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Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

Virgo Today

03:12 min | 3 months ago

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

"Good morning bourbeau. Today's wednesday march third twenty twenty. One mars enters gemini here marzieh's versatile though we easily loses focus when the warrior planet loses his way in this communicative sign aggressive. Confrontations in strongly-worded emails can spike. Think before you speak this month this is virgo today. A spotify original from podcast. What does our past say about our present. And how do the choices we make today. Impact the path ahead join park cast for mystical guide toward the future journeying through cycles of life love and intuition and the spotify exclusive your magic every monday acclaimed author and host michelle t performs the centuries old practice of tarot reading for a celebrity guest letting the cards tell the story opening a window of intriguing insight into her guests career and life. Welcome to a cozma spot. Where misfits dreamers and disrupters come together. Listen free and exclusively on spotify by typing your magic in the spotify search bar. Let's begin your day. Mars enters your tenth house. This transit is all about being seen for the next month. Tasteful self promotion can help you gain notoriety. You'll want others to notice your talents. Just be wary of growing angry when you feel overlooked now. Take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Networking can feel faults but it's important instead of skirting the issue try being direct. Professional connections are formed to create mutually beneficial arrangements. The more you embrace the reality of that connection the more fun it can be contemplate your path to personal growth. It's easy to sit on the sidelines. Making jokes or adding ideas without taking the lead. But you were meant for more than easy. Have the courage to take center stage. Allow yourself to be seen virgo. Today is a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download the sanctuary app from the apple app and google play stores. Get your astrology. Tarot psychic readings today and follow sanctuary world on instagram. That's s anc t. u. a. r. y. w. r. l. d. horoscope. Today is a spotify original from podcast.

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Mission To Saturn

A Moment of Science

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Mission To Saturn

"Don Do you remember Saturn's Moon Titan sure do y'all who could forget such an interesting interesting moon Titan is larger than the planet Mercury and has a thick atmosphere of nitrogen it has lakes and rivers of liquid methane NASA's Cassini spacecraft Nice graph showed that Titan has complex organic molecules like the ones that may have preceded life on earth is too cold for life as we know it on Titan but studying starting is organic chemistry could tell us life got started on earth are sure open somebody will send another spacecraft there then I have some good news in in two thousand nineteen NASA approved plans for a spacecraft mission to Titan called dragonfly great I hope they're sending a roving vehicle like the ones on Mars I actually they'll be sending a flying drone with propellers go well that's awesome how come they didn't do that for Moore's Titan is very different from ours for one one thing the atmosphere is much denser Mars surface air pressure is a puny one hundredth of Earth's but titans is almost one and a half times is higher than Earth's the denser air makes it easier for propeller generate lift another advantage for flying Titan is that it's gravity is only about third is strongest Marzieh's wait when will it get there I'm afraid I have some bad news. Saturn is so far away that dragonfly will take eight eight years to get there it will launch twenty twenty six but won't get there until twenty thirty four this Molin of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments

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What Perseverance, NASAs New Mars Rover, Will Be Doing in its Years on the Red Planet

TIME's Top Stories

07:27 min | 4 months ago

What Perseverance, NASAs New Mars Rover, Will Be Doing in its Years on the Red Planet

"Brought to you by audible. What perseverance nasr's new mars rover will be doing in. Its years on the red planet by jeffrey kluger. There was plenty of reason to celebrate. When the perseverance rover successfully touchdown and marzieh's jazirah critter thursday afternoon but in some ways the rover showed up too late three and a half billion years too late. In fact long ago an earlier epoch as studies of mars have shown jazirah crater was two zero lake a forty five kilometer or twenty eight mile depression and the northern martian hemisphere fed with water via a channel that cut through the crater rim and spread into the lake in a graceful delta. There was atmosphere and there was warmth and there was ample water and all that being present there may have been life not long after however mars lost its magnetic field and thus ninety nine percent of its atmosphere in nearly all of its water. Transforming the planet into the frigid desert. It is today but if that early life was ever present it could still be there today. In the form of fossilized remains and organic material in the ancient silk. The desiccated lake. It's for that reason that nasa selected je zero for its most ambitious mars exploration mission today and for that reason that agency officials sounded so celebratory thursday. The team has beside itself exalted. Nasa systems engineer rob manning from mission control at the jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena on nasa tv post landing. It's so surreal. Part of that enthusiasm was a function of relief. The nearly seven-month journey the spacecraft took to reach. Mars was a gentle coast compared to the final frenzied seven minutes of atmospheric entry into sent it to execute in order to stick its landing the one ton rover about the size of a compact car and protected by a heat. Shield slammed into mars atmosphere at a speed of nineteen thousand five hundred kilometers per hour. About twelve thousand. One hundred miles per hour within one minute. The friction caused by that atmospheric calls the temperature on the heat shield to rise to thirteen hundred degrees celsius or twenty three hundred seventy degrees fahrenheit. All that resistance however acted as a powerful break and three minutes. after peak. Eating the speed of the ship was reduced to one thousand six hundred nine kilometers per hour. Slow enough for the heat shield to be jettisoned and a parachute to deploy two minutes later. When the spacecraft was two kilometers above the ground the parachute separated and perseverance went to a brief freefall and hear some imaginative engineering took over. Attached to the rover was a bed frame like descent. Stage containing a cluster of eight retro rockets. That lit and slow descent to just two point. Seven columbus per hour or barely walking speed about twenty one meters or seventy feet above ground. At that point in a bit of cosmic puppetry. the descent stage lowered the rover gently to the surface on nylon cables. The instant the on board computer science that the rover was on the surface and supporting itself. The cables were severed and the descent. Stage fired its engines and flew off to crash into the surface a safe distance away making every part of the descent. More hair raising was that it was innocence. Done blind marris's distance from earth. Two hundred two million kilometers one hundred twenty six million miles means radio transmissions from the spacecraft take more than eleven minutes to reach us in other words had the rover every part of its seven minute descent perfectly and then gotten its cable snarled at the last moment and crashed on landing the ground controllers would not have known it until eleven minutes later now that perseverance is on mars it will take its time before beginning. Its explorations ground controllers on earth will spend the next month loading and calibrating software and configuring the rovers suite of scientific instruments including an x. Ray spectrometer to study fine scale surface composition an ultraviolet spectrometer to look for organic compounds a ground penetrating radar an experimental system. That will attempt to see. If it's possible to distill oxygen out of the planet's carbon dioxide atmosphere a key technology future astronauts will need to manufacture breathable air as well as rocket fuel. The rovers most critical work however is to look for chemical signatures of fossilized life as well as larger macro features that could only be attributable to biology for example rocky wavy mounds the ancient shorelines similar to formations found on earth called Lights which are formed by microbial colonies. Perseverance itself was not the only machine that landed on mars today talked into. The rovers belly is the ingenuity helicopter. A tiny one point eight kilograms or a four pound point four nine meter nineteen inch tall machine with two counter. Rotating blades that spin at twenty four. Rpm ingenuity has two cameras no scientific instruments and decidedly modest goals making five or so short test flights and the thin martian air over the course of a month just to prove the technology as practical so that bigger iterations can be built for future missions allowing for easy exploration of hills and mountains. That are over can't negotiate still enthusiasts are describing ingenuity is planned airborne exercises as nothing short of a wright brothers moment the first powered flight of an aircraft on a planet other than earth while ingenuity might be the first aircraft to fly on the red planet. Perseverance is the ninth american spacecraft to set down on it. The former soviet union is the only other nation to accomplish that feat. the rover's mission is set to last at least one martian year or two earth years but if perseverance is anything like its sister rover curiosity which was landed on mars in two thousand twelve was also pegged for just two earth years and is still hard at work. It could exceed that minimal mission by a decade or more what perseverance will discover in that time is impossible to know what it could discover signs or even proof of extra terrestrial life is thrilling to imagine. Start your twenty twenty one journey with more of what you love. All in one place with audible be audible. Plus catalogue gives you access to thousands of select audiobooks. Podcasts audible originals and more. So whether you're looking to be informed entertained or just laugh a little more this year and joy 2021 audible and your first thirty days or on us when you sign up at audible dot com.

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News & Analysis | No. 263

Unsupervised Learning

14:29 min | 5 months ago

News & Analysis | No. 263

"Greetings welcome to supervise learning. I'm and the show explores the intersection of security technology and society and thinks about what might be coming next every monday. There's a news and analysis episode that condenses five to twenty hours of reading in analysis into a concise fifteen minutes summary as well as regular essays interviews and book reviews that covers specific topics the goals to give you a concise curated update on the most interesting things happening in the world to explore ideas. That give you something to think about. Prepare you for what's coming next right. Well kept so to sixty three ca- quite a week here as you might imagine starting off a security news so a lot of people are worried about the integrity of congressional. It systems after a mob entered the capitol building and roamed around without any security prison when concern is that there could have been a few sophisticated attackers mason with the group and that they might have left behind eavesdropping devices or installed maur so thir- essentially doing full reviews and sweeps and all that sort of thing. The fbi is warning private industry against the eager ransomware group in the rents amore itself which they say is one of the groups that extracts data before they encrypt it so that it can be used in other types of attacks they also say there are multiple implementations of the service so scott like service infrastructure which could have different people doing different parts and there's multiple instances of infrastructure which means teacher peace can be quite different across the different groups. It appears parlor was hacked through an information disclosure issue which led to the ability to create admin accounts which then led to being able to do full did extraction against the api and this has resulted in mass downloading parlour user data including that of verified citizen accounts which required that the person upload their actual driver's license so basically a massive dachshund at this point of parlor and it appears law enforcement has been using this data to create no-fly less and to launch further investigations clearview. The facial recognition app used by law enforcement has seen a surge in usage since the capital attack. Last week make sense. There's lots of video of the people they were doing this. There is speculation that jetbrains a company founded by three russians and which maintains allow presence in russia's still may have been part of these solar winds incident. The software is used in suffer developments and has been purchased by seventy nine of the fortune. One hundred including solar winds and the analysis here is that this would be a great place to attack because it allows you to basically package up maur for distribution elsewhere. It appears chinese. Cpt's are starting to chase financial targets. It's not clear if it's kind of a means to an end swore fits in ends itself. But one example comes from israeli security companies pro farrow and security. Joe's they found. Ep twenty-seven emissary panda going after five online gambling companies and earlier in twenty twenty trend micro also found. Ap forty one going after all night gaming companies so it looks like they're expanding and again. I'm not really sure if they're just going after funds or if they have some other motive the us government has banned only pay seven other chinese applications for use in the us in the continuing discovery process of the scope of the solar winds hack damage. It appears countless sealed court documents were also access as well according to the administrative office of the us courts. In jack ma. The richest person in china or i think he used to be. The richest person has gone missing after criticized chinese banks. He basically made a joke about chinese banks or he made a comment. They were getting too big to fail as what happened and He had his aunt. Ipo stopped by the chinese government right at the last moment and after that nobody has seen him in public for weeks. I think this is a really bad. Look for china and is just going to tell more ambitious chinese people to get out of the country as fast as possible and get to the west and it also tells other countries not to trust them not to do business with them so i think huge strategic error on their part which. I'm really confused why they would make such a big mistake. The us base switch. I'm still getting used to saying has detected an iranian missile attack against u. s. forces. Actually quite some time ago. This was in iraq and it alerted personnel before the missiles landed and it still resulted in many injuries but no one died because of the early warning and this is on account of the second. Space warning squadron vulnerabilities and videos shipped patches for multiple high risk of shoes with the highest being cvs s point four incidents nissan had a significant source could leak due to using adamant adleman as its hub credentials and the repo had over twenty gigabytes of data and technology. News opening is has released two new. Gt three models that combine nlp with image recognition. One of them called. It dali allows you to describe in natural language. An image that you wanted to create such as an avocado. That looks like a chair. And it'll make some of these images for you by itself fiddle disco and start hacking together some stuff. I really feel like open. Ai is a real world. Cyber dyne systems early so it could be a mostly joking. But i'm not really joke. See yes is kicking off this week and lg has some slick new transparent elit stuff. That looks really cool. The best time i saw of this was a subway window that has data on it. But you can see through it so you could still see like the landscape or the cityscape or whatever outside the window as it's going by but you could see data overlaid on top of it like whether news or the the route map for whatever and the other cool example they had was a transparent window sitting in front of like a sushi bar between you and the sushi chef. And you would see details about when your orders gonna come up or he could read the news or whatever but you would be blocked off from the chefs as they were making your food and you're on the other side at the counter so they also said it was kind of hygenic as well although how are you going to talk to them wonder if it has a mike on one site in a speaker on their site in vice versa. Otherwise you're trying to shout through a pane of glass or whatever it is. Bitcoin is crossed forty thousand dollars less than three weeks after crossing. Twenty thousand dollars. Not sure if this is tech news humanness. Honestly people are very worried. It's another bubble. But i think the whole money sheltering for the rich angle changes things slightly possibly anyway some documents out of china hint that tesla may be looking produce a new car for twenty five thousand dollars to thirty thousand dollars as early as twenty twenty two and if this is true and they were actually able to build them at scale. This would be more trouble for traditional carmakers and for people especially who short sold tesla stock and are still losing billions human. Is it appears. Identical twins can differ genetically very early on in their development and that later differences in the twins can be caused by genetics as well as environment another jeopardy fan. But i've seen my portion of episodes stephanie over the years but for some reason twenty twenty s made this tribute video. Came out for alex. Trebek's hit a lot harder than i thought it would just. It's because he represented. Part of. America narrowly shirt but it was a really good tribute video to have lincoln the newsletter slash. Show notes for the week along. Musk's pass jeff bezos to become the richest person. In the world on the skyrocketing price of tesla stock. A new study published in science indicates that resistance to covid from a previous case or vaccinations might actually less longer than people were fearing. People were worried it was gonna last few weeks or a few months but now they're saying it could go much longer even multiple years so this is a case where you need a lot more sunday and the city called that out but it's good news potential. Goodness we have new images of marzieh's volleys marinara sauce. The biggest canyon system in the solar system is ten times longer than a grand canyon and three times. Deep denmark is offering homeowners twenty year loans at zero fixed interest ideas and analysis. Early post. recently one is called the line between choosing their own customers and censorship. Was it censorship for us to drop parlor or is it the righteous private company to pick who they work with. Does the question and the next one is on unionizing against tech companies. When is it okay to push back against your company's mission and wind. Should you just leave my updates. So sort of a new book called the city. We became by ince jemison. And i have to tell you. This is an extraordinary book The author of name of the wind rothfusz says this book and the author or the future fantasy. I believe that's what he said. And i could definitely see why it's unlike anything i've ever read before. Super exciting can't wait to get back into it also reading homeland which is the u. l. book club book of the month so got a full plate perverted finished like probably fifteen books and like the last one say forty days. I mean it's been crazy pace discovery notes on writing. Well i put a lot of these. Because i really appreciate passing on good writing practical advice and this one is particularly well done. It's quite quite good. Definitely recommend this one. Aaron swartz on how to be more productive. What i've learned in forty five years in the software industry. This one was fantastic as well. How to find the perfect music and podcasts. Faster fifteen dot. Ai create character voices with definable characteristics using a this is another reinforcement learning based algorithm. And it's kind of like the Open i stuff. I don't think this is opening. I think it's fifteen dollars a but yeah you basically give it a character that you want to have in this voice so you pick a character like a cartoon character and avatar like a whatever a unicorn a blue unicorn and then you say i want this voice to be uppity cherry happy joyful or whatever you want to type in there it will pass your words and figure out a characterization of voice that will match the avatar and spits it out in its. It's fantastic sounds like anime. But it actually has the emotion of the stuff that you type in crazy stuff. Schwarzenegger's comments on last week's events were fantastic in linked to the video here really really worth watching a free book algorithms for making decisions a free course machine learning for security professionals. Don't talk to yourself. When tweeting about data breaches shouldn't have to say that but gould article for a good reminder and wired's list of highly high tv shows for twenty twenty one which i normally don't pass on tv stuff especially not lists of tv stuff but what the hell it's twenty twenty. One people are locked in their houses. Muslim watch some tv right between books between books. that's the key recommendations new think about probabilities in a situation where you're having to deal with uncertainty. Consider using the probability yardstick which is used by nasa and multiple uk intelligence and law enforcement groups it associates common phrases like remote chance or realistic probability into actual percentages so that analysts and decision makers can have shared language. So you could say not likely or whatever. There's a realistic probability that this will happen. Those actually are associated in the intelligence community with an actual number. So you could use it both in speech and a sentence but that can then map to a level of certainty or uncertainty in the mind of the receiver. And that way you can have shared discussion where you're not missing each other's calculations in some way that could possibly cause harm so super useful especially for security people in the upper them for the week. We are more often frightened than hurt and we suffer. More imagination been reality. We are more often frightened than hurt. And we suffer more imagination than in reality seneca. All right thanks for listening. You have a great week. We'll talk to you soon.

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#22 - February Astrology - I dont know what to say!!!

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

27:32 min | 1 year ago

#22 - February Astrology - I dont know what to say!!!

"Take four take five take sex. I Dunno I have tried and tried ride to record a podcast so many times this month in fact have recorded so many guests this month for some reason. I'm not really sure if what I'm saying is what I mean. I'm not really sure what I WANNA say. Eh is coming outright. I'm not really sure why I WANNA say. This is pretty indicative of Mercury and Pisces especially Mercury in the shadow of his retrograde and Pisces. What is it that I want to say? What is all of this information? Mean how do I distill all of this down tom quickly into something palatable for your ears so on my take four or five or six on this take. Let's hope that the stars align in something comes out of my mouth that I feel good about confident president about that. I want to share with all of you. This is Eugenia crack. You're listening to accessible astrology. Stay tuned and we're going to have a episode where I'm going to test something new. Hopefully many of you will be on join along and so this. This is a testing episode. I've really enjoyed hopping on the live feeds on Instagram facebook. And things like that and I thought for this episode you guys could all help me you guys could all help me Guide me in this episode because I need a little guidance as I need a little support. I have so many things to say in so many insights because of January of twenty twenty so much fun. Many feelings is about January of twenty twenty. But I'd love to distill that into information that you all specifically want to know about that you all specifically want want to hear so I am going to go ahead and answer some questions here on the live. INSTAGRAM and The body soul Incest body's own sustenance said. What have you recorded about? So far that you're not so fond of The answer to that is that a lot. I think that I'm trying to piece together. The information of January of twenty twenty. I'm trying to put put it into a cohesive thought because there's so many pieces about it a lot of insights about World politics a lot of insights about culture about The changing of guards. It's a lot of insights about consequence. You know actions and consequence and how we can't really avoid are the consequence to our actions now that all this energy is in capricorn and I felt maybe that this was a bit too harsh think inc a into when episodes I went way out into the age of Pisces and then out into the age of Aquarius where we're going and I still may post one of these episodes. We'll see but That's kind of I don't know I can't decide why can't figure out what to say. I think maybe because mercury is in Pisces. Going into retrograde grade I have no idea but I think also I'm about to have a birthday so I'm moving out of my first house. Perfected did year into my second house perfected year and a couple of weeks. And I think I can really feel myself experiencing my life differently from a first house year of Gemini where it's like. I want to say so much. And I've been really concentrated on my appearance and I've been really concentrated entreated on my expression on this podcast and now that I'm moving into my second house here which is cancer and my north note is in cancer and I'm about to have my nodal return. There's a part part of me. That just wants to kind of chill. There's a part of me that wants doesn't really WanNa talk right now. There's a part of me that wants to go in word for the winter and just hang out you know not push out so much but really turn in and relax thanks. A lot happened in January. My personal life You know my house. I had some. I had a car. Accident Sewage backup. Water went out lots of home repairs. I'm exhausted to be completely honest and I think that's partly why I don't want to post anything. So that's some of my my answer to that question. So thank you body. Solan Sustenance divinely crafted wrote. I'd like to hear more about your opinion of the big twenty twenty event in a lot of the big political and global events. Just in general Yeah okay so I have a lot to say about that. That's my problem uh-huh I have a lot to say about all of it I I think I'm trying to be really conscientious. Of how a speak about everything and not that. I have a massive voice in this world. Don't have disassemble enough voice. But I think that it's important right now for me to be conscientious about how I speak about the events of January twenty twenty the only thing I will say say that I feel is really Obvious is that there are consequences to our actions and this is not just in news stories in lots and lots and lots of levels layers of it but this is with people around me. This is you know. It's on a multi-faceted perspective at that when we make decisions when we make choices there's a reaction. There's a consequence to that and I think a lot of times we can feel like like It's out of our hands and in one of the podcast. I talk a lot about the loss of religion in the West and end the loss of that moral compass that the loss of that fear of judgment may be of some man in the ethereal sky. And I talk about the new judgment coming from transparency coming from each other the community the Internet and I think that a a lot of vile nasty energies have been infiltrating trading for a very long time and my hope is that it's going to be more and more exposed list and no matter how much money one has no matter how much power someone has or a group has. There's this thing thing called the Real Geo d right. The the which is the one who has put together the cosmos the nature right right. It's winter right now in Colorado. It's cold outside and so I have a reaction to the cold and that is God's will right this is this idea of natural law law. God's will which I believe in because I'm an astrologer and I see how astrology charts have such a massive impact on people's psychology is on the events in their lives at Cetera. And so I I truly deeply believe in God's will and Natural Law and I think that Ah that is bigger than any ill-will any individual or group has towards the collective consciousness and I think that will of God or that will of nature or natural law is going to respond bond in a very real way in twenty twenty and expose this these institutions and these behaviors in these things that Some have been participating in that has nothing but ill-will in poor intentions engines towards the collective consciousness. That's kind of my feeling in a nutshell and I don't know exactly how to say that with any more grace and there was no grays involved in that so Does that answer. Your question divinely crafted. If you are still watching and anybody who's just popped opt on. I am doing this LIVE QNA on instagram. Right now and I'm recording it and I'm going to hopefully post this as a podcast because I've been having difficulty Knowing what to say and what to post and And great so it does help divinely crafted. Does anybody else have any other questions or desire. Any clarification on what I just spoke about because this this is a group effort this this podcast episode and an experiment in a test. So we're going to see if this works so you guys can ask me any questions by the way. There's nothing that I'm not willing to discuss with all of you. Let me look back and see. Okay here's another question. Oh my God what is going on here so excited. I'm in between therapy sessions and I'm catchy new curious about money in taxes since it's tax season as it relates to all this earth breath trying stuff. Yeah I think that's actually a great question and I with all of this earth train stuff. I think that's the really high vibe energy energy of right now. I think that all of us have this kind of cool opportunity right now to get our shit together right eight to actually get our shit together. So I think that having our taxes in order having our finances in order and also becoming Responsible I think a big thing about this earth energies about personal personal responsibility again. I think a lot of times we humans especially if we're not religiously inclined or we don't believe in a certain deity like say Jesus or Allah or Buddha or something like that A deity that says there's action to our consequences if we've been raising the more modern Western world we might do things thoughtlessly thoughtlessly so we might be driving down the highway and throw some trash out the window or we might steal From a restaurant there silverware or we might writes You know there's a lot of things that we can do. That might be out of integrity and they might be small little things but they pile up and I think that that's the the big thing about this. Astrology is that we are actually responsible for our actions and the judgment of that will will come from our peers on the Internet. And that's the new religion. Might we're moving out of the age of Pisces into the age of Aquarius areas. So I think with all of this earth energy there is an opportunity right now to seriously take personal responsibility for our lives so mom and dad are not not going to save us. The president won't No no political organization really No particular leader. It's all about personal responsibility and personal accountability. That we are the ones who have to sleep with ourselves that night. So are we making decisions that are benefiting humanity are harming humanity benefiting. The Earth are harming the earth. And it's up to us to really sit with the consequence of our decisions and our actions and that is a huge jim out of personal responsibility. been calling this time Hashtag adult as adulting as hug or adulting AF. Because that's kind kind of this energy. Feels like it feels like an incredible time to do a lot of adult things. A lot of adulting is happening right now. and so I think that ah that is kind of how I would describe the Earth Energy Right now Just a lot of things on our plate that mom and dad aren't GonNa pick up or our government isn't going to pick up. Are you know. There's not this person in the sky who's going to pick up. We have to pick up right. We have to get our shit together and in there are actions are consequences and I think that's a beautiful thing for all of us to be aware of right now. yeah definitely feels like mom and dad are leaving the kids to figure things out for themselves. Yeah totally that's exactly what it feels blake and because of nature or God or however you want to refer to whomever put together this re marketable system system called the solar system whom ever put together this earth and its elements whom ever put us on this planet however we got here there's something beautiful and divine about about life and that is greater than any human will right like this. This idea that we have power over nature or over each other is futile and so no matter how much money someone has them much. How no matter how much power someone might have there are? There's guys well and there's actual consequences that may eh ensue for individuals. Is this making sense to everybody. WHO's watching this Do see how I'm feeling really like. I have so much to say but I can't really figure out how to say it and I'm not really sure how to get out and it feels a little bit confusing any of this making sense so twenty-three squeezed. Oh that's a funny skied. Oh Row what will Mars and during cap do with the energy that is already present present in Capricorn I have no fucking clue. No fucking clue. I do know that I've been looking at the monthly outlooks for individuals individuals and for the community and that date is pretty intense Not only will Mars Enter Capricorn on the sixteenth eighteenth of February at the same time. Mercury will station Retrograde Pisces on the sixteenth of February. But Mars will be making a trying to your honest and I don't know I have no idea what this is gonNA look like I. I've tried to guess about astrology for ten years now and I don't really I can't I've tried I tried. I tried I. Can't I have no idea I mean right now. For example I'm feeling super fucking awesome Super Super Awesome feeling great. I'm feeling excited. I'm feeling motivated in terms of being on this planet. I'm really wanting to you. You know. Focus on my physical health on my emotional health my mental health and really wanting to get my finances in order and get get my taxes in order and things like that. I didn't expect that I'd be feeling this way. The beginning of February twenty twenty. I didn't know what to expect but it wasn't this so Mars entering capricorn porn. I think my instinct is to feel afraid of that because Mars can cut through Shit but Mars cutting through shit also so cut out the dead weight it cuts through the fat so to speak. You know right now I have. Mars may seven th house of relationship. And I've noticed that I have felt myself wanting to cut out some relationships or to shift some relationships in my life and in my world but I've also noticed that because of that cutting energy and my seventh house. I've actually been really clarifying clarifying what it is. I need and want relationship and I think the best way for you guys to think about Mars entering capricorn is. Where's Mars right now in your the charts a Marzieh's and Sagittarius for all of us will houses Marzan for you so if Mars is in your ninth house? Perhaps you know something's things happening. If Mars is in your fourth house percents. Perhaps on this happening it might be just interesting for all of you to even mention what has felt like with Mars. Mars Sagittarius has been cutting through the bullshit. That's what Mars does if you ask me. He just cuts bullshit shit and cutting through. The bullshit of Saj is cutting out the The dogmatic ideas and beliefs and seeing the truth the truth you know with Sagittarius. It's really getting to the heart of the truth. The heart matter of the truth the core of the truth and we're having to have Mars moved through Sagittarius to to cut through that to to see the truth so so again for me. It's a my seven thousand relationships so I am finding there's a lot less BMI relationships right now in my intimate relationship relationship and beyond there's a lot of nope. I'm going to be more honest and candid about what it is. I need in this respect and then vice versa So pay attention to what that feels like now for you and then you might have a sense of what that might feel like for you and Capra corn on a global global level again. Think about Mars cutting out the bullshit. They're like I said at the beginning of this episode. There's a lot of energy that is ill-willed in the consciousness. There's a lot of people who think they can play God or play bigger than God. And this I think is going to cut through some of those elements and reveal to the public to the collective consciousness whom these players might be an in who what this energy might be and and who's been acting out of integrity I think is going to be strongly revealed but I don't know I also don't know So I hope that answered that okay. So okay another question here. Can you speak to working on those of you. Who are new to this little live video? I am recording. You're asking questions. I'm recording answers Onto the PODCASTS. And I'll try to post this so 'cause I've needed all of your help to post podcast this month because I've been very lost in what to say to all of us so if you have any questions at all please feel free to ask So another question. Can you speak to working with the upcoming mercury retrograde in your personal chart like how can we use this time the most effective way totally. So this is one. I went into with a lot of depth in the community With the monthly outlook did for February put a lot of focus on this question because mercury is not just retrograde this month but mercury is in the sign of Pisces. And when we think about the sign of Pisces we have to think about. I'm going to put the phone down. I'll have to pick it up when I need to look at it closer but when we think about Pisces we think about the completion. And we think about the end. And so wherever pisces is in your chart well. Let's just talk about Pisces. For a second. So there's something culminating with Mercury and Pisces. I see so a sort of culmination of information if we think about mercury he is information. He's communication he is He's how we metabolize is the process of truth right so talking about Sagittarius Sir earlier. He's how we metabolize the information we gather and because he is entering the the last sign of the Zodiac for the this the end of winter really for March Arc's February and March. There's something culminating here around the information. So what is it that we've been learning. What is the what? What is the culmination of the information? That we've been gathering What is the what's the meaning of the information? And how are we making meaning from it. I think that we guardless of the retrograde motion that Mercury. He is currently in or will go into excuse me in February. He's a shadow right now. I think Marketing Pisces does request us to go a little a little bit more internal For example this is why I have literally made so many podcast episodes and I have not had the will L. to post them. Because I'm not really clear. This is what I want to be saying. Or if it's appropriate or whatever it's almost like I have two processes assists information and integrate it right now so that I can move forward when this energy in the spring pushes into areas because we're going to have Venus earnest moving to areas this month. We're going to have the sun move into areas not this month but soon enough we're going to have mercury than pushed into areas. We're going to Mars pushed into areas and be there for six months of twenty twenty. All of that put together says to me that we're on the precipice of a very very very very very new consciousness in so mercury in Pisces specifically retrograde asks us to seriously take the the information we have been learning about ourselves about others about self care an integrated into our physical body into our physical being and not being so logical about it right having it be more of an ethereal experience so hopefully that answers your question and and for those of you watching this. I can take one more question and then I have to go because I've decided that instead of spending my day in the studio today I'm going to actually spend the day on myself getting a massage and Doing a flow taint. Because it feels like that's what I actually need right now more than anything else so if any of you have any questions this is your moment to ask. And I'm really grateful for those of you. Who have have been able to log on to this To say hi and what's up. It's been nice to see your faces so I'll give it a minute and then I will close live. I am getting no questions from the audience from my instagram. Hoti So I think I might close this episode up I want to say that. There's so much again. I want to give to all of you so much I wanNA share with all of you and I know a lot of you depend on depend on but enjoyed these podcasts and end I know a lot of you consistently listen to it because I look at the statistics and That's funny yes I have too many answers. So we're on the same page. Bill you Burton wrote I have two questions and I have too many answers But Yeah thank you all for listening and watching. I know a lot of you. Listen to this so I just more than anything wanted to put an episode. Cut Out there to let you guys know where I'm at. I'm needing some serious self care in February because January was a lot of a lot of hard work very intense hence energy and. I know I'm needing to get myself a lot of hugs and kisses right now with the form of a long baths and float tanks and long walks and movies lots and lots of movies and Some massage and some therapy. It's been really nice to begin therapy right now and really work through and process things in my mind and my mental health 'CAUSE I WANNA show up in the spring for those of you who I see Z.. As clients really fresh and clean and Yeah I hope that this has been helpful for you all watching and for those of you listening and so I'm GonNa go ahead and log off here. Her Ends Bidu. All this very very short episode is very short. QNA but it's been pleasant to check in with all of you. I will be back of course with the podcast when I feel really clear about what it is. I want to say and how I want to say. It's an who knows. Maybe we all post all of the episodes at one one shot and you guys can listen to all my ramblings and hopefully appreciate them so thank you all all so much. It's been great to see all of your faces here on instagram. And hopefully I can check in and do more of these episodes on on the live feed of Instagram Graham. And I think it's fun to have you here in the studio with me so so much. Love one block until we speak again

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THE SUNDAY SERVICE - 06 - 13 - 2021

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THE SUNDAY SERVICE - 06 - 13 - 2021

