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"michael angelo" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Does this go through the whole game or does it stop at some point? Seeing it this far, right? Like I think if you're getting David, I don't think that you're getting the whole game because what David is the season before, I guess, yeah, winter before spring, right in spring is where the game ends. And there's not that much game after really, really short. It's pretty much just the hospital. And so I don't think that you're probably going to carry this forward with content and actually following them in between the kind of cuts that happen in the game. I could see, yeah, I don't know, that's so interesting. Michael Angelo in the chat says, mason said it's all of part one. Wow, wow, wow. This looks fantastic. I'm so happy HBO is doing it. I'm so happy that Neil is as much of a part as he is. Like this just looks like so much love and care has been put into it. Take on me being used, obviously, a nod to last of us too. Love that stuff. There's just so much care being put into the world because they're the people. That shot there looks right out of the game. Yeah. Yeah. And that's the thing that I find impressive is the fact that, you know, when I think of the last of us, just stylistically, how they build the world visually. I just think of, you know, it's a post apocalyptic apocalyptic world, right? It's post apocalyptic America, Boston, all that stuff. Seeing it represented in the show, I think, you know, kind of displays the fact that, no, the game has a visual identity, right? Like I look at even like the debris on the stereos at the climbing up, and I'm like, yeah, that reminds me of the game, right? Like seeing the shots of the city and the dilapidation where I'm like, this reminds me of, even though this looks in winter, right? Now this is making me want to play last of us. Remakes. I fucking read and publish in part one. That's why they fucking publish part one at PS5. And I'm like, fuck me, but I want to go and play there. Like, all of this looks very last was to me. Yeah. A 100%. God came in Henry. That's going to destroy me, dude. For sure. For sure. I just can't wait for people to experience this for the first time in this way. It just looks like that also pulled right from the game what we talked about that before. How more would build there? That's interesting. Have they said how many episodes it is? 9. 'cause that is a lot to cover in 9 episodes, which makes me wonder if they do do the seasoning because I feel like that would be the user. You're right, yeah, you would be. Because they're showing, they're getting deeper with Bill and Frank, right? They're introducing characters that were in the game. I'll think that if you're going to do that, maybe it is. 'cause you have a whole year that you have to work with here. I don't think that yeah, you are jumping time. Yeah. You won't have to wait long to find out. Just a little over a month. You think about game length and stuff, they're probably making up for how much you're actually playing the game and walking around and wandering around and with the stuff crafting and picking shit like that. Yeah, you know, like you're not getting as much of that. So you have to imagine how long the actual story is in those story beats in the game. I don't think it'll be super hard to do. I mean, like you dragon break is a good point. It's all part one and left behind. Yeah. And bonus content. That's true. But again, if you're not sitting there going through every goddamn drawer, looking for pieces of scissors, maybe you're not going to do. I can't get over how good Bella Ramsay looks as Ellie. She looks so much like Ellen. Yeah. And I like the performance so far just seeing in the trailer. Her doing the acting like the clicker, right? Having that funny moment there and people being like, hey man, I calmed down. I think that's a pretty funny beat that I think works as Ellie. Ellie is that kid that is lighthearted likes to have fun and like poke fun, even though she can't be serious in those moments. I didn't know the woman from fringe was going to play a test. That's cool. From friends, fringe. Oh, I was like, who? What Friends character? I can't fucking wait. I've been saying it's gonna be a banger and now you look at this, it's gonna be a banger. We will be doing weekly screencast reactions to every episode. I'll be on this show. Greg Miller. Oh, can I be on them? You can't. Oh, hell yeah, let's go. Let's go. You gotta dress me for all 9 episodes. All right, I got you. You gotta play it if you want me to do that, though. You gotta play last as part one all the way through. Get all the trophies, get a platinum. I gotta platinum it too. Yep. Yep, we have to. Fair enough. You drive a hard bargain, but I appreciate it. Everybody that's a rap on blessing for story number one, thank you so much. It looks like you need to send me the one the only the master of hype Mike, the host, the kind of funny ex gas. Possibly need mine. Why could we possibly Jesus got it? He dressed up too. He's in another turtleneck. How many times do these people have in the house? Is he still wearing shorts? No. Unfortunately, he's not. Coming in off the sidelines of KFF out here. The seasoned reporter.
"michael angelo" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Edition I ever had was the halo one that you couldn't wear the Master Chief helmet. Yeah, that was a cool helmet, but if it had had a elastic band. Michael Angelo Lopez says God of War review out tomorrow. This is yesterday when I asked this. Why games? Why games have why do games? I think it's the same. Why do games have so limited interaction with the world? What I mean is the world is pretty, but it's just there. Cyberpunk. So I would take more time to program actions with more processing power more vram wouldn't be easier. Also, no it is not easier. They can do more, but it's not easier. I do know unreal has a ton of skeleton systems and all kinds of crazy stuff for animation. It's a good question. He says, one example is kina, and that game you can parry anything while in combat, but the animation is always the same. Oh, yeah. Dude, I totally get what he means. Have you guys ever blocked a weapon in a game and you're like, block a whip and it's the same as the mace, and you're like, yeah, yeah, yeah. You know? Like, I get what he's saying. Like an attention to detail thing. It's an attention to detail. You're going to see insomniac probably do it, right? You're going to see the neo guys. The last one might do it, right? The last of us guys, which is all Sony products. One of the most interesting games this year, I think in terms of systems and mechanics is an indie game called unexplored two. Which is sort of a rogue lite game. Heavily inspired by D&D. Where basically you're playing a kind of version of Frodo Baggins where you have to have this super powerful artifact that you have to destroy. And then you get potentially die and you have to pass that object onto the next person who then has to go and try and destroy it. And as you do that, the world evolves and darkness continues to sort of corrupt it. And so there's a very real sense of progression of time and place in the world. Also like the previous people who die trying to destroy the artifact, they get acknowledged in the world. Their achievements have sort of bringing people together or meeting NPCs or whatever. People remember those. And talk about them. And that aspect was one of the most interesting parts of the game for me. There were all the issues with the game, but the game really, really sort of hit an interesting part or aspect of it. That sounds awesome to have those kinds of things. I also think that if a company did this and it even had a shitty game that people would notice it because we noticed it, I remember vampire, there's a part in vampiric. You don't save some people. They turn into werewolves. And I was blown away that if I saved them, they weren't and when I didn't, there was like a note saying something's happening and then I found them on the bridge in vampire, I think. And I was like, oh my God, I just fought a, it didn't even tell you that the werewolf you just killed was a dude. You find out later by piecing it together. And I was like, yeah. And I remember that. I remember parts of dragon's dogma. We remember the nemesis system. I think that interactions like that. And we remember their absence, cyberpunk, not being able to have a drink.
