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"moba" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

07:47 min | 8 months ago

"moba" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

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No Hype for 2021 Cowboys without Dak

Cowboys Beat

03:42 min | 1 year ago

No Hype for 2021 Cowboys without Dak

"News this week is on the way boys hype video that came out after the Superbowl and it's like any other video. It's Cool at times corny at times and probably doesn't need to exist. But if you missed it, you didn't miss much. Here's just a sampling of the audio from it to start a team built on tradition that tradition lasted tenacity in our fiber has that means ignore the critics embrace the love but most importantly in order to win we have to work. Let's go. Okay and you know, you see various highlights of the Cowboys and I mean, it's corny right kids start school like cool nice history trophies Emmitt Smith Michael Irvin cool, then it's like we got a work I just in sports. I mean Don't tell you what the labor show me the baby, you know, I don't care that you're like everybody's working. Everybody's working. Everybody's trying to get better. Right the way you show that is on the field now I get it try to create content and make videos MOBA. It's just corny. The big issue is Dak Prescott it the protectors Dak Prescott is not in the video. It says next season starts now hashtag Dallas Cowboys hashtag Kelly station blah blah blah blah. There's no Dak Prescott. So you're telling me you're you made a hype video for the 2021 season and it does include your quarterback. There's no hype for a season without a quarterback. Let's just be clear there. No hype for season without a quarterback. So there's really no video. No, hype no nothing even have a quarterback. So like, you know, I mean some people have taken this to be like, oh contract negotiations Pub song Bad Blood, you know Derek Eagleton who runs the Cowboys be Department. You know he tweeted about it. He says this was simply an oversight that should have been caught and corrected by us. Anyone who's making it seem like Cowboys decision-makers use social media videos to make statements doesn't understand or take the time to understand how it works. Trust me. There's no story here, which I mean that's I get it and it makes sense but it also doesn't make sense. It just makes us sense. It makes no sense that. They made a High video and a bunch of people watched it all work for the Dallas Cowboys and nobody was like, you know, there's I hate to be the this guy but I don't see number four in there at home. He's pretty visible player very much the news had an injury this year. I mean, maybe they just pulled, you know, maybe they're trying to pull highlights in the end of the season. I don't I mean I'm not suggesting. Like that, this is a shot at Dak or it's a you know, it's it's a it's on contract negotiations. I just don't think this could be an oversight. Like I don't know how else to say it. I don't think it it's I just I don't know. It's just a it's not a set like I get that it's not vindictive and it's not I I totally think that that's true. I just don't understand. How it's possible that you could work for the Dallas Cowboys and watch that and there's lots of people that had to watch that video before it's made public and be like, there's no Dak in there. Somebody had to say something. I'm up buying. Nobody said anything. So and if you can't Here's a thought. Let's say we can he's under contract. He's not he's out of the country with the Cowboys. So we can't we can't include him that might be the reason it's perfect. Probably the reason the don't do a home video

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"moba" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"moba" Discussed on KCRW

"E don't know what to think. It's a destroyed house. It needs a lot of work, she says. But she says they had to come back from the camp. At some point. They named one of the Children born there, though, our means wanderer, there are no friendly neighbors here to come and help villages mostly deserted. Everything is sand colored. Water has to be brought in and tanker's almost nothing grows. There's a sign on the road, saying there was a U S a D project here, But that project to bring electricity to the village still hasn't reached the hoses. There. You see the truck driver backer has Ali says he's brought back 17 families so far. He says people will eventually rebuild their houses. But the bigger problem is the fear that Isis fighters who came from neighboring Arab villages will come back. Fresh Moba audition got Donna. If I went to the city of Sinjar tomorrow, I'd be afraid of seeing the same Isis men who took our use Edie women sitting around in owning shops. It's painful for us. That is the disaster of Sinjar. Parts of cinder city or still in rooms. Five years since Isis was driven out area has changed hands between Kurdish and Iraqi government forces. Neither they nor the U. N have done much to help residents rebuild and now stayed groups. The U. N the Iraqi government and diplomats why so little has been done to help survivors of an actual genocide. Given mix of reasons. Leadership struggles, presence of armed militias, security concerns. Iraqi cash crisis and then the pandemic. Yazidis, though, say it's because they're poor and don't have political power..

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"moba" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"moba" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's a destroyed house. It needs a lot of work, she says. But she says they have to come back from the camp. At some point. They named one of the Children born there below our means wanderer there no friendly neighbors here to come and help villages mostly deserted. Everything is sand colored. Water has to be brought in and tanker's almost nothing grows. There's a sign on the road, saying there was a U S. A D project here, But that project to bring electricity to village still hasn't reached the houses. There. You see the truck driver backer has Ali says he's brought back 17 families. So far, he says, people will eventually rebuild their houses. But the bigger problem is the fear that Isis fighters who came from neighboring Arab villages. Come back. Fresh Moba audition got Donna. If I went to the city of Sinjar tomorrow, I'd be afraid of seeing the same Isis men who took our use et women sitting around in owning shops. It's painful for us. That is the disaster of Sinjar. Parts of cinder city or still in rooms and five years since Isis was driven out area has changed hands between Kurdish and Iraqi government forces. Neither they nor the U. N have done much to help residents rebuild and now stayed groups. The U. N the Iraqi government and diplomats why so little has been done to help survivors of an actual genocide. Given mix of reasons. Leadership struggles, presence of armed militias, security concerns. Iraqi cash crisis and then the pandemic. Yazidis, though, say it's because they're poor and don't have political power..

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"moba" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"moba" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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Aruma Malbec 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

Aruma Malbec 2018

"The chief flying fighter DOT com. Today. A nice wine at the mall. A Little Bit Cooler All the way. On the horizon. The fees and forties. Looking for some red wine. Phones and say we have the other room. Twenty eighteen from. Argentina. Ruma is a project by `less container who's been in Argentina since the eighteen hundreds and baron. Child. Feet of Bernardo fame when I growth in Grand Cru and all those. This is their continuing project, their entry level value priced Mulbah. And it's funny because a lot of times in this price range. Get value priced wines from people who who produce value price wise, and they have a little bit different philosophy. From. These high. Lines. Awesome. It's just different and what's different about this. Is even though. Kits from some of the same vendors more expensive than what they do is they specialize in mile that. And Saban Young, which are two grapes that are well, Dabur nate sub Yang and Bordeaux and Mullebeck used to be before blocks all that but there to. Bordeaux wines or grapes. And they specialize that, and this is from those vineyards scale not maybe the the fancy parts of those vineyards but good solid parts those. But they don't use oak barrels. It's a fermented in stainless steel. That brings out the bright lively fruit and it's a two thousand eighteen of vintage, which means you know. It's it's a drink wine, but it's got a little bit of aging and that aging isn't cement tanks. They're lying tanks you're not getting reaching out whatever's in the some met. And that is something will actually getting more popular like central coast to California and then the. Valley in a place in France. And why that's good for ages. especially. Like this Mullebeck has got. Really rich flavors has got tannin's. Need any more edge to it that Oakwood rain. And the cement tanks. Thick. Enough. Insulate the wind and the need. From variations in temperature outside. He'll stainless steel that serve fairly. Thin stainless steel. Barrels earlier you know are are. Not Thick, they don't get a lot of temperature art. And when you look at. Wine that is being young age. They've put it in sellers where. It's protected from variations and temperatures and humidity. Now, this doesn't feel the steel tank doesn't go seller. Control but it's pretty good. So it actually helps to wine age. It helps deal recover. Without any outside interference with cement this. Sounds Weird maybe at first. But or just start taste, and it's fine and this is a really rich. That's Mullebeck. It's got great flavor you sometimes, we get chocolate stuff going to get that because Joplin the no are going to be here. There's no hope. But you don't Miss It. There's Tana's dusted. Shannon's there's really rich speak. Very liquorice. Softer Plums FABS. Yes got flavor and another thing Zenit. Opens Up Close flavors open up. Your first glance might be moon. That's your second. Oh, that's nice. Yeah it's a solid really. Focused Moba.

