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Motecuhzoma Pt. 2
"Something to note. All myths have many versions and variations for this episode. We've selected those. We felt the most dramatic and entertaining and supplemented them with additional research into Menchaca and Aztec traditions, because mythology comes from traditional. There's a wide variety across sources are myths may not always be the version. You're familiar with, but we hope you'll enjoy them. Motech who Soma was quite literally, not himself his strong human body, normally covered with Golda doormats was now covered in feathers, his muscular arms were now wings, propelling him swiftly through the clouds he was a bird, he flew behind the formation of sixty other winged comrades, as they swooped down to an expensive lake that encircle the Pristine, mountain peak. The lake dazzled. MOTECH tecos. Oh, my as he and the other birds. Birds landed on its shore. He leaned forward, eyeing his beaked reflection in the stillwater. As he stared, he watched his face slowly transform, his beak, melted away replaced with his angular knows his head expanded as the feathers dropped off to give way to human flesh. Soon he was staring at a face that he recognized that of the emperor of the Mexica. He smiled. It was a face. He likes to see. But the lake did not hold his attention for long he slowly located his gaze to take in the majestic glowing mountain. That's sad in a lake centre. As Lan, the homeland of the Aztecs. Home. Last. MOTECH? Oussama turned to see the other birds had transformed as well six t sorcerers were now assembled on the lake shore, one of them, the oldest, and wisest stood beside him. He looked somber, but this was nothing new. The sorcerer's were not the merriest of motech Oshima's subjects, but this sorcerer wasn't looking at Motech. Who Soma he was looking out at the lake. He raised a hand slowly and MOTECH. Oh, Soma, look to see where the man was pointing. Five canoes glided silently through the water with a handful of bare, chested men inside their cradles, their skin was bronzed and pristine, almost glowing, their faces were STOIC, as they watched motech who Soma and the sorcerer's. These were the Aztec ancestors, and they're silent. Power caused a chill to ripple down motech Oshima's spine. He quickly shook it off. He was the great warlord Emperor men, even those ancient as the ones who sat in those canoes should not scare him. He turned to one of the sorcerer's. Them speak. They want to know our business here my Lord. And then they will decide if we are worthy of an audience with Koteles, cues caretaker. Just tell them who I am if they do not. I can always bring my warriors to their shores. The sorcerer answered with an unrelenting silent stare motech Oh Soma waited for a response after a few moments his bravado began to falter. Sweat appeared on his brow. He was a king, and he was not pleased to find that here. No one seemed to care. Well. He would make them care. He would send a source or to the palace to retrieve more men, and in the name of their almighty God zeal poached Louis. His men would rip these Aztecs from limb to limb. That should make Koteles Q.. Skip all these theatrics and appear before him. He straightened his posture as he ready to deliver his command. Only then did the sorcerer speak. Warriors, have no place here. You will need to prove your worth another way. Welcome to mythology, apar- cast original every Tuesday, we present dramatic stories from ancient mythology and explore their origins. I'm your host and Narrator Vanessa Richardson you can find all episodes of mythology, and all other podcast originals for free on spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream mythology for free on spotify just open the APP and type mythology in the search bar. Today we're continuing the adventure of Motech who Soma the first, the legendary emperor of the. The MEXICA Motech, who saw my head spent the better part of his rule praying to their almighty God quasi ceelo poached. Louis, but it was wheat CEELO poached Lee's mother CODA cue that commanded his attention, after she fled their city, and plunged their lands into years of drought, his quest to convince Cue to return to take teeth Lon brought him to the lost homeland of his people as to land a place. He had long dreamed of finding. Will Continue The story after this? This episode is brought to you by Lysol. Reducing the spread of illness is in everyone's hands, and it really helps. Those hands are clean. Protect yourself and others by continuing to follow important hygienic guidelines like regular hand, washing Lysol, what it takes to protect. FIND MORE HABITS AT LYSOL DOT com. After a failed first attempt at finding asked Lan Motech Soma. Enlisted the help of his kingdom sorcerer's to locate the lost country, he accompanied them through the skies as a bird, and was finally led to the shores of the lake that surrounded the mystical asked land. But as he stared at this place in Awe Motech, Osama and the sorcerer's were visited by five canoes full of ancient as tax. The as texts slowly road to the shore, their backs were straight, and their movements were seamlessly unified almost as if they rode with a single mind. MOTECH, who Soma could not help, but feel a flutter in his belly as he watched these ancient beings move. He did his best to hide his nerves. The boats hit land, but the Aztecs did not disembark motech, who so much shifted wondering what they were waiting for. He thought of the multitude of gifts he'd readied for an offering to co Q.. Is it gifts they want. And, we somehow managed to leave them antenna. You, carry them my Lord. Surprised Motech Soma felt around his robes, pulling out, called chocolate and other trinkets far more than should have been able to fit. He relaxed slightly at least he would not be approaching code Liq- empty handed. He looked up at the Aztecs and held out a bar of gold. Thank, you for the transport. We can find our way from here. Sorcerer's choose which among you shall come. There's not room for all. MOTECH OMA strode forward and tossed the gold carelessly in the nearest canoe before gently pushing an Aztec aside to board as soon as his hand touched the Aztecs shoulder motech. Oussama was flung through the air. He came crashing to the ground hard. The wind knocked out of him. Dazed he sat up. None of the Aztecs looked as though they'd moved a muscle, and yet here he was on the ground, as the shock wore off, and bear assessment began to sink in and then anger, he staggered to his feet, his eyes blazing. You dare throw a king to the ground. You feel bold while my sits in. Line you cannot harm them so king. Keep your hands to yourself. I do not want to harm them. I JUST WANNA be on my way. Then tell them why you have come. Use Your words my Lord. Do not treat me like a child I. Warn You you risk punishment when we return to ten. The sorcerer stared back at Motagua Soma unmoved by his threats. MOTECH Oussama took a deep calming Cy and turned to address the Aztecs. I seek an audience with a goddess co Q.. She knows why. After a long silence, they slowly nodded and returned to their canoes. Wait. Where are they going? Stop! You best hurry my Lord. They will not wait, but you come with me. You're my guard. We Owe your guides, and now you have new ones. MOTECH Osama wanted to protest. He was eager to finally set foot on the mountain of land to appear before the goddess Koteles Liq- but he felt burdened with doubt he knew war, but this world of magic was foreign to him, but the canoes were leaving. If he did not hurry, he would lose his chance to set foot on the hallowed land of Azlan. motech Osama ran to the last canoe as it pulled away with a flying leap, he jumped inside. The boat rocked precariously water splashed in from both sides, but soon it steadied motech. Oh, so much turned to look back the way he had come at the magicians that had brought him this far. But. The shore was empty. The sorcerer's were gone. motech Asama sat silently in the boat. Watching the mountainous terrain of asked land draw ever closer, he could not believe how rich the colors were. The trees sparkled with. Do that amplified their greenery, the water below so clear that schools of Fish were visible beneath. It's tranquil surface, and on the mountain ahead, shades of purple flowers created a halo around the mountain's peak and offering of perennials like none he had ever seen. It seemed fake like painting, and yet had the feeling of something that captured the essence of the world. There was no other place as real as this. MOTECH WHO SOMA began to tremble with anticipation, he was here. He was here. The other four canoes split off and pulled away his canoe however was headed straight for a small dock behind it. A narrow path led up to a rock structure embedded in the mountainside. Mo Temple Soma stepped out of the canoe. As soon as his feet touched the appear, the Aztecs paddled away disappearing around the side of the mountain. motech Soma entered the structure nearly stepping right into a deep hole that lurked beside the door, motech Oussama stumbled backwards just in time his heart, leaping in his chest, the pit was so dark that motech Oussama was unable to see its bottom. The sight of it made him on steady he stepped back further and looked around the space. It was a simple stone cavern dark, but for a shaft of light that leaked in from a narrow doorway cut in the other side of the room, the only other exit, the room was playing no carvings or decor. It was devoid of any kind of furnishings and of people. Hello Moe tecos Oma stomach growled now that he had time to linger. He realized he was very hungry. He fumbled in his pockets, producing a chunk of chocolate wrapped in a woven cloth, one of the gifts for Cola Q.. Hesitated he had more gifts to give her plenty more. He bit off a piece of chocolate, and then another he chewed quickly, loudly spurned on by his raging hunger. You must be famished. motech Asama nearly spat out the chocolate and shock standing beside him was an old man. His weatherbeaten face was smiling yet there was no warmth in his is almost as if he was not a man at all, but an empty vessel his speech was wooden, and his movements seemed mechanical. He cocked his head as if pantomime ing, curiosity. You stand before Monaco Soma Emperor of the Mexica. Where is your respect? I, the caretaker. When you are ready, we shall go. The caretaker stood and hobbled toward the narrow door on the opposite side of the room. Motech Osama moved to follow, but paused as he passed the bottomless hold. He'd nearly stepped in moments before. Does this lead to Chico must took. The seven caves it below us. The Caves of the seven tribes. Michika. Clark weaker. Call Hooah. So G Milkha. Deborah Neka. Teke! Joker. Though he fought it more. TECO SOMOS eyes filled with tears he knelt to gently lay palm on the stone floor by the whole, he closed his eyes, willing the energy of his ancestors to embolden him, but he felt only stone. I am the caretaker. When you are ready, we shall go. motech Osama tents at the repetition suddenly very aware of this man's. He followed, but remained uneasy. As the caretaker led him to the door moments later Motech, who soleman caretakers stepped outside onto a narrow path, surrounded by thick foliage. The caretakers started down it Motech who Soma trailing behind him, but as they walked motech Oussama found himself, slowing his feet felt like they were weighed down with lead rather than the Golden Sandals he'd been wearing. The caretaker had no such issue and soon he was so far ahead that motech. Soma could no longer see him. Wait. I command you to. Wait. Motor Co. Soma looked down at his sandals, but they were nowhere to be seen. The ground had swallowed up both of the emperor's feet. He was sinking into the earth. Up Next motech Soma faces the treacherous magic of asked Land This episode is brought to you by Lysol the best way to reduce the spread of illness to protect yourself and others, so lysol six easy ways to do just that. One Wash your hands often to monitor your health and isolate upon signs of illness. Three. 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In these moments of Newfound Passion, the people of US bank wants to help no matter what you're cooking out there dedicated to turning your new inspiration into your next pursuit us bank equal housing lender member FDIC. Now back to the story. The emperor motech Oshima's mind raced. He tried to lift his feet from the earth. He grabbed onto branches surrounding the path desperate has he tried to pull himself out? He had traveled so far to get to his people's homeland, the mystical land of Aslan he arrived safely so close to an audience with Code Liq- The goddess of the Earth and here he was with his feet, sinking into the narrow path with every step he took, he lurched as he put one foot in front of the other, but each time is foot hit the ground. It sunk into the dirt beneath it. He was going nowhere fast. His heartbeat quickened his panic rose, and the taste of bile filled his mouth, he cursed to himself for leaving his sixty sorcerer's on the shores of Ashland's lake. If he only had their skill with him now coldly, cues caretaker reappeared on the path ahead looking at Monaco Soma, with a hollow expression of pity, his inaction exasperated motech, who Soma. Why do you just stand there? It seems you are too heavy for this path. You tread on it just fine. The stout are unable to reach the top. Emperor Motor Cassoma Stout. What was the last thing you ate? A piece of chocolate you. What came? Are you playing? You? Watch me eat it. It was all that I have had in a day's time. A meager portion. I hardly think Auckland is a luxurious item emperor. It is quite rich. Not so which would. Sink those who live as land stay away from such foods. It is how they stay healthy. Immortal? You will notice that such heavy foods can aid you as well. MOTECH Osama down at his hands. Where before they'd been bronzed and pristine, they were now gnarled, and wrinkled vein stood out under his now papery skin. What is this? Am I dying. It is possible. This path will kill you. Yes. Would you like to continue? Can you not bring? The car is to me I. Do not bring the goddess. The goddess goes where she pleases. I have come far to see her. And? Perhaps you would like to see it through. MOTECH. Who Soma let out a cry of rage at the audacity of this old man, he was sick of people speaking to him. As if you were an infant, he ruled over the most powerful empire in the world. He was feared revered and honored, and he was here through no fault of his own. No, it was Koteles. Cues fault he was here. If it were not for her drought, he would be sitting atop his throne, and planning the next campaign with his half-brother Slutskaya motech Oussama grabbed at a branch and ripped off its leaves. He flung it towards the caretaker, but it floated harmlessly through the air before drifting to the ground, the caretaker was unperturbed by Motech Osama's ten from he simply stood watching the emperor, as the fight slowly seeped out of him. Soon Motech Oh soma collapsed to his knees. A cold realization fell over him. No one here cared that he was a king. He had never felt so exposed. The caretaker cocked his head, and once again repeated his familiar phrase. I am the caretaker. When you are ready, we shall go. The guide had said these words twice before, but this was the first time that Motoko Soma truly heard them. When he next looked up at the caretaker, he did not feel like a powerful emperor or a warlord. He just felt like a man. How do I know if I'm ready? I do not have an answer for this, but I think you do. motech Osama lay in the dirt as the caretakers words reverberated through his mind, he had never questioned readiness when sending his men into a neighbouring land with their spears raised for he only had to give the order here he could not give orders here. He had no army to hide behind. His muscles screamed in protest. As he pushed himself up, he could no longer rest on his title or military might asked land did not care what his name was, and if he wanted to speak to the goddess nothing, but his own tenacity would get him there motech. Soma lifted foot and stepped forward. His Golden Sandal disappeared into the ground. Once more, he stepped forward again and again slowly making his way up the mountain path. He moved at a snail's pace, but nevertheless he moved his legs, lifted painfully with each step, and his teeth grinded effort, he dragged his rigid limbs in slow motion, forcing himself upward with every ounce of strength. He possessed strength that seemed to lessen with every passing moment. His back slowly stooped his hair, turned gray, and the skin on his face sagged as he trudged up the path after the caretaker. Began to cough a great hacking sound that seemed to push him further and further into the earth with each step, but still he walked on. motech Oussama looked over at the sound of something large, stirring in the woods. His feeble eyes squinted, trying to see into the foliage. The luminous yellow is of Jaguar shown through the Bushes Motech Osama froze in fear. He dared not move. His heart thumbed weekly his rasping chest, but the Jaguar was looking at him with curiosity rather than hunger. The caretaker turned back to Motech Oussama. What you make of it. And close. Close to her. I can feel it. That is what it means. If you say so emperor. motech Oussama held the Jaguars is until the beast slowly backed away into the shadows of the forest strength surged through him, whether it was mystical or his own determination, he did not know his stride became easier. His feet still sank into the ground, but now he was able to pull them out with more agility. He stepped forward again and again picking up his pace. The peak was close a few yards above him. He moved faster. His hair turned from white to gray to the jet black. It was before his papery skin filled out returning to its bronze to vibrancy. He was young once again. He grunted with effort, as the renewed muscles in his legs, pushed him up to the crest of the mountain and over the top. Motech, who so must stood at the peak of asked land, panting, and spent through his deep gasping breaths. He's started to laugh. He had never pushed himself so. Physically and the success made him giddy, but the smile faded from his face when he noticed a figure standing before him. It was an old woman. She stood with a hunch back and her tangled white hair, covering her face, her chest was bare, but no skin was visible, instead dirt covered her from head to toe, caked onto her body as though she had bathed in it. Motech Osama's eyes were drawn to her skirt. It was made of dead snakes, hanging limply around her legs. His mouth fell open in shock. He recognized this figure from his dreams and the statues that adorned his temples. It was code Lecue. The mother of the Earth Motech Osama, stood tall, and spread his arms out wide in greeting mother of the Earth. I have arrived. But Code Likud did not answer. She stood still observing him through a curtain of ragged hair. As the silence stretched on Motech Osama's relief turned to apprehension. He opened his mouth to say more, but found himself unable to speak frowning. He tried to cry out, but his voice had been silenced. Code Likud did not want him to speak. She slowly pushed her hair aside to reveal piercing cold is their gaze, cut into motech Oussama like a knife, and it seems she found him wanting for she slowly raised a finger, and pointed at the emperor. Her eyes blazed with grief. You will die. They all will die. Up next co Q. gives Motech who Soma an unwelcome prophecy. 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Mata Cassoma Emperor of the Mexica had traveled to the ancestral homeland of his people asked land there, he intended to beg the Goddess Code. LIQ- to end a drought that had plagued his people, but as he finally knelt in front of the mother of Earth Koteles Q.. The first words from her mouth were tidings of doom. motech Oussama stomach plummeted at Kotak. Use words. She was angry. She wanted blood for what he did not know. It was then that Motech who soma the proud emperor conqueror of all Michika threw himself to his knees, for when the Gods are angry, mortals must make reparations. As he hit the ground, he felt his voice release, and his please poured forth in a rush. Here. Gifts please got US mother. Gold Trinkets and the remaining chocolate spilled out of his pockets. He shoved them toward the goddess, his eyes, pleading at the site of the presence code, accused demeanor, softened her posture straightened, and the lines on her face, filled out within moments she to looked more youthful and vibrant than the decrepit woman she had been seconds ago. Praise was a powerful medicine. It seemed she walked toward motech Soma she stood tall with her arms, spread, wide to pull the world in close to her, and as she leaned to speak to Motech Oma the is that beheld him possessed a startling wisdom. Thank you your reverence is warming. I. Am I know who you are emperor? ZOME! And I know what you seek. But. We cannot always get what we want. Is it not so. You will not return. The land is dry and cracked my people with her. Before my eyes, I will not return to what I have left, and your false sympathies are laughable. I know what you are emperor. Left on purpose knowing what would happen to us, you hiding. Here's a cruel trick taunting us from this paradise. Not Cruelty that drove me away. It, is you. Your victories. You'll accomplishments as you call them. Have conquered untold people's. We make thousands of sacrifices to you and we'd see it'll Lee you murder in our name and you call them gifts. MOTECH! Osama's cheeks felt hot. His urge to defend himself was stifled by the shame that Koteles Liq- had ignited war. An expansion were his greatest achievements is a ruler, and now the thought of his prowess caused him anguish. Koteles Q. grabbed his hair. Her voice was barely above a whisper, and yet it reverberated within his head. You have prospered. Yes, but your prosperity has been built on cruelty. You murder and rip apart villages, and what is worse, you warriors abandoned families to go and ravage foreign lands. Code cues is brimmed with tears, and she looked away. MOTECH OMA realized with a start that she was not just talking about his warriors. You miss with Zulu Poach Louis. He abandoned me his mother to create a civilization of blood. Wheat CEELO Poach Lee was the Mesh because supreme. God it was he who Soma prayed to who they sacrificed to of the year before the droughts plagued their land wheat Seila poached Lee bestowed them with successful campaigns and fruitful harvests while motech. Oh, Soma often took the credit for his kingdom success. It was wheat. CEELO poached Lee that Koteles Q. Credited and blamed. You in morning. When we'd CEELO poached -Ly took your people from S Lantin. He left me here. I followed I, looked and looked and looked for years I. Sat amongst your people watching and waiting for him. He is wasted. World War and bloodshed thrived around me. At. He must eventually show himself. But still he hid from his mother. So. I came back home. And so the droughts came to ten Teton. I hoped he would follow me here. That, he did not notice. Or care. I do not know which is worse. We'd CEELO poach liaise answered many a sacrifice with a success on the battlefield. It seems that he notices my people when we call for his attention. You who are suggesting? I sent him a message through you. Do you think he will listen? I think he will hear you. But I do not know if he will listen. MOTECH. Who So my new? The feeling well, he rarely listened to the advice of those wiser than him. He did not like to be told what to do, but here kneeling in front of Kotak you. He finally accepted that there were other ways to change the world aside from force. A message to lay upon his alter. It is a good idea. It should be. Something simple to remind him of humility. And of his mother. Coldly Q. Gently handed him a plane piece of cloth motech Oussama took the cloth, and carefully tucked it away with his robes. Fear nodded his belly. He was pleased to help goddess, but her first words to him had not left his mind, and he could not leave here without knowing what they meant. When you first saw me, you said that we would die. That I would die. It's you attack. Others crush their cities and steal their people for your own purposes. You Doom yourself to the same fate. Your cities will crumble and Berar. An your people will one day be but a story. What can I do? Nothing. Instead of arguing or pressing her further motech Soma found himself bowing his head in acceptance, though he wished it were not so some things cannot be changed motoko Soma departed from the peak coat league US gift safely tucked in his robes. He walked back down the path that brought him here, but with a lightness he did not have during his ascent, his feet did not sink into the ground, and his youth stayed intact. He met the Aztecs at the dock, and they wrote him across the lake to shore, where the sorcerer's had reappeared, he joined them on land, a different man, and gazed back for one last look at the triumphant peak of as land. But it was gone in its place was a dry desert. The sorcerer's turned into birds, and they all took to the sky they flew over the desert through the clouds, and finally landed on the road before the Great. City Gates obtain not lawn. MOTECH WHO SOMA transformed into a man in one smooth stride as he walked through his city, Gates. He walked up the steps of template mayor, and soon was kneeling before wheat, CEELO poached lease alter. He closed his eyes, and said coldly accused cloth down on the sacrificial stone, dried blood, was crusted around the edges of the stone, filling the cracks of the altar with dull red lines. The cloth looked vibrantly white against the residue MOTECH. Osama stared at the dry blood. The words of the goddess playing over, and over again in his head with the corner of his robe, he gently dabbed at the blood, wiping it from the stone, then he scrubbed more vigorously. His eyes glistened as his movements became more frantic, he wanted the blood gone his lip curled with loathing, as he rubbed the residue away. The sound of footsteps pulled him from his task. MOTECH Osama turned to see is half brother and advisor to lock. Standing behind him, his expression was curious. There was a question in his is what happened, but MOTECH OMA could not speak a wave of grief washed over him. Tears ran freely down his cheeks for the horrors he had inflicted and the horrors that were still to come. To. Lacayo opened his mouth to say something but Motech Oussama. A hand instead he stood and moved to embrace his surprised advisor. Motech who soma had spent many years learning about what he wanted by force, but he had much to learn about the strength of family he let go of to La Kayla before his half. Brother could speak. He strode from the temple. Outside he stood at the top of the steps, and looked down over his kingdom, starving people sat on the steps below and milled about in the unrelenting heat, they were weak, and though heads turned to look at their king, it seemed as though they barely saw him. A drop of water hit motech Oshima's forehead. He touched it in disbelief, rubbing the moisture between his fingertips. He looked up. Rain began to fall softly at first, but then in a steady stream laughing, he raised his arms into the air. They may be doomed, but in this moment he felt saved. motech Osama continued to rain until his death in fourteen sixteen nine, though he's known for being a war leader and expand her of the Mexica Empire Monaco. Osama is also credited with some more practical advances like constructing docks to provide to not lawn with water, among these was the chapel tape pack aqueduct, which took thirteen years to complete. But Darker Times were still to come Koteles cues. Prediction came true about fifty years after a motech Oshima's death, many of the Mexica were slaughtered, and their cities were leveled by the invading, Spanish it was the end of their civilization. History has painted the Aztecs as violent and bloodthirsty people. But that's because of who got to write history. The invading Spanish told tales of mass murder, and the name of sacrifice to them. The native people of Mexico were uncivilized dangerous. The tale of tecos Oma searched for Koteles Q. was recorded after the sixteenth century Spanish conquest by Fray Diego Duran and can be interpreted as a condemnation of militarism and A. A story that champions family values code accused longing for her son wheat, CEELO poached as another layer to this theme, his original departure from asked land to settle in the Mexican basin, ultimately led to the Mexico's ruthless slaughter of those who resided in the region. Previously, his departure from Ashland therefore shows his abandonment of family for war and Cote accused grief from his absence shows that conflict rips families apart. And then there's asked land itself a luxurious place of abundance, everyone who lives there enjoys immortality and infinite happiness wildlife coexist with the people of Aslan with bird, soaring through the skies and schools of fish swimming through the lake trees shade, the inhabitants from the harsh Sun and floating gardens full of vegetables ensure that no one goes hungry. In modern Mexican culture today, the legend of vast land represents many things including unity, because it's a place utterly without the complications and vices of the world outside Motech Oshima's consumption of the chocolates that weighed him down symbolized the risks of indulging in luxury. The aztecs from asked land could remain immortal, because they've not been spoiled by such things, therefore representing the ideal that all should adhere to simplicity and harmony with nature. We're all way down by our vices, and sometimes success, and its pursuit clouds the true harm that we do the story of couse. Obama's to asked land was more than a quest to find a mysterious homeland. It's about revitalizing his connection to humanity. Thanks again for tuning into mythology. We'll be back Tuesday with a new episode for more information on Motech who Soma amongst the many sources we used. We found the return to Koteles, Q. Goddesses and wore ladies in Mexican. Folklore by Gazelle Gomez Connell extremely helpful to our research. You can find more episodes of mythology and all other. Originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music? But now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like mythology for free from your phone, desktop or smart speaker to stream mythology on spotify. Just open the APP and type mythology in the search bar. If you enjoy mythology, you'll love my other podcast. 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Motecuhzoma Pt. 1
"Something to note all myths have many versions and variations. For this episode. We've selected those. We felt to the most dramatic and entertaining and supplemented them with additional research into Mesoamerican traditions, because mythology comes from oral tradition. There's a wide variety across sources are myths may not always be the version. You're familiar with, but we hope you'll enjoy them a warning. This episode features dramatization and discussions of human sacrifice and gore listener. Discretion is advised especially for listeners under thirteen. The old grizzled priest chanted softly. His is surrounded by leathery skin and deep layers of wrinkles were shut tight, he knelt inside an immense stone temple, the carved faces of serpents, and Jaguars stared at him from the walls, their mouth hung open in an eternal scream, the priests slowly opened his eyes to stare down at a young man on the altar before him, he was weeping. His wild is staring up at the priest in panic as he thrashed violent. To free himself, but his limbs were held in place by four acolytes surrounding the altar. There was no escape. Looking on was the great emperor Mo- tecos Oma he loomed large and Pherson an immense golden headdress with his somber expression, and chiseled cheekbones he was almost as regal as the stone gods that lined the temple walls, his gold sandals tapped impatiently on the stone beneath them. His eyes lit up when the priest removed a long dagger from beside the altar. The captive struggled harder at the site of the blade sweat poured from his brow, though he cried out in fear, his horse vote lacked vigor. He'd no doubt already spent hours screaming his cries pulled Motech Oshima's attention from the knife, and as he looked upon the captive, he turned cold. You fight so fiercely against such an honor. You have been deemed worthy of what CEELO coach. Did your people not teach you what that means? But still the man thrashed motech Osama's frown deepened, this man was a foreign captive, and did not know their ways, but it did not make this ritual any less powerful, there was no greater gift to the Gods than the potency of human life. Their land had been through St for years, and each sacrifice brought relief closer. motech Soma nodded to the priest, and the old man swiftly brought the blade down sinking it deep into the man's bare chest with a hair raising squish. The victim's cries were cut off in shock, though his body still squirmed relentlessly the men around him down his limbs, their muscles flexed with the effort. Then they began to chant. Their voices rose with the priests. The priest dragged the knife downwards cutting a jagged line, the man's chest he grunted as he yanked the knife, slicing through flesh and bone. Finally, the young man stopped thrashing his body fell. LIMP MOTECH Oshima's body tensed with anticipation. It was not Gore. He sought the knife was merely a tool to unwrap a gift for wheat. CEELO poached Louis, and it was an effective one at that the priest finally dug a hand into the man's open chest and ripped out his heart. He raised it up into the air and Motech who Soma closed his eyes to pray. CEELO! Poach -ly. Your mother has left us to rot in the Sun. Please persuade her to return to us to me. Bring in the next rule. Welcome to mythology apar- cast original every. Tuesday we present dramatic stories from ancient mythology and explore their origins. I'm your host and Narrator Vanessa Richardson. You can find all episodes of mythology and all other podcast originals for free on spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream mythology for free on spotify just open the APP and type mythology in the search bar. Today were exploring the legendary. Legendary rule of the Aztec Emperor Motech who's Zoema, the first motech Oussama led the militaristic and wealthy empire at the height of its expansion, conquering foreign lands, and reaping the riches that followed as a ruler he was known for looking forward and championing progress, but it was his quest to unearth the past that imposed a grave threat to the very civilization that he had so tirelessly built. Up. Next will meet an emperor who exists in both history and myth. MOTECH Oussama, the I was a real historical figure. He ruled over the Masika people and the Aztec Empire from fourteen forty until his death in fourteen, sixty eight, the early days of his leadership were marked with famine, floods and droughts, however, his eagerness for militarism slowly allowed his people to regain their footing in the world, he united neighboring tribes, including his own with a violent expansion that encompassed today's Mexico and Central America. In creating his empire, he raised the Meshetka people from almost starving to their height of power with a wealthier a stock received that made their home in the city of Tim not lawn in present day. Mexico City accounts of MOTECH. Who so much rain are surrounded by Supernatural Lore, going all the way back to the story of his unusual birth, according to legend, his father, we'd see legal was brutally rejected by the princess meawhile she weasels father when he asked for her hand in marriage, but stubbornly we'd see legal refused to be spurned in retaliation. He adorned an Arrow with a magical greenstone. He fired this Arrow into MIA. Washy whittles palace. MEOW! Intercepted the Arrow, and placed the greenstone in her mouth and act, which impregnated her with the future ruler Motech Oussama. With his mystical origins and ruthless prowess on the battlefield motech, who Soma was easily embraced by the Mexica people as a formidable ruler, but there was one thing that eluded him the mysterious homeland of their, as an sisters asked lamb. The Myth surrounding this sacred land tells of a God named Wheat Silo Poached Lee, who guided its ancient people to leave their hallowed home and subtle elsewhere Adlan housed seven caves, called Chico most talk, and each of these caves corresponded to a different tribe, one of these tribes settled in the Valley of Mexico and eventually became known as the Michika people. Though the legend of asked land has been compared to the lost city of Atlantis. There's much more real life evidence that supports its existence scholars contract Aztec migrations through books and records left by the Aztecs and entails recorded by their Spanish colonizers, while it's clear that the Aztecs or Mexica settled in this region by the thirteen hundred's. Some archaeologists think they may have migrated even earlier hundreds of years later. The MICHIKA were still fascinated by this idea of a lost homeland. An old woman trudged through the hot sun, Baked desert, her long graying hair blue about her shoulders, as a light breeze picked up, her bare breasts hung loose and sunken on her chest. At her waist she wore a skirt of dead. Snakes limply swing around her legs. As she slowly made her way across the sand, she was walking toward a large lush mountain, looming in the distance, birds flew over its peak and trees covered. It's steep sides and immense lake surrounded it like a moat it glistened appearing to glow against the blinding Sun. It was not hard to see this place was special. Music began to emanate from the mountain. Has the old woman grew closer? And soon she began to glow. She stood up straight each step, giving her more and more strength. She slowly turned back around to base the way she'd come. Said wrinkled face, dreamed with tears, as she raised her arms up into the air, and then she opened her mouth to scream. Morteki Soma shot up in his lavish bed breathing heavily his heart race does he threw aside his covers, disturbing the two concubines who shared his bed. They groggily raised their heads as he bellowed. To my room now. A few moments later it's luck. Motech Osama's adviser and half brother strode into the room. His dampened brow showed evidence he'd been running, but his smooth steps concealed his haste. He bowed his king. I know where she is my Lord. Coach you. Finally. She shows her decrepit face. I Lord I would not call the mother goddess decrepit. It is she who abandoned me. All I have done all I have built, and she gives us a drought tough. But you say you know now where she's Motech, Oshima's is flashed. As he recalled his dream that had been no ordinary mountain though he'd never been there, he had known it immediately. It was their homeland the place that housed the seven caves of Chico Mos talk. It was a place. He had learned to find for as long as he could remember. She is in Aslan. Hours later MOTECH. Who Soma stood at the window in His throne room from his perch, he looked out at the sprawling city of Teno teeth lawn, his brow furrowed at the familiar sight of his people gathered outside the palace, their bodies were thin and malnourished, their lips, dry and peeling. They did not push or yellen protest, for they did not have the energy instead they stood silently waiting for their emperor to change their fortune. If this drought went on for much longer, he wouldn't have much of an empire left to rule. Ella interrupted his musings with a light cough motech who soma strode over to his throne, and prompt his gold sandals feet up on a gilded chair. This was how he liked to think slack I ella. Thrown shifting uncomfortably as he waited with barely concealed impatience for his emperor to finish his reflections motech Oussama looked up at the sculpture of Koteles, q., the mother Earth that adorned his throne room. The stone figures showed an old woman with long hair and a skirt of. He side as he stared at her blank stone. Is She always felt distant to him? Perhaps it was because her son. Wheat CEELO postively showed them more favor for it was he who guided them on the battlefield and one them victory it had been five long years of drought, and despite many sacrifices in both their names over the last few years. It was clear that Code Lake you had left the messy cut to starve, but she had appeared to him now, and he could not understand why. Flock Iowa. What do you know of Aslan just that no one alive has seen it. I am. Unsure if it truly exist, it does. On a steep hill in the middle of a lake full of caves in wildlife. But it is the floating gardens that I dream of fool of food and flowers. I cursed this drought. Curse coat like you for abandoning us. But it was all to lead us to our true home. But Do you not think that. Kotak, you might have been saying something else. Perhaps, she is warning us to stay away that she has gone somewhere. No one will find her that she wants to be rid of us. No. No Luck L.. It is all that is left. I have conquered all the. I can see I have been moving forward for so long. It is time that I look back. Motech Osama jumped to his feet and grabbed a ceremonial spear from the wall. He jumped towards Ella. Who simply raised an eyebrow? For turned yours goddess in I appear demanding to be taken to Aslan. No, no wait. I will reenact the dream for you here. motech Oussama waved his spear, as he recounted the tale once again as he spoke, his pulse quickened, conquering fulfilled him greatly, but he had always felt that expansion of his empire was simply a way for him to fill the void of the only campaign he had truly ever desired, but even as exhilaration filled him, his mind turned once again to the starving people standing guard outside his walls. They would not wait forever. He needed to find Aslam. Coming up motech Oussama attempts to find asked land with nothing to go off of but a dream. High listeners podcast has teamed up with the co-host from the hit podcast morbid to bring you the next big thing and true crime and podcasts and countdown it's called crime countdown, and you can hear new episodes. Every Monday here's ash and Elena to tell you more. 