nintendo still expecting to sell two point. Four million units in this fiscal year. Remember that fiscal year ends in march. It's not a calendar year. Which means the entire year for the intended would be twenty six point five million so that stacks up with how the we did back in its heyday. Like the i think the fourth year for the we was like something around twenty five million so the switch will be doing better than the we however in. This is the thing that i think. A lot of people are ignoring at the same time. Nintendo back then sold thirty one million. Dss right and so. We have these The hamilton the console lines are combined into one. And so it's not exactly the same scenario and so fewer pieces of hardware being sold in japan. I'm because we have one console race now but what it means like at the end of the year you know. I mean first of all at the end of the quarter. You'll be seeing the the switch. Probably clock in at eighty two million sold worldwide which means it is ahead of the psp which was a big success in japan. It's ahead of the gpa. Which was a big success. Everywhere in is right behind the xbox three sixty so the end of the year will probably see the switch ahead of the three sixty and the ps three. And i also wanted to mention that. New horizons is reached. Thirty one point eighteen million sold so it. It's very close behind the best selling game so far. Which is mario kart. Eight deluxe which is at thirty three point. Forty one million. Which i know we've talked about before because this is a week game. We don't crazy so we might actually see a made for switch game take over the first slot sometime. This year with a wonders never cease game specifically aid for the nintendo switch. And not the we i. We talked about the blessing. And the curse of mario kart eight selling so well because it's like nintendo has less incentive of cranking out. Mario kart nine right. Yeah but but but hopefully hopefully not hopefully they think they can do those numbers again with the marcotte nine with completely different tracks and all that i feel like i would have to write. I know horse. I'm sorry to bring this up on blue. But i i saw you talking about elegies mansion three has sold more than a lot of zelda games in the past. Yeah which is. I think that's really cool. I mean you just mentioned three again if you are. One of the one of the switch owners are listening to this. Podcast does not has not played it. You make a huge mistake. There's a reason ten nintendo boy that studio the last game is a huge step up from the original. Luigi is mentioned which was developed in house by nintendo and a huge step up over the the second game. So i think that's really cool that we're seeing this sort of success on you know mario's little brother and tall brother. Whatever he is. Basically the macy of mario felt. It's true and i. I've noticed that now really really cool. I am on those swift owners. Who has not played louise three so i think it's worth it. It's

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Paul Rudd hands out cookies to voters in the rain

Colleen and Bradley

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Paul Rudd hands out cookies to voters in the rain

"To cookies as they waited in Luigi's in lines and in the rain. Jane to vote in the general election, which is this coming Tuesday? By the way, Paul read brave the pouring rain to think waiting voters with the sweet snack You said. I want to say thank you to coming out and voting. You know,

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Looking for a good scare? Here are 12 of the best underrated horror movies you need to stream this Halloween

DeaconLive

04:25 min | 1 year ago

Looking for a good scare? Here are 12 of the best underrated horror movies you need to stream this Halloween

"Halloween season where all stuck at home no one's allowed to go trick or treating in some areas. No one's allowed to do a lot of things. A lot of areas now the other day I was sitting at home and I talked about this to go I was wanting to watch my cheesy horror movies and right now I. Think I'm trying to get I'm trying to get caught up on the Har Movies because my wife does not like horror movies. She does not like she's like they scare me and like on our movies today like modern day horror movies aren't like the horror movies like the junk scares that you that you were watching the Halloween the Friday, the thirteenth, which kind of cheesy after a certain point or any old school halloween movies that. Everyone was scared about I was like Oh my God murderer murderers, ones that really really get me and I'll eat them up. I'll eat them up all day long. I'll sit when my covers pulled all the way up through my nose is those paranormal activities if they could just do a whole bunch of those based in different areas and make me feel like they're real man I love that. I, love watching. Watch Houma God who that could happen that technically could happen. That's the way how a horror movies would scare me is technically that would happen Texas chainsaw massacre. Yes. Sure. If you're a bunch of dumb ass kids in the middle of Texas freighter Thirteenth Yeah No one's coming back from the dead, not yet and. Michael Myers escape from a mental institution. Yeah. That that that can happen somewhere. But not here, this company right here anytime they put their name on a movie. You know how you see the opening credit I say the opening credits the distributed by a such and such film bubble Blah broadcasting or whatever. If I ever see this right here on a movie I'm I'm what I'm already sold I'm watching it and it's bloom house productions b. l.. U. M. House productions, and it's got the low kids sitting in the corner and the the spinning rocking chair because they are a little bit more. Now, the concept of the movie could be really really simple. Really really basic but the way they shoot the movie The cinematography in the movie is always awesome. The music really really awesome. The cut scenes are really really good to the stories flow very, very well, and because of my film theater. And you're like I, don't know what Bloom House production is but you've seen them and here's a top list of all the ones that they started in two thousand. Twenty years ago. By a gentleman by the name, of Jason Blum Jason Blum has created divisions like horror movies, international, TV's and stuff but the horror movies are the ones that like the most and just to give you an idea of what kind of movies they put out you've seen them, you're ready. The first original purge is a bloom house production. Insidious Chapter Two is a blue house production dark skies. Let's see what else paranormal activity in two, thousand, fourteen, another purge the Ouija. Not Luigi Weedy G Board unfriendly, which I just watched the other day and if you watch on fronted it's on Netflix right now it's a really unique concept on how they made just your computer screen itself a horror movie. That's all you see is someone's computer screen and like skype calls, and then that's it. You don't there's no outside footage there's no cameras walking around the building there's no dubbed-in video leads it. Is. One hundred percent done on a computer screen and that's really cool I just watched it. The other day was on call him Fred. Scary nuts gary. It's unique. You just wanted to see it unfold. Let's see split. You know the movie with What's his name Shamlan Bloom House produced it get out with Jordan Peele Bloom House produced it Happy Death Day great movie insidious as you can see I'm. Going right down the list and then of course, the two thousand and twenty one that came out called the again that was a blue house production anytime I see a Blue House production they've got one coming out called the magic eight ball where they teamed up with Mattel film or Mattel films, Mattel the toy they're doing the magic eight ball, which is the one where you shake the ball and you. Could see. Oh my God. My Future Bloom House anything Bloom House has if you're looking for a Halloween a scary night of a theater and watching an extreme weird a lot of movies make you think a lot it's very unique how they approach their style. So anyways, that's Blue House

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"luigi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"luigi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning. I'm Luigi Molly, California counties find themselves on very different paths when it comes to reopening during the covert 19 pandemic. Yesterday, San Francisco learned it is moving into the yellow tier of the state's framework on restrictions. Even as Shasta and Riverside County's learn they are being downgraded to purple after a spike in cases. California's seven day covert 19 average has edged up slightly to more than 3000. The 14 Day positivity rate statewide stands at just 2.6%. And state Health Secretary Dr Mark Galley says projections have improved from just a month ago, We were estimating that we might see a near doubling 89% increase in hospitalizations. Thankfully, through our hard work, they're testing our isolation, our contact tracing work. We have avoided those high projected numbers. But we do show even today with our cases and our hospital trends that we predict a 46% increased a month from now. Galley also released the state's guidance on reopening amusement parks. Smaller theme parks will be allowed to admit 25% of their capacity or 500 customers, whichever is fewer, larger theme parks like Disneyland will on ly be allowed to reopen a 25% capacity once their county has moved into the least restrictive yellow tear. In a statement, Disneyland Resort President Ken Patrick called the state's guidance arbitrary and unworkable. Turning to higher ed students, often quick California's community colleges Before graduating. It's long been a pain point for the state. Well this week, college leaders are celebrating a $100.