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"moba" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

Gaming Ride Home

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"moba" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

"Switch and mobile devices, though there was no timeframe for release, the presentation ended with a match between ICHIHARA and some Japanese celebrities and content creators. It's rare to see Ishihara playing a video game, so that was fun, and then his his team won. It's definitely mobile. which like I? Said doesn't get me particularly excited, but it doesn't feel like the Pokemon Company is forcing a round peg into a square hole, the idea of catching pokemon for points and leveling them up to make them evolve and learn new moves are well established. Poke mechanics so in that regard. I think I think it's smart i. think my biggest question. Question at this stage outside of release window and monetization is how will communication work? The presentation focused often on the importance of teamwork, but I'm curious if there will be voice chat, something the switch as in particularly good at all, or if there will be lots of tools in game to communicate with other players I guess we will just have to wait to learn more. Former! Playstation Executive Shawn layden would like to see AAA. Games get back the ten to fifteen hour length shawn, layden, the former chairman of s e worldwide studios for playstation, left the company late last year, and has mostly been quiet, but appeared recently with a rather large beard on game lap live with Games Beats Dean Takahashi Laden expressed pride in the last of US part to a game that he was heavily involved with during the course of its development, but also reminisced about games in the AAA space, being shorter and having smaller budgets and. And talked about the difficulty of making modern games with bloated budgets and game lengths Matthew Andre Hanrahan reported on Laden's appearance for games, industry DOT BIZ and wrote quoting Laden. The problem with that model is it's just not sustainable Layton said explaining that the current generation has seen the cost of development reach between eighty, million and one hundred fifty million for most triple a games excluding marketing costs with production, taking up to five years from start to finish I don't think that in the next generation you can take those numbers and multiply them. Them by two and think that you can grow. He continued I think the industry as a whole needs to sit back and go all right. What are we building? What's the audience expectation? What is the best way to get our story across and say what we need to say? It's hard for every adventure game to shoot for the fifty to sixty hour game. Play milestone because it's going to be so much more expensive to achieve and in the end you may close some interesting creators, their stories out of the market if that's the kind. Kind of threshold they have to meet. We have to reevaluate that I think Laden has an interesting point as a video game consumer I. Don't really think about the budgets and ultimately don't really care. I'm just more interested in the final product. That's Laden's concern or at least was laden's concern, but I definitely see where he is coming from I. Do like the idea of games getting back to that twelve fifteen hour window? That was always the sweet spot for me for narrative games as much as I really enjoyed last of us to. and. Don't think I would want to see anything. Cut from the game. It was very long, maybe even too long, and it can be intimidating to commit to a game if you know what's going to creep into that thirty to forty hour window alternatively, though the customer's always right, and if that's what sells, and when players like well, that's something that creators will just have to figure out. FACEBOOK gaming will not be integrated into the X. box dashboard in place of mixer. There is still a lot to unpack about yesterday's news about mixer, shutting down and getting integrated into facebook gaming mostly in the form of unanswered questions, regarding exactly what happened, but there are a few new details Larry Major Nelson herb who is a spokesperson for Xbox and has been for years even though I don't know what his actual titles. Titles took to read it to answer one question that even I posed yesterday in thread sharing a tweet from Phil. Spencer that I will share a second herb wrote. If you're asking if the current mixer integration in the dashboard is just going to become facebook gaming, the answer is no the Phil. Spencer tweet in question and Phil, Spencer is the head of xbox was in response to someone asking if xbox will open. Open its doors little more and allow for on console streaming with more platforms like twitch Spencer, responded Yes we absolutely want to give gamers choice of where to stream from xbox, so I haven't really used the built in streaming options on the xbox a lot, but my understanding is that mixer up until early was basically built into the platform, so if you wanted to stream, it would basically default to mixer and you wouldn't. Wouldn't have to mass with any other APPS, but you still could stream two platforms like twitch and Youtube. You would just have to download their dedicated APPs and have them running and stuff. If I'm wrong about that, please shoot me a correction, but I think the main takeaway here is that in the future probably the near future it will be easier to stream directly to non mixer streaming platforms from.

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"moba" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

Gaming Ride Home

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"moba" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