"At the heart of your job search is a mission for more. You want a career that inspires you and sparks your pursuit of truth and justice at the fbi we to automation to find exceptional. People like you. We're gathering experts from all backgrounds to help us stay ahead of threats to our nation. Your pursuit for more deserves nothing less visit. Fbi jobs dot gov slash radio. Yes so looking brain important. Welcome to the sunday service here on double toasted dot com pray raise being be. Would you pay for. I'll tell you what's praise me past. Dacoit coleman over here sucking. John we got to ruin it but people first of all got though needs those needs one shut off. I never seen such fucking burlington's show indeed indeed on the loose. Y'all doing the day. Welcome to the show. People could serving thing. Oh looking to you feel it. They feel it are you what are when you know god. Mom is rice known today. Oh holy explosives holy water for seven days. Let me seven seconds. Good to have y'all here today. We have prepared for y'all today took a while to prepare for. It had to watch a lot of things today so much so much because what happened when you start streaming every day. Try and keep marriage to give an expensive more expensive. every we did drink. I look at the colors colors cocktails good to have you here today. And it's going to be worth it. Believe me it's going to be worth. We've got a lot of stuff to do today. Lot of things to talk about that. There's a lot of stuff out that. Believe it or not all about that in looked a bit but i wanna welcome all of you here today. Let's see who we did. Remember to bring y'all up a hopeless the right people's up in here lynette. Link what you just the whole funny man's series. They in stressful. It's talking about the people here. Don't laugh but don't make a mockery eli don't don't make a mockery of the chat fam- star. Og chat bringing in booty. You got them both up there. Got them both up therefore changed of course them side bitches. I are doing the day creepy smith. Juvie what is a kit kat. Sneak attack want sneaked up in here. Remember seeing you let that damn snuggie let me see what else we got up in here. Austin eck early eighteen says. Oh i thought you said weird saying where you get you get you first anti nice guy. Why don't you just call yourself asshole. Save some letters by. He says. I'll get you owe bad guy grand. What does that grand hendrix says bag. A bag is in a right now. Oh the glucose a lot of guys up in here. Oh let's see here's released sleep walkers cut to know the situation here you i'll tell you about that. A little bit is released. Asleep walkers review part to go to a lot of. They've been waiting all week. Ford i maybe the situation. We'll tell you about a little bit. I'll explain quickly why you don't see it but it is coming. Oh doc slayer play play. Play all damn day. How you doing elites x. p. l. o. Lot of people up in here today. I'm glad to have your hair man. It's going to be joe hill. Seon how you doing giant elf man. Big ass bitch at ten and say oh people let's see here shinawatra's love you love youtube man. Who is doing on a girl. Getting crazy looks the moves got. the boob. won't be trying to get acid people i train. Oh shit up. Move georgia the thirty people. What is happening today on the show. I want to behold scroll right here in brussels look at florida you shall receive asking for another disney channel original review. Chris yet people be talking about opt in a way. That's a classically. What is what lucas. The question is should be today to know. Also got to review for this so we go and talk about it. I just discovered. Martin talks about a week trouble being during this shows. No god damn loud ban getting the sleep. Oh who's taken us up to date playing that sexy. Oh now sacks man. I'm bill clinton is up in here. I'm here everybody. Oh have here today. it's going to be some fun. I believe once again. You couldn't hear. All that heightened has got the disney channel original movie review for up and push ups and now up to an away. Would you say to get to okay. Maybe we'll get the legal universe so many properties now is the time and black marvel. Oh we got here today. Also spend some time with netflix. Today's you're talking about two of their properties that there. I don't know martin had seen a week. All week anguish dragging and we strike so we have time might thought he didn't have to but we'll see we'll see in. Some people say wins that iron fist cover. And i'm gonna say yeah. I'm gonna tell you something. I have already started first episode. Not as bad right. Not as bad experience. I head episode exactly. Yeah i don't know. I don't know what it's going to go when i can tell you win it starts at you will. You'll say hey. This is not as bad. It's gotten better as it. Goes i by the least looking for dash right. You damn say man. Three has been a bummer. Xbox probably the best conference yesterday was really bad. That's why i don't waste my time. Would he three anymore. What was really bad about it. It was just lack luster reveals nothing. No one was like the. That was unexpected. Everything's just like we figured this is what we're going to say so. There's a lot of cgi trailers a lotta game plug. Which i was like come on guys so we will not be talking about three now now. Nothing big time on netflix. Talking about oh what are we talking about sweet to over there suite two and also a wake who knows we have time. Martin my hit you lose some for the kids. I can say little some about it. What is the worst dragging. Dragon wished dragon right where wishes demartin have watching that. We should find out. Say a little quick some about not for the children. Let's see some of the quickly mine's a friend of the of the children are. Don't say kids. He really likes really. You wanna drag rubber to make a wish to play all trying to make a point point by the way no money for you for we. Are you and youtube doing these days. You'll still find it. Put us back on. Yeah we fucking fight okay. Yeah they had. I just i have to talk to to our youtube rip are just are repin yes be. They'd be the ones they they try it and i gotta talk to them because i feel like i feel like this whole situation. Y'all there's a mental golf. Like i did last myself i had to say is done tomorrow. We'll be back on youtube. But and he said that be willing to do the kind of shit that they don't like anymore so they said they were good. So apparently we got blabber working with puppets now because i might end up in the bedroom. Abc's kiss freely you want. You don't want hurting kids out there. You know you won't grow motherfuckers so a lot of y'all been asking where is the whereas the sleep walkers part to review and we did a bad movie rose last week apart to allow people here. I heard it was fun. I had a good time and so a lot of people who know us from youtube. Been waiting on that and we've been suspended on youtube full week. I have my rep. Call him. I got a rep and i have an agent now. The rep in both rep in the agent. They joined forces trying to talk to them. I feel stupid. What they're doing. And i don't not only saying on my behalf on behalf of a lot of creators out there sure who starting to this and they need to do like me like you said man. What did they decide to change policies. Because what we're having trouble with day changed the guidelines and we made a video the guidelines were different. They saw don't want to give a warning. I think it would be very reasonable. Okay go go ahead. Go ahead go away today. Come on come on all right shit though. How can you make any whereas pillow. Can you give me her throne on the other one. Yeah sticking out people. Guess i thought i got away today. I thought that was going to be cool today. She used to give me their boss with warm people. I guess she was crying. Another room pixie has to be on every show. Y'all think i bring her in here on purpose because cute dog sales and it does. But they'll tell you this dog she wants to be here for every show so mia had to have regained. It gives chuck them off. I got the windows backyard as them but so they changed their guidelines. And you can have videos that were under there. Were fine on the guidelines back in the day but those videos are still around and they find it then they give you warning or worse a strike. What a strike you get you get suspended for a week. You can't post anything that's income loss. We lose a lot of income for a week because we postal much. That is the problem we post so much that we have thousands of videos out there was seven years and we might miss something so i'm just trying to like talk to them. I think talking since saying. Hey can we change these policies because people can be trying to do the right thing. You're gonna punish for that. And if they can't find what you find even they might really be trying. Slide eight and talk to them in next friday. Gave me your name again back to be code. Which cool shit fuck you. I represent courtship marissa. Want you make those videos. And they came in and got a ripple they're called gordon. Gordon blesses many did the best he could. But i guess it just wasn't good enough going in be driving a car. Crime going came back and say hits all be. He said they said under no circumstance. They removed strand and in my agents been trying to get removed because she said well. Even you can get it up during the week. You're there for ninety days so let's try to get rid of it. Nice ain't shit. So i i. I'm hasn't the say anything thing. Because i said all right at this point since since the since they are a really putting a foot down on this stick to. This is a subject that. I'm missing this this this wall which i will lose. I cows the wilkins. So i so i said. Just tell me that. There's something that i did something. I'm missing maybe. The tone of the video was different from all the different for what i thought it was. I said i just want some clarification. Now but i i will not say that if we can if they actually have a point so. I'm talking to them tomorrow. The gordon at broadband tv talking to youtube ain't nobody so they but they did talk to the agent in a rep ni- now you know what according to fuck them. Deliver that message. And by the way. W qi fucking with us. We've got another strike. Wayne ran over here for tell. Did you go back and let them know that. So i like all right. Maybe there's something. I'm missing here. I don't know what that would be but we'll talk tomorrow so that is why you didn't see the part to the sleep walkers review posted this week because we haven't been able to post anything at all. They took that ability away real quick. So so yeah i again. I think that. I think that there'd be an unfair in their policy. But maybe there's something i'm missing. I don't know we'll see. I don't know it. Sounds like one of those. Tim what i did wrong will if you don't know i'm not going to tell you what they've been telling me. That's exactly what they've been saying shitting. Yeah so i mean he's back and they take like seconds to say you know you can challenge the strike and challenged one will challenge comeback. Second say we have reviewed shit in. No yeah. I came across that every so often with other things like well. We've denied your claim but you can always a challenge me like i'm going to back. Same court saint people said no so. Just keep wasting more of my time. That's what they're saying. Yeah man you can appeal. Yeah and you know. i'm pissed off about it. But agent name is alex. Alex is very cool. Alex say you know she said. Don't get crazy now. She said because you're she's right we have we. We are so we are so deep in the youtube right now is like half the income that comes in. It's not just the money either. It's the marketing that goes with it. Because of all the subs you've built over the years. It's you know it's it's a tool for many other things so i'm not i'm not. I'm not an appear like on some tirade or i'm trying to go to war trying to sue i'm trying to i'm trying to make look completely bad. Youtube is actually a great thing when they when when you know just explain the situation how you kinda confused by specific details like they probably should Yes i disagree with one thing here the way they put it because it's a very it's an over simplification of the situation. You say it is a privilege not a right to post. And that's bullshit because they make it seem like first of all they first of all. I'd make a scene like vip section of the club for something you know. It's a privilege to be here. No you've encouraged people to go there. You've encourage people to make a living. It is more than a privilege it is. It is people's life man is people's business is people's livelihood so that's beyond a privilege you don't go to your job at the factory or whatever at the office wherever you are and they tell you every day you know what you lucky to be here if you have an asshole. Boss they do. Yeah yeah well. Guess what i gotta asshole balls and they missed it youtube. Yeah no i've been counted. That would say happy. Our bosses drinking. Yeah i gotta have taco friday just to give these people the job. They should be happy with that. Good mike wow okay. I don't. i'm sorry. I don't see it like that. No me either me either. It's like this is not the only place to work. They can go anywhere. And hey you take care of the people. They wanna they want to do this. Work the best they. Can you make it aware. They supposed to fill a lucky and grateful. You've just had the privilege to work here. People are gonna do the bare minimum of what to do. I'm i'm sorry that is a condescending attitude on any front is wherever you are very condescending attitude it just stays. You're lucky to be here. Well fuck. I thought this was a relationship because without the creators. You don't have the platform exactly and now you've got this thing. I don't know what is your attitude. But now you feel like you're being so high and as like well we get enough money. We don't have to deal with yola last so you better be glad we let you in the first place like sarong attitude to have a privilege not a right. No way it is is that this is a relationship and he should be taken trying to take care of the people who make up your platform and if nothing else even if you don't care at least have the decency about the people who have started to make living upon your encouragement on youtube and don't and don't punish them for things just because you don't have the bandwidth to do that's what it comes down to really asked me what it is and i'm i'm various strong about his opinion. They just don't have the bandwidth. They don't have the resources to deal with the large extremely large number of people that they have posting every day. And i understand that. Just fucking listen man. but anyway you'll get the review tomorrow. Maybe later this week. I think the reviews up tomorrow though but the people who subscribe to us on twitch. They got to see it. Yeah yeah have. You watched the show live. Yeah i mean that's a listen. Diversify diversify just like you would anything anyone can tell you to diversify your portfolio with you know with finances and whatever and your business do it when you come doing this stuff man and we have tried to diversify we got. We got three channels on youtube going to have more. We got our own place to go to if we really want to still have original website and we have twitch rate here so also don't you can't find different ways to make money. I am not a fan of this guy steven crowder or whatever your guy. I've heard the name cultural commentator. Okay right winger no. He's one of those guys that you know. If is the opposite of of of his politics. He's not really listening is he's already taking a stance. George floyd You know what policeman why they're being so bad on. Let me replicate the the the kneeling on the neck. So that we can prove to you that maybe some people out of hand here you know. Maybe the police are getting a bad rap. He does shock stuff. Yeah he likes to challenge people. He likes anytime anytime that there's any tell me i'm wrong. He's the telling me i'm wrong. Yeah that's that's like anytime anytime. There's something that is remotely the opposite any kind of liberal agenda. He's already there to challenge it no matter what and usually sometimes those things get ridiculous but i will say this about him is that they took away his ability to monetize on youtube. But he has set up so many other streams of monetization like hor cruxes his merch. he set up I think he has this podcast. All sorts of ways. You can support them. Yeah i will say this man wants to go in. And i might not agree with them but he set up some some avenues to say whatever he wants to say m make money. So you know Game maybe there might be people who disagree with that they learn from the man because if you put it all in one place they could take you like sure respect the the platform strategy not maybe the content. You creates yes. That's what i feel way. How you doing sir doing doing well. Big road trip. I am i am from austin to pasadena california. Yeah man martin will not be here on wednesday so just be billion i during the bad movie roast less of the people like to join us. You know always keep the door open for people out there. I wish those looking back special guest mistake people you let me know what. You're always summerskill demand. Just i i you know what i say offer. I mean the doors. Oh that's very kind man Close it don't let the hair. Carlos said i'll be there be fun. No tune into that. You gotta mix it up corey diversified. I'm you'll have no puerto ricans on you positives because of decided to go easy on carlos is we. Try to talk shit yeah. Carlos had a bad week. I know down and consistently had some bad weeks. Twenty one is not been his friend because he had a bad week doesn't mean make mom bad to just a few hours ago. Somebody was telling me she's like yeah. My daughter had to go through three interviews. Can you believe that. But she but she got the job. And i was like oh well. My friend had to go through eight nine. I thought that was seven levels to help. Carlos found even brought to you with. Don't they got the job call. It already fuck petunia. Took calls calls trying to turn the doctor. Doom will pay off. Trending costin down with me. Did you no longer be talking crazy. Call on the capitol. Steps weren't in talked to carlos today. I said man. You know this. So much be resourceful. There's so many ways you to make your own living man. I'm not trying to. I'm not trying to say is easy. Wasn't going to do it to a show. Wasn't y'all about that. now that stopped he might now. Okay yeah yeah you love places are hiring right now like they. All the years is companies. Complaining about does not enough workers people got all this subsidy and not lazy no saint. You're not paying a living god damn way and everything's going up. Everything's getting more expensive toll carlos The day that he called me. I said man. You know janitorial custodial services. You're excellent at man. You've come clean this place speaking speaking what you walk into places hiring janitorial service and you have a hint of accent now and i told him and make sure you put on that sexy outfit. That'd be hot as hell man. A man you were great would've broom i wanna say that's racist but i saw the job. He did hear. He's really good at what you said was racist already. Anyway you can have an accent. High modest case hires racist. It's just how they are marzieh. But does the qualification though martin. Not the you speak spanish. Do you have an accident tired. I don't do this to me. Don't freeze them all right. No carlos now. Carlos is a very talented art very talented. Carlos extremely talented artists not told him i said man. What are you waiting on you waiting to give your talent out to people. You don't know. Carlos carlos around your us puerto rico coming him. He's been on shows before and whatnot. love carlos always waiting to give your services to somebody else. Why you talented do do it yourself. Could talking to people and trying to kiss hasn't get jobs and whatnot. You can do this yourself at least temporarily into the next thing comes up you know. I mean with with his health things. It'd be given member job with benefits. Yeah yeah now it would be paid for them slumping expensive. What what does he. What are is like like like actually pandraud for what. What's he do. He's a floor and toilet artists. You're going to say hey man put yourself out on. Dvd or you can do commissions stop fucked me like that was just. He's an artist kid man no he. He's a great. he's a great designer he. He's a great visual artist. Okay okay cool. Yeah no i'm not no baggins. I mess with carlos all the time. But carlos is an excellent artist and i just love people they just is. It is a. It is a daunting thing to go and try to start making any kind of living for yourself. I oh absolutely no. No i mean you you kind of need a job to to keep you centered on an you build from there so because you have your base pay for your bills at least build from there and we get that going then you can leave that job now z. Y. experience i lived. It takes time. It does your time. So but now's the time to start carlos because you have people that know you that follow you on social media capitalize on that stuff man you should do that go to twitch streaming yeah patriot a look i i messed with only i mess with this man. Hey yeah i make money from us maybe you. We stopped joking about that. made outfitted. Maybe how many people will pay to see a young puerto rican man in a maid outfit on only fans lot. Just sit up the dust and air. The dust and us do this. Make your money okay. Don't worry about shame who cares about. Shane can't make money on new over show a few times ago. All of my friends who came out of the closet in their late thirties and forties. They all got young latin lovers. Yeah there you go. Yeah so it is a market. Martin is true. Whenever i hang out. What what a young person they think that. That's you know. I'm just not divorced. I wouldn't hung out with the bastion a at his party on a friday night. He had a little party going on with him. But sebastian's another guy i collect puerto ricans poke mayes man. I got hung out with sebastian on friday with sammy yesterday. Sammy's the puerto rican guy. Got regan's man you know each of us mexican though no no. He's not necessarily gonzalo. Sorry never speak semi. Okay fair enough. Tell me about my puerto rican us. We don't know the difference between puerto ricans. I know what i pay for it. Okay no a receipt. No we hung out with the bashes bashing the star twenty five. I think he just turned twenty five. Yeah because i was a school project. I guess so. Young is yeah. We hung out. And i'll tell you all this mars right because we're hanging out with this couple that we just met my wife and i we got a couple of drinks in this and the the the woman she told us she says you know i gotta be completely. Honest with you sebastian. Cute little sebastian. I you both were. She's like an unreasonable. I don't believe you get because you got your way right here. And even as questionable count on that don't mean shit he's married and he did you hire for the night they worked it out with each other. It's okay don't worry about it i drink. Don't worry about said but sebastian. No i said. What's the bashing me when sebastian. Well first of all we just hanging out because the hang lobby discussions about this girl ain't no no no no. It's a bash. She just knew lost the bashes gay. I don't care what he tells you. I don't care what he tells himself. Sebastian straight up gay. And i know this was he wearing his usual sebastian costume which is little shorts and white socks and shoes. No pants i would love to say. I've never seen him in paints. I would love to say. I would love to say like. It doesn't make a joke about his hanging out. But no no no yeah. Don't pay it now. It is what it is. Because i bought on the drink because he wanted to trust and we didn't know we didn't know this but they brought that drake out cocktail umbrellas. But when you grabbed you help put your wrist. It's so yeah. He did private cocktail. That threw off to help. But and if you know sebastian. Sebastian has a as sitting where i thought like. Oh he's just a young guy still just kind of got a lot of energy something but when you but i guess you don't know him and he's and he's sitting with his arm kind of put out in his hand rest on ours here on his family. Yeah i mean it always comes off a very european to me. I'd never looked at him and thought gay. Well okay. he's not from here. I don't think that either but apparently the rest of the world looking because he was he'll sit like this sometimes and i guess you could either think like. Oh he's just being young young best and if you're looking at it from afar is so honey let me tell you. The day was tired. Waitress going to bring contel a what suck to give my cocktail looking at bed. She was she was convinced taking no the answer she says no he just doesn't know it. Well he's you know he's he's well put together handsome guy. Yeah yeah i know but the thing is they were looking at me like hey look good for you. Commendable her old where he was cleaning lean. I'm just happy now. I take him out and i say i tell them built on a friday when he drunk anyway and i said hey man you know when you go out you might young latin love and people. Just see it that way. He's just gotta deal with me status. Yeah man oh but car. Carlos at carl's real quick because it's not funny. You know carlos one more word and this word to anybody out there. Carlos is a very talented guy. We just messing with him. Love carlos to death. I'm glad carl spilling better. I'm encouraging carlos and anybody who's situation because carlos talked to. You went to a party. Friday where everybody off at his fucking. You believe. They said well. What job is that man. They maybe trout about eight times. What did they tell you the ear they said. Thank you for your time. You were high contender. We people like shit man. We just had the same interview. Ask carlos you say let people say man shit and fuck you. I got to six and they pulled the trap door. At least you've got to eight. Yeah no no. That's the thing he's looking at like. I didn't get it but it's like man you got to eight. That's phenomenal. that's awesome wasted. An asshole move to make somebody go through eight interviews. I was mayor for him. I said how dare they make you go there eight times unless they're going to hire you. I said you don't need to be there. Anybody that doesn't know they need you to three interviews. Exactly this is. I mean can they say is three should be top and even third interview is for salary requirements. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Yeah so. I was gonna say before we start the bashan this man over here. I know we him and we tease each other and whatnot. But you know chris armen. Men always look at people who chris arman. I saw chris harman when he was missed. A young republican and now look at not know you weren't dressing my workload polo shirt and khakis dairy clean. You very best sure. Sure sure yeah. I wouldn't even right now. Are you sorry assumed everyone. I'm going to tell you what because this man will be. I feel i feel feel like. I turned his as the thing. Is we encourage them all the time. I said quit their boss. You both. you don't get that fucking get your Go get your your key my things for my living stop And finally disco worked out could use the grow. Now the from both of you guys. Absolutely credible hold on frozen. I'll i'll straighten out jaw. Let me go over here and straighten his. Let it go let. Let's see here. Oh let me see the activate. This'll be us every now and they say frozen corn all right back. I guess got update obvious. You keep getting those your express remind me later reminding later remind later i do that too now. Now guided as to where he's even talking about going into ulan. Things pointed them story right here. Oh shit carlos is ready to do it can. That's what i'm talking about. He sent me message rate. He even came with a picture. Look i mean he's reading rate this man ready. I find some buyers like that. Yeah she talked to danielle. She'll know all the ins and outs. I'm only fans to martin all right what we're encouraging. I think she would be a better mentor. We just may subscriber enough. Certainly tell you. Because because it's funny. Because i feel like i've corrupted this man to the point where now he's ready to get a tattoo. I get that to sell button. I need to hit partner on twitch and the ideas seventy five because you need to maintain and seventy five average for like a month to have that and then you'll be eligible for the partnership program once that happens again that to quarrel film it. And then everyone lsu yep. I told says i'll do that. It'll be just a simple seventy five might evolve from then. I want you to embrace your freedom us. It meant i said look. I won't be around but i hope i am. When you're people going like oh seventy fifth regimen Only five where you guys station. No no no then do is just say based on twitch yes faced which okay is that korea or vietnam or they stream everywhere. I'm in all those places everywhere in an assistant you'll find me. I said man as a certain when you're on your own. There's a certain freedom you need. You need to embrace. I got all ted up and did all kinds of crazy shit once. I'd have to be an office. I didn't give a fuck anymore. Let's say oh. No that's the thing. I never gonna take another office your hair out. You go get yourself. A tattooed mental get grilled donald. Probably get my martin. Riggs do for home when you gotta go your mustache. You will you better about doing this. Mine is a lot harder to grow. He's sharpie he'd better fucking like the most broke better. Not suppose broken. You could come up with by august. You better rolling again game. All right. i'm gonna grow the mustache all right all right. Because i don't want him mad at me. Very disappointing i know. I know album my choice. Best look good to the man and give it to you. You're going to embrace show freedom man. Yeah about martha martha oscrise. Beginning the tattoos i got. I'm about to get real crazy. I sit on the streaming of night. But i was drunk at that time to get to all of them. Now you'll straight it man. I'm all just don't be crazy because when you see me. Don't look at me crazy when you see me because you know the deal already. I'm just about to me is telling me to put on certain police was gonna get a prince albert or something. I'm gonna get on name okay. Yeah it's better than a brand new car. That's the way to keep kids keeping you keeping the faith big enough of those three letters. Anyway you always four letters and apostrophes dude. I ran out of room. I did that for the aid. I'm looking at the two zone so yeah Some sonic tattoos actually pretty good man. Oh never unless unless sonic was a war criminal no was a rapist. Well he was he was grooming crash. Bandicoot radicals rapists and a racist. I mean some moronic fan fiction. I'm neither what action. Maybe some day we never know i might might might get my seventy five and like all right. I wanna keep doing all guys say you will be careful man. 'cause nobody gets just one known because i'll tell you i'm about to get one in places i thought i never would. Just because i was years ago. I get to a certain part of my life. I'm just going to be daring and probably get one place. Nine will go crazy. I ain't gonna fuck can dt on my forehead and online and getting those say that now avenue happy happy change change that because and wants me get one right here with my hair is saw might do that might do that. But it's like a temple. Yes yes one. Small one on my nick somewhere behind somewhere. Yeah so yeah i mean. I'm at the point now. Whereas like i i like into. I'm just got the feeling and zone. I i love my live okay. I'll we'll get like daddy issues. Anything like that. Because i always was always known say rebellious but i was always disappointing. My father because i just never did what he wanted me to life. You know what i do it. They crazy but he just kind of like. I think you would. I thought you'd be clean. Upstanding young man joined the club. What do you think about this. We round and i got to tell you. My dad was actually cool about it. 'cause he had a whole body tattered up man. I went swimming because we had we had a pool was still open at home. So i was in the back yard and my mother came out in Because my father was working on some acing beco- some mother came out. She showed me. I swear look here somehow. You duck goi. Has one field. Go underneath you know. Put your whole body under you. Don't want him. And my father was just of like god. Damn thing that. By this time i was like twenty twenty six twenty seven okay. I was so mad. I know my father was. I was going to do what i wanna do. I was always just the thing with me and my dad always clashed with. I want to make him proud. I want him to be happy. I don't wanna. I don't wanna bother them but i'm i was always gonna do what i wanna do because i don't believe in living my life for my parents so and by the way that's not saying that they're bad. They've helped me out so much in life. I would not be here without them. But you know my dad saw him. I tell you just kind of like it wasn't like he was like ok cool. It's not as bad as i thought he's. It's kind of like fuck. I'll give up. What am i gonna tell this boy. He's like any care. Like fuck man. I give up so as long as it's not a needle sticking out of his arm. Yeah even when. I got here for that. Hate it but but Even when he just about a month or so before he died even he thought going so crazy. I i don't know what he saab. He looked at my mouth. Lay we get them gold teeth from goatee those like dad. My teeth that dirty. Go see them up. Yelling your mouth obama building. Yeah man so yeah uprising. Get all kinds of crazy shit. Not crazy crazy places when you question to ask you re. Yeah so three years ago maybe four. Would you ever thank you. Ve be doing the kind of stuff even thinking about the stuff you'd be doing now. No i thought it would take longer. It was always a goal. Because i wanted to do what i love for living get paid. Well i'm talking about like tattoos growing your hair. Oh no no that that stuff. No i would not like. I'm never going to get to. I don't want put anything on my body. I get my hair nice and short and everything like that but it doesn't matter nothing matters. It's good enjoy myself. Yeah no i was man remember bellies twenty nine year old. My crazy thirties at a blaze of glory this year this year this year. We're told me. I win october first. Alright yeah yeah people say get this next two. No two hours you sit. Never say. Never pass away dude. I don't know little outline of this is a small that'd be the tattoo was big and before we go some people ask about my shirt and i'm i was certain i was like man. What is going on. I love this shirt. And i wanna thank and i said i would promote these shirt. I love this shirt. Patrick got me this shirt. Patrick new york changed. Yeah in the reason why because his friend is amazing artist. That's guy was talking about. There's gonna be a new york comic con. The has the whiskey bar. Oh yeah yeah man. That's should fire jerry. The kids say as the kids as the children. So what does let me show you what this is called. Love this shirt. And i'm on blues out the way a little bit. Let me see here. It's a shirt someone's like street fighter jet fighter but from movies so like right. Now you got show nuff in the raid over here and then you got people like joan black belt jones. Of course bruce lee's low near machete or danny trae Oboe right there. You got drago. You've got andre. The giant there You got kareem abdul-jabbar game of death. Yeah yeah man Now from the last dragon. Yeah wow. that's a shirt. I do wish blade was on it. But you know what i mean. We'll get in to make a sequel because there were people that are sure everybody will look at that and go like. Oh what about this guy. Yeah and i think he was looking mostly for fighters instead of looking at you know reports. Of course but yeah. I loved his shirt man. And when i saw patrick wearing say man i don't want to vote us so many people you put on a secret shirt. Oh who who is i just thinking of. I said late Same recap down would be amazing cop on december. The you need respect. I love that movie racist but yeah people. I'll i'll tell you about the artists. I'll get patrick to send me his information. And i should have had to read it today. But i'll get into an of the information because they jerry is a great artist. Man awesome. You said drago was on drugs. Down human corneas man. Yeah man let's get one with apollo near san north. Yeah yeah absolutely this shirt. I love my favorite shirt right now. I'll tell you guys how to his work in his shirt anymore. And i told him not to. Because i don't want anybody to have the shit but he says he wasn't making any more these but he might make a sequel or something. He does amazing print. He's a great guy. Amazing artist jerry wishing jerry's last name but he's amazing. I loved his shirt. So jerry shout out to you. I'll put you information up later on. And patrick thank you so much patrick. Got me this shirt and he got me another shirt from his restaurant that we went to chinatown where the owner is. Just a real cool guy man if ever hanging out we all in new york again during the new york show or something. I gotta take a group of people over to his place. This guy will take care of you. Man is guys amazing. We went hung out with him and the owner. He brought a bottle of 'cause. I said main drinking more today. I'm gonna it was. It was about this time last sunday. Not drinking no more. He brought out first of all. Jerry guy the fucking you drinking. He order heinekens. And the owner came out with a big as bottle of jameson. Just kept pouring through the whole thing. May i say that you ever hang over. It is true drinks more. No work for when i got a hangover my buddies so rejecting alcohol the idea of even and make it better. No it will not throw it up before even get it down all the way. Wow that makes me feel like mutant. They say the whole tired. I got that drink up in me. And even patterson damn just lit right up charge it one up. Jubilation is up in the house right now. Yeah it was. It was awesome. Hey well maybe your next tattoo can be that guy's menu search some time. I'm going to take many people's i can there. We are going to have a show now to get on with the show itself here. But we're going to get on with that after these announcements. Because i know these guys are eager about hearing about this going to be in new york still working on that. I got the booking agent trying to pull things together. We're trying to figure out what to do these shows because we're not doing it in the same way as before because the booking agent they want maximizing profit but like we usually shows on fridays and saturdays They want to do it. Like on a thursday something and then they were talking about doing like matinee hours. Like i can't see nobody going to see us at a matinee week work. Yeah yeah. I said i just don't think that's gonna work for the party afterwards. Yeah i said. I just a really really really wanna work with you guys and i really wanted like and you do know what you're doing. I'm not i'm listening. I'm not acting like a thing. But i said i really think that we should try to do this on a weekend. You know so. We're trying to get that together. We'll let you know we might even try to do something here in texas in july august. Oh they're the booking agent is pushing for us to do something here. Okay sexist all right so we'll see if we can get something going on in texas. Dave said samuel jackson needs to be in black dynamite shaft jackson jewels. Put that on shirts but but yeah maybe in dallas love for dallas. Okay we'll get we'll let you get a lou little further along with that okay. We'll see we'll see when looking for reason go to dallas. I was looking at maybe before the july but if they got something going where it's one of these things that's even better. Yeah i will try to try to get that for you man. I tried my best to get that for you so that you don't have to be trying to guess about what we're doing. Let me see here one more thing here. Let you guys know as far as far as the trips go and shows and whatnot Here we go. And i'm gonna let you guys let you guys get on with show but i've been told to let you guys know about trump trip. One more time trove. A trip is okay. Let me just put it this way you guys talking about going on vacation and we wanna take trips with us and you want the experience outside of the live shows that we do you want something a little more intimate so they're trying to get this trip together for some. The toast is not a handful of toast is not going to be like a show. It's going to be few selected people who can afford take the trip. I wanna pay for the trip or what not us but and they got a lot of plays around talking about doing a show. We're talking about partying about hanging. We're talking about having ten area to go anywhere around. The world will at least places around the world where they have set up things just for us to hang out and just have some fun man and that is where a trip comes in and a need for you guys to go in and take the survey put this up before but trove a trip. They wanna know where you would like to do. What booed you like to eat. You're going to be on. The trip was let me put this up before. They got this link here and they want you to take. This link are copied copies linka. Click on this link. Go take the survey so that they can base everything on you. They don't care what i have to say. They want you to be happy so there it is. Put it in the chat you can see. Let me see here double toasted right there. There's the link to troby trip and that is to the survey. Go ahead and take that and i'll be talking about this over several weeks. I'll be putting this up on youtube and whatnot so everybody will get a chance to say something. But as i said if you've been looking for a vacation and you'd think you'd have a good time hanging with dustin please quick survey start getting your funds together and in two thousand twenty two. Let's go have some fun as all complex around the world i mean. I'm talking about like ireland london. Czech rasiah placed cucamonga also. Another place in california it. Oh yeah country look get out there. We'll see all right guys right. 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Of course you have falcon and wonder and they some other people on the way but there was a time that disney did not own these heroes and they had to just go backing to the home box of heroes that they had just make up their own. And so before you head the binges before you have soldier what does all the marvel classics in hits out there. You had this golden age of bronze copper to go recruit from the front from compton. The black yeah man. That is up up and away while they've been just going on over there. Paramount wherever disney. We had hood he wrote. Know living a hood ghetto. They actually believe it or not. You can't tell the address respectable and admired and some people. Y'all being racist being prejudiced like but at the players ball. State pimple up. Now no people know. This is a disney channel. Original some people say classic. I consider rope in that era. I didn't eat i. I remember when they first started doing these movies. And this was one of my favorites. That came like ooh up up and away is on the ten year old. Chris was all he was so excited. The some people say man love parliament. Fucking delic andre. Three thousand lost his mind man. We started doing this because this man start talking about the disney channel. Originals back in the day and i had never seen any of them. None you probably saw some daughters but jones crew fired by this. This show this movie. He's got his own justice league. Accept these superheroes on dealing drugs are handing out sandwiches to the homeless sandwiches with drugs. Yeah yeah heroin sandwich hustler. I just got cocaine day. All right i'll tell say oh man. This is directed by robert townsend. That's incorrect robert townsend. Who gave us such classics as we live. No i know his you know his work you you know it's funny. I should put this up because a lot of people still don't know this because there is no believe it or there is no trail that akkad fi that i could find this. This movie is. He tried to erase it. We've only done the. Mci we never did sweet yours before this. The bitch came in just knock-kneed brothers. Yeah man. I can't even find a trailer for that movie but to give you up. Give you a little a little sample here of the great robert townsend's work. I believe in being sarcastic. Actually love love. I believe what is considered to be his first directorial debut and that would be. You've seen this before. I'm abusing that. You might have hollywood shuffle shit. Hi my name is robert townsend. And it's hard to make a movie in hollywood. But i did with the help of a few friends and a few credit cards old began no weapon and making it as an actor in hollywood only voting on it with a slave button some street who don't sell all land then soda but the real trick is finding a juicy role when the odds are against you and years later. That juicy role was found. Don't sell out brother. Don't have a cell mate. This is inevitable wiz. My bitches he has now. He's that movie was rated movie with a great message. But here this is a. He made this movie the kids out there of course on disney channel. And you know thought it'd be cool to to look at this because when we were talking about disney channel originals. A lot of people bring in this film up. Yeah and when the better ones yeah or is it all depends on what you're comparing it. Yeah compared to the avengers. That's too hard. No eight is now compared to the not zack of justice league cut. Is this better than suicide. Squad was only takes up an hour and seventeen minutes really does appreciate that yan. Get snyder this. You'll be hanging out with thirty minutes. I will be in slow motion as i said apple trailers with this but it was a good time to talk about this because as we said disney is bringing so many superhero properties. Not only to the screen the big screen but to the small screen to and all of them all of them are. You can't tell the difference anymore you know all of them have the same quality all around. Was it like going back and looking at disney when they didn't have the superheroes all these people over here and when they didn't have the effects are the budget for the effects that they have today. I'm going to tell you what this is about before we start like i said no trailers trust meals robert johnson. He has a family superheroes except for. Don't let the little brother full. you accept you. Were not all of them. Mike the he does the wife. He's sort of the superman slash batman of this universe. The wife is like a super girl on wonder woman something. His oldest son is pretty much the flash and his smallest dot is just a little psychopathic shoes. Lasers saying she's a pyromaniac. she really is. Yeah yeah yes you were costume. Could they don't trust the stay home. But scott scott right here. Everybody because scott is coming up to his fourteenth birthday by that point everybody should have powers. Scott scott scott is oh my god normal. What am i friends going to say. He's a late bloomer thing. It's just embarrassing beside you. It's about us. We all had power about the time we wear your age. What the fuck is wrong with you. But scott says dad hold off. I got one more day before the big party. And maybe bad the maybe. I'm just a late bloomer. Then i'll have my powers that i'll make you proud. Daddy i'll make you proud. Well let's go ahead and see what this is like. As with that description it very much is so like something like Something like the. There's a lot of superhero properties out. There it's like this like the the incredible sure Of obama superheroes now. The emphasis is not on the one kid. That doesn't have powers but there is an issue with you know wasn't inject jack not having any powers in there and that's the kids are you could say i really you can ask a family movie right there. But that theme has extended all the way of wins. My kid going to get his powers. Dam is extended all the way to adopt properties out. There whiteboard. that's invincible. Yeah i seen as you know that whole white boy crazy never says that is so written on his face that you can't think it can thinking anything else the way he's looking at across the street you see that. Yeah i got. I got less deliver opioids all these white kids at some good deal. Nah man we've seen this. We've seen this theme over. And over again. Was up. May maybe with more carnage time. Yes yes very much so but we have seen it over and over again. And now let's go back and look at one of the originals. That did it out there something that did it very early at least put it out there before some of these other properties did and that's one thing that you can say about this movie here is that it is progressive very progressive in the sense that i'll give it credit for that man is progressive in the sense that first of all they made this an all black family him and i know that you can never satisfy anybody because like oh you're whitewashing. Black problems gets a kids movie all and they didn't and it's one of those those roles were they're not even make an issue of it is just like this could have been anybody also. Not every black family has black problems. You just think that because that's what you see on tv all exactly. They're racing never factors into the plot. It does not. And i appreciate the although for just a minute for just a minute. I thought they were racist as now. Because i didn't know what was going on. Because the white neighbor came over net. Reactional god dale. Hey randy. good morning robert about to get his white house to stay. Stay way from him. Now look the white people. Just walk time. He last a white person walked up and he did not music. The whole about the beatles has to kill you. We told you about walking up. And i ask you next time. You'll get asked. Whoopi like this is like a reverse get out turns out like if you've seen the movie big spoil is there anything but it's a tin foil that they that they don't like kryptonite any bread. Yeah we're allergic. We're all allergic to zucchini thought. Like what the fuck man. What's going on in the best. He got them all messed up but yeah they don't like tin foil. Which is going to play into. Point of discussion here blah. Maybe played and reason why it's a plot point makes me laugh. You'll find out exactly. Does young christopher marquette in that same yes right. I noticed kid from he was in berry during. Yeah yeah yeah that's right. Christopher mark that's right he was he was the i won't say anything but he was the guy that just wouldn't listen. Yes no he did not sit well. He didn't listen tab like this guy's good. I'm gonna tell you man i'm talking about. He's going to talk about A little bit played by christopher randy christopher marquette. Yeah but also this. Not for other disney channel. Originals out there but this is for me not for you. Maybe so but this is for me. The second disney channel original where they were really kind of putting interracial relationships out there between like a black do in a white chick. The first one here that i saw was don't look under the bed. Yes correct where. The you know that the in spoiler black guy here kisses the white girl believe it or not and it was still be the date for some people. It was a fucking issue by american raises right. Anyway hey man look you always say never do it and they did it twice and they got letters. You didn't do it twice due to kiss their kids but they did they. I mean he went in back like that but he was imaginary though so it doesn't count but they but they but they did that here. I did it in. Don't look under the bed. And now they gotta do it here that there's this really yes i wanted to ask you what. I didn't think you like me no way no way but they made a goofy awkward. When his sisters burning the word dorky to his pop tart. She like yeah. Yeah exactly Reason why and even men. And even nancy told that boy let me see it even in they said. Hey you ain't getting shit. You ain't getting news white girl power that might have been. I mean 'cause they got so much flak for don't look under the bed. Okay we're not gonna we're going to give the illusion of a interracial relationship. Because i don't really ever get back to not take everything last few days. Forget about this girl. Don't make us do this to you to disney said. Make her dream of white people. You wanna white boy. To white girls dream white male teenagers. Yes they do now money here though. Is that this girl is so she really is so at least this black do but it seems like. He's slow in the black dues said she. Physically assaults scott's white friend randy played by chris marquette and physically is so simple complimenting her shoot you any day rose in my lunch money on the pigtails. Randy nist cheated said that they did that without actually hurting the kid and and kind of stunt the sound effect. He's on the grill. Yes they do a lot in this movie they do they do and i wish they had because randy randy gone. My god i love. Radio can take take ready. Ran to be more in his movie in ready. Just good greg is goop is a i. Just get on my own then. Don't know when to quit beginning. Victory dance right of that now. Even if you don't like school. I'll beat the front of me again. We both get with you and public shit. You can suck a ball tickets away. My parents are right. We do have to kill walk in house every day about this and don't know when to quit. I mean look i ain't going. I'm not gonna wish on k. But this is what i wished villas that killed you. This stand back. Yeah one step closer and you unleash the power of the random nature. The grand december. But he's holding they look just read. What the fuck off. You didn't hear that. Kill the why. But did you hear what i want to get permission from you plus randy. Randy's just a little smart as man randy just randy talk shit randy deserves. Get his ass. Beat you guys on how lucky you ought to have your own computers. When i was your age marshall tell us how was it using a hammer and snap you. No one would believe you wonder. Why look a when he comes. 'this you wanna talk shit. She's been say walk in here like you didn't say some shit. Yeah by what was it about chisels and stones bitch get us ready to go to my god under but you know when i when i look at some of the ideas here for this. They are cool man. Listen the ideas here. A lot of this is sweet natured. Movie is is is. I'm gonna want to go. You know. I'm not gonna mess with this but listen. It cannot be denied because you like this. I mean i. Honestly i did. I mean look at the quality is low because it's clearly a low budget movie but it's yeah the ideas are solid. They're they're sweet. You could see how someone with a budget and just a better writing team could do something with this lead over into better properties and it's a much better movie than meteor man was which is robert townsend getting his revenge for media the only see. I've seen man. We gotta do meteo man one at that movie up today. We should we keep that. Put that on the back burner. Definitely gotta do definitely gotta do a media man but the idea is cool. We majored film. I'm not gonna go hard on this this for kids. Don't the disney channel before disney channel was going hard themselves man but man look it is held back up you things and one of those is age. It has not as well because we're so used to seeing. It was so used to seeing superheroes as i mentioned disney. This is on the disney this disney plus but disney. Today's bringing us entertainment to the small screen. That has the quality of. I'll miss that but there has the same quality as the big now. So you know you go and look at how things age just cannot help but look ridiculous when you give it a pass. Yeah i know. I know giving it every pass is just those costumes you like. Yes people who do professional qasr play. They would have come up with better costumes. And what some like all right. You just didn't have good custom people to put together good material and with some of them like all right. Whoever designed this costume like the oldest son his costume my god. Damn y'all through this together from scraps of what was left leftover people some of the some of the cheap. Mrs fine here. i'm not. I'm not gonna sit a period talk about the twenty one year old movie. That's on the disney channel from the day. I'm not gonna mess with it like that. But i'll tell you some of it is five for what it what it was. Wait is even today. You know it's it's good for the time it gets the point across. That's three is the best special. Ed glowing street. That is as bad as the effects. Go get that ribbon thing in the area. I thought when i looked at that i was like it's not great but it's better than actually showed him flying. That will get somebody they start doing. Things many start doing things that a little kid with do for their home movies. A little kid with put on youtube. And something. I'm gonna tell you. It is not hard to make the hero look cool. Would he changes costumes. It is not that hard at all. Take a hit for one. The greatest out there your boy superman superman supernanny. It cost him nothing to do. This right here. Just unbuttoned shirt spread apart iran. Right into the camera camera trashy move. It caused nothing. It is hard to fuck that up but they did manage to change clothes l. Miss that up really on have enough money to do that. nicole way. excuse me check into a superhero customers. Go swimming all right son. Come over here typewritten. Side those close up to please not again. No no over here. Let's just keep a lookout can't take a piss y'all come on. You could have the man run into the camera. Get outta here man. Of course they got the ohl. They got the good old green screen flying seen as green screen machine. You know people say well of course green screen. How are they supposed to do a man even even marble does that even though yeah d.c does do that. Yeah but marble makes it heroes that they're actually flied and not looking like do dangling from you guys later fuck. I'm looking at every single react. I don't know laid sherman his latest. Yeah they got to. George jefferson here man. I know that gives you eyes so look at the. Y'all couldn't even afford a fan. To make like wind is blowing robert townsend. You can see of dangling. Hey man back in two thousand. And i saw this whole the stakes are high can actually fly. What's going to happen. It's like this is a highly the movie from me. I was like a child. i was ten years old. Were looking at this today but as a grown man. Oh yeah. I was like. Oh yeah here is like wait a minute. I said yesterday kids know you know you. Nuts what you say he. Ac dab believe can have dropped. There's i know no no you said oh man my heart drop fain i saw. You can get a fan of walmart back. We ran out of money. By the time we got the defendant. You had to run out of money but we got the biggest fan we could find and it didn't do things because then we would have done. Do just staying still static just going nowhere at all either. They couldn't afford a fan. That's that's sweat is starch like thought. Wasn't you make that joke. But there is a line in there where he's like. Hey by the way my laundry using too much starch. that's funny. I missed that line there. Okay fair enough. We couldn't afford a fan. Can you write. Yeah start building the movie walking away. Ross somebody say well. Let's better than jupiter's legacy You gotta say remember this long. God we will. We have and this is where the budget really made me. laugh man. 'cause we talked about earlier. How tin foil is that krypton nightmare much so and he did that so that later on they wouldn't have to build expensive set they can just make it can be out of ten tate at a tin foil. Wasn't sure if this is going to be able to hold you guys considering the bars and made loom foil fucking kidding. I've seen high school prom. Look he got. The traffic interested folded up tin foil and they said some of that grocery store and there was like. Why is taking all of this when you were making a movie. You want to know whether they'll put the budget for the fan wind. Tin foil man. They wanted the other close. Got gotta blow the tin tin foil. Which one you want. Somebody did them wrong. The son of the left. He's like i'm looking at what's going on. We take the dog. has i like to win the mill. She's all right. You gotta be fucking kidding me. Really ten four. Okay now fuck through this making money. But i grew u- borden and them costumes or even get you hit man costumes something else. It looked like some party city shit. Yeah party bar. Yeah i think overall they look decent for a cheap tv movie for two thousand. It's just whenever they get close up on them especially around the capes and stuff like guys come on. You could do better good because when they go walking around in public going trick or treating a little plastic jack aladdin next. What makes me laugh. Is that everybody kind of realized like ira look. We doing this for money. You know we got we. Do we gotta do that. Oldest son oldest son he walked. He walked that costume. He got on because you say ridiculous. That's probably the dumbest looking. Like leotard with a suit jacket aviator shades steam punk full he. He's walking around like he's wearing the latest bet. Suit like tony. Stark made public. He walks with swagger swag like walk up in the club. Some sort of an hill mind automatic. A damn black flash only fucking bill. Muggy dishwashing gluck got fanny pack in the bag battery. Pack i helmet. That's the things the lights up on his pack and brother along with you know most of you all right. Somebody's sitting down. They drew it out the costume design and tried to match it as best they could and would is like nobody drew this. Turn it in. It was what do we have left. Open yeah no brother. Walk in his body gives them bitches up to date. Is that what you got to got. The even notice got depends and the college. Oh look like a good cheap ads. Brady echelman ghetto brady. Oh man and they got a party. That's she gets crazy. They got they got a party. Where it's like. It's like a superhero bar mitzvah. Yes exactly like just like the coming out for the sons. When he's about to get his powers be a man and that shit ain't nothing but isn't that party is nothing but a orgy. A bag qasr news in bad special effects. That's why i always save the day. I'm you could make it one time. The ones i want somebody. Oh one time. Didn't hey man as his wife fight him. She knows what i can do here. Don't forget a napkin. The anywhere stretch my like this man. That's what got me. I know y'all left at this part. This put komo because like. I said there's something that you you you just cannot excuse. Disney ain't that broke the disney just cheap. They don't wanna they don't want to get his brother. No money Listen there's some things we can let slide like the costumes or whatever. But everything ain't gonna be no batman. No well you made your first movie. Will what twenty thousand dollars. You can make it through the rest of your credit cards. You've been right you'll need us but man ain't no. There is no excuse for the terrible lighting in this scene. Right here they got. They got a press conference. Look like no press conference. There's a new criminal mastermind mass production. But i'd say the harsh light. Yeah but they. They don't mention that. That's on access television masonic place taking them seriously. They all show. We'll talk to you. come on here. It might be a plan for. It looks like it was impromptu thing. They're trying to trick the villain press conference on agendas closet. Come writing sillier than the costumes. Though is what should be the coolest thing in the movie. Actually and that is scott story. Scott the sign sky the hear me laughing metoo and left lot i was like. That's kinda clever. Admired scott had eleven because the whole this whole story of scott possibly not being a superhero and is mainly because he just makes the rest of the family look stupid. Now look crazy with these costumes and everything and at i it is kinda. It's kind of clever. And it's kind of funny because a little as just scheming supervillain the making. That's what he's trying to make it. Look like he got super stressful. He takes all the screw is wrong. So that when people come in. I love this baseball. I'm talking about this production budget. Man damn i mean the door. ain't that heavy. y'all coulda y'all gonna make this look a little bit convincing. Look look out. Not being that he is not a superhero has no powers even when he when he's unscrewed the bolts out of the screws out the door. Even he needs a little help from fishing wire out there. Come on busy busy couple. Y'all got money. Why you brother like this man. Hey we can make a fake balsa wood door. The time for that much data shoes goes back up. A naming brothers raleigh. I don't wanna get these black money that's going on here. I know dumb ass. Over here pops robert townsend. He bought into this job even though obviously well he's looking down issues and he he wants to believe it no matter what. Yeah super stupid. As i love you. You no longer bringing shame of disney. Want to give us money. Because you'll stupid. Yeah man but then he put. This is what makes me laugh right. He is like the doors one thing and even crazy but you thought the door look crazy. Wait till you can. tweet convinces. Now he can fly well he made. He makes them mall stupid ready. As i was saying krypton krypton ready up the tree flaming teach. Maybe i would have gone out there and watch them. You would have seen him like he's a phony he's got to be sky danny stupid the super easy and he's disappointed in me all these powers vicky vision. You're you lose peripheral vision. That's how it works like none of them wanted to go out there and watch it fly. They too busy eating watching. You read called as a loved it up through the tree so and he's got to be sky song. Oh man i love it. I love and i love because the smart one family is little sis man and lewis says. She can't grandpa and grandma and grandpa grandpa's cool. But louis look grandpa. Sherman hemsley man. You see here. Let me see loosing. I love the little things. They haven't his shit at all but she he she lay him. I'm in on you. Let's go downtown and have some ice cream dinner believing blue will i did. A homeland wonder sykes. This is my lesbian parents. See through intuition lizzy his right now. Yeah man oh shit. Let me see here hold. This is funny here man. This is funny here because the words because they they all they all are buying into his bullshit like he's got he's got them fool man they all want wanna believe it and they go with of course it only comes down to when there's an actual life threatening situation was the first thing they wanna do. You know man. You got a room full of superheroes a room full of superheroes whether everybody's shit has gone off because that much of an emergency strained england on the costume. Listen oh there's a woman in the burning building There's a woman in the burning building in. it's a room full of superheroes everybody shit has gone off. Does do people say. Let's get the most experienced person need to go help this one. Before she dies now they say now in the newbie. One reminded me. That seem invincible. At the end of the very first episode in the post credits. But but yeah. They're like a woman in a burning building. And that ain't shit for me. Give me a real emergency. Then let the kid go. let me try. It was funny is like this woman is a woman in a burning building any all sitting around and around like you know what that biscuit way hit right now me. I better take this. i'll be back. No please let me go flash back. Why not let the point to it. I mean backup own building that superhero in one. Oh one you got point there. Each what are you say. Scott i mean warrior eagle sam honey. You're warrior he warrior or you got meanwhile by cheering him on smoke in west warwick as by to. Don't don't worry about this woman right here because everybody's like so. Let's get this out before she does After the explosion nobody cares. Nobody cares because the kid gets to find this explosion right here at this because i was like oh this girl but exploded like fuck. Donald trump stake. That's columbine six little tweaks rock so bernard fireworks number the best routes stone. Little fly by left affects hit delete. It would be fun. You can actually see somebody say. Copy paste tasted paste face-to-face hip as at the budget. No more by worried about her and they got this board. This is heavy left. And so i came back. Goes out those that a stock. A ball did away. Nobody looking hops his bike. Only truth mixed up on his bike looking looking like somebody with the worst paper around the world. Jesus yes all uphill feel damn hate this. Tell a month. I'm a i'm a. I'm a phony while he's riding his bike. Meanwhile she's still walking around. She's talking about a the case number. Five flames look for exit for we stick initiative. Yeah help yourself And fire department. Because you've probably seen all the reasons why these superheroes. I any good heroes at all because the fire department sucks department ever. They surround the building and just stood there looking at and just stood there looking this april. Fuck the superheroes be here in in this little basset in. Here's how bad the they really don't care fucking. I tried to stop. I moved one way. He was supposed to do in narrow zigzagging concern. He never mckay good. Who's the real who's playing farm and liam neeson back. They got some interesting Interesting casting going on here. The one that was really surprised about kevin connolly. Y- from entourage entourage. Yeah yeah e. Yeah e from entourage. The the the agent of the manager. And i'm looking at. He's the villain in the movie man. What was he twenty seven. You said at the time. Twenty seven years old at the time instill younger so if it looks like he if he's too young and baby face to be a villain don't worry because he surrounds himself. Oh let me see if i have it. Oh yeah this is it. He surrounded himself with people who trust me. They are they're billons. They're mean because they look right into the camera to show just how mean they are So his life. I hate kids just to let you just in case just in case those mean looks smart enough to convince you ease the villain also letters. Sorry eight kids. Have you looked in the mirror. We thought you were twelve. A bit of a ginger ale themselves. I mean the mecca leprechaun movie. I can't really blame being villain this town like this is the kind of city that makes villains because people here shitty man at least i can judge everybody i can say. Hey bankers in this city not very nice people man they probably made this man villain. Oh i'm showing that you have a dollar thirty seven cents in your account you want that in nickels and dimes fuck. You don't go go. That was a bit unnecessary gore. Shame die nichols is an upper middle class neighborhood. Obviously his hype man teller. You tell them charles. Get rid of this riffraff. A problem here charles de some news but i will say this man in these villains a terrible to ease in communist fuck man they they get him because he's a kids here was getting by pulling some home alone shit but the you know the stuff they do is not very clever man a piece of string. Some bubble wrap added bluffing being. Sammy davis junior and mostly sounds like firecrackers. But man everybody's cool today. Gunshot amateur kids mr banks and we don't know man bitch hell start. Get out bitchy. You down to the matter with you bill. And just as stupid sick kevin. From home alone they wouldn't have no of them would be dig. They can even have these little. It is got his strain in bubble. Wrap up next saw. Those guys to has fallen. I get it but the third guy all i wanna be part of this too the world who didn't even notice that third okay over a love. It was took grant freely. Do you get paid the same as do as up in the air down asam some cheap shit. Yes it is. Yeah yeah we used to have a third act. you think. They're going to have a big finale movie. You kidding. we're not the first one of the two thousands come on and take it easy now. I'm sure once they see the daily they will give us more money okay. So they didn't give us more and more into the climax involves tin foil tenfold cage. Get the hell out of. Cd-rom roms all. I love that one of my favorite parts about this movie is. This is clearly people who like. Don't understand computers yet. Finally getting a family computer in the house but like because even the dad. You don't know how to program computers. Like i certainly don't but i have to put them off for trail vic bye-bye more time. I love that. They're so computer illiterate throughout the it'll be it's so intentionally funny i know a guy. Yeah and you know the other thing is that you know all those were like. Aol will cds. Oh yeah oh yeah. Oh yeah yeah they just pay him they. A new out to you every is should they. That's probably made the movie. Yeah of like even the main villains like you're supposed to be like at least know that technology operating and they have a whole scene when his assistant takes the thing i was like. What are you gonna worry about it. okay i. She's in front of everyone but he's he doesn't understand the computer that he's like okay. I guess we're still good. I love doing. Say a man you know. Look i know kids love it. I mean it just it. Just hold up today. Compared to what we see they really did even back in the time. They like dan. Y'all ready. did these people out man you know you. Are you cheapen out on his movie. Like this is cheaper than some of the other moves on his a superhero one. Tim foyle climax. all right. did wrong in here. I will do the casting though like it was something interesting to see how the generations responded this. Because when you came in you like. Wow you know. Sherman hemsley man. I guess you guys. what's that. Got the duck. No less than you would like you him as a what would you guys call this guy. Choice george jefferson now. Not steal condor. That's that's who i know. Amass still jefferson was the jeffersons maybe an episode or two. I'll never touched. Watch up up and away moving on up moving on up to this loss on him just the way you move into. No no no no no. I am the still condo what to still autocad democrat. You've got to be the department in the sky being burned on the grill. Got to keep on try. I in just to get up that hill nothing got damaged condor come. Let me educate you. Waves turn best. It's okay it's a lost. 'cause let me educate you castle jefferson to learn. Yes you're gonna learn day. God damnit how can how can you not even generation those this off cooking attack. This is the free concert in jefferson. Oh signal serbian did him dirty. Okay now like a dog. Listening megaphone hear noises the further education of one. Christopher her like we all learned something his first time. Seeing this movie. And this is your first time seeing anything jefferson. Jefferson's yes away prequel. Yes the prequel. A lot of people don't know if you've ever seen in jefferson a lot of people know that robert townsend name this movie original is gonna be lionel. Lionel was a son from the same thing. It was connected actually liked. I liked it and we can do that. Man jetsons part of the up up and away universe dad's condo. He owned a dry cleaning. Make references to the The big to throughout the time to see in marvel and islam spider man. And don't put on. I'm out of drapes. Yeah they don't know us. Negroes line the the original but iron man. It was down the first multi seattle. Exactly yeah they they know spiderman and danny my power here. They know superman fact that they were able to name checks spiderman without challenge. That seems to put them in the mcu. Officially i'm on a first name basis over for dinner ship before there was the multiversity for those doctor. Strange that was up and away. They went to the dc universe in the mall university. They know everybody should at least give it a little reference. I think that'd be amazing. No they're like somebody said the janke cinematic universe man humble beginnings management beginning. Everybody wants to bring back old properties and do a new spin on. This is perfect. Oh yeah absolutely. As i just i just like it. They know they know spider man. They know superman and black folks still can get no money. Still that's why still bitter. Yeah you believe this shifts towards the q. Steel so i think for you know what actually think for for. Can we change the halloween plans. Can we cannot be me mark and you'll be the as back then like that together. We'll get it. We got to work party city tonight. We're going to put them together. Salvation army grow that mustache. Yeah that's true that most Nope damn well you know what like i said man i will be fair and tell you this. It's almost like it's almost like over the years. The the low budget on this has become his charm. How mad funny it really has. We wouldn't be talking about this. In like i said man they they. They wouldn't be a this. This probably wouldn't have probably wouldn't be remembered as fondly of some of those things such as the budget the special effects on all these things those days actually make this more endearing. We wouldn't be talking about it if it weren't for those things having a good time for those things and like i said a lot of kids came. A lot of kids had a great time with this. You didn't use those. This is one of my favorite ones. This is because it was the first big superhero one that they didn't sure they watch before with aqua boy was when your kid like the lane here we want the superhero superman type and so no when they when they produced this. I was so excited about it. Because i was already reading comics by that point like oh. They made a severe movie for my age. And i loved it for that and i just thought it was so charming and because of all the you know i was. I was learning about computers. Those like i'm just like him and we started our first computer. It's like oh i to do assignments like i'm just like goodall. Scott i loved it for that. It's it's a very charming film. yeah again against it. I mean on the kid's level. I'd probably give it a low rental because yeah i like it but you know just an age very well. That's all but you know it's horrible. It's good. I mean for something for two thousand. I wouldn't expect to age. Well ambien a low budget disney channel. Movie it's better than i expected. At least it wasn't painless. It was fun like you say it was charming and it makes me think of things. Recently that had bigger budgets. That i did not find so charming. I something i saw this weekend. But also that movie of thunder force mccarthy who melissa mccarthy i mean you look like they had a budget they had big name stars did with it you know and this is robert townsend. Eat like when you look at media man you go like all right. You had a dream to do something like this and here. They gave you a second shot. Sure that didn't get the budget. You need to maybe pull off what you want it. But it seems closer to his actual vision. Yeah there you go. Yeah let us know if you like these disney channel. Original movie reviews. We did a few fun with them. And some of them actually. I was surprised by talking on the day about. What was it. Smart house smile. So we have fun with mario man so let us know if you wanna see more these and let us know if you enjoy this. I'll talk to you right not yet. Did you enjoy this review right here. The budget stayed. You have a higher budget in the two thousands seal. Start to see that. I think yes look at that. Battlefield earth is the winner of the poll. What a comeback. Let's see here. This shit was hilarious was fine. I love this review. thank you. What's y'alls ratings. They say do sky high court. Actually i remember watching. Sky should watch that because we got high back in the theater. Yeah yeah we've heard a bruce campbell male winston. Listen people already talking about the next one people already putting up the next one so you guys might be the next disney channel review. Whenever we get around to doing it. The luck of the irish. Okay i saw some of that recently. Oh with all say anything. we'll wait. Yeah we'll take a boat you know looked like looks like the irish is on the list. Put some put some some some some suggestions out there. My boy johnny. Sue nami on their. Somebody exchange soon. Uncle shane soon halloween town. That's the king. Lean toward the trilogy and we will talk about that fourth and that's an abomination but we'll do about the halloween town kalmar town high. That's exactly why but some people say wait for october to talk about. Oh yeah so. Yeah tied into halloween. Yes sir right. Somebody talked about do peter rabbit to nas. Ira yesterday it was funny because we did we had the tribute show and one of the categories was rabbit. Movies movies out there. they are and it was. It was fun categorize. It was great. And i liked it a lot. Yeah let's see here but yeah we'll figure out some stuff to figure out some stuff to do for your. Ira tell you what. I hope is focused. I have not seen hocus. My children doing a sequel. It's coming out this october. Yeah review for you like the first one by talking about peter rabbit. I can tell you peter. Rabbit underperformance weekend put did sort of in the heights but in the heights and extended. Yeah well they in the heights max you. We're on extremists. The most people stay home. Watch way peter rabbit. What's your excuse me. i haven't heard anything about. How was anybody or anything about peter. Rabbit 'cause allow surprised i. I did what i saw. Remember when i saw it. And i wouldn't head because i went had a brush right afterwards so bad i gave it a lot more. Like a rental. I think how rental something. But they killed sam neill in beginning. Yeah he's an asshole. Hey murdered a heart. Attack bluebeard his mouth little murderous messing with What's his name Hawks yeah forget. Hit son of. Oh brendan brennan. Yeah bring leeson sign donaldson. Yeah i anybody see that movie Peter rabbit let me just think about it. I don't think anybody's thought it. Because i did think about it for a second. Well maybe we should do that by tom. Peter rabbit another him or anything like that on. I wish him well right. Let's see here. Somebody said peter rabbit to sucks fairness. Somebody says it. it was fun. Okay all right so we'll see how things go land losses a bad movie. Oh yeah yeah yeah. I saw that years ago. Leader a folks who don't come back a little bit with our review. Quick review as quick review. For sweet tooth you gonna come back later. Where are you going. Hey where we going where you going away. We'll be right back Slugger oh let's see here. Did you see any sweet tooth. Yes how much did you say to episodes to episodes. Oh trying to see if i have any other nationals to tell you do definitely one. I do definitely land of the lost yawkey putting up killer clowns. I love clowns from outer space. Yeah it's weird up. People like suggests movies that you like no. I liked that movie just to talk about it. Sure well maybe. I wouldn't say it's a bad movie. No love there movies mass. It's classic wash that all the time. Cow around danny mcbride right. Yeah who else though. Fair wealfare okay. We'll fairly okay. It's been that long Well it was stormy off because in one of the kevin smith movies. He plays a character. Carl call marshall whalen holly which is a callback to yeah. I'll tell you one thing that that might get reviewed if we can find a slot ford somewhere. I've never seen tokyo drift. God i just. I funny enough. I just did a commentary and review for that movie. You've got to do it just for lucas black in the shit. They pull with him draft watts. Drake what you love a movie where people have done something all their lives but a white kid comes in and he suddenly pastor of it after after one night of practice You on the ways of the draft. I hear some people who say that. They think that's one of the best ones. It's better than to fears much. I've never seen it and i'm kinda dynasty. I was almost going to do it today. But so many people requested a man. We really got us up this device. Now wow i'd like this is just went out okay. So man. I know the the the stream is going into you. Guys might not notice. But i definitely got hooked up this device somehow because i keep seeing. Keep seeing red down there. Don't like it don't like this shit. Don't like this now. I have to figure out how to do it. It is a little more complicated to set up that device. Thought so at least for what we're doing here Like i know how to take it out and stream easily as good but doing it over here. I don't know what to do map. Yeah so i. I'm going to have to hook it up. Just bite the bullet and pay that three hundred dollars a month. Yeah well it's better than fifteen hundred seventeen hundred. We were paying for the studio count. Yeah yeah so we'll see. We got so many reviews that y'all wanna see. We'll try to try to make it happen. I can be there tomorrow. I can i can. I can help. Thank you carlos. Appreciate that i really do. I tell you right now. Tokyo drift would probably be one. You want to do around when f night comes. That's what i'm planning on stuff. Almost did it today because it turns fifteen but i did. I decided does two thousand six when he leaves carlos the yeah thanks will offer man. I can't wait to see you tomorrow when you get here. Appreciate makes you address. Y'all did that. Oh let's see here. We're about to do sweet to review. I do want to tell people we are just received. some people want to be on the next trivia. Show good but you see here but if you want to be on the trivia show is good to ask a week ahead of time because we wanna make sure that people get all instructions and not be there so if you want to be in the trivia show you know to email kay cool. Man's a g mail dot com casey in a. n. z. E. dot com and let us know one of the tribute show by pudding tribute show. I want to be on the trivia show in the subject line. We'll get you on there. Had some really great people on yesterday. Yes now was great. Yeah thank you again to Vani in one on he says it. So i gotta say on the right people Let me see we've got here is not gonna be anything long right here. Finding they would go there. We go so it's not going to be anything really quick. And i'm not even try to like hold off my opinion on this but i'm watching this show right now and a lot of you are ahead of us at least ahead of me on this and i started watching this last night late last night and i got hooked man watching this show and i'm curious to see what you guys think about it and i'm gonna put my opinion out there. You saw one episode. Yeah and then you saw to now really want to talk to you about this because something you told me. Some other people told me. But i caught four episodes of eight episodes series called sweet tooth. I gotta tell you man. I'm sorry took me a while. Because i've been watching some series on netflix. And some of them. They've been hyped up and been like i. I don't know man you want somethin'. You like yeah. I don't think this is bad but it's just not doing it for me. Yeah and then they say is number wine and we end up talking about it and it's not even that big a deal but man i gotta say. I really enjoyed the hell out of sweet tooth. At least what i saw. Upon a time bad people ruled the earth. Greedy and self destructive nature made everyone sick. Excuse me doctor then a miracle happened. I called them hybrids. You're kind your job to live a full life but some bad people are still out there. Gus voice. I will run high. He's like house about the colorado for kids like me. Who are out there alone. Your head by warnings. How long. I got you guys like me on good for kids like you know. Most people think could save me. Rusty last men have made it their mission to eliminate hybrids either rs to protect them. This new world about survival the cost. What are you doing with him due to survive like me. I need to find do. It's got hope coming. Every poor says girl girl we get on your heads. This could be depressing ruin. She was she said stuff happens. Show the trailer make up a song for the show the drums so triumph in bringing it down. Yeah anything song you know show showcase and all the genocide the virus and everything else crazy motherfucker too but man i enjoy. I enjoy the writing in this. So much and improbably. It helps that. I just didn't even know what this is about. I'd never heard of this. I'd never seen anything about this. Even when this was starting to become popular getting hyped on netflix and people about to watch it and it was. You know people are learning. This was based on a graphic novel. Even i thought that was l. Osama those'll medieval shit going on. I didn't see the antlers right there. Fantasy l. Thanks candy united. I didn't know what it was man so going in. Not knowing anything is a big help because it really does help when you go on with no with no bias at all. I'm glad never written the graphic novel right there. Because i definitely do going biases on a lot of things but not able to get rid of them but especially comes to stuff that i've seen before with the apocalyptic genre post-apocalyptic sandra. I just got through talking about bias. I love that book. The stand And i had a bias going into everything that has been that has been adapted from that. We just saw the new adaptations on those paramount. Plus yeah scared to whoever we go. Welcome to the boulder free zone redmond. Which one of us larry underwood you know. That is something. I was able to remove my bias. Because i really love that book. But even when you know to be fair. I had to come as much as i want to. Love this series man. Add to say you know what and this is related to what i'm talking about. It's like man just is just so many post-apocalyptic tropes that are happening here. And i don't know because this was written in the late seventies so right helped out a lot of those things you've seen before this borrowed from the original source material. Yeah it's just like with. John carter when that movie comes out you like you have seen before i know because they stole for the original book now and what you could do sweet tooth. You could actually look at it as you look a sweet tooth as the stand with minus the supernatural and more science fiction but with this all those tropes that i was expecting or even saw here either they were made to feel somewhat original are this was doing so well that i even noticed that. And they do not guaranteed they do some of those things i think indulges them them in them. But i just think at least so far. The story in the acting is so good. That never even cross my mind. No and it's pg thirteen for shoes so kids can watch this. But you know the cool thing about that is that finally you know parents can watch some post apocalyptic cool thing with their kids and not have it. Be the hunger games with a bit of the fucking taj. Or you know it's no. It's no young adult a why feeling thing. Yeah i was so happy about that man. Because that's the thing i thought. Also i said we're dealing with a young kid supposed to puck. Lifted world all my god okay. We're going to be in that white genre again. It's like nah man. Not like the hunger games all any of these other things it really is. That's what i love about. This is kind of its own thing when you have the story of his close to home in people. That's why the stand because there's a virus that's going on this virus wiping people out. People trying to fend for themselves because of the collapse of society kinda spins off that book. There's a new species about to take over as you have these babies being born with animal features and a call hybrids and you know in this world and we can see it a lot here because again it really does hit close to home where we're trying to blame asians for you know what we would call them the chinese flu and this they're trying to blame the hybrids bringing in the whatever disease is and verify everybody's very paranoid got thank at this point. I've only seen four episodes. I think the hunting them down. But i you know i love that spin on. I think having that element in there was fantasy science. Whatever has really made a stand on his own and yeah it's got a kind of a a unique look to it and you actually read all of the of it before and then knowing the series is coming and i was like you know what i never did finish says let me sit down and just read it all from beginning to end And what i can tell you is like having read the series just even watching the first episode of like yes is very different. Really yes okay. 'cause what they with with the series is very bleak. It's an oblique color palette. It is not. I was like how you would you make this. Pg thirteen because you got the military cutting open pregnant women accuse you got jeffords who you like. Y'all know about this guy. He's helping the kid but they they get to a town where they get connected with these horrors who are helping them and even like the hybrids. I knew from the very first production shot because the way they showed the kid like this. They've pretty beat up a lot to the point. Where this kid. He looks like a cute. Little white boy handlers. That makes you want to adopt them even more whereas sweet tooth a comic he has more deer feature. He looks. Looks like don knotts. Book the deer and he's not starts out the same what. He's been living in a cabin with his dad. But in the comic his dad is so ultra religious. And that's all. He teaches them all the time so when he gets around people all he knows is the quote the bible. He's very fragile. Very fragile and so. It looks from the first episode. I'm like all right. Everything i know about this comic. I gotta throw away so and even getting into the second episode all right none of this stuff even in here. So it's it's almost two separate entities so pretty much just going with the premise and characters but only really in name to eat especially. Yeah i mean. Does that bother you that they changed it. Okay i'll say this like you talk about the bias. It bothers me some. But i recognize the the long i watch it in the more i started accepted as its own thing than the less. It bothers me. Yeah i mean. I 'cause i've learned to do that a long time ago. Yeah because i realized like. I always say this. This is a good thing when you develop something for television. You don't want to do a straight adaptation. You you wanna make it to where i mean. Maybe you don't need to go so far from the source material but you're development for different medium and especially a comic book or a novel for television has a habits own development in certain areas certain characters. You're going to focus on it. They didn't before i'm going through dislike right now reading lovecraft country and seeing where it diverges by. I see why they made up example to the places where they made the changes on. Like i get why you did that. Okay this makes sense and in here. I'm like yeah. You're doing your own thing but you feel confiscated and i have two stories to enjoy this way. Yeah ever since i mean. I've seen so many adaptations far is gonna be one of the biggest ones whereas it's kind of like damn. He made that better much. Anybody who's watched the the the jungle book you know from disney are one hundred dollars every things change you. Accept them as they are. But i haven't read the graphic novel. So i can only go by this. I'm enjoying what i what i see here. A lot man because one of the things. I'm really impressed with other actors. They have here. Will forte is an underrated actor. Is this guy he was on. The people recognized night. Live leaves off putting comedic roles. But i mean it's been like bits of pieces of dramatic acting that he's done. He's the father here and he did when this opens up. I would say that this is very very strong performance from him where he has to be. You know he's not care that you're talking about right novel now. He has to be somebody that has to be the father. He's got to be the mother to. He's got to be fair with this kid but also doing away with this kid don't doesn't turn against them because that's the only person that he knows and ship. The mommy starts bell and he's dead. I appreciate the fact that he wasn't the strict authoritarian. Which is what so often these characters would be communist popular. I mean he's he's loving but very fair which lower firm. I should say very firm the all. Listen i wish. I hope to see. We'll fourteen more dramatic roles as long as he's not playing shaggy. I'm fine with this. Other worm its way into will forte as long as more like this. You're good mind. Thank you for. What you did scooby doo and even talked about man when the hybrid dogs. We might see one though that we saw one little hybrid abomination baby leave it alone. You hold a grudge for days. All it's going to be fucked shaggy. Just gotta make sure it's only afford we ain't even talked about. I'm saying did a good job in the series far. I've i'm impressed with this guy. Right is we'll also joe rogan. What to your point. Yes he will forte was amazing sweet tooth. He's looking for one role. I never forgot one. Oh well i love this guy. Because i think the one. I'm really impressed with. Is this actor here. Non zoa nosy. Now you know non zone knows you've you've seen him before he's been a lot because this man right here you see them because he's pretty much he's pretty. He's pretty much a career out of body garden. We're little white boy is an complicated profession. He is protected powerful secrets that have kept mankind safe from dangerous of another world. Just put antlers artem is palpable. Better moving you kind of what's going on in yeah was the was the big black dude and artem spa and enders game. All that's right. He think that's the first thing i saw him in. And then game of thrones and he's so good here though man he still good. He plays a well. You know i'm not gonna tell you because it's great reveal now if they've probably you might have seen it somewhere i it but i don't want to say anything because i want people to see the ts. Okay because this happens very cool. 'cause i knew what he was when before i saw it. But if you didn't it'd be like. Oh wow that's kind of cool. You know what's happening with this yari already to see him here so when you see like kind of awesome. What they did right there. But what i like about these characters mostly is how all of them kinda have in their own. Overarching storylines like ev. You know a lot of these people stand. They stand a stand on our own. They have their own subplots happening. And you cannot. You can see very early how these plots going to merge and this is cool. But i'm just wondering right now as somebody who hasn't finished with this address immunise going because is going to be dark as shit where this goes to the writing so good that i ready to handle it. But it's going to be rough. I think darkness. Oh man. I had no choice. I wonder how darker we get because you just read the comic cutting open pregnant ladies and things like that. That's pretty goddamn dark or outright murder. People think lot so much murder sure and like we we see. We see that we see people die in the show. But it's very much that pg thirteen violence as you described. So i mean in terms of like goriness and things like that probably not that dark but more maybe like emotional. I will because what was going on here is that you can tell that there are some good people got this. Actor's name the thinking. The doctor the doctor get his name too but he's he's been a lot of things he was just in Leona homes on lots of things. I saw him in but man they got good people who have faced with really hard morality choices and. I wonder how that's going to play later on in nola homes. I'm sorry lettuce around as well. That's why i don't play scrabble man. It's no it's emotional. It's it's an even better than being gory cheers. I'm i'm afraid of what choices going to have to be made. I'm afraid of what people are going to have to face themselves to do what hardships people are gonna have to going to have to become to survive in. This world are for other people that they care about. It's not really even four even being. Pg thirteen they do some really fucked up things in here man. By the time. I got to the third episode. They have all these different facets. Another cool thing about this series is that they have all these different facets of society and some have just embraced just being shroff people. It's almost like a bar. Barbaric wild west. Some people have civilized to where it's like the west is not exactly wild and some people still have the suburbs that look very modern. Yeah in the suburbs kind of more fucked up then then the wild west park. At least you know what people are. The suburbs are still trying to keep this ability and having fun parties and whatnot and they some cold as people man and that some of the things that really makes me queasy going into it to man. It looks great. You know this is something where you know what i don't like about this. This is kinda pack elliptic movie. That looks so good. It makes you feel like you might have a chance. Yes because i known listen. I've already up already accepted that if something if the apocalypse happens zombie. Whatever i'll be the first to go you have to put my hair. Probably i'm torn up a human being's gonna eat me something you know. I'm not gonna win. Any a any apocalyptic lottery but here this is. This looks so good in some parts. Man you know not these military parts but you know this is where you have like these beautiful landscapes lot of green lot of mountains lot of vistas and whatnot and this is a lot of hopeful moments in there too. When this moment here when the woman who was alone you'll see her character series where she's out in the middle of the city sees these elephants. She's like you know what yes. This is terrible. But i found myself if i like elephants learn so i would not be amazed me like ho- fucking shit go by calling me takes one dead man. Yeah no it's a like it man. I really do enjoy this. And i'm looking forward to where this is going. I had any problem with anybody in here. It would probably be sweet tooth sweet to can keep lil as trump get it. He you know he. He doesn't know the world doesn't yet but there are times though analysts they look like they pretty much taped on here. I was glued this a headband. With obviously what is. This is probably a headman awake laugh. Yeah that doesn't bother me. I will say like how they use their budget. Because it's such a. I mean yes there's animal hybrids and it's in a pandemic like a post michael because they use their budget very well when they have see. Jessica's is acceptable for okay. This series never really bothered me degree now. I like every other needs for strep. Besides all the actions scenarios that they've had or the certain moments it all felt very grounded. And i appreciate it for that. Yeah yes same here man. I really mean after seeing one episode. I interested in watching more. I am the first episode. Didn't grab me as much as i hoped. But i start watching the second one and in like i said i'm shedding my my bias. Just being more like. I do want to see where this goes It's is an interesting thing like you know you saw the pitch of gusts on the cover number one telling you how he has more animal features. He's actually the most human looking of all the highbrow. Stand the comic. Yeah some of them. Look like like a straight beavers head. Yes like how you going to do this or i. I guess i'm kind of curious to see because i know far. Yeah i know they won't but i'm just curious to see how far they will go with these ugly kid and ugly i saw with a straight up elephant hit the. It's literally the elephant man. No that's that's a character that comes in at the almost very serious. I saw it in october. My brother before it just about it. When we jesus this stream over here and damn l let me see now there was my brother and i a look the elephant man and the elephant man. It's called elephant because of his condition conditioned health and titus having. I don't don't even know we knew what was a true story of brotherly love because we walk bet and i thought man i remember thinking even as a kid like eight or something. I thought that was kind of beautiful and walked down. I'd like mark. What do you think about that. He'd like it man. I don elephant man was truck. Where was his ears. No goddamn elephant theory. Literally the whole alvin as he was mad. He's like you said well the trunk man. When i saw a man say yes. That's on something similar to be with devlin. Blue dress watched it. I mean is i but the girl she wasn't no devil supernatural even call it a little. Yes what it was little. Yeah he's going to see a gun them disney movies on truck. I see though it comes back full form. Yeah i will say that. Their kid does different versions of the actor here. I really let me see here. I really liked his act a lot. I wish i knew his. I wish i knew his name chat will tell me. Let's see here the chattel. Tell me the indian whenever you see here. Well let's see man. They're like let me see here. Was this guy's name the reason why positives. Because i'm looking at the stream again folks. I will have fixed tomorrow. We'll have this fixed because this is doing is more and more and i had the device right there for it in. I gotta get turning probably trying to get out of here shit. Yeah is going in and out the indian due to so good. Yeah what's his name man. What did you say his name is so good is. I wrote his name down his name in front of me right. Hey what am i doing. I'm looking names right here aktar. He's so good in this man in. There's a kid who plays sweet tooth that different versions of of of sweet tooth in the movie where he goes from being goes from being like like a little toddler to be in ten. I guess but His name is christian and he's really good. I liked him a lot. I like the character. I get the character just like damn what kept once. Can you just sit down with people. Tell you oh dear sir. In movies and televisions young boys never listen to what they're told scams yet. They're angry all the time they never behave. Yeah yeah also made a little creepy because of because he's have deer and there's like one shot in jesus fucking crisis up talking about you know. Don't be on the background like that a night. I wouldn't want to split like you'll see. I know i was like mayor. Ou know no one all right. Let's let's kill these abominations. Got used to them. They will like our race off to get over there. You know and i'll tell you before we go. There's plenty of action here to man is a lot of stuff that keeps it going. A lot of emotion is a lot of action. There's so many different storylines in store allows riddance so well in a way. I can't wait to see how they converge robert downey junior producers his wife. Yeah man i the apology for doolittle. Yes those new animals but little do better man four episodes in. i can't wait to see the remaining episodes. I'm really excited about it. I mean you know again. It's not fair to give it a review of rating based on half review. But maybe i'll do a second part to let you know about my feelings of change but for right now is heading towards full price. I'm really enjoying the storytelling in this is the kind of storytelling that makes you feel like man. I'm watching a good book. You know mars is very different. I mean even graphic novel. I'm looking at it like man. This is adapted from a novel shore. You know so. I'm enjoying this toys. A full price. Unless they changed in the last episodes. Chris what are you know. i'm there with you. They're using their budget very well. It does doesn't look cheap. All the actors. I think are doing a great job inch and all these stories you know. I don't know what how they're all going. Call us at the very end like what they're building up like no one's given the bad performance so far and i love the dynamic between the two leads the kid and the the well i only want to say what what he is but the immigrants. Oh the actor no nuncio nozoe who although the big guy. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah nonsol- nosy. Not too nosy. I loved their dynamic. So no i'm see more of it is all one episode. but what do you think. It's got great production. I think i'm more the thing. I resist more is. How is such a clean apocalypse. And his party Okay well i guess. I gotta get used to that. But as i got into the second episode. I was sorry. I wasn't able to watch more before. I had to leave the house to do stuff and come over here but it was enough for me to go all right. I'm i'm interested. I'm like an plus based on what you guys are saying has even more hyped to watch the episode. They do some dirty shit man. It's like it's pretty cool. They more characters that come in. And we say apocalyptic. But it's not as i can see why you say is clean. 'cause it's not really really apocalyptic and as you get into the fourth episode you see society is not gone. Yeah they and the buyers has gone in waves. So that's why. I say someplace. It's feel like a western town for the suburbs and other places are still held up. So it's not like a pure apocalyptic is just turn us because it feels so close to that category. I wonder about everybody who did things about Pandemics having this stuff drop now. Is it being embrace. Because everybody's like. Oh i lived through this or are people like man. I i wanna see this shit and people cashing in on that she remembered. I'm not saying it's always good but remember a michael bay produced but that's why that's why we were in the middle of it. Yeah but now that we're out of it. Are people like i'm exhausted. I don't want to see this or they like. oh yes. give me more. This being on number one on netflix. Like over a week is saying that people more but as long as there's something more to sure sure made still more fantastical. I thought it was wearing their masks. It's good to yeah. You know it's a it's a. Yeah i'm i can't wait to see interesting dynamic when you go that family and they're wearing their masks. The dinner table the other two looking at them my own. Why you wear masks because not contagious. And it's like That's the debate we had and i was like. Hey y'all don't take your mask. Don't listen no man. If somebody like theresa milwaukee and did he's got more lines than tyree was always crime yelling in subways. Do you remember that. Oh i didn't. I stopped watching. It was not one to walking down the subway which oh tyrese gibson about owner chad. What he got on the subway in all know this day. I don't know what was going on with this man. But he was on the subway telling people. My name is michael it. I'll an actor. I'm available for wearing zimbabwe fuzz. Jesus birthday. i don't know what the he was promoting themselves. You got a meltdown de day about that because he was in another series and he was actually pretty good. Oh he's in the expense and he's really good in it. Yeah but now you know debate. They've been able to live past episode. What episode it was. I want to be doing his subway. What are you crazy. Yeah he went. He went crazy man. see here. We're going to talk about this movie. I'm curious to hear about this and netflix. As we continue on our net flicks journey right now. Netflix has had a lot of successes with original properties and adaptations. We got talking about one that they have some success with but what they say man look all that is good what we really what we really need now won't what we really need. Is another bird box. That's being the head against the wall. Jesus come on put you to people. We're box was the one where he was such a cool idea. Because and it's based on a book actually read the book. Enjoy the same here. Yeah i like that book lot and if you think about the move they did pretty much out of it here but this is the one where people are saying something some creatures out there and we can't see the creatures went on they look like because if you look at them you lose your mind to the point where you're killing and trying to kill other people. It was a clever very clever premise. I mean making a horror movie what you can't see the creature but it's still kind of horrifying now. The guy won like all right was shit. What about what about not looking at the creature. What'd you can't even close your ass. What what did you can't go to sleep. Yeah yeah no. It's like burt bought. You can't see the creature. The creature is insomnia. Yes you keep your eyes open. Because she can't go to sleep because why sleep will kill you. Get some sleep. I'm not tired. Shooting stars no hours that everywhere curse my book zoo. Fifteen hours ago something happened. We don't know what caused it or why it occurred but what we do know. Is it none of us can sleep after forty eight hours no sleep. There's a loss of thinking it's going to be total chaos but what about after five or six days. We're all going to die if we don't solve this. Let's go let's go right now. Shoot dope supertalk sleep inc. Get your daughter murphy. She could be. We should sacrifice her. She's my daughter. She's coming with me. You strong okay. We're not giving up. Our survival depends on. Its get to work. Funny thing with this that i've been hearing how many bad reviews and since i'm wasn't going to be able to review it today Let me go and see what people saying. And i saw a lot of good reviews. Near the end of the rotten tomatoes the top reviewers before that there are plenty of people saying you know what is stupid. How do you follow this martin. Well you know are you can tell us what this about before you even get into. No this is what this is about. What you may not may have may not have been able to catch from trailer. Is that a huge Emp goes off and kills. All the electronics are very in When that's over everyone around the world discovers that they can't sleep. Nobody can sleep and you have their the premises that after forty eight hours you lose critical thinking and then from that point forward. You start hallucinating. And in five days you'll be dead so the the world is in chaos however Gina rodriguez plays the mom of a little girl who can't sleep and maybe like in the last of us. She's the cure they can they can turn to. Scientists who can cut are open and figure out why i bought martin. Up perfectly fine because you don't sleep anyway. That was a thing because you have a first off when you watch a movie in finn jones pops up you know way. This might not go so well. And then later barry pepper you can just pretty much hang it up but the way finn jones explains it like yes. You lose critical thinking in five days. We'll be dead if you've anybody like you myself who've been up for a while patently not true. Well tutu's credit. I have not stayed up for five days straight with no sleep at all. I'd like not a wink. Think that on that as you got close you might die. There are other studies that say that you can die. If you don't have a certain amount of sleep might be something to say you can. But it doesn't i. I've been up for four. And a half days. In and god. Damn i if i didn't do in a week and i just did it and yeah. I went to sleep but i wasn't. I wasn't hallucinating. And i didn't feel like who sleep. Dot got done now because just like with hunger night. There's a point like if you're if you're if you're not eating your fasting there's a point where your body goes with shit. He's not gonna eat. I'm just stop being hungry. I just let it slide for awhile. Sleep sort of the same way. And i won't see i'm not saying that you won't lose nate but these people just simply get loose and hallucinate. They all become homicidal. Everybody's trying to kill everybody and the problem with the movie is that is just so overdramatic with all of this. And the way people are acting. And it's almost a thing where any apocalyptic movie with a low budget just never turns out that well. I'm mean it okay. If you want to go back to george romero with does ambi- apocalypse. Sure but everything else especially this trying to piggyback off of a quiet place in bird box. Yeah is is just not. It's not there in the in the budget and it's not there in the writing it's a. It's the kind of movie that's telling you. This is happening all over the world and yet you don't really see much beyond a couple of counties and and it's and it's kind of long like going on for two hours just like all right. You're not really talking about anything we just get to it. Some of it silly. Yeah so inevitably. If you don't sleep you will die. That's what this study's zone is but also you looks like ms movie can also die from stupidity to whatever it just doesn't make any sense everything you're saying a lot of people. Yeah yeah it's like in the beginning going with it. I'm like well. I don't know it ain't like something. We'd see on one of our bad movie reviews. It's not that bad but is like yeah this is. It's pushing things too much to the point of being kind of silly. Yeah and her is kind of ridiculous as what. I've been reading that from several people. So you know it's funny. I've heard a lot of people saying that. This movie stole its idea from rooster teeth Where out of you guys. I told martin about this off. Mike but that had whole series like several years ago called Day five the whole concept being no one could fall asleep. And it was apocalyptic series web web series and it had like multiple seasons and things and it got again as you. You didn't sleep. You got crazy literally. People would become slashers like jason voorhees. So michael myers based on that. And it's like sounds exactly it's it's it's exactly what i'm looking like. I think i've seen some of the shots serious things wrong here outside streets guy. This is a national emergency sleep at a global scale in a matter of seconds and nobody has a clue why especially him. I wouldn't even listen to what you say that again sukkur and then caffeine cigarettes another hard drugs party mutilate getting worse. Look the body cannot survive without sleep right now. You have an expiration date. Your body's going shut down. They wake him up so the not sleeping kill him. Yes also taken all the speed and the really exposes. The truth factor in the tree was yeah man so everybody was like if you sleep you die and this movie the people because i that's what i thought a wake was i thought it was. I had it mixed up. I thought if you weren't like if you if you fell asleep you know everybody's mad because they can't sleep and everybody's mad at this little girl because she ran that that science lab wants to get a hold of her and cut her brain open to figure out why but by the time she's there they're all loopy. Yeah well this is kind of late performed brain surgery. Yeah fuck what. Oh well what do you give it. Oh i get a low rental rental okay now. How come not some old bullshit. I don't know i mean i did. I have turned it off. And i didn't okay all right there you go. He didn't change the channel. You know maybe we're tired because you've been sleeping all right guys. We are about to get outta here. I'll read one real quick. Mesa wish dragon. Because that i saw i liked. Oh yes yes okay. Yeah forgotten ready to go. But yes i am ready to go but i mentioned the shitty women should talk about the one i liked. Wish drag and talk about that. Wish dragon see here. Let me let me get the trailer for this too. I'm gonna play a play. Add real quick talking about wishes. Don't sorry let's see here. What is kind of light for one. We've been talking about so many dark things today. What are we talking about like horrifying things viruses. Lack of sleep anarchy apocalypse lack of budgets. And stupid costume lose them. A little light hearted here netflix's again people. We have wished dragon and it was number four. This number three number four three. Yeah awake was number four right. Let's see here well as i said. This looks shouldn't get this. This looks unlikely. Delightful right here is a children's property. And i don't know anything about it except that looks colorful. It looks fun and martin. Tell us more about it after this. If you wish for anything thank you. What would he be happy birthday. I miss you. Oh gosh great master plan peasant boy never had a friend that be easy. Wouldn't dishonor anew on your own. And i know what you're thinking of could be real this magic real. Yes it's real. i straggler. Who will grant three wishes to the owner of this team fitness. Teapot but some small at your little arms your faces so softball can you the fire up. Yeah know i've been stuck for a thousand years since his with you see her. I wish i can't make people fall in love. She's my best friend. I'm trying not in a disney. Let them come on buddy. We've been waiting. Y'all can is right. I mean you can't wait to hear your biden. That's my wish. I want my friend back a going to need that teapot. Wish i knew how to fight on best friends forever. I wish got everything. Genie saw them in the office. Couple done this. They were killed. Forget the lawsuit would kiss straight up killing somewhere. Find the horse hidden in a bid. What is up man. So here's the thing about it as you can see this. They jacked aladdin. Yes so hard and the you know the kid finding you never stopped counting the ways. It stole from latin. No doubt about that and yet if you can get past that it's actually a really good story. We great characters. I know it just. It just goes in different directions. I mean it's it's more modernized It takes place in china. And you know he's he's a poor kid he while he's not like aladdin living in the streets street rap but but yeah street rap but it was started to friends who grew up together and then got separated and then she went on to be a famous sort of model and his wish was. I just want my friend back and doesn't do some aladdin shit after that. Got the hinson who we're trying to get back off. It's one of those where the whole time so often when somebody ripped something off they just rest on the laurels of okay. I'll just ride the coattails. Whatever that thing was they actually do right stuff beyond that. It has some prizes for for the third act and it does a thing. It didn't really do the genie. Where with the dragon apart where it goes into his history and it's like what changes everything and really makes more out of. This is a very charming movie outside of the the blatant theft. And i know it seems like how could i possibly get past this but is like all right. Well you're stealing stuff. That i like and everything else about it is really nice and good and it ends up in a different place and i was like. I'm glad i sat through this. It was it was really enjoyable. Okay what would you give at night. High madden all right you know. Sometimes it's not how you still but what you do what you stole disney stone. Stop kimba. this is a robin hood. Oh okay well. It's good to hear me. Yeah i know no megan mansa rip off. It is but hold onto. Don't leave. thank you for watching this year. Actually make me wanna watch it to about a guy here. Because i got some friends. I'm running an hour behind anyway. Since we start a little bit later but got a friend in town mcgregor go try to see should probably done but whatever e man you know we shall do. So victoria victoria allen. Have you ever seen or heard of this one. If you have check out. This video awesome network. A friend of mine. Modern mouse did for for for. We'd get a chance all right. Well we can't watch nash. Nash dairy yanni acorss win is the sitcoms cooling with coleman's coming out billy can play the crazy kramer type with his wildlife loving the cooling show and seeing austin. Haven't seen any margaritas yet. One thing about the three hundred dollars service seems it lags more in some windowless indoor spaces. Yeah we we went inside and we saw was cutting out in went building. It was no windows dark. It was completely cut off. So yeah i did see that but that was only for a little bit that we went there question for you. Martin chris and have you seen triangle. Two thousand nine up posters attached here. Great har- great and twist the only movie where the after watching it. Somebody emailed me the only movie. We're after watching. Watch it again back to back. Is that good. Thanks guys. you're the only show worth watching online. Thank you thank you thank you thank you. I have not seen that movie mogul. But you're glowing review right there. We might do so. And lastly but not least have well let me see. I don't see your e mail there sir you email me back and just texted me. Although it is all right here it is all right question. What are your thoughts on crown royal and i was wonderful flavors lose apple. Maple my favorite peach honey vanilla and soft carry mail. I'll tell you what my cousin loves. Cousin is a brought them some salty caramel crown and he loved it. We had peach. I don't have anything against them. But they can be a little sweet. I water them down. yeah. I don't like the flavored ones at all. I i i only drink the the regular. One on over ice splash water. Yeah i'm not crazy to sweeten Lacorte type things unless it's in a certain cocktail are. I'm in the mood but i don't hate them anti flavored. I can't can't drink flavored or honey whiskies anymore. Either thing where this way back in the day when i was still getting a degree where i did the thing where i'm mixed alcohols. It was like it was honeyed whiskey. It was like some cheap shit. Like jack daniels was wine and it was a beer and it was with my three remotes and three at the time and at one point they left to get some illicit substances and i. I don't remember anything. I woke up the next morning jeans all the way down to my like i couldn't pull off as three nine bucks down down. My legs shoes are still on and wild bathroom and it's just coated in like read this cup but apparently my roommate's come because i later i was like what happened and they said well we knocked on your door and we were asking you. You said i don't remember any of those he said no and then he said would you. You want some wheat. i'm like no barely drawn blackout. Chris save sober chris. Nice man jeff a good time sir. yeah exactly. Oh outta here. They starts at christie's joyous. Thank you martin. Thank you. Chris thank you. Thank you pixie. 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Gravity Assist: Driving on Mars, with rover driver Sophia Mitchell