"michael angelo" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Where when they forced Greg Marshall out, like I remember talking to people throughout that entire year and it was like, they're going to hire Mark turgen or they're going to, they're going to go after this person or that person. And then Isaac Brown was so good in that interim year that they were compelled to just remove the interim tag and make him the full-time head coach. And I'm not speaking on this one way or another. I'm just saying, there are times in the sport throughout history, both football and basketball were an interim coach does a great job. And you say, okay, this is our permanent head coach, and then it's like, oh, you know, was he just awesome for four months? And because he would not have gotten this without that great season as an interim. He would not even have been a serious candidate for this job. I don't think. But he was incredible. And led them to a great place and he got the job and I just wonder if state fans aren't now wondering, like, is this going to work out? Did we hire a great coach? Or do we hire somebody who had a great season? If that makes sense. Yeah, and I know which sas fans have no doubt found this pod because they're probably itching for a little bit of national recognition. Just talking about the team because it's kind of it's just been flirting with toiling with the relevancy. I don't think it's there yet. It is a big season here for which toss state and I'm not going to put I'm not putting Isaac on the hot seats. Fans might, but I'm not going to do that. Let me be clear. I'm not either. I'm just saying you can find examples in both football and men's basketball where the interim coach did a nice job, had the players on his side and then got the job permanently and then it just never was as good as it was in that interim year. And so far that seems to be the trajectory we're on unless we tell state over achieves pretty dramatically relative to pre season expectations. All right, real quick, the rest of my projected standings here for the league. And I've actually got a music queue here, ready for us as well. So I've got some sort of a trippy time. I got South Florida 8, you mentioned Tyler Harris is now in Tampa. Program just feels like it's spitting wheels a bit. South Carolina transfer keyshawn Bryant will probably be a key player there. And then 9 ten 11 SMU Tulsa east Carolina, what do they all have in common? They all have new head coaches. So every time a self imposed trivia time, rob Lanier, Eric conkle, Mike Schwartz. You research the league for the that doesn't count. Trivia time has got to be like, you haven't had this in your brain for the previous 12 to 24 to 36 hours. Oh, look who declared themselves the referee of trivia time. You know, what I think I'm doing some arbitration right now. That's right. That's right. SME one 24 games last season. Narrowly missed out on dancing. Kendra Davis is gone. Yes, the ponies have rob Lanier from Georgia state. Took over for Tim jankovic who retired. Samuel Williamson, once upon a time, I coveted Louisville prospect is now on the team there, Tulsa has air cockle, who went 7 years at Louisiana tech, he was really, really good for 7 years. They just never made the tournament. It's the same exact thing with Mike white. He was awesome at lot tech for like 5, 6 years, got the floor job. The team just can't break through to the big dance there. It's hard in that league, man. This conference USA, they've got a lot of teams, usually that are comparable, but only one can get in. That's tough. Eric's good. I like that higher. I do. He won a 153 games in 7 seasons at Louisiana tech. Very, very good. I hope tells us the right spot for him year one probably will be a slog, Sam Griffin has named a note there. And then I've got east Carolina finishing last Mike Schwartz, former associate head coach at Tennessee, really helped build Tennessee into one of the top tier defensive units in the country. They lost Tristan Newton to Yukon, did ECU, which is going to be that's going to be a dagger. If he was on the team, I wouldn't pick him last, but he's not. This team, this program, last made the NCAA's in 1993, all right? The number one movie in America in 1993 was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles three. Number one, which I don't even remember. I remember I remember one and I vaguely remembered too. I have no memory of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles three and being the number one movie in America. Can you name the Ninja Turtles? Easily. Come on, man. Can you? Michael Angelo? Yes, Donatello. Do the colors with the names. Here we go. With Mike Wayne's little blue? Nah, come on, dude. Michelangelo, Donatello. What color is Michelangelo? Red? Come on, man. Yellow. Oh, no. Michelangelo was orange. Orange. What was Donatello? Blue? Come on, you're terrible at this. Donatello is purple. Purple is what I meant. Yeah. Sometimes I confuse blue and purple. Michelangelo Donatello. I remember master splinter. Yeah. You can probably guess his color. Either blue or purple. What color is a rat? Rhett's black. Well, I mean, it was brownish, but okay. I mean, you're over three. What were the other two turtles? Michelangelo, Donatello, holy Christ. Why do I not know this?
"michael angelo" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"Up to Mitchell saltzman at IGN does a bunch of reviews for us, wonderful human being. He goes, Nick, do you want to play co op shredder's revenge with me and three other two other people? And I stood up and said, absolutely, yes, I will ran over and we just, they were in the middle of a session already and I just turned a controller on, jumped in and had a blast with a level and then of course I got home and then just downloaded it and then played solo dolo, had a terrific time. It's so much fun. Also, banger of a soundtrack. Oh, so good. It's a good soundtrack. A couple of the Wu Tang members on there? Yeah, they got raekwon and ghostface killer. Yes. And so that shows up during the final boss fight. And then Mike Patton of faith no more was saying the theme song at the start. That's who that was. Yeah. Yeah, I liked it a lot. I'd be interesting to see I'd be interested to hear what Sam thinks because I do think I should have crammed it the night before and solo. Now I regret doing that. But I'll definitely play in some format before next week then. Well, I do think you're probably have the same criticisms that you've expressed before about brawlers. It's pretty straightforward. And in fact, I think there are other recent brawlers like streets of rage four that have a deeper combo system. Yeah, yeah. I put the whole thing in a few hours. I died a few times but I never had to like start over or go back to a checkpoint or anything. You can just pretty much you can pretty much just sort of button mash away through the whole thing. Does it have like a fake lives and continue situation where when you do run out of life you have to be like insert corridor? Well, I never ran out of lives, so I don't oh really? No gamer, Sam out there. I'm not the ang of the B button at the same time to do that special move a whole lot. Yeah, yeah. You do unlocks, you know, you unlock additional moves as you go along. But I found with April at least there was like one special move that was like more powerful than anything else. So I would just save those up and when I get swarmed by enemies, I could just use that and that would pretty much clear the battlefield. But great pixel art, you know, like we've talked about before, it's worth playing through just like see the sights of the game. Right. Do you actually like it more than I personally like it more than streets of rage four, which I believe the same team worked on. I think that the pixel art is beautiful and I think that's one of the big bonuses it has. And I think the game feels better than streets are for age four. I think there's something to be said about the mashing one button a lot and every single impact you make with that one button feels good. It feels good. Yeah. And that's the thing that really set it apart from streets of rage for me where I feel like street to rage felt a little floaty with its combat, but maybe that's just me. And it's the same publisher dot emu, but not the same developer. Tribute games did TMNT the name of the developer of streets of rage four escapes me at the moment. Same publisher, I think I made like, I think I might like 6 or 8 four a little bit more just 'cause as I said, the combo system is a little bit deeper there. But I had a blast playing through. I have a random question to ask everyone here. Because we ran a poll on site. That was your favorite ninja turtle. And it's the closest poll I've ever seen in my entire life on the site. It's basically 25% for each turtle. Yeah. Does everyone here have a favorite turtle? I don't know the difference, but I do know that Donatello is always the best in video games. And I've always Donatello and NES for last, right? And from the arcade game, he has the longest reach with his bow. Yeah. Michael Angelo's the coolest. He's a party guy. He is a part again. I'm only Leonardo guy, 'cause he's the leader and I'm.