"Fourth I and Kyle Hilliard. Here's a whole bunch of stuff that happened recently. A number of developers, streamers and game journalists have shared stories of abuse in the game industry pokemon unite a polk Amman Moba was announced for this morning former playstation executive. Shawn Layden reminisces about shorter games with smaller budgets. FACEBOOK gaming will not be integrated into xbox. One Lace Mixer and Christopher Nolan's movie inception will be airing in Fort Fortnight on Friday. Game Developers Streamers and game journalists share myriad abuse, sexual harassment and assaults stories within the industry. Just a heads up before starting this first segment, it does cover topics that may be inappropriate for younger listeners or troubling for those who have experienced issues like this. Personally I do keep this podcast. Clean and today's episode is no different, but I did want to at least offer some kind of content warning before starting, and if you WANNA, skip this section I totally understand the next segment begins at the four minute and thirty five second mark. If you just want to jump there this week, a number of women and men have come forward to share stories of sexual harassment and abuse within the industry online. Stories are continuously pouring in even today primarily through twitter. This is obviously troubling news. However, elevating these stories is important, and I really appreciate the bravery of those willing to share their experiences. Arguably the highest profile allegations were shared about Kris avalon. Avalon is a designer and writer known predominantly for his narrative work on classic PC. RPG's like the original follow games, but most recently he was credited as the writer for the upcoming dying light, to which is no longer the case. After multiple stories were shared about his inappropriate behavior, he was removed from that game, and his ties were also cut with hard suit labs, the studio behind the upcoming vampire, the masquerade bloodlines. bloodlines to along with others, Kacoos Ethan Gotch has one of the more detailed accounts of the allegations against Abalone as they spoke to a victim and shared her full story. gotcha story is linked in the show notes the New York Times also has a good story about the growing allegations focused mostly on these streaming and streamers side of the industry which I also have linked in the show notes. Avalon was not the only games industry person accused of this behavior this week. Hayden Taylor reported on this recent wave of abuse allegations for games industry, DOT BIZ and wrote over forty individuals have been named Taylor wrote, and then continued the vast majority of those accused are influencers on twitter or youtube with followings, ranging from a few thousand to several million, some have issued statements while others have remained silent or deleted their social media accounts, accusations have been levied against popular, twitch, stream, or Tom Pros in Kit Castle as well as youtubers Joe Vargas host of the angry joe show and. Cry. ICK Terry Taylor's game industry dot. Biz story goes into more details about the allegations and the story is also linked in the show notes. If you WANNA learn more following those stories, former and current Aegean, editors shared stories about inappropriate behavior from higher ups within the company like Steve Butts Tau Blevins and Casey Lynch none of whom are currently employed at the publication. These are far from all the stories and allegations that have been shared over the last few days and I encourage you to seek them out. Those brave enough to share their. Their stories deserve to be heard. It's obviously troubling that there are so many, but it is a good thing to see this kind of behavior be surfaced and shared to hopefully prevent more of it in the future, and just a quick aside. I do feel like I should have covered this story yesterday. It's one that has been growing and expanding over the last few days, but I wanted to make sure I was covering it thoughtfully. It is a dense story and I just wanted to make sure. I was sharing the full picture or As much of the picture as I. Can I encourage you to check out the stories that have linked in the show notes? Hokum on unite is a polk Amman Moba coming to switch and mobile devices. As promised last week, the POK Mon Company held another POK Mon presents presentation this morning. In order to announce poke Amman unite, which is basically a mobile where you play poker mon.. No one really knew what to expect for this presentation. After getting the new pokemon snap announcement last week. I thought it might be details about pokemon sword and shields next DLC others thought might be a let's go. PEEKAPOOS SLASH EV style game, but covering the gold and silver generation of POKEMON, but it turns out. It's a brand new game called pokemon unite. The presentation began with President and CEO of the POKEMON company. Soon. Kazu Ishihara talking about the pokemon franchise is cooperative and. And competitive play over the years, and then revealed it's five V. Five strategic team based poke Amman battle game. The game is being created in partnership with ten cent, but the actual development is being handled by Timmy Studios. Timmy worked on the mobile version of call of duty and player on known battlegrounds, but it also created arena of valor, a two thousand. Sixteen Mobile Mobile. That continues to be popular as someone who doesn't really play or enjoy mobiles. My initial reaction can best be described as neutral, and while the rest of the presentation did little to convince me that I should be excited about the game I do think it is very smart and the game play seems like it fits well within the POKEMON, franchise. Matches take place on a mirrored battle arena with five goals on each side, and you can actually destroy your opponents goals, which puts them at disadvantage, players pick a Camman and fight enemies to level up and collect pokemon to drop off at the goals, which gets you points, and also heels you in a pinch, and as you level up, you evolve and get access to new abilities and. which lets you focus on different strategies like close range, combat or long range combat? The pokemon have different abilities which will dictate who you choose to play as but there will be no type advantages, you can also pull off team moves for lots of damage, but you need to be strategic with them. The game will be free to play, or Nintendo likes to say free to start for.

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"moba" Discussed on I Never Cast For This

I Never Cast For This

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"moba" Discussed on I Never Cast For This

"You had ideas that basically nobody had thought off now of course where people rehashing. Is that were popular, but there was far more innovation i. feel back then whenever it was just a guy sitting in his. In his bedroom. Coding these Games on his own on an sat in the might on the computers. You! Know what I mean like every couple of months would be new mechanic that somebody had thought up on. Find a way to implement into a game. Night, that's something you don't really say. Naive got pretty much doing the same thing over and over and over, and that leads into the whole remastered thing it's. For me. If, you're going to do the same thing. It's a bit like the movies I mean there's there's a trend and movies where the Remek and stuff for my childhood. It's like stop maximum a childhood. A good example one. That caused quite a bit of controversy. Not Too long ago. Was Negotia ghostbusters but Me Personally I didn't I didn't like it, but not because those women, and whatever else it, just simply because it was not a good movie, just did not stand up to the original. Movies for me. Yeah I heard. A lot of people say that movie was not. UP TO STANDARD FOR SURE Didn't compare the old ones. Yeah I think. Games are really I, I really do think that the mastering the mastering of games is stifling. The innovation of gays, but then you could argue is well that. That you know back in the eighties and the nineties. Games was a new. It was brand new so obviously. There's GonNa be a lot more new ideas. Whereas now we're thirty thirty years in. and. It's a lot harder to have a game. That's innovative and kind of peace to the. To the audience, we're seeing mobile after mobile after Moba that millions of people play..

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"moba" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"moba" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"moba" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast

The Here for Her Podcast

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"moba" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast