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Gravity Assist: Driving on Mars, with rover driver Sophia Mitchell

"Does it take to drive a rover on mars. How easier howard is. What do we need to know to do it right. I'm jim green in this. A new season of gravity assist explore the inside workings of nasa in making these fabulous missions happen. I'm here with sofia metro. A nasa engineer at the jet propulsion laboratory. Sophia currently works on the flight operations team for the mars curiosity rover and she's been involved in the perseverance rover. Soon the land on mars so so via welcome to gravity assessed. Hi thank you so much for having me. Before we named the rover curiosity the whole program was called the mars science laboratory or msl long. Have you been driving curiosity so my first drive on mars with curiosity was in two thousand eighteen. It was actually right around new year's and it was extremely exciting but it was also very satisfying because learning to drive. A rover is a very long process and while driving it wasn't the end of that learning process. I begin learning how to drive the rover. Twenty seventeen will. What's the training like. I mean it sounds like they really put you through some sort of ringer baidu so one of the things about being a merger over drivers you have to really understand the system inside and out and so i had to learn about how the differential in bogey which is basically like the shock. Absorption system on the river works as it moves over different ross. We actually went out into the mars yard. Which is this mars simulated area that we have. Gpl it's like a giant sandbox with all kinds of different surfaces in slopes and sand and rocks and we drove the version of msl that we have on earth called maggie around in the march yard. And that allowed us trainees to understand how the system reacts in different situations so when we see certain terrain on mars than we can imagine ourselves welfare drive rivers wheels. Over that sloped smooth rock is gonna slip visit Be able to grip that. While i do i need to worry about it sliding down in catching itself later. Let sounds fantastic. So what's it like then a plan to route. You always know where you're going. Or how detailed set of information. You need to do that right so planning the route. I like to think of like hiking. I'm an avid backpacker. And so i like to take the images that we get down from the surface and those images have ranged data in them which allows us to create a three d. surface of mars from the viewpoint of curiosity river in so we can take this images and put on free glasses Here it actually see what it would look like if we were standing where the rover is on mars. And so based on that information i can then take if i were hiking. Where would i place my feet in. In this case replacing the robotic wheels in order to get to where the science team would like us to go Sometimes jokingly will tell my friends. I worked for mars uber. Because it's the science team saying we wanna go revere in we have to figure out how to get there safely once she had that idea of where you go then you have to also remember that you need to keep the wheels safe and avoid obstacles that the roofer either can't dry through such as deep sand or can't drive over like large rocks or particularly pointy rocks One of the issues that we've been having with an order. Merger is that the wheels as we've driven them over all these pointy and old and sharp terrains is that the wheels are actually starting to get small holes in them in break down a little bit and we're trying to put off the wheels breaking down as long as we possibly can So part of my job as a driver is to make sure that the rover will get to like to go and also get there in one piece. Will this sounds really fascinating. What's the initial set of information us To be able to plan the route. You need some sort of neat images. And how do you acquire those. We have a lot of different sets of images. We get some images from the mars reconnaissance and those are because those orbital mash and its three-dimensional images in color and gray scale of the area around the marsh river by it. because it's an orbiter. It can only zoom in so far so for more detailed images of specific rocks that will need to drive around or the specific sand areas that we want to avoid or maybe investigate We then require imagery from the rover itself and so those images are taken as we drive and before the end of each driving. Take a picture of where the river will be parking. So before we begin the next planning day we then get all of those images down from space and then as river planners the first thing we do is load up these nashes and make what's called high fidelity model basically pretty precise i in on our simulator of white. The area around the river looks like and where the river is will. How far can you possibly go in. One day is typical that the scientists say. I want to go here in the next day. You're there Not typically it depends so we have a pretty long strategic route at the science team has worked with some other ever players lists to plot where on orbital map wanna go long term. But i think the furthest drive that we've done is just over one hundred meters. I actually was one of the river. Planners stated that drive and so obviously if the scientists are interested in something that's maybe a mile away. We're not going to get there and go sow. yeah we'll pick intermediate positions where maybe we know. We'll have a good view shed if it's up on top of a little hill We can see really far Or sometimes scientists will say we want go way over there but in this image. There's this cool rock here. We wanna go see that so we go check out. The coup brock. I so yeah. Usually we go fifty to one hundred meters at a time. Does it take a people day and night working. Nisar do you. Do you only work during a mars day. So in the very beginning of mars missions go on go on what's called mars time where you a wake up when the sun would be rising with that river and then you go to bed at the end of its solar and basically getting the data as it's coming down real time and then working with the rover as it's going throughout its day as the rover gets a little bit older than you no longer need to be on mars time and so we have different passes for each of the satellites that gives us data and so if with missile. We can have a normal. You know eight to five schedule and just count on the data coming in during the night when we're sleeping here on earth and be able to play that way but one question i get ally is if we joystick the rover which we really don't do it's basically we're making sequences using a release specific Programming language you'll be have for the merger of hers and we make a whole sequence for a day or sometimes three free days package that up and then send it to mars and of course. Oh marzieh's very close sometimes between four light minutes and twenty two light minutes away so You can't you can't really joystick any of that. Well molly is one of the cameras that you work with. But molly is really famous for taken sophie's. So how do you do that. Is that done with one picture. Now it's not and that's the reason why ourselves easy. Don't see the robotic arm. Those selfish that we take our about fifty pictures that have been photoshop together to make composite. That is our southie and really cool gift that you can find where it shows took a video of wealth. Video took a picture. Every fifteen seconds of the turret as it was taking our selfie. And you can see how. Mollie pivots around this specific point in space to get this image. That looks like it was taken all at once. We'll what is your favorite part of being a rover driver. Ooh that's a question. It's a lot of fun. It's a really fun team to work with. And it's definitely a dream. I wanted to be an astronaut. Since i was really small. And so the feeling that. I'm controlling something on a different planet in some ways feels like you know. My work is going to space so in some way. Maybe i am a. I really enjoy the problem. Solving that comes with having a river. That's aging on a different planet in having to understand how to solve those problems for our assistant that you can't ever touch so for example. The reason i came onto. Msl was. I was working on the feet extended drilling team So back in two thousand sixteen. The drove broke the feed mechanism for the burrow on the rover and we had to basically relearn how to drill on mars. And so not only. Do we have to figure out why it broke and how it broke but also. How do we drill. And how do we basically reinvent this really integral part of our sampling system and those are just the kind of questions that i like to try to answer because it sounds crazy. That's just i think it sounds like so much fun. I can understand the how excited you can be to go to work each day. Well how excited are you about the perseverance landing. I'm extremely excited This is the first rover that i've worked on Before it landed. So that's really exciting for me personally but also just in terms of having another rover on mars i mean. We had spirit opportunity in them when we lost opportunity. It's just been curiosity in some now in south having a second rover going in searching for those signs of life in continuing on with all the scientific discoveries that we can get from From the surface of mars. I think is really exciting. Well i know what i'm gonna be doing when perseverance lands and that's going to be on the edge of my seat watching the nasa feet as we go through that what will you be doing. Will you be on center a gpo. Unfortunately i won't due to the pandemic by i'll be home watching with lots of the other march twenty twenty perseverance team and cheering on the rover. In being just as excited as everybody else to see it safely touchdown how did you get involved in the perseverance team. So i'm the perseverance team. Assistance engineer for the gas. Dust removal tool. It's actually has a tank of nitrogen and it uses to seoul annoyed vows to pass that nitrogen into kind of a holding chamber so we can be sure where puffing the exact same amount each time and then it puffs onto the surface who clean off rocks or to clean out in abrasion area or Just to investigate things. And so i started working on that Tool as a systems engineer because of the experience that i had with working on the feed extended drilling problem It's again thinking about how you have a robotic system interacting with the surface all. That sounds really exciting. Well that means then you're part of Perhaps at early planning phase. That wants a percy lands and the mass goes up and they do some checkouts. What are some of the first things that they're gonna be doing within the first month of operation. So we'll be doing all sorts of checkouts fidel instruments on the robotic arm. We have a quarter we have instruments such as um pixel a sherlock airs Moxie which is another instrument that'll be trying to produce oxygen on the surface and so we have to just make sure that everything survived landing and survived cruise in a state that we were expecting and So once we've gone through all those checkouts than one of the really exciting things that'll happen early is before you even drive will be flying the mars helicopter and that is the first. That's going to be the first powered flight on a different planet ever. So that's just extremely exciting to me. I've how to fly when i was little. I ve always been obsessed with flying in an aerospace engineer. Having something go fly on a different planet mars helicopter just so excited about that. Well is driving. Perseverance gonna be different than driving curiosity or are they pretty much. The same hair similar. They're based on the same Underlying programming language however force because perseverance is a newer rover has more. Capabilities has more computational power. It can do what we call thinking law driving where While it's driving we use what's called visual. Oh dominated take images on the ground. Is we go and the rover curiosity as does to already on can assess if it needs. It slipped through not based on where rocks that it's passing are if thinks the rock should've gone from a few inches in front of us to now right next to us instead. It's off to the side. We knew we slipped so but msl has a constraint that it can't do that while it's driving Just because of where harbor was in two thousand ten thousand two thousand twelve on this was built so now that we have updated harbor perseverance. It can do that thinking while it's moving so it can go a lot faster The other thing that's different with perseverance. Driving is the on board that will be able to identify hazards in rocks as it goes his artificial intelligence. Yes sorry artificial intelligence so we have on curiosity what's auto and it's the ability for the rover to identify hazards as it goes already and drive around them as it sees fit by. It can't do things like determine for itself if an area is dangerous to go in. If it's a big sandpit so we still have to tell it. Sandpit over there. Don't go that way and put it out. Center around by. Perseverance has more capable artificial intelligence to be able to say that looks like sand. Gonna maybe not go that way and make those decisions for itself. That sounds grade. Yeah indeed the leading. The rover make more decisions and giving the latitude to do so is really critical. Because if you don't then everything stops and waits for the controllers to wake up and drive into. Jpl for their eight hour. Shift exactly will. Perseverance is going to land and jezora crater and of course curiosity is in gale crater. Are these things the same or do we expect a very different terrain so there are similarities and differences between the two craters. They're both believed to be impact craters. So that makes them similar in their also places where we believe there at one point in time would have been water on mars. But that's kind of where the similarities stop as far as we know if aol crater. We believe it was old lake bed so a lot of the rocks that we see are rounded or been pushed through different subsurface layers that have been affected by having water. Go through them And then also in del. Crater we have like the vera rubin rich which has a bunch of iron in it so you get super hard rocks there in the zero crater is believed to have been a river delta so you'll still see Rocks that are affected by water in this region but they may be acting differently and then of course there's gonna be rock stat. Maybe had less water content which could make them more brittle or baby not make them. Maybe be more sticky so when we drill into them in that stickiness interacts with the drill in a different way than the soil that. We've seen a gale crater and that'll be an interesting thing to find out. We're you know. I think mars rover driving is a real dream job. I what do you. What would you suggest for You know the younger crowd. That's thinking about future end. And in a way to get into the nasa workforce. How would they go about doing that. So there's not one specific path to becoming a river driver but it is important to as always focus on math and science skills Make sure that you're studying and things like that but also make sure that you have a good work life balance that you do the things that you enjoy doing I mentioned how. I bring some skills from backing into being river driver I also brought on skills from being a private pilot. Independent river driver. There's a lot of talking over radios in having to remember different information. That's being told me very quickly. And two or radios at the same time sometimes himself There's all these different aspects of my life that i pull into being a rubber driver. Make me a better one. So if i only focused on just engineering period with my life than that actually wouldn't be great. And then also just being persistent the the way that i got into jury research at university of oval was i literally walked into the astrophysics department with my mom and my mom to her credit said. This girl needs to be with people who understand what she's talking about. I don't know what she's talking about. My mom's an artist and i love her. So just don't be afraid to ask questions. Don't be afraid to email people. Knock on doors go say hi more often than not happy that you did so sophia i always like to ask my guests to tell me what was then event or was it a person. Placer thing that captain so excited to become the engineer as they are today and i call that event a gravity assist so sophia. What was your gravity assist. So my gravity assists. I think was my sixth grade. Science fair I've been interested in space. Since probably i was born in when i was in middle school we had to do. Science fair It was mandatory. And i didn't really take it seriously. My first science fair project was on the nasty of hair. So i cut some of my hair put in creek water from our creek in our yard and kentucky put some in some pool water but some instant tap water and tried to see one hair group in. I thought i did a good job and we get to science fair and might see shirt. Told me This needs to have a better purpose and looking back. I realise that she just met. I should rewrite my purpose by at the time. I took that to mean. This project doesn't have a purpose. Like what are we gonna do with tenacity of hair. That's not really helping people. Why are we looking at this inside syria to think about. How could i take this research process. The scientific process that. I was learning about in apply it to something that i really really enjoy. That was just so like determined. Because i had this teacher set. Your product has no purpose. And i was just so upset by that. I wanted to prove her wrong. And so the next year. Mike project ways of finding a correlation between sunspot count in global mean temperature and there really wasn't a huge correlation there but it started getting me to think about the bigger questions that we can answer with science and Trying to figure out how to make that more accessible in so Yeah i ended up moving on to looking at solar flare size. Compared to use sunspots and proton density in the solar wind can flip compared to fair size. Iot started getting data from as observatory went to international science fair. Which for anybody listening. It's completely worth it. Go crazy with science fair because international science fair is extremely fun but twice. That's how i ended up then working at the university of louisville astrophysics department so it really just exploded from angry at the sixth grade science fair in sioux getting published in the monthly notices for the royal astronomical society. I was really determined. I went knocked on a lot of doors and that thera where i am. Now will sophia. Thanks so much for joining me in discussing this fascinating topic. How we work on mars yassin. Thank you again for having me. I really enjoyed talking with you. Today will join me next time as we continue our journey to lift up the hood and look inside the activities that nasa does to make fantastic missions happen. I'm jim green. And this is your gravity. Assist

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Episode 123 - Documentation - the bartenders' almanac

Front End Happy Hour

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Episode 123 - Documentation - the bartenders' almanac

"All right well. Welcome to another episode of the front end. Happy hour podcast. We are often asked about the best practices for documentation so we thought why not do. An episode on documentation in this episode share our opinions and thoughts all around documentation. Let's give introduction of today's panelists. Mars you wanna start it off sure. Hi i'm marga leeann. I am a senior software engineer in the bay area and all thoughts are my l. I'm stacy london and senior. Front an engineer at trello and all my thoughts are marzieh's. Hi my name's augusta soon. I'm a software engineer at twitter. I am shirley. And i'm an independent creature of data visualizations and. I'm ryan burgess. I'm a software engineering manager at net flicks and all thoughts are documents in each episode of the front. End happier podcasts. We like to choose a keyword that if it's at all in the episode we will all take a drink. And what did we decide. Today's keyword is read me. Read me need me. So say the word. read me which. I'm assuming move well when we talk a little bit about documentation we will all take a drink all right. Let's hop it. I feel like we got a star. What does documentation mean to all of you. How would you describe it. What are your thoughts on it. Oh gosh that's so broad. I like don't even know where to begin. Because you can document or just generally like if you generalize it like right down things for a variety of different types of work in different ways but the way i like to think about it is usually like documentation is sort of saving myself from my future self or my future self from my current self and also like. I can't remember where i read this. But it's like the ultimate way to scale yourself and your work because if you write things down once it conserve many people at the same time a lot of people. But you're only one of you and you can't be asked the same questions from all those people all simultaneously so it's sort of interesting way to write down what's currently going on in the current state of affairs and it's a good resource for other people and i think it saves time for you and for others down the road very broad. But that's how great you did a great job. Yeah that's that's a pretty good way of describing it. And i love the you got into like sharing the ideas and not having to explain things over again especially in us all being in the pandemic but the more being remote and not always working in the same time zones and just everything is. There's a lot more flexibility in the sense that you can share those ideas. Broadly and you don't necessarily have to have a meaning for it. I think it also gives people reading your documentation not only a resource but they can be more independent in the way that they work. Because it's sort of like a self serve model that they can grab the resources they need when they need them which is pretty. I think pretty useful and like really empowering for a lot of people. I wanted to add onto that that as a team of one. I'm working on mostly like one off. Projects the way the interface the most with documentation is with like libraries. And i feel like documentation for me doc. First of all documentation and second of all the community around the library is like what makes her break the library from me and whether i'll ever use it because like great documentation is so good and then and then i've also come across documentation. That's like literally just repeats the functioning and i'm like i don't know how to use this library or the code example. Just be like very abstracted and it's like food equals bar times food and like you're like this i can't head around or i think even worse is when it just socially unlike an open source project in did hub. It defaulted to the plane. Read me where it is just the title and that's it you're like cheers to read me. Cheers cheers so funny. We talk about those useless functions and makes me think of. There's this winter that javascript has where you can make it lint and look ask for you to put the comment of what the function is and what the parameter type expects. I remember one time. I was working in some. Oh thank goodness they have this linter. I'll know exactly what parameters are getting past and the person just put at parameter is object. What is the object like this is like typescript and stuff i was like would object. Jason object anything could be. Maybe they're saying. I guess this maybe you can just take any brings up an interesting. About how like code can be self documenting think is objects might be a little vague but it also goes to how you name your variables to stacy's point to like don't name a variable foo or bar like what is that variable do but if it's like is honor is offer is enable like that's one way of making your code self documenting as well. There's i mean there's different ways you can document stuff and naming. Your variables correctly is one way to do that. Merged such a good job of defining mutation. There's probably not much to add. I plus one to the documentation for your future self especially like if you stick around at a place long enough you will write code that you forget that how it works and why and why we slater for me. Yes i was going to sound like i mean. I hope that you're staying longer than two weeks. I forgot what i did. A couple of weeks ago interrupted so yes. It's nice to like for your for your future self to like. There's there's there might be a lot of wise that art just reading the code. You wouldn't know like oh. There's some sort of shortcut happening here. But why like if you have some documentation or on that just like helps save much time not only for yourself but your team. You can have some very efficient code that cuba function. It's five or ten lines and it's really efficient. It's very powerful bowl blah but sometimes the at least in my world sometimes the comments or longer than the code itself because the more efficient the code the more obscure can be and so it's less human readable and so i need to explain it to myself in plain language. Going forward to sort of stasis point like if you stick around long enough you're going to completely forget your head space when you wrote it and you forget your whole train of thought of how you got there and that's really valuable stuff that you don't wanna lose. I don't think you can comment enough. Sometimes like i'm not the best at it. I will write some comments. And then even then they're not that helpful hammock. What what was the point. Not but when you write really thoughtful comments you may overdo it and think. I'm never going to need this but you will thank yourself later when you're like. Oh yeah yeah. I remember what i was thinking. What the purpose of this is and just those little details go a long way and so yeah that is definitely a form of documentation. One of the best things i learned early on is to comment before i code so like i write down all of my thought process before i start coding. And then that's that's how it's for for pieces of coat. The are especially complex and that becomes both the documentation as well as blake as i'm writing out the particularly complex piece of code. I can come back and reference it. Yeah and i think it's it's interesting to like we're all talking about it from the first person perspective also but i want to recognize that at least for in my experience it sometimes takes a village and the documentation is not always obvious where it needs to be especially when it comes in code comments and oftentimes. It's through a peer review process or like pull request when you know colleagues are asking lots of questions around what's going on and that's when it becomes clear it's like oh. This code is not clear to everybody and so you know either. Those peers will suggest like hey. Could you some comments here. Or it's like okay. I probably should add some comments here. Because everyone's asking questions around this particular helper or something like that so it's it's always really interesting too like the documentation can come before or can come after mum I'm curious obviously. We've identified the there's ways to document what are some of the tools that your companies or even you've views on personal projects like. What are some of the things that you use as tools to document markdown. There's there's also like wiki spaces. I think twitch we use we have kind of like our own wicky portal. I don't know what's the underlying software that powers it. But we're like pretty big proponents of either get hub pages or this wicky for other teams. Who might not be engineering document things. So that i i guess my thoughts around that is you want to be very careful not to have split brains of some things living in the code base. Markdown or something living in the wikki that has been a huge pain. Point that i've seen teams have so. Yeah just wanna call that out. I started to before preparing for this episode. Started writing down like all the tools that have helped me over the years for documentation and the list started getting really long. And i was like oh man. There's so many different ways you can document things Early in my career. I was doing development on windows machines side. I use quite a bit till like Do systems diagrams or architecture diagrams or like you mal sequence diagrams class diagrams. All that kind of stuff but like now later on you know not having used windows machines. Frawley lusa charts really nice. It's like a web based that is a good one. I like the one we also use. Lucy system designed. That's nice for having like a grid able to like draw relationships to like systems and things other things. I like to draw a lot on my ipad pro so i like paper in good notes. Genucel is Indexes handwriting so you can search your handwriting On coal to those those i find are like sometimes. I'm faster to draw assistance diagram than i am to try and make it. Look all pixel perfect unlike those tools. So sometimes i start there and then move it into those tools. And there's a whole bunch of like collaboration tools. But i feel like that's not as much documentation and more about collab- then there's like code tools like j. doc or doc z. Storybook even kind of falls into that. We're like it extracts out from your code comments and your props and your type definitions the documentation and publish it into an easily consumable static website or something that you can easily share. Those are really awesome. So augusta's too. You're you're you're saying like having documentation in multiple places i think like a second out onto that is to have documentation that doesn't have to be maintained in multiple places so if it can come from the code and always be up to date because people are changing the code. But they're you know changing the definition of what that type is or whatever and it just automatically publishes everyone like that's the ideal sort of world or you're not yeah 'cause documentation get out of date so quickly if it's just like only a human touches it there. I think that's a great point about things that are sort of self updating. What's really interesting to think is like the tools are good for different things like there's that you can document things on a micro level and you can document things on a macro level so things that are like self updating that leverage stocks for example like that stuff i think is really good for if you're trying to document the api specific function or if like a component is changing and you need to up know the documentation needs to update the new products that you have or the new behavior or whatever and then on a macro level like things like wicky useful because it sort of describing the way systems work or the way you know your team operates processes and that kind of thing so it was like the larger scale things i think are really good for those things that you might need to manually update but things that are documenting your components in your functions that stuff should really sort of be self maintaining once you have systems in place. Yeah i was gonna say my the biggest pain point that i have with documentation is is updating part because so is so easy for it to go out of date like all it takes. Is you release a feature you documented so perfectly and then some bug happens. You need a hot fix it. S scrambles fix it everyone rejoices yay and then nobody updates the documentation and sometimes it's like crazy. Sometimes people don't notice for like really long time until maybe the next new hire comes and gets a feature on it and then they say hey. I was reading this documentation. And where's this parameter and they're like. Oh we removed it. We actually did a need it where we did this cleanup. It's just it's just. It's just another thing to always make sure you follow up on so i think that's i love the both the points you mentioned stacey and mars about having things that that can keep things up to date like an automatic way and also just having code. That's like very human readable with comments. Like so it's self documenting. It just goes away sometimes like documentation knocking ally lake it. It does sometimes feel like if it's out of date. It's kind of useless right. It's almost sometimes more confusing than if you just had to go and like dig into the code. Because you're like oh these are instructions that will tell me what to do. But they're wrong and so now they're point you down the wrong path and i feel like that has been honestly like my biggest struggle through the years of my career were. It's almost like not even worth documenting. And i know that's not the answer either. But that's where this automation falls into place where it's like. No human should have to be making sure that they're paying attention to is that. Is that the perfect documentation. It's like no. It's allowing a machine to help you with that and i think that that's really important to call that out. I actually have a question that may or may not be converse to kind of The action part. Which is i remember. That my very f- at my very first job. I'm we actually had a technical writer on our team in like our manager. Use like that. We did and like their sole purpose was to make sure that the documentation was up to date. And so i was wondering because i noticed a lot that I think everybody here was talking about documentation as something that they themselves have to make. Sure it's like on the developers Responsibility to make sure it's up to date so then those wondering like. How often have you like had a technical writer on your team versus like my second job was a startup so then obviously there was no technical writer but i actually also feel like there have been times where like having technical writer even earlier on maybe actually like quite good even at a startup and so i was wondering your opinions about that i have had technical writers or even sometimes it fell into wire framing and everything was really clearly documented. I noticed that happen more in my like agency background whereas we're consulting agencies mainly because you were showing that to kline's to to have sign off and getting that by. I don't know that it was that helpful for me. I mean it was in some ways. It was clear that as an engineer. I could pull it up. And here's my instructions to build. But i feel like it was a slower processor really truly was is it was getting the playbook all to like the perfect outline of exactly what needed to be created. Because you were also presenting not to the client early to get sign off on in order to move into development so that was really my experience with it. I don't know that it works out well on in some of the world's that we're in right now mainly because i can't see a person on my team just being solely responsive that they're going to then go to stacey and they're going to go to mars and gusta sincerely and be like so. Explain to me what you created here. And then they have to interpret thought and right and that handoff is like ooh. I can just imagine the scripts that happened with human error there but also that's actually more working now that you're relying on someone else to explain it. That's my thoughts on it. Plus plus one to that. I think the only case. I've really seen that is so amazon has a lot of technical writers because aws itself is like a software as a service and so they will they have. Technical writers are responsible for writing all the docs that if you wanted to something on. Aws then you would have the worry but it's an interesting distinction. I think it's because it is kind of like this. Client customer itself needs access to the technical documentation whereas i sometimes find when we think about documentation one of the more most practical things for me as engineers run books for on call like something happens. Some alarm gets triggered. What are the made mitigation steps on. Call engineering sue or or sometimes context about a that customers. Don't really need to know about. It's like oh we banned this country from using something like i dunno some some obscure thing. That's really interesting because You both just a distinguished that there is a difference in external facing documentation versus internal facing documentation and i would venture that i actually interface with external facing documentation because i work so much with like open source libraries. And if i actually to your point if i actually think of to my First job with the technical writer. I think he was also. Yeah def i think because we were on the team i think he was also writing documentations. That were customer facing so. That's a really interesting point of so. Is it correct. My is my understanding. Correct that so far. A lot of what we've been talking about is more like internal facing of communicating with our own teams and making sure that they're up to date with like what you're building Yeah definitely the way that. I've been talking about it. It has been yeah super interesting. I think it it goes both ways though. I think you're right and there might be a higher bar when it's external which should it be should be doing better internal meets better interesting too because like if you think about the internal facing documentation a lot of the times. It can be really hard to resource. It's like wait. Why is this important. You know it's not you're not quoting you're not creating a new feature sort of what's the point but the extra facing documentation in the case of like working with clients or even aws sort of. There's like a real business need there and it can drive adoption and like real business metrics. That's really fascinating to call at different. Yeah i feel like so much of the documentation that we often rely on is just someone knows it near like i'll go talk to that person and that's like where it is. It's a shared knowledge. That's kept up but it's not kept up to date in an actual read me or documents. Cheers cheers cheers. I think it's interesting that you say that to ride though because that's always another case for internal documentation is like kind of doing a brain done also like allows people to share that context and potentially like free up resources to work on new things. If you'd never write it down. There's a whole subset of people that become the domain experts on one subject from now until they potentially leave the company in sort of pigeonholing them into that role. Unless you unless you write it down and really like work to share the knowledge with more people. What happens when they leave. The company like all that knowledge just gets lost. It's so difficult and yeah that's all. The more reason to document is really funny as we were talking about different tools. One that i still am a huge fan of and we do a lot of netflix's even just google docs is sometimes a great man to maybe not for as a markdowns for your actual code base but i think to share an idea approached like on a technical approach can put a diagram in there. You can you know. Just write about it and get input really easily like i think going back to early when mars said to get like sharon idea or to get input i think has been one powerful method that we found useful like with commenting and just being able to get input like. Oh that's a terrible idea because of x. y. z. Or have you tried this. And i feel like that really has helped out a lot yet to that point i was thinking about. We're talking about you know like markdown or read. Me's cheers slates touch the ease in which can update that documentation. The amount of friction that exists in order to update. It will make a huge difference in whether it stays up to date. And i know a lot of developers were like. Oh put all the documentation about our code like say architectural decisions or whatever. put it all on markdown. Put it on the in the in the code base and then you have to do a poor quest to update it but is that even almost too much friction and you don't get that collaborative stuff like a google doc or say confluence or some tool where you can share. Edit a page really easily put a comment on a piece of tax and have a thread of discussion around it. And there's history. I mean get has history too. But i guess just having the conversational nature of some of these other tools. May maybe that makes documentation stay more upstate. Because it's just so much easier you don't have to request a review merge wait for it to get published blah blah. It's like instantaneous. Thank you for saying that. Stacey yes like friction is a huge thing i've even seen it were documentation is in a separate repo and so you're having to get access to that repo to clone the repo get make your changes and then you're right. Open a pull request like that's that's way too many steps and like someone who's maybe not as technical could have also been not wanting to do that could be updating your documentation or helping with that and now you've just added so much friction. That people are like yeah. I'm not gonna do that even if the technical they're like. Yeah i don't feel like having another repo and just dealing with all that and going through the pr process just to make a couple exchanges. So i i love that. That's a valid point. We have covered. Maybe a few points here. But i thought it'd be interesting to go into. What really makes good station. Because i've seen a lot of bad out there but there's gotta be some really good documentation. Oh i have to strong thoughts here one. I think well okay. It depends on what the type of thing that you're documenting. I think if you're documenting functions components. Api is you know. How do i even just use this thing that someone else's written like examples are very very helpful with some sort of like description or annotation and useful examples like stacey was talking about like. Don't do foo bar equal buzz. You know maybe use it like create a story from the example like this variable that makes sense in this context and link dysfunction sort of you know describing itself in a sense code examples and then to is like really consider for things where you're writing about large systems or processes or design patterns or sort of thoughts that went into any sort of decision making is like really consider who your audience is. And what are the questions that they're going to ask when they come to this document or read me cheers to to choose and in. What order are they going to ask them. If that makes sense oh like as an example on my team we had We call a dev portal which basically was sort of just like a brain dump of various things like the ways components are work like are created like their architecture design decisions that kind of stuff but it wasn't organized in a way that made any sense to people who would actually come to that portal and so we reorganized the to sort of be like if someone's coming to death portal. It'd probably want to go from like high level to like really deep level knowledge. Dried if if you're a beginner to this system you're probably asking questions around like what is this system. How do i get started. How do i use it and then as you become more and more experience with that system you're asking questions around. Okay how do i edit. It had updated. How do i maintain it and so sort of like our our approach there. I guess it's like goes back to shirley's question about technical. Writers is like information theory the way you communicate and deliver information to other people is really really important because it's not just like this is how this works bla-bla-bla function a function be. It's like we want the documentation is mental like introduce someone to the system in a way that gets the more and more familiar with. It doesn't overwhelm them from the beginning. Yes yes yes. Yes so many. I mean i loved it. There's almost like a you x experience rate user experiences important to that and you need to be thoughtful about it. It's not just a brain dump of information. It has hierarchy in like it's clear and concise and like that is very important a lovely set all that. I think it really starts from like empathy right like you if someone writes that documentation as like a master of the system. It's kind of hard to take those steps back and be like okay if i was completely new to this like even start. But that's what you really need to do. Is just like put yourself in other people's shoes and say if i didn't know how this works what would i want to know first and then potentially what would i want to know after that and so on and so on Maybe that's specific systems and components systems or things that are technical but i can imagine for design patterns and like writing for clients like there's potentially slightly different way to think about it but i think the key there is to just like think about your audience and put yourself in their shoes. Yeah to almost think about it the way that like when you were taught how to do how to write a thesis or write a paper. It was always like who what when where. Why kind of questions. And it's the same kind of you can apply those same things to the documentation that you're writing like you were saying mars. You know like who's your audience. Why why do you need to tell them this. You know All of those questions kind of feed into that end. You mentioned i think organization. That's so huge if you have This is one thing. I found tough about like google. Docs is like sometimes. It's it's like a million bucks and a million different folders that aren't related that have no information hierarchy to them. And it's like. I'm such a visual person. That sees things in hierarchies in folder structures or tags. Even that if it's not organized that way. I just then then you have to rely on search so your search has to be really really good to find that information and surface it So yeah those are the things that i found. I think like make bad documentation. That's just like not organize. There's no themes there's no categories. There's no way to find it easily. I have a up tangential question so from the sound of it. It really sounds like good. Documentation takes all lot of time into marris's like point beforehand. That's not something that teams necessarily have buy in on rely. Even like product might not have like. I think mars earlier. You were saying like you know this time that you have to spend outside of shipping and so my question is how do you go about getting by in like if you know like. Let's say you have like our dev teams that don't want to write documentation or you have product. Managers are like you know or like any sort of pm's are like oh we don't want to schedule a time for this because we're not shipping. I how do you get buy in on teams like that. I have a strong opinion here. And the the opinion is it's an expectation and just included in the software estimation like it's on a negotiation right. There's no reason like there's something that you think. I think this could use some documentation. It shouldn't be like something you have to negotiate with your pm on. That's like my strong opinion like you. Just you just do it. Just do it make it part at a story point or whatever include it by like it. She just kind of come with the work. you know. i think We believe in like engineering's owning the due diligence of like maintaining the software that they write and part of that is writing documentation. Sorry related what if you're a team mate. That doesn't want to do it. How would you go about convincing them. One way you can do this. Maybe is you can if you agree as a team that there are certain things you want. You consider are necessary for a feature or whatever you're working on to cope be done if you define it then it's like. Hey this checklist we're all doing. It's you're not special like we. All are writing tests for writing unit tests. Were you know creating a story in storybook for we are making sure it's accessible making sure it's responsive we're making sure we write some docs if it needs it. You know that kind of thing if it's all part of that it's easier to say like this is how our team does things and then kinda i dunno. Know if it's peer pressure. Whatever this is how we do quality work we wanna do quality things like it's a really good point that it should be baked into the the expectations because if you don't do that panic and often fall on sort of the people like over and over again and it depends on how your company measure success whether that's like support plans or actually shipping things and since it does take time it can take away from other things that potentially are company prioritizes. So it's it's really important that that responsibility be shared equitably because otherwise it can be like unbalanced in terms of who is picking up that work. it's kind of that work to probably not going to get celebrated or noticed so if you're always the one doing it i shouldn't. I don't want to almost stock doing it. But i don't think that's fair but if you literally are the one doing everyone's documentation it's not like you're getting rewarded for that. It's not shipping like the major feature or whatever it is it's important but yeah i think you all need to share that load at an all care about that because that's super important also echo at said shirley to your question. I don't think you need to get by into rate documentation at the like getting by until i clean up some year code or something. I think it's just like one of those things that you just do. And yeah like what augusta said is like just baked into your estimate to its importance. It is delivering a feature. It's not the end feature isn't being delivered without tess written in or or commenting or whatever like all those pieces come in creating a good feature that lives and breathes in the code base. I like this cultural shift. Since i've been on a fulltime job five years ago. I mean these are. These are practical things were saying but it doesn't mean that their practice right like it's like you can definitely be in companies are teams were. This isn't followed. But i think it is absolutely something that should be followed and there's ways in which you can follow that without getting permission. Do you wonder if there is a correlation with the size of company. Because the reason why i was asking this question is because when i was out of startup it was always likes ship. Fastship fastship fast and then like documentation was like secondary and. I don't think we had the foresight to also be like. I don't think there was a culture of being like documentation is is like integral unnecessary. I think we had the mindset of being like just write the code and documentation is secondary. So i do. I wonder if to your point about. It's good practice. that's not necessarily always practised. I wonder if there is some sort of a correlation with if yeah if there is correlation with company size or maybe just company team culture. Yeah my guess is probably more on team. Culture could be wrong. But i feel like that. It doesn't necessarily. I don't know maybe others disagree. But i don't think it's necessarily the size that determines that but i could be wrong. Yeah it seems like maybe company culture no matter what size like if you're if you're cultures that it only rewards people. Writing code is fast and furious as possible and you know ship. Like if there's no reward at all for any like sort of things like maintainability. Tech debt reduction supportability oppor operations up time. All these things like if none that stuff is valued. Yeah i guess no matter where bigger company is gonna you might be successful for a little bit but then in the long term. It's going to be hard. Yeah people will find out pretty fast. The pains of not having documentation. I think the two biggest times this will show up is one when you're hiring. Someone new dad poor engineer that has the new hire but he is going to have to go through a lot of pain. Walking through lots of non documented stuff which case. That's probably going to be the point where they write some and the and the second case this is is when on call happens and you need to do some mitigation and they don't know what lever tadpole will feature flags they don't know what script to like run or how to get into some box or something something at least At twitch like When we do like when we have incidents and we have course of errors we talk about the mitigation steps that were taken and we report. How long it took to mitigate and if it's a long time it's kind of like why did it take so long it's like oh and usually is gonna be like oh. There was no documentation of how do this and it's like well as their documentation now so to help with future. The new hires the best people say. Actually i was gonna ask the question. Which was i think it. How if you are if your team is just starting out like how do you set up. Good like how do you intentionally set up. Good talking to the last job was the documentation was written by every new. Hire as they were trying to make sense of the code base. And i think also an interesting point is i. I'm i think i've only ever been at companies where there is no on-call like the software it gets shipped out once a month. I'm and so we did. We did have like some room to like. There was never an uncle situation. And so maybe that was why we were also a little bit more lax on the documentation. I'm not trying to be like thoughts. Why we didn't do it like obviously we should buy wonder if that's like why not. Every team values it as heavily brea. The main question is How would you go about setting up intentionally setting up good documentation for a new team that the really hard question is kind of one of those. Like it depends. Yeah one thing. That's nice. I is maybe like if you start super simple like you start with like designating This page is a how to this. Page is Support guide on how to trouble. Shoot something maybe like just the alone if you could start pocketing things in two categories like simple ones over time maybe they get more your categories get more complex and you can organize it better. But he start likes was something like that. It helps people find it faster all right. Well it's probably a good time for us to jump into picks in each episode of the front end. Happy our podcast. You'd like to share things that we found interesting to share with all of you. Let's go around this virtual table and scherer picks for today's episode mars. You wanna start it off. Shore i'm always batted picks. I always forget about the pick section. But i have one for today just one because like i said i forgot but there's a mailing list that i really liked. That is an end specific and i think every day or every other day they just announced a bunch of lakes around like what's going on in the industry whether it's like javascript specific or a specific and it's called front end focus and usually they have like one really interesting thing in in the the title of the email but they also then have like a bunch of other stuff in inside of it so it's it's a good way to have like new information sent to you if you are like me and are not constantly on twitter as i'm on twitter like zero so this is useful. I find this useful plus one. It's it's a good one. Yeah all right. Stacey would have right to music picks as per usual The first one is a song called summoning by home. This is alz metal band if you're if you've been listening to That kind of music for a long time. You might recognize them from like the late nineties. They haven't produced anything in many many many years. So this is pretty. It was pretty phenomenal to see them. Release something it's kinda like space medal and shoe gaze mashed together. This particular song was described as traverses into the depths of metal channeling certain aspects of stone or metal and going so far as to touch upon doom metal. So that's the first one. And then the second pick is a song called river by octa acta in this song was described as an acid drenched. Break be workout. That steadily builds pace until a choir of angels joins the mix and really send things stratospheric. It's a great dancy electric song that i like to listen to over and over. Recently i love the description. Descriptions always sounds so much fun. Amazing i guess is what he have. Yes i have two picks My first pick is show on. Hbo or hbo. Max called warrior. They started advertising it a lot recently. such a good show. It's a it's a show about a guy named assam he comes from china and this is during like very back in the day when chinese immigrants started moving in and he joins a gang His like gang wars. There's a lot of really good fighting choreography. But i think this. I just feel the screenwriting is just super super. Well done in this show So i'm really hoping for a season three. I guess they're not sure if they're gonna do it so for hope. I hope they will but yet definitely check that out And my second pig. Is this article that slack. Engineering posted related to. I think we all maybe we all remember slack. Went down on january fourth. We all came back And this article talks about how the how they handled it It's like it's pretty interesting. Right they talk about how like The end of the year. Nobody's working and then they get this surge of traffic and they have these caches that cold over the winter break so i think it's a pretty good article the talks about that. I got cold because the cold weather. Bugger you surely would love going back to back with augustus. So the first one. I have is on netflix aches. And it's called blink empire and my mike how mates are currently watching it. I have to say is just like many other reality. Tv very trashy very vapid. But what i love about it. Is that the cast is real life crazy. Rich asians based in l. a. And i love that in this reality. Tv asians are asians can be trashy. I feel like this moves. Asian american and representation forward by decades. Were no longer thirty or it support. We can be trashy and rich in also. A lot of them are hot. So i don't necessarily recommend andrew watching too much of it. But i just wanted to bring it to people's attention more really look like she wanted to say something about him. It's so good. I i respectfully disagree about the actual content. It's so good for trashy. Tv that's fair point. That's fair point. Great traffic it's really good. Yeah that's fair. I don't watch that much trashy. Tv by happened told that this is quality trashy tv so if you do enjoy trashy tv apparently it's quite good quality. The second in along the same vein is a youtube channel. Call accented cinema that my husband. And i recently found. I'm in. I love it because of the the the channel is run by a chinese canadian person who went to film school so he does a lot of visual essays on foreign cinema and in particular. He breaks down a lot of like chinese film. And i personally just really enjoying it. 'cause just just because as a chinese american i don't know much about what's been going on in chinese cinema and i think that he does a really good job presenting it while also being really like i feel like he's very very good. I kind of presenting it and also acknowledging the kind of the political tensions between like china in america and the chinese government. And i think i think it just like i think i think granted all of the senior phobia of being in a lot of america. I think this is a really good view into like chinese culture outside of chinese politics so those are my two picks lies hurried. i have two picks to share. Mine are both snack. Food related so while you were all binge-watching in all these great shows or listening to justed one healthy snack. Which is these chips called cuevas chips. They are made from eggs for eggs whites. I should be very clear. They're really good they have. I've tried like ordered a mixture of flavors. They were really delicious and healthy. Even kito friendly if you're into that so delicious and good try them and then my second pick is not as healthy stephanie. Not oreo cookies. They make oreo ide- which is you literally get to customize your orios which it's really cool. I got it as a gift over the holidays. And i had like a little photo of my son i on it. It was the orioles dipped in white chocolate with like colors. It was really cool so kind of a cool gift idea. And they're delicious. Just get to customize what what it is so you can snack to these things while you're enjoying the other picks thank you all for listening. Today's episode you can find us at fronton. Happy hour dot com. You can subscribe to us on whatever you like to listen to podcasts. Out there on you can also follow us on twitter at front end. H h any loss. Words wien me read me. Jeers love it.