"michael angelo" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Because the truth is that you're never going to feel ready to make these changes. You're never going to feel like doing them. But you can always make a decision. That's always in your control. Staying with somebody that treats you like garbage is a decision. It is. Staying at a job that you hate is a decision. Staying in the body that you are not proud of is a decision. Is it going to be easy? No, it's not going to be easy to change. It's simple. To a Google search and then use the 5 second rule to force yourself to do that stuff. Change comes down to 5 second decisions. And this is why the 5 second rule is important for everybody to know. It's your job to push yourself. And I don't care if your doctor Martin Luther King Jr. or your Michael Angelo or your Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote Hamilton, you will struggle with self doubt. And everybody that you admire, everybody. And the list is the same Prairie. Oh, Oprah Winfrey, and I want to be like, you know, Tom, and I want to be like, you know, Branson and I want to be like Jay-Z and I want like everybody's list as a Bill Gates and do you know what those people do? They do not have the habit of hesitating. They trust themselves. I really fast before we go. Tell us about the $1 million mornings and settings. Oh, yes, I have a gift. So here's the thing. I did one thing other than the 5 second rule that has changed my life, my marriage, everything. I do not have the phone and my bedroom. The phone is designed by people, like your phone, you should not have your phone in your bedroom. And here's why, because what's on your phone is not your dreams. What's on your phone is stuff that's been designed by people that study game theory. You know why you check your email all the time? All the time. You know what you're constantly looking at your phone? It's called random rewards. It's a psychological principle that explains why we pull slot machines. Because every 6 or 7 times we get a little random reward, so we keep going back. I know most females blow, but every once in a while you get a good one, that's why you keep looking, right? So I created this course called the $1 million morning, whether you want to make a $1 million a year or in a morning or whether you want to wake up and feel like a million bucks. This is the science backed strategy. Step by step by step for how to wake up because it's not when you wake up that's matters. It's how you wake up. That matters. And we filmed it at the house. I walk you through all the science. I show you the whole routine and we're giving it to your audience for free. Wow. Yes. Thank you. You're welcome. Because look, I want you to use these things. It's one thing to talk, talk, talk, and think. It's another thing to actually take action. And the more that you can provide that I can provide that shows people what to do. And the more tools that we can give people. To get out of their heads and into action, the more the world is going to improve, the more your life will improve, getting people to understand neurochemistry is the game. And once you understand the game that you're playing, then you can play it well. But if you don't understand the game, then you're going to get stuck and you're going to be stuck forever. And you talk a lot about taking responsibility for that, recognizing nobody's coming to save you. Something you said in the book, it's something that you've said in interviews, something that I absolutely think is really powerful. How do we use that? Why is that important to recognize? Well, it's important to recognize because first of all, nobody is coming. If you've been sitting around waiting for somebody to discover you to pick you to save you to rescue you to give you your shot, it's not fucking happening. At some point you got to wake up and realize when you're 18 and you're out of that house, you have to parent yourself, your life is your responsibility. And as a woman, one of the things that I found to be extraordinarily transformational is when I stopped in a very traditional sense looking to my partner to be responsible for providing for me. Providing financially providing the support providing when I realized wait a minute, it starts with me. I have to be able to figure out how to make myself happy. That's, by the way, the secret to a happy relationship, marry somebody who's happy and work on your own happiness. Preach. And so when you stop outsourcing your happiness, your validation, your support, all of it, and you bring it back in. And you get responsible for it. It sounds scary. It's so liberating because you could do anything. When you're responsible, when you're the driver of your life, when you're not looking out to anybody else to fix it for you. Can you ask for help, of course, but the bucks stops with you. You're the one that has to do the work. You're the one who has to push your own ass. You're the one who has to figure out what makes you happy. You're the one who has to figure out and become self aware about what you need. And then you're the one that has to find whatever it is, the courage or being humble enough to ask for.
"michael angelo" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Some of the vocal power technique and all this sort of thing. So before we actually get into the album covers and all the stuff that we usually do, do you have any final comments and some of the things that you've found and learned Andy that you might want to say now? I'll say this up front. I kind of did a one 80 on nitro. Maybe not a full one 80, but in the last two weeks, it's because listening to nitro, I'm focusing more on Jim Gillette than I am on Michael. Yes. I'm not a guitar player. I get what he's doing is incredibly difficult, but I'm focusing more on Jim Gillette when I'm listening. I think he has to be the most technically gifted singer in the hair metal genre. What he did with it we'll get into and that's questionable. You listen to it and you start laughing and you think this is so weird. Why does it sound so weird? It's because every song has these multiple parts for every part three chorus, the verse, even when he's just screaming like, yeah, or he's doing like four tracks. That has to be extremely difficult and laborious to do. So when I was listening to that, I was thinking, should he not have gone into this type of music? Is there a different genre that he would have excelled at? But this was popular at the time, so he's like, I'm going to try this. And it just didn't, it didn't compute with what he was physically capable of and trying to do. I think he needed to dumb it down more to be successful more successful than he was. What do you think of Gillette's vocals, Nick? I guess we'll get more into it, but I find it quite often unintelligible. Almost all the time. Again, like what Andy said, it very impressive. And watching some interviews kind of training up for this episode. I came to respect his dedication to he really seems like he is 100% dedicated to keeping the voice going to working on its strengthening it. He's talking about which muscles need to be strengthened in order to do this. And he's getting scientific about which frequency exact frequency to the thousandths place. That you need to break the glass. I was impressed with all that. Listening to it, it just sounds like some crazy guy, but there's definitely a method there. So he's a very interesting guy. Another great quote that I read was he is half Vince Neil and half Elmo from Sesame Street. Chris, do you agree with what Andy's saying that, you know, we're taking the piss out of this, but the thing about this band is once again, they play it totally straight. This is not a gag to them. They're very serious about it. And Gillette does have, I would never compare Jim to let the Freddie Mercury, but the concept is the same where the stack vocals are really incredible throughout a lot of the songs. Yeah, as we get into the album comparison, I think some of my opinions will surprise people based on my previous nitro opinions. Because I actually have some pretty extensive notes here. Nice. These being the first time I listened to the albums. I wanted to make sure I had my recollections written down because I certainly wasn't prepared to listen to them multiple times today. So I wanted to make sure I had my thoughts down on paper so I could remember them for this show. Well, we'll