"Do not okay. Let's see here better than by the way that new Justin Bieber Song sub told me that you don't like it and he No like really. That's all you. You got me where come on. It's been like five years and you give us Yami. Apparently that song was written for his wife. It wasn't very deep. That's for sure just be we're actually has lime's I know easy. I know he just came out about it. What everyone's like? You look like a crack at it. He's like I'm actually dealing ailing with lime disease here. What is okay I know you get you can get lime disease through techs but what are the symptoms? Will you get at this red rash around the bite but like is that the only way you can catch it. I don't know what I mean. He travels a lot because he's performing all the time. Yeah you could have gotten a labral Levin got it two years ago. It's crazy but then you can never get rid of it right like when you have lime disease you have it. We didn't Selena Gomez also have that. I'm googling this may go back reared no I feel like she has something more serious. She had kidney issues. How did we get here transplant? One of her friends gave her. You're a kidney fuck off. FUCK ING rates Let me see lime disease symptoms but is it forever like you can't get rid of aunt rent. That's a good question. I mean I kind of need to know here now I look for partly yes. Oh it can be cured with antibiotics. She you know what I think. I remember hearing that. It was super rare. It was like I think averill Levin had to go to the states or something to get this particular antibiotic. We didn't have it in Canada and it was like seven million dollars to get it. Oh see it saying some of the after effects can linger for months and sometimes even years cheeses Christ Drizzles Selena had lupus. That's what it will loop I just google that so she would still have lupus in a forever thing and I think it's a forever thing. Yeah that's autoimmune disease. That's crazy. I didn't know her friend. Don't like imagine. Yeah sorry great friend. I wouldn't donate my kidney kidney. I'd give you a just getting although I might have to save my kidney. Because NICKLEN has one. Would he ever needed a kidney. I was born that. Will they think so. This swinney said they didn't ultrasound on him at like he was eighteen or something his first ever abdominal ultrasound and the brought in the doctor. Whoever was there because the ultrasound tech was like I can't find your other kidney doctor game in and it turns out he does not have have a kidney inside? That's so bizarre to me. How do you just? You're not imagine he was born with at least it was his kidney and not as testicle imagine the thing is testimony ups. I mean next got two but yeah I mean this the first one can disappear sometimes. I'm like Oh rarely go. Yeah there's a weird situation where one can like disappear up into the you know. So I just kind of evaporated there's fallow comes back down. Just like sucks up and then comes back down again where we are educating the people tonight Jim McKay eating guys take notes back to the song this is so I can't believe we got there okay. So top forty songs things this week give it to me. Of course. It's the beeps. You GotTa young such stupid song. It just lacks talent. We need to make a list song list for Thursday when we're in Toronto so pumped what's this bb is at Bay Bay BBB wreksa ballet rex. BB wreksa okay. That's fucking fine. She hat she's hot. I want that Hairdo. Let me see show me. I can't really turn on the computer now anyways. How was your week? It was good. I actually have to think back to what I did. Did this week. It's all a blur. You know what I mean. Yeah That working mom life it's just all blur yet every day. Kind of the same you you go to work and you come home you make dinner during glass wine blackout. I never do that not at all no matter anyways. I'm glad we just wasted like twenty eight minutes of this recording. Probably didn't say anything of value. I'm so sorry guys. This is interesting. intro tonight. So let's get out. I mean what are you. What's new with you? Tell me what's new with you. Do you have any funny stories do Pini Cups lately in Mike P. Ping and cups is off limits by the way. Do you know how many women message me on instagram. With suggestions of alternative stooping and cups after my episode Alternative Angles People there. Is this little contraption that you can use on your jj when you're in the car and it's like this kind of reminds me of like gay Okay the one that you put over your Jj. Yeah we've already been there. We tried to get these off Amazon. No but it's like a little Joanna recommended it might not try okay. It's a special thing. She's when she's camping and it actually looks legit but it goes into Hugh O.. Bottle so you say goes in your vagina was like all. I'll think. Oh my God. Oh it's like a little older it's like what is it called a vagina catcher yet. kind of it's it's the tube then goes into the bottle. I don't like Tube. Why are we going to tooth freak me out? It's bigger at the top it's like. What is it Colt? One of those You know the kitchen like a Turkey baster. What is going on right now? You you pull it up George Strait angle me cooking. No Day on Angel Momma cates. This I'm going to be taking care of you when you sick motherfucker. Yeah okay. So it's it goes over your badge it's for. It's a urinating aid it's a funnel. That's the word final final to Turkey. I'm like what the fuck in Turkey. So then it's a funnel I'm onto something there if you've got a Turkey baster at home cut. Cut the top off by them. Don't need Amazon. Prime Nut Maybe or you can get a funnel from your kitchen like legit funnel. No because I feel feel like the funnel you wouldn't be able to aim your piss. Oh yeah suck sick you should order then try it. I think maybe I take your will. Next week I'll do it because you're in your car. And then the other girls I got so many people being like go to physio go and see a pelvic floor. WHO's GonNa time professions honestly and Carey? I love you. I need to book an appointment with you. But it's true it's like I need to. I need to make at the time. It's not about finding the time about making the time. Yup I know and I mean I still pee myself all the time I feel like having sex too. I'm like Oh move like pause for a second I gotta go really. I'm like I don't need to be in the second half Saxon. Like put pressure on your. But it's like I got a penis so or UPN Holo Moba but he's not in pretty sure IPO him before yeah and just haven't said anything like ooh it's extra moist just happening to slow it. All Urine woman hurt. I'm not sure that Mike just getting it. Well okay so I think we get into our wills. I don't have a will this week but you never have will. I have fantastic wells. I do not when this week but do you know what I'm doing. What okay so activity? A- I sponsored directory up but it's just they have taught me so much about my digestive system. I've been to so many workshops and conferences and they have the most incredible team experts representing them. So every time I go I am just in. Aw about how your digestion actually works. So they've given us this test where you have to poop sample at home. Look Ooh. Let's the train up. I'm providing pooped. Anyone give listen you send it in the mail. No.

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"And I think that the that first amendment argument is going to go out the window that if he wasn't accomplice or whatever they are going to try and put on him. Because again, I'm not an attorneys on not gonna pretend to know exactly what they're gonna try and pursue. But truth be told they're not going after what I think the debate is going to be about. And most people won't realize that they will argue and say while he was doing his job or you know, that's what a journalist is. And break the story and this and that well, that's fine. But that's not the issue. You know, they're going after him for potentially taking part in this crime to get the information. So that first amendment argument just goes out the window. You new work called inside the black vault and some guy wrote this snippet about John green wall is one of the most dedicated you Afo investigators on the planet, and he proves it again with this book. It's a fascinating read. That was me. That was you. Yeah. I was honored you say that you were able to get a Pri public. Occasion of the book. And I will definitely honored all say that to your audience. I really do. Appreciate you saying those words, it means a lot to me a lot of work went into this. And I know how devoted you are a matter of fact, your name comes up, John. And every event I go to whether it's you affoil related or not they always talk about you. So you you have created an incredible reputation for yourself. And this is what's so amazing. We have talked about who's I was with Stanton Friedman, and we were talking about whore. The people who will carry the torch when these older guys retire or call it quits or they pass on in your name keeps coming up. You're going to be the leader of this of this bunch. Well, I appreciate it. It's a it's an honor. I've heard STAN say that on your program. And honestly, it's it's an it's an honor. I mean, he's somebody that I have known for a long time actually probably about twenty years, and he's he's one of my. Longest time friends in the field and for him to say that it means a lot, you know, and and for for him to express that. I I am forever grateful what got this fifteen year old youngster by the name of John Greenwald junior. The start investigating all of these things. You know, I was I was struck by curiosity. I wish I had a better story when it came to experience or I saw something or I, you know, witness something anything, and it really comes down to curiosity. I felt that at the time when I started looking on the internet, which was a much different beast in nineteen ninety six than it is now here in two thousand nineteen but when I started looking on the internet, the the first thing that anybody will learn whether it's nineteen Ninety-six or two thousand nineteen there is just a lot of stuff out there. And you don't know what to believe? And honestly when I was fifteen I kind of made the the stupidest decision of my life. Which ultimately became the the best decision I ever made. And I thought to myself if anybody's going to tell me the truth about you off owes it's going to be the United States government. And I really did think that fifteen because I learned of this freedom of information act, and I thought, hey, I can utilize this and get to the root of of maybe answering some questions that I have. And boy was I wrong, but it really turned out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made. Because it I have a lot of fun with it. I'm incredibly passionate about the UFO topic. But just about history. I love seeing documents that in many cases, I'll get into male Ripa Moba, rip open, the envelope or the box, depending upon how many pages and to see documents that have never seen the light of day outside the CIA or outside the NSA or outside the Pentagon. That's an amazing feeling because you're looking at history that has never really been revealed at all to the unite..