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Episode 092 - Keeping the taps on - Holiday code freeze

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Episode 092 - Keeping the taps on - Holiday code freeze

"Welcome to a brand new episode of the Front Unhappy. Our podcast. Happy Holidays since it's that time of year we've decided a good topic to discuss. This would be about supporting large applications over the holidays and what the best practices are in order to make sure our customers are having hundred percent availability over the holidays his. Let's go around the table and give introduction. Today's panelists jam. You WanNA start it off. Jim Young Senior software engineer at Net flicks and I- Mars Julian. I'm a front Brennan. Software engineer in the bay area and all are my own says he wanted a Monsignor Front an engineered it lasted in all. My thoughts are Marzieh's wow eh and I'm Ryan Burgess. I may suffer engineering manager at Net flicks in each episode of the Front happy. Our podcast we love to choose a keyword. Were that if it's mentioned at all in the episode we will all take a drink what there'd be decided. Today's keyword was a veil ability right availability. I think already said it once but it doesn't count don't but from now on if we say the word availability were all take injuries all right. Let's jump right in. How important is it for each of your products products? We all work on different products and companies in the bay area. How important is it to be relatively op during the holidays I guess for forbid the bucket Atlassian it doesn't change like we don't have to be more available or less available we were. RV abilities like we need to be available the available here. Everybody has five drinks terrible keyword. I already already all. My thoughts are available altering drink to your thoughts. I don't think it's any different in terms that doesn't change but maybe we're a little bit more careful or Recently we started. We're doing this process. I'll just try and improve some quality of stuff. That's been going out so we have. This process called the chapter the chapter process and we the topic lovingly. Say We call it JOPPA. Myspace League Having a discussion about some of the changes that are going out with some of the leadership just to make sure that everyone's like okay. That sounds good. You know thoroughly tested thoroughly made sure that this is you know. robust and monitored and has metrics and analytics. And all the things. So so that's one thing that we're we're doing as more recent I don't know that necessarily special for the holidays. I was GONNA ask that. It sounds like it's probably Matters all the time. So you're wanting to make sure that there is that so this is like a new practice not necessarily just for the holidays and I know a while ago someone had tried to kind of say like. Oh there's is this really important event happening. We should have like a code freeze and there's a lot of arguments against that. Actually a lot of people push back on that saying like. Oh there's more risk if we just like q you code up for a while and like the next release that we do is going to be like massive higher maybe risky and so there was a discussion about that so kind of try to not do that and just constantly push out every day can. Yeah I mean I think Availabil- oh no it's important. I think one for two reasons like the one like what stacy mentioned in terms of like making sure that you have a reliable product but also if you think about it during the holidays how Dr often many engineers around to support things if things go badly And so it's really important to make sure that things are stable like one for the consumers but also for those were maintaining at noon the sanity of the engineers who were actually like working behind it to sort like acknowledged that a lot of work goes into maintaining a website and someone needs to be on call for that. Essentially thing for us at Netflix. Customers are usually okay to not have netflix turning over the holidays. Yeah they're fine with it definitely go. I'm not finding five minutes the other day I was not close holiday yourself our to laugh at them they blacklist. We actually just put Mars and very sad. I agree with both what you're saying. Is I think it's just important to be thoughtful in what we're pushing code around and actually had Netflix. We do have a bit of a Coterie specifically weekly around the holidays to just try and be more thoughtful and mitigate any risks. It's important I think Marzieh you're getting to is. There is not known around. So there's a big failure outage everyone's on holidays and not. That could be really bad to try and fix something at that time. Does that mean that things queue up like do you have Ikea staging environments like people are still working and like merging stuff is it like does the Q.. Get kind of ex post freeze. Its it's really about Having the right metrics in place and having the right people looking metrics analyzing that then you can push at your fine. 'CAUSE you're you have confidence in your metrics. It's when people don't have that sort of stability idea around ability shares that people get like really cagey and like I. I I get people that don't WanNa do freezing like you can keep up a lot of tasks and things like that. But it's kind of indicative of their system that they don't have any reliability on their metrics and they don't do canaries and things on that. which is you know? We're we're big company. We plan for this like net flicks in particular is really really good about failing over in like planning planning for the worst worst case scenario I say the private like a massive outage or something. Knock on wood One anybody to ruin the Irishman four hours of fun. Have you watched it behalf. I only got like an hour through later. I couldn't commit to a three hour movie so half hours ars three and a half. Excuse me there's a difference between like three and because threes like okay your Lord of the rings you over three and a half. I'm like okay like what are we doing here. I didn't you really should talk. You mentioned Canary what can you define next. Maybe a lot of people don't have the luxury of having such things luxury canaries. You say it looks really. Yeah Yeah what does the luxury care near around Christmas or whatever holiday you may right celebrate or Hanukkah we did just do an inclusive absence due soy say happy holidays. Happy Holidays well. It's Canary is you have your production build and you have your pre-production villas in the next thing that's GonNa go live you segment a certain amount of traffic. Whatever percentage you want to this new build and you watch your metrics you watch everything? Make sure nothing's going catastrophic your own then you have like certain confidence intervals ye say. Hey this is passing their rates. Low The canaries. Good at hearkens back. See Now we're going to take to the field adage chemical nine 'cause birds can smell toxic gas for humans. Humans can't and that's why they had canaries coal mines events canary. But I'm sure you know this already. All those mines in Wisconsin Cheese. He's minds cheese mine. I would definitely you can eat your way out of that. Like a great challenge. The canaries cheese mine. I love it. I mean we talk. I think vol agreed. That up time specially during the holidays in general I think all of our companies need to be were striving for being one hundred percent available cheers. What do your companies do to make sure there's roughly one hundred percents service especially over the holidays jam? You mentioned doing a code freeze. Stacey sounds like you guys do something similar but maybe A. B. Still Push Code like you're still doing some but it may be a little more rigor around. Should we be pushing also. I think we've mentioned it before but having people on call so that either if you have automated systems in place in order to fail over gracefully but also when something does go wrong that you can have someone on the line sort of on call during the holidays unfortunately personally and to make sure that can restore the service is pretty important on call. What does that mean to be on call like you? You just literally sitting around waiting for something to go wrong or it. Does your companies have like something to page you. What does that look like to be on call? I think it goes back to like what gem said about having metrics like a lot of times being on call just means. You are paged based on some sort of metric that your company has deemed important either. It's going it's probably going in the wrong direction whether that means it's like has too much traffic or not enough traffic or whatever you're looking for and when that metric it's sort of like a threshold it sort of pages the on call for the engineer. Who is responsible for that service S. and Bhai page? I mean like tax phone calls slack like burt like literally a barrage of messages. Like no matter what time of day and I think a lot of times on call can be scary but it's really about triaging the problem. It's not necessarily about fixing it so you just kind of look dig into sort of what triggered the issue and what else might be going on around like what other context you have event you get out of bed. Whatever time of day it is and you you start to sort of like engaged other people who might be able to help to at least? THAT'S THE WAY I've experienced on call so there are other perspectives. That would be good to hear that as well. Yeah I think that's a nice like more like a sophisticated on-call where it is based on like having tooling measuring. somethings thanks like your. API calls the response time for API calls as you know reaching going higher and higher than a particular threshold and then that it starts automated automated alerting through a tooling. So like OPS Genie so like that will start sending the lert shout and you have an obscene e APP on your phone and then you you page for that and then he adds about triaging and then for us especially. It's really like trying to figure out you know how many customers are affected. What's the lake? Are we getting tons of support. Report calls is the of rate of support calls going really high than you start escalating it to like different tiers of issues like a sub one sub zero of to that kind of thing So there's all these factors that go into like how severe something is and then based on that is like how you approach fixing it. Either you like. Oh it's it's something that's easily really fixable and deployed fast but most of the time it's like oh the prior deploy was great solicits rollback and use it and having tooling that makes it really easy to roll back to a prior prior release instantaneously then being able to fix fix but just like make sure make sure customers are affected anymore and then figure out really what happened happened like that ability to rollback too because like especially at like Mars getting woken up at two. Am It's like just happened. Dam sure definitely as and and you don't necessarily have the ability to pull all the right people in to fix something like that that takes time not even even if even if you we're all in the office it still takes time for someone to like actually go and fix that and so just having that ability to roll back and say yeah. That sucks away throwback to the previous state but now we take the time fix it appropriately and be sure that we are shipping. The rate build up now. I think that's really cool. I think the important or not about being on call and rollbacks like that's one make sure you can roll back. There are plenty of companies that don't have the ability they're like once it's out it's out. There is no rolling back That's a bad idea. But so if you can't trust your system not do that. The second one is practiced doing that by the number of threads you see on Reddit. Abolish violates and catastrophic data failure or something like that people like. Oh we have off site backups. And all that but no one actually ever verified that they were working or that they can actually roll back and back up their no date and stuff like that you have to practice it and rehearse it because like who cares you can roll back if no one actually knows how to do it. So it's like testing the systems as it's part of like part of your on-call ability that's why here's A.. His a pro tip for career advice. If you WANNA make a lot of money site reliability engineers are some the highest paid eight engineers out there up because it's a stupid hard job. You have to have such a deep technical knowledge but also know how to like interface a lot of teams but they get paid a lot because they make picture netflix and facebook and Google Amazon. Like all these companies stepping running. And there's always for every big tech company of those entire team of people that are like awake all the the time someone a teams awake making sure the sites up and rehearse like when's if this cluster goes out what happens is server. Goes down the fail stuff like that and that goes back also like like to swing. You're saying earlier about like failing backwards. Filling gracefully is like practicing engineering. That's exactly what you're talking about is like taking the time I'm to practice like what what happens when you know one of your your regions is completely taken down and and that kind of thing so for anyone who doesn't know about chaos engineering and she sort of concerns concert called. There's a system called chaos monkeys where it sort of just inserts chaos into your system and sort of see has responds and And then from that you can learn about like what areas need fixing going forward. It's also I think it'd be interesting to to mention to the live we've been talking about code freezes but some companies don't have the ability to rollback but there's also so if you have a code freeze you also need to have a good process for fixing forward because sometimes a rollback is not even a good option even when you have the ability to say there's like a critical feature that went out and you really need to keep therefore that specific amount of time you need to be able to fix forward as well on having a good process for notifying it and breaking the code freeze is pretty important in that scenario. Alex hot fixing or doing something incredibly quick. 'CAUSE even laker deploy process might take. I don't know if if you're normal process it. Has You know running all these tests in unit tests on immigration toes visual regression ties league. It's doing all these things. I could take like an hour to run through all those things for a tiny little coach. Like you have to kind of figure out. Oh is is your company. Okay making a call to go faster than that by tonsillitis things to get the fix oxy not going to fix something for a customer or you're like no we want those quality checks to be there. Is that okay for your process to get past. A lot of it. Sounds like in summary is a lot of judgment like each of are these cases like you're having to make a judgment call on the fly. Is it better to hot fixes better to roll back his better to just say. Hey this is. It is impacting in customers. But it's a fairly small percentage and it's risky that we push something because that could literally be the answer is like we need to look at this whenever runs in the office. Yes at socks that this person is in that state may be customer support can remove them from that state but I think it all comes down to even when you are on call is making just informed decisions in the moment and that doesn't necessarily always mean fixing ten. What are you define hot fix for those familiar super hat? Oh I mean I I typically call it like fixing forward at sickly like a really well scoped very small change that has meant to only address the problem that you're experiencing because anything outside of that introduces risk into sort of features. That are out in the wild so I mean typically in my mind the hot fixes like it happens quickly and it's very small in scope and those who are deploying. It are there to support that fixed going forward until it is out and monitor whatever they need to monitor once it's out in in it. I think the hot is it relates to the speed mostly scrambling but also the scope is very small. Yeah I think even get more I acidic on that it it means like by by making the scope. Small means you're let's say you have a depending on what kind of deployment flow or Git flow or whatever process that you follow. Maybe your master branches what gets deployed to production you have a staging branch or something for a different environment Hot Fix could mean. I'm I'm making a branch off of master and that tiny tiny thing is the only thing that's going to go out and then you kind of push that back down a state agency or not Possibly accidentally bringing stuff up from staging as part of your fix. That's like that scope like you want it to be incredibly tiny and really targeted recertified Staging to Sorry not everybody has the these concepts yet I guess staging is a good. I mean there's there can be multiple environments to that we get covered like Thurs.. You know so maybe a test environment. Qa Environment a staging typically means right before you're about to ship to production it's an environment that is maybe using production data That is like you're making that change to make sure that this is truly going to be what looks like an production are right before going going out. Yeah typically they'd be like similar infrastructure similar like there's load balancers or stuff it's like emulating production environment as close as possible and then also so that it You're running your build systems at least for front end as an example. You're running web pack prod. Bill Not your Dev Build. So you're getting assets that are are the same as the assets that you would actually push out to prod but to answer the question like how do we keep. How do we make sure our product is working on holidays? We don't let people touch the CO in the end like funny enough. I think it's hard for a lot of people accepts the like. Oh I can't push what do you mean like. I don't write bugs maybe Ryan rights bugs but I don thugs no. Did you see my good good. But so that's the bugs on purpose. That's true are month terrible. These are not my on their minds. But there's been plenty of studies by plenty of companies that show you know there's a correlation relations number of bugs and amount of code that has changed and it's a weird thing that bugs ninety something percent of time come from humans so few have an environment and you're running with little to no bugs. Don't change anything. Don't touch anything and you won't have any bugs. That's an easy way to keep your up time. They're still hardware failures stuff like that but those are fairly rare one Interesting thing for the bucket is kind of the opposite so like I think I'm guessing that flex traffic goes through the roof or the holidays. People have time I'm off or they're more apt probably watching allegedly allegedly here comments. I know but that's a guess But forbid bucket belt thoughts the furby bucket. It's a little bit of the inverse because our our tools used a lot by like developers and so a lot of them are also on taking holiday time off so the traffic actually is a little lower than normal and so it's actually one of the best times of year to do sweeping changes that are that are. Maybe what you might consider more risky. So last December we swapped our entire based type script and re factored everything. We touched touched every single file. And the Kobe's with us. I'm but we did it because we knew like this is a quiet time. There's not very many many other does like contributing new features. So when you're you're doing a massive like re factor like that it's a little easier because it's not shifting beneath your feet constantly by the other doves on the team doing stuff and we knew that like traffic. It was a little bit lower. So the risk of this having an issue the scope of that would be maybe a little bit less wondered. I was like last seen in general. It's like we're talking about these are tools that us as developers are using and so yet win developers are on holidays the traffic is probably coined down for you. which kind of an interesting rusting perspective on the holidays? Yeah is like yeah it could be peak hours for people were it is very high traffic or could be very low. That's interesting untrusting. Yeah so it's still always only to be really available and not bring people down but when you look at it it's like okay. When should we do this? Like big sweeping change. Maybe this is the best chat we started to talk a little bit about this about the benefits or challenges of freezing code in theory. Just means you're like gem you mentioned not touching the code and I'd be curious to know like what are some of the benefits and challenges that you can all think. Oh I mean to Stacy's point like what she was talking about. I think it's a great time to do protect like because there's no because there's a code freeze and also there is typically code freezes on time when people are traveling so there's less people in the office It's a good. It's a good time to to take care of stuff you've been meaning to do for a while. So no one's like pushing product features on you necessarily so You can fix a lot of things. It's also kind of a zen moment. You know sure definitely benefit not a challenge. Not What are you moving thousands of files around at the benefit benefit. No that's not even something like moving type script is like. Wow that does massive change probably for the better of a lot of things in in quality but but also very hard to do like underlying changes when there's a lot of people working on the code base but also customers using Marszalek your point about it. I mean it's a great time the do re factoring and right tests people read more tests. read comments homolka. Common your code that like all that garbage work even been like well. I don't really have time. It's a great time to do it. but what's funny and why people kind of push back against coach freezes or not making fucking changes. Is there like well. I made this large factor but I don't know if it works because they don't have any tests then having metrics and they count on going production and then sewn reporting it being bad as their key metric trick. And that's where you see people like while I don't really want to make any changes because we don't know the impact would be you should know what the impact like if you're changing it. You should have metrics backed up past us if you don't then that's a problem with your infrastructure could be a good time for giving breaks to belkin mentioned the no one's around. Well good like people are taking a break which is can be very great. You Know I. It's a it's a great time to take a break and I don't know about everyone's offices but I do really appreciate the company that I work for is giving us like two weeks off and I think that and also like at Netflix. I worked there previously like. There's no explicit two weeks off but everyone no one's around and no one's getting things done so like how productive can you really be very productive on those things were no one's interrupting you or you can just say I need a break and nobody's GonNa trump that either true. Yes no definitely like it. It it goes goes both ways depending on what you're doing at the time but I think also one of the challenges of freezing coat over the holidays is that there are people taking breaks but then they're also people doing these massive every factors and gems point about. They haven't been tested in the wild. The first push after the holidays can always be really really stressful and depending on how your your push processes. It can be a really really large challenge. That involves a lot of rollbacks or just involves a lot of hot fixes or just kind of we pay pay the price for stability in developer productivity right when the code present and Um and I think that regardless of what your prices. It's kind of just with code freezes in general across companies. That's pretty known we. We all worked for a think very early well funded or companies that have money to buy and pay for all this amazing tooling tooling or build it from scratch. Let's say you're working for a small company that maybe doesn't have all that tooling they don't have all these monitoring tools signal facts facts or data dog. I don't know they can help you create dashboards and monitor. How do you as a maybe working for small company or maybe just a freelancer like feel confident? Finit about the code that you're about to push when you don't have some of these awesome tools. I think there's there's always ways around that like that. You're right building infrastructure around around. That is like someone's got to do that or Hain for some of the tools someone pay that bill and like maybe this is a two person company that is a building something that is just barely scratching to get this out the door versus like oh I got millions of dollars spent on software. I think there's ways that you can do whether it be leveraging some of the free tools that exist out there like maybe you're running Doolan. Maybe you can tie into some of the event logging He's like sending emails like. Hey the systems down there are services out there that Keller you on things I think you just have to think about voted in. And what are the ways to at least have some monitoring on the health of your system. I think there are ways this work comes down to Leadership oftentimes on the CO the CTO. I like about the point. Because we we all of Amar's who knows where she works but we the rest of US worked for large companies. who have like `sorry Air Cyber Liability engineers and core teams and metrics and all these things but like someone had to set that up? But if you're an assault small startup we can't expect not to have like an on call rotation or things like that that's where you hope the CTO or someone like that says. Hey It's important. We have availability. What's the bare minimum metrics? We can send even if it's a perl script that's just running like is your site. Returning two hundred is is still up. Something basic like that anybody can set up and that's a start art venue you build off that but I'm glad you brought that point because somebody I take for granted that we have logging we have metrics. We have all the system that someone else before me set up and it's like Oh yeah of course. It works but at every company someone has to do it and someone has to own that and it's not sexy because you're not shipping product but it's equal. It's just as important if not more so than anything else. Anybody does products not up. Who cares right? But I can guarantee if we pulled two hundred startups we say like oh how many of you have like reliability metrics in less than half which is crazy because we're all building the stuff but like your side of your application doesn't work. Then what's the point and Dan I don't we don't think about engineering that way. We think it serves we ship more code things like that. But yeah if I can't use the site and like what the Hell's the point we kind of talking about the benefits of reason code stacey kind of even questioned that of like how does it chip afterwards that can be taxed. I think there are some challenges. In general all gem hinted at is like if you have canaries that can really help. But I think there's a lot of even opportunity costs navy you're like Oh my God this feature is going to be gained changing for our users. But you're reluctant to ship it because it's like you're getting close to that freeze were you. Don't want to add that possible risk but it could it also be a potential upside to your users to like I think about is like could kind of way against each other for those sneers than maybe again. This is also probably like company probably has a lot of money to invest in things like this but if you can do feature flagging so maybe that new super critical feature that you. I need out If it's behind seizure flags and you've been able to isolate that code in a way that you know it's not going to execute and cause risk for deploying it and and then you can slowly like turn it on for segment and turn it on higher if there's no errors and people are complaining are opting out or whatever that is. That's the way to like nick. That plus risky like the the the flag. That's a great suggestion because that's fairly easily implement anybody. Any company can implement some sort of real time database has like does feature on her off that way if something goes wrong and you don't have to roll back the entire. It's not this chaotic thing. You're like Oh crap. Lloyd's turned a switch. That making a false. And you're done but I'll say this because we have to jump back to the world of you know maybe newer engineers or people smaller companies. If you're an engineer saying like hey I'm not confidence in exchange. We shouldn't applaud Friday's don't apply on Fridays. But Friday's a terrible time. Don Do that I I remember that world and I know if you say that as engineered. You are the unpopular person. You're fighting its product your fight against the product managers like for six months and what role it out. You're fighting a CEO who promised to some business. You're fighting all these things and you're you're saying like no I'm fresh. I'm if professional. I don't have confidence that this won't break things. Let's roll it out now. Let's wait until next week when everybody's an office or something Eh. It's a hard conversation have but hopefully if your company respects engineers and engineering. Well they'll be like okay. I trust you Stacey Trustee Mars like. Let's wait on this thing. You have to be thoughtful on how you're presenting it to because I think it's about like arguing. The case isn't just saying that you could just say audit bad idea. Okay well so why is it a bad idea. I think you can try and help bring people along on that case of like what types of risks are there. Maybe there's ways you can still ship it. But like trying. To mitigate mitigate those risks like almost take care of the potential risks that it has on like having on a fast property which I think is really really great it. We've talked a little bit about encouraging encouraging some practices where you're like monitoring your code and the health of your systems but are there best practices that you'd like to see more companies often often maybe one best practice we sort of talked about metrics a lot An a lot of times like metrics metrics sake especially if you have someone on call hall during A code freeze are not necessarily useful and a lot of like I've heard really interesting conversations around if you have someone who's on call if you're a company that is this up that size and has that luxury you do have metrics that you're alerting on oftentimes it's best to have them tied to business goals or business metrics tricks which is pretty interesting so sometimes like Oh is. My website were Responding with two hundred dollars time like that that's an interesting metric but if you put that in context is responding with a two hundred dollar time but also how hitting the site so you don't want to just alert on that unless you put it in the context of what the business actually wants wants to deliver to the customer So I think that that's one thing that I've seen like that's that's interesting conversation. That not a lot of people realize it's like oh this is a metric but it's not tired of business at all then Wyler on it in the first place right. It's like thinking hills like critical things to rate. It's like if log in is is an important aspect of your site for people to actually access your application might be an important one if they log ins or failing at a higher rate probably something. That's more important but failing that nobody really cares about her. It's a very low volume than wiry panic as I kind of get not. Yeah exactly and also there's been other situations nations were of their bid metrics Senate kinda off the rails and you spend days chasing down but it actually has no like Bearing on what's actually going on in the business our customers affected probably not new. Spent two days chasing this down. And trying to mitigate the effects an but why So sort of like. Find the reasons why you're chasing down these issues news and not just. I'm chasing down this issue because as an engineer I know this is a bad thing Not As user they're experiencing anything that actually makes a lot of sense. 'cause yeah there are some times. There's just like weird errors fiery or something in the system is wrong but it's not actually having a customer impact and you're right you could just be chasing this thing at two. Am when it's like other than affecting anyone says really understanding what's important piece for your customers to to really focus on. I like that because there there. We're always be errors. It doesn't matter they're always be some air and if you spend your time chasing that one edged down. You just won't get anything done. There's always someone who's using a version of chrome that's like thirty versions back and some air like what you said Mars like fine. What's critical to your business? They'll metrics around that and then like Respond based on that there's been enough instance. Where like I'm going to buy something and added to the shopping cart? I gotTA check out. It's broken is like doc. All right there were coming back there but some engineers probably like well the sites up. So I'm Gonna I'm going home. But is that the metric that matters. No you're you're trying to sell me something so you should make sure that process works it. It's like a basic failure that has been may time and time again l.. She pampering the site available is dead. He that's important importance. Really careful about on call and waking people up for things that are worth it. 'cause you can burn out your employees super fast if you are waking them up for things that are not business critical and not actually really affecting customers if set the wrong thresholds and that's a fast way to like make people very upset because they're losing sleep and they're getting woken up in the middle of the night and that's not okay. You're not going to sustain your company if you do that and You know I've I've experienced Greenstein pass jobs and it's very very frustrating. Where like you get woken up for something especially if you don't take steps after to make sure that you do like a review of what happened and and why and Like a pocket in Las Union do like incident post incident response. Kr's and you talk about it afterwards and you have a discussion discussion about like. How can we make this never happen again? Not so important. Because if you don't have that and you're an engineer that's like I guess I'm just GonNa keep getting woken up. You know once a week for the same thing that no one's fixing demoralizing. It's not a good way to run your business. So there's there's lots of balances there to make sure you're doing the right stuff all GonNa make mistakes for continually we making the same mistake over and over again kind of failure. It's yeah how can we mitigate the risk or how can we fix issue long-term in an I one hundred percent agree with you is even the smallest slight mistake or issue. That happens some discussion around that. How do we prevent that from happening again? And I would say to that And shall to Mars who was on call her for years how she left snowflakes. It's probably why the long enough and Toya One too many times but I would say everybody on your teams have gone. Uncle like every engineering company at some point. Be Call and not because you're cruel and one of eight people to in the morning but because it enforces accountability. And the minute you are woken up that three in the morning because some outage you triage and say like what happened did a push go out which that my faith three in the morning but did something happened. Why don't we have metrics backing that? Who made this change range than you as a pissed off engineer? Go to the other person who made that change like. Hey you broke this thing. You don't have any tests or anything around it. You need to fix it and then you're going to hold them accountable because next time you're on call you don't deal same issue and it just makes everybody realized like hey we should be more thoughtful about the changes we make. They're not just like push push on Friday at four thirty again. We call it a day jump on a flight to lake too many issues. I've seen that like someone pushes them on flight. One thing that I think is also important is for for those post incident reviews to make them a little bit blameless. Try Not to like call out a single person in Rome under the bus or whatever because everyone's GonNa make MRI. Yeah exactly. You don't WanNa be like shame for it yeah cool. Let's fix saw but that person's GonNa know and then also like then just reward like make it like a positive reinforcement thing like the team wrote you know x number of new tasks and tasks or whatever reward that be like out of this thing that happened. That was bad. We improved the quality. This way also like would gem said to have your kind of building empathy to fix these problems. Like mitigate them if everyone has experienced being on call they start to like really build empathy and think about that like what am what is my chains going to do to affect someone some not waking them up in the middle of the night but I also think being on call is another opportunity for learning a lot lake. There's been many times that I don't know exactly what the problem is. But you're you're quickly like China deep bug asking a bunch of questions you're not prepared for it because if you were prepared for it why would the issue happen if you knew it was going to happen and so do you learn really quickly to. I think there's a lot of benefits to it. As well and the operational knowledge that you get like like not just the accountability that jumps mentioning the lake the operational knowledge. You can take back McIntyre own work and be like. Hey I know I'm going to ship this. Someone has to have context around it. Not just me Because if I hop on a plane to Hawaii for PM. Someone's going to have to deal with. It's you know whatever bugs I wanNA hop on these planes Hawaii. At the end of each episode we liked to choose picks of things that we found interesting trust senior. We really like and would like to share with our listeners. Let's go around the table and chair. Today's picks Mario started off well so the holidays are coming coming up so my first pick is going to be a trashy. TV show. That is a guilty pleasure. If you even Oh you don't admit that you liked the bachelor franchise and you do secretly like the bachelor franchise. You may also like show called Love Island which is which is the. UK's Virgin version of the bachelor franchise. And actually I think it's a little bit better less dramatic more mundane. It's definitely worse. Like you want more drama right now. You want drama. But this is like literally in one season sixty episodes of people just having a random conversations but he's All of these people on Love Island and trust me. I have watched sixty episodes of love eyelid for it. Yeah watching watching this show. Oh so if you're into that kind of thing I recommend it. The second one is a podcast called Bay curious so if you live here in the bay area it's a podcast put on bike. Hud which is our local NPR station. I think it's really well together. D- it the the topics range from Really kind of trivial topics to really really deep topics so like stuff about homelessness from all the way like why the side around genes originated in San Francisco. Those types of things My favorite one actually is like why I suppose always delayed. That is a fascinating episode. If you are at all like A flight nerd like me. Then you might enjoy. I was just thought it was the fog. No it actually has to do with one of the runways nowadays radical there's confusion and fog at. Yeah but the runways the way they're oriented towards each other and listen to it if you really don't get onto areas. Are You bay curious. Baker Stacey press to music picks The first one is dust circles by Lucille is very. It's a little bit of a different pick. It's much more ambient His composer and Producer so. It's really great for like incredibly calm code in very very chill Background music and the second one is luminous spaces faces by John Hopkins. Kelley Owens Both of them I think are Based out of England both producers There's some some lyrics and this is probably not maybe necessarily good. Coding Music is It's it's a good song on the West. Listen to so recommend that Ron Jeopardy heff I've got three picks today my first pick is. I don't know if I want to call it a valley Silken Vic I think I will the Pixel for Aw the Pixel idea of the Pixel for because I'm I I was a big pixel fan board pure pure android Google. They know what they're doing going to get the latest releases. All that Fortunately I am a subscriber to ours. Technica is one of the few sites. I do pay for the news because I respect their recording but Ron Ron Day. Who wrote an article called the Pixel for overpriced uncompetitive out of touch and Mike? Thank you this is exactly my sentiments on the Pixel for like. It's the flagship phone from one of the big tech companies in the world. And it's not good it is it is. It seems like they. The result of a lot of different competing teams like alternative their features in the like get a promotion the next year but altogether. It makes it completely Louis unremarkable phone for example. The camera which is like the highlight of any any Flagship phone iphone has three three cameras and all that at Samsung Galaxy has many cameras. Now get a pixel for has the same camera as the Pixel three like hardware wise. They didn't change a thing in this. Their flagship look at that's phone. They included Ninety Hertz. Refresh rate which is awesome but it was disabled most of the time because anything under a certain screen brightness. You weren't getting ninety hurt so so like what's the point of agony future it included like a radar and always on radar chip which is awesome. Because if I have my phone and it's like off I can swipe my hand over it and it turns on conceal the radar's always on these are all great features like really cool. You can tell a lot of teams workings of this. They left the battery the same size as they did previously. They add in all these features features but didn't add the battery. It's like so like literally dies in less than a day. I don't know I it's my valley still compete because clearly they spent billions dollars. RND on this and because there's no like one person overseeing all this it just comes together. This like Hodgepodge of a show. And that's it's kind of a joke my wife because in the market for a new phone and I'm knocking Pixel for my most and I phoned this year even though we turn android for years because like I'm so offended that releases phone last awesome you can. I know I'd love Android but like this is a joke. It's anyways read the article Technica base summing up really nicely like all my beefs with his phone the lack lack of fingerprint reader and everything else anyways always good rant I feel very passionately about this. If you can't tell My next is a is an article. It's called the efficiency destroying of tidying up and it really resonated well with me because the the premise is that if you look at a complex system you can say you walk into. Let's say I walk into a brand new company. I just started Let's say a Marris that I walk look into this Predator company and it's just like craziness there there's stuff going on. There's like cocaine merged. I don't know there's like conveyor belt of something going on you're like what what is this craziness I'm GonNa come in fix it but as this article postulates that actually. No efficient systems look chaotic. They look crazy. They look like they don't make any sort of aesthetic sense to like. Designers would be offended by an efficient system. Because it's just like craziness but that's actually what inefficient system look like Looks like so what examples they give is a pizza and if you made it aesthetically pleasing pizza like all the toppings of one slice and the other topic the slice and you're like Oh wow. This appeals my aesthetic sense. This is beautiful but no good. Pizza has topic spread everywhere. It's kind of random crazy but it works and that's their argument for like what inefficient system looks like is it looks like has until you understand it. then you understand like every part of the peace and they're all working together an army And they say like destroys efficient system system is so incoming in like the consultants. Like this is crazy. This person did this meaning this meaning and they ruined the efficiency of the system that was built in. It's a really interesting way of thinking about systems systems and engineering and general at a pasta like a country that was a two recently also like from the outside. It's an emergency system it but it's very efficient and it makes a lot of sense actually would argue. Some of the best drivers in the world live in that country as opposed to. I can confirm this yet based on my experience. Also yeah those like houses possible but my gosh but it's is possible India. I've heard things about it but it does looks cute but it moves and it has very little order to what we perceive order and most traffic systems. I've ever seen it. If they had stoplights it would break down and not work. If you've made stoplights if eh if you obeyed them it would break everything down. Just speak to that same point yeah. That's a fantastic example. Yeah like but if you're like oh I'm American I'm coming here here and I'm GonNa put stoplights everywhere because whatever that's the order that we know yeah and you destroy. The efficiency of the system and things are worse than because you didn't understand that and Funding off there's actually a principle called chesterson fence if you WANNA look we Kapadia but it's the idea that you're wanting your watering down the road. There's a fence it's in the middle of a field and you're like a gate and you're like what the hell's this fence. There's there's nothing around and I'm GONNA rip out the fence. But actually it was holding back like crazy bulls or like something but the idea is you come in and because it offends you and you don't understand it you destroy it but someone put it there for a reason and you just are too lazy to figure out or like can't be bothered to figure out what the reason is. I don't know like when you think about system design it's really fascinating principle especially like old school engineering and the number of people that have been destroyed by like what what is do deleted. Because I don't know what it does. The whole system goes down because they couldn't be bothered anyway so Sorry that was those was longer. Anthony Davis holidays. And I don't know if you all know but I love Christmas so I'm GonNa good mood. My final tick is the TC thirty nine committee. That is the the technical committee. Thirty nine Part of the ECM organization. which does standards for many things many many things that interact with you but as far as most people need to know? TC thirty nine is the committee that makes job scripts the language that you all know and love most popular language and world. Drive high five where Roy did say see yes yes. I am officially part of the committee. I was in the last meeting here in San Francisco. It'll be so many cheers is. This is very exciting. Yes it is interesting. Seeing how chops copy it's made and how new features added and the amount of work that goes into it. I'd say average proposal takes about two years to get through so if you have a good idea today. It will take two years of arguing. The baiting and literally debating arguing people not like heated. But doc really really technical stuff that you can imagine goes in so before someone adds like I dunno Optional changes got in the State Force. It'll be official before people say like this is stupid. I know that like hundreds of hours of thought went into this and honestly it's it's humbling be part of like with all these really really really smart people that like have this deep deep knowledge out script that I hope to achieve someday but my propose I'm going object dot Jim Don't always going to do yet it but you know we'll see we'll see twenty twenty two I can Squeeze that ended up per dente valley. Silicon pick every time and the Chiampou like that just randomly pick some Nice valley so addicts objects ought to have to make it happen right so I have three picks which actually started noticed too but amounting a third all right so a music pick which I usually don't normally pick so pump. Jay Z is on spotify. So I'm just going to call that one out before At some point he was but then wasn't and then it was only like certain a songs that he was. Maybe on like the Lincoln Park songs and things like that and so he is fully on spotify which is awesome so happy about that and then I love it's funny. It's like you you were talking about Google products and your in gem state use Google products are really great and the Pixel for wasn't born. Okay all right I. I'm a big fan of the nest products products in which now Google owns own for a while I recently installed the doorbell. And it's great. I love it. The Yellow Cameron Cameron it. How you can like chains chime of the doorbell? You can turn it off if like you don't want people to be disturbed. I kinda like it really really. Nice little Addition addition to the home that says to me I have a little unsleeping. You don't want that. That is a really good ones because sometimes even like the good old Amazon packages coming. They just ring the doorbell to let we know that package there. Guess what video camera will tell you this there. I don't need to be a doorbell person on that so it is kind of Nice to build. Turn that off. And then my my third pick which. We kind of alluded to earlier in the episode the Irishman. I really liked it. It was a great give us a little long I could. I could have fifteen minutes off but I think it was a a really good story and maybe if you watch it and parts of seen some things on like read it the people are like Oh if you watch this part you can stop and then come back to it. I think it was a really good story. Yes it's not the most exciting story very like where it's like epic all the time but I think all in all is a very good film. I mean Martin Scorsese's amazing director. It was good so Gemini are going to debate this later off line but I really liked it. Thank you all for listening. Today's episode. You can follow us on twitter at Fronton. H Any last words. Don't ship ship it. Enjoy the holidays for the holidays having holiday.