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Latest Nintendo News

What's Good Games

07:46 min | 1 year ago

Latest Nintendo News

"Get excited. Choo Choo Train. ooh, you. Pay Pipe that leads us to the end of our news segment and for funds. As we thought, it'd be cool to just kind of wrap up with a couple of quick hit news items that happened to be all Nintendo related in. So, if you guys missed it earlier this week a drop for the Super Mario lying on black milk went live and we talked about this one they announced it and you're into. Fashion of the FEM variety I like the starter s let's they have a lot of stop you can check out, but they also announced the animal crossing Collab-, which is going to be happening. So this is Super Fun as well. So if you guys want to showcase your love for either animal crossing or Super Mario Brothers, you may want to check out the black milk line secure and there was also to more announcing Super Nintendo world is going to be happening in twenty twenty one. So this is an old trailer Super Nintendo world. Obviously, this is going. To be in Japan, there's one supposed to be happening universal studios in Orlando but because of the covid nineteen pandemic, it has been delayed worldwide. What they did today was confirmed that they're like come hell or high water. We're going to open in two thousand and twenty one, and they revealed some of the food items that you're going to be able to try when you go to Super Nintendo world. So let me show you think tool dress. Suggest I mean they sold that dress in a shop in their blackmail trout by so much stuff is capped already like. The the two things I got are already kept the presale. But. You can still or you can still order those things in select sizes. But the food goes I don't know those UK. Those are those are pancake sandwiches what What. So we're looking at. Ladies and gentlemen of some of the themed cafes and other sources they're going to be having some of the they're showcasing our these Mario and Luigi Pancake sandwiches in the pancakes are like tacos but filled with whipped cream. Are Their hats won as an m one as an L. One's read one's green who would have said and Mario doesn't want these photos to be bigger. I apologize everybody watching Mario's pancakes. Sandwich has strawberries and cream and it says who's come. That's a cap joke says Oak Dokey and they're some looking green fruit and cream I'm not sure what exactly is going on yeah I don't know what those fruits are. There's apple or lime I'm. A super mushroom drink and a tropical bottle and a mess moustached fruit creams soda because a little. Alcoholic? Be grateful was bring your own. To. Chat. Hopefully. It just looks really cute and the store is obviously look all Mario we on the inside, all the chairs, little toadstools and I now this is GonNa. Be My happy place. I'm ready. We're definitely going to do what's good games field trip to Super Nintendo World Orlando when it finally opened. Hundred percent. Rona. No likes he rona. And your the worst get out of here. Okay Only Rona would take a hint. All right. Our last piece of Nintendo news was this little news blurb that dropped this week about Nintendo treehouse spotlighting Jairo Warriors, age of calamity, and then a little bit more info about. Three Pittman three, the deluxe version, Jairo Warriors. So age of calamity is this an expansion it and actually get a chance to watch this this is the. Way tecmo warriors spin off. So it's like real warriors, but it's called age, of course, because it takes place one hundred years before breath of the wild. Yes. So what's GonNa be really interesting about this game it's GonNa show in deep dive into some of the characters and we're GonNa see like personal interactions and here a little bit more about their backstory. Narrative perspective. This is cool but the showcase today the Nintendo. treehouse showed her Bosa style fighting. Zelda showed link fighting a little bit young EMPA-. That is going to be hitting co rocks and the weapons won't break. They. Also, the weapons work in this game. And I showed a little bit about of the map in the weapon upgrades system and it actually looks really good. I mean I did not like the first Jairo warriors primarily because the multiplayer was really bad someone had a play on the way you gain pat and someone could play on. TV. was like the way they designed it why they did that I don't know Nintendo Intendo, but it's really fun and the game play it looks great and some of the places that they visited. To see loan ranch, you could see all the locations essentially from breath wild before the the fan. So most of these villages are intact. The buildings aren't all destroyed. You get to see some of Aksu Games like an ochre enough time Linlin ranch, for example, AC, the same buildings and the little sheds. If it looks good. It looks like all the kicking, ass. Zelda out here. Making her keep and look at that. So she is primarily her Sheikha Asleep abilities which every character has access to you. But hers are a little bit more epic like her bomb for example, is like A. Bomb that spits out many bombs and it's pretty global. Yeah. Yeah. I think this is going to be fun. This actually comes out November twentieth and pick me comes out October thirtieth. So these are two. I mean, I think this game's much bigger than pigment three personally. But yeah, and it's an awesome set up their sleeve, which is nice. It's interesting that they're choosing to focus on this game. Because I think a lot of people were hoping for an update on what's happening with breath of the wild to not to say that we need like a full game play reveal or anything like that. Clearly, this game isn't going to be happening until two thousand, twenty one at the earliest but it would have been nice to get like a teaser or something in conjunction with this Jairo. Warriors announcement, and this is a little bit of A. Guy When this game was announced. Feel like those were a month ago a few weeks ago. was they said, yeah. Sorry. We know. We know what you really want. Just please be patient you really really want. Yeah, they. Yeah but. We can't give out to you yet. The thing. Thanks bye. Yeah I. Think it'll be good. It'll be a little guitar over. It also face. This is an appetizer main course exactly at Obama's or Bros a kick ass you. She got a hack and slash the lightning, their little shield she's like mosquito. been and kill you. If you want to see the game play that we're referring to, of course, youtube dot com slash what's good games or you can go to the Nintendo YouTube account as well. But did you spend a lot of time with hydro warriors doesn't Feel like your style of game and please tell me if I'm inaccurate, you're not wrong. No I played like I said, a little bit of the I went back. When was on we you but the problem with you is this is kind of Game I. Think I could only played multiplayer because it's just more entertaining play someone but someone had a play on the you game had an some could play on the TV and so as you can imagine that didn't work very well Jason was playing on the way you gamepad because of course, he was and I had the Nice Big Shiny TV. His game, he knows his role absolutely his game play on the game pad was really laggy. It didn't look very good I mean it was the Game Pad Right? So I played it. It was fun. But the reason I'm more interested in this one is because of again, it's going expand on the story. Breath of the While we're GONNA get a deeper dive into characters like are both saw relationship she had with Zelda and Zelda's relationship with these folks and that's I. Think we're the the excitement comes from for me.

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"luigi" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Was not if that amazing though, that Luigi is, you know Pete like Luigi and has an affinity for Luigi because he's the under appreciated brother that he's always overshadowed by Mario and Pete feels a kinship there being overshadowed. With, you know, people that he works with and within management, etcetera within the company, but also that Luigi's a nervous worrier. Pete, do you connect from Luigi on that level is well. I think so. I don't think I'm as bad as I used to be with nervous worrying, But but, yeah, it was. It was like my brother. What was your peak of being a nervous worrier when I was in high school? Worried about everything. And now you're carefree is down to about percent. Zippity doo, does it. Isn't it funny that in high school, you could be a worrier. And then you realize, in retrospect, there's nothingto worry about in high school thing. That's exactly it. That's exactly what happened. It's funny, man. I know. I know the feeling. It's like when you're young. And you have all these worries. You think that everything is so important. Then you grow up and you realize Oh, my God. Nothing. Was that important back then. It's like Anything that I worried about was so insignificant. The only worry you worry about the real stuff now, you know? Yeah. Deep thoughts with the D a show, so that leaves us Comfortably into a second about headlines and taking away the major league Baseball playoffs. As we all reminisce son loves lost anxiety.