get started. So the two albums in question is OFR, which of course stands for outrageous, came out, may 30th, 1989, on the rampage label, produced by Gillette Michelangelo baccio, and Charlie Watts. Who I'm assuming is not the Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones. That's where you're wrong. I think that wheels tour was delayed. Charlie said, Mick and Keith, I've got Jim and Michael Angelo on the line. Bugger off. I'll get back to you when I'm done with this. Yes, and this also features the rhythm section of TJ racer on base and Bobby rock on the drums, which is one of another reasons why I bought it because I was a big Bobby rock fan from the Vinny Vincent invasion and then I think at the time I bought this, he was in the Nelson band. And the funny thing is, which we'll get into. There are a lot of comparisons here between nitro and the Vincent invasion and I'll leave it at that for right now. And the other album is nitro two. Official name, HW DWS, hot wet dripping with sweat, so they're very much in the Sabbath Ozzy mode where they like their acronyms. This came out almost three years later, march 21st, 1992, also on rampage. Also produced by Jim Gillette and the rhythm section has been replaced by Ralph Carter and Johnny thunder on the drum suit. I don't think actually exists because I don't think there's an actual drummer on this album. I know, but that's kind of venturing into Charlie Watts territory where invoking the name of a member of the New York dolls just can't stop his last name. It's like this kind of game playing vote and rock icons. Insinuating that they would be involved with nitro is pretty odd as move on their part. Very much so. And when the tour started Johnny thunders was gone, replaced by Casey comet and of course in the video with a mark one Marcus Mueller who we should do a full podcast on. Just a quick note about the covers. If you guys noticed that they're the exact same coverage. What do you like? Red or green. That's how you pick which color. Which cover is better? Well, the background on OFR has got a little more artistic detail than just a different color. There's like a skull. There's some stuff going on there. But the second album is just simply swapped out the background for a solid neon green color and putting it to the bottom. I like hot wet dripping with sweat batter for that reason. On the album cover. It's the lack of just, we don't need to worry about it. We'll just stick the logo on a puke green background to call it a day. I was eating a fruit flavored candy cane while listening to OFR. My wife walked by and she said, that's the exact same color as the album. I just love the fact you're eating a fruit flavored candy cane. Listening to nitro mix a man, do strange things. Yes, it does. Just because we always do this. So Andy likes hot wit driven with sweat better. I will go with hot with dribble better because it pops a little bit better with the green plus there is no other band that has this puke green pea green color on an album. So it's very easy to find it when you're looking for it in the mix of a bunch of other CDs, which a lot of people do, I'm sure. What's your favorite of the two covers? I gotta go with OFR just because it seemed to be a little more effort put into it. I am a fan of the neon lime green, but I just I got a nod to.
"michael angelo" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"The mysterious and ever erotic Chris L and we are usually I'm guessing on your guys show, but this is, like I said in the third time you guys have done this one. And we are doing a nitro. Now I'm just do a quick intro. People might be going, who is this nitro we've never heard of nitro, that's the idea. You shouldn't have probably heard of nitro. But we did also do for you guys, the three cats, the three rock and roll boners, we've done a barren cross classic album clash, which is a Christian metal band from the 80s. That's probably about as obscure as nitro. So I think all of the talk is Jericho fanatics will stick with us here. Now, and if you want to kick this off, how did we end up coming to this point of this nitro classic album class? Because I will say this. Nitro is the best, worst band ever, or the worst best band ever, depending on how you want to put it. Kind of both at the same time. Depending on what song and which aspect of whether it's a visual or performance or whatever it is. But yeah, you're right. But why we're here is because on our show part of thunder, we did an episode about one of the songs on nitro second album. Hot wet dripping with sweat. Yes. Johnny died on Christmas. But we also know this all kind of started beforehand when we did cat scratch fever from the aforementioned hot wet dripping with sweat album. That's right. That was probably a year and a half before the Johnny died on Christmas episode. So you're right. But that's maybe that's what started it. We've been talking about nitro ever since and our group text and when we get together. But then I think it really kicked into high gear with Johnny died on Christmas because I don't think I've listened to another band on my phone since we recorded that episode. That's all I've been talking about and I don't know what got into your head to when we started with the cat scratch fever a couple years ago and this was during the lockdown when I probably was here in Jacksonville or maybe I was at home, but I would connect with you guys as much as possible because all of us were bored as shit, just trying to find something to do. So you'd pick random songs now on pot of thunder and the gimmick of the show for those of you just hearing about this for the first time is they pick a song we pick a song and for the next hour debate that song and you think how the hell can you talk for an hour about a song? Well, it's very easy because you stop and start and get really into the minutiae. So we were laughing our asses off at nitro, the concept of nitro, which is the highest singer of all time in Jim Gillette and the fastest guitar player of all time in Michelangelo baccio. Two guys who had instructional videos before they had bands. Correct. Yeah, like back in the day for those of you guys that are probably 40s or older, you could buy a magazine like circus and in the back they would have all the classified ads. And you could get the Jim Gillette vocal method. And the Michael Angelo guitar speed speed kills speed kills and then the other one was Billy Sheehan based tactics or whatever. They were available as a two pack also I think you got a discount if you got they really were speed kills and vocal power together. And it was a package together as well, if you're a guitar player, you need to learn how to sing back up. So by both. Right, so we kind of came obsessed with this nitro. And then when we Nick actually brought up let's do Johnny died at Christmas, which we've all agreed as possibly the worst song of all time. But it will get Nick and Chris involved quickly here. But the reason why this popped and I had to do a nitro classic album glasses because you said you hadn't stopped listening to nitro and done a whole deep dive where I thought we could be the only four people in the world that are discussing nitro right now and probably are for good and bad reasons. There could be members of nitro hanging out right now and they're not discussing nitro. So Nick, what was your thoughts about the initial nitro salvo? And did you listen to nitro prior to pot of thunder? Did you know anything about this band? No, actually. This was a band that flew under my radar in our discussions that we've had over the last 8 years on pot of thunder. A lot of the ridiculous has come up. So we had a few listeners who had sent us private messages or Facebook posting. Well, you know, nitro, right? This song, and this song. And it's like, no, I don't know this. And then I heard it. And I wasn't sure what to make of it. Now I've been forced to do the deep dive into both albums. Well, and just so you know a pot of thunder once again started as a kiss exclusive podcast where they went through every single kiss song. And the ones that always got the Chris hells proverbial goat were the Mark St. John tunes because Chris does not suffer quick guitar players lightly, always hated the Mark St. John solos. What were your initial thoughts on nitro Chris? And did you know anything about this band prior to cat scratch fever and Johnny died at Christmas and now both.