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Anne Ortelee's February 9, 2020 Weekly Weather

Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology

30:17 min | 1 year ago

Anne Ortelee's February 9, 2020 Weekly Weather

"Hi everybody welcome to an or at least weekly weather my name is an overtly. I'm strategy here in New York works city and I'm sitting here at the bright red desk and it's beautiful Sunday Moon has gone into Virgo. So it's precise and focussed and following up upon things We had a wild week last week. in the world and we got another one this week as I mentioned all those planets are going and forward full steam ahead so they are really pushing US pushing US pushing US pushing. I did a thing this week. For astrology hub. 'cause there's a full moon tonight and Leo go right and white before I started the woman who runs the runs astrology Hudson to me in. I have a question for you. Does it feel like if we we do something that we're not supposed to be doing. Are we supposed to have learned the lesson like it's like really fast return like new. Don't do that. She'd said it much more eloquently that I just did and I'm like yeah actually. That's so true. So we're getting very quick karmic feedback on things meaning like if we know. We're we're supposed to be doing something. Different the charts are like zoom. You know back in your face and go really. Is that what you WanNa do that when you WANNA do on. You're Kinda like it is it is. It's what I wanted to do. And so a lot of energy around that you know. kind of speedy stuff remember Marzieh's deteriorates the sign of fire. He goes into capricorn this week. But in the line of fire he's answering to Jupiter and cap and so- fire of course flares and Jupiter in Cancun says remember what we talked about deep kappa corn voice. Remember what we talked about and you kind of go. Yeah I I did you know I thought I could maybe be in. Capricorn goes new so our job with his energy is to know that it's worth a really fast feedback loop. We're GONNA do stuff we're going to get the Fed back to quickly and our job is to go. Yep got got a fast feedback on that one and probably shouldn't do that anymore or maybe we need to adjust how I'm doing it or just when I'm thinking about doing with it. You know because that energy is so passionate and so intense and of course I you know I I I hesitate to say this because people go. But it's GonNa get even more intense for a couple of reasons so we're we're GonNa have is Mars going into capricorn right next week on Sunday and as he goes I he finishes these anaerobic degrees of Saj. So he's very wild old when he's in because you know Mars edge you know. They're the Party party Mars and then he goes into capricorn. He sobers up solids down. Settles down focuses but also what he's doing is he's coming to the end of a two year cycle and you know we talk about cycles and I've been talking about these great cycles that we're GonNa have the thirty six six years. The ninety years the thirty six years the twenty years twenty nine years so as Mars comes scooting into capricorn. He's coming in for a landing ending on the not fate in Capricorn on Jupiter on the Pluto and then on the Saturn. And that's all GonNa happen in Mar in in March. But before he gets there he has to get to the twenties right to catch up with them. He is going to at the same time. That he's entering `Capricorno precaution wrapping up the last two years. If you think about the last two years what you've been working on not so much with Jupiter but certainly with Saturn and Pluto. He's going to say okay that's done and now we're starting a new chapter ready. Set go when he meets them. He says ready set go but in the wrap up he says so. So what happened. You finished what have you done. You gotta get it out the door now before I get to them on March twentieth right. So there's an urgency urgency to finish up things and release stuff and of course the full moon. This week is in Leo. So it's a creative moon takes us back to August. Eleventh of two thousand eighteen takes us back to May eleventh of two thousand nineteen. And now we're at the full moon which is releasing and letting go and saying things send it out send it out send it out in the world right. So there's a lot of energy shifting that's taking place and as Mars goes into capricorn next week finishes up with a rally in Arusha yesterday. Shush and then he goes into capra corn and he gets like serious but he also was like we need to get this out the door. We've been talking about this. We've been thinking about this. We haven't done it. We need to launch it. We need to get it out there. Let's go and at the same time he does that. Mercury stations go go retrograde and Pisces on the same day that Moscow's into cap. So you know. We're in Mercury Shadow. Now we've been in there for about a week already and mercury is GonNa Station next week Sunday and he's going to go retrograde until March tenth so mercury. Of course Pisces is. What are the old dreams that you haven't unfinished up or that you were working on that? You're not quite done with or that. You didn't you kinda dropped. We need a clear a clear vision on those dreams and we need. We need to get them out the door or we need to say you know. That dream is over I'm going to let it go or we need to kind of launch the energy in a new way you know kind of cleanup energy because mercury retrograde in Pisces. Of course Pisces is a sign of the dream and our hopes and our wishes and in the in the growing season. Of course. Pisces is. There's no work to be done on the farm. We kinda sit around and dream and think about things and write poetry and feel all romantic tech and you know we. We do the dreamy thing getting ready for the new growing season right. So with mercury retrograde as Mars enters CAPRA corn and finishing up this two year cycle that he takes around the chart. He's going to really push us to get a bunch of stuff finished now at the door or connect with old old people because remember whenever Mercury's retrograde the ghost show up and call has new. I'm your host. I'm here to talk to you about about your past about your wishes about your hopes and dreams and of course the new moon that we're GONNA have in two weeks is in Pisces right in the middle of the mercury retrograde. So it's GonNa Kinda speak to us of the new dream energy but it's also going to speak to us about what we haven't done yet that we've been talking about. We've been thinking about that. We've been focusing on but we haven't actually got out out there so it's really important week because you know we do know. The planets are going forward. Full steam ahead. That's why it feels so fast I'm like how can it possibly be Valentine's Day this week. but it is and we have choices to make places just to go people to see things to do and you know it's a little relentless and I know you might be feeling a little tired And so you know I definitely encouraged a couple a couple of days off if you're going to take them do it Monday and Tuesday because that's the hard days this week that's when the moon's a little crab cranky crabby and virgo with a hard aspect going Nunu. Oh Nunu you can't make me You know moon is crabby In Virgo Monday Tuesday but then the back end of the week is a little more cooperative and collaborative Tiv- but then we have Mars entering cap and we also have Mercury stationing to go retrograde. So you you know and Venus on Friday went into aries right And of course aries means we take fiery action to do things we react. Fire Fire We. We react with fire whereas you know we've been. Venus has been in Pisces for a month. And so she's all about peace and love and connection and she goes dairies stories and people get feisty and fiery and our awry so I know in my case you know I've been on facebook and you know those of you who know me I I try and keep my politics politics out of the radio show but I've been posting them on my facebook page and I had somebody say you know. I really love you as an astrologer but I just can't take these politics and I said you know this is my personal page. Go to my astrology page. 'cause I have two pages. I have an astrologer page and I have an answer personal page in your on my personal page. So you don't get my twitter feeds because those aren't political those are just astrological. But you know it's we're all figuring out where we want to draw the line what what line we wanNA drawn. Or what do we need to do. And it's really important time for us to kind of think about ourselves and Venus. Mary's is selfish placement. It's been you know and I said you know. PROBABLY NOT GONNA stop post and political stuff until we finish with the Pluto return for the country which is like another three years. 'cause she said well maybe I'll come back after the elections over. I'm like now not going to be after the election. We're not we're not done with us. We got this for another three years. Still until twenty twenty two march twenty twenty two. So you know just kind of watch these stories you're GONNA find. You're feeling a little bit but I wanted to be helpful. Always said go check. My twitter feeds go. Read My facebook astrology page. You know you get off my personal page. 'cause I'M GONNA post politics here so it's all for each of us to kind of think of what our vision is our passion why we have what we have it for and what it's about for us and so you want to kind of watch where you're feeling a little bit like no I'm GonNa do it my way. I WANNA do it my way and that's okay. That's what Venus Lena's in areas does. She's come across the horizon. She did it on Friday and she's she said I'm going to take action on things I WANNA do. Who and when penises and areas? We know that she's pretty darn feisty and You know and she goes. You can't make me can't make me. I'M GONNA do it my my way and you can't tell me what to do so we have to honor that that's the energy in the sky right now with everybody and we may not agree with what people people are mad about. But they're going to run a little while Venus is in areas And remember she's an areas right now she's answering to that fiery Mars and said right so she's very fiery and then when she goes into Wennemars goes into capricorn she gets a little more Controlled but then we have mercury and Pisces so everybody is not going to be hearing anything clearly. Mercury's and water sign kind of like fog. Fog Fog fog fog fog so this is one of those times when people will say things to you and you'll go. What did you say and you really do want to clarify? And when you hear it you WanNa like step in and say to them. Did you mean this. What did you mean by that and again? I saw it in facebook this week. Level title lovey arbitrator of the community. And somebody made a comment and somebody yelled at them and they said no that was a joking reference to you know like I was joking. You know but the person took it personally so with mercury and Pisces and Venus in areas. Everybody's going to be taking everything personally. So so you want to circle back and check and say you know I understand. You're taking this a little personally and that's okay you can do that I'm taking it personally. You're you were taking personally. The world is very personal and that's the energy of the week and And then when Mars goes into Capricorn we get very directed very focused. Okay but again. We're in wrap up mode so Mars does not have any time to dawdle. He's like on it and it's an important time. Time is he. Goes flying into his conjunctions with Jupiter. I then with Pluto than with Saturn at the end of March so between now and March tenth with the Mercury Retrograde Cleanup. Get it out the door organized. Get the vision. Get it moving. Were finished finalize. Those dreams 'cause once he hits those boys voice were ready for a big old new beginning. And that's march. So just Kinda know fiery feisty fiery feisty and you know it's the heavens so you WanNa work with the energy productively Because really that's all we can do down here on planet earth. We can't we can't really change anything thing except our own stuff in you know please. All these people have been going. I want them to change and I'm like not happening. Everybody's running running kind of the for lack of a better word. The selfish gene right now. I mean way but people are just not interested. We had era prescrip- Pluto last week which exact When Kobe's plane went down we have four more squares of Air Square Pluto and heiresses the goddess us of discord squaring Pluto Land of power? And so four out of five. We we've got we've got we've had one out of five we've got four to go. and Ah the energy of contention is part of this deal. Because we're looking you know Ariza's aries asking us to change asking us to partner in a new way. She's there's a grand trying and fire in the sky especially on this full moon. So she's asking us to partner in a new way. But our partnership planted landed stopped and turning retrograde and saying is that what I really WanNa partner with and then our son is the other apex of the AH to the planets and fire and that's inviting us to have a vision of the collective or the community our understanding of the role and the contribution that we're supposed to make to the world and we all have Jupiter somewhere in our chart. Jupiter describes the contribution that you're here to make to the collective Saturn describes your work Jupiter describes your relationship to the collective. So it's really important for all of us to kind of go. Okay you you know. What's my relationship to the collective? How am I going to partner with my creativity and my passion Lotta passionate and has right now? And what. Am I going to do you in that that creative passion and passionate time right and you know it it it is. It is interesting times. You know we have to kind of think. Ah We're sitting on the edge of history watching the changes take place and you know. Get your popcorn and a cup of tea. Well maybe a beer In kind of watching coaching goal. Yeah you know what is my contribution in the world because we're all going to be really feeling like we have to step forward and move forward and of course remember with Capra Corn Planets. If you're feeling feeling depressed what that means you're looking back and you WANNA stop looking back you want to say and if you look forward you might be getting anxious this. 'cause you know forward is a little scary so you wanna live in the moment wanna live in the now you WanNa go get bombed us his book be here now live in in a moment embrace the moment and maybe add a little grace to it and a little grace I was at this weekend this week. I was out in Sedona with some astrologers planning for the Conference in Zion and Utah which is going to be really good. So if you have a little extra pennies in your pot That's my my April event. Zion Utah OPA OPA Organization of professional astrologers and of course next March this March on the thirteenth have their own Robbins. Mark Wilson our teaching workshop. Here in New York you know about your relationship to your chart and your charts relationship to the world. So that's on my website too but we were at and one of the things we do. Is this planning process and part of it includes getting reading so I gotta reading from this really brilliant astrologer Alger Name Lauren Nobel D. and who lives out in Seattle and admires Laura's work for years and And so she read my chart and of course you know. I got a lot of lack of that in my life so I started sobbing away in the middle of it and And we get to the end and she goes you know. And it's it's about the grease it's all about the grace and I'm like grace you know I always forget that word So I was like it's about the grace it's about focusing on grace and and I think that is something we can all add to our pile of things to do of course. I'm having Neptune on my son so I need a lot of grace right now. Otherwise it's going to be a a lot of tears but it also is like what's the grace in your life. Where's that space you know and I remember back when I was first learning to be an astrologer I wasn't even in Stroud? Alger yet I was in the transition process of I had an astrology reading. And then I'd gone on this retreat and one of the things we were talking about was grace and You know I was having a little freak out moment. 'cause I'm a virgo. We get a little erotic about things. And this woman had run a workshop up that I attended and I went up to ever and she went and the Catholics called grace and I went. Oh Oh right grace. So I want you to play in grace this week. I want you to kind of think in the crazy wild world. We're GONNA have this week. I want you to focus on the moments of grace and if you don't remember what graces look it up on the Internet gracefully graciously grace. And of course Frankie and Gracie on Netflix which is mildly hysterical. These days because Greece has has bad knees and she's trying to figure out how to get off the furniture pitcher and and I have to say I do that a lot myself. How am I getting off of this low coach low coach so let's focus on grace in the midst of the chaos in the midst of the crazy and you know encourage the people that we need to focus on grace to take that moment you know and I remember as a kid we would always say grace before meals? Both you'd say you'd ask for a little blessing On your food on the graciousness of earth providing for us so An Essay. Let's that's focused on grace recognizing the world might not be the most gracious place right now but these are the times we live in so we must find in our moments in our respite times. A little bit of Grace tell forward to the moons all right so this week we have right now. The moon went into Virgo It's six thirty nine. These are all east coast times and it's going to be in Virgo on Monday and it's going to be in Virgo on Tuesday and it goes. It was void at one twenty six. PM Tuesday afternoon with a square to Mars and Moon Burgo squares Mars and Saj. It's a little bit of an overdoing energy. It's also a big break-up energy so Moon Square Mars Moon Virgo Square Mars and Saj. It's breaking up and moving on and doing something else Moon goes into libra libra six thirty seven. PM Tuesday night. It's an lieber six thirty. It's labor Tuesday night Wednesday night. Thursday goes void at four forty PM with the sex towel to Mars and that sex told the Mars is of course a positive ones moon. Libra sex telling Marsden fire. you know connection relationship stuff stuff like that Mooney's void from four forty PM to seven thirty seven P When it goes into Scorpio on the thirteenth again East Coast Times? And it's in Scorpio. Thursday night Friday night all day Saturday until five twenty pm when it goes void with a sex style to Saturn Saturn so Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. All good days for getting stuff done. The evenings are void So we just know and the moon is void Tuesday afternoon from one twenty six to three thirty seven and from four forty two seven thirty seven on the thirteenth Thursday and from five twenty turning to eleven o seven. PM on Saturday night. Eleven or seven PM. On Saturday night moon goes into Sagittarius. And it's insanitary. As a a Sunday and Monday and goes there till Tuesday at four zero three am and the moon and Saj ends with a nice sex tile to to the sun in Moons Age ends with a nice textile to the Sun In Aquarius at four three in the morning on in Tuesday morning so good aspects. Now we had been Iskoe into areas on Friday At three in the afternoon so moon in Pisces Venus and Pisces. Her last little got a love thing was Friday morning now. Venus is very feisty and this week we have Mars going into capricorn. Born on Sunday the sixteenth at six thirty in the morning six thirty four and later that day. Venus's stationing seven fifty four PM in Pisces and of course when Venus stations and goes retrograde. It is retrograde for Until March tenth so but we are in the retrograde approach shadow which makes exist week. Be Really Important Week to back up your phone to do the electronic things kind of cover them watch for things that are making little weird noises. 'CAUSE when they're gonNA give out and Kinda do bad things on you right so the week this week The intense days of course Monday's big a big break-up day lot of emotions. A lot of problems moon opposite mercury in the morning. A lot of energy around pushing US forward Maybe maybe not in the way we want to go and then of course the moon has trying to Saturn and Pluto in Virgo so. They're very practical energies. But but then the last aspect is that is that square to Mars. So it's practical but intense right and then Thursdays kind of a jam packed day with that moon and libra with hard closing aspects to Saturn and Pluto but also with a closing aspect of a sex style. demars going well I might have ended that relationship but I did it for freedom. I did it to move forward so very big break-up week meaning energies wanting to leave us. We WanNA leave them but we understand why we need to write and the prop of it is getting us ready for Mars into cap on Sunday and of course next weekend is president's events weekend on the seventeenth So that is a nice day so hopefully people get off and then Valentine's Day of course is the fourteenth now the problem with Valentine's sometimes day this week and it's not this month this year not a huge problem but Venus in aries the not every one of her favorite resigns squares the note fate the day before Valentine's Day so she squares the squares the nodes at eight thirty eight fifteen in the afternoon in the evening on February thirteenth Venus is in the Benz now when Venus squares the nodes. She says time to make a decision about love partnership relationship money and she's an area so she's not suffering many fools so this doesn't look like a particularly Romantic Valentine's Day just saying Because people are going to be going you know really you know. I have to say Valentine's Day with my with my Venus has always been one of those days. I go Yay. Yeah I just assumed pass on this day thanks But but for all of us I mean this is going to be squaring the knows the fate saying you have to make choices about your relationships and that's GonNa Happen on thirteenth. When we're in the middle of a libra moon which is like breaking up Moon? And when we're in the Scorpio Moon. Maybe being a little more controlling then we should be so just saying Mercury or sorry. The son this week goes from twenty one. Aquarius to who twenty seven Aquarius and his highlights are a hard aspect on the eleventh to the nodes of fate which often is kinda presents us with some choices this about you know what we WANNA do around our decision making and it is a decision making son. It's an Aquarius. It's a little detached. It's able to get the big picture. It also has an aspect to air is the goddess of discord on the twelfth and and aspect to Pluto. So that's going to bring up. That's Wednesday that's going to bring up You know era as the sun. Sex telling era is the angry part of us is going to be pretty clear. The semifixed out Pluto kind into points out where the group might not agree with what's going on so it's an interesting aspect and we want to kind of watch the thirteenth Son Is Contra parallel allow VESTA which invites us to to separate from home and hearth to clean out some stuff and get rid of things and then. The Sun Is Semi Square Athena's on the Valentine's Day for teeth. So we see things we hadn't seen before and then the sun is Contra parallel urine is on the seventeenth which Kinda kicks us off into a new direction so the Aquarius is very detached. And it doesn't tend to get emotional. It tends to look at these things and kind of draw conclusions that you you know we might WanNa you know appeal. But the sun and Macquarie's is usually pretty clear. Now no or yeah maybe so we kinda. I don't WanNa Watch what to watch for that Sun. Venus as I mentioned is an area she has it square two nodes on the on the thirteenth. She's running till twelve aries very so she's going pretty fast and She Hits Kyron on the tenth. So there's a wounding around stuff and then she also has a couple of quintiles entitled to Saturn and Pluto. So she's in the position where things will work out. Okay things will be all right. The it'll be all good thing And it kind of has a clearing clearing energy and then Venus's also parallel Chiron which is a lot of energy around? How do we work together? How do we partner together? What do we do? How do we partner in work and creativity To help us heal and then Venus has a contra parallel to Juno which what are we not partnering with you know and so so a lot of energy around Venus Aries. Because she's pretty clear she's pretty fast. She's pretty direct and she and you know she's. She's got an opinion about stuff Mars this week as we mentioned he's got a little bit He's getting a bit of a No from Saturn on the tenth. You know. Maybe that's not a great idea. And then he enters a capricorn On the sixteenth and kind of pushes US forward into a new direction in starting new to your cycle as he Comes to touch all those capricorn planets later in the month. Also Mars is parallel series on the sixteenth which offers us an opportunity to be creative. So you WANNA watch for some new creative stuff and and also because we are in wrap up mode for projects that we didn't finish. We didn't get out the door. This is a great time to really focus on those ones. Mars gets into CAP. 'CAUSE YOU'RE GONNA have a lot of energy with him in cap you're not gonNA WANNA be in your relationship with Venus and you're gonNA WANNA be a loon and so it's a bit the solitary month where we can get had a great deal accomplished And then Neptune is Contra Parallel Athena on the ninth on tonight today and kind of pushes us into kind of a bigger picture. You know You know we're we're we're looking at things and we're looking at them from a different perspective. Meaning we're being asked to understand you know you know we're we're combined of the patterns in our life we're combined of the things that that we've created and move towards the things that we've we've been passionate about and so when we have The energy of a Contra parallel between our brilliant in art dream we really need to think about well. Is Our our dreams still serving our soul. And sometimes they're not sometimes you'RE GONNA go. You know. That was my dream. But it's not my dream anymore and I've had a lot of conversations with clients this last couple of weeks about you know what their dream is or was and now what the new one is or will be so. It's an interesting time and I do encourage you all to be very gentle with yourself this week and to be gentle with the world. It's running a little wild And and just be gentle with yourself you know with Venus and areas. Everybody's everybody's just going to have a little bit more of a hair trigger reaction with the square two nodes. It's going to be like I need to make decisions I need to get do this and You know just take a moment you know. Breathe a little pause little and if it is a relationship you're ending is you're not going to go forward with do it gracefully gracefully you know. do it gracefully kindly do it in a way that allows you to You know that allows you to figure out what one what you WANNA WANNA do next. You know I think that's an important component of how we're GONNA handle this this energy because it does need we do need to change and we know we need to change and so changing is important you know at any rate. This is an early signing off from the bright red desks the British lady says I'm done and now just you know how much excitement my life has on Sunday night. I'm going to go change the cat litter take care. Have a great week again. I'll see you all next week here at the break. Red Desk Bye bye.

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NASA Launches Vengeance Rover To Pay Back Mars For Killing Opportunity Back In 2018

The Topical

06:31 min | 1 year ago

NASA Launches Vengeance Rover To Pay Back Mars For Killing Opportunity Back In 2018

"Eight thirty this morning NASA launched Vengeance Rover directly admired in response to the Red Planet, unwarranted and unprovoked attack on NASA's Opportunity Rover in June of two thousand eighteen. Marzieh's listening out there. Your Day of reckoning has come. That was head engineer Thomas, Danes announcing Nasr's planned to secret. Benjamin Mars after the Red Planet killed the Opportunity Rover, and a dust storm two years ago, but will his new vengeance rover be powerful enough to successfully avenged the death of their beloved Opportunity Rover from the onion and onion public radio on Leslie, price and this is topical. You probably won't be able to understand most of this news, but hopefully the music will keep you entertained. Feel free to Bob. Your head along and stay with us. Vengeance rover, that's how NASA seeking their revenge today following an unprovoked attack by Mars on their Opportunity Rover nearly two years ago to the day, according to the Space Agency Vengeance Rover's mission will be completely. Destabilize obliterate the Red Planet once, and for all in honor of the fallen. Opportunity Rover joining us now to discuss NASA surprise attack on Mars is opioids. Rebecca Neal here every Rebecca. This was a shocking piece of news to here today I. Assume Mars was caught off guard too well. That wasn't the idea although NASA did. Give the. The planet. Twenty four hour notice to move itself to another galaxy unreachable by mankind or face, deadly consequences, evidence suggests that Mars has made zero attempts to follow through on Nasr's request, so the assumption is that the planet is ready for all out war, and how long has been planning this attack on Mars? The NASA officials I spoke with said that the organization had been quietly planning ever since a Martian dust storm at tragically cut short Opportunity Rover's mission in June, two, thousand, eighteen, which they refer to as the darkest day in NASA's. But instead of retaliating immediately they decided to low the planet into tranquillity and attack. Then so, what's the plan wants? Vengeance makes contact. Mars is a giant rock named after the Roman God of war. It's not just going to roll over without a fight. NASA officials refused to go into any tactical detail, but I did manage to connect with the source on the inside who sent me? Engineering logs from vengeance as testing phase AETNA base have a listen initiating poison test initiated. Vengeance is slowly poisoning, the saw or pertaining together samples. Let's run it again with the spit feature. Please Roger that. Vengeance is now disrespecting the surface of Mars by Japanese small speed like substance out of the frontal spout. Engaged death mode engaged. Fire blessed read one hundred percent reaching five thousand miles in diameter. Initiating gunfire. Initiating maniacal laughter from Rover for. As. While Mars messed with the wrong organization. That's right. The Vengeance rover is also apparently armed with a photo Opportunity Rover so it remembers it's torching a four point. Six billion year, old planet to dust must have been hard for NASA to be so patient before retaliating am I all accounts. It was here's head engineer. Thomas Danes again. Who spoke with after the press conference on the day Opportunity Rover died, my colleagues had to hold me back from strapping nuclear bombs all over my spacesuit, and taking a shuttle directly at that son of a bitch, I want justice right away I. wanted to get my hands on that asshole planet, and watch it burn, but the longer you wait. The sweeter the reward. What message do you hope to send to Mars and other planets book with our Rovers, do get fucked period while Japan better take heat since the attack sources from all other seven planets said that they fully support Nasr's mission and completely condemn Mars is disgusting attack on Opportunity Rover in two thousand eighteen seems like they want to stay on his good side Neptune even offered to hurl itself at Mars. If NASA ever needed it and Venus deployed three billion of its rings for NASA TO US as As reinforcements wants vengeance. Rover landed while I look forward to watching. The carnage wants vengeance gets to the planet. I've never really liked Mars. It's just kind of sitting there. Waiting to be colonized, but no one can figure out how to there safely anyway, so why not just get rid of it altogether and build a planet that we can actually hang out on? Yeah, good riddance to thanks for the report? Rebecca, and Godspeed Vengeance Rover Mayor Justice. Be Swift and harsh. We'll be back in a moment. Here on the topic, we don't subscribe to the old. If it bleeds, it leads approach to journalism. These stories are just as likely to be as gruesome violence as any of the ones at the top of the show, and that's a commitment. We take very seriously, so here's what else do you need to know today? No one is face more scrutiny during the pandemic and protesting then president trump, but many are calling his latest attempt to unite the country, bipartisan and presidential in a healing address to the nation today, president trump reminded all Americans that his face is the last thing they'll see before they die, no matter their race or creed. Strong words and activists in Virginia are staging additional protest today demonstrators flooded the state capital and Richmond's all in an effort to determine whether one local monument is a confederate statue or just some random eighteen hundreds guy on a horse. Protesters are calling for the statue to either be torn down or just more properly labeled depending on what they find out about it in the coming days, and finally some good news coming out songs, the carnage today as community, full of losers reportedly came together to clean graffiti off a multinational banking conglomerate. Nice to see these Pencil Dick boot-lickers doing their part to keep up the status quo. Head that'll do it for the topical today. I'm leslie price if you enjoyed today's episode of the topical will, then you must be one sick puppy. I, dig it also you can subscribe to the topical wherever you get your podcast and be sure to tune in next time when we'll take an in depth, look at Corona viruses lasting impact on the United States, but through children's points of view. You'll be amazed at how stupid their takeaways. Just dumbest. We'll see you then.

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Einfach mal anfangen

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

11:41 min | 6 months ago

Einfach mal anfangen

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This Week @NASA, June 19, 2020

NASACast Audio

02:40 min | 1 year ago

This Week @NASA, June 19, 2020

"Boost in the right direction for Artemis. Closing in on the launch of our next Mars rover. And the latest progress in our quest for quiet supersonic flight. A few of the stories to tell you about this week. It Massa. The rocket boosters that will help power our first Artemis flight test where transported in segments from Northrop Grumman's manufacturing facility in promontory Utah to our Kennedy Space Center in Florida crews will now work to assemble and eventually integrate boosters with our space launch system or SOS rocket, which will send an crude Orion spacecraft around the moon on this mission known as artem. It's one it is the first in a series of increasingly complex missions to test Orion and SOS as an integrated system to send the first woman and next man to the moon by twenty twenty four. The launch window for hours twenty twenty. Perseus Rover Mission Opens on July Twentieth. The mission marks humanities first step in returning samples from another planet to irk. It will also search for signs of past microbial life on Mars characterize the planet's climate and geology, and pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet. We're moving forward rapidly with these very important bars, robotic precursor missions so that one day when we send humans to Mars, we're GONNA know where to go to get the absolute best science and data that we can get. The Mars Two thousand and twenty perseverance rover will landed. Marzieh's Jezero Crater on February eighteenth, twenty twenty one. The wing and cockpit sections of our fifty nine quiet supersonic technology are coming together. A Lockheed Martin Assembly plant in southern California. When complete the experts nine will be put through a series of ground and flight tests to ensure its airworthiness and its ability to create a low noise sonic boom that can barely be heard if at all by people on the ground. This recently released mosaic of Nightingale, the primary sample site on asteroid Benue for our Cyrus Rex mission is comprised of three hundred forty five images. The images were captured by the spacecraft during a reconnaissance past, just eight hundred twenty feet above the site in early March. Cyrus rex scheduled to make its first sample collection attempted Nightingale on October twentieth. That's what's up this week at Mascot for more on these and other stories follow us on the web at NASA dot, Gov, slash block.

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What Were Watching: ZEP Zoeys Extraordinary Mystery and Veronica Mars Un-American Graffiti

Parenting Roundabout

19:10 min | 2 months ago

What Were Watching: ZEP Zoeys Extraordinary Mystery and Veronica Mars Un-American Graffiti

"Hello and welcome to around two of the parenting roundabout podcasts. And catherine lecco on him barataria. Moral hello usually on this podcast. We talk about parenting but once a week terry. I liked to get together to discuss tv movies books and other entertainment topics because it's nice to talk about something other than parenting for change. So we are continuing this week with our two tv series veronica mars and zoe's extraordinary playlist. We'll start with our friends zoe. This week the episode is called zuma's ordinary mystery and the mystery. Is that the wrong. People are singing songs that so they don't make sense when they're coming out of people that are seeing them and mo- awesomely has a whole crime solving poster board situation. Yes to help zoe and they soon determined that it's basically a one switch you know that Max is singing a song that really is meant to be coming from it. Turns out Zoe's sister-in-law emily and emily's singing max's song but it takes a whole episode to. Yeah cook that last piece of the puzzle together. Yeah wasn't emily just in a fine mood last week. Is she upset that equipped garage band. Is that what the problem is. Yes she was like in a good mood. She was in a super good mood. That song was like she really breakdown sad. Yeah i'm is postpartum depression i guess. Maybe that's what it made me think of which you can have. It doesn't have to happen immediately. Light birth like it can definitely eater so. Yeah but yes. It was quite heartbreaking when she yes previous hints would have been nice though Just sort of like okay. Somebody's gotta be really depressed. Who could it be nellie. Okay let's spin the wheel could easily been leaf. It could have been somebody else at work. He could have been that downstairs lady. Who is singing. Like jimmy buffett songs or something where we heard from her in a while she was pretty sad. We never. We were sorrow again. But no it's emily and you know very effecting but very gimmicky while yes especially because you know she was switched with max and yell. The mac song was him singing rosanna. Toto which is you know so it was. It was very jarring. Because emily started singing that yes her baby miles and so then of course zoe immediately knew that that's that it was max but then they had. Emily switched to singing her sad song. Right halfway through rosanna. On that was yeah. That was quite sudden. That was a very effective seen. I have no problem with that. Seat is just the whole the whole the whole episode the whole idea of the switcheroo search of the switcheroo whiskey that i mean that lasts team was very affecting would have been more so if we'd had any previous indication i guess just the fact that she was texting her and kept wanting to get with her and stuff but But you're right. I mean that was just this episode. There was nothing in the. Yeah i just feel like there are only like midway through their second season and this is what they've got to fill up. Maybe you seems a little. You know grasping for straws but it did allow the quite amusing sight of sexy simon. You and then hot fire marshal's cute sun how yes at that moment of song to when it turns out to be the kids singing. I'm like okay. Maybe i'll allow episode. Yeah 'cause that was horrible. It was so good at the science museum. Dancing on the dusk vans. He was the best yes. He was too old to be dependent upon the stuffed animal in that way. But okay it's divorce thing. Don't ask too many. I guess it was fun for everybody. Be singing songs. They would never sing. You know but it's just such filler. Yeah oh terry. Wait till you get to veronica mars bogus. They're veronica mars has had tons and tons of plot plot on top apply in. its three seasons. This show seems like it's sputtering a little bit but You know but certainly entertaining. And i say again. It should be half an hour. I can't say what half of this episode i would have done without. But each they've got enough wait for a half an hour. Show ed it's dispagne. It just seems like four or show. Yeah i do not mind something kind of fun and silly like this in a sitcom hourlong show It's as we've talked about before. Last season had the running theme mitch which gave it some depth. This season has lacked that. It seemed for a minute like they had something. And then that plotline just you know. I guess everything's okay. Spark point now handled all their. They don't seem to have hired that actor who plays the ceo for very many episodes. Right right so. I don't know what they're gonna do if it's just gonna be a different little case of the week. Yeah yeah we'll fluff every little different puffer fluff every week with singing and dancing and who can who can complain. Not me certainly not. I'm not singing a sad song singing strength. Think what song. I would sing in in in response response to this but i got nothing. I need zoe to interpret what my heart is singing or the psychic from this is that all there is intuitive listener. Whatever she said or that was in annoying character title was. Yeah ok that if we cut this down to a half an hour. That's something i would cut the medium stuff completely. Unnecessary had nothing in the end to do with anything. Exactly yeah you definitely could have had this switching without without your dad at all so well you know i won't hate on it. It didn't annoy me. It was entertaining enough. Who had been more entertaining if it was in a half an hour but you know. I'm there for singing and dancing. Bring it on and jane levy is just the cutest offing and just exactly the actress. You want for this stuff because even when it's not very good she's just trying so hard you cannot hate so good for her and that was an hour our lives while shall we move onto another hour. That we spent with a young lady was some special abilities. It's see we should've talked about veronica mars when we introduced zoe. And then zoe. When we introduce veronica mars just for the theme. I'm listening to this thing about always extraordinary played list and there's like detective work. It just doesn't seem quite right. where can i find. The young woman who this belongs to perfect right. So this ronca. Mars episode was titled unamerican graffiti and it was a case of the week. And that's it like a title might be complete waste of time but that's not funny. Let's see we need to think of plenty way to sit up. But so on the podcast. They said that they had the season. Order was reduced from twenty two episodes to twenty or something else they had. The original plan was like three shorter arcs instead of one seabright. Arkansas guests the ideas that they just failed on the final arc. That they were going to do. I don't know if something else comes up after this. But i was thinking of that too. What they said on the podcast and it's like they got their order cut so they had to wrap up the you know all the plots they had thus far super-quick. Just just you know. It's done and a so fast stuff was route the the stuff about the rose wrapped up so fast the stuff about the basketball coaches wrapped up and then we get this episode in which nothing of any usefulness or interest happens except possibly veronica his but the less thought about that the better but that could have been that could have been the button on any episode at all. They could've had the dean's thing workout over two weeks. I don't understand it's like if you suddenly run out. You don't have room for episodes like this anymore right. He's are the ones you cut. Why does this exist. very i mean. The mystery of the week was sort of offensive in various ways. And if not that just just kinda itchy And then okay. I guess we had relationship stuff which we haven't had for a couple of weeks but it's not good relations of even you know mac and max would have been very very cute together if she wasn't with another guy was made me so mad. I was like what are not famous for boyfriend. Do not take bronson away from her. He was so nice. Like not only was it that there was a line that they broke up. There was no mention of him whatsoever. I know like she's a completely free agent. And that is not the case. It's just it was just seems like an episode that maybe was supposed to be someplace else and they just dropped it in from nowhere. Although now it can't be because 'cause logan a parker writer a couple and really low. You will be so much happier. just just. Don't stop pining veronica man. We know where this goes. Nowhere good and the whole thing is they were talking about on the on the podcast. Okay of a girl tells you. She doesn't like you forcefully. Kissing her is not an appropriate response. Right and if you are said girl saying hey. That was a pretty good kiss. Let me follow out to the elevator and kissed him again is also not a good response. How good a kizer is pins. She suddenly has her head turned on. That guy doesn't have that much game so it's just it's just like stuff being moved around on a whiteboard to say okay. We got this in somewhere. Where when we put this or but right now all right we gotta have her with his. And then we can have these complications. And then more drama to the logan of veronica thing and Can we just we just down the season. Now could this be the last episode. And then we'll just combat does seem like what is the point of having. I mean they've already solved to bigger mysteries. Or cases right yeah. They've solved two big ones and one that should have been a big one but was over right into saves episodes It's just the pacing of this show is so weird and it was. I feel like it was so good in the first season and they should have just issues a for one season show and ended with that horrible scene of erin beaten the bleep out of the marzieh's and then that's the end. You don't have to think about well. Jeez he's gonna walk on this. Because it's all circumstantial and let's think of another season's worth of plot with an arc. It just could just sit there. As a good season of television with lots of interesting performances for boy the diminishing returns and so. What do you think of sheriff keith. They thought he was not fun. On the podcast. I just had to laugh when he so there was that whole situation where he found out that his deputies were just ignoring all of the campus cars that were allowing fake. Id's yes i did the whole plot. We're like whilst Dis that were from veronica. That were so much better than everybody else said. You've made them go with him. He no keith. Like set up a sting basically were while piz to go with fake. Id's anyway then the deputies that didn't do anything about this yes he fired but i really the way it was like smith jones taylor johnson or whatever it was like we can't be bothered to think of nascar his painful for the most extra extra. Es names ever yes like. You're gone so we're only one of them got a line. Yeah and saxes the other guy right. Yeah just keeps looking looking longingly up a keith. Dad's back it's so nice adults in the room again. But when when he is your most loyal and staunch. Deputy got in trouble. But who are these other guys if we ever seen these other guys. Were they ever in the office before no they were out in the fields. I guess it s taking bribes and not taking names right. Goodness i guess i missed that Sacks is the one who shot steve. Yeah I i thought lamb had kinda shot him on the way down but But now that i think about it it was sacked. I remember yes sacks him coming in discovering what was going on I can't say exciting watch. It still have not watched. It should've gone back and watched as an act of protest. I shall not. But yeah. I feel like the less said about this episode. The better but the I did enjoy the podcast which this time they did. Mostly do them one at a time mia do like sort of the plot arc. Like that's true. They do the relationships in all three and rightly do yeah you know whatever case and things like that the l. I'm still disappointed that there has not been more that that unlucky didn't get to have a talking bad guy moment where he explained everything he did so that i could get recognition for the things that i noticed that they didn't even notice on the podcast. I don't think but. Apparently i didn't really notice them because they were not actually there but still i can give them some notes. They could give him a nice speech he could write it. He could send veronica a letter explaining everything but no. That's that it's clear that that plot is gone and never coming back. So i don't know what are they going to be going to do. How many episodes are there. Gathering four is just gonna be four weeks of relationship stuff in case the week mississippi. They could not have dan. Instead of having four weeks of thumb twiddling. they couldn't adjust stretched out. Those arcs a little bit longer. I do not understand. Well i window wanted them to stretch out the rape one. No that was stretched out a half a season too long. Yes anything more than that one episode. It should not have been strange if keith mars and been sheriff it would never last that long over. He had gotten to the bottom of it solves murderers busts college. Kids drinking like i. Don't what a cottage industry that would be for. The law enforcement of that area is just to constantly bus kids for drinking. Charge them some money and let them go. It nate more than bribes. They did the bar bar owners. Just going to have some lousy raffle tickets but those kids are gonna keep drinking their. They're dodos hearst. College doesn't seem to me like they must have a very. They're very high standards of admission. Not bring in the most students. It's where you go if you're rich and your grades a real bad i guess or you're gone. Your grades are good. But you don't have any money. That's right to ends of the equation right. but i'll unsatisfying. But yes the. I fear there are even more unpleasant episodes ahead like perhaps the very next one. Yes so next week off for zoe's extraordinarily playlist. It's season two episode ten zoe's extraordinary girls night. Alrighty and will for veronica mars it is. it's called debasement. Tapes like not the basement but debasement but Stop them before they punt again. He s and that's going to be at for round two today. Please subscribe to our parenting roundabout podcasts. So you won't miss any of our episodes. We have something new for you. 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Mars in Aries Magic