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The great mexica empire was plagued by drought. It seemed the goddess of the Earth Code Liq- had abandoned them but years into the drought code. LIQ- visited Emperor Motech Soma in a dream where she was seen standing before the Mexico's legendary homeland of Aslan a place he had always longed to find motech Osama ordered his adviser and half brother Tila to round up the best of his men to. To compose a search party for as plan warriors from all over the Mesoamerican Empire. The party would be laden with carts of food, animals, and golden gets for the goddess once they found her. These gifts would surely appease her enough to end the drought, and bring back the reins, and then a messenger would return to bring their great emperor Motech, who Soma to the ancestral home of Aslam. But, as they gathered in the throne room, motech Oussama caught sight Uneasy face, his mood darkened in early. What is it now my Lord? We do not know where they should begin the search. Is it not best to wait and see if coatless visit you again with more information? We may share the same father, but magic blood runs through my veins. That is why it is I who, in this chair, and not you. She will show them the way. You would do well to not arrest on the glory of your origins, my Lord. I do not need to. I am the face of an empire. Yet you speak to the man whose council built it. Luck Ella Paled, and he quickly stepped back at the site of Motech Osama's face. It had turned red with Fury Slutskaya dared claim credit for his victories. It was not only a lie. It was an infuriating overstep. You are fortunate that we share blood. But, that only goes so far brother, remember that the next time you council. Now Make yourself useful and fetch me my warriors. The months passed slowly, and without any sign of the warriors each day. Motech who Soma became more anxious, he worried that La Kayla had been right though he would never admit it. Just imagining the smug look on his half brothers face caused a flash of anger L'Aquila's insinuation that he built motech Osama's empire still made his blood boil until finally the warriors returned. But of the large contingent that had set out on the expedition for land, only three weary stragglers remained. motech Oussama sat on his throne, staring in ill-concealed shock at the pitiful warriors that knelt before him, he barely recognize them. The valiant soldiers who had left his palace, were strong and fearless, but these men these men's clothes hung loose, and in tatters, the whites of their eyes shown brightly against their dirty faces, Motech who Soma found himself looking away from their gaze. They looked so haunted. SLUTSKAYA silently behind his emperor, as one of the warriors rose unsteadily to his feet. We did not know where to go my Lord. We wandered around the jungle for months. Wild animals feast an art brothers. For ripped apart. But coach q coal to you. Did she not? You must have seen something. The warriors comrade nudged him. His expression was still full of fear, but it also held a warning. The message was clear. Be careful what you say next. The warrior looked down at his hands. You may speak. We saw no sign of the goddess nothing that matters toward anything death. We did not want to return with nothing to offer. Motech who so must side, so Tila had been right. He avoided his half. Brothers Gaze as he dismissed the warriors. My Lord. Perhaps it would be better to turn your focus to the matter at hand. We need watcher. We lose time pursuing that's land. When not go further north? If we send enough men, we could. MOTECH Oussama had enough of Talaa Kayla's musings, he suddenly stood and strode from the Throne Room. He needed to think. Moments later, Motech who Soma found himself walking up the steep steps that lead to temp low mayor s, he ascended, he passed clusters of his subjects. He held his head high, avoiding their wide eyes and starved bodies, but he was stopped. Does a young girl stumbled into his path? She reached a feeble arm out to him her stringy hair, obscuring half her face, her shaking hand was held palm. Begging for food water anything. But motech who Soma looked away, he kept his gaze locked on his golden sandals, watching them bend, as he stepped around her, and proceeded up the stone steps toward the waiting temple, his heart thundered in his chest as he tried to ignore the suffering that filled city. Praying would ease his mind, and perhaps give him a sign to guide him to Code Liq- and as LAN. MOTECH coucilman knelt before a sculpture of the Great God wheat Ceelo poached Louis. He was code. Lake Used Sun the most powerful God of the Sheikha. Surely he would have some answers. Tell me what to do. Great Lord I aim to please you, so tell me how. What is it you want me to do? I it you animals goods human lives I conquered lands in your name. What more do you want? I have conquered every land. I laid eyes on slaughtered every ruler who stood in my way, and still you not think me worthy to find Aslan. Patrick flows through my veins. If any ruler could end the Stroud in find our lost homeland, it should be me. Then why not answer magic with magic. MOTECH WHO Soma much turned to seats. Law Kiele darkening the doorway of the temple as his word sunk in Motech. AS-AS is lit up. He knew just what to do. motech Osama tasked Kylo once again with rounding up men, but these would not be warriors. They would be sorcerer's MOTECH. Oshima's military might had given birth to an empire, but it was time for another approach where soldiers had failed. Wise Men in touch with the spiritual world would surely prevail sixty sorcerers from around the land were gathered attainable teat land before the great motech Oussama he swelled with pride at the site of all of their wise faces. Then he nodded to his guards who disappeared from the throne Rome. MOTECH WHO SOMOS men returned with carts and crates, laden with riches, gold, and shining stones glistened brightly feathers and cotton food, and other goods, the very best royal storehouses, good offer more than enough to please Koteles Q. When they found her, but the sorcerer's simply stared at the goods UNMOVING. Soma frowned and looked at La Que Ella for help, but he seemed equally perplexed. Wiseman surely, this is enough. Is All that we have. Maybe they are waiting for something aside from courtly Q.. Can you not speak. motech oh, so my aunt. La Kayla were met with silence Motech Soma fidgeted his mouth, felt his dry as the desert outside, he did not like feeling unsure and right now that was all he felt. Finally one of the sorcerer's stepped forward Motech. Soma relaxed finally he will hear their plan, but instead of speaking, the source raised a hand and pointed to the Great Motech who Soma, and as he did, so sunlight streamed into the throne room, glinting off of MOTECH WHO as Golden Sandals What does it mean? I think they want you to go with them. It does make sense my Lord. You want something done, right? Perhaps. I should do it myself. MOTECH, who Soma slowly rose from his throne and step toward the sorcerer's Motech Oussama did not know how he had not considered it before he was so used to giving orders to directing armies from afar the thought of going on this journey filled him with fear, but also with a sense of purpose he would be the first to step foot in as land since the Aztecs had left it all those centuries ago, he smiled as the approach the sorcerer's. They joined their. Their hands with his and soon all sixty of them were linked and immense chain of wise men. The two ends of the chain walked slowly towards each other, and joined to make a circle they knelt to the ground together as if they were all one body, and then the sunlight that had burst into the throne room moments before began to move it slowly gathered into a bright undulating job before floating to the center of the circle there it's shone brightly pulsing rhythmically. The sorcerer's around Motech Oussama began to come softly at first, but then progressively louder and louder, the light grew abruptly overpowering everything in the Throne Room when Motech who Soma opened his eyes, he gasped, he was on the ceiling of the Throne Room, looking down at a shocked Ella, surrounding him. Sixty birds flew about the ceiling, screaming and swooping, he took in his own gold, tipped wings and sharp. In Awe, he had become a bird one by one. The sorcerer birds flew out of the Throne Room Motech. Who Soma looked down again at Tequila and an idea popped into his head. He dove towards his half-brother with a shriek. Who Soma flu alarmingly close to clock as head, screeching loudly in his ear, slack duct in panic but MOTECH. Oma swerved out of the way just in time before he to flew out the window after the sorcerer's. The upwards into the sky beyond he chuckled to himself. He hoped that Tesla Kayla had gotten his message. His kingdom had better still be there when he returned. motech Oussama begins his true quest for his elusive homeland after this. Now back to the story. Emperor motech Oussama soared through the air in the form of a bird in front of him flew sixty similar animals, the flock of sourcres he had assembled for the journey after dreaming of the lost homeland of asked land for all of his life, he was finally on his way there with a contingent of the lands, wisest men he'd been wrong to I, sent his warriors on a doomed expedition to find Aslan, but he was not sorry that he had their failure made him realize that he could not sit idly by this should have been plane to him ever since the Goddess Koteles Q. I taunted him and his dream, but alas some are slower to learn than others, even emperors. His bird form seamlessly dipped below clouds and caught wind currents that pushed him higher the air up here. He was not a ruler in charge of a kingdom or an Aztec in need of homeland up here all he had to do was fly. He led out a joyous CHIRP and swooped over to watch the cracked earth far beneath him, he was soon surprised when the ground below was disrupted by a series of dilapidated pyramid structures that seemed to glow in the sunlight. Buildings looked celestial vibrant despite their decaying facade, the sorcerer's before him began to drop down toward the pyramid city below they fell in a wave, swooping with confidence. Stop. Where are you going? motech Oussama blinked. They could not be at aslund already. They were not even out of the valley yet nevertheless he followed the wiseman down below the clouds, and toward the crumbling pyramids, as soon as his talents touched the earth, he transformed back into a man, golden sandals, and all a shiver passed through his body. It was a strange sensation looking around he saw the sixty sorcerer's now in human form, slowly heading up the steep steps of one of the Pyramids and disappearing into the temple at its peak. MOTECH WHO SOMA was growing frustrated. This couldn't be as LAN. There were no floating gardens, no gleaming lake he would need to speak to these clearly misguided wiseman and set them back on course. Motech Soma entered the temple to see the sixty sorcerer's kneeling before a serpentine like sculpture, half of the stone had been broken off leaving a single Fang in its open maw. Everything was very quiet. MOTECH WHO SOMA waited for the sources to finish praying, but he quickly grew impatient. What, are we doing here? Speak. I am your emperor and you must tell me. Why are we here? motech Osama felt the slight breeze of something passing behind him. He whipped around startled, but there was nothing there. He turned back to the sorcerer's. If they had noticed anything Amiss, they did not let on undisturbed. They continued praying. Out of the corner of his eye, he caught sight of a figure moving through the shadows on the other side of the Temple Motech Soma tensed and stepped forward, but could see nothing in the darkness between the disintegrating sculptures. The hair on his arms stood up as fear clenched his stomach. Men Protect! Your Emperor, Man. But still no one moved. He felt something move by him again this time far closer slowly he knelt down and picked up a chunk of rock. It was a Fang broken off from the snake. God that the sourcres prayed before Motech who soma gripped the stone tightly, and held it up ready to face, whatever evil lurked in this tomb. He was foolish to have left all his warriors attainable Teton. Once again he turned, but this time he was not greeted with shadows, but the ghost of the plumed serpent, the snake God quetzalcoatl, the Specter was silent, it merely looked at him with disdain before slithering back into the shadows. One of the sourcres stood and now faced motech Oussama. He was old, but move with the speed of a much younger man. Violence does not get you very far here in teotihuacan emperor. This is the city of the Gods. I thought it was a legend. No more than Aslan. Why do we idol here? You do well to tell your emperor when you wish to detour. We are paying respects for the journey ahead. Respect his of more use than that rock in your hand. MOTECH Osama was speechless. He was used to mend staring at him with fear, and all, whenever he deigned to raise his voice, others cowered before him, but the sorcerer gave no outward sign that he was intimidated. MOTECH Osama felt chastened as if he was nothing more than a naughty boy, he looked down at the stone. He still gripped, and let it closer to the ground. He felt his cheeks burn with shame as he tried to keep the petulance from his voice. I. Know All about respecting. The gods have not given weeks. You'll poetry his sheriff sacrifice. It is the gods who do not respect me. Runs away leaving by people, craving, water and The sorcerer just stared at motech Osama unmoved by his words, feeling foolish motech Oussama strode out of the temple, leaving the sorcerer's to their prayer. After. They were finished the sorcerer's. Themselves and Motoko Soma into birds once again. They took to the sky and flew for ten straight days. As they flew motech Soma dreamed of being the first Michika to set foot in as land. He had always known he was special. Cities stood no chance against his warriors. Immense structures had been erected at his whim without him. The MICHIKA would be starving farmers. But he also remembered the shame he had felt when the sorcerer pointed out the Rock in his hand, he always answered with violence, but perhaps that was not how he was going to win this battle, the thought gave him pause. It had been a long time since he had felt discomfort, and after all the conquests and riches, he was finally learning what it was like to be stripped down to just himself. His reflections were interrupted as the clouds gave way below to reveal a pristine lake, surrounded by Lush Greenery and immense mountain, loomed in its center, pulsing with power, as the sun reflected off the lake surface. They had arrived at as land. For a prosperous country in the midst of a drought, dreaming of a place like Aslan with felt like a welcome respite from the reality of their daily life, even though no one alive knew the place was like it's legend was a reminder of the former glory of their people. MOTECH Oshima's expedition to find. Aslan has real historical basis. When the Spanish conquerors arrived in fifteen nineteen c e to lay waste to the Michika during the reign of Montezuma, the second they found writings that referenced the King Motech who Soma the first sending an expedition to search for their homeland. According to the colonial historian and missionary fray Diego Duran. This expedition revived the legend of Ashland Land for the Michika people yet. His version differs slightly from the myth. We've just told instead. He writes that when Motech who Soma found Kotak. You and asland she prophesied that the Aztec Empire would soon be conquered and ruined. This indeed would happen when Montezuma the second took the throne in the fifteen hundreds though Texoma was above. Above his lowly subjects that were dying of thirst, he no doubt felt the noose tightening around his neck with each year that passed without water, his grand empire was slipping through his fingers, and no amount of conquering foreign lands would make water fall from the sky. He put all his hopes on Aslan, but what he did not consider was that he would still have to face the goddess that had beckoned him there. Thanks again for tuning into mythology, we'll be back Tuesday with part two of the story of Motech, who Soma for more information on Motech who Soma amongst the many sources we used, we found Mesoamerican mythology, a guide to the gods, heroes, rituals and beliefs of Mexico and Central America by K.. Al Meera Reed and Jason J Gonzales extremely helpful to our research. You can find more episodes of mythology, and all other park has originals for free on spotify, not only to spotify already have all of your favorite music, but. But now spotify is making it easy for you. Enjoy all of your favorite podcast. Originals like mythology for free from your phone, desktop or smart speaker to stream mythology on spotify just open the APP and type mythology in the search bar. If you enjoy mythology, you'll love my other podcast details. 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JRE for Genevieve Episode 11 THE JAMIE FLANAGAN EXPERIENCE
"You're listening to the PODCAST DETROIT visit. Www dot com tested dot com before information. Welcome to Jerry for genevieve episode eleven. I believe I have a very very gracious that Guest today Mr Jamie Flanagan correct. I am here I swear. Yeah just like sitting in the in the in the studio with you just at the control board. I gotTa make sure all the toys are running too but yeah thanks for Thanks for letting me sit in with him. Oh thank you so today. Genevieve LEVEE buddy Just trying to add to that enlightening conversation Number that you might be able to grab something from I think everyone has some led to give and I'm sure Jamie. Yeah probably have more than most but we will try to bring this back to kind of the buckets that we want to keep the podcast in line with as far as relationships education in the work I think you probably have a very interesting perspective being on the podcast age as far as relationships. And Tell me if I'm wrong but I figure you got to meet so many more people than most people. Do you know throughout the work week or a month. They're going to work and they're sitting by the same people they're dealing with customers but dealing with them on a very Transaction based relationship whereas I'm assuming you're meeting a lot of people and really talking to them and getting to know him Figure you just gotTA learn a ton that way. Yeah we do. It's Because I teach high school and then like Matt. The we. Dj Weddings idea weddings and parties. I meet New People all the time doing that. And it's the cool thing about that. It's like it's the happiest day of their lives and their plan and their plan on the justice magnificent party. Yeah you get to be part of that and then you know as as a Dj try to find out. 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You guys are off and doing your life for me as groundhog's but it's cool because I get to take that new crew and we get to start all over fresh in right and you know there's another kick at the cat to to do things right and do things. Well and and learn the lessons they learn you know. Why do the fun stuff I do? Yearbook and newspaper broadcast cool so I do some fun classes. I Have English twelve to which my English twelve kids will tell you is. It's a lot of writing English learning how to write essays so you can communicate well and they're like well. I'm not going to college and that's another thing it's like well. I'm not going to college and it's like well one should and two if you not good Tanada right. You got to like Brian in this place. Podcast Northville right near the village workshop. And now it's the hanger in this co working space. In order to to flip the switch on that they had to get some variances from the city and so they had to go and present to the city and they headed to research and they had to go and they had to present their argument to be able to park cars to run their business. Uplift telling me I was like you gotta be able to. You got to be able to communicate able to communicate well right So as Wilma. I'm not you know I'm not going to college. It's like well it's still important so Although he's going to college sure but I mean everybody has a different path. Everybody has Yeah and I think that right there is important. I used to teach fifth grade and so I do the same thing you know every year. Yeah you go back through it and and that's Kinda Fun because while you're teaching the same stuff you always find new angles and because it's a different set of students you're teaching at a different way or whatever it may be maybe sometimes that's more comforting than going out the new knowing where you're going or what you're doing. A lot of these students are But I think between those three the podcast and the weddings and like the yearbook stuff. That seems like all three of those things. The people that are coming there wanna-be there. That's got to be super refreshing. Because I don't think that's everybody's not a yeah no. It's journalism kids really really want to be there and do that right. It's if you're failing yearbook I don't know but in the same breath whenever I feel like someone Looks at something and thinks man. That looks really great. I really don't see a downside. There's always a downside. There's pros and cons only got. Yeah they have to. I mean they have to the yearbook. I mean they got to sell advertising. Which is the worst part because we get no funding from the school so we sell the books for like sixty five bucks and they cost about seventy to produce okay. So you're losing Ravi so if they don't sell ads you know. Then you know we don't meet our bill on the school's GonNa make up the difference so they I mean they have to sell ads in the back of the book. Some pairs by them as like a or a senior but we gotta we gotta hit up some businesses and things so right it's it's But again that might be one of the most useful things they learn in that class to is. The yearbook is an amazing experience for for a young person. Yeah to do. You're running a small business. You're you're marketing. You're managing a crew. You're working with people. You're meeting a deadline. It's it's And then you're writing your taking pictures. You're communicating you know with words and telling a story and learning. You're learning graphic design and design and There's a lot that goes into it. It's a lot of work but it's fun work if if you make. Yeah seeing the completed product at the end. I think has got to be super. What's that called gratifying? Gratifying yeah it is. It really is right for a lot of them. That that's probably the biggest project they've put together and Worked with other people to put the to that point. I'd have to imagine it's our schools by seventeen hundred people. We order about a thousand books. Yeah it's a sixty five seventy thousand dollar project. Yeah you numbers in front of us. Guys are responsible for seventy thousand dollars. Let's get this job done. It's a big. It's a big GIG. Death cool yeah. So you do to other podcasts. Yeah one animal talkradio. Yep and then so. The premise of that is everything. Just helping people with their pets and everything. Pet related started as animal talk. Radio is started as a radio. Show right Brian. Who owns the building here? was one of the hosts. Okay and I was just a weekend guy at it was a twelve seventy. Wxyc here in Detroit and I was just run on the boards and helping The weekend shows and they were one of the shows on the weekend and they're like hey you know nobody here will help us. You know we help us real record some commercials in and I'm like Asher and they're like. Hey you know when the show is on if you ever want to crack the Mike and jump in you know go for it I go. You're sure again and you know about fifteen years later I was on the show. Yeah because a couple of a couple of the original people kind of dropped off and moved away And then I had so much fun with it kept it going but there is a vet and brian was a dog trainer and then we had a reptile guy We OVER THE YEARS. We had a couple of reptile guys and they just they give pet advice to people and it's it's different because of podcast is different because it's not caller driven talk radio when we're on the air people call in with their questions and the vet. Our doctor. Brad was was amazing connecting with people But now it's we. We do some emails and it's just our interaction with ourselves and we talked to some authors in some adventures and things but when it was a show when it was the win was a college revenue. People were just calling. That was really interesting because a lot of times people. I mean that's a part of the family or it's like you know the in pets don't live forever And and sometimes you gotta make a hard decision for your pet and Dr. Brad was always so good at having that difficult conversation with people even on the radio and giving him some good sage advice and helping them through what you know inevitably for every pet. Owner Is a difficult decision to say win. Four year PAT it's It's it's a hard thing to do. And it was really neat to be able to connect and help people because people would call back and say that you know they. They appreciate it. Us helping them through that tough time and So yeah as connecting with people it was. It's it's it's it's cool cool so What you know is with podcasts. It's people listen at a later time. It's not that immediate thing right. Did you prefer that immediate interaction That show the the way that show worked for. That was better. Yeah so that was a ton of fun. He's just people and people call them do ridiculous things and so we have clips of ridiculous things to So they both have their merits but That that caller driven stuff is fun. When you're getting callers as fun when you're not getting calling in January when I actually at the pet store earlier. Tatum looking around while we were poking around town But I think pets is an interesting thing to go like you mentioned. They're part of the Family Oria to varying degrees depending on the families are in I remember we had a golden retriever. Growing up her name is ginger and Yeah I would assume relationship with her was as close as with any of my brothers or sisters. Probably there that you know that time. She's she's actually my password for most of my computer stuff so the hack my staff so many people use their pets. High is probably not a very good. Yeah but you know as actually doing just Some little writing the last couple of weeks and It's kind of related but I think it'd be interesting to hear your perspective because I think it's interesting. How how much of animal nature you know we are and I think we try to like deny that a lot but if you take away you know if you take away everything that you know. Maybe we learned growing up or What's left is you know. In the end we're animals. We still have like animal. Instincts animal behaviors. And I think that's kind of implant. I was reading. This thought experiment. Where say you were say you could be kicked out of the nest when you were born and you could survive you feed yourself you. Could you WANNA die instantly? Sure just being a human in nature. Would you distinguish human from other animals right? I don't know you and if you couldn't is everything else. We are a product of you know. They're like the relationships we have The our society you know how we grow up because it feels like You know we were kicked out and lived alone That that we would just be animals. We would be you know. Get Hungry Hungry. We look for food. We get cold. We look for shelter. Maybe with our brain size we might be able to ponder the pass and predict the future a little better sure but apart from that I mean everything else. We are Communication written language any technology all the relations all the relationships. We have those. Are All you know socialize or to to to some degree. So we're very fragile. The human animal is very fragile. Probably more than most animals that right without yeah without parenting because a lot of animals make on their own like you know the the baby sea turtles. It's like you know they're they're they go. You know out of those shells and then off getting to try and yeah and and just put the human animal. Just you know. Sometimes people are in their thirties before they leave the nest. I think it's by nature. I mean we can't fend for ourselves for the first whatever. Yeah Ten plus years of our lives and then so what? We're already caught up in that kind of socialized structure starting with our Momber parents your family and then it growing out from there but I just feel like so much of who we think we are. I don't know I mean maybe it comes down to that nature versus nurture thing. Yeah but I don't know we'd be we'd be we'd be extinct if it wasn't for the nurture thing would be extinct without the nurture of it. Yeah so I. I don't think we give society enough of A. They're a bigger part of less than we'd like to admit. Maybe I think we like to hold onto like our ego and our individual sense of self maybe When really sometimes I feel like we're just animals and we. We evolve the way that you know the social influences have to. You know we don't always attract the best parts. Let's in is part of the nurturing to helping guide to the best parts of society and these are the pieces you want. He's the pieces. You WanNA leave us a high helping guide towards that right. Yeah and I think that's another thing too is we. Don't physically choose necessarily to be in a society as we grow up in it and then A lot of times we don't have the resources or know how to escape even if we want to But I I think that's important to realize we're in a society and if we're GONNA be in a society a lot of choices we should be making should be. The choice has better for us is going to be the one. That's also better for the people around us that makes sense but the kind of Guy Tangent or I. I think the animal is interesting because I think a lot of us are attracted to maybe or the idea of them Maybe because they are us in a much simpler form where we see him that way and I think there's a lot of times they're smarter than we are just to just behavior wise smarter Make better choices than we do of. Who is we had him on the on the show? Detroit newscaster more Krim and he had written a book and it was how to be fantastic as your dog. Thinks something along those lines and it was like it was all the lessons that he learned from his dog. And and you know just because when you come home. Your Dog's Love. Yeah no matter what you know is gonna forgive you just Thinks you're amazing. You might have had the worst day on the planet but you get home. And they're they're there to take that from you so it's It was. It was a great little concept. So yeah if we if we could be as as fantastic as dogs thinks we. We'd be all right. Well I think that same thing as kids a lot of times I mean how. They're brutally honest and they're they're they're smarter than US without knowing it to some degree I was thinking about that in the way over. I mean Javy just you know her ability to say I love you for no reason. Just because that's how she's feeling at that particular moment but at the same thing with the dog. I mean there's GonNa be so happy. Go lucky but that immediately changes the way you treat them you know. Yeah they're they're putting that out there and they're getting that right back and I feel like We could definitely do a better job of that. You know he even going overboard and being overly enthusiastic or or loving or helpful or positive and then I feel like you definitely do get that. Get that back in return. Yeah Yeah Yeah so cool so biggest thing you learn from the Animal Talk Radio Show. I jeez biggest thing. I learned that you can't train a cat. I'm a cat guy at the first one. Walk all over me We train this new guy a little bit better. So yeah so he's So I had I had my first cat for like eighteen years. He kind of did what he wanted. The I feel like that's a completely different book. Lesson to learn from my cat lessons I learned from my dog. Absolutely it's more. It's the you know because I could be on a bowling league or DART league But I don't do that on a podcast and I spent. That's how I spent. Some of my leisure time is is doing that. It's not like this. You know big money generator supplements like we just do it for fun. And it's because it's the the people that hang out with you get to deal with. I mean they're just solid people I think the best thing I've learned from that is is keeping yourself surrounded with positive people and and and You know try to be a positive contributor to to cause that's awesome so I think that goes back to if we really are product of the people around us. Yeah then maybe it's a good idea to surround yourself with really good people if you know. That's WHO's really gonNA influence you in effect you and You know be the reason you turn out to be the kind of person you are Yeah you are It's it's a conglomeration. Like an amalgamation of the people that that that you associate with. It's still amalgamation. It's not the right word but you know what I mean. We have a better word destroyed. That's cool and he's all your other podcast is I'll just about. It's a lifestyle thing about your spirits and having fun again that's With Matt I do that one with the guy here. I think you've met on the show with you. Yeah but it's just a lifestyle stuff guide lifestyle stuff but it it it's for anybody right And again it's just fun. It's just That friendship and that bonding Do it with adult beverages but You know it's just The bonding of it. We're learning stuff because we don't because we enjoy those things right And we WANNA learn right and so we figured well Matt and I'll learn a few things and hopefully the people that are listening to learn some stuff along the way as well but I think that's huge too is I think maybe it's just me personally but I think a lot of people. They lose that as they get older and get into the grind of of work and life You know having those things that you enjoy and putting them on the calendar and look forward to them and and Kinda hopefully realizing You know dessi objective of living to a large degree. Yeah and I think a lot of us you know work right past that and we don't make time and we're yeah and then it just becomes one long. Yeah because Yeah Matinee. Like the only times we hang out Would be you know. Just you know I it. Dinner with their wives or It wasn't we didn't have a lot of high time. And now it was like or like you know we wedding and wedding planning if we were doing stuff like that and it wasn't just like really just downtime guy time And and doing this podcast. We get a lot more of that. Which is Which is which is which is fine. Yeah helps US recharge. Because it's always good to just unplug in in recharge it really is. It's always a good reminder very cool so you got a ton of experience. Tammy EXPERIENCE WITH PEOPLE. Time experience with teaching kids one of our big buckets so between relationships education and work with kind of hit. All those. What's your what's your hope for. Genevieve do you hope she goes to college? What do you I want you to be a doctor? What do you what do you? What's your what's your your ten year plan. Go along with those things. I hope she can do something. She enjoys okay. I think I kind of mentioned it. You know hopefully within the relationship education and work bucket. She can be kind of fulfilled and Not Be grasping and any one of those three buckets. Sure I feel. She's content in those three buckets. you know constant learning something Doing something that she feels is productive and She feels she's good at and then having good relationships I mean I think I would feel I would be happy that I felt that she was happy. So maybe it's a selfish thing. Yeah but No no no pushing no and and really even an abbey interested in hearing your thoughts on this teacher yeah Let's talk about college right right all right so you you taught for a while you have to be college educated. Where'd you go to school? What you what did you stop bounce all over the place okay and So you know went to eastern went to. Byu took some classes as University of Arkansas. Wow Okay Don's actually ended up graduating from a clearer university based at Plymouth. All right But to teach. Yeah the only reason as able to teach is because they were so hard up for teachers and Texas. If you have any bachelor's degree we can run you through this course. Okay and then which actually i. I don't think it was a bad idea because you get a lot of people with a lot of different life experiences coming there. I always wanted to teach sure but Yes so that's how I got to that point so you did college. And so what's what's your what's your what's your five. What was your final major final? Like Small Business Administration or it was an invisible business degree. Yeah okay but I feel like. That's a liberal arts degree or semi. Because it's so broad it's now just diffic- it's it's it's just a degree and sometimes that piece of paper can be helpful because it did allow me to go down in and do the teaching. Yeah which I really enjoyed And I think I probably did the college experience completely incorrectly. Because I really didn't know what I wanted in house Kinda going all over the place but I don't know if it left a great taste of all right. I mean and you. You mentioned that your wife did did you. Is that how you guys met in Texas Teaching So we met here and then she went down to teach in Texas Wahler and was able to end up teaching down there so she did everything right okay. She went to a really good school. She went to hope out there. Colin got actual teaching degree. Teach and I she kinda knew what you WanNa do from the get-go which I think is another thing which is huge which is hard. I don't know exactly how I didn't still this knowing what you WanNa do right. I think is invaluable especially at that will age. Yeah did you guys talk to you? The students a lot about that. It's you know it was just like until about a year and a half ago. It was like an for about a year and a half ago. It tied changed a little bit again but like prior to a year and a half ago. Two out ten years fifteen years ahead of that. It was like you got to go to college. You got to go to college. Got To get a new college. If you don't go to college your life is over. It was his hardcore message beyond just beaten into kids. That's the message. I got now right now. There's a massive shortage in skilled trades. Yeah and if you get hooked up in the skilled trades you can reach your ticket right now have So that now the pushes like It's so college isn't isn't the only push because there's still a lot of push towards the college preparedness and I think I think it's I think that's a faulty mindset. It's just I think it's just life prepared. Yes is worship. Should be prepared for but it's a lot like last year and a half. There's this oh my gosh. There's shortage shortage in skilled trades. Some kids are GonNa go to college. They're not college material. They they have a different path. They have their different types of learners. They they like working with their hands. A they want to build things they want to. You know A fixed and do create An and a college degree isn't absolutely paramount to to those skills. And and so there's there's Adjustment going on now in the state the State of Michigan. We're in here they're They're they're pushing for the skilled trades. Businesses are desperate for people. So they're throwing money at schools to help get kids into the skilled trades programs in these Calling the CTE programs career technical education programs And so those are ramping up like like just amazingly so So the yeah the push school. But we still have the standardized tests. And that's how they're judging and grading schools so they still put a big emphasis on these standardized tests and those standardized tests lead you to you know that that college pressure It's it's interesting it's What's going on I feel technical? Schools are huge. And I feel like I if I went to like a two year technical school. I probably would've had a more valuable skill than I got and like I said admittedly. I'm sure I didn't do that. Then I came out with an I mean. Just think of all those people in the last generation. That really wanted to to build and like you said do that. And then we're pushed to go to the traditional for year and then an and all the all the people you hear coming out of the traditional schools and not being notified job or whatnot and with the saddle of debt Amazing now. My brother is an interesting examples whereas that goes he's fifty eight and he wasn't a college kind of guy and he didn't go to college. He went there back back in the back. In the day there was a thing called MOTECH. Okay and it was an automotive I think the service manager where I work went there. Yeah and he. He went to Motech and he say love. He was such a nut for Cars Johnson Hall. That's that was his passion and so when he got out of out of High School It's like well. What next and he's like I am going to go to Motech. You know. And he was like so use these at drummer to play rock and roll band while as a top forty cover band put Grinding it out on on the circuit and then go into to Motech and then He just I started out. He was doing Pizza and managing pizza place and we all worked Domino's pizza together. It was crazy. Nineteen eighty four. And I've been there is Was it the noise. Yeah yeah and it was The Tigers had won the world series and Mani just bought the Tigers. It was a is a crazy time for pizza troy but he got out of that and he went to Motech and Started just wrenching. Just that a couple. Garages started at a service station. And then he was at a Just large dependent garage and from there he went and he managed up like a precision tune and then from there he became a service adviser at a dealership and then from there he worked his way up and he was the service manager and and Which is a pretty fair position. Yeah and he did that without a college degree. He's still amazing when it comes to cars and his knowledge and his his ability because he's on top of it and so it gives him an advantage as a as a service manager for some of those guys aren't aren't mechanics managers And he is but his problem. Now is You know it's it's He was looking to make a change. A couple years back and He didn't have a degree so that was holding him up. 'cause he's at this level now and they're like. Oh this great. And they're like where did you go to college? I didn't you know I I came up from the trenches of you. Know the oil trenches literally at the physician tune in on the way up And it held him back from from making a couple of changes that he wanted to make peop 'cause society still has this mindset. Yeah and they weren't going to allow him to get the Gig without that college degree but I think things are changing again. He's in he's in. He's in a precarious spot. In you know being fifty eight right now Yeah so is but the kids. Last me appears last is college important. Does it have to go to college. And no the answer's no absolutely not but It and my son my stepson. He's he's winding up his four years at Grand Valley right now. He's GonNa Graduate here in April theoretically. Actually you'll have like two classes to take over the summer when he gets to graduate with his class right now but He's he's winding down and we're trying to get an internship we're talking to a body And he was going to get them a a GIG his At his place at internship and He was like you know I. It's like college like well you know. I didn't really have classes in that kind of stuff. And he cites a manner just a college. Here's what colleges. College is a piece of paper that says I have the ability to be taught something I can be trained to do something. And that's that's really it. I mean it's you know so what you really get. Your degree in doesn't absolutely matter right. If you're going to be a heart surgeon you probably better take some heart surgery classes but generally speaking I industry in unless it's something super specialized medical or something It it's really just saying I am able to be trained to do something. Right is what employers are looking for in a in a college degree and then you know. It's a loss rose going Yeah just I lost where I was going. Well I think to go along with that is In it probably depends on the industry but I know for myself what I use on. A daily basis job was ninety percent on the job training. And it's now what I learned was for whatever years at school and to go back to your to your brother. And our our servicemen. I believe he did MOTECH. Yeah it sounds real familiar Ed. I believe he went there and he's in his early fifties is. Is that there anymore. I don't think so. Yeah no but I mean somebody that that was the eighties. Yeah he was in there and busted his hump and win worked for a dealership where thing was commission and he was making. You know great money because this valuable skill and you had a good work ethic But we just went through the process of hiring some people and Yeah maybe there. Is that stigma but I just feel like any employer with half a realizes the importance of actual experience. Yeah well the the other things so you get the degree in. It's like it tells people okay. I can be trained to do something and I can finish something I started. I and I can work with other people and I can take direction. that's really what it tells. But then the other piece I slipped on was it's a great networking thing in. Media Apple So In the House you take advantage of it that way. Yeah you know you can go to college and not talk to anybody right so I mean it is it is the networking Yang as well. So it's building relationships and you know. Sometimes it's not what you know to you know and often than not so so that that's that's another aspect of it So when parents asked me you know should my kid does make it have to go to college and the answer is no. They don't have to go to college. it is beneficial. And and if you want heightened your skills I mean people that are going into communications. WanNa heightened your communication skills if you're GONNA go to journalist or work in PR firm or whatever it is you want to or if you WANNA go into marketing if you want to learn the INS and outs of marketing. Colin is doing the a supply chain management You know learning the INS and outs of those stats and figures and statistics and how to manage it and how to think about it and how to predict it and you know being ready to dive into that. Yeah but to go back to where he's looking to start an internship and I feel and and I I've seen A lot of schools go to this. I think is super valuable. I don't think it's the mainstream Yet but I think the the internship I mean if you could do you know three or four internships a year say two to six month internships or four months. Whatever their things are on and you could have like eight internships via. I think that'd be way more valuable for years of book study right. I mean I mean that's kind of how it was back in the day you you wanted to be a doctor you intern with physician for however many years and same thing with just about any other trade and you're actually learning useful skills from day one and it's just a matter of becoming proficient And then you're learning every aspect of that business to I think and I think technical schools have always been better about that That I've been to one but just from you know people that have gone to them right as actually teaching you the trade from day one not the theory and the the the book stuff about it but yeah when you say about College for genevieve education. I think is what's important. Yeah Do you have to play the game depending on what you? WanNa do definitely sometimes was crazy is is you just never know where your career pass. GonNa go. Oh I think I think people always figure it's going to go in a straight line and it seems like it really does and even more rarely today where people are. What are they saying? People are have like five job. Yeah and the first ten years of their. Oh Yeah it's 'cause it's different. I mean you know. I'm I'm a little older than you but my my parents and grandparents it was like thirty five years ago. Watch or whatever that doesn't exist anymore Yeah we hasn't texted. I've worked with US for twenty plus years and I'm amazed by that Not The fact that they haven't gone anywhere else. But there's a certain when you've been somewhere that long Year you get super proficient the amount of specific Product Knowledge. You have at that point. I just feel like you know going from here to there and there and and somewhat starting over at each point is that it doesn't seem like it would be great for the worker or the company necessarily but it seems to be the way things are going But yeah I mean the educations out there but like like again As far as name the skilled trades. It seems like I heard that a lot growing up to is So you're you're starting college and they're like you know the The workforce out there is really sure on lawyers or whatever it also feels like the workforce is changing so quickly even if you prep okay. Well then I'll be a lawyer. That'd be a good jab after that four plus years. Oh guess what. Now now we have too many lawyers because everyone got that same message and they they went into that field or whatnot. And it's a chain that quickly and there's a teacher shortage Already on US yeah Because they don't pay teachers crap and beaten up for the last seven years ten years. We've been teachers have been getting getting hit hard especially in Michigan. Which is crazy because when I went to high school. Grandma's twenty plus years ago now I'd always heard this and I never really looked into but like Michigan was kind of a Mecca for teachers. You know like it was still better than some. Yes but it's just the industry's is bad and it's It's sad it's It's become an industry and I hear I hear the people higher up than me in the in the You know where work in the school system talking about the products you know and I'm not talking about the kids with talking about the product and nine re the kids like an actual product. It's like the community. You'll be proud of the product we're putting out and I'm like are you kidding me because a lot of teachers. It's a bit more on the you know arty crafty side. You know you gotTA. There's a certain kind of animal that goes into teaching right. I mean and it's it's someone you know it's like I'm I'm you know some people I'm GonNa make a difference. I'm going to change the world and see you know some people just You know they love their passionate about the subject that they teach right But there's this creativity kinda you know h Even your math teachers your hard science teachers you know. There's there's more of a creative edge to it but then you start talking about the product And then you know just data data data data and it's like In the testing testing test this mindless mindless Manusha. That they have US involved there. And so I'm I'm generating this data and doing doing this and I don't have time to work with the Kids Right. It pulls me away from working with the kids. It's it's it's pretty crazy. The education is Is a little Kooky. Yeah I feel like a decent metaphor think I if kids are. Maybe I've mentioned this. Before are the computers and the education information is the software that were inputting into these computers. That are going to Prepare them once they get out to be successful. Whatever that means I feel like it should be overly important to a one. St With that goal is what are we trying to You know get them ready for. Yeah do we have a clear mission statement? I mean we we talk about these kids creating goals for now second grade on or whatever but does the education educational system have a goal for them and then are they putting I mean i. I don't know anything that is going to change society more than the education system. I mean these kids are spending probably twelve. The most influential years of their life for eighty nine percent of their waking hours during those times being spoon fed this information. So it seems re- Dickie Lewis. You're not giving that software or that information our those