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09:30 min | 3 years ago

"moba" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"You. Our special guest tonight John Greenwald junior starting at the age of fifteen John was struck with the curiosity that let off a lifetime journey and what a journey. It is first researching the UFO phenomenon he began utilizing the freedom of information act, the hammer the United States government for answers, and he targeted every government agency to get them as he waited for the answers on his niche of the paranormal he then branched off into investigating nearly every government secret imaginable. He was a sophomore in high school when he first started his truck in nineteen Ninety-six. He archived all of his research on a website that became known as the black vault today. He has amassed more than two million pages of declassified records. His latest work has called inside the black vault. The government's UFO secrets revealed. John welcome back to the program. I appreciate that. Georgia's good to be here, man. You've been added a long time. You were fifteen years old. How many years does that make it now then over twenty two, and I feel old say it amazing. I want to ask you just to get your take on the Julian Assange situation where he's been arrested. You know, you did your work the legal way you requested information you sent out letters. What do you think of his situation? You know, I I'm not gonna pretend to be a lawyer. But what I what I will say though, and I feel strongly about this is that there are certain secrets that need to be kept. And I have devoted as you just said over twenty two years of my life to getting secrets out from the government and as hard as I will push. I do believe that some secrets should be kept. And I do everything that I do legally, and I do it under the freedom of information act. And I post things that I am legally able to do with a song you've got a quite a different approach. And it's one that I personally don't agree with there's going to be a huge legal debate about this probably. For quite some time. And and I'm not sure if if there's really a legal black and white issue here, but for me, it comes down to a personal opinion, and that personal opinion is he did it the wrong way. I don't believe that's certain things need to be kept secret or we find ways to get them out into the open the correct way. And also if he were like, Daniel Ellsberg handed papers to the New York Times during the Vietnam time period, he handed it to them. The New York Times didn't get involved in taking them stealing them and things like that. Assange may have gotten involved will Chelsea Manning in getting this information. We'll have to see if that becomes provable in court. But yeah, if he was just like the journalist on the outside getting the first amendment information. I think he would have had a better chance. I think he would have a better chance. But yeah, I think what it comes down to there there. You know, it's not a first amendment issue anymore. This is getting into a crime or hacking computer crime, cyber espionage, whatever you wanna call it, whatever it comes down to the courts. But you know, that's what they're going after. And I think that that first amendment argument is going to go out the window that if he wasn't accomplice or whatever they are going to try and put on him. Because again, I'm not an attorneys on not gonna pretend to know exactly what they're going to try and pursue. But truth be told they're not going after what I think the debate is going to be about. And most people won't realize that they will argue and say while he was doing his job, or you know, that's what a journalist is break the story and this and that well. That's fine. But that's not the issue. You know, they're going after him for potentially taking part in this crime to get the information. So that I don't argument just goes out the window, your new work called inside the black vault and some guy wrote this snippet about John green wall is one of the most dedicated UFO investigators on the planet, and he proves it again with this book. It's a fascinating read. That was me. That was you. Yeah. I was honored to have you say that you were able to get a pre publication of the book, and I was definitely honored all say that to your audience. I really do appreciate you saying those words, it means a lot to me a lot of work went into this. And I know how devoted you are a matter of fact, your name comes up, John. And every event I go to whether it's you Afo related or not they always talk about you. So you you have created an incredible reputation for yourself. And this is what's so amazing. We have talked about who's I was with Stanton Friedman. And we were. Talking about whore. The people who will carry the torch when these older guys retire or call it quits or they pass on in your name keeps coming up. You're going to be the leader of this of this bunch. Well, I appreciate it. It's a it's an honor. I've heard STAN say that on your program. And honestly, it it's it's an it's an honor. I mean, he somebody that I have known for a long time actually probably about twenty years, and he's he's one of my longest time friends in the field, and for him to say that it it means a lot, you know, and and for for him to express that. I I am forever grateful what got this fifteen year old youngster by the name, John Greenwald junior. The start investigating all of these things. You know, I was I was struck by curiosity. I wish I had a better story when it came to experience or I saw something or I, you know, witness something anything, and it really comes down to curiosity. I felt that at the time when I started looking on the internet, which was a much different beast in nineteen ninety six than it is now here in two thousand nineteen but when I started looking on the internet, the the first thing that anybody will learn whether it's nineteen Ninety-six or two thousand nineteen there is just a lot of stuff out there. And you don't know what to believe? And honestly when I was fifteen I I kind of made the the stupidest decision of my life, which ultimately became the the best decision I ever made. And I thought to myself if anybody's going to tell me the truth about UFO's, it's going to be the United States government. And I really did think that fifteen because I learned of this freedom of information act, and I thought hey, I can utilize this and get to the root of. Of maybe answering some questions that I have. And boy was I wrong. But it really turned out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made. Because it I have a lot of fun with it. I'm incredibly passionate about the UFO topic. But just about history. I love seeing documents that in many cases, I'll get in the mail Ripa Moba, rip open, the envelope or the box, depending upon how many pages and to see documents that have never seen the light of day outside the CIA or outside the NSA or outside the Pentagon. That's an amazing feeling because you're looking at history that has never really been revealed at all to the United States public or to the world. And that that to me is is one of the things that that keeps me going simply because you never know what's going to come into your mailbox and here. I am twenty two years later two million pages later and it never ceases to amaze me, the experiences that I have. Sometimes really good. And I and I didn't get these gems in the mail other times, it is mind blowing the lengths that they will go to meeting the government or the military to cover things up. So you know, every day is an adventure. For me. I was going to say what percent of the documents that you've gotten back are black Dowd or lined out at various from topic to topic and agency to agency, but I will say this the stuff that you can read and this is what I tried to focus on in the book. And but and it was just out this week. This is my my publication week. So it's it's been a big week for me. What I tried to try to focus on in the book is the stuff that you can read. Now, of course, the stuff that you can't that is blacked out. Oh, that is interesting, and it's part of the story, but it's still mind blowing what you can read, and it's a it's a very common public misconception that the government just blacks out everything. So the freedom of information act as a waste of time. And I'm here to tell ya. It's really not. I will say that it gives you the evidence beyond in my opinion beyond a shadow of a doubt that proves that UFO's are one of the high most highly classified topics within the government, and on top of that it is one that is a very easily proven cover up, and they are trying to shield us from whatever the truth is. And it's easier for me to get documents on nuclear weapons secrets or the components of, you know, some of our most classified weapons, those foia requests, go more easily than UFO requests. Now, why is that? And that's been true for over twenty years that that you can get that type of stuff easier than UFO information. So if you listen to what I call in the book, the company line and the company line from the government is we have no interest UFO's are not a threat to national security. We have no reason to think they're alien, and we just don't care about them. We were not interested and yet the dike. Humiliation proves across the board. All of that is untrue that there's something else going on. And let's get into that something else. John when we come back, John Greenwald junior. His.