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"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"My First Game Cube Game I remember my parents getting me the game back in two thousand one slow masterpiece me to Chamara M Thompson. It's just a great game. Love the atmosphere just overshadowed by Mario. He's not wrong. You could have had this game with Mario like not really in here just been Luigi. got a mansion. Yeah Mario. Buzzer can feel Kinda shoehorn then I would have been okay. which is king booby in the final boss with no bowser robot anything. I would have been fine without thousand in it but I feel like Mario Kinda interesting because that gives him kind of like a out a little bit of conflict that he needs to figure this out to rescue his brother. We get to see the side of Luigi where he wants rescues brother any costs unlike upper games where Mario Solis piece of shit to his? Sweet some like pure garbage like Mario tennis like. What is that like puts it there we've Luigi windy like rubs he'll. Yeah, the one I actually wins. Dick. Are. You such a Dick. Okay and from this one Jason Kemp bought it with the Cuban launched. One of my all time favorite games. I played there at least once a year which they report it to the switch don't worry they will for sixty dollars one of these days. Collection. Just sixty dollars but you'll have a new hat so it'll be worth. And this one for Ian. Franz I tried it for the first time about a year ago not a fan I can insists. Out I guess nothing's forever on. So No, I mean I'm glad that I still enjoyed this game a lot. So I can see why people don't like it though because of it it, it's not super long. For me, I, don't want anything to prolong anymore. That's Depends on the person. All right and this one from ten to one of the best games game. Q my opinion, the only real issue was I finished with one goes uncaptured because you..

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"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"I want to say I can't remember I I I just know as a kid that was missing one of those items in that setting wide never finish this game. A hats in the laundry room just before the butlers. Room. It's the first one you get I do like part. When you go down, there's a part where you dropped down a well and you go into secret little tunnel and you end up seeing Mario and a portrait and King Boo talking to him, which is you know story the One of the few story beats of this game. Never, I can never find that star and then I can never I never knew how to get madam the there's until I got to give all these items to, and then you can capture her within gives you a key and after I got stuck can I could not figure out to do Madame clairvoyance I couldn't say it. That's what broke me in this game back in two thousand one. But I didn't remember that I had no recollection of that's why plane until when we were playing for the show I was like Oh that's why I never could get through this game. You. Know the time before the Internet was asked as Vaillant for looking up stuff as it is now. Two Thousand ones, I. Don't know why I didn't. Make. Kid. I. Don't think I cared as much. I was so excited to play smashes mainly. Yeah. Well, I missed that same room to that you're talking about I'm watching the video I didn't go in that room either l. let's see. You're on now don't feel bad. You have to go into first person mode in paying a little will suck you in the dog house right before but losses now. Out I didn't that was a that was a tough portrait. Go through me that fucking dog. I was not happy. Did you have to get them into bark to wake up Mr Bones and I was dumb. Chemo's Portugal's in this game are really good. But that was one that annoyed me. We gotta talk about the best one real quick. and. Go into the music room and you start a as Mike said you shake the object, but it's clearly Luigi humping them. That's that's neither here nor there. Activate all these musical instruments and it's plan. I think it's the world field music I think Mario One. Is One. Yet is okay..

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"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"But I do like like the portrait goes essentially boss mini bosses, I I think the best way to put it whereas you go the whole point of the game, he going different rooms and most rooms you'll have to just be go beat the regular enemies in the room when the lights turn on in the room is done but some rooms will have what's called a portrait, go who like a mini boss and they're all like different specialized goes like a puzzle to get them to show their heart. Very, interesting concept. They actually have personality too because like the first three you get, it's basically a dad mom in their their baby demon baby adding baby is good now and you could figure out on your own Dir weakness or you can use your little. What is it called a gameboy poorer yeah. You can use adding thing kind. Give you. It's not really a good clue bill. Give you a little bit clue to figure out how to defeat them. Usually, a hand in there somewhere. I need. Google. At all. Also one thing I I do want to mention that that's kind of a throwback to to a very old mario game that wouldn't really made me recognize a lot of people that I didn't even think about the as we're playing this game is the ghost drop a poison mushroom when you're trying to suck them up. Only game, they had a poison mushroom at this point in time was Mario, the loss level loss levels look kind of cool to have a throwback that very shitty game in here like that. That would probably get Malay would have had it two? or at the same time. Only has to them. Okay. So I kinda thought that was interesting. How they they have what the goals are throwing at you and it was pretty cool. Then you get one. When you call for Mario it's all edged. But you can't cracking small drew. I was always annoyed like the vacuum. I like the first three set of a portrait goes like the woman is kind of cool yet like pull the shade opens and then to get her to get cold in your heart shows but it was a baby that gave me trouble at first I could not remember how to get the baby to wake up 'cause I I wasn't moving at first I'm like I did this before I almost I got to his game I can figure it out. Nope they give you that ring of coins are on the rocking horse. Push in that direction I kept I remembered you had to do something with the ball picking the ball and trying to shoot the ball in the crib two points. I had it wrong make the rocking horse like you said, then you shoot him with the ball I remember part of it but not all of it you heard it here folks Luigi hates babies. Awesome what did you think of the first boss fight when it warps you to the boss world whatever the hell it is up for the baby boss fights air for the big baby I really liked 'cause it starts off with like a little nurture boss by the baby's crib in you had to take the ball and like slammed back him at that point I didn't think of him as A. Boss as like Dahmer to the the women that's a calmer hair in the men and the rocking chair but it was interesting. So you defeat him. No..

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"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"It is creepy I mean it's a very kittyhawk, but it's still like it took some time trying to figure out how I'm doing and I do like how randomly told shows up at different places and just try until you find him. I was like, how did you get through all these lock door ended up here like come on now. I Save Your Game Yeah Does he but also the game face pretty frequently too because anytime while later on anytime catch a boo saves to yeah it. It never felt I. Mean I played this will save states goes you know I can't. I own a copy somewhere in a been that came out launch day. So I had no, I had no qualms emily save states I didn't need them, but there's nothing nothing brings me more joy than be able to hit F. One and say whenever the hell I feel like f three low whenever they all I feel like it. More joy the net pretty much that for a certain Para Portugeuse. Later okay. It also like did you a decent job of breaking his mansion into four parts and I will say I'm saying this many times in the show probably the Ray we're going. But for some reason whenever you go in that first room I just think a resin needle though my mansion. The staircase leading up to the second floor I like it. Took some inspiration from the. End How the whole set. You KINDA block new stages but venue you usually come back to some the same stages. So look for more booze or to go on lock our doors you can unlock before. You were constantly unblocking new areas but still exploring discover new areas within the scene announced stages that you discovered before this. Year. That's what I was thinking of just now when you were saying it. Is Resin. Evil Metro Vania because each as we put eat level is kind of divided up but did you notice the pattern of the keys that you get? Are they and the diamond key in a heart key I did not put two and two together until now. Okay good point who say that probably wasn't expiration then. One thing that did irritate me in this game I didn't find out later. So early on, you start finding that you find money, you find jewels to Portugal's throw pearls on my own money. I'm like I, better upgrade stuff. So I'm collecting money collecting money and after a little after about two bosses down like what do this money like Google that you're like What is it good for? Absolutely nothing it's your score, my kid two thousand and one who the fuck cares about core. But did that stop you from second up? Paper Dollar Coin that you? I choose not to athlete the fifth. There is some super satisfied about it. When you open a drawer and a bunch of money just flies into the air, you suck up every single piece I would out of my way to get as many as I could for even though I knew they did nothing I just kept doing some I did forget the plant third time I think it was the first time I did that one. I did it twice then I forgot about it. Doesn't matter..