standards the highest priority. As far as what is most imporant how to best teach that and then how I mean the people who are actually inputting that information. Why would yeah to pay them or treat them as like? The job isn't as important what it actually is. It's frustrating yeah they It's it's there's talk of career paths and going to kids as young as third grade right third grade and saying what career path you want to be on. And they're trying to guide kids into career pads. I graduate may not be there when they graduate. Yeah it's like and then the kids are kind of locked in it. It's it's just it's Bizarro to me. Although they could sit fluid they can change any time. And I'm like yeah. It's it's it's the rigidity in in the school system And when they talk about this oh no it's fluid. I think they're kidding themselves. announced good. Yeah Oh yeah they can change their but they go in there having these conversations with kids about career paths Kooky and because when I graduated high school I didn't know what I wanted to do and I was kind of student that if I didn't have a purpose of probably wasn't going to do well so I didn't go to college. You know right. The first year out of high school I was. I was working at Domino's pizza. The whole thing blew up and my brother was managing a store so I started working there too but I feel if you don't know what you WANNA do. I think personally I feel. That's the best course of action. Take some liberal arts classes. You mean or work. Yeah or take that work while you're taking a year off or what now. Yeah Yeah because I feel like if you go to school and not knowing what you WanNa do it's almost gonNa push you further away right. Yeah so yeah so. I started doing that. Got In the management stuff at the pizza place. I was like all right. Well this is kind of cool. You know running the business and in doing this kind of NEAT I'll go. I'll I need to go back to school. And maybe get a business or management degree and I started taking these management classes and all the stuff that I experienced like in the last year and a half managing managing a pizza place in the conversations. We're having in these classes. I'm like that's not a real life. That's how it works at all. And I got a little disillusioned in that. And then you know I I like. I like communicating in in stories. So the drifted towards. You know being an English teacher. So that that's how I shifted from business over to the the English you know so but it was having that experience. I made me think okay. This is why I want to do. And then when I got there like so many people in their first year at college go wow. This isn't for me either and then changed my my mind. I can't freaks me out that they're telling third graders to pick a career path and I'd like twenty before I even had an halfway figured out. Yeah and I still fifty whatever now and I still don't have. I'm a SORTA kind of a little closer by Matt much. Yeah but and I think that's That's huge and we were talking about hiring people and I think I mentioned this on another episode is way more important than having the right degree to me for someone. That I'm GonNa work with is is Steph. That's completely irrelevant to that. It's hard working. It's communicating it's positive. It's being curious being willing to learn. There's probably a couple others in there but but those are the things that yeah I get it. You can't necessarily test. You can't put those things on state tests but if that's the most important thing that's the thing we want to see you know people coming out of high school or college with those characteristics. Instilling those into third graders. Yeah what not to do that. The best skill that you mentioned there. was being curious and at kids. They I call a baby birds. Yeah they want they want me to chew it up and and and spitted for him and I it's Insane. It's like oh it was flooding in You know where's The you know the directions for this. I go around the sheet that I gave you lost that I come well. It's on Blackboard. Which is online because well. Can't you? Just tell me I go? Why did it's on blackboard blackboard? You know that you could just tell me it'd be easier. Go yes you have. You would have learnt nothing so but it's a baby bird is just just this passive thing. They're not problem solvers. They're not if something's not working. They just give up right. They just sit passively and wait for an outside force to fix it for them. Go do be fixed. You know fail. You know what's could happen. Yeah you know I it. You GotTa always you know it. Just those are the kids you know that I love you know because they say all kids. Are you know that Baby Birds Syndrome? But there's a lot and there's a lot more And there's some go getters out there. Yeah but it's it's it's just being willing so if you can instill that genevieve to be. You know be inquisitive. Be Curious Yeah. If something's not working why right and then how do I how? What are my options? What can I do next instead of just sitting waiting for someone else to fix the problem for you? You'RE NOT GONNA GET ANYWHERE. That's if if you're waiting for someone else to do it for us at that. Young Age. That's so natural for so many kids. Yeah and and and feels disgusting. That maybe the reason. They're not like that when they're all because it's like beaten out of them to some degree. I mean the five year olds. Why why why why they want to know and you explain why and then you start wondering do. Do I really know how this works? Or you're telling me I don't know it's a great question you know we can look it up or did it. But the whole thing Because I said so or any of that stuff that cut cuts off their their thought process or just feels like a killer but yeah I mean just if we could and I think teachers want to do this but give them the the space and the freedom to encourage and develop that and And maybe that means not Keeping them so to such strict timelines and testing schedules and data and maybe kids are just waiting for things to be done for them. Because that's how things have been done. Yeah and that they've been given the answers you begin to answers. And they're just responsible for regurgitating. Yeah but romy teen hundred But yeah no I think that's That's super important. Just those problem solving that curiosity. The problem solving. Yeah just hang on to that and do it. You'll you'll go places right. Yeah how do you make that happen on a large scale? We got about ten minutes left. We can just sit kinda. Get the bucket so the relationship ones. I think we talked about how important that was Communication I don't WanNa say more so in what you've done. Obviously it's a big part of podcasting and digging and teaching But in any job. And we've touched on this not only how you talk to yourself but how you talk to people at home. You know whether that's a parent's kids significant other But at work I think the relationships you have there are gonna be are GonNa dictate how happy you are at work. Maybe more so than the work. You're doing you know having a good rapport with people working for you or your superiors or co workers Yeah I mean if if you're producing great work but you don't like anyone around you. I mean what what kind of quality of life. And you're not picking these people most of the time so being able to kind of find common ground with just about anybody with strangers Teams kind of imperative. I'm you're spending thirty plus years ninety percent of your waking hours these strangers. I mean it's Kinda depressing if you're able to make it where those are enjoyable relationships that that that turned into another thing I think. Yeah so there's that is interesting thing about me politically yeah. Most teachers swing a bit more democratic. So yeah I don't fully swing that way generally speaking and it's like you know I come at it from a different angle and You know it's it's I totally on like a local on a state level. You know for sure. Because that's that's where I think those sort of social services should take place all right You know and that's where the government should be involved locally I don't I don't see that as a national federal yeah stance to to take and you know you know. No child left behind his. You know train wreck is just to that federally mandated trainer Federally unmandated I mean a federally unfunded mandate Trainer so you know but So it's interesting to work with people that that you don't entirely you know philosophically agree with but I can work with people and some of my best friends You know are the people I work with some amazing astounding. Wonderful People That that You know I get. I get to work with And then there's a couple of Kooks but you know I really enjoyed that about teaching. I felt like everyone was there for the right reasons. And if they weren't they didn't last long and Yeah I mean it's definitely something you can feel good about you know after putting in a day's work and I think you really feel like you make a difference Some days that's harder to see I think But yeah just being that positive influences so it's good practice to get along with people that I don't always agree with you know and I can. I can appreciate them as colleagues. Pat as educators I don't have to agree with their politics and we can. We can still work well together. Still be friends are the you may disagree on and on twenty thing but there's probably another eighty things that you're both passionate about in the same direction right I think it's funny. How we choose to harp on the things that we don't agree on when it seems like goes so much farther and faster. You know we put all of our momentum on the things that we are on the same page about Which a lot of time I might be more important things But yeah and then when you do disagree being able to have civil conversation without arguing but actually discuss things and you talking about politics today. That's another So we touch on education a bunch that was that was really good and and I really liked that. We touched on College because that's that's a huge You know jumping off point so deciding whether one you're going to do how you're gonNA approach you what you're trying to get out of it I think is super important And maybe waiting to you know exactly what you want to get out of it Because in the end it is knowledge it is education That whole goodwill hunting quote. You know Things that guy from Harvard you spent two hundred grand on education. You could have got for a dollar fifty and late fees at your local library. I mean the education is is available especially in this day in all my goodness. I mean So I it's not about Accessing the education necessarily But maybe more so finding What you WanNa do and what you can actually use To make a living Because me personally. What I'm interested in isn't necessarily what people are paying you to be interested in type of thing. I mean I I wouldn't go to classes but then I go to the local library books about chess and other stuff that I would be interested. It's amazing they have Had just online you can do the these mooks right. The massive online open class Yeah and you can take a class at Harvard. You can take a class. You know In kinda just audit and and sit in on these classes via these these mooks these massive massive online m o o c whatever that first time is massive online something online classes but his opportunity to do that. And Yeah so the world is open to to do whatever you on just between like you jump on Youtube and you got a million Ted talks. Oh how many educational podcasts are out there earlier. It's it's just yours for the taking. You can't possibly choose at all no so But having those options and Yeah so And of course that leads to work but I guess in closing genevieve and I appreciate Jamie for helping. Clarify this Yeah in before college. You know having these conversations I mean so far. She's wanted to be a cashier a ballet dance instructor a teacher. And which will probably change one hundred more times but just having those conversations and And Yeah just discussing the pros and cons and that education or learning curiosity. It's not a school thing. It's kind of a live thing and it's going to enrich your life regardless and Yeah just being flexible in and going from there yeah any closing thoughts job shadow rate experience. Get out yeah get experience And see see what's wrong with the real world like job shadowing. Is I think not necessarily an internship but just shadow somebody You know if she still wants to you know when she's fourteen fifteen still thinking about maybe ever job shadow a dance instructor. Yeah I think. Job Shadow just a day or two. It's incredible that builds your network of friends and people you know I'd love to see that in school is actually people from the community. Come and talk about their jobs. I mean how many jobs are out there that you don't even exist. Oh Yeah my job. Before I had the industry existed. I think a lot of people fall into that. You know so. Yeah Keep Your Eyes Open and Kind of know what you want your education to get you and hopefully it will love Ya. Genevieve and That's it.
How to Find the Perfect Suitcase
"Four. Welcome and happy Friday. This travelogue the podcast of communist traveler, and I'm here in the podcast studios with while they are glue, Carina, Quinn and Sebastian Motech whose name misspelled in my show notes, Sebastian pain. That's when you do your medal, your sort of dark metal band stain with the capital. Pentagram all those people in case you didn't know are excellent at spelling as I am not, and they're all editors four Conde nast traveler. My name is Brad Rickman, and we're gonna talk today about what makes a great piece of luggage. So Lalla gets plaudits and many glass clinks like whatever those things are called. Yes, thank you. Sound effects solar wanted to for shepherding are and largely just producing our global complete guide to packing which is live on the side of this week. So you spent a lot of time in luggage, physically. Into this. Inside. Poss TSA. In the back and killing eve on everyone's minds, because do you remember this? Have you watched it yet? Won't spoil it for luggage has a role. Sounds very sinister anyway. So what does make a great piece of luggage? What do we look for in a really good, let's say, carry on bag. Let's start with that. I think it depends travel you all everyone's looking for something different. Like some people think that having about tree Bill into cases, the most important thing you can have now and other people just want something that works. I mean, I think there's many different comes, but I'm gonna go even more basic than that, like four your clothes for your basic packing stuff. Like with the battery, we can talk about the batteries, but what are you look for and wet bags have made you the happiest? I think bags designed to make you a better Paca. Okay. That have like whether it's, you know, some sort of internal divider or one of those. Are they all that like Nettie mentioning anything that helps you organize yourself? Because I'm not an organized passan and in very much. Bike, sit on my suitcase and hype. It will just somehow magically crimson. Have you used any of those things? Like what have you seen in that category that does really good job for you? Just discovered packing cubes, didn't know if anyone's try to pack a game changer. For short haul trips. I think when you have smaller luggage that you're carrying through, does it mean that you can take less stuff at the end of the day? That's what I always worry about what the packing cubes. Now I find the opposite with you take more stuff. Yes, because it compacts it and organizes it, which I think it like going to law as point is that if you have a disorganized situation within your suitcase, you can't find things you don't know what you have. So it tends to kind of be in disarray. But once you organize all of it and section, Dow you, you kind of know exactly what you've got what goes where. And I found that I can actually fit in more than you have like packing cubes that are specifically designed for a certain bag. Right? So like the pack queues fill the entire surface area of that bag. So you're not wasting any space, but everything is super organized and it's also great for packing because a lot of times they're, you know, you can have pack and devoted to different things labelled as such. So then you know you're not forgetting anything because you're like, oh, this says underwear on it. And swirling underwear goes, or this says, charging cables. They're only charge. Cables, go know you don't forget and then check was at the same time. Yeah. When it's time to leave, you can repack to like go home very quickly to. I'm also one of those people who frequently unpack on vacation like I will just pull things out of my suitcase in becomes more and more of the slight unruly mound. Whereas packing keeps kind of like, saves you from yourself because the everything's divided up. You can find things so easily that also really good if you're doing like a multi city trip and you have to have like different types of clothing for like different destinations, different weather, and you can. She just organize it in times of all right, and this cube, this is like that weekend in this place and so on. I was likely if you need to grab something quickly, you can find it very fast with the cubes. Yeah. So cubes are the star. Good foundation will who does cubes. Well, peak. You're just talking about this backpack, but it actually really, it's brand new. I think you can only pre-order it right now. It was crowd funded, but they did an amazing job with packing. They made this backpack super versatile, you know, has like multiples zipper so that you can access it from the back. But also like you can sling the backpack down to its side and exit from the side. So pick design. The company does a lot with photography accessories. The backpack was I think, conceive with photographers in mind, but not just limited to that, but that means that, you know, besides all the other bells and whistles, there's this system of packing cubes and packing pouches that are the cubes themselves are designed for specific purposes. So you can get the camera cube, which is perfect for fitting a camera in your lenses or the other tech accessory cube. So it's perfect for fitting different taxis. And like I said earlier, you know, it's an example of where the keeps fit perfectly into the dimensions of your backpack. So it's just like a way to organize if your as your carry on, especially if you're involved in photography or. Something else kind of tech focused. So peak packing keeps coming with the actual luggage itself, and so built to fit into it and base in it. And it's, it's, it's it's modular so you don't have to get all the packing caves if you don't want. If you're not a photographer, you're not gonna want the camera packing cube, right? If you rely on your phone for photography. But I think it's like when you order it, you can kind of mix and match, however fits what you like to do with your backpack. So how big is the backpack? So it's not thing. It's forty five leaders. So it's a big backpack forty, five liters, but it's collapsible as well. So it goes down it loses like ten liters so it can be your day pack as well. So you extensively like go somewhere with it with all your shit and your backpack unpacking the hotel room and then zip it down to a smaller size as your day pack when you're out walking around the city, would you use something like that as your like your main carry on, or would you use it as as the sort of secondary bag that you have with you? I could see myself if I was going somewhere for five days. For example, this is the kind of backpack that's all. You need because everything would be in there. My laptop close for five days, my camera and everything else. But then I think if it's a longer trip like this plus a carry on roller, and you're good to go and you don't have to check anything in your set. Does it fit under his seat? Get it does. Okay. So you could have carry on up above else. Like if you were walking through the gate with the backpack, like it just doesn't ring the same alarm bells to the gate agents that any bag on wheels does because I've like been forced to check my carry on before and seen like people with massive back, just dislike glide poss-. 'cause it's not a suitcase currently traveled with this eagle creek backpack, which is about this big, maybe even bigger and it's waterproof, which is another great thing to have in luggage in my opinion, but it's huge. Like if I put it next to my roller suitcase, like it's pretty much the same size, but because it's on my back, just doesn't ring any bells when I walk right through with my pulling my bag and I have the backpack. Some bro that like breezes through. Even more than the backpacks because you see people with these giant sort of sporty devils and full of stuff, and they're enormous, and they're taking two slots in the carry on the people that put the wrong way. And then they're like it's full. I've done hate that. We don't like those people. Do you look for in carry on itself like the shell outside? What kinds of things are you looking for when you go to buy one of those? I like hardshell, but maybe something that had a really great suitcase that she was like, no. Cool. And anyway, but it just had this little kind of extra zip it that you could detach or expand expand, and then you like inevitably on the way back, you just have more stuff. You could always it was a miracle worker. Anything goes are amazing, amazing. Anything that gives you more space on Overton trip. This brand power vol that we've written about a lot. We just interviewed co-founder, injured, Rockefeller, and they have this thing called stowaway, and it's a collapsible bag that's like made out with is very lightweight material that you can collapse be completely flat. So you just put it at the bottom. If you'll see case when you go away seeing that, and then on the way back when you've like a bunch of stuff. Clothes, souvenirs food, whatever you can open up the stowaway, keep it as you'll carry on check. They'll the bag and you'll like saved, but it takes up no room. It's a miracle Waqa my weekend or that I use is like large format Longchamp, but it's nylon and waterproof. It doesn't it like I've had it for ten years shows nowhere and tear it has zipper in the bottom so you can expand it if you acquire more things on your trip. But if it's empty, it folds up to a pouch, like not any bigger than this little notebook that I'm holding here. So I can pack into anything last minute. If I think another bag coming back or just when I'm home, I can stowed away without worrying about space that is it carry on even when expanded. Yes, it is. But to the duffel example, it's like an annoying carry on if I'm going for like weekend trips or workshops or whatever. I have a hard clam shell. You mentioned parallel what other companies are doing interesting work right now, in your opinion? I mean, I think we have this conversation was about way which I think people very lighting done, but. But they're divided the set the stage for away for for the two people. Podcast ads. I don't know what a way. What's the way say it was founded by these two women, Jen review, and Stephanie Corey. I think it was three years ago now, and they went one of the fuss about tree in this in a suitcase, but they were like among them and they've kind of like anyone that has sought on the subway and seeing as cast the mattresses. It's a very similar kind of identities. And so they started off just with a very small collection of carry on's the big carry on and checked by all. How show all the same design have this ah features the, you know, thinking about how to accommodate peoples, like packing needs, lack of packing schools. What do you think was because I always wondered this, I think a is fine, but what was the leap that they made other than the battery? I actually think it was like they took design features that light brands light Ramona had been doing for a very long time at very high prices and they just did them at a more photo price. Yeah, they made it at a really acceptable price point yet. It's like enough that you feel that you'll definitely making an investment in your spending quite low of money, but not so much that you think is unreasonable. You'll like two hundred fifty dollars for a carry on that supposed to loss me. The however many years, maybe this isn't most insane thing, and then you see everyone in the app one with one and you get tricked into buying it. Do you have one? I do have one and you use it? Is it all the time, but I will say that I actually never used about tree. I have one of the. So on an aside back earlier, this yet line regulations introduced saying that you could not bring a lithium battery inside a suitcase on both plane to be removed and carried separately. It was kind of, I think the fair was it was going to be the same that those Samsung phones did when they like spontaneously combusted. And so I have one of fuss designs. They had where you can't pull the battery out easily like you can't do now and so like you. I had to remove it with a screwdriver from light the interior of my suitcase. So now I just like never used the battery, but. Signed very well. They figured it out about may have a better design now, but it made me realize like pass any like, gosh, she knows something, but I haven't you decide when you use it before you took it out, forgot to charge it. Forget to charge the case. And so then I couldn't trust my phone. So it was just like completely like. Yeah, and it's worth pointing out that like away being one of kind of the first to do this quote, unquote, smart luggage thing, which we can get into the other two are bankrupt and out of business. Now who did just batteries who started were like one of the first smart which had to file for insolvency and sold all its assets to travel pro and Raydon was the other one which also went under shortly after their other brands. No, but I, I. Lasted and why? Okay. Guys. That's my brand. All right. So take a minute because we do need to talk about smart luggage, I think, is talking about sort of what's changed. I think we can go back to parallel to because they're parallel is interesting for more than just their their keeps or whatever, but Arlo sky. Why do you like the guy? All right for me with packing its form and function because I feel like when you're traveling, you just kinda wanna feel like I travel a lot for work. I want to feel sort of buttoned up or at least like I'm representing well enough, but also I want to be an organized efficient Packer, like you were saying, and Arlo sky was started with alums from to me another favourite brand mine for luggage and Louis Vitton. And what am I one of the complaints I have about away, which is exactly why the models successful is that they took very smart, very savvy design features. And then I think sort of brought them down several, not just to make it more affordable. So I found it kind of derivative. Like what I like about Arlo sky is you pay more money, but like nothing is going to last me forever the same. I. A to me from two thousand and two that still has as in good condition as ever. But Arlo sky has a couple of features that I like a lot. All of the materials like from the exterior hard shell like just can withstand any sort of beating. It's aluminum, aluminum by carbon. Is poorly covenant of, I think. Yeah, it it's lightweight. The interiors are anti microbial which I have no idea what that means that I will tell you my brother who was on the road, it might brothers on the road all the time for work, and he was like, amazing. Whatever. I mean, it's. One of my favorite features actually there to futures. The wheels are very special patented kind of designed from Japan that just like handles bumps and moving through the airport seamlessly. I can get around anyone like different configurations with the wheels, which I like. But the biggest thing is that they did some testing when they created this design and they learned that most damage comes on luggage at the super like where the wear and tear in the breakage happens. So it doesn't have his upper. It has a approved lock and code, and that is huge for me. Zip is only a way back broke. Less for that and people love it. I would rather pay more and know that like I got all the features I needed at the level I need so that it lasts me longer in five years. I was having to leave the apple when it as well, and there's Twose's, but I was like, it's too late to unpack everything and repack I have to go because I was going to miss my flight. And so then I had to do with one zipper, and that was like a whole day. Good too lazy to get fixed. Right. You're just going to buy another. Yeah, which is, I think the idea with a lot of those like because. Imputes. The best store and they will make those repes- view. Right. And when anyone that has one of the again, I'm incredibly lazy person. That's never gonna trundle my carry on into SoHo on a Saturday to get this done. But if you go into this store and you have one of the old battery packs, they will like fix you'll case to have it like way in which you can remove it. Yeah, it's worth noting like once you get to a certain level of of luggage creators to me remote any of them and away all have really good warranty or repair program. So even if you're past the warranty, often there, something you can do. You can get it fixed or refurbished vary for at low cost, and they'll do it happily just wanna take a moment to point out that these two suitcases you'll get away and many others, and you look at the sky, they're very similar in many respects, both those fold in the middle kinds of things as opposed to zippers that are off center, whatever. And I think I point that out only because I think it creates an. Additional problem with the away, suitcase, having zipper and the Arlo sky, not having this is kind of better because the zipper feels like this flimsy point, especially if you've got a lot of stuff packed in either side. You've got these two halves that feel heavy and you bring them together and it's like this thing that feels kind of flimsy holding them together. Whereas the sky has those clamps that just sort of banging it can be a little harder to close them. If you're like, over-packed, you know, if you've ever packed compromising this is back to your point at the very beginning Lal as like when I like about both of these cases is they force you to edit because there's the heart, I guess this true of hard shells generally, but like you can't. There's only so much stuff you can get in that Arlo sky and it's going to police that pretty, you know, aggressively for you. But if you play around because I'm lame, you can fit more than you think it's all about with going back to packing cubes and other things you have to be really everything has a place. And if you once you figure out what the puzzle pieces are and how they fit. I definitely need to go on record. Seconding your thing about the wheels. There is something about those we that is just magical. And I, if nothing else, but the wheels, I'm just like. The in the buckle buckles or the class or whatever they are, but the are better. It, it pops right out. I know. But the port takes like enough space for you could have fit like two extra pairs of socks in there. It does. It does need to extra this talking about forcing stuff into a bag. Fact, will you in China and like shit. I don't have to extra. Hundred percent. I borrowed, what would I bought a beautiful bag? And I looked great using it, but the thing that we haven't talked about but this design, right, and that is so beautiful designed bag. What do you think about the away design? What do you guys think about that? I mean, I think that super clever in the way they roll out these limited edition colors, TV, celebrity cop, rations designs, incredibly simple. And so I think when people like full for a new one, it's because it's like this shape, particular share of blue. They really one or like the rose gold or dumdum, and you want the millennial. Minion, yellow. My nephews are all over it. So you like. With a minion. Yeah, I would not be surprised. The shoes go with it. The very, sometimes the collaborations stretches though, right? It's like the Star Wars collaboration has just like, great. It's just a gray suitcase. It has a picture on it or has like. Abstract interpretation of the death star's away. Suitcases look like something that came off the death star anyway, just in terms of the shape and the way the little blinds happened on an industrial. Yeah. Star, and there's a million ways. In an airport, which is the point. Interest would you buy your kid kids away by. Like a minion yet something you'd out she spent money on? Yeah, about yourself minions. I mean, not yet. He's not at the point where he needs something of his own. Like he sort of us are sort of secondary bags like boulder bags, and he doesn't pack himself in the only thing he passes a backpack. I think by the time you get old enough to have your back. You too. All to have the. I don't. But I also think they're so close. I'm sure to another rollout partnership that will speak to that age group too, and we'll nail it. Yeah, they do that smartly. Well, then I think what star collaboration? Yes. I think what they've done really well is the, you know, you kind of lamenting that they took all those great design features that you could get more expensive bags and like like kind of cheap fight them, but that's like a type of travel that exists now that can afford to travel more than ever but still full those remote Louisville and bags and Sunday. She have like self include. Hit my price. Table publishing everybody, not find it. I put off scout Instagram just about like what sort of luggage people used them, whether they liked it, and I go to lot of DM's from people from, you know, follow his and rita's saying that they had an away bag or by akin to that, and it was like Beth nice piece of luggage that had and these people who were like the tea like, that's cool. Like like going awfulness trip off the high school, something they've been traveling for years, but this is the first time when they haven't been using like a piece of luggage kind of embarrassed of, right. I think that's really important, and I think that doesn't under appreciated thing that away did and Arlo sky kind of piggybacked on at a slightly higher price point. Right is you had a lot of people for whom luggage was just a thing you had to have and suddenly away gave them the opportunity to think about it. It's almost like entry level luxury cars, right? Suddenly you can actually think about this piece of luggage as a thing. And as thing that's doing things for you, and that represents you in a certain kind of way and think about packing in a little bit more than a pragmatic, just get shit into the bag kind of way and away opened the door for that by giving them that price point that was expensive but accessible. Like if you really were willing to prioritize it and then making it tasty by putting I dunno minions on another brand that law. That's what makes something put millions on it. Come on. Ten year old children. But yeah, this Brown launched earlier this year could roam which again was to me exacts behind. It looks really cool. I was really into that until I was like, I should get one. Try. Look tonight looked at the price rate. Okay. Ex experience. When when I was talking to the, I think the impression ideal is that relying on the people that you know the millennials will. You go, hook, don't away and then they're like, oh, not grade. And that's when they'll like invest in something that's like. Super customizable, do every down to the color of your wheels, like every color imaginable. But is it just about color, like how it looks or is it customizable in terms of features and that like you may not care about a battery or. I might been up at apparently wheels or big deal to me like how they have about treat, and I think that was a cause they were launching right when. Yeah. Changed and they were like, we're just not going to play with files because it's do pit to begin with one. Can I talk about this chopping. Just can't hold you back anymore. Yeah, I just think smart luggage was like, quote, unquote smart. The way it was marketed as a piece of luggage with a battery in it. Yes, about smart luggage is more than just about it. The better. Win the term smart legs first appeared. It was smartly bluetooth, but that wasn't even part of it. At the beginning, I feel like it was as long as it had a battery in it. You could call it smart luggage in your ad. A away was guilty of this too. At the beginning to they like smart bags, whatever. Then they've, they've chilled out on that since because I think they've realized that stupid, especially in light of the new regulations about bringing that thing on the plane. Yeah. So there's like smart luggage, in terms of it was marketed in a clever way versus like what to you qualify as a smart. I'll get to that. And actually I don't think it really has anything to do with technology because I don't like the airline is tracking your bag and you're not gonna get her every time. It goes through a checkpoint some point, this guy, and you're telling you about it, though. You can ask you go to the counter, you say where they will tell you into that county. Any counter China. What I'm saying is like. So this is like three years ago, four years ago. So I right around the time that away kind of started to, I don't know when away started, but but I went into the MoMA store in so hope like Chris love that store. And there was a bag there that had like WI fi, you know, it would create a wifi hotspot and had the battery in it. I don't remember the brand. Your phone creates hotspots? Yes, I know. But my point is just that that was the sort of smart luggage paradigm. I know awake created a sort of mass market for it or tapped into a mass market for, but there were these pioneers who were pudding every fucking like quote, unquote, digital thing, they could think of into the bag. And I think that the the category of smart luggage is broader than just the batteries that you're talking to agree. Agree. I think it's all pretty stupid. With you about that? I was starting with the battery to say to make a point. It was very stupid to like market your new product as being revolutionary because it has a battery in at the size of like a fucking hard drive when you could buy one the size of like a business card for twenty dollars that fits into your wallet. And like the thing was this bag comes with the battery. Wow, you put a power Bank inside something. You can go buy power Bank at CVS, you know? Okay. Like keep devils. So like you're a nerd, right? You know that you can go do that. You know wherever, and you have all kinds of, you know, knowledge about this thing and I do because I'm a nerd too, but regular people don't you feel like at some level, this was like, oh, that's really cool. I would never ever go on Amazon and search for portable battery. USB battery will also like you guys know me is like one of the most organized uptight people in the office. Thanks read, I forget my charter everywhere I go. That's like one of my achilles power Bank. Forget it too. Josh, the back. All of these things could help me and I would buy into that. Anger comes from the fact that they took this thing that's like, can we call it rage, they literally, and they made that the selling point for this new kind of revolution in suitcases to parallel the roller board or the, you know, moving from trunk to wheels. And now it's biting back, right? Because regulations because these things are exploding because it's lithium ion, it's like it's like it's like the mini disc of of innovation. People got. Stoked, and then they're like, hey, wait, it's just a fucking CD slower. In a case. Yeah. And that died really quick to defend. Because at least you can take the battery out and actually use it to charge your phone because it's just a regular bad. It's a really like ugly cumbersome battery sky sexually. Yeah, I left mine in a in the seat back pocket at one point in loss to now. But you can replace it, you know, to his on his time. So to his point fair or if I go onto Amazon and by an anchor battery of like the same or greater capacity, I can get it for twenty five dollars. The guy when costs seventy five dollars replaces ridiculous. Ten thousand Milly amp, which I know you don't care. So. The luggage with its customized own Sam smart. That is smart to me what is their replacement, but is smart. I don't know what happens if you lose the using the cubes, like I don't know, but I'm saying to me, it's smart like things like that is smart like Rome coming up with the thing where you could really customize every part of your luggage to really make it your own. So you're not another away suitcase at the airport. That's smart to me as a business move something that has packing cubes that fit perfectly into your bag so that you can really organize your shit. That's smart. People are talking about robotic luggage that follows you St.. Smart. Anything to do. Really does not make it like necessarily smart and that. Yeah, I'm someone who writes about technology. Yes, yes. I know. So we should believe you. Of riches situation going on. I feel like Lawley is about to speak to now. I hate technology. A mini disco. I don't know. One of the only joys of flying now is the fact that like no one can reach me and even that's gang hotter. You can like have WI fi. I want my phone charged one on traveling. This won't people to. He's fired, just want some peace and quiet and to be excited about my holiday and not have to tax anyone if my phone dies. So be it. Is there anything better than when you promise everyone? I'm on a flight that whole flight I will. I will log in and I will get back to all of this then. And then you get in the wife is down near like son of a b. sing canvas. Although I was on. Flight recently. They taken the in-flight entertainment screens out of those seat box. And instead now you have to log in on the app and watch it on your phone or ipod, but the wifi wifi wasn't working. So then you could look into watch the stuff. So it was just like grave seats topic. When you're in an airport international airport, and you try to go to the wifi and it sends you a confirmation code to your Email. You're like, wait, are you kidding joke off smart luggage thing that I do think we are supporting Sabah's point about technology doesn't equal smart. I'm like, I'm done with technology. Oh, travel with a power Bank, obviously accepted in Egypt 'cause they take it away from you and China, if they'll take it away for good tip pro tip, if it doesn't have as certain, if it doesn't have the power that it had like labeled the power that it has on it actually. The battery. Over a certain threshold. You can't bring it under over a certain threshold. You terrible. Oh. I turned away at the door. I had one that like didn't have on it. So I wasn't able to tell them out and they took it away point. Is that like all the energy that they've put into doing this thing could go into real suitcase innovation, which I think is like lagged considerably considering like we haven't really done much to the suitcase for the past winning. I don't know like things like the stuff that's the innovations that are going on around organization now is really cool innovations that are going on around design making the wheels that you guys are talking about and how good they are. You know, that sounds like a good idea. It took them like I have. I have the numbers here consults the internet Solta piece that I wrote. Work, get self-referential. It took a hundred years to go from steamer trunk to roller board suitcase. When the first roller board came out. The it, like we figured out how to land on the moon in short amount of time wheels on a c. case. And then another seventeen for sales IPE for they got deep for Samsonite come out another seventeen after that seventeen years percents to be like, oh shit. What if we put two more wheels on that and invent the spinner, which is the standard now I did see that there are a lot of models that are two wheelers for carry on's and I don't understand what the advantage of that is. Oh, there's not too. I just don't feel it cheaper, just cheaper, less stuff to break, I guess, but just make good wheels. They do break a lot, I guess, is a thing the mind haven't, but I hear this. Now's, we have our list guy. Yeah, we have the good ones. This idea of having organization within the suitcase doesn't have to be complicated. Right. I feel like total both away and Arlo sky not to keep sticking with these, but they're, they're sort of the same model. They help you do this in a really basic way just by having those containers that are mostly give you. Another example of is a place that we haven't really written about because it's not. I don't think it's as quite as fashionable, but as a company called genius pack, which I, I have to suitcases from them. Not approve. Sounds cool. It's his pack. Hard case back, no fucking battery to be seen within miles of it, and but it does have you know it has the the back laundry compartment just to throw your duty shits. You don't have to carry with you. It has an entire section of labeled compartments as well. They're not cubes part of the bag, but there's label compartments. You don't have to use them for the express purpose that they're telling you to use them, but it's labeled, you know, socks, whatever electron IX, and you can really just throw your stuff in there. It's got a checklist on the side of the bag, built into the fabric of like things you might be bringing with you. So you can look at it right before you leave. Just like quickly glance and be like, oh, shit chargers. Forgot that little things like that. That's great. I have a question he he's you, did you'll big trip to Greenland and you've got to have a very specific packing list. What luggage did you bring with the? I brought this genius pack check in bag. Because I was gone for two weeks and a moisture monitoring waterproof, keep it g. The journey was like Minniti monitoring, waterproof backpack for camera gear and electron IX. You wait about fungus on the lens, we're. Yeah, exactly. And just general moisture. I'm going to be in the water and walking on ice and shit. You know, you could use that peak. I could have, if yeah. I would've been perfect anyway. Sorry, I didn't have to do with my genius pack rent. This'll go. All of us going to say is just even a simple thing as those full form flat pockets that sit on top of each side of the bag in those kind of like clam shell type bags will force you to organize what you're doing. And I say this, I had never thought about this that much, but I took a recent trip I went to London with it was work trip with a couple of other people. And at some point I had to like, I don't know. I open the bag for some reason. And one of my colleagues was like, oh, you're such an organized. Packer was like, no, no one ever ever use the word organize in conjunction with me in any way, shape or form. And I realize it was just because the bag had made me be that way because it sort of forces you into that space and then forces you to press down on that space and everything kind of an and that was without cubes keeps would make that even more taken that mesh away for that particular model. We have. So I have turned to the cubes and I find that even better. I'm not happy with the the mesh away fairly adopter. What do people do about shoes? Do you like. Shoes shoes shoes was I love the idea of these bags for your shoes to pack in, but it's not at all. Feasible leave have to spread them out around the corners. How do you handle that? Well, I I have depending on the luggage. I'm using like if I have a bad like a duffle style or rekindle bag, right? Like they can just like create the bottom layer and then you build over at or enroll but irregular. But so. Yeah. Try and create a rectangle as best you can. They go in a bag and then it goes into this duffel or movable mesh bag. Right. That's like your weekend. All right. And then you get into your hard clam shell and that's when they have to go around, like heels to corner. Oh, and then in this center where you have space, and then if you get into checked baggage, do you put the shoes to save space there? I don't. Unlike said, I'm not really a fan. Also only ever really bring like the pair of shoes that I'm wearing when I leave. What do you do it on the to sit next to each other? All got pack. Back in one pair of but ten years, and I've never been excused cues being fashionable. Go to quote about luggage passion if you wanna hear. Yes, the. Source from marks. I, I'm actually curious what you guys will say to this, the founder of Raden like company that was kind of competing with a way and then went under recently fest to put. Yes, they were before, yeah way. Did something right that right into, but pretty callers. Pink. The the owner basically said that he thought his model was doomed from the start regardless of the battery thing because he said quote, it's not going to work to treat suitcases like a fashion item, millennials in New York and San Francisco don't have space for a bunch of suitcases that match their outfit right. Brings us Tara go. They want the one and that's where away figured that out as they brought it to them. What about parallel now? Genius. Genius fact handle the black and gray. Have wings. Focuses on a competing different set of goals. I think that much more about, I think they think a lot more about the visual and that's not to say that like away all their skied good because I think they do really good, but it's really fun. It's really fun brand and the colors, gray, and it's this site sort of retro slightly light was and deceit type style to it, which is super fun. Am I going to take a powerful bag for like two weeks in the Arctic like no, like what? I take it to Europe for a long weekend, like a hundred percent. They have like duffel. Again, they they have like a suitcase on wheels. It's it's very carry-on focused and a lot of more we can short trips, no batteries, not just like beautifully made backs that are visually visually look great, yeah. Said in your in your view or in the intro to your interview. With Indra. You said they brought the romance back? Yeah, they have good way to put it. That's that kind of that was really nice. Keep Brad, maybe think about writing. Maybe? No, but they do have a style, they prioritize style. Do you feel like they do that because you've actually used them? I haven't used them. I think they look great and love to have one. I think the weekend is really great. You know, they sort of have that that style, but do you feel like they do that at the sacrifice of things that actually matter like practicality or have they managed to balance those? I think what they've they've been quite good is coming up with lots of packing tricks and sneaky. Little features allow you to fit more in. So they have like packing in like all these like pope in colors that are just like super fun and like look, really great slotted into your larger bag. They have a lot of things that are like collapsible or expandable bags within bags of cross bodies. When you're going through the app, what creator and bradtha feverishly look. Remember I remember this from editing a piece from the pack guide, but that like some of them are like waterproofing shit too. That's hugely practical. That for me is like the number one thing. I think every bag should be waterproof. Microbe e and no brainer. You're like. Suitcases aren't because sometimes like the, you know, the outer shell will be pretty waterproof, but as soon as the water hits that zipper area everything in your bags wet when it comes and if you're checking in a bag and it sitting on some tarmac somewhere in a storm because of a delay you get to your destination, you open your bag. Everything's fucking soaked. Yeah, they everything actually happened to you. Oh, happened to me. I went to, we were in Mexico. This is a number of years ago and we got caught in absolute deluge in the sort of rainforests in Chapas and we got, we had to pick the luggage up off. It was literally like a flood. Everything was just kind of going bananas because it's rainforest and we had to pick the stuff up. And meanwhile, it was just like leaking everywhere. And we we complete like our stuff completely soaked. That's awful. Hang it. On chairs at the next, do you have any electronics? And they're like my carry on my back, you know, carry on primarily my backpack, and then it's maybe a suitcase with it, but my backpack it all it has to be, what do you have hack in a certain way to protect certain things to waterproof back. So. Eagle creek has zipper us right now, eagle creek, but it's wouldn't water silly the zipper areas, what they call water resistant and the actual rest of super waterproof. It means because it tries really hard. Can take a little bit. So if it's raining like you're gonna be okay if you've dunk thing in the ocean, like maybe not. But then I have, you know, like when I went to the Arctic, I have a backpack made by this Chinese company in regard that did a kick starter for this backpack that, like I said, is a hundred percent waterproof. It's a seal at the top it even like I said, it has a bluetooth monitor to tell you if it's getting to humid inside of it so that your camera gear safe, you'll get an alert if you're if it's getting dangerous. More than me jealous onto really feeling. Of my nerdy designed back. The peak designed, you're talking about ready like pretty water, water resistant, but it also has, you know, like a rain hood that you can just pull out and just put over it so that everything's secure. 