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09:29 min | 3 years ago

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"Green wall junior starting at the age of fifteen John was struck with the curiosity that let off a lifetime journey and what a journey. It is first researching the UFO phenomenon he began utilizing the freedom of information act, a hammer the United States government for answers, and he targeted every government agency to get them as he waited for the answers on his niche of the paranormal he then branched off into investigating nearly every government secret imaginable. He was a sophomore in high school when he first started his truck in nineteen Ninety-six. He archived all of his research on a website that became known as the black vault today. He has amassed more than two million pages of declassified records. His latest work has called inside the black vault. The government's UFO secrets revealed. John welcome back to the program. I appreciate that Georgia. It's going to be here man, you've been added along. Time you were fifteen years. How many years does that make it now then over twenty two, and I feel say it amazing. I want to ask you just to get your take on the Julian Assange situation where he's been arrested. You know, you did your work the legal way you requested information you sent out letters. What do you think of his situation? You know, I I'm not gonna pretend to be a lawyer. But will I what I will say though, and I feel strongly about this is that there are certain secrets that need to be kept. And I have devoted as you just said over twenty two years of my life to getting secrets out from the government and as hard as I will push. I do believe that some secrets should be kept. And I do everything that I do legally, and I do it under the freedom of information act. And I post things that I am legally able to do with a song you've got a quite a different approach. And it's one that I personally don't agree with there's going to be a huge legal. Bait about this probably for quite some time. And and I'm not sure if if there's really a legal black and white issue here, but for me, it comes down to a personal opinion, and that personal opinion is he did it the wrong way. I don't believe that's certain things need to be kept secret or we find ways to get them out into the open the correct way. And also if he were like, Daniel Ellsberg handed papers to the New York Times during the Vietnam time period, he handed it to them. The New York Times didn't get involved in taking them stealing them and things like that. Assange may have gotten involved will Chelsea Manning in getting this information. We'll have to see if that becomes provable in court. But yeah, if he was just like the journalists on the outside getting the first amendment information. I think he would have had a better chance. I think he would have a better chance. But yeah, I think what it comes down to their there. You know, it's not a first amendment issue anymore. This is getting into a crime or hacking computer crime, cyber espionage, whatever you wanna call it, whatever it comes down to in the courts, but you know, that's what they're going after. And I think that that first amendment argument is going to go out the window that if he wasn't accomplice or whatever they are going to try and put on him. Because again, I'm not an attorney's on not gonna pretend to know exactly what they're gonna try and pursue. But truth be told they're not going after what I think the debate is going to be about. And most people won't realize that they will argue and say while he was doing his job or you know, that's what a journalist is. And break the story and this and that well. Oh, that's fine. But that's not the issue. You know, they're going after him for potentially taking part in this crime to get the information. So that I meant argument just goes out the window, your new work called inside the black vault and some guy wrote this snippet about John Greenwald is one of the most dedicated you investigators on the planet, and he proves it again with this book. It's a fascinating read. That was me. That was you. Yeah. I was honored to have you say that you were able to get a pre publication of the book, and I will definitely honored all say that to your audience. I really do. Appreciate you saying those words, it means a lot to me a lot of work went into this. And I know how devoted you are a matter of fact, your name comes up, John. And every event I go to whether it's you a full related or not they always talk about you. So you you have created an incredible reputation for yourself. And this is what's so amazing. We have talked about who's I was with Stanton Friedman. And we were. Talking about who are the people who will carry the torch when these older guys retire or call it quits or they pass on in your name keeps coming up. You're going to be the leader of this of this bunch. Well, I appreciate it. It's it's an honor. I've heard Stanton say that on your program. And honestly, it it's it's an it's an honor. I mean, he's somebody that I have known for a long time actually probably about twenty years, and he's he's one of my longest time friends in the field and for him to say that it means a lot, you know, and and for for him to express that. I I am forever grateful what got this fifteen euro youngster by the name of John Greenwald junior. The start investigating all of these things. You know, I was I was struck by curiosity. I wish I had a better story when it came to experience or I saw something or I, you know, witness something anything and. It really comes down to curiosity. I felt that at the time when I started looking on the internet, which was a much different beast in nineteen ninety six than it is now here in two thousand nineteen but when I started looking on the internet, the the first thing that anybody will learn whether it's nineteen ninety six or two thousand nineteen there is just a lot of stuff out there. And you don't know what to believe? And honestly when I was fifteen I kind of made the stupidest decision of my life, which ultimately became the the best decision I ever made. And I thought to myself if anybody's going to tell me the truth about UFO's, it's going to be the United States government. And I really did think that fifteen because I learned this freedom of information act, and I thought, hey, I can utilize this and get to the root of of maybe answering some questions that I have. And boy was I wrong, but it really turned out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made. Because it I have a lot of fun with it. I'm incredibly. Passionate about the UFO topic. But just about history. I love seeing documents that in many cases, I'll get in the mail Ripa Moba, rip open, the envelope or the box, depending upon how many pages and to see documents that have never seen the light of day outside the CIA or outside the NSA or outside the Pentagon. That's an amazing feeling because you're looking at history that has never really been revealed at all to the United States public or to the world. And that that to me is is one of the things that that keeps me going simply because you never know what's going to come into your mailbox and here. I am twenty two years later two million pages later and it never ceases to amaze me, the experiences that I have sometimes really good. And I and I didn't get these gems in the mail other times, it is mind blowing the lengths that they will go to meeting the government or the military to cover. Things up. So you know, every day is an adventure. For me. I was gonna say what percent of the documents that you've gotten back are black out or lined out at various from topic to topic and agency to agency, but I will say this the stuff that you can read and this is what I tried to focus on in the book. And but and it was just out this week. This is my my public Asian week. So it's it's been a big week for me. What I tried to tried to focus on in the book is the stuff that you can read. Now, of course, the stuff that you can't that is blacked out. Oh, that is interesting, and it's part of the story, but it still mind blowing what you can read, and it's a it's a very common public misconception that the government just blacks out everything. So the freedom of information act as a waste of time. And I'm here to tell you it's really not I will say that it gives you the evidence beyond in my opinion beyond a shadow of a doubt that proves that UFO's are one of the high most highly classified topics within the governor. And on top of that, it is one that is a very easily proven cover up, and they are trying to shield us from whatever says, and it's easier for me to get documents on nuclear weapons secrets or the components of, you know, some of our most classified weapons, those foia requests, go more easily than UFO requests. Now, why is that? And that's been true for over twenty years that that you can get that type of stuff easier than UFO information. So if you listen to what I call him the book, the company line and the company line from the government is we have no interest. You f os are not a threat to national security. We have no reason to think they're alien, and we just don't care about them. We were not interested, and yet the documentation proved across the board all of that is untrue that there's something else going on. And let's get into that something John when we come back would John Greenwald.