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"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"They didn't even bother to get any of Luigi key characteristic that already been invented. It's bad game. Put us all this is you said it's a Mario game, but not really Mario game and it Kinda sets that tone. As soon as you turn the power on, you get the Intendo logo in the spooky voice reading it. Dole. Says immediately sets the tournament. This isn't quite a Mario adventure that you would expect. Inc You about Mario and this is anytime you accident. Click. One He's gone. Mario Mario. Compress Jason. I get that joke unfortunately. I forgotten when I when I was getting ready to play the game I remember that existed by couldn't remember how you did it and when I went to press a when I was trying to open a door, do something that I missed. I heard Mario. Oh. That's all that works. My wife was watching place like what does he keeps saying that whenever I tried to interact with something but don't quite lineup rate or just press the button while walking all the time It's what it's really like it is a little spooky I mean not really spooky, but it's rookie for a Mario Game Yes it's spooky nintendo allow until the game they're released next year. I like how the whole like Poe ideas at least in the game starts off, you have nothing this not a platform at all does it just an adventurer type game? Well, even when you open the doors anytime, you use a key I skipped his animation every single time for the first time he opens the door as slow as he can like, he's terrified of what's behind the door. Yeah. I'm yeah I attended game out imagine for kids at that point look really young kids we'll probably get some scares out this game like atmosphere they build it is warranted attended games rarely scary for kids. Sam. I've jumped times. But I was more like what the fuck out until their enemy I kill but. I'm pretty sure this is the first instance of. Luigi. Being the coward to. Carried on the margin Luigi Games. So that would have been after this think I can't remember. Gameboy advance I can't remember the year. Yes. I'm pretty sure this was a launch title for the Game Cube and It just pick men and smash brothers mainly relaunch titles. I'm looking to see what was the first Luigi game apparently in two thousand thirteen there was a doctor Luigi game. Yeah. It's A. On the shop. That's a pretty bad. We have many games Martin Louis was two and three. Okay. So that's way past this, but it hasn't. It's interesting also like how big of the flashlight plays in this game and we had just played his right after Alan. Wake. Up Wake, but I liked that the whole concept is he's in this mansion in like the first part. When he goes in the room, he opens a locked door you have. Everything's all cold..

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"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Episode Eighty, nine of game. My mom found I m Mike Calverton and who is mommy? With Tonight Mario. Michael King Boo, boos, and Austin from trash podcasts. Awesome. Welcome back. It's been a while we had you on. It's been a while though I'm glad to be back and this game is a lot more fun than that spanking. God which wasn't in a jeep spider man, the animated series game for. Just a superintendent on. Yeah. That's rough. This was a lot easier comparison. That was a Shitty game. Yeah. I mean, you were also on the street. We did the street fighter movie thing we did together that was also. That was fun now like not good movie, but it was fun. It's WanNa talk out reporting on. Recording recording was fun. Yeah. Not so much movie. Yeah. You're not I can't. I can't double dragon two for the show unfortunately, I can't remember that either. It's bad enough that interest what we're going to be talking about actually try worry people I know you're from real fast and then he kind of said it but let's go more detail if you want. Sure. Yeah. So on the main hose, a trash on podcast, the breakdown, a movie TV show of you game or accomplish every week we drink while we do it and yeah trash podcast that's pretty much the whole gist pre simple and before have you introduced what we're talking about know doing this? All wrong. we should give a quick shout to our buddy that's been on the show before at America you see would hurt him on a few the Silent Hill episode he was on recently you click on that, you would have heard started his own. Fast too I forgot about that. needs to be done movies. He was he started his own podcast talk games. You will see Lincoln, the show knows it just went live as of this as of today at this recording. So by the time you hear it, you'll have there should be to episodes up..

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"luigi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"For hip hop is standing up to racism and racial injustice in the black and brown community Luigi happen here big boy's neighborhood what little oh my gosh van one NFL quarterback is under fire right now from everybody I'm talking about fans I'm talking about teammates we're talking about none other than drew Brees the saints franchise quarterback bro this is there the golden tickets through grease one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL probably top three if anything that everyone talks about but with everything going on right now drew Brees did make a statement on it during an interview and it has everybody just confused in a sense and they're mad listen to what he had to say I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country let me let me just tell you what I see or what I feel when the national anthem is played and when I look at the the flag of the United States I envision my two grandfathers who fought for this country during World War two one in the army and one of the marine corps both risking their lives to protect our country and to try to make our country and this world a better place so every time I stand with my hand over my heart looking at that flag and singing the national anthem that's what I think about and in many cases it brings me to tears thinking about all that he's been sacrificed not just those in the military but for that matter those throughout the civil rights movement of the sixties and everyone and all that has been endorsed by so many people up until this point and everything right with our country right now no it's not we still have a long way to go but I think what you do by standing there and showing respect for the flag with your hand over your heart is it shows unity it shows that we are all in this together we can all do better and that we are all part of the solution young man when he said those words I will never agree with anybody just respecting the flag of the affected states of America burl everybody went crazy we're talking about got it so wrong bro because yes what Colin Kaepernick was doing bro is exactly where we are today you know and and no point did any of the messaging from Colin said you know F. the flag that means that everybody tried to change the narrative but no one had a problem with police brutality no one had a problem with people being murdered no one had a problem wait wait ingest is nope no one had a problem with that you know they took that you know they called Donald Trump call him you know a son of a B. you know yeah breeze coming out the side of his neck saying these things grow at a time like this that he sounds ridiculous and I'm I'm eleven a backlash Davies gate now everybody don't have to use the same way if they wanna take him do so yeah man there's a lot of there's a lot of players a lot of players even his own teammates like for example Michael Thomas was one of them is that we don't care if you don't agree and whoever else how about that but there is so many we got lebron we don't come back to me we go back to we can't just leave here yesterday around our radios big boy's neighborhood ninety two is one more time this morning can you real ninety two three traffic sponsored by all state commerce seven ten north and it's in the five north as a stalled out car.

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Teixeira dominant in fifth-round TKO of Smith

Sports X Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Teixeira dominant in fifth-round TKO of Smith

"Quick Glover Teixeira does get the knock out TKO in the fifth round a minute for into that fifth round so if you haggle over to share in the main event over at the Smith he takes care of business in a fight that he dominated the last two and a half round and takes care of business there so that court is over the UFC fight night twenty nine on ESPN plus and then the next court will be coming up on Saturday remember Lou finna coro gamble and Luigi and really Louis de both those guys our number one on Friday show so you will get some great plays from those guys trust me and some great breakdown on USC's card for

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The Whys and Hows of Managing Machine Learning Artifacts