"michael angelo" Discussed on Ulti Soch
"You see that he gets a hot luck giant. And these are salon sehe is Garmin. Abja Ho najo. Upcoming Niko gave up as a mature geography. Or a Glen per se. Effort looked on him. So how would the yaro can nickel Lemay let that? Let tiny scale it down. Open his up, say up in the routine may up in the app. Or just sauce controlling here, job keep permission up. Rose gam karna Jesse. Easily hummus is other they look best source the retain. Mister Miller may need a mutton Rogan Josh banana Y cosh. His sleep they can not cook log her doth in my name. They are. There is a local Catalan. Micro in a timer agar Dominique. A big char pajama dry. The grid counter may eagle and say those reliant or pure belly land may shift math care. Patience, so to be ignored. And these are now practice corrupt. I see both. Look to, could she be her mother control here? Come sing them up. I'm out of control. Part the skippers. Michael Angelo nika hatan. Genius is eternal patience. Maguire is a bad fun day. In the dark, you just saw over the year. Big solution here, after the globe. Train kind this one. Those three better knocker in the himalay. Back.
"michael angelo" Discussed on WTOP
"Delaware tonight It's 7 51 a crucial event in world affairs right before the opening of the Winter Olympics President Chinese president Xi Jinping will sit down with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin The two leaders will meet here in Beijing just prior to Friday's opening ceremony one of the issues discussed is sure to be tensions in Ukraine The meeting with Putin will be she's first in person interaction with another major leader in nearly two years Putin is one of the few world leaders attending the opening ceremony other nations including the U.S. are taking part in a diplomatic boycott Steve federman CBS News at the Winter Olympics in Beijing Metro has announced a new transit police chief this evening he's Michael Angelo who has been serving as acting chief since August metro GM Paul whedon says Gonzalo is a trusted leader who is built important relationships with communities and other police departments in the area And zalo became the transit department's assistant police chief in 2018 before that he was with D.C. police for 30 years Last year a special panel was set up to investigate metro transit police after it was accused of abusive tactics in at least four incidents that panel has recommend recommended better training for officers D.C.'s attorney general is suing a company that owns supported living facilities in the district saying it denied wages to its healthcare staff Attorney general Carl Racine says around 50 frontline healthcare workers at 6 support homes for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities were denied overtime and hazard pay Early in the pandemic Azure health services which owned the facilities decided to lock them down requiring employees to stay and even sleep there two weeks at a time The lawsuit says while employees were on the clock they were on call 24 hours a day lawsuit alleges as your failed to pay for 6 hours of work her day to each employee They also failed to pay promised hazard pay As you're sold the 6 homes last year but they would still be on the hook if the suit prevails in court Look Luger debut A bar and restaurant in the district that refused to obey the city's masking and vaccination rules has been shut down for food code violations Now we've learned that the big board at fourth and 8th streets northeast got hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal aid during the pandemic The bar's owner repeatedly told inspectors he would not require customers to show proof of vaccination or make his employees wear masks He said the government shouldn't tell him how to operate his business But while he objects the government mandates he didn't say no to government money when it was offered A ProPublica database shows the company that owns the bar took almost $390,000 in paycheck protection loans a $159,000 of which has already been forgiven Has reached out to the bar for comment The Washington Post reports the bar's owners also got more than $264,000 from another federal program that helps small independent restaurants survive Coming up in money news how much will it cost to advertise during the Super Bowl this year It's sold out by the way It's 7 53 Is there anything we can do to slow the spread of COVID Yes we can keep on Keep on washing our hands wearing a mask and watching our.
"michael angelo" Discussed on Leadership and Success with Coach BZ
"That when people see shipping restrict, they think about the great works that Michael Angelo did with spanning. Substrate like bitter than composed music. I am a musician. And there are very very few musician really geniuses like bitter than WhatsApp. But this is probably to great pride in their craft. So whatever you do do it extremely extremely well. Super straight like leontine price things before the metropolitan art. And ship streets like Shakespeare would poetry. Substrate so well that all the oath of aven and earth will have to pose and say, we will leave the great street was swept its job well. Even God and the angels will have to stop and say, wow. What an excellent street swear. And that's really what you need to become in 2022. An excellent person in whatever field you have decided to get into. Whether it's marketing, whether it's computer science, technology, cybersecurity, medicine, whatever it is that you start to do entrepreneurship, be the best entrepreneur you can be. The best sales person you can be. That in your city that you may be known that you may have a reputation of being just very, very, very, very, very best. I think you're really always out to yourself. And that's a great great secret for success. And even if you can not be at the derivatives, if you can be a pan on top of a hill, be a scrub in the valley. But be the best little scrub on the side of the hill. Be a bush if you can be a tree. Everybody has very specific unique comments, but they were very best at whatever it is you said to your mind too. Be the best of whatever you are. That is such a great great great great listen. I can not overemphasize that. And then for number of frieze, we commitment to eternal principle. What I really love at the very very end, right? He says, if you can notly, you need to run. This is.