'cause like that's really what's going to be. You've home and you open your carry on and your laptop and your camera, and you know all your chords and shit making me nervous because the reason why I haven't taken that thing home and actually tried to use it is because it has so many fucking pockets and things to deal with Washington -scribed like one hundred things like I, this is this is the thing that I have discovered is that I thought I would like all of those things, but what I really like the most I can take what's in that Arlo sky bag, which is like the two slabs sit on top of everything this j. crew bag. I don't even know if it's waterproof. I hope it is because it's it's, it's canvas. And the only thing that has displaced are the sky because I love how simple it was. It's like one compartment. There are no places to put your laptop. There's no whatever you have to think about, like, does the thing that is fragile. I don't know. I know you enough that if you into like learning this peak designed bag, you would never go back and. Would have your system is so into the system, and you'd have all your tablets and nurture. Yeah, put in the time only. How's the bandwidth for so much today? Like you're asking him to stretch beyond which he would welcome the stretch beyond is car in there. He's at max back off. Okay. So we've talked about carry on's, which are the most important thing, but what else is there to talk about in this realm? Do you guys check, I think, is revealing that we spent this long came about carry-ons I do though, do you on the truth? I feel like bags once they get big, we have one of these big bags. I don't use it lower uses it, and I just like I can't go near to normal if feels like a gigantic thing. When I hit ten days after ten days, I feel like I have to check unless I'm going to do laundry on the road which saw week or more, but I. Carry on how I've heard this. I can't do it. I did. I was in an Hoffa through an abbey the how to like a washer. It was great, and it was like I was in like talking Greece in the summer, like I wasn't packing sweaters and toured with the bed for like a month and just carry on because you know, you're gonna hit somewhere with a laundromat or something at some point, right. Sorry. But what if it's just like a trip like the trip I just attended nesia was two weeks. I had to check in certain points. If like along the way you're hitting a wedding and there's two nights of special dress and all of that stuff, you know, I think that can really add up, but it's funny you say that because my large check bag is that to me that I've had from two thousand to two thousand three and it can be carried on. It's just larger than the Arlos guy and it's expandable. Okay. It's the international expandable getting like taking it. Oddly enough. I got to a point where with recent regulations and I'd gotten so dependent upon the Arlo sky. It's also I've got the clam shell with Arlos guy, but this one's nylon. So it's it's a little malleable like that. Do you. They use the Arlo the early, like I have my my grades, so I have the weekend islander, like duffel type thing. And then three to five days, especially for work is are low and then her chills in fashion or hotels item. But I'm not the person to ask. I. The way police kind of your job to know have answered. They are. Right. I mean, none of these places are making. It's making payroll. Exception. Make like the small little duffle to go with. Cool actually has little thing. Attach is slowly option. I feel like in the nineties. American tourist, or you know, giant canvas suitcase. My family until like literally like two years ago I was using like a very average but reliable nylon bag. I like got ten years. Rip stop nylon, who knows? I have no idea. I hope so. Genius is definitely rip stop. To me recently for a long term and had been so long since I used it, but like I don't replace it because I love it and I asked him, I was like, is this to pass carry on? I really don't want to check it and they're like, it's the carry on model larger than most keep downsizing, soft, soft, suitcase. Old. Thought you to tag. Your flipped like Motorola? I convinced myself that taking a carry on is gonna make my apple and flying experience less stressful. I'm not sure if it does discuss on agree with you because now that is poss- yet every time I've taken a carry on onto a plane. There is the like electric anxiety in the gate. Everyone with that carry on trying to make. Yup. And get an overhead. Yeah, and it. I mean, it's like brutal out that like people to mean if I'm going to, if I'm not making a connection, I'm just going to straight to a destination. I, I'll be the first one up to volunteer. The free. Packing kit. Nice gate, Chuck it. That's fine. What I got unlike a shuttle between New York and DC the other week was that the only space for my overhead carry on which is not their guy. I had to walk back a good twenty twenty five aisles. So I was like in seven, but my back thirty. So I has let the whole plane Debord before I could get oracle. It's Mouna time, but like more stifling, I don't know stupid things over your head and. Operating for shuttles, you're operating off of old flights like they, they haven't adjusted the luggage carriers and people don't know the book spine. I don't know the term, but like when you align the bag the way it should upright but the skinniest. Yes. Right. Where people. Sense. People don't use it. Never. So we've talked about the exterior of the suitcase, and we've talked many times on this podcast and elsewhere about rolling flat backing, but what can we offer to listeners about packing itself filling the suitcase. We have certainly recommended the packing cube, yes. I think there's no question about that. I'm gonna run out and buy some. I'm going to get those parallel Menin, yellow. I'm gonna get it away. Minion bag and I'm gonna get a away a parallel minion, yellow packing trio, and I'm going to be a super happy guy. But other than that, what secrets do you guys have? I've already divulged the put things inside your shoes, roll roll roller. I am really within the cube, do empirically tested this, and we came the key mind blowing like counter and choose of to you. I can fit more on that Arlos guy than any other. No, empirically. What did you imperiously? Because I promise. Did it, but longtime listeners will remember, Jana, she had deserted, but she and her husband who was a photographer, did a test where they rolled the same amount of luggage and flat pack the same amount of luggage. And and then you know, tried to fill suitcase and they got more in as flat pack than they did as rolling the cubes. I got from eagle creek actually. So if if you're picturing clam shell on one side, the smaller pieces which are like intimates and your your pajamas, your kids, all of the like smaller accessories level things get rolled and configured in lots of weird haphazard ways. And then you're bigger pieces like your sweaters your shirts pants, go into the largest piece of all, and they take the other side of the clam shell and they all get folded and a very special way, and there's instructions within the cube. I love so and it has a folding board. Do you remember. The gap and she's like, yes, and she's holding shirts. It's that thing where she like pulls out the Jimmy Garoppolo pulls out the the board. So I actually think it's the best of both worlds sev- looks jaws. Our jaws hit the table just just mine actually. No, I'm pretty impressed Marie. Condo approve. Thinking that reality bites, it's still holds out. It's a real calm. And so you you do have like there's no one imperial winner, in my opinion, you fold on one side for the most important larger pieces, and then you roll and talk, and you know, whatever you have to do to get that extra pair shoes in on the other subsidy diplomatic for you, not by design. It just worked out that way that is impressive that you have. You have achieved detente of packing. You've bridge the gap, this crevice the feedback I've gotten all we, I'm writing. It looks great. No. You cross the aisle between the Packers and the rollers. This is a fundamentalist war that's been going on for years, and I think you just saw, I think this is kit speak to a lot of other arguments we have as a culture and people, which is like, it's not one or the other. You got to find the happy in between separate podcast. Tips lay all of your stuff out on the bed before we put it in the case. See court. This is the we've uncovered. This is like a marriage counseling session thing cases right fees. He wants tack. He wants to tour. Many different trailers for me. It's peak design, genius pack, and eagle creek. You know that if you put it out on the bed, you can see if you're ever packing as you know, is that like very like old fashioned rule like on oil jewelry and then take piece off. I think it applies to that rule. That's from Coco Chanel before you walk out the door. Remove at least one piece. So that you're not every rest. To no, that going into when you're dressing, you're just going to think about the thing that you need to give up before you leave the at the end of this podcast. I want us to each say how often what scenarios in which we most often travel Khushab is clearly like rock and roll on the road traveling stuff. My shit of that sorts it out. Sorts it out. It's got to be waterproof and a backpack. Water alone behind me. They yet. You can see if you're ever packing missing anything. You can do it by day by outfit. I do that too. It's the same as putting in the suitcase. It's like one tiny extra step. I just. Pre fold everything. And then I'll just take the heat and put it in. I also interrupt this question line to ask how far advanced to you pack because like I know day off. Finally, yeah. I have to agree. All right site also hockey. On all the way working at a travel publication because we have many differing opinions on this. I know like like actually earlier this, Catherine our colleague. Sorry, Kathy, I'm calling you out, but she left what yesterday to Washington DC on a train. And she had already packed by Monday. I can't do this laundry. The laundry is done before. Packing the day off lottery five days or more out. Set aside the essential for the trip. Laundry day close to work for five days. As far enough away that we don't actually see when. Sunday night, whatever it is, whether it's Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, although consider it three to five day window. I started thinking jeeze when are you traveling? And you don't have three of five to you? Never know. Like. Check in the Bank, three to five one. Check. I'm going to go against the grain here until you about their apps for that. I don't you. I'm the least likely. As three to five days before she Sunday night, it's whatever I need for that trip is clean. It's sitting in a pile and then each day I keep laying out and coaling until I know exactly what I need and then night before it goes in the suitcase. Do you have a list like do you make a list? Like keep me on track lists until I traveled enough that I think I was just kind of a second second nature she needed. So you mean you'd never got to the airport look down and realize you're wearing two different shoes. Has that happened to you? That's a door. Sometime recently, they were both converse and one was all white and one was all black. So he just rolled with it said I was making my own little fashions. David, you're the only person who get away with that horrified subs like eloquently than usual. This is like my the point at which my wife would say, no jerk going home and getting the correct shoes. I was trying to another place. If I, if I heard her say that to me, I'd be like agreed one hundred percent. I'm in a cab now hold my hot, but like this one can get away with that. So dull, Jim t much. He's got that indulged. Very smug. Yes. By the fact that I walked out the door with two different shoes on, I think about this a lot probably more than I should the bag that you take for not the carry on, but the secondary bag that you get to carry for women. It's like, could be pers personal item. Made? Well, I'm back the useful work that is just my coat. The I bring everywhere touchy, it's you can't do it up at the top which is kind of annoying when you put it onto the first thing, I would be really worried about shit falling up, but I also get to that. Does I have what I buy? And it has like my book and magazine, the voter in it. And then I do is I have this little, it's from another subway ad company parachute that Doolittle sheets, but they have this travel kit which is like a Marino wool blanket and I'm ask and it goes in a little bag in. So then I put that and I also put my life possible some lip balm moisturizer anything I won't for when I'm like trapped in my seat. I'm sorry, I want a story just on this setup and I shared with all his pockets. The bag have. It's just like a little pouch that keeps the blanket in the. Musk in, but it's roomy enough that you can put few other like essential that you asked about pockets though. So then I have that insight alway valuables inside my made well bags that I can sip onto the seat and I'd have to worry about like my possible fooling out a thing. All I can take it out and put it in the little pouch, the back of the seat in front of me and then keep everything in that and then take out the blanket when it sounds like your personal items like pure essentials for the flight completely. Mine is like, yeah, backpack filled to the brim. Like every thing that's like in my carry on. Right. So it's like the book I'm reading on the plane, but my other book and like all, you know. You know my back right when you because you'll carry on his Co. pestle item because I can get away with it because like we were saying earlier the backpack, right? So like I have the the, the, the Rowley suitcase carry on. That's my carry on. And then they look that I'm wearing a backpack in their personal item, even though it's the same size as my carry on the bro. You were talking about. Woods. No, I have my, yeah, I have my carry on that. Hopefully I can get on the plane and I'd have to check it and then I have my personal item and that has all my central's for like being on the plane. I totally agree. Sorry, Corinna I, this is a complaint I have. And so my plea to tote and personal item designers everywhere is just put zipper on the top. Because if I have my wallet and my keys and lip gloss or whatever the hell, ELS and my laptop, the open model at a super preferred popular right now doesn't help me when I throw out a conveyor belt. Yeah, I found. Under the seat in front of you and your sleep, and it gets an October shit get scattered. Yeah. Steal things from this show I, but I lose it would be eight losing. I was worried about it, especially as I put my green cod in those Ray with all this stuff. And I'm like, oh my God. I'm Paul from it. There's a, there's a wire mesh cages, Texas. Wait for you. To reel to reel non. Unfortunately, I'm English. Then know about after you. One thing I'll say with a tote situation is that merkin Graham has a really organized sort of like you were talking about LA, it's it's, they call it a clutch. I can't remember the name, but unzip it and there's a place for your phone, your tartar, your pen, like your ID, your money. All that. I. Pouch was useful. Not for mak-. Top kit. Okay. That's another topic. But while we're on the the, the personal item, I came back around from pocket land to, you know, just sort of big pouch. And the thing that brought me there was the seabed which is a company for main like me and they make mostly totes sort of started with totes. Now they've branched into other things out of discarded sales. So it's like recycled sales sales from sailboats that they turn into bags. And I tried this the first time. There's like a sort of pocket in there that you can put your passport in or whatever. But everything else is just an open bag and they have different sizes. The things look really cool. But what I love about them is that two sets point, they're not made of rip stop nylon, but they are waterproof and they're very, very tough. And I felt like moving around the airport and then putting them under the seat, not only did they sort of stand up to all of that and looked kind of cool. But when you get to whatever destination, if it happens to be beach, destination, which it did the first time I tried this, it was Greece. You have your beach bag with you, and now you just convert that in take your laptop out and whatever else, and you and you now have your beach bag and it's like super durable and can handle all of send stuff. Doc, you definitely miss shake it out before you catch your flight home and like, but there's a fairly like good integrity to the bag, and it's simple enough that you can shake it out and like it's not gonna no place for the Santa hide. You know, just like one pocket. What I love about this is you pick up on the fact that a lot of times you are leaving a destination in one level of existence, which is like business or airport, or crowd, or what have you. But you're landing in beach and everyone's on vacation. So the fact that there's a transition there that it builds in for his release mart and we don't think about that enough dual-purpose. So Dopp kit where the hell I hate this like name I. Name. Who cares? It's so old and classic and adore. Honest with you guys. Tell me tell me. Background, but I not heard that term until I started working on Esther either. Really, I heard like toiletries bag. Of many different things. I've never heard capital d. Dopp kit who stop. People. Who the hell Dopp was. Is this another why he gets his own kid from our culture Dopp southern? No, because no, because I've known people who were not southern in any way Dopp kit. It just has this like precious, quaint, nece, sort of self satisfied, smug, quaint nece that I really don't like just like everyone carries a bag. We may travel that has like toothbrush to clean is a Welsh Balaj face what was different. You have to wash your face. You have the wash FaceTime day. Day. I wish Dopp kit was named after Charles Dopp pelt top, doubled apples, a leather craftsmen who moved to the US from Germany in the nineteen hundreds does sound gem. Although the actual work of creating the first stop kit is set to have been done pelts nephew and employee. Jerome Harris to kit, call it the Harris Harris kit. The kit was given its name Dopp short fur pelt, which because doubled owned the company that made it classic classic story of the boss getting all the credit. Oh. Every. Brands ever don't don't zero in on the top cat, you're being unfair. Louis Vuitton never made any whoever that go into that exhibit for those bags. I actually think I was thinking specifically of the ought and food welts when I made that comment, but that is different book. Okay. As is the podcast where sev- reads from Wikipedia more fulsomely we're gonna various. About. If we're talking about people putting them to wrap up, but yeah, what's what's in your essentials, what is that? Okay, I actually I file intimate so we can leave that out of that. Whatever. Proud separate cubes. Never the docket as a wash kit as Lawley likes to call it. The TSA has regulations at my strategy is to hord and keep, and then deploy samples. So anything kills will give me or any other products. Love. Quick and sorry does get this is gonna go away said you wouldn't actually take their liquids out when you go through security idea. He apple never. They make you take them out in every apple. I've never had him out in the u. k. every time I once had a semi transparent back and they like, lasted me for it, and I go like a whole lecture right using it. I'll have Harris kit my backpack. He didn't to me. They won't be as either boy. Never. And I know that everything in there is under three ounces or whatever, because I know the rules take product. USA anyway. Sorry, continue. It's not that interesting, but I'll continue. I have a mini electric toothbrush that is battery powered. And then all the samples of all the products that I love that are mini says that can fit in the docket so I can continue my beautification routine like moisturizing cleaning my face every night. Everything remains preserved. So. Yeah. I love this. Paste comb, deodorant contexts, said, looking at you right now in your skin is like a pedal. I know you use product aegis, easy hotel, one, whatever. Yeah. Yeah. And if you're in a nice hotel, the product for not exactly. Actually isn't crazy to let you know you're going somewhere. Nice. I have both of you because you've traveled more places recently than I have, but have you noticed that there are certain products that appeal to like your hair, your skin depending on the country. I hear this and I never heard about it. I, I've heard that like US products are terrible for your. Really. This makes me so Layton saying, I'm convinced that like different water in different places make. It's not the water. The water, definitely because it has different mineralogy. Hardness, I've heard people describe like a city's water as being dry, which does make any sense, but. No, you know what that means because when it's one or the other, you definitely feel. Yeah. Lally. Well, is it my wash back mini versions of products? I like I have a little mini e salt moisturizer. I liked carry around a low of very buji Browns. I spend too much money on have traveled size versions because they know idiots like me will buy them. The checkout aisle at Sephora is a really good place to get everything you need for your trip the night before you go, it's I have my light mini versions of my normal, like skin routine. So I'll have like a mini cleanser, a mini tunnel necessary. Minimal Streisand. Egypt doesn't I still hand sanitizer. Larry, getting these, each AP's, the Oculus where al-qaeda. Building, but sorry knows. Doesn't Egypt stool on. They have trouble sized things. They sell trouble kits. Oh my God. Sorry, great gift. People. Great gifts for people. Yes, he's up travel kits. Yeah, and the parachute travel, and then I have my blanket and I'm off and a hand creams, very good conga on a plane without that bomb face wipes because you don't have to Scott any liquid limits with them. I actually use you bring face wipes when I'm traveling. What do I like? Simple, simple rant. It's a brand. I like Ursa major but harder to find what you're lip balm. Why do. Yeah, whatever my girlfriend has kills t- actually use it. If my Lipson. I don't use it preventatively. I use a curative -ly said, it's still that dude using carmax team. And it smells like skiing right now. Yeah. Yeah. Also, I will say that face wipes, if you like in a real pinch and you've layover in your own some light twenty four hour flight. Shower fresh and you up, okay, face wipes, just unite light onto the sinking about you up. I know I know a lot of bike commuters to work who use swear by these wipes. Did he do it right. Yeah. Okay. I thought about doing it. I'll let you know when I, you know when they start to work. Yeah. All righty. Don't forget how could you not subscribe to the podcast with tips like these coming at you? We are on I tunes. We're on soundcloud. You cannot avoid us. We're everywhere visit us at sea and travel dot com. Where the complete guide to packing is now live and ready to solve all of your packing problems which your favorite piece from the from the package. 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276: Introducing ActionView::Component with Joel Hawksley
"You're listening to the ruby on rails podcast on the five by five network. You're listening to seventy six and I'm your host Mark Joe Hawksley is a software engineer. It hub he's worked on projects, including two factor authentication checkup an organization insights. He recently served as technically for project paper-cuts, incorporating feedback from the community to get welcome to the podcast. All. Hey, britney. Thanks for having me. Absolutely. So Joel, what is your developer orange story? Oh, gosh. It's a long one. I kind of have been into computers since before I can remember. When I was growing up. We really didn't have a TV until years after we got our first family, computer. So the computer was kind of our source of entertainment. I didn't really get start started coating until you know, maybe like middle school or so, when my dad needed a website site belt website for him. I using front page. Couple years later, I had a teacher in high school that taught me PHP and my sequel kind of on the side in his free time in around that time I was also getting into photography. So I ended up learning WordPress to build a portfolio website and then use the PHP in my sequel skills. My teacher taught me to modify it. So into school for photography. I did that for a little while. But then after working at a couple of newspapers in dealing with layoffs over and over and over again I decided that I wanted to switch careers. So is it turns out, my friend Aaron Snyder who I'd went to college with had moved onto a software agency in Rhode Island called Motech? And he asked me if I wanted to do an apprenticeship there. And I said, yes. So I moved to Rhode Island anti kind of took me under his wings for a couple months, and tried to teach me everything he knew. And, you know, here I am almost six years later, working forget, which I think it's pretty cool. That's neat that you have that designed background as well. So I talked to several developers who used to be photographers. And I think that's just such a valuable asset to have as you're working on a website. Oh, definitely. It's, it's coming handy. A lot getting to bridge like technical visual divide because I have a little bit of both very cool. So this is the ruby on rails podcast. I'd love to ask you what is your experience with ruby on rails? So I had never heard of ruby or rails, until the day I walked into Motech. So basically that was day one for me. And then from there on out, that's pretty much all the programming I've done when I worked for them. You know, I started I worked on a couple of client projects. They were mostly rescue. News, which gave me a lot of experience kind of out of the gate in. I would almost describe it as a compressed fashion. Like I feel like I was getting like years of experience in months, because I was getting to see like the good and bad of rails at scale, you know, lessons that you might not learn until you're further near career. Your turn. What is a rescue? So rescue is basically in the consulting world project that you get in the meat under the premise that it needs help that it's not in a good place in it needs to go to a good place. So we were working with startups. That had, you know, say started out with a rails app, and it may have gone in the wrong direction. They might have had scaling problems or down modeling issues that kind of thing or you have rails project has been upgraded since navy rails to we tried to stay away from rails, upgrades. But that was kind of inevitably part of our work. Interesting. We'll speaking of rails, can you tell me what a day today is like a get hub as we discussed on the last episode? Give hub is shipping so many features, so I'd love to hear what your experiences like. Oh man. It is really exciting to work at up right now. Honestly, it is like to a T my dream job. I've been working here for a little over a year at this point. And it's like honestly just mind boggling to see how many things we've shipped does. A company big and small right now. I split my time between two projects my main responsibility is leading the team that owns our future flight tooling, we actually use flipper. And I'm also working on action view component in the time that I have left. So depending on the day, I'm working on one of those two things, and I don't know it's just great so great. And you work remotely cracked the I work remotely. I'm just south of Boulder, Colorado. We do have an office here. It's kind of like a co working space. There's no specific team based here, but I think roughly eighty percent of our engineers are remote. And do you think that's what contributes to making it? So greats promote forget, how is that? So many people are remote. Or are they just really good at executing the remote strategy? I think that it's easy easy to execute a good remote strategy. If your majority is that high, I think you have to work a lot harder? When that ratio is different interesting. Well, you mentioned this, and the reason I brought you on the show today was discussed or polar class to introduce action view component into rails. Which got a lot of fanfare from the community so starting off. Where did the idea come from gosh? So this is going to be a bit of a long story. So. So my last job, I was working at a company called galvanize, which for those who aren't familiar is a tech education company. They run boot camps. They also have co working spaces similarly work, they're based in Colorado, but they have campuses all over the place. So my job galvanize was to be the lead engineer for the team that built software called learn which you can think of as, like an LMS, aka a learning management system, and it was used by instructors in students, basically as the backbone of the education experience. So how that leads to action view component. So we were using the react rails, gem to render a lot of our app, obviously using react. But we got to this point where we started using it to render stout at content, and we did it. We did this because we found that the testing framework that we had set up for testing our Riach components. Give us really nice encapsulation, and was just. A much better developer experience than working with traditional rails, views. You know, Unitas were easy to write, you know, in, in just a lot of benefits from it, and I didn't do much without thought at the time, but it kind of struck me as odd that, like a different technology would nail a core piece of what rail should be doing so well. So you're later working get hub I was working on the floor on the paper cuts project. And we were working on a feature to add the sticky headers to issues employ requests, it shipped in January. In specifically, there was a piece of it that I ran into which was the logic we use to render the little badge that shows you the state of an issue or request. And it was repeated all throughout the co base, it was tested inconsistently, and it was actually pretty buggy for something so simple. And this reminded me of what I was doing with a galvanize where I was seeing some rough edges in the rails view layer. So specifically, what I noticed was that we had to do a lot of our view testing through controller tests, which are really slow which means that we didn't test reviews thoroughly, and, you know. You can imagine if our views were other types of code, we would test them with the tests. You can't really do that with, you know, with rails views, the other thing about working get hub is that every problem is magnified because. We're on such a huge scale the even the smallest things stand out, like, for example, we have thirty seven hundred views like, oh my God. It's incredible. So any any problems going to be magnified. What's great though, is that seeing things at the scale makes these kinds of problems, more clear and having seen how well react solve some of these problems galvanize. I wanted to see if some of the same patterns of from react would make rails views easier to work with that makes so much sense. I don't see a lot of big features coming out of base camp. And it's exciting to see big features coming out of get hub with a lot of those projects. A lot can happen, the hind the scenes I'm curious to do consult the rails core team before submitting your whole requests. Oh, yes. What are the cools parts of working get hub as a rails, engineer is a lot of folks here contribute directly to rails, like on a very regular basis, like we literally have a ruby architecture team that I follow their chat room and literally every day they're working on something for rails. We also employed two members of the core team. Aaron I lean. So when I was working on this, my manager, actually I come up with when I was at, you know, when, when I was working on this project and my manager said, hey, you should talk to tunnel of about this, and he and I asked Erin. And he was like, oh my God. We should totally do this. So he was kinda like one of the first people to believe in it. You know, someone who's done little open source work in my career. And I've never contributed to rails before this PR. I was really scared about this whole process. So having a sponsor on the core team was like pretty much like the best thing ever. So actually paired with him about every two weeks on it. We would like chat on Friday and then. He'd spend in then become with a plan and work on it for like a week or two. And then we come back and do the same thing over and over again. This helps us focus on solving the problem in a rails, e way, which, you know, with his deep experience, working on rails, he kind of knew what would fit in the framework, best after I give a talk on this rails con, Rafael from the core team invited us to upstream this into the alpha branch of six wine, which is what just happened. So I also paired with him on a draft of the poll, request and humanely helped me flesh out some rough edges, and that's more frequently asked questions. So those who are looking at the PR could like understand what we were trying to do. You know, and then the PR got merged six months after we did the prototype, which was pretty cool. Did get merging a much simpler form than when I opened it, but it does set the groundwork for six one to do what we wanna do. That is so exciting it just so cool that you're gonna have this legacy into this framework that you already love in us and a half people acted out there championing for you and really helping you. The word your pull our class into right, the right code and right tests, it's just really cool to have that be your first open source, contribution is just amazing. It's really incredible. And like I don't know. It's, it's Jillian bodyman of something I lean. I heard her say somewhere, which is that frameworks are extracted not built, and that like really resonated with me because it's so easy to go in building these kinds of things saying, oh, what if we did this, what if we did that? But with a really guided me through was. Basing the architecture of this on need not want, so every single line of code that we're shipping for this is something we specifically needed to write to make it work for us. And as been really a really powerful change of perspective for me because usually when I go out and build these things. It's like, oh, what if it did this, what if it did that instead of being based in something more practical, awesome, will we are going to dig into how it's gonna work right after a word from our sponsor? A good. Font is one of the best ways to make your projects the end apart at typography dot com. You'll find the work of Heffler and co creators of stylish and high-performance typefaces their funds are used by organizations like NPR cultural institutions like the Guggenheim museum. And by the people, we love the office, Barack Michelle Obama. And now you can use their phones to h INCO's Welker, even library and one-stop licencing options, make choosing the right font? 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And now for a limited time as a review on rails, listener, you'll receive ten percent off your next purchase from h Inco use code ruby are UB y for your discounted checkout. Thank you. Learn co for sponsoring the show back to you Joel so chill. How will action view components work? Okay. So the answer is that we're not totally sure yet, but the gist of the proposed architecture is pretty simple so components are objects. They're rendered given arguments passed to them, the only have a single public method that returns rendered result, and the rest of the methods of private seal. Basically pass a component to the existing rails render method great about this. Is if you just think about, at the highest level is that views are objects not templates, which means that you can use like ruby on rails, features really easily like in the most basic level about like named in required arguments or like in the rails world model. Validations. In on the testing side, they're objects, you can just call them and Unitas them. You get all these things for free that we weren't getting working with templates the rails PR that landed, I included an example component limitation. That's really similar to what we're running internally the biggest changes made since then is that we're moving to having our templates in sidecar file as some text, editors and even have dot com. Didn't really play nicely with having a here. Doc string in line in the component file. But the thing that's kind of that we still don't know about how they're going to work is like how this going to fit into existing rails like architecture conventions. Right. We've been making some progress on it and that. For every rails out by Ben, there's always been an extra directory at fuller and it's always been view related, like, you know, like presenters or decorators view models. Well, ours is view models, and we have seven hundred of them and all along. When I've seen these folders every rails out by Ben, it's really just me screamed missing. Obstruction. And I leans theory is that maybe action view component can fill that role. And that's kind of what we're testing right now in hoping to reach some consensus on before this goes upstream accents. So. Essentially under the app fuller instead of these being nested under models, or being nested under views, they would have their own folder. Yeah. So right now, we literally have an app components folder. I'll, I'll that's well. I like that. I think that's really well named. Beyond me to seeing mention that we're likely to see components in rails. Six one rails com has come and gone where we thought we might see real six. So I'm waiting for the day where real six is coming out, which I'm sure is soon. Do we have any idea when real six one might land, cadences yearly, some of release, right? Yes. Absolutely. So kind of have reason at least rough AL from the core team when he reached out, basically said, hey, this is the perfect time to merge something like this in, because we've just cut the release candidate for six, which means that we now have an entire really cycle to get this. Right. So, you know, we're still thinking of the best like rails away to do it. But hopefully it'll be six one. That's how exciting. So is it similar to base camp, where I think you've hit it around that is using components. Yeah. Totally so something to know about get hub is that we render everything on the server for the sake of progressing of enhancement. So like we don't have any reacting are Kobe. So this is actually our first chance to use even the concept of components are monolith. So we're rendering. What is it? We probably have about dozen components. Some of them are, like, APs Pacific, and some of them are more part of our design system. And we I think we have about one hundred call sites that specifically render a component. We're running topic tags. When you like see repository has topics underneath it, those issue in PR status badges. And then, like the little color dot and the name of a language everywhere you see those things everywhere on the site is printed with components, the product we're working on now is starting to standardize the repository list item component, which is basically, anytime we list, a lot of repositories like one of those things we just shipped out as a component, and we're working on then using component in all the places around the site. I think there's literally a dozen implementations of it right now. So we're trying to make it. So there's. And more broadly. We're trying to work towards making our standard way of buildings over rendered you, I get up because our longer term goal from designs, Dems perspective, is that everything uses design system, and this is going to be the way we've salty. Make sense. So it has been introduced as a polar class for rail, six one was there, ever consideration instead of merging directly into rail to have it as an add-on library, that people can add into their applications now. Or is it always been aimed to be in rails score? Yes, both. So I had never planned to put into rails, this early our plan was to make gem over the summer dream of some sort. But after rails comp Rafael from the core team basically said that sin because of where we fell in the release cycle be better to just get whatever we had in so that we can start iterating on it in rails. I also kind of read between the lines that I think they went to Chinese it at shop, if I had a time. So getting it out there sooner was probably probably in their interest, as well. There are several rails, applications out there that you hear are using something and you're like if they're using it. It's crazy. Like I mean we. So when we first wrote this, I was like, wait, how are we going to do this, where we like? We're, we're interjecting into the render call in action view like that's a pretty hot code path, but I- para Aaron and he's like, oh, we'll just monkey patch it. So we write a monkey patch that like over rights. Call super on render. But, like if it's a component does our own thing, and we ship that to production running, like tens of thousands of calls per second, and didn't have a problem. So, like, it's kind of amazing to me, working more generally, how little the penalty scale is here at least when it comes to rails, like I would've expected, this be way more of an issue performance wise. But it really just hasn't been fantastic. And really good lesson to the listeners that, yes, we always argue that rails, can't scale but also monkey patching is always the scariest thing as long as you know what you're doing. And it sounds like you have race horses that really can reassure you that you're doing all right thing. Yeah. And we have ways of measuring these things, and I will say that. When we design the monkey patch, it is literally almost exactly what we actually committed into rails. Like when you actually look at the death so like there's a reason it was designed that way. Like it's very, it's very minimal, hey call. Well, get hub is obviously a very large ruby on rails, application. But do you have a working example of components that listeners can check out? Yeah. So I've been maintaining a demo repoed that we can provide in the show notes, it, basically, has examples of a couple of components were using internally, and it also shows how test them, I've been keeping this repo up to date with our planations. It's changed like just yesterday, I committed the code that pulls in sidecar templates. So if you wanted to find the template not inside the, the ruby class, you can. I also actually this morning. It pushed a an example of the monkey patch, we use internally and by example. I mean literally just keep much internally. So there's like very concrete like actual or running in production. That's out there. It's not formally open. Source because it's not really in a format we would wanna package and deliver yet. But that's something we're thinking about doing this summer, which would be like some sort of, like intermediate gem solution that people can start using all while I definitely want to ask you about performance. But we're gonna take a quick break from our second sponsor flattering school. Pretty take your programming skills to the next level at flyer in school. 