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

10:07 min | 2 years ago

The Whys and Hows of Managing Machine Learning Artifacts

"Are everyone I am here with Lucas Ewald. Lucas is the CEO and Co founder of weights and biases. If Lucas is name sound familiar. That's because we Spoke last on the PODCASTS. In August of last year twenty nine nineteen episode to ninety five on managing deep learning experiments Welcome back to the Tamiami podcast. Thank Them. It's great to be back yet. It's awesome be back Folks that are listening may not be able to tell. Probably they can't tell but we're experimenting with Doing video more more for these interviews. So Lucas I who always have a fun time when we get together in person or now having a even more fun all time because we can see one another. So where giggly you know. That's what it is But Lucas folks want to catch your background. They can check out that episode and will link to it in the show notes but What have you been up to since Since last August I know one. Big thing is changed for you. Had A baby fully. Has that changed my life and priorities. Maybe more work relevant. We've been working on improving the product and you know. I think one of the reasons I wanted to talk and come back on your show. Is You know we just recently put out? A A new product called wasted by artifacts that were super excited about Yup and that's What will spend our time talking about you know. Tell us a little bit about the problem. You're trying to solve with artifacts totally. I mean you have such good or did you. Call looking good diagrams. Sort of laying out all the different pieces in the industry. I kind of. I'd love to know how it exactly fits into Tier Diagram. It's always insightful. To see that You're referring to the the book definitive guide to machine learning platforms And I broke out kind of at least my view of the M. L. tooling and platform landscaping into data acquisition and management experimentation and model development and then model deployment and management and so I would think is artifacts in the middle of those two or the last of those who has a straddle. Well I think it might kind of straddle so let me just tell you the problem that we were trying to solve you. Tell me how we should have. We should be dismissed okay. So so basically. What happened was our experiment tracking platform. You feel super proud of it. It's been really popular inside faster growth in anything that I've been a part of and so you know costly asking our users you know. Like what else do you want like? What is this? What does it feel like? It's missing and the biggest request was I was like well look like you know. This is tracking all the experiments. I do and I can compare all the models I build In reality there's kind of other things that are really important for me to track like I want to track my data sets and I want to check the models and I also want to in some cases like connect steps together and kind of like a pipeline And so you know. We build artifacts as Like an adjacent. That's separate because we think that we want to keep our experiment tracking a really tight point solution. That's really good but we also want to make it really easy to kind of track more things that you might care about. And you're the main things like that are probably data. Sets models and and pipelines is important to note. I think some people kind of comparison with like are like looked at my my overview. And they say well how is it? Different than something. Like airflow that manages pipelines and. I think it's important really different right. I it just tracks it. So what what it would do is like you say you have some set of data and you do some transfer on and the navy trainer model and then maybe like you know test that model and a couple of different data sets and maybe you need some quantification than you play it What WB artefacts do as it would basically save all the steps and save the fact that they're all connected together so You know a lot. Like management is the right management. It's model difference. You're not The state machine or the the graph. You're not managing that. You're not standing up. They need an airflow or Luigi or something else that is actually tracking the state of all the objects in this pipeline. And you are kind of doing what you something similar to what you did with the experiment management product where you're capturing metrics of things as they move through this process yet saving it right so you know if you want to save something like your data set or your model we make it really easy for you to save it and version it but then a lot of our users asked for his. Hey we just WANNA track. We don't want to necessarily like you know upload these gigantic files to Your Service. We have a bucket somewhere. We have him on on Prem And so you know we let you You know. Save a pointer to those things If you want to so Yeah I think I think. Model Management and data management is. Maybe the best way of thinking about it. I mean I think what what I know for. Sure is that You know everybody's asking us for this. It must be if it's not a category. I think it's going to become a category and there's certainly lots of tools that you know. There's lots told do pieces of this and in some cases like you have your are more ambitious than this. It's really important to us that we work nicely with all these things. I mean you have such a great that Katameya sort of like you know sort of antenne platforms and You know point solutions and you know what are our real core values winston biases to be you know. A set of interoperable point solutions. That do one thing really well and play nicely with all the things around it and then you try to put that together. The kind of core problem that you're trying to solve here as you come at it. From the perspective of again experiment management where you had folks your tools to track different experiments that they were running as part of their model development process. But you found that. That component was used as part of the pipeline. They were getting data from somewhere they would run it through multiple some series of transformations and then ultimately run an experiment and folks wanted to track more of that process. Oh that Yeah I often Talked to folks that are trying to do kind of providence. Solve the this data providence problem or or decision providence. Even where you've got a model that makes an inference and you want to Kind of go all the way. Back from that inference. The decision to you know the model that was deployed in the experiment. That said that that model was the best model than data that started in a training set. That allowed you to train up that model that one and you know the data points that influence ultimately the data points and influence this decision missiles. Solve more of that problem than you were doing before. Yeah I think like you know There's lots of really interesting paint points here. That people talk about all the time like you know model explain ability and model reproducibility and those are. Obviously they're like huge problems. But I think like the the sort of core thing that we see a lot of our user struggling with is just literally knowing what data set the model got trained on what data set actually or what model actually got to put into production so so. That's the core focus. We have like you know. We work with Or the couple companies that do you know kind of retailed are trying to build systems that automatically can detect like what you're buying. Is you walk out like the Amazon store and know one of the things that those companies will have in common is their like constantly getting new labeled data rate because they have cashiers in their store there lay labeling the data live and they often have they always new products coming in right and so what happens to them is that they really like never train the models on the same data set right so it's actually like every single time at trains. It's sort of like a different basket of stuff that the models get trained on. It's not just incremental growth of their training data set but there it's different. It's just it well. Actually in that case is incremental growth. I'll say we have actually have the opposite thing where it's not. Incremental growth is actually shrinking. So you know some of our customers get Kind of privacy. Take downs right. Where you know. People will say Actually one one company with this talked with this as I robot right where you know people say take my data set out of I robot data. Of course they do that right but then what happens is now your your data. Set has certainly changed right. So it's not exactly Apples apples Maybe right maybe it's a but But you know I think that the overhead it sounds simple maybe a two track all that But the important thing is that you really really have to do it right. Like you have to have a system where you're always tracking it the same way so that when you do this comparison it's really easy to say You know which is what they'll say. Look another issue is like with our vehicle companies. They don't they have actually so much data typically that they they never tried it all their data right so they're they're actually every time they build a model selecting pieces of it and they're often something different pieces like for different purposes. So I guess like you know. Some case. Data sets growing some cases it's shrinking and some cases. You're like picking and choosing from different data sets but in in all these cases You know we think the really like core need here or they didn't need the pain that we want to solve it just like we will keep track of what data sets your. Your model was trained on.

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Kingpins Rewind: Diamond Jim Pt. 1: Vincenzo Colosimo

Kingpins

08:44 min | 2 years ago

Kingpins Rewind: Diamond Jim Pt. 1: Vincenzo Colosimo

"Jim knew the stakes from the moment. Bath House. John Inky Dank had called. They had put their faith in him giving him an opportunity to be more than just a two bit pimp and now he had to show them that they hadn't made a mistake. He thought the local politicians had liked him because he was tactful and quick thinking the kind of guy who could make sure his people voted the right way but now jim saw things for what they were more than anything the Alderman's respected him for this his willingness to get his hands dirty to do what needed to be done. That was what made big Jim Different. Jim had been trusted to collect protection vs from the city's illegal brothels the price of protection had gone up and some people weren't happy about it. Particularly Georgie the meanest Madam in town. Jim didn't feel guilty about beating her. Perhaps the brass knuckles were a bit much but he had to send a message to every barmaid and madame around big Jim Cosimo had arrived and he had no intention of leaving. I'm how hard it and I'm kate. Leonard and this is King Pins on the PODCAST network every week. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses will explore how money and power change them and how it changed the community around them. This is our first episode on Jim. Cosimo one of America's first modern kingpins. This week we'll be exploring his rise from indigent immigrant to crime. Lord of Chicago's Red Light District. Next week we'll look at his fall from grace arrest and the lasting legacy of his empire. You can listen to. All of Park has shows wherever you listen to podcasts. And if you enjoy the show one of the best ways to help us to leave a five star review now let's dive into the life of Chicago's first notorious Vice Lord. Big Jim Cosimo. Jim COSIMO was a self made man. He had come from nothing and yet had risen to become. Chicago's most feared and respected crime. Lord everybody knew Damon Jim and not just for his jewelry and that flashy three piece suit. He always wore for every moment. Jim had spent as a beggar peddling newspapers on the street corner. He intended to more than make up for it now that he had money in his pocket. Jen Colosio wasn't a pimp. He may have begun his criminal career selling sex on the Chicago streets but he had worked long and hard to become something much more than that by nineteen fourteen. Jim just turned thirty six. He already controlled be directly or indirectly more than one hundred businesses in. Chicago's first ward the Red Light district. He owned gambling joints and opium parlors billiards halls and saloons. Some even whispered that he sold Italian national lottery tickets and ran an underground wine business. Jim was in the business of sin and business was booming estimates at the time had him clearing well over half a million a year which in today's dollars would equate to roughly twelve and a half million. Jim Rarely traveled anywhere. If not by uniform chauffeur his elegant jewelry it led many to start calling him. Diamond Jim a name. He more than willingly accepted. He had a reputation now and it was one. He looked forward to living up. Two years. Spent living in luxury. Had led jim to develop an affinity for the fine arts. One art in particular stood out as his favourite the opera. He came to every show sometimes buying up as many as thirty seats. He always brought an entourage. Sometimes it was just a few of his men and their wives other nights. It was the men and their girlfriends after every show. Jim was welcomed backstage. Every member of the Chicago. Opera Company recognized him. He invited the singers. And the Maestro over to his restaurant call a simos cafe. He knew they would come. They always did after the show. Jim Returned to the restaurant and poured himself a drink since its opening in nineteen. Ten COSIMO's cafe had quickly become one of Chicago's hottest nightspots politicians celebrities and wise guys alike all gathered there each night to enjoy the old school Italian cooking and lively entertainment but it was the after dinner activities that truly endeared cosimo's cafe to the Chicago elites gambling joints were dime a dozen but where else but coliseum ohs could an intrepid diner go upstairs and gamble until the wee hours of the morning with hardened criminals state senators and foreign actresses alike. One night at cosimo's cafe sometimes bag jim more than a week's worth of his brothels receipts and Jim knew he was really selling the same thing at either venue not just food or sex. He was selling something far. More important. An experience Jim saw little distinction between the customers at his brothels. And those who pulled cigars and gambled away thousands at his restaurant as far as he was concerned. The only real difference between the two was that you never had to pretend you cared whether the brothel patrons had enjoyed themselves and for Jim pretending to care was the worst part he had lived his life without conscience never stopping to consider who he was hurting along his way. This way of living had done him. Well it had been the factor that allowed him to grow from nothing into the Titan. He had become the story of Jim. Cosimo begins in colostomy a small mountainous town in southern Italy with the birth of a child. By the name of Vincenzo. By the time Vincenzo Cosimo was born on February sixteenth. Eighteen seventy eight. The economy in southern Italy had taken a turn for the worse with jobs. Few and far between men of working age. Were already starting to ship off to the United States in hopes of finding their fortune but leaving colostomy was hardly an option for Vincenzo. Father Luigi who had grown up in the tiny mountain town Luigi Zone father remained. The area's most wealthy landowner. He would raise his family here. No matter how difficult it may be. Unfortunately those plans were dashed by the tragic passing of Luigi Wife Vincenzo. Mother JUST SUBPOENA. Luigi was now a widower with four children to take care of and with his own job prospects dim at best amid the stalling economy. He made a decision that would change the course of history in eighteen. Ninety one Luigi send his youngest son Vincenzo off to America. He was only twelve years old with a bright future ahead of him. Luigi hoped the boy would become wealthy enough to support the rest of the colosseum. Oh clan three long weeks after departing from Naples Vincenzo and his twenty one year old half brother. Antonio arrived by steamship into New York Harbor. The pair hardly had any time to enjoy the New York skyline before they were put on a train to Chicago where Luigi had made arrangements to have the boys room in the city's ever-growing Italian neighborhood Antonio was ready to go home before the pair had even arrived he'd been tasked with leading the youngster across the Atlantic but he had no interest in staying in America as soon as he ensured that Vincenzo had a roof over his head Antonio bid his younger brother. Good bye and luck.