Hermetic Astrology Podcast

1:33:20 hr | 7 months ago

Mars in Aries Magic

"Welcome to the your medic astrology podcast. I'm gary keeton in waynesville. North carolina defy me on the web at dream astrologer dot com and today's tuesday november. Twenty fours just after dawn just after sunrise so it is the day of mars in the hour of mars and naturally. I won't speak to your about mars. Mars has been really intense this year. lars bannon aries. Quite a while and You know at some at one point When mars was really bright and really close to the earth it literally looked like folks were living on mars out west in oregon and california particularly in the skies were turned red because of all the smoke and everything and So i've actually been holding off on. I thought i thought about doing a mars. Podcast a while ago to introduce the retrograde. And i was like you know what mental at mars big and so if feels like time now though mars is still very bright but it's moving back out away from the earth a little bit and I've been talking to on and he says that it's time for me to tell y'all Some stuff and so. I'm gonna make up for lost time here today. It's been a while. Since i've done a podcast that i'm gonna hit y'all with learnable. Gold mine of mars information and also information on magic in general and so so sedan gets popcorn This is this is probably one. You're gonna wanna listen to several times So don't worry you know you have to stop and go back or come back in several times. Integrate it's all good but yeah there's a there's a to b to sorta give the tease in the intro. There is a really potent magical window for mars coming up in december for about five weeks where we can really begin to Propitiate integrate the mars energies hopefully a less destructive form as we have seen them play out earlier in the year and in a more integrated and construct form. That's going to be the goal of me sharing with you and so Without further ado. Let's get going here. I'm gonna open up by just talking about mars in general always a good idea. We're not gonna spend a whole lot of time on this because you can get your general stuff almost anywhere But you know it's always good idea to start at the beginning. So what i'm showing you. Here is the Premium report that. I'm going to send out to my premium numbers later today and each month i send out several opportunities or magically invoking magically working with on the planet's also the d. cans fixed stars and constellations so there's four kinds of magic every month that comes out in this report somewhere around twenty pages of words have info. It keeps getting bigger badder. Of course as i keep working on and this month. This is the first time Doing these magic reports for more than a year. This is the first time in that time that we're working with mars. Because mars is known as a monolithic plan. And that is it can ask you up. It can ask things up and So caution is advised For sure And i have been. I have been waiting for the right time to talk about mars than it seems like that time is here. So let's just look the glyphosate mars for a second Let's go back for a second and think about the circle of spirit. The circle of spirit is Is perfect it's unending right. There's no beginning. No end in circle is is a is a picture of spiritual unity of oneness right and And then that little dot in the center when we do the sunglasses little dot in the center. It's like perfect oneness. I e god or the one being manifested through a singular point at which is you or me a single individual human. That's the sun bush. Now if we take that point from from the middle of the circle and we projected out into the world right and then we'd formed and then we form across through it or an arrow pointing to that point right. That's what mars is about. Mars is about the spirit. The will being directed out onto a singular point And so ours is berry in that sense in that it's about force it's about Directed will towards a single goal right and so Some of the typical keywords here about our confidence aggression Sexuality of course. Because you know there's nothing focuses the mind like an object of desire Sports competitions in general physical activities in general motors is hot. Mars gets things moving. Yeah read And mars is also dry so dry means separate not all womp together you venus ones everybody to love each other and beagle. Why can't we all just get along that scene strike. Mars says nano. Some things are better than others. And i'm going to try for just better than i'm going to try for the best. Let's that desire for excellence. That's mars you see and so in order to be excellent you have to separate yourself from the herd and that often requires many many hours of alone time Working on your craft and so you hear people say about paying your dudes when you've paid your dues. You've entered the realm of sadder because saturn requires ton and repetition right but the act of paying the dues each singular attack of paying those news. That's mars okay. Because it's you're separating yourself out. You're putting aside pleasurable activities to work towards a goal that is mars right on in so you'll notice so so far i mean we have talked about aggression Far we haven't necessarily talked about anything distracted. The destructive side of mars is an imbalance. Mars this rage. Anger is an appropriate response to a violation of boundaries or to a frustration of Unfair boundaries being imposed right so mars in the relationship between mars and saturn is is also in the sense that mars defends boundaries or breaks through boundaries. Right in order to be the best. You gotta get past new ochre and good and excellent and just like get to the top and that's break broken through the barriers. There we hear people talk about no breaking barriers. That's mars But the destructive side of mars comes generally from either you know anger and ultimately long-term anger. That's not dealt with. In a healthy form becomes rage. So for instance if you oppress us of a group of people for four hundred years you're gonna handsome rage justifiably so you know and And that's where the destructive side mars comes from if we can manage to deal with anger and deal with The boundary violations in the moment that they're happening and and Dress them and move on. We don't generally see that problem with lars rights mars becomes destructive when it is suppressed or Delayed in so-forth. Just gonna pause here for a second okay. So in general People are martian figures. They are channeling the energy of mar primarily when they are hot and dry. Okay so anyone who cuts separates things that is dry right. That is the division of one unity into to me. And you right. There's good guys in bag is there's you know red and blue. There's all these different divisions that we have right this act of dividing. Something is violence in the sense that there is no more unity possible once you divide well not immediately possible to can become balanced right At some point but the initial division of something from one into two violent And that comes from the basic sense that we are. You know aids right. We evolved from australia. Pathologists and homo erectus all these other Species that are meant to live in groups living in a group group. Cohesion is moist speed sticking together to in order to survive. That's more so dry. Inherently feels dangerous and destructive because it goes against our basic survival nature which is stick together and so anytime anyone is doing something drives like roll. That's that doesn't necessarily feel good so you know you've got all of these People who act in mars roles you know some of them maybe not So popular in in in in doing that role in making those distinctions. It's a tough job right and in in the most extreme get tyrants and and things like this With anybody you know. Soldiers butcher's cut me Watchmakers right they have all these tools that they you know the scare goes here. Not there cetera. In fact engineering was always in. General was always considered to be under the rulership mars because mars Young works for the army. The engineers were always in the employee of the army. Because guess what. The army with. The best technology usually wins right so So now in terms of magic which is where we're taking this eventually In its protective form mars is the defender of boundaries the boundaries being your skin and your your bodily integrity Your or you know if it such a word oregon the integrity of your organism right so mars contrite against disease injury and unforeseen attack in its protective farm. This is some of the oldest protective for instance to cross swords to crossed spears or or You know hatchet. Sern whatever implements of war when you stayed to those crossed. This is a protective digil ryan's protecting against the unforeseen attack by in its outward manifestation. Mars is are those who have boldness courage and Prevail in contents so that these are the things that we can and of course you know this this brings up some ethical things that we're gonna talk about later if you are desiring to prevail contests i mean someone else is gonna lose and you know You know not everybody gets a trophy all the time and real life So you know you can argue about whether or not you know that's That is a inactive violence It's necessary in life right you know. And so This is this is the interesting thing about mars. Is that As i said because of its dry nature It's very can be very touchy and difficult in terms of ethics So we're gonna talk about that a good bit more in detail. Okay so now. Let's get in more into the Magical the theory. That underlies The magic that we're gonna be talking about doing here and The first thing we have to understand in terms of eerie is the is the philosophy and the and the cosmology of from whence this practice comes arises. So this hermetic her medicine. In general hermetic theory hermetic philosophy and hermetic practice are all rooted in what is known as the ptolemaic cosmos cosmos as the earth at its center. And you know regardless of Scientific advances you know that show is not at the center of our solar system. It could be argued whether or not there is. there is any center. I that is in fact the source of most modern malays kepler showed that you know. Even the sun is not at the center of orbit. It's one of two lifts right. So we've lost our center in many ways. But i digress In the ptolemaic system there is a center and that center. Is your that center is where in fact where you stand only Which arguably tokyo centric that is on the surface of the earth but the center of the earth for purposes of mesh is the is the center and from that center. We have various fears. We have fears of the four elements. We have everybody knows you know. Even children know that. Throw a rock in water it sinks right. So earth is the densest of the four elements. Water is next. And then you have the two elements air fire. That are symbolized by pointing triangles. So you can see these fears outside of the earth here before elemental spheres fire being the least dense arises the highest and then you have the spheres of the planets the seven planets in order of their speed which is known as the county in order right so we have the sphere of the moon than mercury venus sun mars jupiter saturn so saturn is literally in the seventh heaven. It's sort of the final step on the ladder out at your now in terms of coming in assuming as your medical auspey does that we come from god And that is we come from the rounds. of the stars in fact beyond the stars Then as we're coming in we have the fear of the one which people call the prime mover. The great architect. Various words for that Which is really an answer. mediary between God his ineffable unknowable really So the prime mover is that that units of which were capable of comprehending. Then you have this fear of the stars then you have the spheres of the planet so coming from the one coming in. We have the one we have number. Two is the fear of fish stars. Saturn is the third sphere end from the one. Jupiter is the fourth syrian from the one. Mars is the sphere and from the one so bars is associated with the hexagon and have gone magically speaking as also societas in the kabbalah. We i mentioned this as a ladder. We call this. The tree of life. the world tree. There's many ways talking about this in the kabbalah Which is pictured as tree Marzieh's the fifth sphere in from the one right so This is connected with the word. Called gabbara are And essentially it is. It's sort of like the opposite of mars and jupiter are on opposite. Sides of the tree is the opposite of jupiter so if jupiter is known as chesa which is in in in sort of Buddhist terms it would be you know loving kindness right If jupiter is loving kindness gover is the absence or the withholding the deliberate withholding of of loving kindness. So here you see this dryness coming back in lars says no no. You know not going to extend the kindness in the situation now. You'll notice that there is in that description. There's no desire to hurt the other person. The withholding of kindness is is not necessarily in of itself a destructive acts. But it's a just an it's an act of discernment it can be anywhere. Ants Saying no now. I'm gonna i'm gonna vote with my feet beer amano sensually. I'm not going to get energy to that And so you know. It's sort of like this so it can so mars hand be done in a very Peaceful way right. We see this with Movements of Gandhi and martin luther king. You know simply saying you know peaceful not you know. Nonviolent protests is still mars. Because you're saying no. I will not participate in a system. That has has You know been unjust for four hundred years. I'm not going to participate. That's still a martian act because it's dr as saying no. I'm not going to give energy to that are so and then now. What's really interesting here. Is that the next year in is is number six is the sun tipper up and my understanding of differences. That difference comes from a balance of gabbara and jessen. It's a balance of knowing when to be compassionate and give loving kindness when not to and win. Those two things are in balance you get true authority and leadership son So that's very interesting. It reminds you of the way politics is supposed to work. For instance Have balanced between two opposing Ideas right Unfortunately we all see a lot of adding more and that's a whole nother topic that i'm not even gonna get into but it is interesting. It's sort of mirrors the ideal form of the way. We think things are supposed to work politically and deed. Once on a time in maybe again will okay. So i wanna back actually back up a little bit for moment From defining what mars is in terms of a more practical idea of what mars isn't how it functions in the world to To the philosophy of magic One of the first questions that we should probably ask is why magic. Why would we Engage magic And the simplest answer is because we can We have free. Will you know You know i love the. I love the metaphor that robert flash game uses in his book. Believe it's in the holographic transits book that he did Where you know he says. Hey look ed you know. When you're born the moment you're born the moment you enter this flying all of your transit's all of your progressions. All of that stuff is laid out in black and white mathematically calculated. You will get this transit on this day this hour. There's nothing you can do about that. It's going apple that's simply Now what you do about. Those events of course is very different than that's why twins can be so very different because each time an event occurs. It's like this theory of parallel universes essentially twins live in parallel universes she say they incarnate with roughly the same chart each time. They make a choice. There's a bifurcation. There's a split the from one institution that we talked about and with each choice they inhabit different parts of their chart in different ways and they can become very different people. Simple you think about it. and so there's the free will aspect of Now when i say because we can does that. Mean the ends justifies. The means no. I'm not saying If you're near if you're getting a little over excited Calm calm yourself. Not quite time to take up with that yet. in fact From from a hermetic perspective it can be that not only. It's dancer is not only because we care. But because we must. Because i essentially because we were made in the image of creator god then we have the mandate to be like god to to create And there's a whole section in the hermetic corpus there's one particular Things called the divine neander or or poem manders where it goes through the act of creation and it shows how In my interpretation essentially at first humans were sort of what you might call light beings and An in the act of of Rising up through these spheres as we said to get closer to god and then and then there's this god-like aspect of humanity but then as the first two minutes rose up through the spheres look down back upon earth. There was this sort of cry from from the earth in. There is the sort of Love affair between humans and nature and human humanity began became bound with nature so we have two sides we are. We are too. We are fundamentally divided between our dependency and our And our natural you know corporeal state because we live in bodies. We have lifespan the there's no two ways around that And you know this can be more or less depending on not only choices. We make genetics and so on and so forth cultural constraints etc etc. So we have so so we divine in our in our spirit. Not just our mind. Spirit is not just mine. But it's sort of like our higher self if you will but we're still bound by fate necessity because we live in bodies because we are part of the natural world And yet we saw the divine part of us is is has this mandate to create in the in creating is magic. Simple simple as that And so magic is essentially Enact of creation enact of engage in the spiritual will in in the world So if we think of it as as a divine mandate that god wants us to be like i can say hammoud we can say her say she that it they whatever you know however you choose. The see guard is your choice. I don't want to impose any kind of Restrictions on now And i i don't know that it does either to be honest with you But we get into so you also not only because we can't but because we must and but now still there are ethical considerations here Remember how we had back up here for a second Notice how there's there's a sensor column on the tree of life and their right hand column in a lesson. Calm right this. This is part of why people talk about Right hand passing left ear right You notice that. The initiates are on one side right. Jupiter venus and the melissa six Mars and saturn are on the other side right so now if we want to be really Literal about it. There's also a middle and so in the very simplest terms You know the middle path would be knowledge of knelt magic. Which is what we've done so far. I'm sharing with you. Knowledge of magic. You can know all about you can appreciate the beauty of the floss. Philosophy jeff wrath means beauty by the way you can appreciate the beauty of this less be without actually engaging in the middle you can also engage in ways that is you know like jupiter loving kindness trying to help people That's basically what most people think of as white magic but anytime you Go the other way and you're trying to You know for instance if you're trying to use magic to get rich Zamin that you're hurting someone else. I'll know it could be. There's there's obviously ways to get rich that help everybody and that would be. I would be maybe more like tip like balanced between the two or something but the idea that That the left hand path You know is different from the right hand. Path brings up a question of ethics and You know i'm simplifying it greatly year. Obviously this is a very very complex subject. I wish i could you know. Maybe i'll do an entire podcasts. To give it justice but twenty is that we must understand that there are ethics and so Yes we do magic because we can and indeed from hermetic philosophy because we must. Because we're that's what we're here to do here to create but there is a difference between helping someone in hurting someone. Let's be real. Okay and for me. I choose only to engage to help people Now in terms of now this brings up the idea of you. Know in in law. For instance if someone's trying to hurt you you have a right to self defense so you know even though you might end up hurting someone. They're trying to hurt you know. Hey sorry not sorry right. And that's essentially what gabar comes out. It's kind of that. Sorry not sorry. I did what i had to do. and so the doing what you have to do in in terms of self defense is still very different from actively santa on get you you know as a whole different thing and so And generally most people you know understand that when shoo go down and the thing is you know the thing is is that you have to be very careful because you can justify i'm gonna get you is you can back up off of that and say well so and so's trying to hurt someone. I is a friend of mine in so if i heard them. I'm really just defending my friend. Yada yada yada. You can make all kinds a justifications but it's a slippery slope once you go down that path and you justify once season to justify as easier still the justified thirds on the next thing you know you're just doing it because you can and You know most most people believe that you know karma lack of a better term. Whatever what comes around goes around that people who go down that slippery slope end up getting back what they get out there and that and so the so. You don't really have to try to Hurt people. They're gonna hurt themselves by by being that way eventually So again very simplified but to be clear nia personally. I'm trying to help people. And so mainly. We're gonna be talking about mars here in terms of self defense and also Self empowerment which is Is dry in and it. Is you know you know again. They're not everybody always gets trophy. Somebody's feelings is gonna get hurt if they don't but you know what. Sorry not sorry. i'm. I'm trying to what they say. I'm trying to get paid you know. There's a certain amount of that that's just part of life on this plane So there's another question that comes along with. Why majer there's another question. Well if magic is so great wine everybody doing or what if you're so knowledgeable about magic wage reds wild you rule the world well see the previous discussion about the extent number one number. You know if you're out to rule the world you know. Yeah that's probably not the best Ovation or the most instructive. Let's sir anyways and and be. It doesn't always work the way you set out. There's unintended consequences Either the magic is more subtle than you attended intended. And i've done magic where thought wow what's going on like did that even work and then begins to show up really subtle ways. It's like wow. i did clearly. Something's going on. But it's it's it's hard to discern It's you or is shows up dramatically but in ways. That's why people say you know. Don t magic. Around eclipses for instance because eclipses are famous for unintended consequences. And so magic being. You know subject to unintended consequences. That's why a lot of people don't do it because they're like you know am i gonna you know. It's it's gambling right his role. You know loops loops you know got snake is now you gotta deal with that You know on crapped out gotta go get me another. You know stash money. So i play again. You know kind of thing So there's so that right right away tells us that These simplistic ideas that. Oh if i just pray to mars in like. I'm doing this march day. Mars our mars in aries That's pretty good combination. You got three things going for you right there. But there's a whole on other stuff going on to and You know that other stuff not agree with what you're trying to do and may or may not overpower what you're so essentially what i'm saying here is that magic is a an exercise in incarnation. Basically in in microsoft's let's think about this remains Let's say you know have used this metaphor allowed at times when when i'm talking about You know when we've got a situation in the chart for instance like let's say somebody doesn't have anything particular element call that elemental boy or. They have an abundance of things in another l. Let's look at that from an incarnation of perspective. Why would that be so. There's basically a you know. Two basic reasons either. A person is relatively You know naive regarding that factor and they you know. It's their their new on that path or be. They've done it to death and you know everybody's getting in line for you know to come to the earth by you. Get in the line for that particular thing they say. Honey you done. You've done us the ball your credits you gotta go to another line. There's no more for you. You've done it you know. Go find find another way to be You see so the saying the the. The sand condition could be explained in two very different ways And it's kinda like that with with these magical Elect what we call election. All astrology were electing moment to bring energy and to try to create something right. That's incarnation now. We might come. When i come and say wow i really wanna do jupiter this time. So i'm gonna get my jupiter all set up real good now the thing is and here's the thing that i love that I think it was robert. Hands that in In the my my buddy kelly leads instance documentary said something to the point of you know Scientists want to act as if every moments the same right. Thank you can repeat an experiment to get the same results over and over again as fundamentally not true from astrological perspective. Now moment is the same. There's never i mean there's so many factors how could you possibly repeat so you know you might get jupiter all set up. I'm coming out on avid jupiter life. Well whoops there's this other stuff going on and now you've got to deal with that and Essentially you get the whole chart That's the way it goes you get you get. You can try to focus on one thing. Sometimes that words other times not like you had hoped there's unintended consequences And it might take a lifetime or the better part of the lifetime to integrate those other things into the main thing you came here for and to begin to learn to To pod constructively inhabit that whole charred you see so essentially when we're doing magic than than if if that's true we assume that's true than the more factors we use in our elections the more things that we can't manage to control last unintended consequences. We have and the less necessary. It's going to be to integrate those other factors in order to do the thing we set out to do so. It's not as simple as people would like to be essentially just like life it's a microcosm of being a person is not simple is very complex and the same way was magic and so that's why everybody ain't doing it And in fact everybody ain't here. There's know you know there's a famous line in and and Where achilles says you know. Let me tell you something. The gods end the us. We're here we're the ones do stuff I think there's an element of truth to that I wouldn't go so far as to say the gods envious but i would say that There's a certain sort of separate to be in gear into walking this path. That has its own cloud. Okay and the other thing that this means if we assume that you get the whole chart when you create something whether that'd be lifetime or a talisman then Because assuming that you came here for a reason right there's there's meaning and purpose to incarnating. no active. Magic is going to go too much in contrast to that original purpose that you can hear in other words. No transit is going to give you anything. That's not already in your natal. Chart is not gonna show up not much not a whole lot of that thing anyways might get you temporary like you know saying with the most powerful transplants are those which magnify reinforce that which is already in the natal chart okay and therefore same thing is true with magic you know if if you came in now that doesn't mean that if you came in and you grew up you can't be grits. Lots of people do it. But that's you know because the signature for those two things can often show up as the same as you know. It's like for instance. Saturn can be the beggar. And the aristocrat depends on. You know how that's being manifested And ideally magic should be rooted in an it's to be more for for maximum effect now allowed people very specific ideas about what that looks like. I don't know that anybody knows exactly what that looks like. But if you have elements of the election chart lining up with the natal chart. It's gonna work better. That's that's definitely true. Now what exactly that looks like. I don't think anybody knows exactly what that looks like. Somebody will say what you have to have the ascendant being badly and you know there's all these rules and stuff okay. Maybe let's you know I don't know that they're sending rules anyways. There may even if we establish that rule as being affected. It's only affected most of the time. So it's basically a guidance sue now now. We're getting into the really juicy part of it so there's levels also of the kind of magic that we can and want to engage where The first level magic is just prayer. While sometimes they're cub petitions. We can petition. The gods for is things. Now appears absolutely enact magic. You're asking for divine intervention on you know as magical as it gets a lot of people you know Underestimate be our prayer at the same time You know there's there's there's kind of prayers that are just every day prayers and there's the kind of prayers that are like really intense for instance. I wrote a. I wrote an essay on The german monk. Martin luther truly british journal to illustrate the concepts of my booker mercury elements all year and When one episode in losers life that's really important is that He was traveling from Thank from his home to a new monster from Banat to another one. But he was on the road alone. Dry separate right. So there's the sort of edgy situation going on already. And there's this great storm that comes along and he's in fear for his life and in that moment of course he's on his knees praying to god you know. Spare me from this Storm and in that moment he realized something that was the the the key realization for the rest of his life. You might save for is entirely that everything up to that winter. Been leading to this realization and everything young. That was a result of this realization and realization. Was this you can't earn that. If god decides to answer your hair it ain't because you did anything right or wrong Is because god is god because no we talked about before. Why magic because because we can. Why miracles because up. It's that simple right. You can't earn your way. And in in in. And so then he all this stuff that had been bothering him about you know these indulgences that the catholic church was sell. And he's like they're selling forgiveness. Man that's what you can earn your way into heaven. you can't buy your way under heaven. Only through god's grace. Can you be say you see so. This was a this was a particularly powerful prayer. And if so so already you know like i said you know you can do. You can do magic anytime. There's a limited number of factors since the planetary day and allen for instance right so the seven days of the week each each day of the week goes with a particular planet the first hour of that day vibes with that planet also so sunrise on the day of that planet always a magical time. You can do prayers to mars. Every tuesday at dawn and they're going to be a little more powerful than just if he just randomly picked any any time during the day. But then if you get another set of factors the more factors get all lining up for that particular purpose more our there isn't that prayer so you can get. I mean as far as bears though. That was a mac daddy of prayer. Yo i'm mean. It changed his life by changing his life. It changed the world you know and so To say that you know. I'm setting up levels of magic here to say that prayers are like some kind of lesser. Magic doesn't mean that prayers can't be miraculous because they can sometimes that's all it takes is the right prayer at the right time and it changes everything Generally speaking you know most prayers are just that they're sort of like the everyday prayers that keep a dialogue really what the function of prayer to me is to keep a relationship talking to. You're talking to your spouse. You know you keep that relationship alive through dialogue and your dialogue with god goddess. Whatever is the same way you have to keep it alive and one of the ways you do that as the prayer And it's not just prayer as asking for things it's prayer as listening. Show me the way. Tommy why you need me etc right okay So then on the next level we have a paper towel has been you can because paper is generally less durable than like stone or metal thought to be a little more durable than a prayer prayer. Goes out into the where to go. You got this piece of paper with the symbols on it. That's something you can touch hold feel the effects last longer exactly how long nobody knows. Don't let anybody tell you the papers. Ausman has nine months and five days. Come on man. You can't know that this. That's why i get kind of upset with about some of these things. People get super specific about the. Has this really every single. Time on man i it's laughable to mid but you know in general yeah it makes sense. That's a little more durable than a prayer a little less durable peace of style right. I'll tell you the truth. One of the most powerful talismans i've ever done has been a paper towel and i didn't even realize why or how at the time it was. I was just getting lot of these factors. All you know going in and it was lined up with my natal chart and it was like boom. Within two days i got like major results And honestly the of that tasman outlived even the existence of the paper towels because at some point. It's like i said unintended consequences. I started since then some unintended consequences. Unlike yeah i mean. I got a lot out very thankful like. Let this paper towels go. Before the unintended consequences began stacking up and outweighing. The i don't know that it necessarily works like that Because the the good both the good and the unintended kept role and after i surrendered thousand so to flying. So you know But generally speaking less durable Permanence housman would be when you carve something in stone right. People say it all. The time is carved in stone means for good. You know unless of course you break the stone like moses. Moses came down and saw people acting like those broke down So there's that but now so there's sort of three level so if you've got an election where you go okay you know there's this there's a few things up your There's i'm not so sure. If i want the unintended consequences for now. Let's try paper talisman and then you know You know if there are any unintended consequences. It won't be as bad. Because i won't have to live with them as long and generally speaking anytime. The outer planets are involved. You know you're gonna have unintended consequences because guess what. Those planets revolve around the sun in periods equal to or greater them human lifespan. So hello as generally gonna beyond. You know zola times you see for instance generational stuff showing us through the our planets right. There's a whole lot. We could get into here. And i and i outline all of this in my reports with you know You can sign up for those for ten bucks a month at this moment Some point i got raise my prices man because i had the same prices for like. I can't even remember how long it's been a long time doing this a long time. Almost almost the saturn cycle now so at some point. I got a raise my prices but right now it's ten bucks a month In any event. I think we kind of leapfrogged really. The first level as i said prayer and petition is basically a way of keeping the relationship alive keeping the relationship going but devotional Stuff you know. Sacrifice being so planetary. What's called planetary. Charity is an idea that comes from the east. They have a lot more. That you know Joe tissues mel lot more a lot. More sort of for lack of better term tools at their disposal for mitigating the Of of difficult places in the natal chart And one of them is the idea of planetary charity in other words and this is particularly true. I think planetary charities particularly true when you're dealing with a monolithic planet. There's unintended consequences. You know and those are gonna be Tough to deal with And or a planet that's either ability or has squares oppositions in your natal chart right there's unintended consequences with those two when you're working with those and so a lot of people say don't do magic with you got one of those certainly. Don't do a permanent towels because you're going to be setting yourself up for maybe you'll get some good but maybe the battle be just as much as the good and like. Do you really wanna do that to yourself So there's an idea that. Hey if you if you develop a relationship good relationship with the planning burst you can ameliorate some of the karma that gave you that nato relationship and then maybe you can start working with the planet at another level so planetary charity is just like it sounds you. Basically you engage you. Well i you take a vow and you do this. At a magical time you set up a contract with with the So you can set up a contract with mars. In this case in mars you know Out of respect for you and out of a desire to enact your energy more constructively in the world i would like to Make offer ends in your honor. And i'm gonna give this many offerings this this much of offering this many times and in return. I would ask that you help me be more clear channel more constructive for your energies. Okay pretty simple concept and really. This should be the should probably be a number one anytime. You're working with magic really. If we're respectful in. We're talking about god's are you gonna ask are you going to for instance you know. Do you go and ask a powerful person for their help. Without giving them a guest the time right even if that gives this just your you know your respective showing a one time cetera. Et cetera standards the law. Reciprocity demands that we Show respect when we're dealing with ours are beyond us. Whether it'd be another person certainly for god right so now all this brings me to our our opening. Jeez that we have this very powerful five window in december for Capitulating mars It's like i said you you can. You can Mars on mars day. An hour for those of you aren't familiar. Planetary hours are just just that them but rather than ours on the clock. That are always sixty minutes what you do is you divide and the exact amount of daylight and then you assign each one of those intervals. Which right now. It's a little bit more than an hour because Oh sorry the nights are longer. Because we're past the iguanas. So nocturnal bit longer in the daylight hours shorter So right now. It's a little bit less than our stay. tom But you divide those up and they get assigned to the planet's you know like i said the first hour of the day at sunrise is mars and then we go through the planets and then we come back around to mars generally somewhere around tuition the afternoon. One two o'clock in the afternoon you get back around to the planet or the day after sunset get another hour of that planet where it's so you get three windows really effectively each day at sunrise afternoon evening where you have planetary day planetary our in any one of those. Three windows is sets up the basic Conditions for some people say you can do magic just in a planetary our fact for some reason it seems like the planetary. Our was considered more important than the planetary day they would if you have the planetary our that's a must have planetary day is kind of a bonus not sure why that is But to me like to have both and so any. That's why sunrise in such a times the day an hour of that planner and So and then if you get so then if you get the planet also that's rising at the ascendant right. The planet is just coming into visibility or the planet is culminating the mid heaven that would be another factor And it's you get all three of those things happening at the same time. Wow you've got you've got three Powerful factors coming together. And then if you get where the planet is in one of its essential dignities manning. It's signed that it rules or it's a sign that it has exultation and or trip listening dignity or ounce or face need dignity so if you get those four factors together as thirty zero. We're getting more and more of the stuff we're after nevertheless unintended consequences More power for stuff whereafter And that's what's coming up is that In the month of december On tuesdays in the evening in the evening hour of mars will be combination. Mars will be aries. It'd be an assigned that rolls mars will be at the men heaven and it'll be mars day and mars so before things coming together And there's an there's yet another factor that might be more powerful than all of these that that kicks this thing off. Tell you about your But basically that's what's going on is that And interestingly there's five weeks where Mars mars is near the men have been at the first and the fifth week at the you know It's it's right at the it's near the hour and so there's is just shy of the mid heaven wait one and we live close enough In weeks two. Three and floor mars is on the mid heaven in the our So you have an exact alignments For three weeks. And then you have a close one beginning and end in these this ragweed so it's a wonderful time and it's the season of getting so people aren't going to think you're weird for giving 'em stuff right. Isn't that a shame right. You know So you go back to in the beginning where we said you know all those things. Like for instance planetary charity on me. What more deserving charity could give them to You know our veterans right. These people go over and risked their lines for our safety and they come back. Oftentimes they suffer from. Ptsd in there's an epidemic of of um suicides amongst our veterans. and i think it's a damn shame that we ask so much of these people and give them so little when they come home. You know i know for sure. That has affected my personal bests than tremendously. My grandfather went to world war two and when he came home he was not equipped for this world. Anymore and You know that can down to my father and my me and my brothers are still feeling that so you know if you asked me that would be the alternate charity But anybody who is you. Good for instance Give somebody who's in active duty Give him some red wine and the red need or red hat anything. Read write this kind of thing but remember. The numbers for mars is fine. So a five twenty five or the are the novels for mars so you can make abou- with mars I'm gonna give you know Five dollars or twenty five dollars five times or Or i'm gonna yeah are you can. Yeah something like that. Five hundred twenty-five any multiples of that You know and so you can set up this contract now. Here's the thing. Do not break that contract. Because if you do it's going to be worse for you than it did nothing at all but if you keep the contract you're going to get the benefits. I wanted to give you the rest of ours numbers real quick before we move on so um and show you another page from the december magical report here so this is the magical swear mars is five by five which means there's twenty five cells total and then the the numbers are of range so that in if you go in any direction up down or across or diagonal they all had the same number in that is sixty five and the grand total of all the numbers is three twenty five. So mars is magical. Numbers are five twenty five sixty five and three twenty five so you can make a vow contract with lars to to give Any of those numbers and it might be might be by things rather than five dollars gonna get five. You know I nuggets is you know Soldiers you know bottle of wine. And he's the redmi you know. Just thank them for their service or or what have you But you can use those numbers and but once you made that contract you gotta stick to it Now you know people get people get sort of you know and they said well what happens if i don't do it in the mars day an hour. We'll just do it as best you can. But keep the numbers. Keep the contract. You know if you miss the day and our one time. I don't think ours is going to get too upset about that. With the main thing is that you do what you said you were going to do. You can do it in the day and our even better and these days would be internet. Mean why the heck night you can push a button and there. He goats mars mars. Our dank done. Thank you great mars. You know and and there you go now. I'm gonna show you a reason. Why beginning this this planetary charity And making this contract with mars on december burs is particularly powerful on. This is a really special time and this is this is. This is how i knew that it was the right time to talk with the all about mars because the way this thing came together was really magical I've been doing this work. Understanding the astronomy of planets. And you can see in my other videos where talk about these loops. That plans may. And i've been doing this for years and trying to piece together theory that works and i got to tell you the dense this year proven that this theory words may be under doubt because every time that planets have crossed the ecliptic had three across the equipment. Going down needs time. That was a big wave of corona virus. And then now we have. Were korean mars crossing up And there's there's another wave with there's also Potentially more positive developments so the so the this theory works. I'm absolutely convinced of it. And what's really fascinating is that You know i have this. I do this a sacred astronomy. And i've been figuring out like you know that the times when planets crossed the ecliptic plan. I've been saying for a while. People talk about all the shadow of the retrograde and basically what they're talking about is when a planet passes the stationary point where it will eventually station. That's the beginning of some shadow period. I don't buy into that. Because it's it's nebulous. And i think it's it's the way it's used as often to instill era people and i don't like that and i've been saying i think the times when it crosses the ecliptic or more important of in san that for a while and this year has shown that these ecliptic crossings absolutely very important And then but see been doing that. And then i've been doing the magic and then see them as like. I said like different parts of my chart. Different parts of my practice. Whatever and all of a sudden the two games i was. I was looking for something else entirely and i was kinda speed reading through the pika tricks This book is a medieval grim yards collection of magical knowledge from all kinds of these arabic. Persian astrologers put together. And i was reading in there for those looking for something else working on my magic or all of the sudden unlike. I'm going along jews. You scanning in our wait a minute. They were just talking about planetary nodes in omitting grim. Wire i was like. Are you kidding me. A look. Back over like yeah. That's exactly what they're saying. So i'll read you the passage it's it's astounding That this showed up when it did because it was just in time to share with y'all this this this exact thing that this passage is talking about it like it came into my awareness just in time so that i could share it with everybody so this. This is from the John michael greer christopher warnock translation On the hardback. have it. It's on page fifty one It's book three chapter five if you have another version okay. And they're talking about Basically they're talking about How and why magic words in sort of the And then they start getting into more specifics on one of the specifics of they talked about. They say now. The hull foundation of these operations is in observing. The motions of the planets and constellations is all based on astronomy astrology thus the ancient greek stages were accustomed to observe a plan watching until it was in its proper. And i'm and murder this word. Sorry but Sorry and really sorry. But i don't know gu's mahar Ghezali ge e. a. h. a. r. zohar is these are Lazar gives her something like that And there's a footnote here says a transliteration of the arabic astrological terms i would say astronomical but also shot joe joe's here or planetary node the points at which the planet's apparent path seen trough intersect the clinton like. Now i've been talking about this for three or four four years now since like twenty seventeen given lectures talks but he's things are important and here it. Is this in the last place. Our inspected There it is so they say. The ancient greek sages were Accustomed to observing planning watching dillard within its proper. Who's that is crossing the cryptic plane. They placed it in the degree of the mid. Heaven burned incense appropriate to the planet for mars. That would be like something. Hot like also herbs like nedal fissile and stuff like that that have thorns on them I and then The burned incense appropriate to the planet made sacrifices with prayers likewise corresponding to that planet. So be see. This is what i'm telling you though. They did planetary charity And ask that whatever they will they would obtain okay And so that's what's interesting is that this is. This is what happens. This is what happened to kick off this five weeks of mars culminating at the time when in its side its day and it's our it's also going to be right on the a good plane on the berries i know and i think that alone is probably more powerful than than those than those. Those three things divined. Its signed day an hour. I think the fourth one is probably as as powerful as all three at. Lowe's buy as what i Because i've seen it to be very powerful in and of it so you know They also said to work similarly with the planet was rising and similarly accomplished what they will so you can do it. Also with planet rising. But what's interesting about that. And i think it's basically because Aries is a sign of short ascension. That is it. It rises faster because the ecliptic is rising more In a vertical way so comes across the senate more more quickly There's only three weeks you'll get mars rising Our as day an hour. You get in fact you get those two that are kind of close martin's kinda close to the mid heaven at the first one in the third one. It's only one whereas exactly on the ascendant in its day in it's our so it it makes sense to start with the bed heaven You can also do the rising and you know you. Can you can calculate these planetary hours. In fact they have to be calculated for your location. That's why i'm not sharing with you. Do it on this day at this time because it has to be changed your location so you can look up plans area. Our calculator just google. That and you'll you'll have what you need But this this jazz a here you know I was so excited. When i found out about this and i have a friend. Who's on the sufi. And she told me that basically zahir means of rising from being grievously hidden or being more manifest or. And what's interesting about that. Is that the that means. There's you know the translations said at one of its nodes. i'm gonna. i'm gonna contradict that because from what my friend said of the arabic zahir meaning more manifest that would specifically be the now orphaned and it would make sense with the strategy theory in general that we work with the north not regarded avoided south but because in the northern hemisphere when atlantic crosses its north. No that means it's in north latitude. it's more visible. It's it's visible longer. Here's an example. If mars is is conjuncture conjunctiva ascendant right. The ecliptic plane is rising mars. is dan south latitude. That means over here relative to the equipment. The degree of mars could be rising but mars would actually be down here not seeing when it's in south latitude. If mars and north latitude mars will actually rise visibly before the degree of mars reaches the assembly. So it's visible longer when it's in north latitude and so i think this passage is specifically talking about mars crossing the ecliptic heading north at its north note and that's what's happening on december first And so this is really really powerful. Time share graphic with you to show you a little bit more about this. Hang on one second. Okay so let me let me show you what. This looks like astronomically. I think this explains a lot of the way that this particular mars acids through areas has has the. Hey so you can see here in this map this this line going across the middle of the diagram. That is the ecliptic plane. Okay that is eclectic. Plan is the path of the earth's orbit around the sun. Now we see that as the path of the sun through voter so visually. The sun is the clipping. But it's actually be earth's the earth is the one movie right so the it the ecliptic is the earth the earth plane and it makes sense that when planet is exactly on the earth land. It's like injecting its energy directly into your lane. That's powerful stuff. It's like getting a shot rather than taking a bill right. If you're taking a bill you have to digest that stuff it has to go in your bloodstream. You get a shot a lot faster acting. It's allow more powerful you know so Mars has been below the ecliptic plane in south latitude all year long. Well since wearing which is interesting in of itself right. Mars cross out. The mars is the planet of You know diseases and stuff like that because they generally have been after worse right Often the dead rotting bodies wasn't source of the disease so mars going into south. Latitude in february is an interesting coincidence. Because that's about the time when all this stuff virus Became big concern globally Mars has been in south latitude in that it stops on a dime. It does retrograde now while it's going retrograde it's actually increasing in latitude it's moving north moving towards the ecliptic. It stops again makes a quick turn and then rose up across the equipped to plan on december first first time. It's been north since her. So you see this this crossing penetrating ecliptic plan. It's like the shot of mars energy but it's a. It's a more positive form of mars energy than we've had all summer and you know the other thing is earlier in the year mars was either a morning star which means it's like really active and more aggressive because in the morning you know there's this yang energy going out and starting the day now. Mars is as the evening star. Which in in terms of Classical astrology mars belongs to the nocturnal sect big because why because it chills him out of it so mars. So if we're talking about using chart with mars at the mid heaven which i'll show you that chart let's see. So this is the chart that i'm used. And for december. I you know in my location happens to be about eight forty five pm which is just a couple minutes before the mars our ends and you can see mid heaven is not quite tomorrow yet but it's pretty close pretty darn close there And so i get myself a couple of minutes. Because you know if i'm behind or whatever in my my workings or gives me a little grace period So eight forty five pm december first. That's waynesville you need. To calculate the time to mars is on the bed heaven and the planetary hours for your location. There's links in the report with which to do that. I make it easy for my people. There's count the united. Said you could google you know planetary our calculator will. There's a link to it right there in the report You see the sun is down. Here is a nocturnal chart. So right away. Mars is already less problematic. Because it's in an upturn chart and it's part of the nocturnal team along with Venus and the moon okay. So mars is or isn't a nocturnal chart It's evening star. One thing about the evening star is chills. it out also in the sense of like morning comes first. Evening comes later so classically planets that were in their evening star apparition were said the the effects were somewhat delayed. So that's the other thing is that it's an end Because when something's delayed generally not as intense as when it does right and seeing so mars is in a nocturnal jarred. It's evening starts a little more chilled out than it was earlier in the year when it was either morningstar or registering And then we have these five and it and it's but it's right on the clinton plan so it's really intensely aligned with the earth so this is a wonderful time to make a contract with mars and say hey mars. I really wanted to do your energy more constructively. I wanna do in a way. That's good for everyone including me. Maybe especially being right. Can't help anybody else less. Help and saw So i'm going to agree to use your sacred numbers. Five twenty five sixty five three twenty five on this many Donations for this. Total amount and In return you're going to help me be better at at you right. Pretty simple But this is buried powerful window because ours is crossing that plan. i winded. Show you this other thing to wanted to show you the the larger view. She can see how what i was saying about. Mars being All year long. So here's where mars crossed the ecliptic. Go sao right around february for years. Mars directly on the equipment and notice out see how venus is below the ecliptic. Look at the moon way down here. See planets are rarely actually on the ecliptic. Most of the time they're either above or below the the plane. Jupiter and saturn are pretty well on the right now because they just crossed their south nodes in february so there was a there was power time where mars and saturn crossing the Heading south were both mallet. Birds When the pandemic yet he conceded mars crosses in wears mars processing zahle. Right here in the stars of ocu gets the serpent bearer you know and so this against speaks to questions of Poison toxicity The place where mayer's cross So then mars is south all the rest of the year getting further further further south now south has do with as i said it's less visible now when things are not visible there we deal with them more subjectively when things are more visible said we can point to it there it is you see it. It's objective there's something we can point to. We can talk about. We have we can share an experience of something when something's less visible. It's more subjective. And i think that's what's been going on. This year's everybody thinks they know. And maybe in a subjective sense they do know for them what's going on but as far as objectively is shared consensus reality. I don't know what that were there yet. I don't really think we know exactly what's going on just yet. And it's won't be until mars crosses the ecliptic plane right marcus. Further further further sal stops and then comes back and then after stations crosses the plane into north latitude and i think that's when we're going to begin to be able to more objectively see more and more what's actually going on and has some kind of shared objective reality about what's going on And so that's one of the things that you can maybe get remember. Marzieh's dry are says. It's not that that i'm after right so dry. It equals objective to in a sense of like you know something works for dumb or a win. It does work. It works this much not that much. So we're i think we're gonna get a lot more objective knowledge about what's going on after mars move ensue north latitude a lot more than we've had for a while now. Okay so one. More thing i want to share with y'all before it finish up here This so there's l- The reason one of the reasons why magic works is because it's part of a tradition and There's a there's a bunch of tools that a lot of people have used over time in a shared resource. Aides house is that's why thousands related and there's different symbols and stuff that go along with mars And but i thought it would be cool to create assiduously for mars magical schedule from the actual astronomy of this particular crossing. So you can see here that Here's the the black line that that is exactly where that's the ecliptic plane and here's the path of mars as it relates the the decline and then there's mars right at the crossing on december first and i thought you know the astronomy itself could be the magical schedule your invoking this particular path of mars crossing the ecliptic plane So i thought that that was something that we like and by the way. If you're listening to this on the audio you wanna see visuals two ways you can get that you can check out my site and consider signing up for the monthly reports two dollars a month. There's also levels. You can sign up at a level where you get not just the monthly reports but also the Ability to access me at a reduced rate of only a dollar a minute at as it stands And you can sign up at another rate where you can access recordings of all the stuff i've been doing for like a decade now and that's another level The other way is just tune into youtube channel. Where all these video. Where this podcast has been recorded in video warm and you can see the visuals that have been referencing. Fear okay well. i think we've gone. Well beyond mars is our here. The good news about that as we go into the sun tip breath So it's not something that we necessarily are worried about on lev- on and also i think it's more about when we begin to begin the operation at the elected time you go over out. See any problem with that You know and being jupiter person by nature pretty much always the case with me so anyways This is. I'm excited about this. Feel like if weekly get mars dialed in on a more constructive level individually. That'd be a really great contribution actually to the collective right now because they're so much division and so much like Shadow projection out there. And everybody's evil if they don't do everything in particular order that my you know religion says they must in all this really man. We're going back to that sir. I don't you know. I don't particularly see that as constructive so i'm hoping that This is a way to help. People engaged mars in a more constructive way. And maybe we can all You know experience Better vives from ours going into Twenty twenty one. So that's that's my hope for this and And this is my. This is my charity right. This is i agree. I made a contract with mars last night. Must share all this stuff with y'all for free and and omnishare even more with my subscribers right and and And i'm also gonna do i own. I own version of this charity. That will saw about as well but this is you know this is an if you think about it. You know this is why there is kind of a double edged sword. Because you know it's it's a powerful thing to give away things you know Into entice people to come in and get more As a cockle marketing tool that a lot of people used to great effect but in the spiritual world sometimes. There's this expectation that oh you should just give me all of it for free like almost as if we don't even have a right to make a living and it's like it gets carried a little too far where charlotte aren't getting paid. What they're worth so You know there's a there's a limit to To to that but given the the power of giveaway power of charity is absolutely well worth engaging with as a way to get started And so that's what we're doing here rather than as a marketing tool as a as a sacred act which should be more power. So that's it for this time. I hope you've enjoyed everything. And um i hope that you'll continue tuning. Yeah you know like us on facebook Subscribe to the podcast. Check out my website dream. Astrologer dot com and all that good stuff all. I'm going to be writing a series of articles for mountain astrologer back in touch with those folks And we've got an agreement to do A series of articles on the mercury elemental year so beyond the lookout for that. What other good stuff. Like coming up That's it for now but be on the lookout for that and Thanks for joining in and bright blessings of the red one. Thanks for tuning in own. I'd love to hear y'all stories of how this planetary charity works out in top demand january. About what this experience was like for you. I would love to hear that it's always. It's kind of fuel for my fire that keeps me and keeps me doing these things so be sure to check back in on the on the backside this now i'm sure it's gonna to be powerful experience for a lot of all right. Brian blessings marschall till next time.

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NASA Mars Mission Updates

SPACE NEWS POD

10:33 min | 2 years ago

NASA Mars Mission Updates

"Hey, space news pod listeners if you wanna show your opinions give feedback or tell me what you're thinking said me, a voice message voice messages, earn easy way for you to send me audio the might end up in a future episode of the space news, pod voice messages are the latest feature from anchor the platform, I used to make this podcast if you have an idea for an episode if you want me to cover something, you can send me a voice message right now from wherever you're listening, just tap. The Lincoln my show notes. And I can't wait to hear from you to order listening to the space news pod. So that means you like podcasts and you probably like music too. So on Spotify, you can listen to all of those things, all your podcasts, and all of your music in one place in, you don't need a premium account. They have a huge catalog of podcasts on every topic including space news pod. You can follow your favorite podcast. He never miss episodes. Download episodes. Listen to off line and easily share what you're listening to with your friends with Spotify integrations with. Social media platforms like Instagram. So just searched for space news pod on the Spotify app. Browse podcasts in the your library tab and follow me. So you never miss an episode of space news. Pot Spotify, the world's leading music, streaming service in now it can be your go-to for podcasts too. Hello. And welcome back to the space news pod. A daily podcast for space science in tech. My name is will Walden and today on this episode, I'm going to be talking about Nasr's future Mars missions, and current Mars missions like the Mars reconnaissance orbiter. But I, I wanna tell you about what's going to be happening on Monday. I did my first interview with somebody in that somebody is Dr David warm flash on Twitter. You can check him out at cosmic evolution. He's a he's a writer. He's an author. He's a doctor and we talk about his new book. It's called moon an illustrated history from ancient myths to the colonies of tomorrow. But we don't just talk about the moon. We talk about upcoming Mars missions, a little bit of space, politics, and some other stuff in there, too. But there's a lot of. About the moon. So if you're interested in that mixture to listen on Monday to the episode with Dr David warm flesh, and I'll be posting the full video interview on our YouTube channel YouTube dot com slash space news pod. So I got a news alert from NASA at JPL the Jet Propulsion Laboratory about their new Mars twenty twenty Rover updates in the a picture of the ship of the craft is going to be taking the Rover to Mars the ship. It's about the size of let's just say, like a I don't know, seven to eight person hot tub. If that makes sense where you're not cramped, like you have a lot of room, it's like a like a like a larger hot tub. It suspended by cables, there's a cruise stage which will power guide, the March twenty twenty spacecraft during its seventh month seven month trip to Mars. And below that there's an arrow shell which will protect the vehicle during cruise as well as during the crazy fire descent into the Martian atmosphere. In. You might remember something like the descent from curiosity, which was this like a seven minute, descent, where it's fiery, it's really really hot in it. Looks like the craft is gonna burn up in the atmosphere, but survives in, then we have great science going on Mars. But inside of that shell. There is a rocket powered descent stage and it has a Rover in there, too. But right now it's just a, a standing Rover for the time being until they actually lost the mission because they don't want to put the actual Rover in there did want a cocoon it up right now. They want to wait until the actual mission. They'll put it in and then the flight up to Mars in the actual Rover that's got to be going to Mars is getting its final assembly and GPL's high bay one cleanroom right now. So it's not complete. That's what Stanton is there just to make sure everything fits for when the actual Rover is done goes in the show, they send it off. And it says here that the Mars twenty twenty spacecraft was tested in the twenty five foot wide eighty foot tall, which is eight meter by twenty six meter chamber in the same configuration, it will begin while flying through interplanetary space, the twenty twenty Rover carries an entirely new suite of instruments, including a sample caching system. The. Will collect samples of Mars for return to earth on subsequent missions, this mission will launch from Cape Canaveral air force station in Florida in July of twenty twenty in landed Jezero creator on February. Eighteenth of twenty twenty one. So if all goes, well will probably start getting some science from this thing in March of twenty twenty one and want to get back from this break. I'm gonna talk about Marzieh's m aro, which is the Mars reconnaissance orbiter and held many trips. It made around the red planet. It's a crazy number. So get ready. Hi everyone. I would've let you know about inker dot FM. It's where I host by podcast in, I find that it's the easiest place to do that. And it gives you everything that you need in one place, for free, which you can start. Podcasting from your phone, or from your computer. You don't need special crazy equipment to start doing it. You can talk into your phone video, editing equipment that costs thousands of dollars to start a podcast, you can do it from anywhere in when you're done, recording your episode anchored at FM will distribute it. So it can be hard everywhere on Spotify. Apple podcast Google podcasts. Stitcher, every place that podcasts can be heard, and you can make money with your podcast. It's pretty simple. There's no minimum listenership to start making money with anchor. So if you wanna make a little bit of money while having a cool podcast, while download the ANC rep or go to anchor up FM to get started. So Mars recounts, orbiter collects daily science about the planet surface at atmosphere, including detailed views with its high resolution image science experiment. Camber the high rise and it's powerful enough to see surface features the size of a dinner room table from one hundred eighty six miles above the surface in just a -ccomplish a really crazy milestone, it has done sixty thousand loops around Mars and on average, the M R O takes a hundred and twelve minutes to circle Mars in goes about two miles per second. That's three point four kilometers per second. It goes really, really fast. And it's not just a hot rod. It doesn't just go fast around Mars. It collects daily weather data it probes the subsurface for ice and the. This data that they get from this reconnaissance orbiter. Well, they can use that data for designing future missions that will take humans to the surface of the red planet in the future, and it doesn't just do its own science. It works as a relay. So it's a network of relays the being data back to earth from Nastase Mars. Rovers Landers, and later this month, the MRI will hit another milestone, it will have relayed one tear bit of data mainly. From Mars is curiosity Rover. So if you've ever seen, you know, sell fees from curiosity, or, you know, the surface of Mars, they have really great photos, Anastas website in on the social media channels, while the empire, oh, probably helped with that helped relay those images back to earth. Dan, Johnston in Nasr's JPL in Pasadena, California. He's the project manager over there. He said, MRI has given scientists in the. Public new perspective of Mars. We've also supported Nastase fleet of Mars surface missions. A loving them to send their images and discoveries back to scientists on earth. And also during landings of crafts on Mars, while the MRI takes pictures. It'll take pictures of these landings. It'll take pictures of the lending sites before they actually get there to make sure that nothing has changed, and make sure that everything is okay. And you know, and then they make decisions based on the photos from R O, and other orbiters. And also, not just before the landing though, make sure that the Lander got their properly in the make sure they'll take photos of the, of the Landers, and make sure that, you know, they didn't collide with the surface because instruments on the lenders could be wrong. You know, there could be some, some damage to some of the instruments. It does happen. And those instruments could be wrecked on their way, you know when they hit the surface. So am I rose there to take photos of Landers? Make sure they got there in one piece. Make sure that everything's good. Make sure that the parachute didn't deploy over the actual Lander in ruin all of the science. So I'm arose there for numerous reasons and they just got sixty thousand laps around Mars. So I wanna say thank you to everyone who subscribe to this podcast if you haven't subscribed yet. Police hit the subscribe button, if you'd like space science in tech, because it happens every single day on the space news pod. Also, thank you to patriot patrons patriot dot com slash space news podcast. And also, thank you for taking the time out of your day to spend it here with me on the space news pod. I'm your host will Walden and I will see you soon.

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Episode 096 - Our preferred beverages - Work preferences

Front End Happy Hour

55:38 min | 1 year ago

Episode 096 - Our preferred beverages - Work preferences

"Walk into a brand new episode of the Front Unhappy. Our podcast in today's up so this is inspired by a tweet one of our listeners. Saying that we should talk about how we all were kind of like our preferences. What makes us productive? Is it better to work from home? Work in the office kind of the pros and cons so I think it's an interesting question that we can all discuss today before we jump in. Let's give introduction of today's panelists. Agus you WANNA start it off sure. names Augusta soon of a software engineer at twitch. Hi I'm Marsha Leeann. I am a software engineer in the bay area and all my thoughts are my own. Today they are going to be capitalised. I'm stacy London. I'm a senior engineer at Atlassian. And all my thoughts are Marzieh's non capitalized non capitalism right. That's like a trademark now. And I'm Ryan Burgess I me- soffer engineering manager at Net flicks in each of the front end happier podcast. We like to choose a keyword that if it's mentioned at all in the episode we will all take a drink. What did we decide today's keyword is preference preference? So if we say the word preference preferences anything along those lines we will all take a drink all right. Well let's jump in. A great way to start is even from the question that was tweeted at us was really like work from home or work from the office pros and cons. What do each of you prefer maybe it? Maybe it varies too. I'm interested to hear your thoughts. Capital T. exclamation point. That's really tough. I think really depends on the type of work that I would be doing. And also depending also how far away your office might be really plays into your preferences shoes. I don't know sometimes if I'm doing work where involves like a lot of coordinating and it sort of? We're still trying to figure out a way. Forward being the officers really nice and really easy because I find that working over slack can be very difficult Heads Down Work? I know what I'm doing. I just need to code. No one bothered me then. Working from home is sort of kind of kind of the preferred way to do it. I don't know but it'd be isolating I find sometimes. If you're working from home it can be really isolating. That's definitely been my feeling on the work from home. Aspect IS. I show some Improv. Very similar is by something. I need to be heads down. It's a great thing no interruptions I know some people even get distracted at home. I'm fine I'm like I'll just like end up working more because I'm just like I don't need to move. I'm no one's interrupting me and I keep going but I do find it isolated. I worked remote for a year and a half for one company. I worked there for years and then had moved in there like We'll keep you on remote and that was this is great but in the long run it it just became super isolating like to the point where my wife would come home and I'd be like Oh let's talk and she's like I've been talking all day and it's like but I hadn't really talked to anyone. I'd just been coding all day so I I didn't really enjoy that so I I actually prefer to be in the office and then as a manager. It's very difficult to be working from home. I find that is actually. You can do it but I don't like to do it. They can avoid it if I'm trying to run a meeting or even calling into means it's just not that great hangouts how they need to be better. Like there's there's always some technical issue So I don't really like dealing with prefer to be in the office. I'm definitely one of those people who cannot focus because I've I'm the type of person who associates and areas. This is my area. This is my area where I sleep or something like that so I was one of those kids who who never worked in their dorms. I always went to the library. I I feel pretty similar. I focusing far more at work but I totally respect people who can focus at home and prefer to work from home. What if you had like a dedicated like desk area or space or would it still feel yes? I think that is probably the if I had a better work dedicated area in my place. I probably could work from home totally. I also sometimes what I wanted to work from home. I worked for a coffee shop or something cool. Yeah G. Like is it. Maybe something with the noise and stuff around to be a coffee shop kind of feels like an open space for meats like watching other people working helps me like I duNNo. Everyone's working so hard you know. I'm GonNa work hard kind of thing whereas if I'm at home like Teddy Bears Chilling. That's awesome that looks comfy. I don't WanNa be work ready. Yeah I I've never worked at a job where I'm remote fulltime like. I've never been a remote only employees. I've had some jobs where the team that I was on was distributed across the globe. So one team. I was on once had like a person in England a person and Canada a person me in the US and Some people in India and so that was really distributed and I did end up working from home like three days two days a week. It was like and then in office a couple. My manager was in the office in the US so that was nice to like kind of catch up with him. I thought that was actually a good balance like I got some people interaction In the office and then days to concentrate Remote I like I like that balance. I was Nice I am opposite I think. Probably AUGUSTA'S I. I feel like I'm a dog. Where like you see a squirrel squirrel like open office plans or so distracting for me. Because I'll be like someone would just walk by and be like. Oh what Oh and then you're like no. Why are you even carrying that? Someone just walked by but like it's in my peripheral vision. It's some sort of weird distraction so it's visual noise absolutely like it's not even that they're talking to you like it's could just catch your eye and that can be very distraction so that alone. I was like I think I was joking with someone. Wants about making horse blinders for open office for humans to wear this thing but Hate it and the noise people. Talking is also a distraction for me that I have a hard time. Not Paying attention to it has nothing to do with me but like it's in the area. Oh what's what are they talking about and I'm just like Oh. My Gosh focused vote write some code. Put your headphones on to try and block of the Audio. You need these blinders though. Thank God audio covered. But you need the visual binders. All right I feel like there's an invention out there something like a almost ten wraps from your head to the Monitor. Do you mean like maybe a cubicle. Cuban see I don't like you because I think they're I feel like enclosed or maybe it's because it just feels very like corporately Saikia. Here's my box and like I don't know what it is. I would much prefer to be like all sitting at one desk. I don't I mean I like my own space but there's something that I just have never really liked about the tall high wall yes. You don't get the visual Noise but it's it's I don't like those either as an option though. I don't know that I'd WANNA ten around my head to look. I have a solution Just give every employee their own office. I expect that tomorrow. Thank you very much. I mean some companies have that I don't always creek. I don't know that I'd want that. Wasn't that like thing. Really Stack overflow. The creators were like he's written a lot of articles about that kind of stuff. Having your own office privacy ability to focus. I'm you know I. I don't know that I would want it. I feel like it feels like a bigger barrier to enter. And so you can't just turn to a colleague and ask them a question and to the point that could be an interruption to them So I can see the argument against that but yet going into someone's offices now become this like beer barrier and especially like often times. It's like a manager of IPE EAR director. They have the office but everyone else doesn and like I would opt out of that. I wouldn't want it I feel like it. Yeah it just makes it feel like a different it. It goes to our previous episode where it makes it maybe like feel a little higher article or I don't know power dynamic. I'd like to turn around slowly at my leather chair. In mahogany desks. Excuse me what would you like very busy right now back? Would you turn around or would be facing the doorway probably space take a seat smoke a pipe mysterious like this? This office is getting pretty bad ass. It would also include a secret door through the bookshelf bookcase to. Where do you have a bathroom in this room too? 'cause like that's pretty cool. I never WANNA leave. It could have like the madman style. Where you've got coached becomes. Its own apartment. That are you working in? This is true Mars. This is very true department or from an often you can have a bar at. Its Message Very Mad. Man. Yeah Yeah. Maybe you're convincing me. Office is good idea big enough. Yeah yeah but I still the I'm I'm I see some problems with the open office. I definitely do but I I almost prefer I honestly do I. I've worked at places where I've had the somewhat cubicle reef had like maybe like a couple of feet wall it's not very big. It's just kind of wraps your desk a bit which can block some of the visual noise till the very high cubicles definitely didn't like those two even like were. It was just sitting on a long desk. Had that a couple times where you're just like you just have enough room for your monitor. Maybe a little extra room on your size and then next to you is someone else so I find. It doesn't bother me too much. I'm all through headphones on the visual noise doesn't bother me too much either but one thing. I do hate is when you're back faces people not that. I care that they're looking at my monitor but the lake someone approaching you and you got your headphones on. That is offices. This is lizard brain stuff right. This is like I'm in the middle of nowhere. I am vulnerable this dangerous really deep animal stuff in our brains that I have not safe. You know something about it feels very uncomfortable and it's somewhat related but if you're open offices like arranged in aisles the people who are always next to the kind of walking area definitely have it the worst because the most prone to be having someone say hey. How's it going where you make a high contact? That's about to. Oh I just opened invitation accidentally. Yes I will say like at times because I do sit there actually there that kind of occasion many times. I preferred working from home like because people have honestly always come up to me to say hi and it can be very disruptive higher distracting me. I I just moved to for a new team and the floors kind of filling up and there's not a lot of space and so the rose that you're talking about this kind of open plan office. They attacked a desk onto the advent which is in the walkway. So like the that personal I think in the personnel to be walked around to go there and they're like oh it's like slow worst nightmare so it was like yeah. We ended up figuring it out and we found someone who works from home quite a bit that they're almost never at their desk so that person got put their them. I'm in the office more so I got Thankfully that was that worked out but I was like this may be the worst open office desk situation location of all time. I think like to me those are ways that you can optimize like I like. You said it's like okay well. This person isn't even in the office that much so you could maybe place them. But I think even just hearing these conversations we have our preferences in I think there's ways to optimize that was preference. Nice but yeah. There's ways that we can as a team like talk about that. It's like there's definitely people who have very strong opinions. Thank you trying to think thoughts Trying to think of a different word of where they sit. And then there's other people you throw them in the middle of the hallway and they're like atom care and so I think there are ways you can try and optimize and be strategic about where people are placed. I guess this you mentioned like Oh. I like working from coffee shops I have for. I don't know what it is. I think just working on the web for Song. I love having multiple monitors and having like my browser in one monitor with the tools open. And then my ID ear like my editor and a different a different monitor and like other things there too and just being able to quickly like look and see everything and I find it more difficult just like I'm a tiny screen to feel as productive. Honestly I am one hundred percent agreement. Which is why I refer working at the office. It's like I don't have that setup at my home either so so for me. It's like coffee shop or home. It's the same screen size so but there are like coffee shops. That are like super distracting. Think the music is way too loud. Even my my my soundless headphones can still hear their music. Which is probably a sign. You know. It's like why is this later. New Music is this a rave. Are you working out of a club? That's interesting though. Like even bringing up the monitors and like higher setup. I'm curious what is ever on setup like what do you prefer like what are must. Have I know Stacey Love Mechanical Keyboards light interesting things that you have set up for your best work? Yeah I guess. I started with the dual monitor things. So yeah that's been a thing. I've got that set up at home as well as the the comfortable way that I'd have to mechanical keyboard which also could prove to be super annoying to your coworkers in an office visit the loudest like the blue keys race. Yeah those are real loud every time typing an e mail. My coworkers are like look over at me. yeah so if you have like if you're surrounded in an open office with like co workers that are also into mechanical keyboards. That's a good thing because then you all kind of Kissel each other beyond like no that's annoys thing. That's going to happen but if you if you work next to someone that can't stand that that's hard right because you might. You might prefer that to be your your keyboard but if if your neighbors like oh it's so loud like dot socks thankfully. I haven't had that yet but I suppose I should probably ask me more. Be More considered one time a coworker. I think she cleverly was trying to bring it up but she said it in a very nice way but was very clever. She came to me when I hear your keyboard. It's just like so satisfying you know hearing all like the little keys and I was like a wire and she sits really far away but that to me is inviting inviting. I was like well. It's really nice but I love it. Does that a subtle out though? I wasn't sure but it made me more aware of it. So Stacey dual monitors mechanical keyboard the final thing which is actually came up today I have There the Bisley stand up desk that everyone has that are electric That's amazing I've always had that and so it's it's really great to be able to lower it to a level because I'm super super short or at least my legs are short. I don't know I for most of my career of not being able to put my legs on the ground like an adult at my desk to be and it's been very frustrating and so when I got like a desks that could be adjustable. I was like Oh my Gosh I put my feet flat on the ground like a grown adults. That's awesome. I feel your pain completely. And so some people I work with have like stands that they'll put their feet onto. Yeah I in. That's the boxes and stuff that I was like. Oh I don't like that. So having that was great and the there's two this is very particular but there's like two models of deaths at work one of them was like a newer one that has like a faux wood grain on and then the one I had was like this sort of thing that one actually goes down further than the other ones and the other one's actually made it so that I couldn't touch the ground anymore and I was like. Can I? Just keep this white dusk because it actually works better for me. And they're like yeah so I rolled over but it stands out only whiteness the C covered stickers. Okay that's interesting. How `Bout Augusta's Mars? What what are your preferences? Oh I'm with stacy monitors I have. I used to have to but where I am now. I have one and I keep campaigning for a larger ones. Maybe one day. I don't remember okay. Not Big Enough. Because that is where. I have one of those at home to actually like the minute. I got an External Monitor in home made working from home a bit more bearable just because it is hard to develop such a tiny screen. I also like the adjustable desks in terms of like being able to switch between standing and sitting and I also recently got a mechanical keyboard which I really actually love but also. I'm in a sea of mechanical keyboards. So it's as well just like jumping on the loudest one though typing very aggressively earlier in my co workers were were looking at me. Yeah I don't know it depends on on the context because at home was like you know there's different comforts and as opposed to being in an office too so I want to echo a lot of things I'll I'll say a few things one is I was. I guess. There's there's like there's very wide screen monitors and I purposely chose not to get that because I don't think a lot of people have those and when I develop for users I wanNA use probably the normal things like I don't think everyone has these gigantic wide screen monitors. I I mean you could just shrink your browser but I like to just do that so I have to external monitors I think the Senate is super helpful. Were sitting all the time. It's really nice to have the option to just stand or I'll just walk around a bit Twitch gives people gaming keyboards but I. I personally like mechanical keyboards. Yeah and I definitely am conscious of the noise Brown switch. I think Brown which is probably the best. Nynex I like. Those are my favorites. Yeah sure but it was around. Yes if you have advice for keyboards. Stacy's acid expert. But I do. Yeah so I've some interesting thoughts. Definitely standing. Desks are great. I think like just having the option and the motorise ones are way better than cranks being able to just like. Set Your Position. And some of them actually. Yeah they lock in position like you just press a number and it goes to that spot which I think is great. Just giving you the auction throughout the day. I don't have a monitor at my desk anymore. Augusta's looking at but have the while you all remember like I. My job is sending emails and breeding dogs. And I'm not at my desk that often. I do have an external monitor at home. Which if I'm working at home I plug it into But I think one of the most important things is a good chair. I think that is one thing I've learned over. The years is even though they're expensive invest in a good chair. It will start to be paying like we're coating for a long time like long hours and you're sitting there it gets or and so I think that to me is like I will take anything. Don't care about the monitor which actually having a monitor is good for your posture hovering over the laptop is not a good thing. So if you just monitor can be helpful. But at the chairs really important. I actually prefer the thirteen inch MAC books. I like the portability. I can code on them. It's not as great as a having a full monitor. You're having to like use. Your you know. Sh Command Tab a lot of flipping the three Windows but I feel like I work a lot on the go on shuttle going to and from work. I'm in meetings. I'm throughout the office. It's not typically at the desk so that's why I don't have a monitor anymore. I sometimes will have a modern. I find that I never plug into it so I just stopped getting one. The one thing on the monitors have you all tried the curve monitors. Oh Yeah I had one. And that's actually how you did. And that's what I can't remember. I mean it wasn't that much different to be honest. Sort of just two monitors and condense it down to the one basically. I mean I was only using three quarters of my screen real estate before anyways so for me made a lot of sense but I don't remember really noticing any difference in terms of the curvature or anything because I think I've actually had the conversation recently with a couple of people who have the curve honor I've used it like once or twice I've never had one but they like now swear by it because it's almost like it feels gimmicky but once you start using it. It's like you don't have to turn your head as much because that's able to like see the the sides and to the dual monitor aspect. You'd now you don't need a dual monarchy like this is a big enough monitor and the wrapping really helps But then you also have that Pesky like break between two monitors So there can be value and I've used it and I remember the first time using I was like not for me. This is too much like this also going from not using a monitor too often that I was just sitting at a desk that had it so I started plugging in and I was like. Oh my God this is craziness I wonder if like the keyboard shortcuts that so I have like a windows management like program that I put on top of Mac. Os just to be able to like quickly when you're talking about. I can't remember the name of it but there's spectacles a free one but there's a ton of them but yet just so I can do like command left Arrow and shove something over to one edge and so I always wondered about those curved monitors where like maybe just create a lot of like more customized key strokes because what I'll do is show something to the far our writer for loud. Yeah Yeah I WANNA have two monitors. It's really easy to do that. But then if you have just one giant one you have to be like shove it almost all the way to the edge of the monitor but not quite like two hundred pixels right. I I've had a few people. Swear them now and I see a lot more of them popping up around the office like where people are using them. I the One guy worked with house like a thirty eight inch curved monitor Mike. I don't think I noticed until he called it out and I looked at the other monitors That's huge and the resolution on it was like ridiculous so some interesting setup says you you start to go through these things actually. You are all on thirteen inch note. Augusta you're on the fifteen inch. Yeah I have a small one not because it makes it easier to work on. It's literally for weight. 'cause I 'cause I I either walk or bicycle to work and for commuting so much less weight in the backpack digging into your shoulders when you've got other stuff in there yet to be honest has gotten better. Even if you were like Augusta's on the fifteen inches huge difference than years ago I used to go with the fifteen inch for. It's been a long time since I've had a fifteen inch but there were a lot thicker and very heavy and I would use a side bag and I walked twenty minutes to work twenty minutes home every day. It was a good year so of me doing that going like this is getting painful. I think I ended up switching to backpack. I don't think it's a MAC books. But he had the side bag was it was my own stupidity. Goes side bag? Looks really cool No it was terrible because it was like you know Wayne on one side of you and so that was not good either. They've gotten better. Like I feel like the fifteen inch. Macbook is probably like so much lighter. A quarter of what the map book that I had. We kinda mentioned earlier. You can work from home some days. You can work in the office. Augustus work at coffee shops. Sounds like each. Our companies are fairly flexible. Do a lot of people on the teams take advantage of that. Are there rules at any of your companies where it's like? Oh you can work only two days a week from home or is there. It's just kind of very flexible now. I think it's pretty. It's pretty flexible where I'm at now. I think there's like it's you start. People start to realize that there will be not as effective the more they work from home. But I think it's a really good practice for companies to be flexible just because it promotes like a more inclusive environment in terms of like being remote different lifestyles. So you have to have a doctor's appointment you should be allowed to have a doctor's appointment when when you can make your doctor's appointment because that's just how it how it works so I think yeah I mean where I work very flexible and I I highly recommend it to anyone just because you know people have all sorts of situations I can be keeping them home for one reason or another yeah. My team is pretty flexible. Like if as long as you're getting new stuff done I don't think anyone really has like issues if there is like a time when I think team was not in for the entire week because they all wanted to work from home. I don't know why but that's just how it is sometimes so yeah per alaskans really flexible for a while. When I was on bit bucket there weren't there. Wasn't anyone remote fulltime. It was like yeah flexible. Work from home whenever you want. But it wasn't like remote friendly and now there are some people that are fulltime remote. And they're working on fair how to make things more remote inclusive so like instead of having a meeting in a conference room where the like say two remote people are the only ones on the screen but everyone else in the room you end. They end up like everyone ends up like talking to each other and it just gets it feels. I think exclusionary for the people on on the E so that there's best practices. Oh if we ever move people. Everyone dials from their computer and their screen. So that way like everybody is has kind of that same interaction. It's like it gives equal weight. Everybody I've heard a few people do that. I think that is good. It's like you're all kind of being remote kind of like that. Yeah I think that's a really great technique and then I think there's no like official rule. It's like if someone just suddenly it was like. I'm working from home forever. I don't think that would probably be okay. Like his people becomes the remote like I think there's a probably a broader conversation to be a remote or. Let's talk about how that works. Yeah and then we for wild in Like a no meeting day so once a week like no meetings focus day like you can focus and the team that I was on was like. Let's have that be Wednesday. That seems like a nice way to break up the week. Oh unlike let's all just if you WANNA work from home you can and so it turned out that everybody worked from home on Wednesdays and you had no meetings so it was like your focus focused a which I thought was I loved it. I thought it was great. We we have that too. Actually I love the focus time but there have been a couple of days working from home on a no meeting Wednesday when I found it more disruptive to be home than to be in the office. Just conducting work over slack. All Day can be really frustrating and actually more disruptive than if you were to be in the office but I think those were special circumstances. Yeah I tried to plant like it was nice on those days like you figure it out kind of what you need to do on Tuesday or like if you needed to talk to people and then Wednesday was like. I'm clear on what I need to do. It's like Code Day like put the headphones on and like focus on a deep focus deeply on some problem. No I I totally one hundred percent agree. Yeah I it's just really nice to have a day where you have zero interruptions. Because it's it's really tough to contact switch when you're like in the middle coating you're solving a problem and all of a sudden you get pulled into a meeting to talk about X. Y. Thing is context. Switching is like super harmful so- I heavily encourage companies to consider having a no meeting winds and no meeting day. I'm a big believer on the flexibility. I think Netflix has always been really good about flexibility. And just having those options but like not not having the nine to five. I think that's one where I'm like. I'm sure we could like Google. This were that actually came from. But it's so old ingrained in the workforce and it's to me it's like it's more to what. Agus said as long as you're getting your work done. It shouldn't matter where or when you're doing it. Yes there's Times you might have a meeting that you you know between that like he was not even nine to five. It's like the like ten to four aspect is like there might be some meetings that you need may need to attend but like if you're productive in the evening or in the morning her who cares it's like the work gets done And if you have doctors appointments or whatever it is like which can only happen nine to five which is super annoying It's like you can have that ability to do that. I think like having that flexibility super important. It's not about being at work from nine to five I think even more so if you like I felt like that. I've always felt like that but I felt like that more so even having a kid is like there's times when you're like I have to work from home or I have to leave at three o'clock because I need to go do something at school or whatever it is and I think everyone should have that flexibility wise it a trade off like why do I have to can't be around my kid. You know that. That's that's kind of obnoxious. Yeah that was a really healthy. Switch me when I moved out here from the Mid West because like there was some flex. Definitely some flexibility and and jobs there but it wasn't like as flexible and when I remember when I first moved here. One of my coworkers was like two in the afternoon. I'M GONNA go get my haircut other right back. I'll be back in a bit and I was like what you can't do that but it was fine like you're getting your work done it that that's fine that's fine. It's also like there's times when sitting there you're not productive. Yeah get something else done. Which getting your hurt cut could be very productive or you know. That's something you're GonNa have to deal with later. So maybe you're on like the Saturday you're actually filling doing some work because I feel like being productive and so I think it is more like manager. Own Time you're an adult like long as you get your work done. I think that's the important aspect and I think as long as you make sure you set a good culture on your team that use whenever you feel like working as long as you get your work done. It's fine if someone sending out pull requests at two. Am Like emailing people or slacking people at Weird Times like. Try and be careful of that. So people don't ever feel like I don't know so and so's more productive on the weekend but don't make sure your other the other teammates don't feel like they also have to be on tation really careful about point working on vacation. Yeah Yeah. It was a balance between like allowing people to work when it works best for them. For example. Like shifting your schedule. Maybe some people work really well. Seven in the morning to four PM will work really well from like eleven to eight but yeah I think that's a really good point to bring up. The IT CAN. The optics can can go too far. Also I also can to build on that and also a slight chat out to slack and Google for the calendar being conscious of like remote workers and their time zones. Yeah I I was totally oblivious to that But you know if you're east coast and they're like three hours ahead and I've seen slack in Google calendar. They rolled out updates where you can set working hours. And you're very aware of you know. This person is in a different time. Zone. This is their working hours. You might be sending something that is not. You're probably not getting an answer. Quite honestly it's GonNa be disruptive so yeah like I stressed out extending. We have people. Are we work with people in Sydney and Australia? And some people in their slacks like you can see people actually will say set the do not disturb. So you know that like you can send them something and it's not gonNA alert on there phone but some people don't and you're just like. I want need to get this out of my brain and send it to like you. Don't have that set like. Are you literally going to wake up right now and I send this to like? That's that's weird so just stuff like that. You have to figure it out. I don't think I have mindset. I don't I don't think I do but I also don't that doesn't really faze me. I'm like if it sits on red. I mean I'll deal with it. Probably within a twenty four hour period. So I'm like whatever but that's a good point maybe I should because if it's giving someone else like that's not good either I was like. Oh it's her phone. It'd be like dude right beside. I'm not waiting. That's actually good. I like that good good advice. I think that's interesting. T- like this isn't quite related to the Times on the work from home thing. But like preferences cheers around how you work and communicating them can actually be really effective. Like one of my biggest pet peeves used to be when people would slack you. Hey Yes can help you and recently. There's like a dock at work. That's been circulated that's called no. Hello basically which is sort of just like outlined like why you should not say. Hey and then nothing else Which articulates everything all of my thoughts and capital letters that I have been feeling for a long time so well and sort of I put it in my slack status so now when people slack they can they have context around how I like to work. And why and I've noticed. Actually it's been really good to communicate those preferences like kind of what you're saying you people in Australia. You're not entirely sure. Why do they have enough disturbed? They don't but just sort of people kind of know the way you like to work and I've had colleagues to like. Hey what's the best way to get in touch with you? Do you WANNA come over in person. Do you want me to slack. And they've just been really empathetic and cognisant of of that kind of thing just to find the most effective way to work together. You have that in your status onslaught. Yeah so whenever someone start to message me. It'll say you know. No hello as like a link to the dock for example And I've noticed that people have not been discussing. Hey I love it. Yeah I mean it's like even like I felt like we're getting better with like having people's pronouns in like that's great. I like that Mars. Is that even just like sharing? That context were like maybe you are bothered by it so. I'm going to avoid that from now on as I know that we have the opposite at work to where if you do like someone who just says hello you can. There's an opposite doc. All yeah that's great. I just recently a new person. A couple of new people were hired onto the team that I'm on and they create these like ninety day plans for them and it was like also like Introductory to your team and you kind of do like what are your hobbies like you feel some stuff out one of them was what are you communication preferences and actually was like didn't know quite how to answer it. I was like I dunno slack. Email talk to me. I'm like anything's fine. But that I think helps clarify it a little bit like there are things that I probably don't like that is it would be nice to express. Yeah and for people to abide by it. Yeah I was GONNA say maybe you're okay with like I don't care like and that's okay too. I mean gave me in whatever way and that's fine but if someone does have that preference like I want to be inclusive. If Maher says she doesn't like that I'm GonNa try and respect that you know yes. I'm sure people so slip up but it's clear as day I've shared that with you I should i. I can think of one right now if I have my headphones on and I'm like deepen some deep thinking sort of focus work if someone were to come up to me like Hey. Did you get that email? Look like that would drive me up a wall like take my headphones off the email and be like yes I did. I didn't read. It added some opinions on. Yeah like this okay. But but there again it's being transparent and it's like a trust thing in our previous episode. We talked about a lot about in one on one spilling trust. This is another way of building. Trust with people is just being open and honest about how you like to work. I really like that idea. Actually there's a a condensed version of a at a website called no hello dot com. We talked about ways. Communication and like our desk sat ups and everything. I'm curious anyone have any tips tricks things that help them be more productive Assuming Stacey has some good. Coding Music The mechanical keyboards. Obviously you're gonNA make you more productive so much big monitors. What makes you more productive tools? Anything that that helps. I'm with Stacey on music I finally actually. It's taken me like five years to figure out what music I like to listen to when I code Or do anything really to sort of like get me in the zone of a focus and I'm actually going to hear that later in the pick section but also knowing what time of day I am good at doing certain tasks I personally like to get my email and all my slack out of the way in the morning so that like I have a clean slate to start at the end of the day and probably catching up on some context that I've missed overnight or just in the morning and then sort of like doing the the sort of like more intensive work in the afternoon with some snacks so knickknacks snacks music acts. I don't know I mean I really like seaweed snacks. I don't know they're like chips without being chip. Yeah I have to keep chocolate out of the house because otherwise I would eat a whole bar in one of my waistline but yeah I mean sort of having like water readily available and also. Yeah I also personally I have. Two cats called the door monsters so I didn't have a cat toy near me all the time sort of distract them away from the keyboard which is really really bored. I also don't want to everyone uses slack but For those who do use lack they added a feature where you can message yourself and I use that as a way. Yeah you can look direct message yourself. And that's a great way to just kind of have this diary or notes especially for you so I don't know for me. Sometimes I especially how we talked about. The context switching. You know you go to a meeting thirty minutes. Well I'm not getting anything done and then you have another meeting. I lose context a lot so I tried to leave a note of what I was. Just last thinking and has really helped me even. If it's like something like you were looking at this file and you just realize that this component talks of this component or something like that. That has helped me a lot because I will sometimes get lost and then another thing. I do is sometimes. I'll just get off away from my desk and walk for a bit. I think sometimes you can get so deep into a problem and deep into the code that you really just step back away from the computer and just kind of like mentally. See like okay. What is my mental model of the problem right now and then when you come back maybe you'll have a different perspective on it. Yes yes sleeping on problems. Yes like toiling away all day like I can't figure it out and then you sleep on it and the next morning you're like. Whoa in a five minute period. You've solved it versus like banging your head on the keyboard for two hours. Mechanical Keyboard hearing the loud. No it's it's it's actually some of the. I've actually resolved a lot of issues like in the shower like shower thoughts. Or you're not even thinking about it all of a sudden. Oh my gosh I know the answer now but the rain processes things overnight in ways that we can't even imagine I like your diary sort of concept as well. I keep like a daily. I guess a log. It's just a text file that our house like today's date and then I just kinda put on there like real brief like what I did throughout the day or like tasks I wanted but I also just below it I have like to do and I say like today. I WanNa make sure you know reply to John. About his question. Have a list of those kind of keeps me focus. I keep like all tab to it and be like especially if I'm getting like lost often the weeds or feel like I mike off track. I go back to that. It'd be like Oh this. Is What your plan was for today. Get back to it so I kind of do that. It helps helps me focus. So that's cool that you do that to do. Similar things like notes are important. I've gone back and forth where I write notes in the computer but of probably the last little while I've spent a Lotta time just handwriting notes. I find less distracting. So if I'm in a meeting there's a lot of distractions on the computer a notification POPs up a lot of things like that will will distract me so I've even writing things in a notebook in which has helped but then I've another thing I've been doing is reflecting is trying to find time to actually reflect on the day is so beneficial. It's extra time but it ends up helping. My productivity is be like just thinking about the meetings. I've had through throughout the day. What needs to be done and just like kind of going back and thinking about the day and it might be just looking at those notes can be very very helpful to like plan for what needs to be done. Do I need send someone an email or whatever it is or follow up on something. So I've been doing that. And then another forcing factor that I feel like I think I've done this for a few months now is weekly. I send my team in update on like all the meetings and things giving bullets on certain context of things that I've had meetings about. It's helpful for them because they're like getting insights into some things that are upcoming or whatever but it's actually beneficial to me because I'm reflecting what happened this week. What are things like? I'm writing it out and it's funny. It's extra time it truly is but it's actually been very beneficial and then another two point to the notifications and things that distract I've actually been turning off notifications you know and not checking email or having those notifications like it's okay like you can get to it later on the time to do it. But when you need to be heads down on something shut off the world and so like it's putting the headphones on shutting off notifications. Yes someone might be trying to slack you. It's okay you can get to it at some point. You just need to find the time. It's best to go look at it. Maybe it is taking a break for twenty minutes from your code More thing that I think is like been helpful. Productivity thing for me has been as evernote but you can use whatever tool that you feel like helps your note taking but I find that I toss a lot of stuff in there and I jokingly refer to it as my external brain. There's there's stuff in there that like. I feel like is important to know but not enough not important enough for me to be like a better memorized that it stuff like I dunno like how to find where files or living in. Aws You know. Two hundred clicks and different screens. And it's like I like we'll write it down and be like. Oh yeah you this screen than the Go-to here then this and this and this and this is how you like update that. Maybe you don't have to do it. Maybe do it like once a year or something but I have that note and I've definitely people have been like. Hey how do you do that thing? I'm like I don't remember but go to and then I pick it up. You know it's there. I know it's there like I know that I captured it. And then I look it up really quick and be like Oh. It's like that you know everything. I'm like no. No evernote knows my my external brain houses. Just yeah. It's like a sort of a curation of knowledge I think sometimes to the notion of actually sometimes a writing. It helps me remember things like I still use evernote as well and sometimes writing something there. I'm in never look at it again. But it was the notion of writing. It is so helpful but yet if you do need to search it is there. I think that's so powerful and it really funny enough Augusta's and I both worked at evernote. Tagline is remember everything and that's the big portion of it is like basically off load onto this product and then they'll search your memories and everything I think there's really something to be said for like offloading stuff that stuck in your brain. I remember there. Was this one podcast about memory. Or whatever and they studied people's memories tasks when they were given something to remember when they were given something not to remember so one group was told to remember that they had to buy bread later that day and then it was given a memory task and another group was not told that they had to buy bread and memory task and the group. That didn't have to remember something. Did better than the group that was told. Remember something even though. It was later in the day that the head to remember to do that. So there's a thread being taken up in your brain just trying to remember all this stuff that unless you like offload it your brain space can be sort of like freed up for other things and you become more productive affect. I remember that article you shared it with me and I was like yeah last night. It was so good. Yeah Awesome. Let's jump into picks each episode. We love to share picks of things that we found interesting and like to share with you. All Stacey what do you have for us all right sort of speaking about productivity hacks or offloading things numerous times. You have a hard time remembering how to spell accessibility. You can just short that up to a eleven y It so numerous name is just the name of this way of referring towards and shortening them up and taking out the middle middle letters so accessibility is one. That's like a then there's eleven letters and then there's a why is another one for internationalization. There's a whole bunch of these are kind of us in tech as ways to like speak. Speak more quickly. I don't know what the productivity hack or something but I mean writing hack writing writing. Accessibility is a tough word to write localisations and other one L. Hotel Elton in terms. How many letters are but yeah. It's like a quick form to and people understand it cool. Thank you that. That's a good one which I did not know. That's what it was. Yeah Yeah that voice you always have to use voice and then a second pick is a music pick. It's a song called gentle practice by Heather. Pearls it's a brand new track kind of ambient ish And the name hazard pearls originated from the combination of seeking out the allure of something special at a song the Pearl and the casting a haze of noise and erosion over it hazard south thought that was. I didn't I didn't know the history of the name might have thought the name was always Kinda cool. Also description sounds really cool. Marzorati have for us. Okay Yeah so the first picker today. Actually I remember this freakonomics episode from a while ago about the open office. Actually like I put the link here. I don't know I think I could be making this up because of my love for open offices but I thought I remembered saying that. The creator of the open offices kind of regret the concept but it could be making that up where imagining that he did. Say That because that would make me happy and then the second one actually is a playlist on spotify called the no lyrics study playlist which is not super descriptive. I'll be honest but It's kind of like lounge like soft house music which I really liked for coding and deep work. Because there's no words and it kind of makes me feel like. I'm sitting in a fancy hotel when I'm working at home and I kind of liked that feeling if you if you want some main kind of relaxing but with like a little bit of upbeat to it. It's a good playlist for you as you have cool. Yeah so I have My first pick is this Blog posts. It's actually pretty old is from twenty fifteen. But it's from the get hub blog of It's called how to undo almost anything with get And in you know. I don't think these are the things you necessarily have to memorize. Remember but you know it is such a powerful tool and I still run into a lot of people who don't know a lot of fundamentals of get. I think honestly if you have time to sit down and like really really learn a lot. Go through one of those. Like deep dive details of get. I think IT'LL BE SUPER BENEFICIAL. But this was a really like well. Some article from get hub. They probably know now a lot about it so that I was worth checking out and my second pick is well. I'm a Wiebe and I love anime. And there's this anime movie called weathering with you. It's a very. It's a very very famous director He directed a famous movie. Called your name. And this is Wine called weathering with you and came out to theaters forbid. I don't know if it's still in theaters but maybe ever get a chance to check it out. Really beautiful like his artwork for his enemy. Movies is just absolutely gorgeous so definitely check it out so we have the we. What's a great question? I I don't know it's like you said you were one expect. You won't tell you. It's like the describe as those people who are like. Hey Pie those people who say that kind of stuff Her very very into the Japanese culture. But they're not maybe Japanese or they're very obsessed with Anna. May You know like they. They would marry an anime girl if they could or something. I don't know okay all right. It's like you're a big Fan of Japanese culture and animation specifically yes but to in a very extensive a little little too much little right right fair. Got It okay. No I'd heard that term. I'm glad you hadn't either say neither all right. I have to pick for this episode one. That's a little on the expensive side for a presentation remote but the logic tech spotlight remote is awesome. If you're giving a lot of presentations it's like really sleek. It looks really cool and has really long reign so if you WANNA walk around onstage while you're clicking your presentation this is a great remote for it it has Bluetooth. It has where you can just connect in through your like USB. It's really useful. I'm actually stealing this from GM because he'd been using it and I lost my presentation remote and took his to New York for conference awhile back and so I needed to buy one so I was like all right. I really enjoyed this remote and went purchased it so it is one of the more expensive ones but it. It's pretty cool So I highly recommend. Check that one out and then I saw a really good talk It was a tedtalk that I watch from Catherine Scholtz on being wrong and she just like covers all these details around like our fear of being wrong and like it's really really interesting and how it almost like holds us back in it. It's actually completely okay to be wrong and that we need to be comfortable with it. It's a really good talk very short end. There's some really good takeaways so I highly recommend checking out. Oh well that concludes our episode for today. Thank you offer listening. Today's episode. You can follow us on twitter at front and h any last words thoughts numero names. 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Perseverance and Ingenuity