"michael angelo" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf
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You can grow thicker healthier hair and support our show by going to neutrophil dot com and inching the perma code leaf to save $15 off your first month's subscription. This is the best offer anyway, and it's only available to U.S. customers for a limited time. Plus, free shipping on every order get $15 off at neutrophil dot com spelled in UTR AFO dot com promo code leaf. The link in details will be in the show notes. A lovely story I heard years ago, I'm just looking my notes here that I want to share is a beautiful story about a little boy that was watching an artist. There was a huge big block of marble and there was this artist every day who was like chipping away at this huge big block of marble day of the day. And after that, this little boy would come and sit there and watch and then eventually one day this was in Italy. He could not contain his curiosity anymore. And he said, he's in your array. What are you doing? Why are you hitting that rock? And Michael Angelo, turned around to this little boy and said, because inside this block is an angel waiting to come out. And I'm chipping away to let the angel come free and I thought that's just like one of the nicest stories I heard with it's true or not. I don't know, but it sounds like it could definitely be true. And that was the statue of David that Michael Angelo was sculpting. And it was a work of art and not that David was an angel, but there was this beautiful angel inside. It was this beautiful creation inside. And that's what you are. There's a beautiful creation with life, puts us block around us, and extensive abuse does that. So you have to chip away chip away and it takes time. So the new recycle is your chisel, and 5 tips of the neuropsych on all the things that go around the brain preparation and the mind set and giving yourself grace and the kinds of all the things that I teach you in the neuroscience and the things I talk about on the spot cost to help you understand or your chisel daily chipping away at that and at that rock to leave the angel inside out till you out on an unleash you on the world with something you can do that no one else can do. And we all suffer until you actually are being who you are designed to be, and it can be done, and that's why you use the story because like you look at a big block of mobile and you look at how many years it took that into that for magnificent statue of David, which I've seen and it's just like unbelievable that you can get a block to that a rock of marble to that. That could be done. It's hard work it takes time, and that's what you just gotta mentally prepare online for that it is the we just got to keep going till we find it. And you might have to do it 63 and you're a cycle believing that there is an angel inside that block. You may it may just be all you do for one minute a day. You can do the 5 steps in one minute a day for 63 days just to believe that. And so these are simple steps you can take if you think I can't do all the complex stuff within just start there for 63 days for one minute a day use the 5 steps. Help yourself to understand the underneath block is this beautiful you waiting to come out and that all those lies spoken over to all their trauma is their big block around you, but it can come off. But you're going to have to chisel away at that. And people can help you along the way and possibly the chisel encourage you, but you have to do the chipping away. At your own block, you can't get someone else to check away, but your therapist's coach can help and guide you and encourage you and the chisel is the because it's a science of how you get your mind to change and rewire your mind to change your mind to rewire your brain and your body. Okay, so basically, here, here's a basic to help you keep going. Okay, so always start with brain free, but I mentioned it already. You've got to prepare your brain because when you start dealing with something like, I'm hopeless, I'm useless. I can't do this. And I mean, I work with enough people that have felt hopeless in their life suicide, let's say to know that this is not easy. And when you start trying to deal with stuff that has happened to you, it's hard. Do you have to repeal your brain because your brain is going to get a reaction you're going to have near chemical chaos. You're going to have adrenaline rushes. You're going to have. And you need to know how to calm and decompress those things. So the brain preparation helps you to get the new chemistry under control set and I do in the app I give you two to three minutes. Every day in the book I've got examples, one of my favorite is a team second pause breathing, which you would have heard me teach many times before you listen to me. But honestly, it's very powerful. And this many different ones I mean, you can use tempting haven. You can use all kinds of things. And as I said in the app I give you 21 different ideas of brain print. And you're coming into the neuropsych with so much kindness for yourself. So before you begin the brain, you're telling yourself this is not who I am. This is who I've become. I'm finding the block inside. They're kind of giving yourself grace, seeing that angel inside the block. They're kind of sad. That's why I said, listen to the identity podcast. Do maybe a whole new recycle just where you work on trying to understand the science of identity and wiring that in as identity train your brain that becomes literally a lettuce onto which you know, as you now fixing your identity, you can hang it onto this. This is the truth. This is who I really am. And just hearing me said one is not enough, but if you practice at 63 days, you'll build a central brain and you'll have a day and it will be then the resilience that you use to insurance policy or density insurance policy to help you fix your identity. And then so here's now when you do the once you've done all of that and now you actually starting to really unpack and find out who you really are and really release that angel hears a basic overarching neuron cycle. So first of all, you're going together awareness, 5 steps together, reflect, right into the mitochondrial chick active reach. Okay, interesting phenomenal things in the mind brain and body. I have a great chart in here, that's shows that when you do step one, this is happening in your mind, your brain, your body, and you do step two, this is hitting your mind. Your brain and your body don't skip a step. Don't add a step. That is the science of how you drive your mind to drive your neuroplasticity and rewire. So step one is gather awareness together means that you controlling it. You gathering if you go and gather apples in an Orchard. You're not standing under the tree in the old landing on your head, you are going and choosing the apple tree and you choosing the airports and you're picking the apple and you're putting that into your basket. So it's gathering, you gather and you controlling. You're getting agency. You being empowered. You have the ability to control the situation. So we're going to gather winners just let me step back one step and quickly, the brain preparation I did solid explaining between finish explaining that one of the great techniques is breathing. We all know that. We have so much about it, one of my favorite is the ten second pause, and I have a variation of.
"michael angelo" Discussed on WCPT 820
"For a talking filibuster like we talked about yesterday And I don't think cinema will not go with that She wants a future in politics She's going to have to get reelected So and with that with the new Arizona bills and how unpopular she is in Arizona There's no way she's gonna get reelected next time There just is no way But we've got Michael Angelo in Colorado Oh Hi Michelangelo Thank you Oh Michael Angelo I can hear the radio on in the background All right Cynthia Minneapolis let's see if this works Yeah Hey Cynthia It's not working Sorry Cynthia we're on our way There we go Hi I was listening to Mark Elias the lawyer who argues in favor of the Democrats and all these election lawsuits and whatnot And he was saying that this current voting rights bill that was negotiated with Amy Klobuchar Manchin is way better than HR one but also the people act because it addresses some of the problems that we now have because of the voting rights bill for the past George so I know I heard somebody say that they weren't really liking this new well there are compromised There are things in the compromise bill that don't address money in politics and other things that are very important that are in I think HR one But no I mean it is a great Bill and we can work on money in politics after that We can pass another McCain fine gold or even better than that So yes no I agree Hey I'll take it I just hope that it gets voted on Right Exactly Exactly Well thanks for calling in Cynthia Sure Have a wonderful day All right And it looks like Michelangelo's like Michael's back Yeah Hi Michelangelo How are you Hi good morning I'm sorry That's okay I'm having a roof redundant So it sounds like moms are falling I hope you don't hear anything God I hope your rift is unfollowing me I've been there done that We just had insulation put in Trust me I know this I know the feeling Are you no Well listen I just wanted to call up here Just talking about the shutdown of government We really have to be very strident and all that Shutting down the government will affect the economy's basically the people that are what was the middle class the people that are out there working and all the 1% doesn't have to worry about it anything like that All of the programs federal state local for funding for just about everything will stop We're talking about our credit rating and all of that Let's talk about the quality of life that we have every time they stop the government Social security I need that's about 20% of what I need every month to just get by Okay So I had to I had to go into savings which had been doing especially with the virus Right Everybody's been taking a shot So we have to be very striped to let people know that the Republicans number one they want to ruin the national economy that goes right down to the very not the lowest common denominator but the basics of people that are at the working every day to make this country run So just wanted to say that and please be safe out there during your mom used to be my babysitter a long time ago We talked about this because that was a lot to keep kit and when her shake came on There's my babysitter So I love her But summers was my babysitter Exactly I will let her know Michelangelo have a wonderful day Happy birthday mama She was my baby shit her Well you treat me Just a little Slightly like in person Sure It's weird Oh my God I have a question for you Jodi Did you ever I'm sure you did But like how often did you go to her shows Every Friday Every night every time I started when I was two maybe maybe three shows as old as I am Did she ever show you on television Oh yeah Okay All right I can clip Kind of like Charles Bono I totally want to see that I mean of course like everybody else Well they wouldn't point us out We weren't pointed out but when they will do shots of the audience I can see where we were sitting Okay If somebody was raising their hand and we were in front or behind them there was one they wouldn't bring on stage for a curve She didn't want people to know what he looked like Well you know their security concerns too Thank you That's true From the weirdos yeah But yeah no what would happen between set changes from sketches or into a finale or into a musical number The crew would be out changing the sets out in the orchestra would be playing music And every now and then pat Kenney who is the camera one would flip his giant Kim around Because they were huge My dad was in the booth You could actually see there was glass in the booth so you could see the stage and see the audience And then I just start shooting people in the audience because they could see each other on monitors Yeah Right And so one time I think Harry was 12 or 13 And we were from school so we were in our uniforms today And so pat Kinney just shot carry and me and Aaron and then Carrie just dove under the seat So you just saw an empty seat sitting there No Just to the audience starts going nuts laughing right And so my dad says keep it on or don't move.