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"luigi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"A Luigi is out there G. real quick Luigi and we're going to do it the right all what's going on out there in Vegas bro as wild going down mark is going to create a do what he's told low now you you yeah you sounded okay beforehand yeah yeah I myself for we get rare I get other ideas new you know what I think I think you go to Vegas not just for the hell I think you go to Vegas just because you want to go to Vegas you know I love a good yeah man did you take you nobody wants you to Vegas iris actually down here with me this time two a week he and I had to make sure yeah pretty much okay to fight promoters so what so you what time is your flight yesterday little yell man yesterday's flight was at six thirty in the ranks forty minutes to get to Las Vegas so we get to Las Vegas we show up I'm here we wrap our bags and we head towards the right chair area as I'm heading towards the right sherry I just see hundreds of people and I'm like oh my gosh Tyson fury while others some somebody famous is here right and all of a sudden we get to the right your area big and there's three hundred people just looking at their phones frustrated and I'm wondering what the hell is going on and everything is at a standstill every single car is stopped people are walking back and forth people are just arguing with people and I'm like wondering what's happening all of a sudden somebody tells me that Donald Trump is expected to arrive so all of McCarron airport is on complete shot while big a man got a trump supporter are you excited at the time are you are you frustrated I'm not a trump supporter brown that it ought to be in a widely has now because you got held up at the airport so now here they have your endorsement anymore does duty at everybody held for like two hours I kid you not it took two hours a few how right of state were you when you first got there and you saw that.

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"luigi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"luigi" Discussed on Big Brains

Big Brains

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on Big Brains

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"luigi" Discussed on Big Brains

Big Brains

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on Big Brains

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"luigi" Discussed on Big Brains

Big Brains

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on Big Brains

"Uh ten years ago the was a little company called power ventures whose business model was to help you manage multiple social media the same time so you will give the logging and pass it to all your social media to venture and then you log in power venture you policy Halsey picture in the Power Venture Povince Yogi put in snap eastern. What's up you tell them they do it and vice versa? Facebook sued power venture claiming that they were hacking and because they have good. Lois and power venture was astounded. Not realize they end up up winning. And establishing that if I give you my log in and Password of facebook and entering my account with my permission you you are committing hacking which the federal crime so they will use the power of the law to block this multi homey and thus lack of competition and then and when you don't have multi homey you naturally tend to have this networks the knowledge that I wanna be what other people are and so you end up. Adding an enormous concentration like we have a facebook today which has been exacerbated by the fact that they bought instagram and they boards right which were to potential competitors does? It's easy to see the concerns and issues that these digital platforms present. It's harder to come up with solutions. But in two thousand nineteen guys convenient conference conference of Economists Lawyers Journalists Venture Capitalists and data scientists to do just that after months of research and debate. They devised the list of possible solutions and even submitted that list to Congress. The interesting thing that I thought is. I read some of this as you guys came through some pretty practical applicable applicable recommendations. I E let's come up with a new digital regulatory agency or a digital authority. Can you talk about that. And maybe some of these other very practical so surprised that academics can come up with something. Practica are not dancing on the pinhead saying crazy stuff. Economists are never known for that. So that's okay. Actually I would say that the idea of creating a new agency is probably not the most. Original idea is right but it's is not the most of the regional idea when the the problem. You've you create a comedian. And then I think there are potential risks involving that too but I think that the thing that in my view emerged coach the most and is something that we need to pay a lot of attention is the power in the data these platforms control their own data days. No regulator that has access to matter those Datas so we don't even know the facts in the old days when when it was TV when TV was the anything first of all you add a Federal Communication Commission that actually look at the TV oversee that TV sector but also they they were like what three channels the beginning for channels. Everybody watched the same China's everybody could see if there was something wrong or if something distorted in in those channels ask today with each platform. I don't know what you see. And so we have some ads. The target a particular vulnerable sector of the population unless you belong to that sector. You're never gonNA see that ad so you don't know the problem. There is nobody watching this. So is as if we have the best techniques to sell alcohol to the alcoholic or drugs to the drug addicts and these nobody watching. In addition to a regulatory authority. They also recommended extending campaign. Disclosure obligations imposing a fiduciary duty towards society on the boards of monopolies and tightening mini. US antitrust rules and that last point about anti-trust was a little controversial coming from a University of Chicago economist. We'll find out why after the break. Capitalism is the engine of prosperity actually sows the seeds of its own. Demise could be right. I'm Kate Waldorf from Georgetown University and losing godless from the University of Chicago where the hosts of capitalism capitalism. It's a podcast about what's working in capitalism today and most importantly what is it. We're GONNA share this sort of irreverent banter. You'd hear between economists at a bar that he's the communists were to go to a bar so it's capitalism. You can find US wherever you get your podcasts. As we said at the beginning Sin Galaxies Commencement speech made made headlines in the New York Times and it was specifically because of his views about antitrust enforcement antitrust laws deal with how monopolies are regulated. When you hear are people talking about stronger antitrust enforcement for tech companies? They're usually talking about breaking them up. Splinter for instance from facebook youtube from Google. Cool Seagal is thinks. Both of these are great idea to understand why that caused such a stir. You'd understand the history of the Chicago School of Economics so first first of all there wasn't evolution over time so in the thirties and forties the position was dominated by and we Simon's who wrote a very important a pamphlet called deposited program for less affair where anti trust and under trust enforcement played in extremely important role in keeping the market competitive and making the system work. Ironically some of his students Joe Stiegler Milton Friedman and our director who started from from those positions over the years became increasingly disillusioned about the role of antitrust and the issue of antitrust is of long standing standing the basic antitrust legislation was enacted in in eighteen ninety. And we've had many ups and downs and its applications the law I suppose to promote competition but on the whole it probably does more to promote monopoly than it does competition moreover it involves a a very inefficient interference by the government into the dynamics of the economy. This was the position of Chicago in the fifties. And I think think over the late fifties and sixties the disillusion where the antitrust enforcement in particular number. One the aggressiveness of the enforcement and the lack of a coherent idea. A while the Anti Trust was trying to achieve at the time economics was expanding in other areas. There's an hour. Director was crucial in bringing economic methods into the law. And he said we need to have a very clear objective of what the law wants to achieve Steve and we need to apply rigorously and in particular he was saying and I think it was absolutely right on this win. Forces this law the judges the judges are not particularly Kalihi train on this. So you need to have some principle. They clearly spell out to have a consistent law because the worst thing is to have have completely adoption as this is where the use of economic methods envelope starts to become important and one of the students. Here Robert Bork. I started to say the goal of the antitrust is just to maximize consumer welfare to benefit fit consumers at large and sees of tools to measure this consumer welfare and measure whether this will mean maximize our emergency where develop they became became the standard anti-trust and this became known as the Chicago School of antitrust that ended up dominating the war is not just a in the United States. But where you go to to you up you go to Latin America Asia. Everybody knows the Chicago School Chicago coach. I think it was a fantastic innovation. 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"luigi" Discussed on Big Brains