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We're seeing like depending on conditions and whatnot roughly five times improvement over nested parcels. There's a big caveat there, because people generally avoid Parcells because they're not fast and with components, we want people to be able to use them with reckless abandon without fear of any performance locations, so I can are repulsed item component. We have like. Six levels of nesting, because we're effectively almost building Dom, so performance matters a lot there. And it's something that is still like in an open question. Honestly, I will say that the real performance improvement. We've seen right off the bat is testing. Because if you just think about what's being exercised, when you're say testing class versus like running controller test the difference is massive, so, you know, like a unit test of a component might be twenty five milliseconds but like a full-fledged controller tests, and our code base six seconds. You're talking about a two hundred times improvement in terms of test speed, which means that we can write really thorough tests are unit tests are incredible for internal components. There's like fifty cases for one component. Like you'd never do that with controllers, right. Like so that's been one of the cool things about just like kind of being able to remove performance from the question when it comes to testing these, like you can actually test them properly, I think, for the first time that's great. Now. No one can say that the ruby on rails community is in passionate. So I have to ask has there been any pushback from the community about the new feature I'm not claiming at all that we are doing anything unique here. The thing is, is that we strive to be a stock rails as possible. So when we thought about doing this using Jim wasn't really an option. So we kind just had to like book at these other implementations and say you know what would this look like to do it in rails, and was been really great is that there's been all the excitement around the poor request offering all these different perspectives. In fact, I incorporated, some of them in the actual requests that got merged. Like I think Zack on was the contributor actually added him as a co committed to the poor past. But this is something we kind of anticipation in terms of like the diversity of perspective. So the team working on this internally has actually been pretty big my primary Claverie on the project was it was Natasha. And she's one of our Prentice engineers, so between her and under love, we have a really wide perspective of experience, so, like because working with someone who's pretty much brand new derails it really helped us focus on making action view. Component is simple and easy to use as possible. We also worked really extensively with our design team, Diana, Emily, and Sean, who are people who in our organization, that basically, own are you, I architecture they all contributed heavily to like the theoretical work around this, like, how it would make their lives better. So I think that all kind of like, helped put the work when it became public in like a really good place to succeed. Awesome. I mean that's some much came together in order for this request to happen. And I definitely. Will link the lower class in the show notes, and I read through the comments, and everyone was very positive very excited about this, and it was a big reason why wanted on the show. So how can our listeners either help or test components? So it'd be really awesome to see other people give this a try in their apps and report back on how it goes. The easiest way is to mimic, the code in the report that will Lincoln, the show nuts. It includes the monkey patchy would need to drop in. I actually don't know what version of hell's it should work with. We were it was it was five two and our app. I actually think pie work versions earlier than that as well. So if people were to mimic code in the repo and use the monkey patch, they can open PR that repo open issues. There are already issues on the repo, and we've been getting great feedback that we've already incorporated into our implementation. I am definitely offering to make people co committees into rails. Whenever the time comes to exciting before we wrap up. We touched upon project paper cuts at the top of episodes. Can you tell me a little more about that project? Oh, yeah. Wow. Yeah. Such a fun project. So I spent a couple of months as the ten Khalid on this project, and the general just of it was just focusing on making small changes to get hub to streamline developer workflows. So we worked on shipping, small proves to the app that were based on community. Feedback from, you know, like the deer have letter the refined get hub. Chrome extension or probably manager, Luke and a couple other people, I think even our CEO net reached out to people on Twitter to get ideas, which was really cool and over, like I wanna say it was like nine months. We did not hundred ships to the app, which is breakneck pace, even at a small company. Let alone one our size. So some of the ships, we did were like, you know, when you're looking at a diff- when you select the, the source it doesn't select the diff- markers anymore, so you can more easily copy and paste it into your editor. We made it a lot easier to edit read me is right by adding a little pencil icon in the U. I we added a shortcut to copy come at your else. And then, like, as I mentioned, earlier, we, we added the sticky PR issue header is the specific use case for that was when you're clicking the merge button on a really long PR, sometimes you don't know you're merging because you're just like so far removed from the title. So by putting the PR or issue title at the very, the stuck at the top of the browser, you could always know what you were dealing with in that interaction, tell you that the not copying the diff- markers, Mike co worker, and I jumped up and down literally in our office when that happens. So thank you. I have to say that, that, that one was a lot of work. So it's really good to hear that, like, oh man, the, the number of things even after we were just like. Oh, gosh, that browser that use case anyways. It's a it's like a deceptively difficult problem, especially around, like hidden characters and stuff like that. So. How can our listeners follow you? So I really don't do social media. I keep my website up today, which is hawks lead dot org. And the best way to follow this product is probably just to watch the demo repo on get hub. I pushing their like once every week or two and participate in the discussions. Thank you so much for joining me on the show. If you're like me, you're super excited about action, new components. Do test it out listeners, and we'll talk to you next week.
DUS - The Return (Down Under Sigmar S2 E1)
"Guys it is the coachee. Hope you all well welcome to Actually i in my mind. So when i was gonna go by diaz my watch not feeling very well today and i thought i'm going to buy two eight something delicious as opposed to the stop akins with means that i made Was going to be fifty nine. I'm thinking of woke up the royal thinking right. I'm gonna try to open up these episodes really finally gonna say If it's wednesday nights at episode. And i was going to try to do something really funny and i completely forgot about it so i might just do the proper introduction. Hello my name is anthony. It is the courage and this is the return of down under seek mall so this was a episode or show that was a long running for a good eighteen months with my good friend. Liam who with alive taking up a little bit of his time actually a lot. He's he is absolutely jam. Packed with life goodstuff university. I'm looking at kind of doc. Seaman connor share what's going on bit liam has full. I guess he's roll. And i have scoured the internet for the world's best talent. I landed on clint. But it is cleaned the hottest free agents If you don't cleaned. Clint is from at the podcast. Heralds of wool he is strategist godfather into agency. Ma am. I couldn't think of any bente person who's manfred aligned than clint. To be my co-host. Clint is on probation. Like any good work experience person. I do have three months to to prove themselves. But clinton is the new co i get. I quit howdy. Thank you very much for that on. I'm not gonna call it a glowing introduction. Because i don't think it was. I think it was sort of like a backhanded. Kind of an arkansas luke. In the chat. Go off to can't say that. I'll bring luke luke secretly a bit upset one invited but look cleaned is the man in seek mar. Wasn't for claimed. Australia probably wouldn't have the same that it has right now. I thought who betcha than to do down on seek mall which is really at the moment. Probably a monthly shied economy around rover. What's happening in australia and new zealand will will take them lockwood. Powerful waterfall also crowded butts wagging olding. I seek baldwin and talk about things that topical at the time we're gonna talk about in this particular episode Broken rails the same motel rooms body magazine. We'll talk broken rooms. What we seeing. What we're expecting a little bit of progress won't rob to consider this a live podcast. If this is the first time you've seen down of the sigma and as we progress we will bring back out cast of characters al australia's best and finest guests. He can share all things about what's happening whether it's tournaments and if people wanna he's in things We are absolutely flexible Let us know what you want to hear but clinton's for people who don't know who you are other than that hook garbage introduction. Who is this man who is my co host. Hyoety clint from the heralds of war the we were strays. I dedicated to my podcast. That's on hiatus. At the moment. I also run camp a At cancun largest. I just moves at their age. Sigma double s. Oh my gosh lies. Largest sigma stigma event in the world. They regard if i said slowly get it up. I'm hearing the look. It's been a long time traded content. So is your back on track. My this is my third episode today. I've done three things. I thought i am on file. Yep fair enough to talk with my my brain. Just shuts off Yes are. That's me the guy who sort of cajal enough people to to play. I just admire now where we are sir. wasn't doing much and then he said come jump on this shirt and i'm i'm happy to be here five different people. I'd asked jim doctors. I'd seen the full gaming dwells below in all of them. Said look thank you but we don't have time but you will like hey man but nothing to do so. I'd love to chat bets. Wow while although i down the although i down the list we got there in the end. Look between you guys and probably james for mortally wounded. Who i'm just shouting out the chadwell. Hello everyone who's on here. Where oral having jugs look clinton. I very good friends. We we've played together. We chatted with tournaments. Being clear runs the largest agency. Marvin i run one of the larger ones. I'm roy's cut brainstorming sharing and who betcha for us to cut deep dive into the israelis saying what was seen overseas as well Talk about what's going on and who knows. Maybe a sneak peek with what's going to come given. We are a little bit ahead of time. So that's kind of what to expect at least in I'm i'm in a good spot man. I think i just seek more. I think you know if we do these a couple of months ago. I think it'd be a bit of luck. Nothing's going on but for out community. There's a lot going on. Tournaments are resuming in australia. We're seeing some up stuff in brisbane to an event in a couple of weeks time. We've got stuff happening in zeeland. We've got because events happening. You know seeing a lot more activity for like work in progress wednesday. I'm seeing more content created broken realms really has kind of the fire in the community and some really cool. Things seem to be coming down the line. What what's your take so far in what you're seeing now. Well yeah definitely here. In queensland with differently ramping up had some some little stuff Through the last couple of months on our simon in brisbane is has been running some things. And we're going to hopefully touch wood them have i today in a very long time in december. So people getting aimed up to that in prepping omni's and things like that for us as well. We've got the camera told him it. Said michael thompson is running a two day or as well so i think for me that would be my first to die Since essay j. In march so it's going to be really interesting to connor. It's been six months since. I've seen the guys landline. Some people have said. The event attended was canned corn. Which was january so it for some people. It's almost nine months and i got a little Shoutout to jonathan friend of the channel hussein powerful made between iowa's coach in heralds awal cleans clayton put a lot of fatigue and make sure he had a hat ready for these episodes. Absolutely yeah definitely. I can't come on here. They had a hat. You've got to have one so differently. Company copy. Did what what's really cool as well as even even in perth you know probably third cousin three to four hours a flight traveling it's east coast versus west coast america so far away they actually got an event this year as well so that got a battle. Masters j. tastes so Pockets of events are starting to come up. So it's really cool to see what the mid is gonna look like what people have been up to. A lot of people have been painting armies. Starting things fresh people you know we. We didn't really get to see surf on in action because most events kind of wednesday band. Sarah fun but sarah on the they didn't have the fake hugh done by the tournament. The lawsuit of we haven't really seen The seraphin meta we haven't really seen minutes metal. Goggin i'm rushing crazily. Try to get the goblins ready for november. So i think people are gonna come in one rolls in dies just have fond and who knows what we're going to see. I think could be interesting. Yeah absolutely. I think it's interesting because we've had lots of like tabletop simulator tournaments games and things like that and that's allowed people took practicing pick things up and so i think once we come back to tournaments you mentioned w i in queensland we you know we will wait. Get there a bit sooner than other people on camera. y- Doubt have these lists with these books. That probably haven't been seeing much apply but people will also be breakfast at the same time. We'll have seen what they can do sites. It'll be weird thing. Cecile these new books come in but people to know them a bit better them. That would normally yeah. I know actually played at a store tournament. Just the other day at whole of heroes in campbelltown and my opponent someone who's actually in my discord benji Shot up to benji. Hey he shared with me that he wouldn't be playing at that that one day If it wasn't fatigue so he's been playing a lot of tabletop. Simulator with these are exploring morris pretoria and he's list was hot hot as nails. I think he just played chris. Welfare and went down on tabletop stimulate in a i think haskins running a it's like a knockout series or some type of tournament a online tournament but The tabletop stimulate community has been growing quite significant. Especially as england. Guys becky to lockdown. America's gonna i'm uncertainty when it comes to events in events being shot down so it's been a really good just condensate the different local medicine because we've got these tabletop metal and not hindrances people can pick up models that are have to buy paint them. They can test things so i think that'll play a big pot when it comes to actual tables yeah absolutely and and people will find it very quickly. What doesn't work in similarity with Having to spend lodgements of money to just. Yeah i've seen lumina through building around battle catalano. Some people were like look the theory behind battle kettle. Sounds good but was it actually look lock in some people being testing some ideas around. So i think that's been a godsend for for people who have been stock stucco. Maybe have the place to play games because of lockdown because of they just can't find a pundits so maybe they don't feeling as confident to debate in a space like that so i think we're in a good spot man. There's a lot of things coming up a very excited on praying for things coming from broken realms to shake up the metal both the narrative mantle and the gaming metal so i think we're in a good spot absolutely. Yeah can't can't wait for the the narrative to sort of progress with broken rooms. Yeah i'm really excited bit. We'll we'll talk Probably as a topic of the episode series a lot to go through. But i thought my let's. Let's do a hobby purchase. Something clayton talking about the fully online was maybe in future episodes. Yeah people wanna share their hobby progress with us maybe get a featuring kind of show off. Some people in the australian and new zealand community You know maybe in future episodes will kind of gathered some of these fighters so that sounds like something that you'd be interested in Dude let me know in the comments section and maybe maybe once a month we will start. Tyson people's photos as well and There is some awesome awesome. Happy enough community. Very impressive people might just people like sloan. And the james's of the wealth by queens. I james and cambridge aims. There are some really talented people in our community. Yeah absolutely yep and with with everybody's sort of not having evinced Some people have gravitated done. A lot of hobe progressed really fast. I will just look. Look at that. Fancy so i thought i'd bring up your hubby. So what have you been up to. Well the this will you put the new guy Because i played a game against greco brad electoral sane and he was running. Nergal kicked my butt. Unlike mega models are pretty nice. So i just went and bought the cheapest negative they had to paint. And that's kind of scratched at each foaming as far as the edge to do not Yeah i enjoy pint. Don't get me wrong But if i could do a nami for blood kings which are essentially characters you chasing the medoff. You've your body fight. Noblest get chase mogul now now. Actually painting lustiest filth on the other side they. We've got forty motech. god That i've been painting actually on my hobby stream over on twitch bay dry brushing them up and painting. pohlmann's l. Blades and stuff like that on them. sort of waiting for me to put some bison terrorism they the tough and some smart And then i'll have that forty done. And then i can progress with all the other stuff. Have you been painting a lot like doing twitch. I know when i stream hobby hangouts. I get almost nothing done. The chat is always disrupting. may it's a good disruption guys but actually get no hobby don Have how you finding. You'll hobie progress. You finding during the covid lockdown period. You're doing more hobby. You finding less hobby. 'cause i know for myself. I am someone who is driven by deadlines. And i liked the idea of tournament deadlines to rush. Why painting but like a hot did like look you go to find time. You've gotta do this you commit. I've been ruled out fly. I have been all over the shop for the last six months starting project shoving projects starting show project. My house is insane with just half started spruce everywhere. I'm waiting for the devils by mr to arrive any day. Now the hidden under role of your models that you got sent off have done. I have both painted own solve to hobby projects two armies of dan een lock them. Don play forbid sold My basement and they rightfully army that recently head on twitter. That got a kirby love. That's on its way to go in this As of today. But i've done a lot of holding In the last couple of months Just because when applying but it's been sort of rain like random models like Like this no guy. And i've ended up some Some space for forty k. You know that other game In the working progress putter on sort of Be two bottom left. You can see one of the rx from underworld's as in the back as well Is painting up demonstrating the other night and showing people how i did the orange in a wife. That didn't make you yourself off. It's like all right. Our orange wanted those. If you don't know how to paint orange one of those colors that just drives you insane. Why does it number one but oranges and even yellow. It's really hard especially like some people. The way you prime the model and then causley layer and layer so Yeah so this was like three orange that snow some vibrant showing people. How i got that effect and things like that Just yet just picking up the projects in moving on but yeah. I've got half done. Sorta annual godalming over on the on the canadair. And like i've been the same as you hobie butter flying but i have actually finished some stuff And hopefully will get this off finished in time to take some events and as as noobs is said to these team many times at privately is that you all tralian two plus tough because he is a hobby butterfly. He stopped a project. He sells it. He starts a new one I'd like to think that he's exploring the agency world really fast But yeah like you you all becoming quickly and that's a good thirteen i will. I will take that a tight that comparison. Doug is because everyone calls toothless. Tough the Bob ross of ages seek so by by association. You australia's bob ross authentic. That's the bit that will comparing me to Yeah now that the and it's good to see the chat lucky you people talking about painting a vr. And i think some some very cool rb are people in that kind of exploring some of the other parts of obiara. I can see you know. People talk envel- god mo- talking about clinton's deep buttery smooth voice. I love that the headphones checked. I think clean clinton dot in. I assume all stream on twitch any day now. Yeah that's that's off to the painting pining showers on for a couple of hours and then soon after midnight. We switch over to off load Eighty and then we caught him migrate to the fans account wear. The shirt starts coming off a loss gardens looking. I was gonna to segue speaking of of models old people who don't have a show it so I have been absolute hobby. Butterfly since covid lockdown. So i was really gung ho with by cds of seek ma at the start of the year. I took how hot to to cancun. this was going to be the year of cities. i- Tempest i to. Sag t. and i'd converted my mike gun hole is to be at a scene tanks Flying stink tanks. I've gone to a lot of if it you know. I had the ice queen. Kids live riding a frost frost. Frost phoenix I'd gone out and bought a black on drought painted a combine dragged into a black dragon. being i think for me when covid kinda hit. I got a wednesday demoralize bit. You know. I didn't say the against the the life in the tunnel. And kinda put that project on hold and for me you know i. I've i've done a whole bunch of things at the time. I'd signed up to a six addition fantasy tournament which had been cancelled since So i'd started up fifteen point Fifteen hundred point empire point on me. i'd started paying that and then it got cancelled that project shelves. I was picking up blood bone. We're gonna do some blood ball stuff halfway painted. That that got shelved because again the event and some of the community will do it. Carnival stoled painted some squeaks during the of mock. But for me the minute i saw goggin coming out were were like like really captured me. And if he wants. Be on twitter or dischord. You'd probably say me being quite constructive and i just did a podcast with combat faiza kenny law and for me. The goggles have captured by immagination. An really excited to to play them. I'm not a gw inside some not getting frame models and not being paid to say it They an army that will go five. Oh it they next tournament will go and five. No do i think somewhere. In between absolutely will i have fun in every game absolutely Has it scratched my each to convert paint. Build brings some schemes to lifelock. You can just see a sample of what i've been doing. He being green stuffing hail. I've been kicked bashing lake puzzle. One guy who stamping one guy. Who's kicking. I've got a guy at the back to fly using a coward overload balloon since like a flail. I've tried to convert like the old. I don't know if you remember the yelled giants from albion. The dose of war with the star are back. the I've tried to kind of try to do that so i've been doing that. And then in parallel doing on parole board. So i've kind of left a garbage picture. He knocked to reveal too much but in parallel. I'm doing armies on board. That would be my first. I'm afraid i've never wanted came. Third cancun conway the coolest army Although i've never actually officially that was you know never really entered parade despite it not being stole tournament despite being online. I'm really motivated to put my toes in the water. See how it goes and and you know there are some really cool people out there. But i i'm competing with myself and on put out the best display board that i'm gonna be proud of despite if waited on not. I'm loving loving your gardens since they've been released. You have seen simony people just tweaking creative muscles and making the most bonkers crazy awesome models from by the old goggin kit and the new mega gardens. That just like this this. They're like a half completed canvas like to the half complete canvas and people are just doing all sorts crazy stuff to finish it off and its circle. Yeah i think like one of the things. I've really enjoyed. I think cities to seek my on long is talking. Ricky smith about this in a episode in the past and i'll saying that cities seek boffa may has been one of the most important books. Niger seek mall because it is unlocked creativity. If you look at how people have tried to address it dual force and may twelve hurricana. So people like me who have made a human phoenix garden in. People are trying to bring the synergy together. I've never seen so much creativity in one army. And i feel like this is another army where people are just going to town. I've seen people wielding endless spells. I've seen people you know you wanna communities put some pretty cool models out there You know people painting really during the inspiration from like dungeons and dragons and mythology unified. Joins is giants starring giants. They don't have to be traditional flesh color. And i've seen some amazing conversions where people have like cut up the model and it's very early and it's got tentacles they've gone and made it undid like dake has got a very cool on dead version which has guts hanging out and very zomba fide dog and so i think for me will probably in probably now off cove as well. It's kind of like what i'm one of offering an army right now is very different is am i chasing the meta with shoot hostile kerogen overloads. A crazy mortal wound dealing limit. Probably knocks so i think this is scratching a lot of choosen to answer hoops question as well in the chat but when it comes to timelines and projects. I think there's been a couple of things for me with my projects. I got really excited about playing sedition ymer fantasy and there's an opportunity to play. I'll play all night army. And i was really excited because the reward is to play with the models on the day and i think once that event got cancelled unlike well. What's the point. And obviously the point could be. I could complete it. And then i was like well like i don't have a deadline at have a goal. I could do it lighter and other things just got kinda privatized. And i don't know i need some type of deadline. Someone who paint an army At midnight the night. Before the event. But i do like to have a hot golden So so it was hoops. This question in full Operate so hoops it off nutrition and said a defining made a loose detail in order to get the project finished by a reasonable time or is there enough time because You push back further. Okay interesting. I always prank to one. Standard side are that unfortunately it doesn't apply to have like a standard and are compiling decently to that standard in a quick time. Sir just smashed stuff at. I think i think part of the challenge that i've had i've really enjoyed converting so my was converting some scourge run a chariots using what line kit so backing freight field. So i had guys on the back. I was using a white line sharia so i was trying to bring in the lore of actually in my chariots and because i'm converting kids keep bashing in green stuffing old textbook that takes time that tights bits and i think it was that pot that got stoled where The line comfortable the grain stuffing here a copy the during this I think that was kind of way the stolen happens. Credit put paint on a on a spot. I'm feeling good. I'm feeling good. There's a lot of cool stuff coming down the line. The narrative is is starting up again. Vince coming people didn't think i'm sending negative. I just from me. I'm feeling rejuvenated with events and hamas on parade and an army. I think partially as well. If god's were released in april. May i probably would have felt this way in april-may been waiting for them so long. You were just so hyped. And then they were coming. We don't want to invest too much money. 'cause you like aw any day now. The god's will come the the daughters of cain models of looked really cool. And i've liked the band but it's just like what what why bother gaga gaga coming. And then i had an order of of man crushes way just as as as they got released announced. I put it in order of six. Oh six boxes. Oh it was five boxes of the single mangan's and my order was confirmed and it never came cancelled so it was just like these kicked getting calls it. They just just kicked further down the road. But i'm going to move forward. Because i don't wanna talk about that anymore because otherwise it sounds negative but what has been happening is i have had some local store tournaments as well so you mentioned the hall of heroes of had a couple of pickup up games just getting to practice days benji by the white else talking about earlier and it's been awesome. It's been really cool. Getting games out. people places of being courted safe. Which been great People keeping distance people not touching other people's models not touching people's dis I'm wearing a mosque You know just just things to keep out ourselves safe and it's been good to play again. I i'm sick of talking about how it's been awesome to actually play fair enough So in the so. I came third store tournaments so as tournament at twelve people. A third only lost benji by one. Victory point killed my life but it was a cool. I got to play. Veggies mortis pretoria. And i got to play a hell doc. L. cities of seek moss. Alex murray at those very interesting. And then i also played Something of gotten what. I played on joe's or walk the walk to play so it was very cool. It was interesting to say. I think the the trump people are gonna find when you stop playing against the sons of came out. Is that the big guys. Aren't you the damage. The little guys Good for losing. We'll play if you don't post your loss That's how i but look. It was my my sick into full games with with with the sons. I'd love to see how they respond to a few armies character overloads for example the change host. Some of those high amish shoot cost is certainly know where i can hide my boys but also things like mutt hodge. Because i've got a lot of high damage off the back of high rent. I do worry. Do worry how. I will handle that type of army. Yeah and it'd be interesting once. Once people start getting reps in with them couple of a couple of weeks probably by the end of the year will have a better idea at least in new zealand so saying of how they day in the month all have at least a hundred tournament my slave like a full two thousand twelve minutes to say we are at forty players so it should be a good sprayed. We'll have you know well. We've got the may on that chiro. You'll have chris welfare. You'll have some of the measured gaming boy. Said it'll be a good competitive crowd us well yet talk to you replace. Yeah but now it looks as being good. I've been playing games played I played the store tournament the month before we did joseph mock which was just fantastic running a whole obvious quick. You know what. It's lucky rains at relax. Fum fum is the word and chaotic. What have you been up to So i will in the right hand side there as myself playing against macron from filed charge. A bit of a. I go with my. Ob a- Against he was running at cone with big dragon. Boy you can see in the back bay That was quite interesting. He is quite tough to deal with as ova like. Ns as such a big model in such a big base and he has a knicks rate cost aura. And it's just yeah it was. It was interesting. I think if i would've because it was the first game i've ever played With the i. I think in a couple of games time once. I'm a bit more personal. The rules of motivation bit different but unflashy lost And then obviously there on the left is manfred from my right flight Who went to a couple of so one day as recently once. Some once. Favorite omni awards Though it though it was really cool project to do but the army itself played not well like it just. It was very much a full of function me. The stoller substance select. Who what can i make this into. What can i use to be party. And this an end in the end. Okay so i have a cutoff. Hated a bit of like skeleton kind of hanging out. Yeah yeah. It was all about the conversion project Rather than have functioned on the tabletop. Really hardly not regret this decision to sell it Let's say Caches the second. All the nixed. Broken realms disinfect. Cool synergies elec- man. We should sell that because it is cool lobby is. It's going. I think it's gonna guy and baylock a feature army at an f. Right so it's pretty cool so we'll have live beyond me in may do a project finish. It applied a little bit on a moving on. Same with my squeaks. my base. Whatever i've still got legions stuff here. busted arkan. Still jump on at easley. Don't worry do you think agents are going to get something because we kinda going now into broken realms that are a little bit yeah it's good. It's been good again. I think Getting offensi- has really boosted the spirits. And i do feel bad for anyone who is currently in down currently not able to play danes and hopefully just know that by hanging in your day will come. Things are coming and it'll be well worth the white. That's i am super excited to start. Seeing things come back. Unfortunately cancun been canceled for the upcoming year system. Like we have a lot of big tournaments coming but we kind of starting to say Store events twenty man events thirty man events zane the bendigo boys starting to put on some small events. I think the borderline gaming guys putting on small events so it's starting to compensate these ten fifteen twenty twenty-five player events starting to pick up and hopefully with steam with some moms some things going are white will continue to build of time yup different co well into the topic to say should be should. We get started Burn rounds let's break those rooms show. Yeah really have i. What have i forgotten something. Is you being hopefully cryptic just stolen. Chain screens are doling before we took into broken realm. So i guess. Maybe i'll get your your observations in a second with what your thoughts are like. What do we know so far when it comes to broken realms but before we do that i wanted to highlight something that i was super excited to see this morning. And that is this article. When i first saw these audible come up. We'll have a community. I thought the just another another dodgy. Sales what is this. Like bo raises the visit your star rating it. Okay cool as a games workshop. Guy and then i read this little piece here that i wanted to highlight. It's like a free model with every month on. What what what is this. And then i'm reading it further says. Just stop by your local. We'll have a store in osc say this month for the month of november. You get a free which of and what. What is that a regular. Which i at out of underworld so something i look. I'm not. I'm not one hundred percent and asked that the shelf range. These might be especially built which elf maybe the chat can tell me if this is a existing model as a purpose built model but i was talking to the discord and i was thinking in reminiscing At the time maybe you and ivory. I got studying to end how frequently what wolf used to have a free model united free. Nick ron the middle net. Krong the free osorio the free is it a new of the The sword the hyde mercenary Emo- time we've had a free slowed appraised we've had a couple of free models but rayleigh have we. We haven't really seen any free moles for awhile. And it took me back Autumn's telling me it's a regula which elf and and what's really cool though is that stores up putting Little painting competitions as well when it comes to this model so it took me back to a time where we used to get a whole bunch of free models in it and it can be that one model that kicks your new army so obviously the south tactic is there. But i no i didn't i didn't i went looking on community today to look at barking road stuff to make sure i was brushed up on it for Discussion and just kind of phrased pasta this Gay i remember getting like afraid. Terminator and stuff like that and on the cover of white dwarf and things said this is all well and good but w stars famous wi fi fi. I'm not driving Chill got one ten minutes away. And i'm going there anyway to saturday for broken realm so so that was really cool. And they're doing some things he that if you I think each month can have these little coins If he spent what sounds like the equivalent of a stop collecting box in proxy to have to buy stock collecting box but I think was stock clicking boxes heat what hundred sixty eight hundred hundred sixty year in that ryan fifty sixty bucks The conversion numbers that given here australian. They've given some numbers for other countries. Like one hundred. Usda and things but long story short Each month. It looks like there's going to be some coin. Responses month is themed photos of cain assist. You'll kind of thing and you thinking about buying some product Whether the stock collecting or combat control patrol whatever it might be Some cool little tokens will come your way as well is going to be six of them. six different coins sayings cope. Let's go do like that. They've put conversions in there all the countries that don't actually have opened stores at the moment Sort of as of today but with down here enjoying l. Open stores and stuff dr conversions for us. If i was gonna spend a hundred sixty bucks all dot collecting box. I would absolutely would love his token Is this token enough to go out and buy a whole bunch of stock collecting boxes every month. Probably not but it's a national thing for free And the other thing free. Is that this little these ideas. I it was interesting thing. Is that if you buy ten. Hanes she get on free so mitchum mix and match deal so if you're gonna go in again by bud tin paints whether it's contrast withers medals whether it's you base colors You buy your whole bunch of paints. You'll get you'll get one free. So stop badgering a guy. Buy something from gw. Yeah absolutely if you've if you'll gw stories your local doctors two things also especially with the amount of stuff that's going to be coming out sign with break around says. We'll get into shortly but tom. Yeah i mean we. We don't know the process of broken rooms just yet. But if you buy a kit and broken rome's that probably pushes you into the coin range and to answer one question from the chat is. How much do you have to spend you get sick. Subjective mockus the coins So they free. If about the the the to get six of those coins lots look so you don't have to spend Coins of free. If you make a purchase said the purchase value is about one hundred and fifty one hundred sixty. We'll have to wait for confirmation for australia's price or new zealand's But if you you spend the equivalent of a stock collecting box That price tag. It does come with your purchase. So i guess for six months year bet to buy six stock collecting boxes. All one hundred fifty bucks give or take eight hundred. Two thousand dollars They're expensive addicted. Marcus i met. I imagined i want six daughters kind. One at below question is ziggy by egan by one for me. But they would be. That would be actually cool objective. That was actually what i was thinking. When i first saw that. I thought that would be a cool objective. Marco that's fair. I'm not going to put in a this box and showing my friends and family when they come around at christmas time. I'll look at my rathi collecting point. Do you not do that well. I don't want people coming to my house anyway. I'm kidding why doesn't get displayed inside the house here It's all here in the garage yet. Not a limited cabinet. So i said he works if you ought in an area where is one of stories available. Obviously forever rule I don't know how it's gonna work with how fell friends fell. Don't get some some tokens. But anyway i thought nonetheless if you're going to buy something This was a nice thing to to the offering. I thought the the which shelf is well was again. Something cool Took me back to a time where we get to paint. I've been on off the that That under welds doors of cain will then for a while so this will stop the itch and it may may be happy just finding one all actually my credible rational against by that under wells and then maybe get suckered into the shadow in pain speaking to people who have painted which ills that you'll find one and then you go and buy anything else like for your final at flesh and the gold bengals and stuff like that are you'll your in your by like storm cost Flesh anymore affair. Look look look contrast paint as well has come out so I know some people were paying like one hundred hundred twenty which pre pre contrast again. I think Anyway we've talked too much about this. I'm i think it's a cool thing if you are around If you do have a local workshop or a store might be something you wanna go visit over the weekend Not seven hours away. In fica free which justifies a civic drive narc absolutely. Not and i. I good frame. Gabe is saying who spends one hundred and fifty bucks a month right right. I feel like he's justifying yet and they're these people from a flex in the chat and was like i spent grand in las two weeks. That's not good that's not healthy buffet on. I have as well with lets. Let's like to fifth but that was that was. I haven't made a major purchase against workshop for a while. And that was my beak. Like just drop the mic. And i probably won't spend a lot of money for a while but then some something like pains to catch me. I'm going to cry. Birkin rome's street broken rooms. What is it. What do we know why. Why are you excited. What wasn't main like what's you'll you'll take so far and there's been a lot of hot takes we actually know anything other than the wo- come articles at a lot of speculation but what we know so far in. And what does it. So main to agency reuters broken realms as sam bicycle going to be a narrative event that pushes the agency mass setting forward and the story forward in such a way that i'd like this discussion about what it's all sitting out full but we're getting some story progression. Which is something that will come to love. I imagine in age. Sigma the fact that we are several hundred years in the future compared to where we started the game five years ago In our the stories progress things have changed. Cities have risen that the stuff i feel like with had the necker quite can endless spells and all that stuff and i think that burkan rooms is going to be the next jump in the next. The style of the knicks storyline Obviously in this first one rathi is being a bit naughty and Tracing actually trying to replace kind But i feel like if the the was a series of books in forty k. Leading up to the new edition called psychic awakening. And what that was that. Drive the story forward and gave all of the army's something awesome as part of the story. I should got cool. Characters came out so that got new rules and things like that And i feel like this is probably this is our version of that are feel Hitting packs into additional paps just a new paradigm Sigma so there is a lot of speculating. That a new has been For awhile now that there will be a new edition. It seems like games. Workshop is currently in a three cycle. So we know the last edition. We had two thousand eighteen which was the sole walls where we had not stone cast. We haven't seen on cost updated since that point And ironically enough. We did have a running joke for some time whereas don't cost basically a battle almost every six months but then we have really seen anything for a while and people have been speculating that That twenty twenty one come june. Which is the the new financial year for games workshop. could be the time that we see third edition And for anyone who is a forty k. Playoff they were. I believe nine books There were nine sock awakening books that were kind of lead up to to the release of what we now know is thirty two which is happening so when i really loved about sake go whitening and i don't know if we'll get that but there were new models released as well was a package of exactly the term but there was a an l. you now Walking the cat's in the big long trail they was sentenced soliciting as well with some Deaths from The before the full that was from when they introduced into eight so sake whitening divers things like an updated. Fabius updated ragnar. That's like it is a little more. They got boxes motives and i remember them getting models. I remember getting them. Something obviously makes about my timelines but getting snuff- and it seemed like i got everyone got something. It was a bit of like You could update you get an update. And i always is already asking. Do you think we're gonna see manfred getting a full-scale update or are we going to see him. Stay being you. Can bain people out of the chat right We're definitely seeing broken rome's manfred coming dohrn they will. We'll see manfred ascended but so basically we have a bunch of books. Say if you're wasn't covid. And i think a go to the website so in marathi we can have a couple of faction in covid doors of cain. We can have cities of seek ma. And we've got a cool new allegiance a city. That is kind of a spied around. I guess a doc else. Build a named sorceress on black dragon which is going to be awesome We do have a storm. Cost army and We can go the rules in a minute but the storm cost actually gonna have like a one in four cities of seek mall so it's almost like a bit of a reverse of the way cities work client if it doesn't quite work by some what we currently know they'll be like these combination of cds and stone cost undisturbed coastal agents. We've also got some rules for slaves to darkness and we've also got some items deep. Kim and we know that opportunity is gonna get a couple of rules updates as well so not only. Are they going to be new. Sub allegiances potentially new audifax potentially new rules. But we're actually seeing some wall scrolls rewritten all. But some i think though use this opportunity to plug gaps where like on our good army. There's just more scrolls that just need to be a bit adjusted to make the book. Internally bounced aimed dial donor lace a whole book for us to do that. So this is an opportunity to just plug those gaps until Another two years down the line or whatever win on get a book And i think the city stuff is really cool because that that had kind of setup. The city's book such that. You could save them doing this that that would come back in those days halls and give us six cities and stuff so by the way the chat seems to be enjoying that you school being forty gay. I haven't my k. Since like fourth edition as do gold medal sisters they guys retirement fund guys. But you have been playing forty all. I'll take that one on the chin are just kind of stay crystal lowe and stuff like that forty k. Unemployment very often. I zero fs to forty guy So basically wig away basically getting soko acting Which was which is going to be cool Hopefully we don't get knowing books. 