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Perseverance and Ingenuity

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Welcome to textile a production from iheartradio. Hey there welcome to text up I'm your host Jonathan Strickland I'm executive producer with iheartradio and a lovell things tech. Now at the end of July twenty twenty NASA plans to launch a new rover on a journey to Mars to continue the work of Sojourner, Spirit, opportunity and curiosity, all of which have really extended our knowledge of the Red Planet. This new rover is called perseverance, and it really is something special. So today we're going to learn about the rover and its mission, and also a high risk high reward experiment called Ingenuity, that is not technically part of perseverance, but as going along for the ride, however before we do that, we've got a lot of other ground to cover both here on earth and on Mars. And I WANNA. Talk a little bit about why I chose this as a topic in the first place. I is timing. Obviously this episode should come out a couple of weeks before the scheduled launch, assuming everything goes well, and another reason is that these missions often reinforce things that I find really inspiring and even hopeful transporting spacecraft to Mars let alone landing something on that planet, and then using that something to explore conduct scientific experiments that's a monumental achievement and requires so much work, and they builds on more than a century of discoveries and theories. It's a team effort in which hundreds of people pool their talent and expertise to pull off. Off what when you really look at, it seems like it should be impossible, so while we have tons of problems, we need to address here on earth from dealing with the pandemic to addressing real social inequalities and more I look at how people have managed to build devices that explore another planet, and it strikes me that if we have the determination, we really can achieve and critical things. We just need to apply that determination anyway here we go as I record. This NASA has already pushed back the launch a couple of times so. So and the moment when I'm sitting at this microphone, the scheduled launch date is for July thirtieth twenty twenty now if that date should slip, for whatever reason, NASA will have a relatively narrow window to launch or else face, the reality that they will have to shelve project for more than two years. So why is that well? Let's imagine the Solar System Earth is the third planet out from the Sun. Mars is the fourth planet out Earth and Mars revolve around the sun at different speeds, which means sometimes the two planets are moving. Moving closer together and sometimes they are moving further apart in their respective orbits, both planets have elliptical rather than circular orbits around the Sun which also means there's a point in the orbit where each respective planet is closest to the Sun. This is called the perihelion, and there's also a point in the orbit where each respective planet is furthest from the Sun this is the eighth alien Oh, and also both of these orbits are slightly tilted with respect to one another complicating things even more because they don't lie in the same orbital plane. These three dimensional realities are a real pain in the neck. All of this means that when the planets do approach one another. They aren't in the same spots in their respective orbits. As they were the last time they got close to one another the closest they've been to each other in recorded history is about thirty three point, nine million miles apart or fifty four point, six million kilometers, and at that distance it would take light about three minutes to travel from one planet to the other, and that's the fast stuff in the universe. Remember nothing goes faster than light. To even have that situation, you would need the earth to be at its eight billion, where it's furthest from the Sun, and Mars would have to be at its perihelion where it is closest to the sun, and both planets are on the same side of the sun, and this does not happen frequently at least not on human terms. That thirty three point nine million mile distance happened back in two, thousand, three and according to math that was the closest. The two planets have been for fifty thousand years now, generally speaking, you do get to spans of time when the two planets are relatively close to each other, but because we're not just looking at orbital position, the shape of the orbits themselves, it's complicated. And those are a lot of parameters that you have to have lineup the scenario where earth passes between Mars and the sun is called opposition and we call it opposition because from our perspective here on Earth, Mars appears to be exactly opposite where the sun is as the sun is setting at night, Mars is rising in the east and when Mars sets in the West during the morning hours, the sun is rising in the east during. Mars appears as if it is a Red Star in the sky nearly as bright as Venus is. It happens when Mars is closest, the Sun we call it, Para. He'll lake opposition. Moreover, the distance will begin to grow after that point as the plants begin to move apart each other due to their different orbital velocities and elliptical orbits, so at the extreme end, when the two planets are the furthest, they can possibly be from each other on either side of the sun, so the sun is in between Earth and Mars, they are two hundred forty nine million miles apart four hundred one million kilometers at that distance. It would take light a whopping twenty two minutes to travel between Mars and earth. Now that this really matters because you also have a big old son in the way, so you would actually have complications. This scenario is called a solar conjunction. Now here's the thing because of all the factors that I've described here. It takes a little more than two years to go from one opposition or one conjunction to the next one. And actually it's about twenty six months, so earth and Mars will get the closest. They can possibly be in their respective orbits to one another, and then it takes another twenty six months for it to happen again halfway through those six months you will get to the point where they are furthest from each other, and you get the conjunction now. Why did I spend so much time talking about that? It's because NASA has to take all of this into account when planning out mission to Mars, you want to minimize the distance that you're. Spacecraft has to travel in order to get to its destination. Space travel is tough. Man I mean it requires a lot of fuel and fuel has mass and mass means that you need more to get out into space, so you can't just add more fuel to a launch vehicle. All Willy Nilly because just adding that fuel changes things. Moreover, you want to minimize all the things that can go wrong while traveling from point, Earth, two point, Mars. One good way to do that is to reduce the amount of travel time, which means aiming for a time when the two planets are going to be closest moreover. Moreover you don't just launch when Earth and Mars are close. Because it takes about one hundred fifty days or so for space vehicle to get from Earth to Mars under ideal conditions, and these planets remain in motion that whole time it's not like they just stop so if you aim your rocket to wear Mars now. Mars won't be there. By the time the rocket arrives at that location in space. The best you can hope for is maybe a written by Mars that says something like sorry I missed you and Mars notoriously bad at writing notes. So! Instead you have to aim at where Mars will be rather than where Mars is. It's like leading a target. If you were skeet shooting right? A clay pigeon is shot up into the air. You have to lead it a little bit. If you want to hit it well this year Mars and earth will actually be closest not in July during the scheduled launch, but in October. Specifically on October thirteenth, that's when the two plants will be thirty eight point, six million miles apart or sixty two point one million kilometers again, not as close as they were back in two thousand and three, because they are not gonna be at the ideal. Ideal points in their respective orbits to be absolutely the closest they can be the last day NASA can launch a space vehicle and take advantage of all. This would be August fifteenth if conditions prevent NASA from launching by that date will probably be waiting around two years before we get another opportunity. This is also why if you look at the history of missions to Mars, you'll see. They hit pretty much every two years or so this is also why when we talk about potential human missions to Mars. We typically talk about a long mission that would see astronauts stay on Mars for a couple of years because it would be too challenging. Challenging to land on Mars goof around for a week or so, and then try and launch back to Earth. Because the distance would be mounting between the two planets, we would need a mission where we could spend an appreciable amount of time on Mars. Perhaps creating new rocket fuel on Mars itself that way, we don't have to carry a return trips worth of fuel on our way there. That would be kind of a deal breaker, because not only are you talking about an enormous amount of weight which again adds to your concerns? When you're launching the vehicle, it also represents a massive hazard. You know rocket fuel is dangerous stuff, but we'll. We'll get more into that. When we talk about one of the experiments that perseverance is going to do on its mission, interestingly, whether the launch vehicle takes off on July thirtieth, or on August, fifteenth, or any date in between the estimated date when it will enter service that is when it will land on Mars and establish communications from the surface of the red. Planet back here to Earth that does the same. It's February eighteenth, twenty, twenty one so of the launch does go ahead as planned I really hope it does. It's still going to be a while before. NASA can conclude whether or not the mission was a success or even just. The initial part of the mission is a success. Moreover, this distance between Earth and Mars means that any rover mission to Mars requires a lot of automation a lot of autonomy. The distances here mean that at minimum you're looking at around six minutes between when you can send a command to rover on Mars and when you'll get a return signal. That's if our than Mars are as close as they can possibly be, and usually that's not even the. We don't typically have that right most of the time. Earth and Mars are pretty far away from each other. When the curiosity rover arrived on Mars on. Six Two thousand twelve, the distance between the two plants meant took nearly fourteen minutes to get signals from the rover with that sort of delay. It's impossible to manually control things, so you have to create vehicles that can land and operate on their own one way to do that is to design parachutes that deploy once the spacecraft or ejected rover reaches a certain altitude above Mars, but the Martian atmosphere. Is Really Thin. That's going to be important later. In this episode two. In fact, the atmospheric pressure at the surface of Mars is similar to what you would find at thirty five kilometers of altitude here on earth so. Dad Salat thirty-five thousand meters above the earth. That air pressure is similar to the standard surface level air pressure on Mars to put it another way. We measure atmosphere pressure in units called Mila bars here on Earth, the pressure at sea level is one thousand Thirteen Mila Bars Mars atmospheric pressure varies during the Martian year, but it averages out to be between six to seven million bars. That's it so one thousand thirteen here on earth six to seven, not thousand just six to seven on Mars. Now since parachutes work by forcing air into a canopy, and then effectively turning that canopy into a wing, you need atmosphere for it to work. A parachute would be useless on Earth's moon. For example, because there's not enough atmosphere to turn the parachute into a wing, Mars has an atmosphere. It's then, but it's there. However, it is so thin. The parachutes can typically only provide a little bit of the breaking and support during the landing process, so nastase used a few different techniques to get rovers on the surface, and not have them just break apart upon landing including Housing Rovers in landing craft equipped with. The airbags could help cushion the impact on the landing on Mars. The curiosity rover had a super awesome approach. The rover was inside a descent vehicle, which in turn was inside a larger structure. It's called the Mars Science. Laboratory or MSL, and the myself had thrusters on it. That could make fine tune adjustments during the descent phase in order to maintain the right orientation that also had a heat shield to absorb heat during you know entering the Martian atmosphere. And Once it reached a certain altitude. It deployed a parachute which helped slow its descent, and then a little bit lower in altitude, the MSL ejected a descent stage, so this kind of platform with thrusters on it, and the rover was mounted inside the platform, and this would fired its thrusters, slowing its descent further until it hovered above the Martian surface. then. Lowered the curiosity rover on a tether turning the descent vehicle into what they called a sky crane. The idea was that the rover would touch on Mars. It would sever the tether to the descent stage, and then the rover would be ready to go to work, and here's the thing this whole process from entering Marzieh's atmosphere all the way to the point where the rover touched down would take about seven minutes. But you remember the delay. It was fourteen minutes of communication delay so. The whole process took about half the time. It takes communications to go from Mars to Earth at this point in the two planets orbits, so the whole process had to happen without human intervention, and only that a success would mean that the rover would actually be down on Mars for seven minutes before we even knew it had worked, and it turns out. It did work which truly is phenomenal and I even did a special podcast with Tom Merritt of daily tech news show fame back when this happened in two thousand twelve. I remember getting really emotional about this. Because when you consider the innovation, inventiveness required to make something like this actually work. It's really incredible the perseverance rover will follow in curiosities. Tire tracks and that it's going to use a similar strategy for E. D. L., that stands for entry, descent and landing, so it's also going to use the sky crane maneuver in order to land and this time the descent vehicle will have a couple of new tricks of its proverbial sleeve. For example it will have a set of tools called terrain, relative navigation or T R N which will scan the. The Martian terrain and allow the vehicle to change its descent path in order to avoid any terrain that looks particularly hazardous and improves the chances of a successful touchdown, and it's also going to have a microphone, so we'll get to hear what it sounds like to land on Mars. Plus if the rover wants to bust out, some David Bowie Karaoke on the way down, that microphone will come in Handy. When we come back, I'll talk more about the tools aboard the perseverance what they are meant to do and a bit about how they work, but first let's take a quick break. Support for tech stuff is brought to you by manscaping. Who is the best in men's? Below the belt grooming manscaping offers precision engineered tools for your family jewels. They obsess over their technology developments to provide you the best tools for your grooming experience, and let's face it. 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New episodes available on the iheartradio APP on apple on spotify and Google the technology is here in our world now and the future is will provide you with up to date technology. You don't WanNa miss out on. Perseverance is about the same size as its predecessor curiosity, which means it's the size of a small car. It weighs a bit more than curiosity as well. has a mass of one thousand twenty five kilograms so here on earth. It weighs two thousand two hundred sixty pounds. If we don't include the rover's arm, the rover measures about ten feet long by nine feet wide and. And it's seven feet tall. That's three meters by two point seven meters by two point two meters, so it's a pretty big rover before we get into the super techie stuff and the goals of perseverance. Let's look at some other related things. For example, the launch vehicle perseverance will depend upon the launch of an atlas, five five forty one launch vehicle from the United Launch Alliance. This is a two stage rocket essentially, and it stands fifty eight meters or one hundred ninety one feet tall when the payload is attached to the top. fully-fueled with the payload in place, the full launch vehicle weighs five, hundred, thirty, one thousand kilograms or one point one seven million pounds, the five four one designation tells us a lot about launch vehicle, as it turns out so that five in five four one refers to the diameter of the fairing that holds the payload in place with the launch vehicle, so in this case, the spacecraft that will hold the perseverance and this ferrying is. is five meters in diameter. That's what that five means, so what's the four and five or one main? Well, that tells us how many solid fuel rocket boosters are part of this launch vehicle so therefore solid fuel rocket boosters, and the one tells us how many rocket engines are in the second stage. This is called the Centaur and there are single engine centaurs and dual engine Centaur, so this one is a single engine, Centaur. The first stages rocket engine is called the Rda one eighty and this one was made in Russia. The engine burns a fuel made of kerosene and liquid oxygen. The second stage Centaur uses fuel made of liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen, which must be kept at very low temperatures to remain liquid, and for that reason they are called cryogenic propellants, so at launch, the boosters and rocket engine for the first stage will carry the vehicle up to a certain altitude, and that's where the first stage will separate from the rest of the vehicle the first stage. Stage will fall back to Earth the second stage ignites and propels the spacecraft out to its trajectory to bring it on an intercept course with Mars, and then it separates from the launch vehicle, and then perseverance aborted spacecraft will be on its way on its very long trip out tomorrow. So assuming everything goes as planned, perseverance will touch down on Mars in February twenty twenty one thanks to the sky crane maneuver if things don't go as planned. I mean I. Don't know I. Mean if if it doesn't launch by August fifteenth, there's a real question of whether or not the project can be put on hold for two years, and if something goes wrong well, I guess you know the mission scrapped and stuff can go wrong because space as it turns out is super hard like that thing is trying to kill you, but let's say it all goes to plan, and the rover makes it to Mars. What is it going to do when it's there? WILL NASA says the mission will last at least one year on Mars that is one Martian year that's equal to six hundred eighty seven earth days so nearly two full earth years. If, the mission is a success. We may well see the experiments stretch on much longer than that. The opportunity mission was only intended to last for ninety days, but it was able to continue for nearly fifteen years, but was perseverance going to do. It's up there all that time. The overall program perseverance as part of is called the Mars exploration, program or M EP and one of the primary goals of MVP is to look for signs of life. Most likely signs that life once existed on Mars thousands and thousands and millions of years ago, but Boy It really would be cool if we found evidence of microbial life on Mars today NASA has laid out four science objectives that perseverance will pursue an effort to further the skull. The four objectives are looking for habitability that is seeking out areas that could have supported microbial life in the ancient past seeking bio signatures, so looking for evidence that microbial life actually did exist in these habitable environments such as in signs in the rocks themselves. Cashing samples, this is all about collecting and analysing rock and soil samples, and preparing for humans which will take on the super cool challenge of producing oxygen on Mars now we'll dive into these more in a moment, but in addition to the four primary objectives, perseverance will also study the season's on Mars, and how whether patterns change including stuff like dust storms, it will be building on our understanding. Amar's which will be critical if we ever do actually WanNa send astronauts there or columnists so. What perseverance will be doing sets the stage for future missions with actual humans on Mars. NASA's going about this in a very methodical way, and I say that because I'm sure. At least some of you remember. The private organization called Mars one that had the stated goal of establishing a permanent colony on Mars. The Mars one plan was to create habitats on the planet, or technically under the surface of the planet, because Mars doesn't have the same protective measures as earth does when it comes to deflecting harmful radiation and particles from. From stuff like you know. The Sun and the Mars one plan didn't have anything in it about coming back to Earth. This was a one way trip. The organization was founded in two thousand eleven. It attempted to raise money from investors and through an application process, in which people would divide to be considered as astronauts with this mission, but it ultimately didn't go anywhere and that by the way is a big strike against space exploration. And space exploration. You gotta go somewhere right so the owners ended up liquidating the organisation in early two thousand nineteen. Some people think the whole thing was nothing more than a scam now I don't know if the founders intentionally set out to mislead people or not, but I was certainly skeptical of the efforts, as it seemed to be taking a lot of assumptions as concrete facts, and that's dangerous now that's not the case with NASA's approach. It's always dangerous spaces always dangerous, but they're not taking some shins. Shins as fact, their approach is to build a foundation of knowledge upon which future missions will continue to build with the hopeful goal of one day, having astronauts, themselves set foot on Mars, but Nasr's not quite as cavalier as the Mars one plan, so let's start with the analysis of Mars and the search for life then will move on to the components that have more to do with laying the groundwork for human exploration in the distant future, and then we have the issue of ingenuity to talk about. But that's for a kicker. At the end. One of the things perseverance has that curiosity doesn't have is a drill, so perseverance will be able to drill into soil and rocks on Mars to collect samples for analysis. The drill is on the rovers, big arm, but a smaller arm actually plays a part in this to it can supply sample tools to the drill so as As the drill is working the soil and rock that it ends up. Removing can be collected in one of these tubes. Then the little arm can take that tube full of material and store it back on the rover at the end of this, the rover will store certain rocks and soil samples very specific ones ones that the back on earth have identified as being particularly interesting. Ill store a collection of these in a cash that's intended for later retrieval and the idea that these would someday be returned to Earth I'll talk about that at the end of this episode now this mission itself lacks the ability to come back. There's nothing about the perseverance mission that allows them to return to Earth so. This will have to wait for a future mission. The plan is to collect at least twenty samples. However, the rover does have enough equipment to collect as many as forty three now along with the forty three sample tubes, the rover will also carry five special tubes called witness tubes. The purpose for these is to. To make sure that the stuff perseverance is finding is actually coming from Mars see one of the risks of this kind of exploration is that our equipment might unwittingly introduced stuff from Earth into Mars and if that stuff happens to be organic in nature like it happens to be the same as an organic marker, it could mean that any evidence we find that suggests life was once on. Mars could actually be a total red herring because it could turn out the organic material actually came from Earth in the First Place and was unwittingly released on Mars. It's Kinda like one of those movies where you got a crooked cop who drops? Of incriminating material right in front of a suspect and says well. Why do we have here? We got some evidence. Except, of course, the rover wouldn't be doing this on purpose. It's not a scuzzy. Bad Cop type the witness tubes can capture contaminants and allow researchers on earth to discern whether the stuff that was collected on Mars. Actually is totally Martian in origin, or if it has some contaminants that were accidentally brought by perseverance, so they can do that if those tubes ever find their way back to Earth, so this is also part of that long term deal. The rover hermetically seal all the sample tubes and store temporarily in the rover itself, but eventually the team will determine a location where the rover will store. All of these tubes called these sample cash depot, and this is where they will stay until if your mission can pick them up and bring them back home to Earth there are seven major scientific instruments aboard the. The perseverance, so let's go through those first up is the Mass Cam Z. camera mounted on a Vertical Pole, thus the term mast, and this is near the center of the rover. The camera has a panoramic camera as well as a stereoscopic imaging camera, so it can take really wide shots of the horizon, or it can use it. Stereoscopic lenses to capture a three dimensional images on Mars is surface. The Not only will this camera used to take lovely photos and to help the team on our determine where to send the rover. It also can help engineers back on earth. Learn more about the mineralogy. Houses surface next we have the Super Cam, which by day is a mild mannered photographer for the daily planet. Wait sorry. No, I, meant that it's camera intended to analyze the chemical composition of stuff on Mars at a distance. Then you've got pixel. X L. That actually stands for planetary. Instrument for x Ray Litho Chemistry and if you're wondering what Litho Chemistry is, you're not alone because I don't think. I have ever seen that word ever before I started researching this episode in fact, as I was researching the term the only time I was seeing any instance of Litho chemistry as a word was in reference to Pixel itself, and this annoys me. I mean NASA. If you're going to use cute acronyms for your tools, you can't just get around the inconvenience of. Of, not having the correct letters by making up a word, but let Suss it out so Lizzo means stone now it all makes sense right, Litho, chemistry means the chemical makeup of stones on Mars in this case, and this device uses x-rays in order to release study. The stones around the rover x rays have shorter wavelength that carry way more energy than the visible light spectrum does. The Pixel has a spectrometer which is a device that measures the spectral components of something, and no, this isn't about. Specter's like. Or something this is more about a spectrum you know like the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation or the spectrum of visible light, so they measure a continuous variable of some sort, and the Pixel measures the electromagnetic radiation that's reflected off of various materials on Mars, which then tells us more about what those materials are made of. Then we've got these scanning habitable environments with Raymond Luminescence for organics and chemicals, and this is a really cute acronym. The acronym is Share Lock This is another spectrometer, but rather than x-rays. This one uses an ultra violet laser now like X. X? Rays, ultraviolet waves are shorter in wavelength and higher in energy than the visible spectrum, but they don't penetrate as far as x rays deal. The spectrometer will also measure the composition of materials on Mars and search for the presence of organic compounds. It also has a high resolution camera for microscopic imaging. So that's pretty neat. Then there's the radar imager for Marzieh's subsurface experiment or REMM facts does one uses a radar system that can penetrate the ground and give what NASA calls a quote centimeter scale resolution of the geologic structure of the subsurface end quote. Super Nifty. then. There's one more scientific experiments aboard the perseverance that we need to talk about as well as ingenuity. Some thing I haven't really covered yet, but keep teasing, but we'll get back to that. We take another short break. Hey podcast Vam Jada Pinkett. 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The last of the major experiments aboard the perseverance is the Mars Oxygen Institute Resource Utilization Experiment or Moxie. What a great acronym! Now, this experiment will attempt to generate oxygen from the carbon dioxide. That's in Marzieh's atmosphere. See here on Earth Co two makes about point zero four percent of our atmosphere, and that's it and honestly that's enough. Co Two is a greenhouse gas. In fact out of all the greenhouse gases that humans release in our atmosphere co two makes up eighty one point three percent of them, so a little co two can go a long way when it comes to the greenhouse effect, but Mars is. Atmosphere is a totally different story. They're Co. two is a major player. It makes up ninety five point thirty two percent. PERCENT OF MARS atmosphere. Oxygen by contrast makes tiny point one three percent of Mars atmosphere here on earth. It's twenty one percent of our atmosphere now it's incredibly obvious that we humans need oxygen, and it stands to reason that would be way better if we could produce the oxygen. We need on Mars while you know. We're actually on Mars as opposed to bringing everything with US everything we decided we'd need to bring. We have to launch off the earth and launching stuff is expensive, and it's risky, so it would be better if we could create all the stuff we need while we're already on Mars. Of that besides breathing, we need oxygen as a component for rocket fuel, so using the resources of Mars to create fuel would be a huge deal again. We wouldn't have to send our return trips. Worth of fuel out on the launch. That would be enormous now. moxie isn't going to tariff form Mars. It's a small scale experiment more like a proof of concept it will take co two from Mars atmosphere and converted into. And carbon monoxide through an electrochemical process so moxie polls in air from the environment. It'll pass that air through a filter and then pressurize the co two, so that's approximately one atmosphere in pressure that is one earth atmosphere in pressure, which is much greater pressure than what you would find in Mars zone atmosphere, the Co two then goes to a solid oxide, electrolysers or s, O x. e, the electrochemical process does the separating at a temperature of eight hundred degrees Celsius so. Things get pretty toasty there are gas pre heating components. There's also an exhaust cooling component. All this is really important for Moxie to operate, but also it's important to cool the exhaust in order to protect the other experiments that are aboard the perseverance. The exhaust also has to pass through a filter before it can be vented back to the Martian atmosphere. Now? Why is that well? It gets back to those contaminants. I mentioned earlier. We ever responsibility to limit the sort of contaminants. We could introduce to another planet, and there's actually an official policy about this is called the planetary protection requirements. Now assuming mock sees, experiments are successful. We might see. NASA and other organizations create larger implementations of the same technology to make. Make a significant amount of oxygen from the Martian atmosphere, and that will be a big step in the direction to send people to Mars as it will give those people an important component for making the rocket fuel needed to return back here to Earth and now finally it's time to talk about ingenuity, a high risk high reward experiment. It's high risk because. No one really knows yet. If it's actually going to work, it's high reward, because if it does well, we'll have an incredible experience that we can build upon so what the heck is ingenuity. It's a helicopter. Yeah! Perseverance is bringing along with it a helicopter to Mars so you can get to the chopper and get to Mars at the same time, thus fulfilling two different arnold. Schwarzenegger, Film Plots Simultaneously It's never been done before now. Let's get more specific. When I say, helicopter I don't mean the sort of flying vehicle that carries people around here on earth. This is more like a drone. It's a very small aircraft. It's Thomas, which yeah would have to be. There's no way you could fly this thing via remote control back here on earth it would crash then you'd be waiting fifteen minutes or whatever or to find out about it. The ingenuity has a mass of one point eight kilograms so here on earth. It weighs four pounds. And it makes sense that needs to be lightweight, because the Martian atmosphere is so thin now remember heavier than air aircraft need to generate lift, and you can think of lift as a force that presses up on the underside of a wing, or in the case of helicopter, the underside of its Roeder's which really a rotor is just a wing that moves in a circle. This four has to be strong enough to counteract the weight of the object in order to get off the ground. If the gravity of Mars were the same as that of earth, this would be super hard to do. Because the atmosphere is so thin, you would struggle to generate enough lift to counteract the weight of the flight vehicle, but gravity on Mars is also not as strong as it is here on earth is actually a about one third of earth's gravity little more than that, so yeah, you've got a thin atmosphere, but you also have less gravity and therefore less weight. Weight to worry about so you're mass stays. The same because gravity does not affect how much mass something has, but your weight is different, so while the helicopter gadget ways around four pounds here on earth on Mars. It's going to be closer to a pound and a half. Now it would still have one point. Eight kilograms of mass because mass doesn't change, but that mass would weigh the same as object that has just point six eight kilograms of mass here on Earth, so if somehow you were able to take an earth point six eight kilograms and put it against this thing. While it's on Mars, the scales would balance out now. Considering the rotors on this thing, I'm actually really impressed. They were able to get the weight that low, because each rotor and there are two of them, measures four feet or one point, two meters in length now just remember that these rotors are mounted in the center, so the helicopter also has solar panels. Those are going to be used to charge the on board battery. It has a wireless communication system that allows engineers on earth to relay commands to the helicopter via the rover. So in this case the engineers could give pretty general commands such as how long the helicopter would operate, or how high it was to fly, but then the helicopter to do all the actual flying on its own, there will be no steering. This thing due to that communication lag. Lag The helicopter has inertial sensors, so it can tell what's orientation is whether it's upright or not. It's also got a laser altimeter. So this is essentially a laser range finder, so it shoots a laser at the grounded essentially measures the amount of time it takes for the the laser to go out from the the laser range finder hit the ground and come back up. Hit a sensor. And from that, it can determine how high up it is. It's also got to cameras on board. One of them can take color images, and the other one can only take black and white images, and it's got some heating components inside of it, which is important because it needs to stay operational temperature. Even. During the Martian night the average temperature on Mars is about minus sixty degrees Celsius, though in the daytime during the Martian summer. If you happen to be near the equator, you might reach a high of up to twenty degrees Celsius. That's twenty degrees positive, so there is a wide variation in temperatures on the planet. That's something else that we would have to prepare for if we were to. Ever. Actually you know, go there. Now NASA has made it clear that this aircraft is considered quote completely independent of the Mars Twenty twenty science mission. End Quote, which is why the ingenuity doesn't really show up. When you look at the breakdown of experiments that are aboard the perseverance, it's also described as a quote. Demonstration of technology and quote that means ingenuity isn't going to be relied upon to deliver any scientific data about Mars. It's really meant to give us an idea. If the powered flying device is a viable approach on Mars. It's also meant to prove that the Mensur Ization of technology. Technology is necessary to allow for. This will actually work, and if it does work, then that means we could see all sorts of flying drones deployed to Mars in the future to do stuff like map out areas for survey regions that are too treacherous for Rovers to manage or perform other scientific experiments. Now my hope is that all of these experiments teach us a lot more about our neighbor planet and that with this information we can plot out further missions and I think it would be truly remarkable if I were to see people land on Mars. Mars within my lifetime, and as always there are opportunities for the things we learn and the technology we develop to make all this possible to benefit us in ways, one of the coolest things about space exploration that's not really about the exploration itself is that all the technology that was once created as a necessity in order to achieve mission goals has kind of found its way into our daily lives and other implementations. We often see unanticipated benefits as byproducts, and so I think it's always a good thing for us to push back our boundaries of ignorance you. You never know what sort of things you're going to uncover along the way as for future missions. There are a couple more that I can mention briefly. One is a part of mission that is called the X. Omar's program. This one is actually led by the European space. Agency and the Roscosmos State, corporation? The plan is to launch a rover, which would not be that much different from curiosity and perseverance in twenty twenty two again two years apart. This one will be called. The Rosalind Franklin named after the British chemist NASA is contributing some of the. Components that are gonNA be used in some of the scientific instruments as part of this rover, the rover's mission is very similar to that of perseverance, primarily looking for evidence that life could have existed on Mars in the ancient past. Another mission is the aforementioned plan to retrieve the samples that perseverance is going to collect assuming its mission as successful. This one is a more long term plan because of the complexities of getting to and back from Mars, so going from Earth to Mars and back again. Really. We've only managed one way trip so far. This would be a lot harder. The current proposed timeline would have a launch of the initial vehicle. The Sample Return Lander in July twenty, twenty, six, which would actually touchdown down on Martian, soil and August twenty twenty eight. Now that's an unusually long travel time and honestly I. Don't know all the reasons for that, but the lander will have its own mini rover provided by the European. Space Agency and this rover will go and fetch the stored samples that perseverance had gathered in twenty twenty one. It will bring those samples. Samples to a rocket that is carried aboard the Sample Return Lander, and the rocket will blast off the first time in history that we will have launched a rocket from another planet, and it will then send the payload to rendezvous with another spacecraft in around Mars. That spacecraft is called the Earth return orbiter, and it will actually launch from Earth separately from the lander, it would launch in September twenty, twenty, six, a couple of months after the lander has launched, but it will arrive in orbit around Mars by October twenty twenty seven several months before the lander touches down. The sample return container from the rocket will separate L. Dock with the Earth return orbiter. Then the orbiter would prepare for the trip back home. Once earth and Mars were lined up again and the estimated return date would be sometime in twenty thirty one, so if everything goes well, it's going to take more than a decade to get those Martian rocks and soil back here on Earth for analysis. Man, this stuff is hard, but super interesting. And that wraps up. This episode about perseverance remains to be seen if the launch is going to be a success, I certainly hope it is. 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140: Love, PINs, and 8chan