Big Brains

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"luigi" Discussed on Big Brains

"University commencement speeches. Don't often get headlines in the New York Times but the twenty Nineteen University of Chicago. Commencement speech from economist. Luigi Gallus did ed in the Chicago tradition. I wanted the complication speech to be speech about research about my research because for those of you who who of doled out the fortune to be Chicago alone you should know that Chicago's unique in having complication speeches delivered by faculty and thereby celebrities. I've participated in Nath. Commencement to know that I'm just a person between you and your well. There's a graduation party you you know I was facing the competition of Anglo American. Teaching at Hobby was not an easy thing to so I wanted it to be about research but also dead confusing contents with something that other Chicago Faculty before me said Intrude Chicago speed. My goal is to deliver a speech that daddy's provocative we searched bays. and rather than to you in this moment zinc Alyssa speech was certainly provocative. It focused on many ideas ideas and questions from his research. Mainly is America capitalism. Working or feeling if you grew up in Italy but then I will is a lot of other the countries and your colleagues who grew up in different parts of the world. And they'll la at some point face. This question of capitalism `socialism I and what is white and capitalism out you create a better. Capitalism is questioned at is basically with you all the time the debate over American capitalism shaping up to be one of the defining arguments of the coming decade. It is already one of the central themes of the current presidential race Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders has is explicitly called for the country to move toward socialism. While candidates like Elizabeth Warren Sake capitalism stover saving. It just needs to change like Warren's golly wants to save capitalism and he thinks we have a shot you want to save the planet a radical poverty and races but you find yourself walking working ten hours a day for a company whose only proclaimed goal east to maximize profits. Many of you feel powerless. You are charges constrained by award. We the previous generation built it. Won't you don't like but you feel you cannot change and fortunately this is not true from the University of Chicago. This is big brains. A podcast about the pioneering research in pivotal breakthroughs through that are reshaping our world on this episode the wages and gullies and saving capitalism from.

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Best Nintendo Switch Games Of 2019

Nintendo Voice Chat

09:31 min | 2 years ago

Best Nintendo Switch Games Of 2019

"Let's start it off with game of the year. Okay just to get the big the big. I guess it's not really an elephant in the room. I mean we talked about running for But Tom what were the nominees for the Nintendo game of the year for Nintendo Channel Game of the year. The nominees were three houses. pokemon sorting shield Luigi mentioned three supermarine maker to and the legend of Zelda Link's awakening. What a that's that's a pretty good year I party lineup to went back and looked at our lists from last year from twenty eighteen and it was really really good year right but like the the first party titles for is basically just poke them on smash pretty much and comparatively to xbox playstation? There's really really strong showing from Nintendo killed it. The three three of those were in our overall game of the year nominees as well whereas there were no there. There were no Playstation four or xbox one exclusives in our nominees for your overall essentially the middle of the switches life cycle than. It's pretty much kicking. But that's a that's a nice center point. We're in year three if the life cycle of this machine is more like the handheld like Dsm Gameboy. It'll be way longer. Yes the mid point is like in ten years or something. Yeah towards the last seven to ten years. That's when they sent out the garbage. And the Mario and Luigi Abby abby inside bouncers or what. We're going to tell people what one we're gonNA tell. Everyone went wine so we discussed extensively on a previous show Brian. I don't think you're yeah because I think you might have had a different opinion. What but I think most of US settled on? Fire emblem three houses. Probably being pick injury tunnel and and that is the one that won so gene has crown three houses as Nintendo game of the year and also won in people's choice awards for Nintendo switch game as Adema Adamus four percent of the vote choosing fire him. Because that's totally in tune with our community. I I think I mean honestly. LOSERS MANSION LINK'S AWAKENING POK MON monuments. And they're all really good game like if I score them they for me. They're all eight point five to nine point five range game and and then we also you know a couple we saw when we put out our nominations we saw a couple of people being worse. astral chain we only do five nine knees and I think if you asked her on the office probably probably astral train would be number six in that stray right it was Nintendo. Just had a really really good exclusive year. Even you know I didn't give it had huge glowing explosive review but like even though she's crafted world was fun. Game was a game this year. I think there's something like fourteen. Switch exclusive assist man crazy. Yeah I just I just talked about it and what happens when you don't support to systems at the same time this put it that way. I think that if you you look at or listen to NBC episodes from a year ago there was probably in the same way. We're looking at twenty twenty right now. There was hopefulness but also like a little bit of maybe be paranoia or skepticism. About how the year would roll out a year without like a big flagship. Three D Zelda or Big Three D Mario Game ultimately ultimately gave a lot of room to move around in for some of the slightly smaller. Ip's in their stable. And I'm pretty happy about that Firearms like not really my thing. But I think it's absolutely deserving to win link's awakening obviously from you as my favorite Nintendo exclusive deal but that's it's impossible with a separate fee from nostalgia. I'm feeling I mean the thing for me that I love about firearm limits. That Zach was such a can of like nick. He said. I'll check it out but I'm not gonNA play it much. And then he ended up completely getting lost in that game loving it and that just shows that firearm limbs taken another a step from being what we're really used to be this niche turn based strategy game to be something much much bigger and I think we'll see at the end of the. I think the sales are going to be really really impressive for that title. And I'm hopeful that this franchise will continue and continue to kind of experiment like this was a step in the right direction. Splitting the game into multiple copies apiece. That you had to buy like Pokemon was not a step in the right direction. Arise as Nice as it was to get that many. There's just so much in in three houses so you can play it again and get a different story. Yes Yeah I think like Zach story with this game is sort of symbolic of the larger story that's happening with a lot of people would switch You have lapsed gamers whereas you have new gamers and yet people that may never would have bought one of these things before are going in and connecting with these franchises for the first time. And that's really awesome and I think that was the hope with a game like Mario in rabbits to right there. That's a turn based strategy game and I think he was hoping that more people would pick it up. With the Mario Franchise sadly you know it didn't get quite that huge mainstream success and it was a really good game to it did pretty well. Yeah that's all that's I think that's the least for a while. Was the best selling third party. Switch which game yeah. Maybe we'll get a second one next year but I still want more you. RPG in that engine also shout out to Our best platformer of two thousand nine hundred supermarine maker to go away. Yes or that also won another major league best platformer should just be sponsored by Nintendo at this point that category brought to you by Nintendo. Because they are they kind of impossible to unseat in that carry despite some really good indie games coming out now in the platform of category. Still kind of own it to Super Mario Mario Maker is just ridiculous. Yeah the amount of stuff you can do with this. It was also cool that like just as we're having these conversations that game of the year to have an excuse to revisit that game and get the Master Sword which I did over the weekend so we should mention. Though the overall winner the overall winner was control and some lake and and friends MHM remedy. And I know this is a game that Janet really like Joe Championed and but our people's Choice Award was too straining which was a very divisive title here in the Office It was one of those games that I actually haven't been able to put that much time into it. They play like three hours and I did not get into even the me of that. Game is like dig it. It's Sifi animal. We'll crossing the chores and carrying around packages. I I like it. It's it's kind of Kooky but I I will admit that I can see a lot of people being put off by the game and in how repetitive it becomes after a while but like. I think it's really cool I forgot what the final tally was. Way over fifty. Thousand people voted for their Game of the year in the in the reader's choice awards and You know like Some Years Nintendo game will win both readers choice and our editorial Toyota pick across my arms but this year. You know the While we had multiple nominees fire MLB didn't quite make it into the into the top spot. It was I mean I think we knew a few months ago at least even probably halfway through the year that this was going to be really interesting year especially for game of the year stuff because the way it Kinda shook out was that there was a couple the front runners but then a bunch of games are also immensely popular and tied with a sort of third place voting area. The resident evil remake was very very very close. Yeah Yeah it was very close runner up and on. I think it's just there weren't very many stand out what masterpiece games sear like the last year like God of war in red dead came out in saint like that liberal college like fallen order was really good but it's also rough around the edges. Yeah performance issues issues and bugs and same with things awakening. Here's a good example. And obviously reviews are an individual's opinion but last year in twenty eighteen. We gave three tens and in two thousand nineteen we we and the years not done but having any right so that's I think a really good example bat said we gave like at least half a dozen. I think more board games and nine five right like this. This was exactly what you said right. It was a really good year of just create games really good games across the board but nothing that really just blew the roof off and stood out to everyone right right. Yeah when I tweeted out my favorite games this year listen I was kind of sort of taken aback at the variety. not only in genre but Like some of these games were incredibly tiny. Little Indie Games and others were massive. Triple A.. Action platforming games and stuff like that and it's really cool to see that there and then some VR games in there too. It's really cool to see just a mix of all that stuff this year. It'll be interesting next year. You know like like the kind of game of the year award. Darlings like Nintendo's Mario Zelda team were absent as rockstar naughty dog and stuff so it's GonNa be interesting next year with the new consuls and new Halo Halo in last of us. And see what we get from Nintendo with new councils. You always see Teams are sort of like figuring stuff out and there's that sort of like those hiccups that happened around on launch but intended is going to be really in the thick of solidifying. The switch is one of the best new platforms ever made. But we're going to get like their flagship title next year for as we know right now is animal Oh crossing which has historically never really one game of the year sort of like death straining and then it's pretty divisive games a Strand Strand on it is it is the national strategy gale and I love it. Ah Love Animals crossings. All that hurt me. That hurt me to here. I do want to give one shot out to our best strategy of winter which is sleigh. The spire fire which I could tell something was up the spot and get to say one of my favorite games.