'cause that was crazy that will come out like once a month once every couple of weeks. Seventy dollars book Bought it's cool. That army's getting love without having to get a new battle time and that so we've got stuck up and there's a lot of speculation. I know these at these pace of odd at really create some speculation. Because you will notice for anyone with a observant. I you will see big marathi and little marathi in the same picture and would just like wait. What you can't do that. It's either beagles small and when you start kind of looking into this and thinking about how marathi modest send and the alliance the alliance but I guess the story progression with cain we start to potentially see a new version of marathi comes through this book and a lot of speculation that we can have both models on the table same time. That's not speculation. That's in a community article are the of disgruntled the one. I'm trying to build to spain. Go tabs here in chronological order. And that's going to dan the clobbering then. I was going to go into the rules. But you'll ruining christmas. Clint dr. It's doctors first warning this morning. Don't be building suspense on something that you're to pay off in about ten minutes like there's no point people know people know already not revealing Lineup i'm calling. Liam say all right all right cool. We fall christmas there. As i will have a community article talking about having marathi talk that long story short there is a new book coming marathi very very cool A nostril trae law. That is it. I really enjoy them videos. When morath very fist come out on the battle time videos were very very cool. Captured our imaginations are member of cancun was a caller. Id people will kind of surrounding these video sharing cancun. Yeah on the friday. Friday before yeah So anyway long story short we know that and then we started getting this article and they said that they'll be Sharing the short stories on a regular basis. I think they said monthly afford lightly The exact timeline but the first story very similar to remind me of milan potent sir leading into social woes. We had this little campaign kobe. Line portions malign sorcery below importance. Which is instead of stories that they had leading into this. I guess narrative Campaign where we go to trial is now we now know his command looking here for both the white the to play with the stratagem command points system that we didn't previously have. Did you get a chance to rate the short story. Clint now. I haven't read the short story yet. Sorry that wasn't on the required reading for the for the episode or will make sure to tell you what to do in future but is there a really crucial story about Auks so It says don't quite about I was going in thinking it was going to be about Doors of came but actually It's short little. It's a couple of pages. So i'd highly recommend checking that out in her nose if he's going to main we're going to get some nine all characters or what they're doing or if it's just some fun but if you keep an eye out for war we'll have a community or you can sign up to a newsletter and you get a day or two in advance so keep an eye after that cool. Yeah and that. Use the the malloy important stories to kind of just as in some little stuff that was coming and and there was stuff in milan. Important stories that didn't have payoffs for months Until months afterwards which is really quite cool. Because i think that sort of taste ordinance in there in all sorts of stuff. Well i remember admitted they had they had a story I'm biased. Because i'll always remember the story without where it was a a man any sun Defending their house. I think it was notable or noble rot basically And the storm cost coming to a house in basically killed these obvious men in each child and it was really about any kind of showed off these different starts. Stone cost where they're not the good guys they've order and if they see someone who's got nichols wrought they gonna kill them instead of letting nichols route spread. They kill a human a cd of seek mob person. yes but was it in the Was it because it was right. Yes so he cities dockside of load as cool stories that they kind of got out from Milan pollutants yes absolutely. It was the sort of we had shown the. Irs one and then we kind of had this slide into iowa's terry where it just got daca and then Social whitney Those tickets don't crossed. And i thought that they like the fanatical kind of just scour the whole village crowded thirds. And if you not into reading reading black library books soy features. What like a bit of a short burst. Maybe something quick for a train ride or whatever it might be Things have been great. These are being really cool. And they'll be more to come for white tab now. We got some roles all right. He is his the rural hayes. Clinton ruining christmas. So we had the roles and We started going to be a a snake paik when it comes to Some some of what's coming about. So what have we learned so fast that we had bit of a build when it comes to I guess i knew madurai A snake based focus and really comes no surprise given that shadow and pain is built out of snakes as opposed to a which builds yet coach collectively the snakes and the The i in the motorcycle Bone and the hull and that this is like i love it. It's like this is miraculous like shadow ops temple As she's these these who she gets to do daywear in get rid of Opposition and things like that so this was sort of just hearing about them now which is really cool. And i liked defy pressing on those on those refaeli unique sets of units yet. It's interesting because i think people got surprised with the new under both will band which was Morale fees models. But you're white sick and this is malaria and this is going to the new version of the shadow. Elves spots you can kind of save is little migration of the lord kind of they. Not separate up at rather. There's a bit of synergy between the two. The woke woven. Yeah i'll try and figure out what you meant. Yeah kane underworld That the new one out and the neighbor really playing the shadow the shadow lord is the shadow experience in having some teleport shenanigans as well. So your we got to say. A new version of our new battalions could say. I thought was quite interesting to second to shrines to blood wreck shrines. What is going on here. So we start to see. We got some new battalions as we kind of stopped progressing into obviously. This is contextual right. We don't have all. The information is just a sample into the rule. So we know exactly how they will get a play about Then we've got these essentially these drug lord on calling it drug load. the basically. I thought this was quite interesting. That you've now got not cortex coming into play yet Miss taylor is. It's been mocked on the map facilities the sigma further wall. So it's good to see a like you can see that they're going to go back and they've gotta fill in these random places when neetu and things like that so yeah it's cool. It's like because god's already like black market and slightly dodgy and whatever and miss taivon is like the people who to dodgy for annual god guards mistreated and we sold our soul bound so bound. Yeah the pj that that really started creating more cds of seek ma that we didn't know about. I think probably the most famous that people might have heard of is is broad spe- But there's a whole bunch of other cities taivon is one of those so whether it's gonna be through white wolf chronicles whether it's going to be three things like The broken rome's i liked the idea of being able to bring together all Some need different. Cd's that allows you potentially to play your differently. I know this speculation. I can't remember if it's actually in a row. But i know there's a lot of speculation. Awesome people praying that there might be a one in four daughters of kane in the saami or something like that. So when surprise me Because the living city which is silvana and timber star. Which is kyle and things like that. So it wouldn't surprise me if they just give that little bit of a nod bought. It really depends on the narrative because if if morality is like discuss stop wiping off the map in really have those kind and maybe not maybe not but hey back in one the fantasy days. There was a sub allegiance or an allegiance cult of sluggish where it was a combination Damon ed's and dick was mirafiori the jobs so who knows maybe there is some hot pot pot of the story where the chills are in partnership with the city's for some reason and that allows you doc applies to bring your forces back together as opposed to having to split focuses pretty much yet or gaming is sort of said that there's a battle plan mentioned on one of those contents. I just called the fall of God do i think it'll will be destroyed or just sort of sacked a bit. I think that they would destroy it. 'cause there's an awful lot of build up on it like they've just released book banned for info got so i. Reckon it'll probably get messed up a lot but it won't be gone. I think cindy full games to me. That culture slash was conned. No it's not record if it stays in my heart and i've still got the old of stupid. The old books Copyrights calling yet yet. But just shows you the the opportunity to i mean back in the diabetes to be played. Fledglings they were some crazy ideas so again. You know what we know today is which of there is no reason why couldn't be brought into a series of seat ma all some type of Regained kale's like who knows the story can take us wherever wants to take us Stone cuss one is certainly an interesting one Hot takes he will not takes but my takes would be It doesn't quite work the way if you these sequel playoff it doesn't quite work the same way. So if you are a seat by you would know that one in every four of your models or your units can be a storm cost and they gain. The keyword of that cd said at stole costs would become a hello hot. A tempest die whatever it might be engaging those rules basically currently know about the storm cape One in four units can be. Cd's of seek. Ma they get a boost in bravery if they'd near liberate they can benefit from a command ability from the battle. Time stole cost tunnels But we don't know how interacts with things like pres- other rules. It's gonna come down to. How old are things wetted. I think it's going to be one of those things that people will sit down. And i'll have the city's book in they'll have the stone costs book and will figure out how the match up on what the best cross pollination is And we could also like dismount this these array type two right. they're not direct book extracts. If mark there might be extra wording there might be a little bit different. It has happened before Sorry it's cool. I like it matches alot. The artwork had the oldest storm cost and the united flatulence following around sigma matches. The think about three years ago. Three years ago we had those those cities of sigma boxers released during fi- storm and the whole had a a bunch of storm costs There was a dispossessed version. So it a bunch of wolves and stone costs and because it was like a fifty fifty bucks. You never could run it the way that the box was created. This analogy Comb a unless you've played foster or you brought him is Doing mixed mixed order. I think for me. Like the very first thing people talking about getting i in drake's into angles of of health and hammering double tapping drake's in a hero phase and Right now it doesn't look like he can do that on sir. Well currently we know but it doesn't look like right now. There's any reference to say. Get the angles k. Would but neither they might be some combination. And i know when. I was talking to dr watson. Struggling to find a couple of ways that you can bring those those together without the keywords. There's not a lot of higher economy used to be up to buff or the unit. It's now sees zeke mall. So i think there's three heroes be caught a found at the time that would benefit cities that is. What else is coming. So it's interesting. That i talk about storm cape sins if so one in every four four units stolen keep army storm cost tunnels stone. Keep so it's probably once again. It's a subset. And whether they get the storm hosts 'cause like stone. Custodial still army everything in that army gets the the harvest right sire. If you appointing citi stuff into the i eat would get like into the proper army it would get keyword but but they sound like they're separate type of army look we will find out probably in a couple of days and we'll look crazy 'cause we've talked for so long about it's the economy man. I'm emirate volk eventually. But i think some people really creative juices flowing. Think about in a wait. Wait we see these players cool. Let's bring some stone cost units. And i think now for cheap screens for this cool things you can bring into your stone cost. Oxidant might diversify the the built in speaking of diversifying. I think the thing that has probably most people's interest is hashtag shocked and that is not only. Are we getting some cool new roles foale deep kin but we are going to get some wall. Scroll rewrite said if specifically said i think is full different whole schools being rewritten. That's gonna be great as well. We're going to see some cool things and some buffs to ella pixes. So shocked meta is back ben. Bonetti is leading the charge and has been for a number of us all absolutely. His army weren't change. It'll just get really awesome so that they're updating bartha. I've lungs that pixes. and avoidance. I i with a the stuff in the book. That wasn't quite as good as the your eels. And you're killing kings and stuff like that they just have to take them up just a notch and i think our role the are methylated will be in a really good place. Then and i think we'll sail variety and lists so that's really cool. Just i think we need maybe a tweak in maadi falls maybe tweet them slightly miami yet plot tweaked by size i think is what the issue i can't see a great rebasing of the qin. Maybe just rain maybe was range to weapons might be selling than than rebuilding and then and then lost and finally the army that created so much rage on the internet that is the darkness and the reason there was a lot of rage was because off this rage or was it really was it rage amusement all though some slice place may like wearing my roles. You said roles And as you look at these Chat hilmi whiz slaves. The dock mris The correct it's it's not there it's clearly it's clearly mistake. The loss to page one one six and page one nine are sliced. The darkness is clearly a mistake. Dan this has given us a bit of an insight to what is actually gonna common. You can start to see. As you've mentioned levine. I don the idol lawns. The ala the mount trait coming five deep keno thinkers raised a few eyebrows. We start to see this storm. Keep battled traits the one of the stone cape would probably saying some battalion ta the garrison the patrol the brotherhood He studied to see you. Start to see a Ninth characters as well on the source on the black dragon becomes a named character Again we say you some really really cool things coming about. There's a page page. Forty six and page ninety eight. You see these moretti. Dash cain which people like what. Yeah part arc going to be cool You can see they've got the different battalions and bits and pieces in the At giving us a hint of what's coming yet and then oversleep did that. Page up a mocked up the the full meeting of the of the slaves units stock right there at the end of our net taken. Sire i i think for me one of the interesting ones that i really wanna know what this page on each patient on the eight a battle off dates. What is that. is it nanny. I don't ninety six will start star ninety ninety two to ninety six so spotlights true myths pages in the book I imagine. I don't know whether the because we've got other. Whoa stroke pages listed lighter are. It'll be interesting whether they sort of more summaries of what's going to happen or these rules replaced the rules in your book. Kind of explanatory stuff sire. It's i'm guessing it's probably terrified. Look at the rules. The mocked the truck off some of the white dwarf rules way. They've said like for example. These rules replace the loon shrine. That's in your time. Potentially that could change. We could get spells. Audifax could be a bunch of things that will be coming. But i think for me when i look at this. If i'm cds storm caused kim slaves or daughters. I am optimistic. And then i guess on looking at people in the chat talking about talking about the People like you. Who are you know nick cash. I was really surprised when i looked. I looked at the the generals hamble and saw not love to to the gash thought. Wait a second. Is the love to legions of negash rush We can only assume that it's coming. It's gonna come and probably nick ashen. And and he's army. He's not haunt he's. Rv are fleshy. Dakota they don't quite negoti. Wigan ac- sylvan against the base basic chaos. We're gonna see you know we're going gonna see all these always fit into equivalent books. We story progression. Yep just On the The updates. It's a it's a heading and then daughters canaan stuff on Nathan subheadings so it's just the start of that section so agents. It'll be interesting. i could just be. It could be actually be something more i think. Just don't know. I reckon eric quarter of this book is going to be out and photography. Maybe a quarter between quarter on third. Reckon why people get to look at it right. You know we've got At least fifty percents Seventy percent sixty percent somewhere around them as i'm throwing numbers up right now. I haven't actually done. It was like seventy percent of the time. I write all the time that We all saying a good combination of art rules and and stories. And i think you know because things battle plans as well. I'm curious about some of the new realms of better roles he can say page seventy six does have browns of battle so Is all good is actually Is the rooms of battled bringing to the table. Yes i think they've got a couple of days at certain places within sorry about that Set places with the ogre Karston actually which is way ambu got his side. Maybe it's just more specific roams about. Oh for that part of the realms full use in the white looked like campaign system in there as well. So i think if we laid off psychic awakening those books were about sixty percents. I mean give attack some books so it would mir space marines those a whole bunch of different things. But you know you're at least getting fifty percent. If not a much higher number of stories and art so i think this is not a book. This is going to be superseded in six months. Time with the new addition. I think you're gonna get something to put on your show for a while. Yep absolutely extend the other diet to start put all these always in. Do you think D think that the books will be old tied. Into god's like how do you think the other books are gonna come about. Do you think it can be based on you. Know obviously moralities a first right. Are we just going to say alario. Goal kamoga nick gash. Seek them all now like how do you. How do you think the other books get come about like. What did you have any predictions. So god yet. And we don't know if she becomes god it might become a Going off what the conscious of the pantheon. She's a big. She's a big player and i think it'll be books based on big plays in the In the chat somebody was talking about unit. Broken rooms goal drek and i think that's probably a good shot because he is a big. He's god but he is the dude. As far as our oakland guy are having like an entire grant alliance lineup behind him is not unto like it's not unrealistic Look identical be. God's i think that limits you a little bit because there's a heck of a lot of order gods and coyote like and then you've got the five chaos codes But you have one destruction and death and like its. You're going to get on the a couple of books out of that and your stories. Bit limited sire. I think it's interesting as well because People are speculating. How people at least hoping that we start to see more More named characters coming out. So correct me if i'm wrong Do so does. Aw saw they some the dock elf on black dragon We've we've gotten her name. And i know some people. Hopefully speculating. we start seeing more of these dame characters whether it's a a named loon. Boston mangles wake a named frost lord on task. All you know austin on the socratic yet on it's every from autumn just made up my life easier that's the name you pronounce it But that's out of character. That's coming from the The sorceress on black dragon. So who knows what those ruled look like how they interact bits. I think people in the community have been begging foldable. Bina characters more named characters We may start to see those coming out of these books. Maybe but they're also just rebadged kits. Turn our so you saw those full full boxes that are coming out alongside this day. Is the one with the dragon. This storm crossed one. Am i jumping ahead I didn't think i've got that That pay job yet. There is. I think it was like the this is. What's coming next weekend Isla but they're just like in the boxes. It's a it's a dirge. Oh i think it's a little and then the next book is the all souls or on black dragon in the next book. Season the dirt on the back of cows charite. So they're just giving names to the same kids conflict that did do you remember in the room get was we had like goddess steel and then the model that they used for him was just the lowest painted differently. I think that might be doing that again. But it might be like. I've interpreted i've interpreted. As as like prince four dry where imprint for dry was introduced pilot on dragon but with a with a head swap or a kit bash from the existing kit. You now have name diversion. And i've i've always wondered why there is named lord the the god on on starting hone or a thunder task white appraisal appraisal. Some type of named character using existing kit. So i'm wondering maybe if this be sorceress on black dragon is a named version. And i dunno i dunno. Obviously it could just be a name like there are the kids that we're talking about how It could be just using a pot of the that changes the from traditional model to a named character. I think in the having a lot of fun with the different books you know my my favorite would be broken realms johan from it's interesting you bring up vo dry but i don't think i've done something similar to void right before or after not is this weed. He's this weird little blip where they're like well we'll just but he's not even specifically a build of that kit hayes just a third on zombie dragon. So they've not didn't do anything before that. And i didn't do anything after that it's really hard. The the blood secret peloquin quickness as well the again same kid on a bit like they used the existing kit to create something special. that wasn't previously. There was no blood singer. Quinn full agents now was but it's also not great so at least is good. The point is is we may see some named characters that might just be using existing kids. We don't know stop doing. The potential equipped happen. It might not have been but it could happen. You're always running things. Well on the rocks in might have to actually go to the chat and see how i feel about you and how you'll performance so far. Do we need to have a performance management meeting such salesperson. But like these the new kids i think for anyone who's thinking about picking up an army. Oh maybe kind of getting something for christmas may be signed to think about maybe the next full snee- new emu army or maybe just putting the dipping their toes in the water and maybe painting some deep kim for the first time. Maybe they don't want to fully commit to an avi but just painting something up These they could work in your favor. Yeah i Arm of Tony you the other day. That rerating black pike nor was it something like play guarded like god that one thank you Too many plagues and unlike saupiquet on stone costs at the moment. So maybe that's don't cuss books will find its way into my mom's Who knows again. I think i saw his humble bumble bumbled humboldt bundle has a black black library audio dramas up as well if you don't wanna use audible credits There's some other ways to access the low differently and there's some good ones enough as a very good ones. We also got the shadow of paintbox coming. This way which. I think could be interesting. I think the daughters might be popular and sluggish won't be bit of a hard sell for some people certainly most people i'm seeing are asking for the the the okay side could be good way to start a you slash shami On the cheap. They are feel like the facebook bar. Swap sales are going to be full of davidson charrette's very certain Wants people grabbed at that. The new character on foot for the slash But the the dot is a kind side. Looks exactly what you would want to stop the that new temple that marathi sort of started and years thought collecting box to get yourself a wreck shrine. Get yourself a medusa a now. You've got a character in here as well you can get yourself another meduse. Saw the why you can kind of be false at quite significantly Wasn't a good box if you're going to go all doty's yep absolutely and apparently the pricing is k. As well so. I've heard i haven't heard of price i've had just as good and who knows like anna's luther sitting the chat knows if the it's probably really good shot is potentially the next Could be the broken rome slash potentially finally breaking out of an shadow or could be totting to take less again very similar narrative. On on how that's gonna work. Yeah that's actually. Good outlook could because generally these boxes tie in to two releases coming cy. Yeah very possible. him what what does all the shenanigans matthias polling at the moment. What does activity to the elven pantheon alliance that they kind of have a bit iffy and Enslin ish who is just pretending to be tied up. At the moment i think for me. This named character he these character that comes with the boxes. Interesting because curtin. If i'm wrong this is not daymond and we haven't seen really any mortal slash And it was clearly negated in the heat announcer slash folk. So is this the trigger for a mortal slash to come. And we'll these come from the new burkan realms quite possibly. Yeah he isn't a damon sired like e was. I remember when this was previewed on the geeta previews in it was a big deal that he was multiple. People are this. We're gonna get pot two of the book at some point sane sign. A lot of people are upset that they weren't name moral slash. Those wait a second later. This modal moral everything in every other god has a mobile version but there was no model slash and it seemed like dodging dodging the state. The question when it kept getting so Quit this baby. Introduction to the mortal slash Maybe maybe Or it could be coming in twelve months time. these could be the start or the indicator something coming loops. Got another shot the models in the woman that's coming out in Dark hasim yep. Well i mean we all say he could not come out of underworld so stu wedding on that. We've also got the global. Fridays and some things may never come out. Some things eventually will come out. Maybe this is testing the waters. It could be. I guess for may copious side to come is kind of what i'm saying. Yeah well this is mine line. This is a mainland pry. This is is Pro are it's it's definitely gonna be it's gonna late into something. Nukes recognizes confirmed mc hammer slash. I think it's more mad max The the big bad guy from the original mad max possibly yard slash copy. Mc hammer because he would want you to touch this rather than telling you not to take. The peds fickle took. Those patients checklist took the pants. Yeah but you know. I was saying you know another thing a character full. The medusa is wealthy very very cool bottles coming and who knows what else is coming. But i think if this is assigned to calm and we do get some more characters coming which we very very cool. I think i gained some people. What's the name characters. I think when we were talking about this off line. It's it feels like a bit of a refresh. The narrative i think We had so walls with introduced Malign sorcery who knows. Maybe one thing that. I've always been worried. A better orbit curious about is that they battling vortexes being out of stock for twelve months. It's not it's not illegal. It still wall scroll it still mentioned the generals hamble that the model is unavailable so i do wonder will broken rome's bring our next set of english spells all an equivalent. What else does it bring other than just rules. The court possibly who knows it's just we've got pots of one book now and trying to speculate for the knicks. Not quite twelve months It's but succeeded supersonic. I'm looking through the models looking through inch. it's a big spur for the maluso character to by the way it's compared to the sluggish. One like this just so much going on this lynch thirds like a leg on torso and put the other leg on and then the head and whatever and then. This is the pulse. Nightclub is looks like it'll take you all afternoon six cups kofi sack. It looks like the mold lines will wear. The joins are in england spotting and two point one thing. I've appreciated his. Just the cleanup is nearly at not nearly as much broken realms felix game this show. This chat is insane. They are making up things and being distracting but also being hilarious. Same time much love to you guys in the chat. It's necessary you will Back for the return But overall i think you know it was see some products some ideas and again. This is a lot of sales pitch at work against workshop. I think i'm just excited about seeing a new narrative progression. What comes that narrative. And how does it change the meta. How does it change the story. What does it mean for the different armies we all kind of strive through these these souls we strive for the artifacts seek mile from a we. We had the shackling slash. We've had all the stuff that's happened but the story hasn't really done much since like the sons of bamut haven't really interacted with the law. Luminous really hasn't really interested in daddy issues with deep kin that overall ticketless hasn't really done much has three hasn't really progress. Like i didn't feel like we've we've closed out soles at. I think we've moved into the whatever's happening next. We've kind of seen like these avoid. Yep absolutely i think we're gonna have ton of books that are going to do exactly that force and we're gonna say all of the different races get get a little bit of a taste. Yeah yeah the thing. Slot has has been helpful to ticket. More cross what's going on the timelines the realms of factions and i imagine again as more and more of these books. You clearly see that this is book one As more books come about we're gonna see these acting and and being fleshed out and Who knows what it means for different obvious for me love to see some love to silva to be chaos corn lesions they gush clearly glean spy. Kids i'd love to see you know obviously beginning a whole bunch of things. What twelve that. What does this mean for the bad moon given that the bad moon is in the realm of slash our. Yeah i don't know. I think quite possibly the get stuff that's been coming out maine's they might not get as big a deal in this on our on our. That's not going to be a popular take. Because they're are big army and people of all of the kids love craig's but i think perhaps with e kind of getting this pre broken rounds because they might not get as much attention in the books they probably gonna mind pot then they might be about the allegations and it might be more about the folks at as the owners but despite a fans would like some love i am. I think like inside cake awakening. I think there are a couple of factions that just got what offer rules Dot new rules as part of their overall campaign but that got what dwarf stuff book saw a look in. Not every obvious gonna get an equal. We've already seen the deep teams. Getting a whole bunch of additional school rewrites. Some of them are just getting a bunch of rules of a bunch of allegiances I think if i was if i was in seek ma fan and i'm interested in law. I think this is definitely that. I'd be picking up to at least explore. I think there's gonna be some things coming out bought But let's say what happens in see how the story progresses and then have it leads into iowa's three and speculation of how that might work in interactive just forty k currently in forty k. Is at an early indicator. Was that main for a storm. Cost to pull guys had an hour an update for awhile late. Them actually does for the first time ever. I actually do feel sympathetic for the storm. Cost two years two and a bit years. They haven't had a bull told shane fun. Playful lafayette if ice absolutely. Is there anything else about. We've broken rome's i think given what we know so far and it's been you know why i'm a weekly did an amazing speculation showed people got a lot of praise in hopes of what it's gonna look like for me like i'm open to the laura. I'm excited about the law. Very blessed in australia to have vince coming about speaking stocks. Actually put these roles on the table. But the same time received tabletop simulators. We want to see some of the stuff. I probably because it's low as many one of my biggest gripes with malign portent s- Which was probably the lost narrative off that we had properly We didn't get to sit in this space for a long time. Like you know. Malign pollutants was flashing the pain. We had him for about a month and it was kind of done. I feel like we've we've covered and no major. Jt's we're all striving towards we actually might get more people play the narrative and playing through the books Other than if you get that feeling but certainly for me. because i'm not focused on cancun. This was a different world. Sliding dole's moment i would be what three months out or less focused on getting a cancun tournament list. But because it's not really a goal. I can play through those campaigns. I'm not striving for for mazdas points. I'm not trying to go five. And i can just sit. Hey enjoy the narrative play through some of these missions and and and like most myself absolutely. It's going to have more breathing room. I think it's probably what you're sort of gay milan importance. Comment like january alongside lead to some cash and then we had. We knew about ios too. Long i feel like i feel like malaya's horton's had like a month low to and we got the four heralds and then it was i think much will we knew about i. Just not too in like macho. Hyper wind gusts. I repeated at a diptych on so kind of only had like a month later. So you're right ed. But we then didn't get irs to for another couple of months but nobody pilot attention to mow importance. Darty like i think seth coast. Jt use rules forbid at their event. They introduced credit. Because i had strategies that was the first time we introduced a stratagem command point system that we kind of know today was different. But but it's back in the seek my one only your general could activate the command ability and you can only do one per turn. So yeah bringing these demand points. And you know you're battalions giving command points. That was kind of introduced in milan portions and you're south because jay was probably one of the only major events that had tried to bring in that system to a major event. Yeah look push back on it for a variety of reasons but like milan. Potent didn't get any breathing space. So hopefully with the uae doing broken realms in that its progression of books people get to get involved a little bit more and i think it will touch more armies than me importance because my point is you got four herald models and ninety percent of it was death anyway. Like i'm not gonna complain. I love death but like broken rooms will be a bit more for everyone so yeah i play daycare a few of those games and he was really excited about playing them and i was just like i wasn't as excited being not identified at the time and i think you're right as well having nine Wall could be eight months or if should should Thirty shouldn't come in june which is a predicted timeframe. Being that were right now. That's eight months so we are gonna sitting his space for some time so a lot it will be tomlin's will be interesting and obviously affected by current events. But so we'll say but yeah i think we've got a a long time relatively to To appreciate these books will be Barron i think now. We've got maps as well. I think that will help seek efficiently at least make a map map guy. Yeah we've got places to Places to actually grandiose within the low any other hopes and aspirations from broken realms. I'll be going to buy it. I'll be going to pick up my free shelf as well for my. We'll have stole so i'll be definitely pre ordering these. Tonight's maybe next. Saturday we'll do a bit of hang out. All of the bulk mccann shadow. Something bit Any other things you thinking about anything. We haven't really spoken about when it comes to bergen realms not really think we've pretty much hamid the point harm How much would by looking forward to it. And what we think going to be the by more information that comes out in the next twenty four forty eight hours. Yeah there's a couple. A couple more articles. I reckon haven't told sal numeracy's gonna wear things like that which i said they would say I just know that when. I read that article first thing monday morning and this is coming out this weekend i dissent my local store message on my third. I need the book and on a need. New bug one miniature. That's coming like make sure on top of the list for that place i. I was surprised. I was expecting these more later in the month. I thought it was gonna be. Yeah i thought it was be much later in the month then Where it is now. But hey i'm i'm good. How the earlier. We get his first book the earlier. We get the rest of them. Do you think we'll get another one before the new year. Yeah i reckon market to to to as a stretch. Reckon we'll get another one. Yeah yeah. I probably every three weeks. 'cause there's still a lot of forty k stuff that the haven't brought at yet And they've kind of given us a road map of what forty k. Stuff's coming out i reckon we're going to have another extra book and then the may be turned. We'll say i think I think maybe the shot that look mentioned earlier that it could be sluggish. Book probably is a good cold ties into show when pain and then who knows maybe there will be another box said or there'll be a new set of kids will come out. Push christmas for that That money that that that sweet sweet christmas money that gains books. You'll want to take you all later when we come back from from christmas. Break so who knows. Maybe the knicks coach of the story off will come out christmas so Potentially could be the the the right book will we traditionally get Would traditionally get some ios releases in january that a fairly significant cy young move glimpse black kids. We've had noble. I think will come at around christmas One year as well so i gain of current events. Yeah will i think. Gw put out a thing this week. That said even though the guts into lockdown today They manufacturing is Affected at the. Ask the moment so i reckon disobeying Yet many meetings on that says had we continue to pump kits. Keep everyone happy in lockdown. Even if the worst happens look the way should hopefully still continue to get cool stuff. And as long as i can do that site. Fli the normal for it. Yeah i think yeah we we try to catch up to you know when i look at the games workshop website. A lot of things still currently out of stock. I was thinking about buying a fourth mega goggin store and the main crushes and got kids assault out so. I'm hoping that there will be a nice little Refresh to the stole leading into christmas. A lot of people are gonna have things like. We'll have more on christmas list so who will be big race stocks. We can fill out those christmas. Lists this Yeah there was a recent article. Say that the stores were closing down in. Some of those caveat affected areas of the uk. For example i think america may be Quote me on that. The manufacturing side would not be stopping at this point sir like i said as long as i could do that safely. That's awesome cold. I've i've probably run out of things. I wanted to talk at this particular point and Probably a lot of cool things we can talk about. I think maybe as the story progresses and we learn more about broken realms of what it actually means actually coming down to the table. Yeah i think we'll have more to discuss it right now. Just just picturing that like every every day on the sigma psi. Like every month is like we're just talking about the knicks book and progression. Could just spend discharge just talking broken rooms for well. It's good that actually brought this out just before arab third so we all going to be doing these monthly Seeing how we go in her noisy mortar. Talk about We came maybe increased. Sharp expected this the first thursday of every month if people wanna watch and learn more about clinton Hang out with clean clothes. You are doing hubby hangouts. On twitch on tuesday dip Hobie heralds over on twitch twitch tv heralds a wool. I thirty pm queensland time which is jammed inane Every tuesday Which i think is like tuesday morning for the uk And then i'll probably pop up on mike sunday afternoons and do some random ones and stuff like that as well. Yeah and you. Is that god's cleaning on my schedule so i don't have a schedule. I just whenever they whenever against god insecure guest But the cool thing is well as you might have noticed that my his talking toys of probably reduced in the last month and that is because obviously burkan robes. Come up so. I wanted to kind of hold out and talk about the daughters. Talk about the newsletter. You know all the things that are coming darkness stolen cost said knowing that these these will coming up the deny that we'll get cool guest talk through the various build so keep an eye out for that also Ways to save. I woke losses. I'd look like some uneven that Soul berson from home late. I don't watch homeland Co would i bring him back as guest to twist the knife in testing whose main holy he didn't do anything wrong. Maybe i need a should liam did nothing wrong. Apparently i tim apparent according to the chat apparently eight liam which he's so skinny he wouldn't have been much of a meal so really a thing. Are this conversation has degraded Don i think for him he did just Lightest comment they. I'm done now. I think we've got to cut off the chat. They've lost you enjoyed this discussion. If you think of that you would like to have your content featured like your your hubby progress featured in a future episode. Do let me know the these seems like a good idea. If you have some topics that you want to explore maybe some of some guests or some things maybe you know we don't. We don't want to hop much covy but know. I'm going to have a good within in a couple of days time with thompson. So how is he running. Kofi safe offense but at the same time we're gonna to have a whole bunch of stories a whole bunch of guys they mean maybe get new armies. We'll get new New models who knows what's coming down the pipeline. So i think if you're going to theme army on a topic you want to explore. Let us know and we can you guys all entertained. The chat has definitely been a little crazy right now. But you're old shut entertained themselves. Not get to a point. Where she's purely about brooklyn realms those broken ribs bodman barkan rooms johan broken realms and chafe thinks that liam is is lost in my did so that is also likely lame if you watch this Plays let everyone on. Twitter is safe. You haven't been eating by clayton. Ena hiding beat or we've lost the on hanging up guys. Thank you all. I've enjoyed the episode Chat again very soon. See guys say us by.