"michael angelo" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"ABC News. I'm Marina Roy on Capitol Hill, Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Testifying over the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan. Michael McCall is the ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. This was an unmitigated disaster. Of epic proportions. But Blinken, saying even the most pessimistic assessment did not predict the government forces in Kabul would collapse. While US forces remain President Biden in Boise today he's the first president ever visit the National Interagency Fire Center. The president said. That historic wildfire is tearing through the West prompted the trip. Nicholas is the latest tropical storm out of the Gulf of Mexico, threatening the coasts of Texas and Louisiana. Schools already cancelled for tomorrow in Houston. U S. Capitol police approving a temporary fence around the building ahead of a right wing rally planned for Saturday. September 18th. This is ABC News. On his first papal trips since his hospitalization in July. Pope Francis with the suggestion to priests as the pope spoke to Catholic nuns and clergy inside ST Martin's cathedral in the capital of Slovakia. He urged priests to try to avoid long, abstract and boring homilies. Applause broke out, he said it would lead by nuns who were the main victims of long winded priests. Francis is on the second of the four day trip to Hungary and Slovakia. Earlier on Monday, he warned governments against quote succumbing to impatience in the lure of profit when planning economic recovery from Covid. Megan Williams ABC NEWS Rome Michael Angelo is a giant in the art world, but as a person he may have actually been small. Researchers examined three pieces of footwear believed to have belonged to the Renaissance artist They estimate Michelangelo was about five to the study is published in the journal Anthropology. Reena Roy ABC News. This view was worth the hike right and it's a good way to stay on top of my help..
"michael angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Um, how about this one? This might tickle Raqqa because he has long hair and as a hipster and listens to vinyl, Stanley Kubrick's Napoleon Stanley was set to make a biopic on the French military leader Napoleon Bonaparte. But he couldn't convince MGM to produce it. Why? I don't know. Kelly. I think people history buffs would like that. Yeah, I mean Kubrick's kind of notoriously difficult to work with. I wonder when when that was maybe that's why Already got another one. Okay? They thought of making a sequel to who framed Roger Rabbit. Oh, Jessica! Jessica. Gosh. Did you love her? Because she was like the representation of redheads. Kind of like teenage mutant into turtles. April O'Neil. I was April O'Neil Cowabunga reporter. I was Michael Angelo Idiot who like for you to Who framed Roger Rabbit to it got shot down. They did have test footage. It was made of a CG Roger, but the project got cancelled due to the high cost of hybrid animation and Rogers indecent tone. I'm kind of surprised that that hasn't researched Roger Rabbit. I feel like that's something that would come back around, you know? Space Jam just did there was that there's that hybrid animation style. Maybe will someday remember the movie. Howard the duck, Okay. My husband loves this movie. So we recently turned it on. I don't even know where he found it. I know exactly what you're gonna say. Very obscene, Like very I Like he thought it would be a great movie for our kids to watch. It is not. It is not, uh, it was PG back in the eighties, like very Howard tries to get together with Minnesota's own. What is your name? Um, Leah Thompson Thompson. It is I did not like that movie. That's how stick up on his head. That's a representation. That's symbolic. Lots of things that that are just out there. Did they kiss in that movie? I don't remember. Thanks. So it's just a weird movie. Yeah. And it was a huge bomb lost a ton of money. And I remember watching that when I was little willow, remember the movie Willow? No. All right. It's about a little person. Yeah. Would name Willow Come on what I'm talking about. I don't know This Raqqa is on the phone or else he would know. He was like a little warrior Whose Rocco Talking to maybe is Bill collector, but he would like He was like an arrow shooter. He's like a part of like a forest army. I remember. I haven't seen Well since I was a kid. That's what I remember. I'm stumped on the name of the actor. The lead actor member. Wild Hearts can be broken or can't be broken. The horse movie Great horse movie. Hang on. We've really gone on a tangent on movies. Tell you this, uh, loved as a kid. Warwick Davis starred in Willow. Nope. As as youth Good. A Newlin dwarf and aspiring sourcer who plays a critical role in protecting infant L. Laura. Dannon. I don't you'd love it. I would, I think Let's take a break. Feels like a good time. It was almost like two minutes overdue. When we come back. We've got a couple of studies. Kelly has a very, very bizarre one. What do we have to wait for this one? What do we have in common with flies like fruit flies. We will explain. It's fascinating. Believe me when we come back, it's done. And Steve on my talk. Welcome.
"michael angelo" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"About and you're listening to the station that gives it to you straight the Bay Area's home for conservative talk 5 60 ksfo stuff to talk about this hour. That guy who looks like it's going to be mayor of New York City, Man. He laid down a marker yesterday, which I think is, um The Democratic Party listens to him. That's bad news for Republicans to He's on the right side of history. I'll tell you that more on that. Okay, intriguing. I'm intrigued. Plus the Centers for Disease and Rent Control have extended the eviction moratorium. The reasoning is tortured at best bunch of biologists decided what the best policy is for the world of housing. Yeah, months of biologists, so that seems weird. Uh, this is we're not happy about this, Sean. We can say this with honesty. Joe and I were talking about this the other day. Every funny thing you've said this week. Every insight you've brought to the show. We thought we're going to miss that when it's gone. This is Shawn's last day. As Sean has decided to leave us in our time of need out of spite really, of the country's time of need exactly Pettiness spike Pettiness in spider, really what's causing him to leave that in a job that pays more? And the break up of his romance with Michael Angelo. Oh, that's right. That was not for their. I apologize. Um so we had to come up with a good, uh, a send off with something where we had some ideas. I do have a fantastic gift for him later in the show That was was more money than I plan to spend. But it was worth it that the joy I'll see on your face is going to make to make the zeros. I think 30% worried You're going to hand me alive, Wolf. Want to train it before it gets above. Like £20. Well, it's a wolf hybrid. It's half tiger anyway. Oh, yeah. Jack's.