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Google enters gaming with cloud-based streaming service Stadia

BTV Simulcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

Google enters gaming with cloud-based streaming service Stadia

"And is sticking with Google the company has finally launched its long awaited cloud gaming service stadia using stadium allows users to stream and play games via smartphones and web browsers ditching the old clunky console some are calling it the Netflix of gaining others aren't totally sold yet for more I want to bring in Arcadium president Kenny Rosenblatt Arcadium is the founder lead games company that has developed over one hundred titles across species and browsers and mobile devices so Kenny wasn't successful how was stadia well I think stadia is a long term play for Google I think coming right out of the gate there are a lot of naysayers out there but on the positive side it is a very very advanced technical solution but technical solutions don't sell game consoles would sell the game consoles our games and the line up at stadia came out with leaves a lot to be desired okay so what do you want to see from the game line up giving your history in that space to help boost the appeal yeah you need exclusivity you need games that are exclusive to the platform if you think Nintendo you think about merry and Luigi if you think about Microsoft to think about halo what is stating is exclusive content that will make users in players want to come to that platform right now they have I think twenty two games at once that you can play just about anywhere else Kenny was notable that I was reading some of the reviews online they're not entirely positive and so I wonder what eighteen he's think Korean if this is a nine inning series are we really just in the early stages where where where the earlier than that I mean you know stadia should talk to their friends at Microsoft and ask them about their entrance into the the gaming market this needs to be a long term play for Google we're talking ten plus years not just because of the technology adoption that needs to occur but they need to get their feet wet in developing content nobody thinks of Google as a content company they really need to forge relationships with developers they need to really understand what it means to foster a gaming community and they need to build on this if this is not like a ten year plus commitment that I think they may th just throw their hat a ring how they differentiate themselves in terms of their target audience well one of the problems was there you're right now is that they don't know who their target audience is and they're trying to be everyone to everything and it's just confusing so a lot of people are saying that this is the Netflix for games well the Netflix you actually don't pay for the movies that you are going to watch in stadia they have the subscription and then you have to pay for something so it's sending a very confusing message to the market which is why a lot of people have this wait and see attitude Kenny I unfortunately am not a gamer just yet so describe to me how big this market segment is what is the potential that Google sees yeah what I love about Google's move here is that the gaming market is over a hundred and fifty billion dollars worldwide that's a monster market it's bigger than television and movies combined so I like that they're going after a really large market but they have to you know stick with it for years to come additionally this is a market that's growing there's mobile devices in everybody's pocket and this this market is growing over nine percent just from last year so they are on the right trend they just gonna have to stick it out so then who's the next competitor I think Amazon is definitely gonna run into this space I think with their acquisition of twitch that you know showcase that that excitement about this market and you know Microsoft has long been here so there's a lot of cloud gaming companies out there that has deep roots in gaming that I think have a really good shot of taking a large percentage of this market share but the race is on let's see what happens I like that the race is on let's see what happens that's Arcadian president Kenny Rosenblatt thank you for

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St. Mark's Square reopens in Venice, but water remains high

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

St. Mark's Square reopens in Venice, but water remains high

"Despite sunny skies the city remains an H. due to possibly more wind propelled high tide washes late Tuesday water levels in Venice reached six feet one inch above sea level the highest flooding since nineteen sixty six Luigi prone yacht the city's met estimated damages from the flooding would reach at least one point one billion dollars the flooding has left Italians exasperated the incompletion of the city's long delayed Moses flood defense project completion of the multi billion euro project under construction since two thousand and three is being delayed by corruption scandals cost overruns and opposition from environmentalists worried about its effects on Venice's delicately goon ecosystem I'm Serra Busis

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Cancel Your Apple Arcade Trial Today If You’re Not Using It

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Cancel Your Apple Arcade Trial Today If You’re Not Using It

"Song gizmodo says we've all been there sign up for a free trial and then who leaped onto the apple arcade train as soon as launch here's a friendly reminder that you might want to cancel before your credit card gets charged of course you get one free month and apple arcade launch on september nineteenth so it's right around the corner for it is it's actually a really nice reminder but it definitely comes off as like a mean thing to say about a new platform got damning yeah soiling what five bucks or something so it's not crazy but five bucks five bucks put it right doesn't that story come off kinda like mean-spirited but it's not it's not for many motorways right after all these other game exactly right now i play these waiting for the train switch back and play luigi

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Italian PM sets seal on new government, unveils cabinet

A Public Affair

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Italian PM sets seal on new government, unveils cabinet

"The Italian prime minister Giuseppe county has revealed the ministers in his new coalition who be sworn in on Thursday the leader of the senior coalition partner Luigi do meio the populist five star movement is to be foreign minister five stars junior partners the center left Democratic Party will control the powerful finance

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