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"This episode of nuff said is brought to you by tweaked. Audio get awesome headphones. Good tweaked audio dot com and use the coupon code southgate get thirty percent off free shipping and a lifetime warranty or you can get there through the link on our website southgate media group dotcom friends and once again do so far can activity. I your host. Alan fast with as a always is the blue eyed out from the bugger. Fits billion perritt is t o with come wit. Come sony discuss this week so little. I do wanna talk real quickly. Because i have been promising our listeners. I would be live tweeting. Duck tales every monday night at seven o'clock eastern time and i have missed the last couple of weeks and last week was a lawrence episode episode. That may well up. And all of the ducktail universe not use for sperlari. Thank you last episode. Monday at seven o'clock on this next seven o'clock eastern time. Well seven o'clock where we live but easter time specifically for me we saw the quitting i adventure which clearly isn't the first adventure because it is established with that scrooge mcduck has had other adventures from which he his treasure hunting adventures had built his fortune. In that episode he gets doa and donald. I associated with him. Interesting of donald is very articulate. Ness suggesting that it's inarticulate. Snus is something that maybe has developed later in life or possibly as the result of something not be something that occurred on the adventures. So that because i was actually waiting for that venture where i thought there was can be something that was going to happen. That was gonna make him far less articulate but so to some clearly whatever's happening. You here is happening. In our current timelines sometime in the nineties based on the ages of della donald their cultural cues. The cultural cues are very nineties. Very grunge position young teenagers but this also gives us. What is ostensibly the origin of foul. Which is our grape villainous threat. This season in the last few seasons. The problem is fiercer previously in the secret case files of agent twenty two. We have a potential case. Files of edgy twenty. Two we have a 'nother introduction between and scrooge seems to take place in the sixties thirty years before when fouled seems to be active in that aaron is a threatening and in fact i don't think bradford and had lost her arm that one yet. She has lost her arm by this one. Additionally in this episode is a reference five truths that he knows bradley from his christmas parties. But it is also suggested. This is the origin of which opens up this possibility debt. Foul existed before bradley thinks. He founded foul which is sort of that whole. I'm taking you to see the real mandarin kind of pot twists. We may be building towards and duck tales so if those of you who member hail to the king it a short you cannot find it. An disney plus wage is weird. It's always weird when disney starts doing that little miniature truth things. I don't know what you're talking about. I don't recall that ever existing. Ill something's going to happen in shanxi will exactly that. We're they want to ship the hat too early. So that that short is supposed to be on the blu ray or or the dark world and no longer. If when you go into the extras the dark world she to the other ones. You can see the other shorts but for the dark world. You don't get short of hails. The game that interesting thing. But i think there's setting up something. And i think that is going to be the reveal that i have predicted that in fact shere caught is the founder of foul and for its. Your con- has a relationship with the vultures of which bradley is and there is even this implication that maybe bradley is gonna do a face turn by the yet Because we see bradley starts out. In short he is an accountant for shush and he creates his Organization for world law enforcement or basically. We're is this idea of. Let's let's let's steal things before people can can cause trouble by stealing them essentially as the idea and then you know. Black karen is one who puts the f. on the business card to say call it foul the fiendish organization for blessing because black hair and wants him to embrace super villainy. So it's very interesting but we're working with here. Maybe this is all kinds movie going to act like it never happened and ignore that we've already met followed events train wreck kinda in another way. You're gonna make it work time line wise but right now i'm looking at. I'm saying there is something wrong with this time. Line and i can tell the disney isn't letting me go back. The bears episode. I can't go back. i cannot find the secret case. Files of agent twenty two in either hulu or disney right now. I could probably buy it somewhere. But oh you're making this hard for me. Aren't you disney disney this cooperation. So yes. I do think that we are building towards sher khan as the true master afoul of bradley thinks. He's the master foul but he is as always just on account. Clump them bomb. I second deep panther along with a launch pad macuac the secret father of the triplets. Which will get to later. I was waiting for a launch pad and a cameo in that with Donald it did not give us one. What did you get an extra thing. Why didn't you give us but you got me with that. Hillary the king thing. I might have to go in there and watch checks. I have four was at the dark world on blu ray so carries a- as lilith says get that hard media they can never take that away But yeah but inhale the king. The idea is that there is a real mantra. And who's the mandarin wasn't really the man and that's what we're gonna get theoretically in shanxi interest especially if they have the same cheever's the not who manchu because we all on the right sam anymore but the care for that we call from him shoot. How in the shanxi comic books that there is a conflict between these two essentially supervillain superpowers shaky s. This sort of defeat them both. So that'll be interesting as story. That the there Anyway that's exciting. We talked about a sure. We didn't really get deep into it as we did on our messages with the idea of mubrak banned. Yeah and how can be represented in that and it is this complex issue of will suri be exploring something more than just her attack. I know you think that she should skip the chemistry in the organic qualities of that gibraltar. So for tech suit I just think they have the opportunity to set her apart from all the path rulers who basically all kings i mean the only probably what probably only queens of what going back probably married to the king right. It implied in the first one that there were at least one or two black fans. There were some women when you go so land of the ancestors. Okay so am and of course. What is my most extended idea as if she is so. We have a mexican. Atfer leaves a mexican actor. Eric in but who is who is signed not antagonists it. Which of course is of my limited thought process. I immediately go to the tarantula as an interesting got a character who might be an interesting antagonists through. I don't know they've ever fought. But i know that the translator has a history in the drug trade. And if the whole portland of surrey is he's trying to recreate the heart shaped herb. Which is lost to us now I wonder if part of that might be searching. The world going to other exotic locations like the amazon rainforest source to find. Is there something sumer heart room there in now keep that would keep the story international two again. 'cause yep blah transgenders from south america yeah exactly go to brazil and which one the bricks countries and what. I'm wondering is if they do that. Is it possible to bring until the johnson as the urban character what we might have some of those rights back. Because i think i heard i think the daredevils rates disney has. There has all the rights to the netflix stuff. Now now do they want us. Do they want luke cage in there. What do they end. I think the johnson ranks great back door for it expressly because she is nerveless. And she's and she's going to be the one that's going to be able to bridge the gap for sherry from the mystical to the scientific. 'cause she's a scientist as a suggestion view fun if they do a cultural exchange and then suddenly told us like oh wow robots are cool to wait about what sure is working with toda johnson and then if it is true in phila- maybe he's getting jew stop Who's juicing them up malice. Carl malice all girl mouse. Well i mean my my my heart would love karl to show up again. I don't know if he's ever to do it. curl mouse again for years. I missing that. I mean he was in a bunch of comics. I mean spider. Carl mouse out. What the outer much. Rather see. Karl malas than arms. They need a mad scientist type. I mean we're already kind of done so on the mcu. Let's kamal's here in the movies. I like mcu zola. I'll be honest with you. If we do digitized or is that could be awesome even with the tv in his chest. It the tv. Or tv's anywhere you know. I'm not in the tv you know i'm in a database somewhere else. That's just make image there. I liked that as a concept Honestly i i'm i'm probably a farmer. Worried about patent is all bradshaw heaven. Some point i like the idea of modakeke. But i i also feel like i don't know if that's the right vehicle it's like we know motech is ridiculous. I don't know if we should put him as a show where it's just ridiculous. All you know what just hit me really wanna give an enemy for sure she you know you know how she you know tech. Is everything the her. If you wanna push her embrace the old ways like the challa did not enemy. You gotta give sherry machine smith who can jump his consciousness into any technology. She's machines that saw some machines in their curious to figure out a way to fight technology without using technology. Oh that would be interesting especially if this is this idea that you know the reason he can jump from machine to machine is because he's not digitized outta that'd be one hundred copies of them every and you'd have like it have like like you're old when when they brought back old red skull. He's like what i've been alive since the forty s what. We'll know where you're just sherwood memory tapes out some district completely different human being pretty. Well know you're the same human being you were at that time and now yeah know. It's like which is just a weird concept in general. it's almost a doctor even like Mutes now just which report ev. You certainly set to be game. Teijin gained superhuman powers randomly. I already exists in this universe. Fair me abode. They've been in forty years the sixty years at this point anyway But yeah i mean what they're going to explore what that is. I mean literally. We've got the news that we're working on that and here's a person that might be in it and nothing for our but this is what we're all saying it's not from i got this. Covered dot com is basically the weekly world news of comics. And i love the weekly world news but supposedly the rumor issue. He's gonna play a big part they they haven't said how do they have to make sure it's going to be on boxer story. I'm sorry much as i have been back to as much as you have him back to. It's not going to be his story. Yeah yeah no the lincolnshire from hollywood reporter. So i mean yeah. It's not like we got this covered. That's a real real people. So yeah. I'm i'm i'm excited about it. I can't wait to see what they do I really find fascinating is if they actually bring in Chris evans oatman naked for it because there is this idea like you know you're you're you're from a super soldier. Serum this is essentially what the heart shape route is how does that work is has doctor erskine about that or or whatever bearing the lead. We're all worried about sure. Going to be black panther who's what villainous guy gonna play. What are these. This is the back door to introduce fantastic core. I mean anything is possible. I mean that's always the thing is any they it's not written yet. It's not shot yet. They've met anything. You might be an interesting thing. If they really wanna go weird they could just introduce. Mvp michael van patrick and home just as crazy idea that oh actually no the way super soldiers. You just eat organic diet and training workout every day with these very specific exercise. And that's that's how that works. You don't just go to the lab. Which is one of my favorite lines. Especially because of course they'd already cloned michael van patrick at point. No it's actually not as hard as you think. I mean would it be chee turn easy way out but i'm sure just kinda got a blood transfusion from steve rogers or something. I mean yeah well that would be a definite cheap because it's a cheat is also at the actual heart shaper. Honestly i would love to see back story about erskine actually going to conduct the wool that the real secret is like around yelling like maybe even that would be the real interesting thing where you actually that erskine went to a convent. Something was there. That's how that's how that's how that's how we figured out. The super soldier serum is like he made a synthetic copy of that herb. Exactly that would be an interesting. I am and that's how we get to that point. You know although. I would love to see until the johnson and i would love to see them in stuff from the netflix diverse. But we'll have to see what they decide to do. You know Bridging the gap is always the complexity speaking of bridging. The gap did. We talk about The newspaperman issue now remember. We talked symbian spiderman. Yeah we didn't talk that amazing spider man. I gotta say with amazing spider man. I know i know. Let me just preface it by this. We're about to say it is not. What's actually what they're going to do in the story. But i am not convinced that it is not francis. Klum a character from You are convinced. That's branches colome rate. I am. I let me read. This way is other than convinced. I i can. I can look at all the data points that can say. Maybe i'm wrong. There's thousand probably shouldn't have come back to that scene on the bridge where the spider women are tearing the bridge and then suddenly they come out of it and everyone's afraid of them but clearly we saw them. They were super monster characters. They all had like sideways. Mouths and crazy tend to you. Know not quantum technicals. But you know things that you know but that people are still afraid of them It implies that what we saw was what they saw though. They don't remember it and that's where it gets. That's where it gets a little weird for me. It's like i can get that. Oh they saw this and this is this them being care taking control of think they remember that they were taking control of. I'll tell you. I'll tell you what seems weird when kinder- takes off like i mean basically we'll take. He has like a zombie face. Bay takes it off and it was like a like a normal osborne face under there. Well one of many osborne faces. I wasn't sure if that's supposed to be woken at the whole thing back in the nineties before he died when he went nuts became the green goblin again. It was you know he would do stuff to peter and be like gotcha. Gotcha treat island trick. Gotcha even like. He left the message after his death. Where you know where he explained. He's like i'm the i'm the i'm the guy who put the chameleons head for him to send the robot copies of your parents. Peter parker you know the mess with spiderman gotcha. Yeah yeah that's the thing but again. This is where it gets into this weird quality of this this whole think. Of course we wake up it. This is an interesting and again. This is one of these things like. Wait a minute when we last saw francis klum doctor strange was involved in that story. to start of. This of sort of there does seem to be a misdirection involved in story because the last episode we see what doctor strange he goes into that mi-minsk but now it's all it's all cade. What's this about but he's not in the story that we see peter waking up win which seems to be that same dystopia mindscape. Yeah like i said it's it's literally like a play by play of like the end of one more one more day in the brand new day out after they make the deal with this though he wakes up as house. Exactly like that and like it's basically almost word for word. Yeah yeah but at the same time. But that's if it's klom and he's he doesn't have mystical powers. Winds doctor strange. See through that. If peter can't see that when doctor strange see through that exchange hasn't met him yet what here. Here's what doctor strange nose. Dr strings knows. Peter deal with the devil. Yes fair enough. Dr strings knows peter's mindscape is nuts. None of that implies. That what we're seeing from peterson. Perspective is actually related to the doctor. Strange story so when you go back because the thing is that the evil that men do we're klum gets ministerial outfit is written by kevin smith. The death of kim page story likewise written by kevin smith. If this guy's a huge kevin smith fan. So you have this guy pretending to be miskel. Beans tim mess with the mind of someone else hebrew. But it's actually mysterious and for what it's worth. It's entirely possible as people are coming back from the dead regularly. We don't know that francis brother didn't come back to you know deal with him and then sort of give him information and then he gets all of the background information that he needed for when he was going to be material. Then manipulates did you. Material does and then try to. This was like no. I haven't planning this for years. Because i have was weird. Superpower i can teleport drugs into people and people like drugs a lot and they will give you lots of money if you can give them drugs at just the right those are just the right they will pay you through the nose for that kind of quality. Artisanal service all right. You got me thinking now and let me give you another clue. I think. I think it might be the last issue. Was it fifty five or something of this like the solicits has something like oh when this is over. You're never gonna look at the osbournes the same again. What if peter and mary. Jane didn't make a deal with mefissa. What if that was. What was harry osborn from. Hell messing with them or something. Who i mean it did her. I don't know we're going to think about it has after this. Although for what it's worth it is that oh actually howard. Stark was making deals with the devil deals with this day b. m. maybe norman. Maybe norman was in that circle with Howard star maybe. It's all pizza gaetan. Maybe it's down as all of these super rich billionaires were all making deals with mrs stow but whether it's whether it's glamour or osborne maybe someone maybe it wasn't a business because i don't think my business ever brag about marriage and you know it's not made references. We thought were. Mrs stow and that's the thing is like the sisto true. That's one of these things. If you read the patsy walker hell cats story. When she comes back it gets into this whole thing about is satanic even thing or just an aspect of the documentary and like knows. The challenge is a thing that's just perception and observation and it's like oh wait no. We received something that plays into it and it goes into this and that sort of thing. It's like one of the idea that i thought okay. Let's take everything at face value. And maybe mary. Jane whispered in. The ear is bring these people back to. I'll do this. But i'm not doing it for free at may who's gonna die of heart attack in two weeks. I'm not stupid shop. That women should have been dead six years ago. Yeah i mean maybe was harry. Because i think the original plan for i heard this i think someone in the marvel office like whole back wednesdays Like nine in that. We're not do not new. But maybe or maybe that's how other things happened. You know like for example. Maybe that's why wednesday she is in another universe because she can wife she can travel between universes. Because that's part of the deal. It is all sorts of things that are part of the deal. Maybe she's like. I want everyone that peter has to be able to come back which may be leads into why the chameleon could bring everyone back the chameleon the jackal. Yeah maybe there's all sorts of things that merging ask for in that whisper. So i wanna know what's going because supposedly since brand new day harry's osborne's been alive so it was baked was at some sort of imposter as been biding his toes or maybe oh man. Go on a deep dive in this scenario osborne the whole time. Who over in what you know. What would be a good thing to do and for another. It doesn't impede misys. Oh being a part of this because he get no possessing. We know that that mysterio came back from the dead. We know because the whole thing in. I think it was. What was it During the dark avengers run that there was this whole all the villains get brought back from the dead because what have more villains because that seems practical in this short term Because it's osborne for when you it might be mysterious. I mean if it's if it's Columba's like you know. Pretend to be harry. Norman's normative kill but that's thing but then again it's just the sort of thing where if someone can teleport drugs in your body that he has this weird superpower that is just perfectly perfectly. It's sort of like you know it's basically mind control by other means yeah. I just wonder though if they're gonna like they've kind of neutered. Norman right now because the senator kit him like he did a bunch of villains now is all like oh sorry for everything. I've done so wonder if they've kind of done that. The norman. because they're gonna make harry like the big evil goblin know anything's possible. And i don't think he keep a good down. Oh yeah no no face strong off last week. It's so hard to keep track with norman. Any iran in amazing eight hundred. I mean they. He got war or zip before that he got cured. That goblins Beginning of this thing takes the gum. Serna sam again. I remember. I remember the great otto octavius. Here's of his and then he goes and gets his face restructured because it would make the whole thing was like. Oh yes they now. They've never faced. When i was saying album gonna be r lex luthor type character and You know no one wants knowing what's going on is ex. Cathedra in the navy has faced off in all sorts of nonsense. It spiderman you're like man is dc writing this book. Tricky when you get into like mystical stuff was spiderman. Well i mean. I don't think it should be that that. Here's the thing. I don't think i man having a tied to a mystical reality should be that difficult now but i think they're trying to right themselves out of the corner now as you know the health however long they had to make a deal with the devil. Now it's like everyone's been complaining for last like thirteen years in. He would never make a deal with the devil. Say that was a bad. You know that was a joke. Asada now joe i mean. It's like your flagship character. I mean mean the report on underwear t shirts and every needs to make a deal with the devil. It's a it was a bad idea and it's the kind of idea that what you like you immediately. No it's a deal with the devil. Does any human thing literally. The only person who was ever excited to make a deal with the devil was samuel starts exactly because he thought he was smarter than the devil and out. Maybe you was. We get to immortal mortal hawk. That's immortal hawk. Real quick number. Forty scottie uncovers else. Yeah i like them. they're cool. I got seventies. Joe fix keller one I don't know how i feel about body horror. Hope that that's a thing. Now falls spits himself out. It's just like what the hell now. It's i'm sorry. What the heck now. It all put the. But did you enjoy doc sasquatch. I liked access squad Just the idea of which is essentially so essentially or establishing in this is you can jump do. Whoever's body is available through their door. I guess if also implies that she oke has another door available to so there's allow betsy she could come back as betty. Ross at some point so every does die. She can come back to betty store if you decide. She doesn't want to. I love guy rich coming back. I was gonna say you got guirec. Got absorb a young gyro. I love feeder guy. crusher creel innis. I love my career. I love what i his cranial entity. Mya being a happy couple of that. But there's several critic man. I already feel like too much of a tab. Could make me feel it. You know and it's and it's delightful because you know it feeds into this idea that krill isn't kriel is who is around and titania isn't a horrible person they get into their own super villainess phases. While wow that was weird phase that went through. Maybe we should stop doing that. And try to find a better way to live our lives. Don't electro fix it. I don't know how i feel about the big hoax the end. That's coming up next this. Yeah especially with hoke looking like all oled said one 'cause if they just use this ono whenever the whole thing again. 'cause you know you're not in this book you even though we're clearly we're going to write the to be a jerk in this guy who's i couldn't understand dude what's going to happen you. Let's set so let's talk about this. I mean he throws should always been grim. Those the hulk broke out a custody. That's yeah well. I knowing those the folk custody but at the same time. It's like i hate when they dumbed down the same and never letting custody. The thing is some idiot. Who doesn't know that. Oh yeah sometimes. You're in custody for no good reason. Because you're freaking monster in oh y'all knows what it's like to a month but remember to punch your monster for no reason but he also you know i mean but i mean i don't remember the couple issues back. The leader may explode. So it's like. Maybe you know ben just like you know. Maybe it's not in your control but you're dangerous and you know i'm not gonna say i'm not gonna enjoy put you back in your cell but yeah i mean i'm i'm better next dish. His say too often. When we get to this moment it does degrade into this ed's clobbering time. it is. the hope spoke. So yeah it's going to be like the whole effort to the whole. I don't like it's not even that. I don't want the fight. It's a. I want the thing to be played better you know. I don't want this thing to be played poorly just because he's in the hopes book. If you're gonna read the hook you should have respect for who ben grimace just the same way. If you're running a thing book you have respect for the hocus. I mean unless maybe unless joe comes on has a conversation with him was like our grim. Shut up. I know you're not dumb. I'm not dumb. let. Let's talk about this and i would wrote that glitters exactly where it wants to go with them. Just have a look. We talk about this over a beer. Okay yeah that's not right around the corner. I don't did you. Did you see the letters. Page the cover for next issue. It looks like the two of them sitting at a table in a diner. Okay there we go. So i miss that image and i should have caught it controls to set. No but oh well shooters this one. I saw this is gonna be like a king and black tie in issue that i don't think it's one of the regular issues but yeah but yet the the next the actual next issues yet them sitting at the table. Yeah this this is the thing. I want to see so in that. Great it's al. It's out We'll we'll probably get that thing having to fight to monsters. Let's talk fantastic four. Yes numbers at. The phoenix may more variation which is kind of annoying. Cover to me. Because i which would you have. I got the regular cover it. Oh that's a cool clever. I like that. What lies the on the forever gates for those. You don't know doing lots of phoenix who will get the chance for us. And it's like. Oh captain america phoenix for. It's kind of interesting coming up. In their vendors name were has had the phoenix course. It's like i know this. I don't really care to see the yet. Especially because i don't like to do. They want the phoenix force because they moore's mentally unstable a man thing subplot your the start. Oh yeah see him. Grab somebody by the head. I don't know if you try to burn. But it's johnny so it's like hey. Hey what's up. Hey ted what's which i love. It is no. He's calling him but he doesn't doesn't doesn't know the man thing users ben told me about him is he trying to god. Let afraid you know my body. And then this i don't i don't know how i feel about the valeria. And her her avatar prints because she actually figured out how to control the portals he has the visit at princeton. He's gonna liza. I'm sorry my culture. We have six cards sets room for six people love. You know. I mean again. It's a fair poly-amorous relationship. The nature of those six concubines. Had six husbands as well. You know. I didn't know that was the deal you know. What in which fishy related know him at all did he. Now it was puppy love. And it's like you're a teenage girl who in love with the guy with good ads. Yeah i mean she might be one of the smartest people on the planet but again it's like she's a teenage girl might be troopers but they leave the gedo. So oh so it's part here we have okay. Here's the big thing. I wanted to ask you about the whole franklin thing. Yeah oh the franklin thing was beautiful. Honestly no professor. Oh you know you're never meeting. Yeah well because what it was was you want to be something and so you became something. Okay so i'm confused here. Maybe you can clarify this for me. So he's not. A mutant was born with his powers so franklin special than you is basically with flatliners line is and what it is. It is for what it really comes down to is. It's not so edits his honestly what this is subtle. Racism of mutant is it. Is it just exhibitors. Like oh i can't use you anymore. So get lost basically mushroom at the moment. So yeah but you know what that's savior. That's a mushroom. That thinks it's exhibitor. Much ted sallis is a pile of goo. That thinks it said saleh's in in in a in the manning's defense it's a pile of goo. That doesn't know it said settles but might have some relationships said saleh's something that that moral did better than Alamo ever did as later. I did have a no prize. Answer if you will. If they did want to work around were franklin isn't a mutant all right. He was born with his powers. Okay but remember. The pregnancy was very. You know. didn't send ben. Ben reed and johnny go into the negative zone. Didn't they have to bring out the cosmic control rod. They ramp the cosmic control rod. So yeah he was exposed to all kinds of cosmic. Some say maybe genetically he wasn't going to have powers but somehow from he got bombarded with negative zone energy in. You know that's where his powers came from. I mean the the the counter argument is see powers that would have been a essentially essentially. The argument is is that had he been born without the cosmic control rod. His powers would have destroyed all of the world. But i at again to yeah. Was he going to be poor with powers because his parents his parents dna was altered in cosmic ray storm. The isn't that isn't that the definition of a mutant it is again. It's honestly i don't take anything. Current curriculum mutants say gas as canon. And in this in this actual book and in the juggernaut book. There's this whole thing about how you know when when franklin tries to talk to leech artie about krakatoa at sounds stupid. Oh great let's go to col- where we can be part of that group. That didn't want us when they knew we were means. But i don't i mean i mean it's either it's either one or two things it's either like exhibitors lying were slots a bad writer. Because it's like okay. I get it that. Franklin use whatever power to make himself a beaten thomas but read have figured that out where valeria at can chew as i said the basic psychological quality of the cheap particle which is established. I think is a fair cop and this idea that you know the reason. Ben can't transform from sources because he knows if he transformed inspections source It's gonna take a psychological toll on him and what the what the what the future foundation understood and what they are telling them is that you can change back whenever the heck you feel like it does but you only do it when we give you a ritual and that ritual has re something that makes you feel. You don't have control basically if unless we tie you up and shoot you with some kind of house mcrae or give you a placebo to drink. You are not going to transform because you are so afraid a what having two different existences would mean for you. Okay i'm i'm worth franklin's powers confirmative is not franklin's well he's gone newton he's why here's the thing it's like what is here's the thing is what i thought this condition. Let me let me know. Let me give you from the handbook of the marvel universe and the supervillain solaar who apparently was a mutant but only developed his latent mutant when his car broke down in the desert and he had to walk under the hot lazing son for twelve hours and established enough solar energy to start having solar energy power up enough of a mutant power. Come out and day one. But you're born with it in your dna nei-neither comes out during puberty or some traumatic accident or something but it will tell them so. Yeah but as we know. So here's the thing as any good reader of any set mobile story will tell you as the master mold saw. Every human is a mute. X-xi name is in every human. It is just a question of whether it is active. Or not and give you a on the fun jag in the old thing. If not that. The franklin isn't a mutant anymore. It's that he made himself not immune and that altered the reality so that now say he's napa i buy that. Yes it's like. No you alter reality by your whim. You are the beyond her franklin o gods. That's that's true that's right because yeah even though there's alien show like oh you are god didn't even rikki barnes you create my world and everyone i know oh good but i got anywhere like well. That's now and they're going to have the graver back. I don't like degree ver. I don't to be honest. I know i know i read. That allows patients like her back. The problem with the ver is. Are you an elder of the universe. Or are you an esoteric concept yes sir concept us be relishing in the things you do. If you're an elder of the universe you're just some old person who is kind of yeah to tack and it's like no one cares about you know i mean i. I could care less either way potter. St is a very poorly written and designed I was born trade with the return of leisha. No larger is awesome. It and honesty. Whole well okay. So here's all the people. I've stopped He's all the ladies have up to us all the latest crystal. Her sister de thought. It was my friend's girlfriend. What what what. Which is like it's like dude. You know you're marrying someone from which the nice bookend to valerie's tory story which he met someone from a different culture and she thought that it was this thing that she understood her culture but it was not in any way. And then here's a guy who three much in various perspective where she is. An innocent doesn't even know that you can just travel to other planets by super fast in the universe. Oh i could go back to my home planet with this gates to take a rocket ship there. It'll be faster than it's gonna take to get back to your florida such space super fast. You can go fast. You can get there. No problem edits just like. Oh you don't know anything to you. And what you're saying is florida's more the final frontier than spaces. Well assessable long. I mean everyone always laughs at joining makes money johnny in. It's like all the logic thing. But it's like i mean basically isn't rapists. I mean she slept with him. How many years under false pretenses comes into the question is false. Pretense is false false pretense sexual intercourse rape. If it's over. Numerous what he what he slept with her the begin with if he had known who she was. Well i mean that's that's a complex question. Because she was who she was at no point she present herself. Isn't anything other than a woman who knows what she knows what she talks about. Who likes what she likes and is working. As i mean you could argue. Well you really weren't blind then you could say oh well. She really wasn't live in july. But that you know. I mean honestly. Yeah i get what you're saying. They do get the idea. I'm not willing to say that. Johnny summers raped. Yeah just because. I mean i'm not saying he never. He didn't fall in love with her eventually. Did fall in love with her. I'm exactly it's like the at that point in the relationship. It gets to be this question of. Are you being manipulated or are you going along with it and you know when it comes to careful. Because even when he went live reveal to him. he's with her. Yeah yeah you know. It's not luggage god. He doesn't simply he does not have the trauma of rape. D has a technical definition that someone could say he was raped and that is a fair concept that he might wanna explore in psychological construction. If we can a piece and psychiatrist back in the universe have one. Currently since doc samson is now the he'll turn like johnny poor leash. I mean johnny kinda knows her every intimate detail. Well yeah i mean the thing with an of course well even more. It's a malicious now. Daughter knows all the details of it. So that's the weird thing is like yeah. I know exactly what my uncle's. Venus looks like. Latin a bad way. But it's something i own. Yeah that's our lord. And i have to live with it because again shows how how. How much abuse was visited on these children of ben and alicia which again explains why. They're free gym attacking people on the street. Now what's funny though. I'm can apply so with the power washer. A headed out maximum. He's doing what he can do. He's he's honestly. It's a mess. But i'm interested in the where we go with that. I mean i would rather not have agreed stadium. Okay is behind you. Guess she's prime male character off the scatter at him. So that's fine now. No we send it all so we turn off. Whoever's in transit will be destroyed. I thought they couldn't shut it down. valeria figure that out. William larry. Well you get my change the channel. Now i'll say or somewhere else. Well exactly well that something we'll do later but or they'll just defeat degree route because it now oli alien racist. Now we're gonna kill you because we don't know what you are not necessary concept. Could you using technology using tells you must be of university university defeatable. I mean no really. It's like what are you. Are you an elder of universe or esatern concept and everything about her seem to say. She is An inaugural universe but she acts like she's necessary concept so in that you're not you're just elder okay. You're an old lady from the time you have a lot of super space tax. We're shoot you will laser khan and that caused the in a call today. Because if you don't got an infiniti stone and the esoteric death has not promised not to take to death so sorry lady the day catching america's gonna say go one more cap twenty five year. Tallahassee coats was on co bear. This not kobe daily show this week. Yeah i cannot tell you how bad it makes me. Every time someone interviews hausa coats no one mentions captain america. I think no one is black panther. And jud i forget what probably of this all i forget. How how they described that when they did that when the chadwick boseman died like they were they you know. They did the spectacle Abc they played black panther than they had a special name. Reviewed a bunch of people. Yeah they interviewed chadwick. Buzz mixing are tunnel hoc- coach because he knew them. And it's an yeah. Forget what they described those either like reporter something or writer but yeah no mention of comic books. I'm like you're talking about a guy who played a marvel character. You're not saying this guy actually wrote the black panther comic captain america. Now i know but it's like there was nobody in america. I'm like i'm like you're talking about the guy who played back panther. You're not going to mention this guy. Wrote the black panther comic kind of tied in. I mean granted. He didn't you know maybe they won. The it wanted to keep that secret stan. I get that but at the same time. It's just like screen. You know there was just back panther that books go and on. I don't know. Records are still going. Because i thought the last time i coached back answers from yet so Yes says i know. Yeah it's it's if that's you know and that he's writing captain america which i think. Is you know. it's not to be rude about it. But it's like captain. America is a to me. I mean to me is the bare deal is like the older territories the more stuff with territories his marvel superman if you will we don sales at least in in esso's and he is and he's wanting to say it's not my keys reading captain america as a well. I guess i gotta crushing captain. America as a writer. Oh yeah i just looked it up the black panther books on a long break. I guess it never came back after Cova after kobe manalo saying the next gonna be beyond the in february. So yeah almost reminds us but that's the thing is even right there even right there. Even within tallahassee coats character as a celebrity is say that kurt where black panther or even when they did that special. Just put at the bottom of the screen. Marvel raider exit will say author you know reporter writer of black panther i think honestly that's i don't know why you're not that's what it comes up to as i don't know why you're not i don't i it. Just it's an annoyance to me. I would love to see in Coats talk about. When i'm approaching captain america. I have to look at this idea. Of what if i was a blond-haired blue-eyed six Two white guy. But i was also kind hearted person who was wo kau. How would i be that person. How can i describe this person who is from the forties who lives to actual segregation. But who never really had the mindset of who. Don't give me that that that stuff. Don't tell me this people are less than me. These people are you know. would how do i. How do i write right. A person from the forties who was super woke in the forties. You know jones and eaten with his utensils because he was dating hungry at the time and isn't acting like that's the end of the world you know but i just don't understand how like in any interviewing does especially tv or something like why disney wouldn't like you know. Kind ask him. Hey can you mentioned your rain. Captain america hey. Can you mentioned the show. tyra hassi. Maybe he doesn't want to admit he writes comic. Patrolling maybe it's a reverse stanley like. He's like oh i don't want to say let people know i write talents. I dunno it bugs me and it's it's a small bug but he could help them because it's like you know you watch this intervene if you're like. Hey this is like a well. Spoken intelligent man. And he's writing captain. America black panther me an arm. I