"michael angelo" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Bring out the breakfast place first, like it's fucking full on that. Yeah. Zach pancakes, etcetera. It's that kind of a plan. Words did he not get elected? Let's introduce every the squad. It's teamwork that makes the dream work. There's our technical director Michael Angelo. Pressing buttons. Flipping dog was pulling levers higher this morning, Michael. Good to things. Joe is absolutely correct about the extra large pizza Definitely go that route for I never get the extra large pizza. Yeah, you got it. Just it just makes sense. Okay? And Sean is very lucky before this meat shortage, said he went to the Brazilian steakhouse. Because, you know, now they're just giving away like one pork chop in ahead and let go because of the meat coming out of the meat comes yes, ma'am caused it. I ate a lot of meat on a pork chop and a head of lettuce is what they haven't the Brazilian steakhouse. There's positive. Shawn, who smile lights up the room. Are you show doing quite well, I think this may be a sign that that I am just getting to the point where You know, I'm I'm old. I'm old because I I watched the news all the time. And I see this happened constantly news. Generic anchor personal We welcome now are long time veteran political strategist A 26 year old, right? Yeah. Happens. It does happen on time in 26. You must be watching you some old They're so young. Your class election cycles shouldn't count as being a political reporter are their teeth. White is their face symmetrical are if applicable, their boobs pert. These are the questions that must be answered a cable TV right? George W. Bush, Being president is ancient history. You remember Obama is president because that happened while you were in high school, but that's it. Right. I'm Jack Armstrong. He's Joe Getty on this Wednesday, June 2nd the year 2021 Worm strong and getting we approve of this program. Let's begin that officially now, according to FCC rules and regulations. Here comes the show at Mark. This is not a model kid that you just snap together. No one's ever built a 62 ft. Still chicken before, so he's having to come here put things together. Measure everything, go back to his shop in Tennessee and and start then so it's been a work in progress. But I'm tell you there's going to be fantastic when it's finished. Okay, Well, after what my my my headphones aren't working, right? I thought that man said 62 ft. Steel Chicken. The details on that story to come. How does mailbag look? It's very good, Jack. But before we get into that, for instance, a 10 inch pizza that would have a radius of five squared is 25 times, 3.14, which is pi roughly that 78 a half inches square square inch. Yeah, that's right. Sure. So that's 78.5 inches, Sean, You've got to remember that. All right? 78.5 got it. So that's a 10 inch pizza. Now a 12 inch pizza. Is 36 times, 3.1, but I screwed up. Sorry to to 36 times, 3.14. That's 4000. So I think I screwed up again. Like maybe we'll get to try this again. Waiting. Be happening any time, Joe. No, it's coming along. I think I gotta write this up. Okay. There you go. So a 12 inch pizza on Lee, two inches more diameter. Has a radius of six squared 36 times pi 113 square inches of pizza for an additional two that that's beside the point. Friend. This is economics. This is not physiology for an additional 2 to $3. Ladies and gentlemen, That's his since the 35 inches of pizza, making an argument about value, not pant size. Let's see what size with that side of the argument. We're on here. China has just made an announcement. Hellboy boy. Um, mailbags, looking good. All that stuff on the way on the Armstrong and getting shows are from and get it. Jack Armstrong and Joe Getty. Here, remember, the feeling you've got is a kid.
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"Ache fundamental changes to what's happening. But what are you going to do? The alternative is to do some of the stuff that Trump did, and they don't feel like they can do that. So thank heaven open vault full of money and telling everybody Look, it's illegal to take that money. Do not take that money. That is you. Come here, you little not be allowed to carry away money. But if you walk over there and take some of it out of it, we're not gonna prosecute you for it. And you get to keep the money. And by the way, you can watch videos all day long of people carrying money out of that vault. But the message must go out. The money cannot be taken. Just idiotic, you know, speaking, idiotic. It's teamwork that makes the dream work. And that's why we introduce something. The squad There's our technical Director Michael Angelo. Pressing buttons slipping toggles pulling levers. Hurry this morning, Michael. I'm doing good going back to that pipeline story. I'm gonna tell you this. Our government is lying to us about that pipeline was hacked by 2 16 year olds that are computer geniuses. They're just not in school right now. The board they were on sword. They're just you know, they do this and they scalped PlayStation fives. But the government's going to blame it on Russia or something like that. I would love to hear from the hackers them saying either it was really difficult. I mean, this is our most challenging job are saying it was crazy is like it's like trying to hack into the local 7 11. I mean, it was just amazing. The password was password one. We couldn't believe it first try. There's positive. Shawn, who smiled like the room are you, Sean? Doing quite well. New HBO documentary dropped yesterday Stuff First two episodes. I don't even really know how many they're planning on doing, but each one was more than an hour and a half. I don't know if they filled out the full two hours. It's called the Crime of the century. It is about the opioid crisis and kind of pushing back against the narrative that this was a crisis. Right. A crisis is just a thing. That kind of happens and we'll go nowhere. We're in the crisis. No, this was much more a deliberate act. Based on a that required a syriza of criminal acts in order to implement and it's It's fabulous. I love it can't wait to watch more like that. There's a number of those in my lifetime that it had have happened that they call a crisis at the time and look back on as a crisis like the housing crisis when they crash. No, that was a man made. People did bad things to make that happen. It wasn't just like it wasn't like a hurricane that hit what are you gonna do? The dots air, perfectly connected ble and same with the opioid thing. According to this documentary, that's that's really interesting. I'm just shocked that anybody would accused Big Farm of dishonesty or politicians of turning a blind eye to this sort of thing. Yeah, that too. I'm Jack Armstrong. He's Joe Getty on Wednesday, May 12th year, 2021. We, Armstrong and getting we approved this program. Let's begin, then officially now, according to FCC rules and regulations, here we go at Mark Well, this is one of our favorite sporting events every year. Russian President Vladimir Putin plays in a hockey game. With professional players, and every year he does amazing, really thin this game. He scores eight goals. One shot was blocked, and the goalie was later accidentally run over by a Zamboni. Because he's a murderous dictator. You see? And and everybody knows it. Yes, And everybody knows it is the point of the whole thing right for Putin that everybody knows. If.