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KLBJ 590AM

09:33 min | 3 years ago

"moba" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Back to coast to coast, George Noory with you are special guests, and I John Greenwell junior starting at the age of fifteen John was struck with the curiosity that led off a lifetime journey and what a journey. It is verse researching the UFO phenomenon he began utilizing the freedom of information act, the hammer the United States government for answers, and he targeted every government agency to get them as he waited for the answers on his niche of the paranormal he then branched off into investigating nearly every government secret imaginable. He was a sophomore in high school when he first started his truck in nineteen ninety six he archived all of his research on a website that became known as the black vault today. He has amassed more than two million pages of the classified records. His latest work has called inside the black vault. The government's you Afo secrets revealed. John welcome back to the program. I appreciate that. George is going to be here man, you've been a long time. Time you were fifteen years. How many years does that make it now then over twenty two and say it I want to ask you just to get your take on the Julian Assange situation where he's been arrested. You know, you did your work the legal way requested information you sent out letters. What do you think of his situation? You know, I I'm not gonna pretend to be a lawyer. But will I what I will say though, and I feel strongly about this is that there are certain secrets that need to be kept. And I have devoted as you said over twenty two years of my life to getting secrets out from the government, and it's hard. I will push. I do believe that some secrets should be kept. And I do everything that I do legally, and I do it under the freedom of information act. And I post things that I am legally able to do with on. You've got a quite a different approach. And it's one that I personally don't agree with there's going to be a huge legal. Bait about this probably for quite some time. And and I'm not sure if there's really a legal black and white issue here, but for me, it comes down to personal opinion, and that personal opinion is he did at the wrong way. I don't believe that's certain things need to be kept secret or we find ways to get them out into the open the correct way. And also if he were like, Daniel Ellsberg handed papers to the New York Times during the Vietnam time period, he handed it to them. The New York Times didn't get involved and taking them stealing them and things like that. Assange may have gotten involved will Chelsea Manning in getting this information. We'll have to see if that becomes provable in court. But yeah, he was just like the journalist on the outside getting the first amendment information. I think he would have had a better chance. I think he would have a better chance. But yeah, I think what it comes down to their their, you know, it's not a first amendment issue anymore. This is getting into a crime or hacking computer crime, cyber espionage, whatever you wanna call it, whatever it comes down to the courts. But you know, that's what they're going after. And I think that that first amendment argument is going to go out the window that if he wasn't accomplice or whatever they are going to try and put on him. 'cause again, I'm not an attorney's on not gonna pretend to know exactly what they're gonna try and pursue. But truth be told they're not going after what I think the debate is going to be about. And most people won't realize that they will arguments while he was doing his job, or you know, what a journalist is and break the story and this and that well. That's fine. But that's not the issue. You know, they're going after him for potentially taking part in this crime to get the information. So that first argument just goes out the window your new work called inside the black vault and some guy wrote this snippet about John Greenwald is one of the most dedicated you of own vestiges on the planet. And he proves it again with this book. It's a fascinating read. That was me. Now is you? Yeah. I was honored to have you say that you were able to get a pre publication of the book, and I will definitely on our all say that to your audience. I really do. Appreciate you saying those words, it means a lot to me a lot of work went into this. And I know how devoted you are a matter of fact, your name comes up John and every event Goto, whether it's you over lated or not they always talk about you. So you you have created an incredible reputation for yourself. And this is what's so amazing. We have talked about who's I was with Stanton Friedman. And we were. Talking about who are the people who will carry the torch when these older guys retire or call it quits or they pass on and your name keeps coming up. You're going to be the leader of this of this bunch. Well, I appreciate it. It's an honor. I've heard Stanton say that on your program, and the honestly it it's it's an it's an honor. I mean, he's somebody that I have known for a long time actually probably about twenty years, and he's he's one of my longest time friends in the field and for him to say that it means a lot, you know, and and for for him to express that. I am forever grateful what got this fifteen year old youngster by the name of John Greenwald junior. The start investigating all of these things. You know, I was I was struck by curiosity. I wish I had a better story when it came to experience or I saw something or I, you know, witness something anything and. It really comes down to curiosity. I felt that at the time when I started looking on the internet, which was a much different beast in nineteen ninety six than it is now here in two thousand nineteen but when I started looking on the internet, the the first thing that anybody will learn whether it's nineteen ninety six or two thousand nineteen there is just a lot of stuff out there. And you don't know what to believe? And honestly when I was fifteen I kind of made the stupidest decision of my life, which ultimately became the the best decision I ever made. And I thought to myself if anybody's gonna tell me the truth about UFO's, it's going to be the United States government. And I really did think that fifteen because I learned of this freedom of information act, and I thought, hey, I can utilize this and get to the root of of maybe answering some questions that I have. And boy was I wrong, but it really turned out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made. Because it I have a lot of fun with it. I'm incredibly. Passionate not only about the UFO topic. But just about history. I love seeing documents that in many cases, I'll get into male Ripa Moba, rip open, the envelope or the box, depending upon how many pages and to see documents that have never seen the light of day outside the CIA or outside the NSA or outside the Pentagon. That's an amazing feeling because you're looking at history that has never really been revealed at all to the United States public or to the world. And that that to me is is one of the things that that keeps me going simply because you never know what's going to come into your mailbox and here. I am twenty two years later two million pages later and it never ceases to amaze me, the experiences that I have sometimes really good. And I and I didn't get these gems in the mail other times, it is mind blowing the lengths that they will go to meeting the government or the military to cover. Things up. So you know, every day is an adventure. For me. I was going to say what percent of the documents that you've gotten back are black Dowd or lined out. He it varies from topic to topic and agency to agency, but I will say this the stuff that you can read and this is what I tried to focus on in the book. And but and it was just out this week. This is my my publication week. So it's it's been a big week for me. What I tried to try to focus on in the book is the stuff that you can read. Now, of course, the stuff that you can't that is blacked out. All that is interesting, and it's part of the story, but it's still mind blowing what you can read, and it's a it's a very common public misconception that the government just blacks out everything. So the freedom of information act as a waste of time. And I'm here to tell you it's really not I will say that it gives you the evidence beyond in my opinion beyond a shadow of a doubt that proves that UFO's are one of the high most highly classified topics within the governor. And on top of that, it is one that is a very easily proven cover up, and they are trying to shield us from whatever the truth is. And it's easier for me to get documents on nuclear weapons secrets or the components of, you know, some of our most classified weapons, those foia requests, go more easily than you f over quests. Now, why is that? And that's been true for over twenty years that that you can get that type of stuff easier than UFO information. So if you listen to what I call him the book, the company line and the company line from the government is we have no interest UFO's are not a threat to national security. We have no reason to think they're alien. And we just don't care about him. We were not interested, and yet the documentation proved across the board all of that is untrue that there's something else going on. And let's get into that something else. John when we come back, John Greenwald junior. His latest.

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"moba" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"moba" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"moba" Discussed on DLC

DLC

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"moba" Discussed on DLC

"So you won't or you'll you'll draw too many lands. And I think that's just a remnant of how old the game is. And they can't really change that of course. But but what they can do is like bump argue with creative ideas. And you know, there's there's more room for jank than ever before. Which just like, you know, random surprise win cons. I guess it's funny. We just talking last week about Richard fields new competitive tip card game called key forge, and it certainly seems like his whole career. He's been trying to get away from the whole lands ever since figuring out new ways to handle man on and that restriction. And it's interesting. But I I agree with you that it may be a little old fashioned. It was the first game to do it. You know? So there you go, but still compelling an interesting to not have enough lands to play a card or. Figure out that combination of colors that you wanna do for mixed decker. I still love it and something cool about how you could play this game off line. You don't actually need the client. If you held the cars in your hand, you you could play just as well. And I think that's that's the advantage of this land system is really lousy to have like deck, building choices. Yeah. You know, when you and I were talking in person awhile back in an event, I asked you a question that that still intrigues me about the fact that you are a fairy much God tear video gamer, but it doesn't it's not restricted to just one type of game. And I am amazed. I don't underst- I still do not understand. Because you explain to me that you grew up with a new, you know, you just want to let story again. But I could I could I I don't know exactly. How young I was when I was in front of a computer, but might that was into computers, and I had a three year older brother that was also total nerd just like straight out the womb total nerd more of a nerd than. I am like his doctor. Now, he's going doing doctor things. But but he wanted someone to play with and this predated the internet. So it was local area network. If you wanted to play quake, those those are marathon Azuma choice before I could read I was plopped in front of a computer in the I guess, the all those neurons just kind of solidified them just need it. You had to the only choice that older brother needed you to be video against your head to write get. I know I'm sorry for being so stupid about this. But like you are good at shooters and Moba and a card game. Like, it just doesn't seem like the. That overlaps in the ven diagram like I don't understand how you can be all of them. Well, I am currently only gold in magic. Garing, and I haven't been top a shooter in a long time. So. Okay. Good. The praise stink at games now. Five in the world at his are not in the world. Excuse me. But still yeah. What were you in the world staff the world? Yeah. Okay. So what else is on your of often only four people live in my house? Don't talk to me. You've mentioned gathering not a whole lot of this game. Like like just this week. But I've I really like battle rate really Al everybody's talking this game. Really are they because I feel like it doesn't is totally underrated. I want to not to go ahead. Name silly inside baseball name. But I to Kim prayers a house awhile back, and he was like battle right rail..