Smashing Security

54:51 min | 2 years ago

140: Love, PINs, and 8chan

"But i would be guilty this. I bet if someone said if you know if i was talking to online and he said that he had a tash i would rate straightaway picture. Tom selleck in his pence right not hitler or anyone else with them and saw lord right so i would i would picture what want to mess up the cost would you smashing security episode one hundred and forty love pins and they chan- with carol theriault and grand clewly. Hello hello hello and welcome to smashing security at one hundred forty. My name is grim clearly and i'm carol -tario. Hello mr clearly. How're you doing all right awesome awesome awesome well. That'd be the judge of that. We are joined this week. You are awesome crow. Sorry that will seem to be to be judged by. I think maybe it's time for me to be the penelope now our relationship i should be nice to you for that and can you hear the delta tones of marie marzieh's pharmacist. This is maria hi good good great to have you back on the show as always you've seen a bit possessing. You did a little bit you to work for talknet dowries. You've got something recent episode of that i did it was so much fun. I'm so glad i got to be a part of that and hopefully i'll be writing another one soon so keep your ears out into grow. What have we got coming up on this week. Thank you to this week's sponsors last pass and recorded teacher their support. It helps us. Give you this show for free now. On today. Show graham reveals how an online bank mismanaged customer pin codes. Maria chats all things things eight chen what sounds fun and i'll be looking into how to avoid the nasty sharks lurking in the online dating pool all this and keeps more coming coming up on this episode of smashing security. Now i want to send you back through time through the mists of time all the way back to twenty eleven when when there was a chap called daniel amitai and he released some research that he conducted tade in conjunction with an eye o._s. App which he had released for apple iphones bonafide app like they went on the yes. It was just my app in the iowa u._s. Apps store and all that okay yep cooled big brother camera security and what it would do is you would you would run the app and you'd put your phone down somewhere went like you didn't normal life. The different thing was it someone else tried to pick up the phone and unlock it. They would intra pimco passcode. It would take their photograph obviously asleep if they got the number wrong. It wouldn't let them in yeah and who who was it pretell. Oh i see great big face on my screen trying to get into my phone that type of thing. I don't know what you're saying. Faces particularly uh-huh imagining because your eyes are quite small you behold your phone quite close to your face and then there's two things if i said my face is very big very small. Could it the fbi that my eyes appear smooth because of my big face oh my facebook page big. My small is i don't know i'm not an expert. They might be one or the other is perfectly in proportion crow. Maybe just just a little less personal podcast all right. Sorry sorry for hurting. You're feeling well. I do have feelings being on earth okay right wrong and what daniel date was he also surreptitiously without out telling his uses which annoyed apple a bit to be honest <hes> he would anonymously collect those pulse coats and he was keeping a row and so he collected two hundred and four thousand five hundred eight pin pin numbers they don't they cause someone pedantic. We'll touch about so he was. This is no way no you're not supposed to do that. That's not it should have the pinza correct or not but he doesn't a tool of someone just puts in two four six eight and he's got another pin. What he knows is whether that pin is the right painful his app he by it doesn't if it's the right pin for the phone but people would into the pain assume in it was for instance phone and i'm sure many people would have used the same pin kim for the app as opposed to the phone because that's just human nature and who's going to try and memorize to pins now. We can't even get them to use unique passwords. You think you're going to have a separate unique pin which screener my on let me do the different than what i found interesting eight years ago was he released his figures as to the most common passcodes or pins which were being used and he found the number one pulse code. Can you guess it for people zero zero zero zero number two actually the number one was one two three four people. The last number three was to five eight zero. Can you guess what's to five eight zero straight down the middle absolutely down the middle the one one one one and then five five five five and then an art one five six eight three. Do you know why so many people use five six eight three. I'm looking at my phone right now i can. I can guess go so if you're right handed and you have your phone your right hand. These are all numbers you can hit easily with your thumb so not quite okay now to look at the letters are letters written on the numbers or man's bones and five six eight three can spell love and so that was the sick thar fomin. That was the sixth most common hoping that people have it as hate. You don't talking about h. Later ah now there were some other interesting findings in his research. One was all of the numbers between one thousand nine hundred ninety and two thousand were in the top fifty and if you included nineteen eighty two one thousand nine hundred nine that was all in the top one hundred as well so they using years of birth years. It's something like that exactly so. If you want to crack into somebody's phone there is this rav a handy list of the most common numbers which people using of course these numbers. You should avoid just as you should avoid using one t. three four five six as your password now. I was thinking about this research when i heard what happened the monzo digital bank this week so monsanto is a an increasingly popular dish bank here in the u._k. <hes> and <hes> it's it's purely run from your mobile phone. It's one of these challenges banks. They were these brand new banks which are popping up said hey we're going to apple pie the bank inexperienced they don't have any bricks and mortar all two branches. They don't even have you log in via website it done var nap now. Monzo admitted earlier this week that they left the pins winds of a subset of their customers exposed in a foul to their internal engineers and those pins were exposed for something like up to six six months. Oh which is a bit of a problem so it wasn't a hack these one accessible to the outside world but their own engineers could access people's pins and they had to divulge this information because it was a p._i. League well potentially very damaging right because they are not to know whether they row gap in the in the amongst their style cart. I'm trying to think what is they have a rogue employees they don't if they got a bad guy right right who's going to actually try and and use that information in some way so did the right thing within hours of discovering that they updated their app they push down updates to their android iowa's uses they also deleted all of the numbers they acted. I think pretty well but that was something like five hundred thousand people whose pins the very nearly said pin numbers were potentially exposed and of course we're. We're exposed right in nearly before they were certainly they weren't exposed internally. That's right. I mean maybe it was her research purposes. They were trying to say these top twenty pins. We're not gonna let people use them in our app. It would be nice to think that wouldn't it but it sounds like instead. It was just been stored in internal logam. The numbers were being collected. If people are chosen by the banking app to you there's a button for say remind me what my card number is or cancel a stand out and it was with people did that then they're pin was collected and stored stored in this fall but it wasn't meant to be as accessible by anything like as void the number of staff inside the come on yet but i'm actually quite impressed impressed by the response. I think they've been quite rapid and they've been quite transparent. I wonder how often this might happen inside other financial institutions and because there's is nothing externally seen they don't even know that any of the engineers ever realized they had access to this data as far as they know they've seen no evidence that anyone accessed it but they still came clean. They said what happened. They fix the problem really quickly and i suspect many apple done this. I don't know if apple would have responded onto the same way but i think if they respond quickly and transparently and chat proper information about what occurred then that's going to be quite comfortable new turn what's potentially benchley a bit of a disaster something which actually increases your confidence in the firm instead. I think it's very it's still worrying though that banks can make these mistakes you you want them to have all the fail safes in place trying to solution and you know it's a lot of both your financials your money and all your personal information absolutely i there obviously that power. They checked the five hundred thousand accounts. They didn't see any evidence of any fraudulent activity leist on the pin number. They've informed people var email and some people complained that they got this email rather than an inap- notification because they found the email itself just a little bit unusual they thought could this be a scam but it i see set to go to an a._t._m. To change your pin which is going to be a nuisance of people yeah and people don't want to do that. You know if they've already got the convenience of bankin eappen. Just purely everything being conducted an app the fact that you have to go to a._t._m. To change opinion is going to be a nuisance and i wonder what pin those customers will choose and and whether they will be unique because like i said we're always talking about the needs not reuse passwords but how many of us <hes> reusing pin numbers and if i put my hand my heart i think i've got more than one card. I don't know i'm just i'm just i'm not saying you know uh-huh cool but i actually i. I never have i think i do. I know i have some different pin. Number is just set. It should be doing uh-huh shots. If secures smashed the cash there you go. We asked for a little sweet tea instead have but you know i think i do have to switch scherer a pin to change talk. We'll update. I'm going to have to change and the other thing is. Isn't it weird that we have all these a._t._m. Numbers these numbers we use a._t._m.'s only four digits have no funny characters practice and no letters and we're limited to that where there's only ten thousand combinations vote for that pin it so bizarre dr isn't it. It seems so quaint now does does have inherent to factor in that. You need to have the pin and the card to make it work. It's not actually with not. I suppose not what to tap and goes anymore. Yeah well these days. They quite often. Don't ask you for to be into them here in the u._k. It's under thirty quid you you can get fifty dollars. I was like oh god. I don't know in the states. I don't use. I have an a._t._m. Card and i i i. It's the only one i have. I tend not to use it. All about credit. Cards current exchange rate. Maria thirty pounds is about equivalent to five hundred u._s. dollars. We're going to be that way for a while so that gives you an idea of how it compares so here's my advice to people think about your pins. Not your pin numbers your pins make sure that their unique swig of make sure that your your not reusing them and make sure that you're not choosing. One of these ones should easy to guess don't use a year like nineteen seventy-three he three because it's too easy here. Grain wishes he was born wouldn't be interesting by the way if monzo had released those five hundred thousand pins camario. If it just numbers right they could have said this is the preponderance of pins and we could have compared it with amortize work back in twenty eleven. Let's see that to see if the well does that. She moved on ice suspect. Many people are still using the may be unusually high preponderance of certain numbers which are still you'll be news to be different numbers right because everyone's date of birth and all that has changed and probably just two thousand exact none of those are not colonials urgency after after two thousand jansy yes right came of age around the millennium speaking means that jin nineteen. We know that's right. That's right. I remember that we have young guests sometimes to bring down on demographic and better mcneese in a mortgage but i'm super young. Put me in your old but anyway. I think obviously it's could be hacked. It's good that they've apologized. It's good that they took action fairly quickly on this so it's not necessarily the usual kinds of disasters which we talk about on the podcasts even khuda. Everyone's obviously we don't want this to happen but if they do happen <hes> then clear up you mess quickly and say sorry for it and do what you can to fix it afterwards bravo yeah i agree yeah fantastic mystic so they are a nice positive story because i worry that some of the other things we might be talking about uplifting korea table bay all right so i'm struggling with the story a lot. A number of people ask asked me slash us what we thought about this topic and it's one that frankly i'm not really sure i wanna talk about but people have asked and i think we should try to hash it out. Was we have to talk about. I don't know very much about this so i am so glad you're talking about this so educate me maria okay so i i'll give a very very high level. I really dug into too much because it's really depressing so vile corner of the internet that has basically radicalizing a lot out of white nationalists into mass killings. Some of these are the site have gone on to do the mass shootings in new zealand in the united states and and the ousted manifestos there. This is where they're being radicalized. Basically it was like there were certain lives over the internet where there are edge lords like some dark parts of read it and then they went to four chan and then fortune wasn't as you enough for them then they went to a channel channels like that kind of thing. Actually that was one of my questions. These guys not basically welcome unfortun- because fortune that actually that breaks our rules now and h was created and so that the more for lack of better term edgier horrific stuff had a place to live yeah i mean the granddaddy of them all to japan and they became fortune in the states and then fourteen weeks and they're like sixty yeah yeah and there's like a sixteen chan now anyway. It's all the way down to go and buy some two main names right now so the sixty four one twenty and then you had to play champions so since this is a site where a lot of if people are posting manifestos and being radicalized. There's been a push for a while from the greater public to get these sites off line. <hes> one of the main pressure points was specifically chan c._d._n. Their content distribution network which basically means that h. hand can't get depressed so it gets a lot of traffic going to it and cloudflare. Make sure that it's still accessible so even after the massacre in christ church where the shooter posted a manifesto on the website on h. n. Yeah i'm trying to much because oh sorry sorry yeah so it's okay <hes> cloudflare insisted that they didn't want to get involved in politics and that their job is to continue to be a terrible website site cd no matter what because you take down one website and they'd already done this once for white nationalist website easter domino's start to fall basically and cloudflare has often found itself self in a little bit of hot water and this has because it has washed its hands over the years of all kinds of criminal websites yeah they keep saying this is not our job to make that determination nation. They're they're kind of approaching it from where utility and actually this is. This is very much up for debate. Are they utility. Are they a critical infrastructure part of the internet. It sounds very similar to the same facebook and google say like we don't really have to monitor our news. What what said because we're not the gatekeeper rate data. Our job is to make sure that sites are available. What's on the side of our business and their other angle was basically if we don't help keep these sites readily existence. They're going to go deeper underground and then it's going to be harder for law enforcement to find the mckee uh-huh on them. I'll be honest. I'm not sure about that one because i think he has a lot of tools in their tool melt <hes> and i don't think a c._d. Anything they need as much but that's just a guess. I mean i don't really know oh so after this weekend's to mass shootings are came and say that <hes> both of which again manifestos and lots of activity on the aforementioned terrible website website cloudflare a finally decided that i guess now enough was enough so we're people hounding them beforehand. Yes yes yes new zealand. There's an organization familiar with called sleeping giants which basically is a very left leaning political action group that puts pressure on businesses that support websites like this and puts pressure on their advertisers to also remove advertising so they i know for a long time clad fared been on their radar is something that like they needed a drop support. I have to say for some years. I've i've had a rubber uneasy feeling about cloudflare and i haven't liked some of the websites which they've been helping to keep online including websites which for instance were running dido suiting operations so they will basically sites which were designed to help bring other sites down so they would launch. De dos attacks from aside so they would host. We've cloudflare intensely trying attack other cloudflare customers would do nothing about it and cloudflare wouldn't really be tread on doing business for them. I guess yeah did leave a rubber unpleasant taste in the mouth so this this story is still developing right now as we're recording this. I'm sure it's going to keep developing but cloudflare pulled their support for <hes> terrible website on monday run monday morning i believe are at least that's when i heard about this story is still developing right now but ever since cloudflare dropped their support report it became a game of whack a mole for the terrible website to find a new cd and so they would find a new one and that one would then kick them out because they were like no hot potato. We really don't wanna deal with you guys and also their original domain registrar to cows also drop them so again why was to cow supporting these guys all this time. I think their angle was again. We don't wanna get involved where utility or utility like service so but anyway they were also on the hunt for our domain registrar so by the time people are hearing this. I'm sure the stories can change again however as of the time of this recording right now they're currently with the the c._d._n. That of all things seems to be based in germany. I'm shocked about that because that c._d._n. Based in germany also supports a well-known white nationalism website that cloudflare cloudflare also kicked off yes so german cd and helping a white nationalism website is a little <hes> s so it's not super clear right now if that's gonna stay that that way because i believe that that c. n. is still debating whether or not that they need to kick them off again. It seems like it's <hes> they're debating it but i thought it would be interesting just to read a statement mitt from the c._e._o. Of the company is a statement from the c._d._n. This is the domain registrar for for these guys to cal's correct this okay so this is the statement from the c._e._o. C._e._o. and this is what he says. Freedom of speech and expression are fundamental rates in a free society we enter into a slippery slope and we start to limit speech that makes us uncomfortable. The censorship we've seen across major social media platforms as of late has created a vacuum our services fill the ever-growing need for a neutral service provider that will not not terminate accounts based on arbitrary reasoning or political pressure. Our philosophy is if the customer is not breaking the law. They are protected under our umbrella rela services teams. This is the same kind of thing that cloudflare was saying really. It's just different wording. There is some weasel wording. I think that that's my that's clearly an opinion here but there's there's a little more specific to any of the chance sites the company and question that i'm not gonna name the registered. This case did not solicit this business. We have not made a definitive decision about whether to provide tossed mitigation or content delivery services to them so my apologies. I think it's both the registrar and a c._d. On i think it's an umbrella company right yeah <hes> we will evaluate this in the coming days as from what little we know so far the chance are not lawless and do have moderation especially in regards to dmc a the basically the the content take downs and the content hint which is illegal in the united states ultimately. We believe that the best disinfectant for darkness however this is for sorry say it again ultimately we believes is that the best disinfectant for darkness however this must apple -solutely occur within the bounds of the law that doesn't make sense how that was a terrible terrible statement and i don't think you disinfect dot alchemist you turn the light bulb on this is this is this little something in the translation german the german now i'm not sure if they're not sure that sounds very american but <hes> <hes> clouds with clear had been also saying is basically as long as they're following the letter the law and they're not doing anything wrong posting a manifesto and saying you're going to kill a bunch of people is not illegal to say in the united states basically as long as they're not hosting legally ripped m._p. Threes we. We can't do anything about it so if you uploaded an m._p. Three of brittany spears then they'll do it but if santa fez stouffer killing hispanics then it's totally okay career game rigs. It's not breaking any laws but also it's an international kind of operation is not like i'm guessing they're going to have servers everywhere yet had said yesterday that only only half of their customers are in the united states so the rest of the world is there other half but i guess my point is is on the legality of it right. Do you follow the letter of law in the states or do you fold letter law of where information is posted on a server in whatever country that might be easily. I'm just saying in this because it doesn't apply just to the state see i. I don't think the law should come into this. I think if you are running a company you have the right to decide who you want to be your customers or not. You have the right to say take even they haven't broken little. We think we'd like you as a customer happy of the customs that we do right and that's what i would like to see companies like cloudflare to rather than having to defend themselves themselves legally or use the sort of arguments or get into the weeds of who they should have customers or not. I think it should just be decision to say you know what you're not really the right fit for us. That's good luck eventually after a four shootings and after years and years ago yeah and beyond their angle was not this is morally reprehensible. It was more like they're more trouble than it's worse yet. So what we're saying here is they had years of people saying guys. You really shouldn't be doing this for these guys and they just ignored it until now just now this was the needle and there are plenty of other sites which are still supported by services like cloudflare which daily are not for the the general good of the internet right they could just have sort of if you want to use us as a service you have to agree to our terms of use in their certain types of sites they could say which we don't want as customers and if you turn out to be if you turn out to be not operating inside those terms of use then you will get kicked off cliffs one hundred percent agree. I liked to have everything be transparent and and you wanna be honorable. Yeah you'd gain my trust yeah i. I think a lot of these companies that were created especially in the early days of the internet the the idea was a again think of yourself like a utility that everything's fair game and i think we're at a really important inflection point now where there has to be a decision that companies make make. Do they really want to operate that way knowing everything that comes with it. You know there's a responsibility there. Maybe they need to be thinking about or <hes>. Do they want to adopt more of a terms of service or code code of conduct <hes> and it doesn't seem like a lot of companies know what they want to do yet. So cloudflare sounds like they've made exceptions ever and they've they've booted now to sites of bazillions that they've you've been c._d._n. And it's the same conversation that we're hearing again with social media sites. I cannot believe i manage to bring facebook into my thing but i did. It was gonna happen. It's just got it in there but it's we we're. We're i'm so curious to hear that goes <hes>. I'm also a little afraid because i'm always trying keep in the back of my mind that the worm can turn so this is my my journalistic excited music. I get where the fear comes from on the part of these services because i mean these are really easily morally reprehensible sites that radicalizing people to murder others like that's an easy call but then then i know their fears that the dominoes are going to start falling and i get that because especially right now in the states things being extremely polarized you start wondering where does that go and then what what kind of things are going to be censored or or booted next and i'm super leftie liberal. So of course i love a lot of things that i don't agree with taken off the engine entirely but then of course <hes> you know our president says us on the news the other day that we gotta start censoring websites and video games and i'm like wait a second. Those might be the things that i like so i back off now. He'll he'll becker oh. I'm sure she's like maria said no no it's i appreciate shape that road of confidence from what's your story i this week well question. I uh-huh either online dated yes. Yes yes not me maria. It's go snow how we get our guests grow if you have a good story. That's how i met my husband. Oh that's how i see. I didn't have a very good talk. I did it for a very short time and it was really a disaster finding people i worked with sort of that and some of them sported in some instances clothing and poses that give them quite enticing. Maybe it would make your heart thump but for me seeing them mm-hmm. These people out of context in this way was incredibly can never insane okay sidebar. I remember the photograph. It wasn't me it was somebody else. I think yeah it was leopard-print curtains and someone crawling towards the camera like a tiger kind of tiger tiger. I kind of like going and i had to go next day and see this person and know the the great reveal is it was the c._e._o. Ueno and that wasn't even the ones that pay rise happened grow there. Is this guy. I think he was a pathologist or forensic pathologist or something like i talked to him. I realized he must be super suited to the job because his jokes folks were best served to those that are occupied by death. He didn't have a photograph of himself from how the site on the pity on the back certainly when i did online dating it was brand spanking new i think back then and today's the norm yeah so stat time. What percentage percentage of singles globally do you think have used online dating apps. Oh my goodness allows thirty days laundry day period seventy percent of one hundred forty but still super high global. That's global low seventy. Five percent of all online daters apparently under the age of thirty. That doesn't surprise me. You know doesn't surprise me. Sixty five percent apparently are men thirty. Five percent are women thirty. Five percent claim to be women that that does mirror the experiences. I've heard from my guy friends. Were like where are the women a lot of advancements in the technology sector. I think so. I don't think i life you know me. Maybe less women on these sites because because they're worried about being duped by scammers and assholes like right and they wouldn't be wrong because just monday this week the f._b._i. Issued a public service announcement warning warning of romance and confidence frauds once again they say they've seen an increase of seventy percent and financial losses from a two thousand seventeen eighteen up to three hundred sixty two million last year and they said they had eighteen thousand reports. I am sure it's huge way more exact way more than that. Can i tell you a little story related to this hang on. We come up story. Maria well i i. I believe i can talk about this publicly. My brother works the state department and he was actually stationed in lagos nigeria for two years and pretty much a lot of what he had to do was space. Rescuing americans would fly to nigeria trying to find the guy like the man who said they wanted to to marry them. Oh yeah there was like it's oh lot. It's yeah out of people and he would have to be the one to break it to these folks and they were not all old ladies who were really lonely. It was like a lot of people who legitimately thought there there. Was somebody waiting to marry them. Yeah we're in nigeria and it was brothers single at the time was he able to use this to his advantage. These heartbroken women because that's the optics optics fishing some going. Not all women not often and that would be super absolutely wouldn't do. I am my brother's a gentleman sumo okay so other than women right that we mentioned earlier. What's so damn funny. Grab myself in that situation. Let's go on definitely you would have been on completely unethical. I think i think maybe the first time you'd laugh but after like twenty times he'd be like this is really sad yeah and then after one hundred times he'd be you like holy shit. This is horrendous horrendous spikes on so. I was gonna ask you guys. I was gonna ask you who are the most likely targeted victims other than women because that's a pretty broad statement right exactly. It's going to be more likely than pets so he's going to be the f._b._i. Said elderly orderly are very vulnerable here and widowers right bless them and and i think that makes sense because it's a good thing graham. Actually you're not on these sites anymore for you know because you'd be ripe for the picking with your advanced stage right and we already your wife is still very much with us. She not the man for sure. There's a lot of complexities online dating because on one hand and you wanna provide enough information that you stand out from b. billion of other people's they're looking for love but the more specific information you provide the easier it might be to be souped by professional scammer right because you're kind of saying to them for example if you have if widowed and you put on their widow i think that it'd be something that might be very attractive for somebody looking for someone who might be lonely or in a place where they wouldn't be able to be as clear headed as normal <hes> and also so on online dating you lose a lot of visual audio cues like body language and facial tics and verbal cues right if you're not seasoned user this is interesting. Actually you think i would have thought that the more you're online the more likely you might fall for something just like the law profitability but in fact it seems it's the other way around so those that are seasoned users search seemed to go a high. I smell something fishy here. Whereas if you haven't been online for a long time and then you've lost a loved one and you decide fight. Hey i'm gonna throw myself out in some old because i've got to be so many tricks that people use on these online dating sites in their profiles and their photographs even if they onto scammer there are many people he blew are actually scamming different kind of way because they used in that picture of when they were slimming hot and had all their own hair all stood in front of a lamborghini david muir a chance. They may look like a study that they're actually thirty to fifty feral hogs. You never know what i would be guilty. I bet if someone said even if i was talking to a dude online and he said that he had a tosh i would rate away picture. Tom selleck in his pants right not hitler or anyone else stash. Oh lord thank you so i would. I would pick three minutes of europe. You would even the cost would you. How do you know it's not charlie chaplin. I'm just saying like t._v. Turning turning down charlie chaplin okay so i've pulled together a bit of vetted advice here okay to say help us watch out for the sharks and the to all three of us who are not dating thing anymore. This is great. I don't know if you know this listeners also here goodness say p you're listening. I thought it was just bullshitting on of mike now. If you guys are new online dating or you know someone who's new to online dating right you want someone that really understands ends how the internet works to help you create your profile and set your eyes and settings and have them give you a little tour on you might even want them to remove your connections to make sure there isn't a whiff of <unk> something yuck about them and you know don't like we said earlier. If you're widowed or divorced just say that you're single on these sites. You don't need to say at the top of your profile. Alan brooke broadcast everyone in the world. You're once in a long term relationship so just keep that private until you actually get to know someone and this is a good one. Scammers rarely used their own photographs so doing a reverse image. Search on images is a great way so basically someone might steal an image from a catalog log or a stock photo something and slap it up as their own picture and you might kind of go. That's you know he looks. He's hot doctor. Oh no he's not. He's just the model for lab coats from 'pharmacon. That's oddly specific. That's why they're there uh-huh and obviously the big one. Don't lend people money but this is the one that everyone falls or <hes> so i went looking for a recent example right. Yes and i will read exit from this a._b._c. News article and i want you guys to ding ding ding. When you feel you see a red flag. Okay okay maria. You've you've got your ding ding that tantric okay. I have a different noise myself. I think we'll be able to tell the difference of your voice. Okay okay. I just pulled it a few little snippets from the article just to see if there's anything that made you think oh i thought it would make me sit up and think there's something fishy going on so eight twenty nine in year old norwegian masters student living in london said she was swept off her feet on their first date which naming wishing jet yet ride to bulgaria. Oh that's dating come on really bulgaria hang on so. She actually got a p._j. Flights i that doesn't sound like a scam to me. He said he was an israeli millionaire who called himself prince of diamonds from the principal right. Okay my my red. Flag is why bulgaria like a private jet. Your can go anywhere from one day focusing absolutely nothing. It's just not everybody's most people's first pick would be like the rivera or like yeah somewhere not bulgaria. Maybe it was because of his title the prince of diamonds because he told her that his job doc was a diamond dealer and he worked for a company called l. l. d. diamonds that kept him travelling constantly so they had to date long distance ding ding ding. She said they send each other. Love notes over text video declarations and voice recordings. She said he would always allude to an element of danger in his job that kept him away always private jet so you call vitamin a commercial yet and it was not long before he made a big ass baking her to extend her line of credit for him so come clean tickets hotels dinners would be booked under her name and and his supposed enemies as she called them would be thrown off his trail okay. How much do you think he defrauded her of. Oh my goodness business one hundred thousand pounds in dollars so yeah probably a grad student and she has this kind of money she took out blinds of credit so so a ding ding ding ding because his initial gestures were grand because he got her a flight to bulgaria which probably costs what thirty quid on easy the j. You said it was a private plane. It does max uh-huh off the introduce the paragliders shielding on okay so what to do if you're victim okay what to do if you're victim of romance scam and it's important to report these things okay. I know it's embarrassing. I get it i get it. I get it but think about it. Some of these guys have done this to hundreds and hundreds of people people and only one of those people reports it. The authorities don't have much took leverage to work with if they actually get their hands on these people. The other thing i've had kroll is is that some of them aren't just asking you for money but they're they're trying to trick you into moving funds for you so they actually they basically romance you to turn you into a money meal where where that's transferring funds through your accounts to them and also sometimes they get information on your extended family and then they can socially engineer your extended family emily yup not that i have personal experience with this but i do so like even if they look like tom selleck stay away especially if they look like term mm silica i would say the things you want to do. You wanna report the activity to the online dating website right because they may have received other complaints from other users because often often they work. They're not just working on you at that time the working on a few of you right and you want to report the activities your federal internet crime complaint center or your local f._b._i. The office or your local. I can't imagine local cops would do anything but at the same time they will for example u._k. You would do it to action fraud right and you would at least have have them be in a database and at least that could be searched should they <hes> should they ever get caught because the key thing is if one of these guys does get caught. The authorities need need evidence plenty of victims to really you know yes shock them in the slam for a long time yeah local police in the states the it's it's similar. You need a reporter. They'll write up the report for you and sometimes they'll refer you to service that can help you <hes> but yeah. They can't personally usually do anything. There's no capacity for that but you that you'll get a paper trail. Which is what you need often often for this <hes> yeah and you definitely want hell. If you've kind of lent money <hes> you want to tell your bank financial situation immediately upon discovering any fraudulent activity now this gets difficult if you've been lured into do suspicious or fraudulent activity i get that but at the same time if you've been duped into to doing it and you weren't aware at the time i still think it's worth them knowing what's going on because at least they can stop reverse transactions and they're no the banks will usually often ask excuse me. Do you have a police report to back this up so you yeah you usually need all of that together for exactly so. It's not fun out there dating. It's not that much fun. If you work for the bulgarian tourist gordon you've had this terrible slur upon your name. I think vulgarity is a beautiful wonderful country three further record. I been technically our premium. The space i i've been to the nation asian of bulgaria like while doing a road trip along northern greece crossed over briefly. I've been briefly but not on vacation but <hes> it's a it's a wonderful country. I have bulgarian friends. Please don't hate me bulgaria cheese the best new yorkers great company so please we went through the marie unless bulgaria tag it your yogurt especially if you'll baffled by threaten johnson how it might be able to help secure your company. The threat intelligence handbook from recorded future is the book for you. 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The part of the show that we liked call pick pick of the week is the show wave when she sent me like could be a funny story a book. They've read a t._v. Show a movie a record a podcast website or app whatever they wish it doesn't have to be security related necessarily better not be and my pick of the week. This is not security related. Hassan is a t._v. Show which i have i've been binging on and it is available amazon prime. It's just come out. It's called the boy tina to chest come at. It came out two weeks ago three. I think you may know more about this than me but i believe it was originally a comic book was and <hes> it has now obviously been televised television realized it is a violent foul mouth subversive laugh out loud funny movie about superheroes who are bad superhero movie. I thought of as a t._v. Show i don't believe i say isn't t._v. Show eight episodes and i don't. I don't like superhero things. Normally they just leave me so anything now. I like winter things that she crowbar. I don't like superheroes stuff. I just find it. What's spiderman so i'm not asking them. Spider man the animated one from testing no. I don't like peanut butter. Just gonna listing ah she's cheeses great but anyway back to the boys because cheese is not my pick of the week. The boys is great because these are superheroes who are bad people talking about your technical how they as we said. The boys are great. The bullies let me tell you about the boys. The boys is a collection of people who are not superheroes. Who've realized that the superheroes are bad people who are getting away with with all kinds of bad stuff the superheroes known as soups run by this some international conglomerate who are easily <hes> run by elizabeth shue if you member elizabeth shue and i love the eighty nine yes she was <hes> and she's she's very door. She's yes. She's very good asked. She's also she's also sexy. I think she's on your list to brace and the shoe okay and simon pegg is put on urban who you may remember. <hes> was <hes> bones in some milton star trek movies <hes> now. He's he's accent. I believe he's actually new. Zealander is what it is because he was messing me up. The whole i am is messy me up. He's one of the weaklings for me. Because although he has some of the funniest lines he's pretending to be british and he both doesn't sound british phases in and out of different accents and it was totally fucking with me i couldn't he doesn't look british this british richest man ever born who looks like he's to look into hunky and obviously not thinking so. I find him ravi jarring but let's i'm bob matt. It is a very very funny show. It's not for kids. No no it's quite gory <hes> but it is clever lever and funny and i recommend the boys on king simon paik. I wasn't good looking no. I said elizabeth shoe i said did i didn't say simon pegg too good looking to be english. No carbon is very much about playing in an american in this and quite convincingly good job. Okay yeah i miss the jump to the next person and that's why i was like what five from new zealand peg as an american american author messed me up but he did a good job carl irvine's accident. I was like i kept trying to place it and every time it's a bit like two smoking barrels thing yep but it's just sometimes weird. It's a bit dick. Van dyke slash damon regardless is that really great show voice and his my pick of the week excellent. It's on my list maria. What's your pick of the week my picking the weeks a quick one. It's it's called camel. Camel camel dot com and what's that what's that reaction is this. Is this rude. No it's an amazon price tracker acker good lord just because something's got camel in the name doesn't mean it's not no this is pure service service for our listeners today. I don't even think i can recover from that. I'm just gonna what is komo chemical able dot com. I've never heard of it does sound rude. No it's not it's an amazon price tracker so i know everybody hates amazon now or not supposed to use it but sometimes you must and in my case i'm i'm looking to upgrade my audio rig twenty first time i've been on this show if you can believe it and i feel like i know it feels like only the fourth of july i so fresh daisy daisy. I feel like it's time for me to upgrade my audio rig from this very basic microphone that i've got now and i wanna to try and save some coins so a friend of mine told me about this website and i'm using it to track <hes> the prices over time of some of the stuff i'm looking to buy and it tells it shows you over time with the prices are and when they're only might drop <hes> and then it also gives you a price watch <hes> alert option so if you're looking to buy something when his under certain number number <hes> it'll send you a little thing so i'm looking at this right now. So what what you can see you can see what the top products which are the ones which have reduced in price the most over the last week who lost an electron and stuff and you can also look at specific items look back in history on the pre. This is great yeah so you can see what the moment this is quite a low price price for this compared to what it normally is <hes> yeah and it's it's not just the united states. It works in canada u._k. France china japan everywhere like it's this is good news for everyone. Apart from jeff bezos i guess because this is a way to sort of use technology against him for the rest of the world of the people who actually building the stuff that have to compete the prices that amazon insists upon with amazon haven't curls. That's what you're doing as well by buying the stuff just saying i do too. I'm not yet. I said we're not. We're not supposed to use amazon anymore. I guess we all collectively decided that but sometimes you still kinda got us so why let you have more of your money than they need to. I say right right komo komo komo dot com. The cameras are not ruutel not rooted in the slightest for one. What's your pick of the week. What mine is podcast guests and it's called the conviction released by gimblett now. It came out earlier this year. I'm not on trend like you guys right but came out. I think in february february not only just got a chance to listen to this week which i did during a single five hour cleaning frenzy and it totally has my thumbs up for the whole thing you weren't up after a merger kind of decluttering stuff to get rid of the eight billion books that we in our l. murray condo told you yes if someone else asked me that and i remember it was your pick of the week once wasn't it it. Was you watch some of an episode back then but i thought they were way to the people were just shockingly talking. We messy case only baxter's pot. The main guy that they're kind of a featuring is called emmanuel gomez or manny and he is a larger than life character so the whole story set in the bronx and it's about how a black teen and this private detective detective manny fight for the kids bail and wonder what ends up happening is rather surprising. This is a true story true story. If i sky manny's what makes the show right and you know he reminds me of reminds me a guy the main guy in staircase that netflix documentary we s whose wife fell down the just as well. She murder murder her what happened and this guy manny so sure of himself. He loves the spotlight. He's always right. He's a little bit why'd aid but he also seems to have quite a heart and it's just weird and gripping so throw you how you said that fighting for bail but what why do they need. What are they really one way but basically i will say kid gets into trouble with the cops in the bronx. Maybe what happens to him isn't one hundred percent fair from everyone's point of view and this journalist sacchi knafo who hosts the show went and did some digging on it and he has the most relaxed tone. I swear it must be like four a._m. A._m. When he's recording look you can imagine almost sounds board but in a way it's perfect foil for manny gomez who's kind of larger than life and if you had two of those characters actors you just might get over run with it so it works really well. I think it's clever and i think i had tipped the team put together because it's tight so the conviction gimblett media available wherever you get your podcast check it out six episodes of joy race fantastic well. Thank you very much crew and that just about wraps it up for this week career. I'm sure lots of our listeners would love to fully online. What's the best way for folks to do that sinjin on any data so if you're on infosec dot exchange mastodon i am at maria and if you're on twitter i'm at m. v. a. r. as sorry as long super-duper and we're on twitter as well at smash insecurity no g twin last south a. g. and we're also on reddit waking discussion about the show up there. Go and find us on ready and we're also patriot now. So if you want support the show described patron dot com slash smashing security you can get bonuses and extra continental conduct yet huge. Thank you to this. Week's smashing security sponsors recorded future in last past their their support helps. Give you this show for free so check out their offers and thank you listeners nurse the sunbeam's of our lives when you say thank you so much for tuning it makes our week check out smashing security dot com for past episodes sponsorship details details and info and how to get in touch with until next time cheerio bye bye. That was maria smooths for everyone. Everyone crew when you set this guy. Manuel gomez in the podcast is larger than life was that in relation to the size of his is over knows. This sort of proportional seem very obsessed with this sort of size thing you gotta link yeah. He's saying is proportional yeah. I'm clicking okay well. He looks like a normal sort of chap. God middle aged fellow wide physically oh. He's just like he's like he's from new york grow. They were like that. Hey don't stop me. I'm an investigator. You think you think i'm funny. Those references are all like forty years old. You guys just flooding. You know my god. We're all marino having been to in new york in the last season yes to know what you haven't. You haven't heard the sky. Just listen just go lists voices. I just heard her not what i think of. When when i think of bronx just could he to us one day i cannot do. I cannot do impressions. Oh just just read it but uh-huh. I will complain really well. I can't live at all right. I'm going to go to cuba.

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Anne Ortelee's January 10, 2021 Weekly Weather

Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology

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Anne Ortelee's January 10, 2021 Weekly Weather

"Love radio hi everybody. Welcome to an or at least weekly weather. My name is an orleans An astrologer here in new york city am broadcasting tonight from the bright red desk. And hopefully you can hear me because the thing was doing weird things it's mercury. mercury is a little wild. These weeks Yes a beautiful sunday january tenth twenty twenty one You know there's absolutely no way. I can't do politics this week. So if you don't like my politics hang up You know tune in next week. I'll be well behaved. thanks week. Any rate We had an interesting week this week. We talked last week about mars. Leaving aries of course and he's been an area since july right three months six months Longtime three months retrograde so he wasn't areas. He went into a shadow in july twenty fifth. He's stationed retrograde Retrograde on September ninth stationed direct on november eleventh. And then he cleared is shadow last week on the second and then on the six he got the second of the six he was in clear territory running his own show doing his own thing. And of course we had the capital attacks They attack on the capital win. Mars was in areas on january six. Now i just wanted to point out. How cool astrology is common. Did on wor the police. Where was the national guard where we're all those people. They didn't show up until five thirty right. That's when they started coming in although maryland and virginia were calling and saying we can send you. Our national guard begins on your national guard and of course the mayor had written to the government and said. Can you give me extra police for this thing. And she wrote on november thirty first and when she didn't hear from anybody she told everybody in washington stay home. Don't go out so when when mars went into tourists at five thirty. That's when the calgary showed up. That's when the police showed up. That's when the national guard showed up can make this strategy stuff up right. The mars that last degree of aries right culminating changing all the stuff. He was working on and earlier in the day on the you know when he was on the twenty eighth and he has a degree of the station. We had the two senators from georgia elected The democrat senators elected. I the weren't reverend. Warren was elected. We knew that night going to bed but the ossoff guy was erected. The elected later in earlier in the morning on the on the six right as mars. Was it the last degree of aries. Now one of the things that happens. When and saturn changed signs traditionally which which happened on december twentieth into aquarius whenever the outer planets changed sides. We often have a change in administration of the government. It happens it's like it's just not politics. Liberal democrat republican. Whatever it's just it's a change so we're going from capricorn conservative to aquarian a little more liberal a little more bohemian. A little more whatever A little more minded. You know a little more big picture. Whatever you wanna refrain capricorn and a kappa corn saturday and cap according to senator inquiries. Pick your words. I don't care you do astrology. Words match sorta wait we shifted and we now have this new energy that we're working with right so this shift. When when that guy with the horns. I'm looking into guy in the warns in the red and blue face. I'm like oh my god. That is so kind of combo. Mars aries march torres. You can't make this astrology stuff up. and then. The cavalry showed up mars tourists. We're going to stop the mars in aries the violence the crazy the aggressive the assertive and they kinda heard them out. You know they just said okay gotta go okay. You gotta go now. Have you live in new york and you go to the museum in his closing time. You know at the museum. The museum guards kinda hold. You heard you out. They go okay closing time and they kind of you know you're kinda standing there like okay gotta keep calling and they kind of heard you along to you. Get to the exit. You know they kinda sweep the rooms and clear them out. And that's what happened when mars went into tourists so it's a really interesting shift in energy now. A lot of people have been going a little crazy about the inauguration having a mars in a square that day boom. It's exactly that day. But i wanna point out to you. Mars does his work when he applies saturn. Does his work exactly on the day. Marzieh's work exactly on the day but Ernest does this work exactly on the day but mars does his work as he applies to something so really what. We're watching with mars and taurus. As he goes forward the days. We're gonna watch our this next week. The fourteenth to seventeenth and apparently the seventeenth is already in the in the In the pile for big protests all around the country and of course gemini you know. President bush is a gem night so there will be double protests. And we're gonna watch that. And that day jupiter squares urine us on the fourteenth on the seventeenth rather so we have this energy. That's going to be building up to the inauguration right and everybody goes on the inauguration chart the inauguration. I'm worried i'm not worried about the inauguration jar worried about the lead up to it but dick early next sunday which of course we have. The podcast hopefully will be able to talk about who knows. Maybe they'll shut the internet down their day. But it is really interesting energy and i just. I just love astrology when it when it's like that and we see that energy now. We know that jupiter saturn. We've finished all this cancun stuff. The structure the structure the structure. What's the structure. How's it working. Is it working. What's it doing one of the beauties of this This thing this mob riot. Whatever you wanna call it with everybody pointing out. Hey you know. If it'd been black people or people of color would have been a lot more lot more violent. Even grandpa biden pops up. My grandchild came to me pop. Pop look at how different. And he mentioned it. Stephen colbert mentioned it. All you know is mentioned all over the place so there's a consciousness awareness we're waking up. We're seeing it. There's like it's like really exciting. I think because the way you know you have a problem. Is you know it's going to change because you're aware there's a problem until you're aware you don't know my mother always said to me. I do not wanna hear about it from the neighbors know implying. Confess before they do before they rack you out. So there's an energy not rat you out before they tell you i should probably phrase it a little nicer about the neighbors but but yeah it's it's changed that we're in we're in this moment of change now one of the analogies you know. I've been watching the center. And you're innocent thinking about it and i. I like my analogy. Sometimes they're helpful sometimes. They're not so helpful. The last time these planets were in these signs. You're innocent saturday. 'cause we have them all this year. We have three exact. Where's this week. We have jupiter squaring your enough on the seventeenth right on sunday. So we're going to watch that one really carefully to see what happens coming up this week. But we're gonna have in a square jupiter square. You're in this once but saturn is gonna square. Urine is three times. the last time he did. This was ninety nine and then last time. Saturday squared each other with ninety nine different square. But they were in the same signs but reversed so saturn was instead of being an aquarius. He was in taurus. And you're in instead of being in. Torres was an aquarius so in ninety nine. There was a structural change that came into your life and you made a decision in my case it structure changed was go be an astrologer right. We've just had this whole big structure change stuff with covid business now. We're going to be asked. What is the structure you wanna bring in. And this time you're innocent. Taurus and saturn is an aquarius right. So there's a different different. Feel to them now. Sounding toya's reliable dependable. What do you want to grow baby. And then he met up with. Jupiter in. May of two thousand is that i want to be an astrologer you said whatever you said. We began twenty years now jupiter. And you're an aquarius. They're saying big picture baby. So saturday and urine is this year. Squaring each three times. I have a thing that i've got my website someplace. Make sure you don't by two thousand eighteen roseville refund you if you do. But it's somewhere out there the year ahead. Twenty twenty one loading it up but go back and look at those dates and what happened for you but just even now just kind of think a little. So you're innocent torres. torres. Rules the neck saturday and aquarius rules. Crashes changes right. I just get whiplash from that and remember with saturn squaring. Urine us if you're ever driving in a car and you look in the rear view mirror and you see somebody coming at your back end and you kinda clutch up right. You get whiplash. You know the drunk people they have accidents they get out and they're fine. People they hit are all dead because they're relaxed the key to this is relaxing into it. So we don't get whiplash because let me tell you sudden unexpected changes sudden unexpected falls from graces sudden unexpected shifts. Very important to watch. We're going to get the first pass. This sunday coming up when jupiter squares your and then we're going to have three squares saturn tyrannous this year. And you wanna kind of. They're going to be on february seventeenth. You're going to be one in june. There's gonna be one next december so this whiplash energy where i mean you feel like you have to. Even though things are changing. You still feel like you need to turn on yahoo and look okay so like what happened while i was working what happened. Something must have happened. That's it so we we have that in abundance this week. Okay and just know this week next week. Very exciting very tens breathe deeply. You see someone coming in. You remember when you did and they tell you to relax enroll right remember when you learned how to ski. And they said relaxing role. Don't like pound into it like dive into it rule into it. You wanna do that. Otherwise you're going to get whiplash. That's the energy saddened squareness square urine with an expected. Sudden changes roll into it. Relax remember to breathe saddens in the sign of air when we hold our breath. We tense up. it's harder. Why do they have mothers breathe when they get babies also a out. My former assistant. Rachel and her beloved husband. Spencer gave birth this week. Two lovely sheena coleman blower and little sheena is. I don't is rachel chin he's just so cute But yeah she's really cute lynch got great chart and welcome to the world sheena and welcome rachel and spencer to a whole new life. You know beginning beginning couple of days ago. So welcome to the world. Rachel and spencer baby baby rachel and spencer beautiful sheena So we're forward with new life with new beginnings with new starts with fun stuff and a launch into the abundance of change. Now we don't you know you say to people. Do you like change. They go yeah. Change is good and then you say do them. Do you want to change and they go. Now you've heard me moan about gluten. You've heard me moan about giving up pasta. But i will say on the new moon. It'll be three months. I haven't cooked pasta now. You're hearing virgo. they're right. i haven't cooked pasta. Doesn't mean i haven't eaten it But i haven't cooked it which is different. You know making a whole bowl of pasta. Every day it's different thing than occasionally happens to be in the order that i eat Which had a little bit on friday night not a lot but a little bit But i but. I haven't cooked in three months so i can't i can't i just can't give up forever. I'm just not. This is not easy for me but anyway forward change change change change change so this week change change change and we're ready in in the accent that we're really with all the planets in the sky. Every single one of them is reporting into saturn. Right and when. I say that you know we do ruler. Ships which is how when people say how can twelve signs just been everybody in the world because we basically have planets in the sky when they are in their own favourite sign. They're happy they make clear decisions when they're not in their own favourite sign. They reported to another sign who then reports into another sign who then report and when we got to the place where they report twice. We know we're done so for example. Venus in capricorn right now so she reports into saturn saturn reports to himself. So she's got a quick little report. Mars is in taurus now. He reports in venus venus reports into saturn saturn reports and himself. So what was the hold up with mars. The only planet not answering to anybody was he was running rogue he didn't have any bosses when he got into taurus. The military got permission from the secretary of army marsden areas to roll the national guard from virginia and maryland and then suddenly there were soldiers right. 'cause mars had to wait until you went into tortoise before he had to talk venus and venus and talked to saturn Mercury and aquarius talks to saturn. Saturn talks to saturn. Neptune in pisces talks to jupiter. Jupiter talks to saturn saturn. Talks to himself. All the planets talked to themselves. All the planets are talking to saturn this week. Saturday the boss for a while what he rules remember he rules aquarius and capricorn. So he's the boss for a bit because he's an aquarius and right now. All these guys are in cancun. Aquarius so once they move out. You know once they get out of there as well. There's still going to be reporting into jupiter jupiter reporting into once they move into aries than we get some fresh fresh visions fresh new things so we've got a lot of saturn in the sky right now bossing around telling us to be responsible asking us to make our responsible choices. There is a huge new moon this week at twelve one. Am east coast time for the cal on the thirteenth. So for the west coast folks this is going to be on the twelfth evening of the twelfth and this moon features sun and moon at twenty three capricorn which is of course. We're all the action was last year. The jupiter saturn pluto conjunctions boom boom boom jupiter pluto. Conjunctions boom boom boom The new moon is there. The eclipse was there. There's a lot of stuff there but he read the new one. Is there at twenty three capricorn right. Next to pluto right next to pluto out of bounds moon is out of bounds wild month but it also is out of bounds next to pluto. That says this is how we're gonna do it. The rising sign for the washington chart is lieber rising which is on the us saturn. So i'm doing a new moon webinars tonight at seven thirty. I really really really really really encouraging. This is the first new moon since the jupiter and saturn. And we talked about it. We said do your resolutions. Do your indications do your medication. Think about it new energy new twenty years. This new moon officially launches it. Because this is the first new moon of this conjunction right and so it's initiating energy but it's with an out of bounds moon in and out answering to saturn and jupiter saturn. Really close to each other. So this is a very potent energy this week. We also have the aquarium planets mars in this argument with at jupiter and saturn so we had a little arguments little argument energy this week little explosive argument energy this week. But we're gonna watch it and we're going to be like all right all right. We got it. We got it. We're hanging in. We got we got the energy but the moon out of bounds gives us this wash now remember out of bounds can be a home run out of bounds can be a line drive into the stands either way. The ball's out of bounds. Why drive into the stand blood and guts stop the game line drive home run everybody goes. Oh my god. That's great that's fabulous so we're going to watch this energy it's very volatile but it's also you know if you keep your relax your role your bend your knees when you're skiing this skin structure where i was like bend your knees. Bend your knee. Like i haven't been my knees. Leave me alone playing tennis. Bend your knees. You're ready to roll your flexible. You're not tense. You got to be flexible. You gotta relax. Otherwise you're going to get whiplash. Let me tell you when. I got that imagery. I what that's the whole year. It's the year of whiplash. You're innocent tourists now. We don't want whiplash people that have had it Not a fun. Not a fun thing but that neck neck heavy little head on top of our neck so we want to kind of be really conscious about that energy and how we roll with it you know how we you know if you if you learn to fall professionally you know you learn to do the role whether you're gymnast or you follow the balance beam or your skiing. They teach you. Don't go down stiff teacher to roll into it so this week. Practice rolling into the change relaxing into the change. It'll make it a lot easier because you've got a whole year of this ahead. I know you didn't want to hear that part. But that's what happens all right. Let's talk about the moon. Today the moon is in lovely virgo. I'm sorry the moon is in lovely sagittarius. So i'm a little long winded. I apologize So sagittarius void today at one twenty nine pm with squared to neptune. It goes into capricorn bright and early tomorrow morning at eight. Thirty in capricorn. The eleven to twelve was voided. Twelve The new moon is at twelve midnight goes voided to twenty two a m on the thirteenth with the conjunction to pluto. So you know good or bad moon. Pluto depends on how you feel about it. I happen to like moon. Pluto aspects a lot of people. Don't so we're gonna give that a mixed bag closing aspect but the new moon happens like two hours twenty two minutes before the conjunction moon is void from two to two. Am until four am when it goes into aquarius on wednesday the thirteenth it's an aquarius on the thirteenth and it goes void at four to six eight pm. Now what happens now that the planets are all in a new sign. We're going to have long void moons so we are going to have the day of the fourteenth void all day long. We are going to have the day of the fifteenth. Friday void all day long and the moon goes into pisces at five seventeen pm on friday night. So we're going to be having these long and for a while until the plants get a little bit further into the signs so yes so all day thursday all day. Friday buoyed Five fifteen in the morning. Five fifteen at night on friday the fifteenth when goes into pisces pisces. The fifteenth sixteenth. the seventeenth it goes void at ten forty four pm with a sex style to sex style to the sun. The good news is that the moon is in pisces. On this protest day that they're making noise about on the sixteen seventeen. We do have jupiter squaring urine us that day You know for one time only jupiter. You saturn's going to square. You're in his three times. Jupiter squares during this once on the seventeen and then on the eighteenth on martin luther king day Two in the morning moon goes into aries and he's an aries the eighteenth and nineteenth and he goes void on the twentieth next wednesday with a square. So martin luther king days a little harsh this year. The moon on monday the eighteenth and Tuesday the Nineteenth so the energy is Name you know not fabulous energy the best way to say it And the moon that the mercury that when the moon goes void In aquarius that goes void in aquarius conjuncture. Mercury right so good communication but void of course not really working the way we like to think of it and remember most importantly that out of bounds moon on the moon right so moons out of bounds. We know that the public is a little more wild than they normally are the other thing you wanna watch for with this. We have this new moon. We are initiating a new. You know new two and a half your cycle but we're also because the first new moon after the conjunction it kind of ties back to that plus all those planets are all hanging out together and they're all answering to saturn so he's like the boss of the sky right now and So you wanna do your saturn and so sign up for the podcast is tonight at seven thirty. We'll do the new one ritual and we'll also cover a little bit how the new moon relates to the us chart because basically is the new moon that the inauguration goes under two so that makes sense all right Enough onto the next son Is this week going from twenty one capricorn. Two zero aquarius goes into aquarius on the nineteenth. So it's a little early. You know just kind of funny but any rate finishes up son has a square to heiress. Now remember ariza's stationing today the tenth She's got us of discord. The five days before which was of course monday the five days after which of course is friday heiresses really angry right and when she stops i mean some i happen to like her but she is the goddess of discord so she really stirs up stuff But she also points out where it's a problem you know. That's her job. She she points out and sometimes people don't really like having their stuff pointed out but areas points out whether you like it or not you know if you like your stuff point. I happen to find having your stuff pointed out kind of funny unless it's my stuff of course but then again you know we all like to watch other people's stuff pointed out you know like you really could improve that and you're like you could So watch for heiress. She's pretty pretty feisty this week and son squares her as You know so as does and mercury has an aspect to or two so you know. She's in the mood to tell you. You know how you could improve yourself if you so desire to do so Mercury squares areas on the thirteenth and the sun joins with pluto Son squares areas on the thirteenth and the sun joins with pluto on the fourteenth We also have the sun entering into aquarius on the nineteenth at three thirty nine. So the suns kind of you know reasonably happy guy. He's at the last degrees of kappa corn. He's moving along. He's got a new moon and hanging out with pluto and then he's going to catch up with the aquarium guys next week. This week is inquiries issue went into queries last week and of course he is exalted in aquarius. He loves aquarius. He feels so smart and so no at all and just very clever So he's running from three aquarius to fifteen almost sixteen aquarius and he has a conjunction to jupiter on the eleventh. Which is a little bit of a precursor of whatever was going to go on in the seventeenth. You wanna pay attention to the eleventh to what you're hearing about you know going on at the end of the week and then he also has a square ear in this on the twelfth. So unexpected news. Unexpected changes Unexpected ideas and of course he's also then giving us a precursor of what saturn and jupiter. We're gonna do right because they're all going to square. They're all gonna square from aquarius urine as to now the last time when when we had this a while back. When the presidential daily brief bush was warned osama bin laden's going to attack it was mercury giving the message. She did it on august. Sixth through august eighth and then mars came along on the ninth of september and started the attack. 'cause that's when they came in from maine so we always want to watch when mercury is going through a section that saturn jupiter soon to come to because he's the messenger. He's ahead of them. He's saying hey you know who's coming you know who's coming. You better get ready. Kind of santa claus is coming or saturn's coming or jupiter's coming you know I don't know if you saw the clip george. Clooney did a thing with his kids where he imitated. You know they were in their bedroom and he did. Oh hi san what are you doing here. I don't know i'm here to check on the kids. George how they've been doing well they've been really good kids lately and the kids are in the behind the door going. How say we've been good. So mercury's coming along this week to check on you and say how you doing. That's going to happen on the eleventh. Then he goes and squares urine on the twelfth he meets up with jupiter and the eleventh and twelfth and he goes high and then he has a debrief on the thirteenth and the fourteenth parallels Jupiter and saturn. He'll sows in the mood to form a partnership with juno on the thirteenth. So we'll watch what happens there. And he's very smart. He's meeting up. Having a strategic alliance with athena on the sixteenth venus. This week is running from twenty four capricorn all the way to fourteen capricorn. She's moving along at a pretty good clip too and she is going to Have a health aspect on the twelfth. So we're gonna watch for some big health news or perhaps you know some in you know news of people that we love Leaving earth due to health matters Venus also is trying to join us on the thirteenth gives her a new lease on life. She's dancing she's singing. She's in the mood to party down. She also has an aspect with the nodes of fate on the seventeenth. That can be a person coming in or a person going out. Venus of course parallel the nodes the seventeenth. We already know is going to be a hot day in our country because of the planned protests against trump or for trump against the government mars this week Running from three to three tourists to six tourists k. Mars went into doors. Five twenty nine when the cavalry arrive. Twenty five twenty seven when the cavalry arrived on Wednesday and now he's in tourist. He has a square to saturn on the thirteenth. That's big Mars says to saturn. This is the third and final square remember. He squared him in august. He scored him in october. This is the third square so we square saturn on the thirteenth. And he says okay. This is over and done. He has a little bit of an exciting energy with a conjunction. Do urine as a parallel to your in this which acts like a conjunction on the twelfth. He also is a little depressed when we get to the fourteenth kind of a little sad actually and then he hits the nodes of fate on the fifteenth making decisions that are very important remember. Mars and tourists is in his detriment and he is answering to venus in capricorn and he is answering to saturn and aquarius so to my mind. You know we're gonna look for a venus in the world whose corny and making people take responsibility. Pay attention she'll show up Then we have mars sesikwe quadrant vesta on the nineteenth which is home and hearth And then on the Jupiter this week is running from five to seven of aquarius and he is gotta sex style. Chiron you know speaking to us about the wounds then. He has a quadrant on the sixteenth to vesta which is changing our home hearth. What i know a couple of people that are moving on the sixteenth jobs for new homes and he also is wearing Urine us on the seventeenth. Also you're in stations on the fourteenth again five days before it five days after january nine through the fourteenth through january nineteenth. So you're in a stops at six forty three reverberate and moving direct which means that every planet in the sky is moving direct moving forward ready to roll and of course. We had air station today in the morning at Twenty three twenty seven. So we've got a lot of energy in the sky this week New moon always is initiating energy starts new stuff really powerful new moon. It's aligned with all the stuff we went through with cova this year all the structures that we saw restructured. It said i have completed. My change is are you ready if you are new beginnings. What do you wanna do. Supercharged by sitting next to pluto supercharge new moon. So i would and it's out of bounds new moon so i would really encourage you sit down. Do a ritual do a meditation. A what is it. I want to bring in. What's what am i trying to create. What's important for me over these next twenty years. What solid thing do i wanna build based on the structural real like mint. I've looked at over the last number year last year. As i've been going through the changes that were bought brought in by the clump of planets traveling through capricorn by the crystalline structures inviting us to change by the covid clump by the covid renovation by the renovation in your life now you're ready to move in the new life what are you what are you bringing bringing that old couch gonna leave it behind cleaning out your closet. You go god how you remember. I kept this. It's really powerful new moon so hope you enjoy me tonight at seven thirty. If you don't great. I'm also keeping Speaking next saturday in florida chapter at the pinball during the pinball for four hours a workshop on saturday But yeah have a good week and remember whiplash. Stay relaxed matter how they say who you see him coming relax. You don't get the whiplash so you're just don't resist the change the changes here. We're off to a new year. Welcome to baby sheena and off. We go wishing you all a blessed and joyous wonderful new week full of exciting things that we don't even know about yet in or at least signing off from the bright red desk bye-bye.

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