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"moba" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"moba" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Manelli bay is the nicest hotel in my opinion, told me, and that's why I wanted to go there. I was gonna take. Sure, it's sows in night. But some the Anthony says Mullarkey way better Moba is I've never been. But it's it's it's the most native and see I I wanna. Yeah. I like the traditional Polynesian experience, you know, Molokai is it, but I'm also worried because I 'cause I don't I'm a holiday, and I don't think they like always so. Respect the culture. I think I do. I hugely respect the culture. I think I think they would you know, what my plan was because we're we're we're thinking still thinking about maybe retiring, why my plan was I would start a internet radio station, but of Polynesian culture, exclusively like, there'd be no no white guys on it. It'll be Polynesian music, Polynesian, culture, Bacall like the here that and then and then they would like me as a result because I did that. But but you're the only guy on it. I wouldn't be on it. I just be sitting back there. I see I'd be the may. And I'm twenty friendly. Yeah. All right. Well, wouldn't that be cool to do that? I would like to do that. Anthony, Anthony, you'd have to show me around. You're not gonna be in Chicago forever. Anthony poor. Anthony, he went went back. He lives. He's lived in Maui. Great, photographer nature photographer, and he's taking care of his mom and Chicago. So stuck in the Chicago winner right now. Why? It's eighty degrees right now. There's people snorkeling right outside my want to retire there. I don't wanna retire where it's cold. I don't blame it today. China refer through six. Craze. This is the best time to go to Hawaii right now. It is have a wonderful wonderful day. John. I hope you feel better. You have a cold. No. I had like no I had full on norovirus. Oh, no. That's the worst. Yeah. That was like I was like Linda Blair exercise. That's so awful. I'm sorry to hear that. So anyway, I'm. Better getting better. All right. Take care. All right. Happy new year. Bye. Bye. Bye. For twenty friendly. Stop them. I did I tried to tried to stop Leo LaPorte. The tech guy. Eighty sorry. I didn't mean in fear with the boss, but I gots to because we gotta take some more calls, Larry in San Bernardino. Hello, larry. Leila. Port the tech. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I can hear you. What's up my apologies? I'm a caretaker goes down people just role in was actually inside. Do you? Do you want to you want me to put you on hold? And then we can talk to you in a bit or or what? No, no, actually, if you can hear me that'll be fine. My question is I have. No, I you tell me about being an assistant caretaker at a ghost town before you can ask your question. What is that all about? Kind of fell in my lap. I'm actually heading down to Los Angeles right now. The ghost town is right outside of death valley. It's in the middle of nowhere called. Gordo. Cerro gordo. And is it a ghost town that you can visit? Yesterday, actually right out right outside of what is it lone pine, California? Somebody just bought it in July for one point four million dollars. Yes, sir. I actually caretake for those individuals. So somebody owns the ghost town. Yes, sir. It's private property. Wow. And are they going to what are they going to do? Are they going to turn into a resort? Yes. That is actually the plan. There's a lot of work that needs to be done as its way out in the middle of nowhere. So yes. So you're keeping an eye on things making sure the bad guys like no motorcycle gang takes over. Yeah. Yeah. That's actually the point two. Yeah. Well, I would look at this. This looks so cool. They still got the old mining equipment. Wow. Everything everything is still on site. It's just it's a little cold outside. And I actually just had some people roll into town while I was waiting on your call. Yeah. Nobody's supposed to roll in. Well, they they are technically a lot of people don't know that you're you can call headed. Yeah. Cool. Well, if you need to take care of business, go ahead. But otherwise, what can I do for you? Well, the question I have is obvious way outside of the bounds of the city limits. So. There's no internet out there. Sarah Gordo is there..

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"moba" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"moba" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Oh, no. Oh, no. He's president. Our system door system. Oh, it's crazy. Hey, do you think there is still be an earth by the time? I'm just comes out. Well, let's see this is coming out on January third or so I think there might be an earth not too much longer after that. Let me if there was some sort of thermonuclear devastation than with these episodes still come out yet that we've free record today. Well, if they're uploaded is there a scissor in an automated system Sam get off your phone talk into the mic him, you have to pay attention to us every single second. He's pointing again like superman point the superman, but don't get on Mike you mother dead on dared. You get don't you throw a chain in Hollywood. We're not gonna make a star out of you. Those men hashtag those men. But why would we talk? Why? What are we ask Sam we? Oh, yeah. Isn't automated like once these are all edited together. Do they get pushed out automatically? I would imagine. If there was a thermonuclear war that the internet wouldn't exist. And so they wouldn't go out there. But well, I mean like they're in some sort of cloud. They must be some stored somewhere on some sort of. I mean, that's the whole thing about digital media is that they're only as good as the devices, which we have to decode them. That's very true, man. That's very true, man. So it's, you know, and that's pretty much all recordings throughout time. I mean this the Truman show when. When they are invented the phonograph record. It's not like you own music, you've own this piece of plastic that if you own a graph record. It's not adamant own a graph record. Pota- graph record. And I own you. So undoubtedly they'd be uploaded to some sort of machine that click Clack, but no one would have any way to to doubt without a doubt. So really, what are we doing this for? I don't know. I don't know. I wasn't going to do while we do it Scott. I think if I can crack dude, I mean, that's the only reason to do any fun to do it also to survive into food and shelter into food and do food five to food shelter. But what kind of legacy will we have up on this earth? I used to think about that more. Really? No. You don't care now. I don't think about it as much really well now, I don't have one. So what do you mean? I think much stuff you create so much happiness in the world that when you retire. I'm not going to say when you shuffle off this mortal coil, but when you retire from show business, which I hope you never do. I think they use. I think he should be allowed to. Personally, I think that you should even even if you had a nest egg that you could just say fuck it. I'm out. I think that you would be one of those people who just keeps doing you. Do it for the love. Exactly, you're you're the king of podcasting. You're on so many podcasts that I don't think anything could keep you away. What if a podcast happening? That's the problem. I'm done you are done. Well, I mean, look at you. You went from stand up comedy look at you look at you piece of shit. You went from stand up comedy, then you segue into writing and acting on television. Then you segue. There would be something new for you to to get into Moba..

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