want to check this out. I mean this is a smart guy. I mean yeah i mean you know. There's a lot of facts. Maybe it's expressly. Because i could see a few years ago. Maybe saying you didn't want to write comics but now with like the success of the mc so many con- like superheroes fans out there. Now i understand. Yeah i don't know maybe that's maybe that's similar to is he. I mean not for nothing he is. She exists in a very high spot. And it's one of those things where you know you say as it turns out you know when you say someone has well-spoken if it was an oddity that is sometimes seen as a weird thing. Let's face it. You know racial dynamics in this country are messed up. I mean i mean. I don't know i'm not even saying that i'm probably i'd say there's a fifty percent of the country. That's not well-spoken okay. So fair enough. I mean i was. I'm not that well-spoken and you said he was on the daily show. I mean half the celebrities. Do the talk shows aren't the thinkers. That's what i'm saying you say. Hey here's a. I say when kobe was hosting the here. Here's what i mean. I guess maybe even point that maybe driven doesn't retirements bear would make their point of the interview. I feel like cool. But i haven't seen him out kobe recently. It's like oh. Man gomez de cabin. I don't want that to. It's like it's idea i built myself up and i'm in kevin smith. He built himself as a film producer and now writes comic books. Yeah sometimes some. Oh you know when when you know when he gets around to it but for kevin smith. It's sort of like a cherry on sunday. And i can see how maybe china has goes. Movie doesn't want to finish his sunday yet. Have my man. My sunday's done but that syria doppler rights little your credits but comic books at the pond amino off this is. What's fun about talking about this. The more i couldn't see his point. Now it's like he doesn't want that to be. And i get what you're saying everyone else was saying including myself five minutes ago. Oh wait maybe he just is like your put in the eighties nineties. A quick google search will tell you. He's writing black panther captain and look it up. That's fine. it's it's listed somewhere else but he doesn't want that to be the legacy when he wants to talk about things in less. He's there on a tour for chapter in america. Which injury did like at the time. Captain america came out. And it's like no. I did my tour. I'm done with that tour. I'm continuing your the work. Because it's good money. I likely care. Unlike according the stories they're great stories but right now we're talking about other things. I don't want an offer. Nothing not for nothing just to make an appointment another think about it. It's like oh man. Maybe he's sitting there thinking man. I do not want captain america's sales tank if people realize that black guy's writing that there may be a lot of people reading this book. No oh that's currently written by a black guy and he's like you know i mean. Any number of things could be at play here that he is dealing with. Yeah yeah but i mean. It's not joe smith's name on the cover either. You know a pseudonym. But again i get i get all your points. I respect his choices. But it's like. I mean the industry's hurt right now. I mean we could use a spokesman well-spoken spokesman you know anybody any of you with any of these writers think again on. Tv should be like. Hey guess what i'm writing. Oh yeah no. Every all of them should be doing more press But then again you know you don't get paid for presto a spike. No but maybe you sell a couple more issues or you saw less issues. Which is the other tax check. You know it's like you don't wanna go on on online and you never wanna say something stupid when you're online either. It's like you know 'cause you say something that suddenly gets controversial entrance tommasi coats. He is a controversial writer. Yeah thank god. Bless immoral for saying you know. Hey you can write it. Just to get the regulatory. Can't you again. This is gonna be political Leap nazis all the time. I think he. I think i'm not saying you're totally cool enough writer good with words. I don't think they're going to trick him into saying anything he doesn't wanna say you imagine that but he's going on a show mattru that's gonna give him questions and he doesn't always know what the questions from the be and if nothing else you know i'm sure he's in order to get him on the show you that list of questions. Here's where she will talk about his work lancer. And if you're going to try and give him a gotcha question. Just give a gotcha question to comic book writer. Oh boy everyone thinks you're wouldn't burn. See now it's so. What was he on there to talk about. If he was on there comics. I knew it was just what the world as it exists in. He just has a book out. I gentlemen wrote. It's called but basically oprah winfrey and brad are developing into a movie and he's taken camera to pick up you which is like. Hey grit starts you and great. They wanna make the louisiana my thing. Thanks for the check and we'll see where it goes from there Do you think is that another thing. Maybe that like with this book. He owns most all the rates but with marvel. He doesn't own that he doesn't own captain. America doesn't own. Doesn't you know. But you know i would give some. Here's the thing as i guess. Maybe that's the more complex question is i don't know if he comic books feather in his cap like kevin smith's book he represents it's a feather in his cap to him. That's living the dream for coats. It may be no. It's cool man. I'm lucky that they want me. I'm grad right. These interesting complex stories. I appreciate the characters and what you can do with them. You know but it's not necessarily something that. When i was a kid reading and writing as a kid you know that this was man someday. Maybe in america. We're alright the valtin or outright. Now roxanne. maybe. I'm maybe i'm naive and i love comics too much of nothing else. Don't you think you want to get the message out. Oh yeah look. I put up consistent writing and good work every month and you know maybe some tv shows not like oh. Hey this guy can stick to a schedule. You know scripts or whatever in the christian. Does he wanna do tv. Maybe that's thing became the line but you know maybe he gets six different pitches for six different things than you know he's like. Oh i like this one. I mean it really comes down to that question of does he does. He want to be Jordan peele you know. Does he wanna be this guy. Who's in the business you know movie is it's short kill right. He's a producer. Yeah yeah only those called key and peele man. It's hard to keep your anytime. i still don't know who you which one is evident style. So laurel and hardy come with me for years which one's which i eventually had an automatic device. It hardy was the fat guy. So 'cause hardy means a hardy Anyway but yeah it's yeah but you know A jordan peele is in that place right now where he gets the to- what stories he wants to get to build that. What university wants to And that's a lot of work for jordan peele and you know in that may not be. That's not me that be the path that toss wants to go down. He doesn't want to be known in that way. So fair enough. I just wish they would make the mention of it. Because i liked captain america. I want people to mentioned the things that i like when they're being interviewed. When i know you're in that thing city that you're in that thing and again the whole comic industry could use the help will. Yeah that definitely. And i'm sure if they would pay him for the appearances he would. I won't fix that. Yeah that's as fifty bucks extra half hour hundred four hours so yeah. So that's that. But what do you think the actual issue the actual issue with already draft. I liked it but it is such a stark jump between the end of the issue. And then the of the backup. Yeah were you. Don't even realize i didn't realize that the backup was a separate story. Yeah yeah i know. It's very weird scotia the end of it. Which is you know doesn't say to sacrifice ourselves alot. I wanna to do this. That rebecca barnes comes back in fantasy. Four short with franklin forty with franklin is like. Wow you're like god by you over that a lot. It's kind of interesting with rebecca rick ricky over ricki ricki. Bye stroke name. Yeah because but i know they were calling a ricky. Because i don't know if they wanted to do when they first started combo. Vena rick jones and bucky barnes things. But then and that's the thing is this particular are barnes if we will has been through different iterations where she is also banned the nineteen forties bucky barnes as well with the cat. You know like peggy. Carter captain america. You know it's like oh now. She's back in town house. Because we're not even gonna talk about that. I mean to me. I guess maybe the deepest level is i kind of think they don't mention it because man we've so many things so many bowls in the air. We can't say anything that we had something. That's a shock. You what it was. It was francis from the whole time. I didn't see that coming anyway. Yeah but No i mean it's it's a good story it's very they. Give all this backstory apparently The what's your name. Lukens wife alive in the forties. Yeah it was part of the russian resistance. Which is what they say. Oh she's like some kind of weirdo terms. Surely young sorceress and her wedding to lucan was its own our played cells. So it's a big reveal their and then peyton coming back. although again i hope is from the ultimate universe. Wish she got the super soldier serum. Because i think that's a better story but maybe they're just not really ever explain. It can be head candidate at what she was. Y'all know because yeah in the flashbacks show her. Yeah with steve caps. I dunno also make. The point was never really anything serious between them. Much like playing. Yeah which it is interesting. Whatever the heck it is. They're setting up so Again the thing. It intrigues me attraction in the backup story. Will you didn't realize it wasn't to sell your. The else is a really nice Story about cap befriending. An emigrant twenty came to this country. And it's just your basic s. J w social justice were which is what chap freaking is because why would you be opposed to social justice if you had powers and you could fight for things. Wouldn't social justice. Be something you would fight for is especially if your name was freaking captain america which i want less justice in the society fight for america should fight song says it again in this issue and i knew sees said it before he's like i don't fight for our country president Flag i fight for the dream. You know that everyone could add the stream. Exactly what doesn't he doesn't care that. The founders submit to the everybody who cares what the founders the founders that had no other bunch of shape chester's we don't want to deal with reality is right now you think you think the founders knew cell phones were coming no. I mean who knows who knows what they knew what was coming. Say you can say anything about any other said well. He was a brilliant man. He would have understood that eventually. Guns would choose more bullets. But even then i first off all that kind of thing about guns may one day more bullets. They also gonna go down that road. You have to say well. Yes and they also had no respect for the cowan matt so they would not have wanted the common man to have gotten shot. A bunch of bullets sways. I mean come on exactly those guys definitely get done with more than one bullets. Oh it's like no matter how you slice it. You can't fit our modern world into their world exact you have to. Just take the pierre's and deals and you know this is true of as always said. America is not a democracy or republic we are secular theocracy. We have a set of sacred writings called the laws in the constitution that are interpreted by high priests called judges in the supreme court and that discussion of interpretation is what our governance over. Hey to bring it back to the issues. We are going along. You see you see the cover for next day shoe. What's next issue to red hulk hulk ross gonna get his groove back because ross was in this issue in this issue so yeah maybe it's why was. He went through the red door. Look they intentionally. He is beijing shadows. He can't see as a mustache or not. There's another red whole i'm saying. Isn't that the guy with the staff. So that's what i'm saying roster level mustache his hawk that other guy. That's what i'm saying. Do they keep his face. They can't tell which read halt has read just a completely new red whole whole. It's looking as red skull noted somebody walked through ross's green door the worst over them are red and they have brown ones too. That madman was brown. So and sometimes craze. So where's the grade or musha walk through the great or let's call it a night Philip anything else you wanna talk about tonight now. I think we covered a lot tonight. Governor way more than we should have and you know what if you heard it all. I'm glad i'm glad you appreciate when she was do it. If you're having trouble hearing as it is probably because you're using chief our store headphone solicitous really give you this advice. Go right now. Tweets audio dot com. Use the coupon code. Southgate this on those high quality headset. So you can buy right now. Likewise coupon code south pick over the holiday killer dot com. Use it there. Discount on their wonderful games and puzzles to solve. 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The last juan divisions collection Last one vision to come out. When did it come out. I know it's all wanna district like last week it. It just came out. I think so. Yeah and and what i love about it. It's you know up until this point it's always been the same thing you know. It's it's the joe wacky sick option and against the actually give the one division theme song which it's no no. It's really wanna be your friends but home it's still good. It's still good but one thing that is interesting it's almost. It's not really blinking missing. There is a guy coming out of sewer manhole cover. And he's wearing a beekeeper suit. Oh yes and it does look like a beekeeper suit but it is that moment. Oh yeah beekeepers okay. There are these qualities that you start to put together as i said there is this scene in the earlier episodes when Monica rambo is thrown out of the westwood or of westwood or westville neighborhood that wanted visionary living and you see your through what looks like a quantum tunnel although a larger scale one but the thing is if you will recall. The quantum tunnel was a thing that was actually. I developed by alive star in this universe. Hank pym built his own better. One course made it smaller. Because he's hank pym in van but when we see elias stars. Quantum tunnel is kind of decided we see and there's her keeper. Yep there's our beekeeper and it is. I get the feeling because remember as as has been said aim is in existence. But here's where it gets a little deeper on you. So do you remember who founded the aim in the mcu or issue you says. She founded aim in. The mcu was an iron man. Oh was it iron man. Three three earn ansari. He called himself. Eldridge caitlyn what did he say. His real name was the mandarin the mandarin and we have seen that for some reason of all the marvel shorts that dropped into disney plus the one that is missing. Conspicuously missing is hail to the king and it immediately opens up this possibility. What if gas aldrich killian was a scientist who cream of aim but that the actual force behind ayn was the mandarin and the fourth find. Elijah lies star. Was the mandarin in those roads. Pym particles that we saw the hydra guy. Escaped with at the end of ant man was also working with the mandarin. What if we're going to see the mandarin being set up in a way. Because i think they're gonna try and maybe when we get to Shanxi maybe try to weave the mandarin into the We don't call him to mentioning where we call him. Things to Things to mythos. I wonder if that's what we're building this whole. Then if you get if the mandarin's running aim and you get amen in one division that you have a link between one division changji exactly but more to the point. I actually think. Here's actually my my big prediction. The reason for this is they're using the quantum to try and recreate the nitty stones. And i think this is gonna be the idea because we do see the explosion of the infinity stone. We see that moment in the trailer of wanda back in sokoto via backbeat experiment to that and i do think we are gonna get some. I think the mandarin is going to be a new big bat navy. But yeah i mean remember the earlier phases. We kept getting hydro hydro everywhere. May we're gonna get aim everywhere you know going forward well but it's important to remember that that's one of the things that has recently been established in the marvel universe with all of these secret organizations are all spawned from the trees. Yeah you know. They've even the even though it's weird. I do wonder how hickman that he didn't get to say it but that it was kind of clearly implicit in what he was creating was that hydra was aided by was the offshoot of the brotherhood of the shield that was led by isaac newton. Newton is a super villain. I i can do that all day. Quite it's you know. It's it's and i love the fact that i always feel when they get short shrift to edison myself but everyone likes to do everyone. Loves loves tesla. Even though i actually think that was probably the scientists. Because didn't he did a lot when he actually worked but when he he had ideas of what he was trying to do and didn't want to do the work to do it. I think you're i think your theory works in the my theory were member i said. Oh maybe they're tricking her somehow. What if aim somehow lake in other tricking her like. Oh yeah you can use your Somebody's tricking or. Oh yeah you can bring vision back. You can create the perfect life. And every time she uses her powers siphoning off her powers like power that quantum tunnel. Well it's it's interesting because you know what it actually gives me and this is sort of this thing where it's like. Oh i think marvel's going to try and do better is it kind of reminds me of dark phoenix when jean grey is being manipulated by What's his name mastermind. Yeah to see a world that is her of course obviously isn't a leather leather bound. Romance novel wander but of course you know. That's the one that doesn't envision. Her fantasy world astle either bound romance novels. What would this girl growing up in the slums of segovia her fantasy those crazy wacky eighties. The crazy you ask sitcoms imported from america you know and i think that is maybe even I actually get the feeling that maybe that is what they're building is they're saying you know what okay we wanna tell. The story of dark phoenix better because obviously fox screwed it up like three times. Now let's look at what happens in dark phoenix. Listen to okay. So super. Powerful person but wanda okay great. Someone wants to manipulate her for her. For the power she brings. Okay search building out these fantasies. Okay well that sounds great. But what if we don't do you know just a classic you know bodice ripper fantasy. Because is that really bothers. I guess they are written for women but is the fantasy having your body stripped or is your fantasy something else and invariably it always. It always is ole ease. Wait for it. The man i can change the man who isn't quite what mama wanted. But you know what. I can change him. And when you're wanda guess what you can change. Well i'm thinking it'd be more about resurrecting vision because well i'm doing a super. I having never seen this understanding like doing the pitching so i like to think of superconductivity as is like the pitch meetings i imagine for the film we are about to see. Oh yeah well okay. Well let's do this. Let's do that. And i think the idea is. Maybe that's what they're looking at. And they're using quantum technology that the aim has funded that the mandarin has funded through. Its ties with a hydra. Of course wanda is a product of hydra and will hydrate in shield maybe simply two sides of the same currency no longer valid. The mandarin and is a much older much older being and being looking to create a universal world order. So like when you look at the so and even if you go back and he'll to mention novels in the the The idea of the age to primacy model of it It it does build into this idea of these of being in a person and an organization that they've created that is seeking world domination but arguably for the good of mankind The idea of you know we will control mankind and then we will make things better because everyone no one wants to show man time study purposes all your purposes stated by controlling. You know a couple of islands somewhere. You don't need to control all mankind for that but if you want to control all mankind you wanna say have a much more noble ideal and so. I do think that's something that we're gonna be looking at with us that there could be. These is in to the mandarin and again would explain why that is the one disney plus thing. They didn't release. It is so weird you know. That's the thing we look for what they give. You gotta look for what they don't give you. Yeah you gotta look for the secrets that they want to keep it because there's something in there something in that that's my take on it You know i am. I you know a meisner going to be reviewing each episode of one vision Of course we have on the podcast. We're do a big one division discussion. After the first episode jobs we'll probably get into a lot of comic lore. Yes i figured maybe some background. Yeah yeah but that's the thing. I think that's the thing with. Emc is that their comics adjacent. Yeah they they know the comics. They know who they know the basic character of the comics. But they're going to tell their own stories. And i think that's what makes because they understand that we said this a million times. They know what makes for a good story. They know the stories that they've told that are good and they know how to keep telling them and make them continue to be good so I like that about it beyond that Beyond that it's you know. I mean i don't know much more to say such insensitive looking forward to it and so i'm monica rambo's gonna be in this right so i'm thinking i wonder if they're gonna give carol danvers comical gorge. She can be caught in some kind of something that's gonna blow up and give giver powers or yet while you know what i mean. That's the thing that's always that weird thing. We're we're really carol. Danvers in the gut Miss america's powers Were the sheen blows. But then again her were always. The michigan goes up. But it's in when it's the sex magnetron. Yeah you know. It is a different kind of machine in an icu. Something we'll get. We'll get those quantum energies that she gets suffused with. You know because not for nothing do know where the do you know where the term do you know what what quantum physics really originally stuck with. Photons ha. Yes 'cause it was about. How adams would release a photon as they would jump these energy levels with an what is monica rambos name on photon. She's all photon iq Yeah so the idea that monica convert yourself into photons because she's travelling through the round as part of the of working with Or actually i get the feeling. I'm getting this. You mean she is. Maybe working with wanda after the events of endgame and essentially you know. gets captured by aim in the mandarin and And of course. I think if we get the mandarin in this it's going to be super settle at the end of it which is gonna be some references to tendering somewhere along the lines slaves. I think once we see that you know it's aim or whoever who has won the Who want to be working for. she owner. Whoever they're going to center in trying to rescue wanda Well actually i think she got caught up in it. That's the thing. That's agnes sweet. Generally speaking use agatha harkness and. Monica i basically. He's i think that ben after after engaged so game but a type wanda. She's not well they put it to you simply she's not well You know e- exists but vision is gone and the world has changed the last five years and i get the feeling that basically what's left of shield does exist now with these because all of the scenes in the last division field take place but for the game which i think is. They've really that needle in that time when they're like. No this is what happens in between so this is how we can actually get like some shield stop at the end is what shows been doing. And here's where we are now. So that probably. Monica and agnes are assigned to her and agnes being It is active a heartless being a mythical being beaten. Someone who maybe you know insent by doctor strange. No i need you to be there for her. Because she is a power are powerful and that kind of thing so that they get sucked into what the the on what has Burst into this quantum pocket round to manipulate her awareness of the world and that they're trying to establish their and i think that's what we're going for so that's my prediction. We'll see if it works. I'm not gonna say mark my words. No it's okay but assuming that it all works out great. Then i'll be very happy doing talk some comic book so because what is my what it's supposed to be comic book. What is you know my favorite comic book today. Oh man okay so some porn. I'm gonna go. It was very close with moda act but as modi has it all. But i really like juggernaut up story. I'm going to yeah so so d- so is a mutant. Yup in denial and we get what the whole thing is. Which is that you know as happens with some of these mutants. You know she. I don't even know. She accidentally killed her parents or her parents were accidentally killed when her powers surface. Again flared up there that first time or something. That's where it looked like. Yeah but it's the central powers are diesel ration- yeah it makes sense that something hit them and her powers automatically kicked kicked into dampen it but it couldn't save her parents so it's not that she killed her parents that she couldn't save or slow. The dry was her dad. Did she slow the driver down. I mean Might imagination is that yes she. She somehow managed to prevent basically saved herself by decelerating her when the driver hit their car but she couldn't save her parents because unfortunate nece. I the great use of swarm here home. Were these swarm powers to send these in his ask. Everyone laughs about more. But you know what you ever get. You ever get to hear mass dude. It's not good. Nazi skeleton covered in bees. Yeah and the you know the the whole thing crashing. I like and this is where i get my idea about. You know if. I was a person trying to deal with. You know super powered mutants krecko crate idea. Because you look at black. Tom cassidy in this. Who is an. Here's the thing there and this is what it comes up black. Tom cassidy is essentially in prison. You see what all these villains. They're all in prison. It's a nice prison. Bats an island. Yeah yeah it's island but they can't leave we have to be krecko goff land you know but it you know of course of course we are all the want you know if you find a willing partner you can strip till the cows come home sorry towed you know and and of course you got professor xavier possibly just always sending the feel-good in fact. I'm going to wait. That's the whole that's what he's always wearing the helmet professor. Xavier is basically mind manipulating every mutant super villain to keep them calm living on the island as best. He can't let the marauders marauders bit. He will let them live their lives. He's got the whole regeneration chambers so death doesn't matter as it were which is kinda messed up his own but this is what i like about this at. The end of it came realizes. He's gotta do what professor xs dealings but for people who aren't chains and he is gonna help all of the other super villains who never really asked to be super villains factor. Even next year set a new beginning but not the nazi scientists. Nobody likes him. Nobody like showing him zola. Nobody oregon again a bunch of play this week because he was even brought up in murdoch the see was in mohawk issue to modus. Mine gangs and kinda mad. The motoric series got cancelled. Because after reading this mike. Wow i kinda wanna sue heck that was you know was i know a lot of them. They're like five issues now and then call it a day but not on the tv series. Can't maybe i was up the other one that got canceled who who got cancelled. It might have been made on. I know they did the the. The robot can channel which you know. I heard anything about it. Not look good but you know stories but i don't care if the information sucks that's the thing and you basically have tony stark and motoryacht working together because motech needs to figure out how to fix this thing they have to go to the supervillain convention in las vegas of course which we okay the idea. The criminal technology show is in las vegas not magic for well back back in the nineties. They they had one in like a couple of captain america. They did it on that island. There's actually but the thing is the thing that's kind of interesting about it. Is that when you compare that to juggernaut where the for profit prison is experimenting on prisoners. Consensually even one could argue. That's the thing it's like you know. We take their dna and we do this. And no one's being known being hurt by this we're just but we're you utilizing the district. It makes you realize that. Oh you know probably. People are kind of cool with super super villainy so long as they stay within the lowest in the guild of calamitous intent so long as you stay in your lane and i think it was a parody of the consumer electronics thing that they beg us every area and that's cool and then they hack schools The silver centurion armor. And that's going to be because essentially the to get into the auction. You have to give a rare artifact. Yeah you know it is interesting. That like silverton. Social security number is valuable traveling because it is just an actual Even though it's an old one outdated tech. Yeah our detect beato but it is a viable. And it's it's it's you don't just want it because you want to put that in you want to put that on your wall you know sets my i am at genius just by some armor news it you know exactly you know We have when you're under cover. Of course we have. Hairy and arnim zola zola. Yeah and then we get flashbacks. The live you know his daughter who got it sad. Excuse her first break up you know. Breaking up is hard to do. That's one thing we can say. And hey hey hitler's back. Yeah they man. Lot of nazis Super villains marvel comics squeak. N kind of parody. Nazis which i think is kind of fun. Of course. I'm sure someone will say joe political thinking the nazis and pick up on it at first. Did you see did you. Did you realize the ptsd mode offline through on one pager. What you mean when he messes up the serpent society. Oh yeah says he sees no many blacks out wolf pack in the back in the day during in the beginning. I like grunwald. Captain america run. Yeah aim hired the serpent society. Kill modo and they did. Oh yeah yeah one of the many times you side as well. Yeah no yes. I and i caught that. And he has the. He has that that that that issue there so that is Fu nazi if nothing else. That's your tattoo kids. Get more back. Hate-mongers saying you nazi that's your next contact to And they realize that essentially whatever these memories are they are something that is older than mode. Actually it's something from when he was george the first time he was george and it's been there since then of course aim needs to kill mode and since obviously already in the serpent society can't hire them again. We need higher. The last person to defeat motor. Who's last week quinn pool. Oh oh man wait. Am i gonna splash and the french this. I wouldn't know where my sweatpants all right. Listen once or sauce. Oh look she's replaced. The bruce shirk with a robot shark bruce sharks with that poor right now. Yeah she hits washington take to To know bruce can come us. Oughta mutant why no. She wanted him to stay safe so she left them with dead. Poll maybe has kelly thompsons rotten. Deadpool and kelly are cash fair enough fair enough and yeah so i Motech also a great pick one pick one. So yeah. What about some ironman number. Five iron man tony stock. He's cool exact. We're the hottest deal. He's not an executive anymore because he gave up still pretty rich. But that's okay. He's got an old fashioned suit. Now what do you think. Add what you think about. What's going on with patsy While you know. I mean i don't know but there's a lot of mind manipulation going. Oh yeah quarterbacks trying to manipulator. But then i mean i liked dave and remember she used to be married to damian hellstrom too so yeah and brings up all her memories of how you don't know this kind of stuff you see and this stuff like this these. Are these little chance to let you know. This is what guide needs a starship. Man you got. Someone made him feel so conscious about his awesome facial hair. No i'm sorry. My awesome facial hair is just fine. he's like well. Guess shave it. To- don't want the first torched it looks like a silly face Get a great flashback. I don't know how i feel about this. 'cause i do feel the electroconvulsive therapy as a treatment gets a very bad rap But i also realize how frightening it can be especially if you are in a psychotic state. And they're doing this. This new. His new marvel declassified shows show on sirius. xm yeah people should Oh of course. Tony putting together his squad of you know. Oh you're the only people i could find. I liked the squad. But you know this. This is the thing that bugs me about it. So we've got scarlet spider. Man spider wasn't in vegas. Yeah i mean in the co- in in that conan bulky was there when peter the last series he had with peter david fighting it news in vegas all. That's what i was gonna say all of a sudden he's it says he's working as a night shift circa one at the metropolitan museum apart. Like right. yeah that's a lot that's a lot. I guess he thinks shakes out. Just a week in new york for tony. Stark's amy and you know and you know who knows how his last arc ended in. He's not in vegas anymore. Because that our candid yeah but You know what they're doing here with the trojan horse idea. They set up the basically. You're not telling me they killed miss unite out to like if they kill frogman. I could buy it yeah. I'm not gonna buy it Let's like oh. Why do you introduce frogman. Giving my need seamer. Oh yeah i speak sign language with no explanation for why he speaks hanley words. It's like you don't kill this many characters even the ones you just introduced even the b. side characters like children like that. It's killer misty knight. Know exactly to sort of reassure. The fans were to up the ante. And then you know we see you know. We have a quarterback walking away in his terminator face to go to tattoo. But yeah so. I don't know what we're building here but do feel it's lies to whatever great great albatross cover though again it's always I mean i don't know if it's just like the journey it's like the starts going to realize. He doesn't need his fortune to be a hero or the quarterback. You know i can do anything great. That's just what he needed a reason to stop feeling bad about himself. Yeah exactly we can learn some kind of less than you know. Yeah i. I mean i don't mind. I love the story of how the actions progressing. That's the thing. I don't wanna i don't wanna stop so would a good story. It is because it is. But it's like you know you you you give me these characters you make we care about them and then you blow them up but also you know. I know you didn't blow them up. That's the thing it's like. I don't even take the totally boa. I love the fact that actually that was like so. The 'cause the last i heard about gold i don't i knew it was working at a restaurant so the i don't know what was the survivor. So that's the only. That's the only thing i'm not sure of 'cause he did. Actually the last time we start. Gargoyles was a issue of patsy walker. Held at story. And where you find out that basically His other identity actually is as this guy who is a mystic. It's kind of Who's that who's that guy with the demon attached in dc comics. Her got that you're gone again. Yeah yeah yeah. Actually and so gaga is marvel's version of that except he's a guy who kind of made himself into a car coil. sort of. Yeah he's guy yeah he's just like stuck in the body the yeah yeah But yeah he does own a restaurant and so but there was a thing where he was trying to work with magic to try and bring him bring his guardrail self back which obviously is managed to do now but wound up putting splitting patsy walker into oliver different. She's been over the years so it was an interesting story that was we were here restaurant. I love the fact. That frogman is there to frogmen has had a couple of other gigs with batboy for awhile. The he he the towed in batboy actually actually he. The toad wasn't the iron. I think it was the deny think. So yeah yeah. Yeah they were. Team recalled the rejects for a while. But yeah so. He's had he has been around there on that for a free and it makes sense that he'd wind up working for another for another superhero busboy in their restaurant. You know and then it's like when when the call to adventure comes is oh. Let me get my superstar. So i liked. I liked it. he's there. I liked it. There actually is an argument for. Why is there and i like that. He is a part of it. And i don't like they blow them up at the end too. But we'll see what happens again physical cliffhanger. You'll see everyone's you know exactly and voice with corvette has said i don't want to kill anyone. I don't want to hurt anyone. You know so. I think that i don't think he would say that. And then blow them. I remember i kill the vendors before brana. They've been brought back yeah. I think he's manipulating something. Okay sore four. Eleven yes man. Dan blake is messed up. And i'm just gonna say this right now. Jane foster is way to calm talking to clearly. Hannibal lecter dan blades beginning. I don't think she she doesn't know that well he's off. Yeah but it's like how long you know. Even if he was normal. it's like. How long has he been buried in thor. Yeah i know you can argue it. But i'm just like Really i don't know i mean granted. Yes we have the artists advantage in this that you know we get the whole you know cutting mistake in the state group member so that's interesting This was when my favorite bit is Metaxas car yes Who is a real source. God i love that any is. He's a cast guide. Any is a trickster. God and it's like hey we made a low-key nice. What do we mean car. Our new location. Just been a jerk to or an. I love that retailers car. 'cause he can run all up and down. He gives us grilled squirrel. Can't you go into this pocket dimension very easily. He can come and go as he pleases. Wars get word to as garden. He's like there's no word did there's the one up there exactly. It's it's fun A wheel of to say we got four again stories. They're three good dog and a bill he's going to yes to call. But what i love about this walked. Josh spoke authority. Did they speak in dog. Talk can lock jock. Actually talk and just like to. You know i mean that's what i love about lockjaw the mysteries in the even though we've been told that shot is a dog. But the fact is he okay. He's a dog but he's a sentient dog superpowers. And maybe dangle can talk. But it is hard for him and just to let you know. That's the thing that's the thing for. Quicksilver is whatever you wanna say about it. It is just that you know just so you know Is a crap shoot and the facts of the matter is being a dog who is a sentence being aware and treated like a dog. Because you look like a dog isn't necessarily the best life either. So i think. They are working on squaring the circle of the lecturer origin. And what he said the thought but what he said to to To quicksilver that one time. I don't know what this is i don't know. Is that sim casting spell on her or ripping something out of her or was that him like imagining it. I i wasn't sure well because we get this seem later. Because the next series of say the next page after he does any narrow mishal com. This thing that makes you wonder if you put something on a glamour of some sort on her or maybe as she's after she and man talk about your useless deaths. Oh yeah red. Nordell read novell man thunder strike. No oh not undertake. Oh no ono. Red novell was actually. That's right. that's right. He also was a tour for a time. Who is the district that was eric. Masterson eric masterson. That's right yeah. It's it's it's messed up man. That's all i'm saying. Although i love i'm sorry i kind of feel like down. Blake over his head picked on frog. Yeah i i think i kind of feel like you know totally did the classic mistake totally did the classic mistake of underestimating europe on all the stores since next i woke to read norville next show kill and th- ragas like son you know he's got lockjaw yeah exactly you got lockjaw inthe. I think they're going to really. I mean that's that's the thing it's like. I don't know how long they run this out. Well i mean this in this one. It said part three of six. So i guess it's going to be so we've done three more victories bill. The the frog so who else. I guess we got eric masterson to come in later. He's dead so. I don't know how well i'll maybe they'll introduce what's his name when it's done got our. Yeah yeah kevin yeah. I'm trying to remember runner. I think he's run around but no but did you see the next issue was like him and jane might fight it out. Oh well there we go so we lord sexy second. James seems that'll be fun. Sarah jane to shoes when thorpe comes in. Like oh yeah. I'm sure a lot with the power of friendship quite frankly. I don't think we're going to beat down. Take dude okay. Yeah okay got sucked in a time loop sorry about that or are they going to do the thing. Were the half the locked on blake inside the board foot you know. Meanwhile four is going to have to battle every day and keep us darkness inside him in or whatever. I think that's true. It gets old fast or or there is oh man you know what they could do. They could actually just have down. Blake come back and just say. I'll be down. Blake or you know the they could build a relationship bruno's maybe they'll actually create a situation where they actually Do like the eighty s. Tv live action thing where don his guy who else and he calls for instance back but him having a human identity and two. I mean now is really going to be if he tries to split time with blake. It's now he's the ruler of asgard or is going to hand that off now. Maybe maybe i'll let location asgard. Aliquo became help votes tag on this very go. Wholesale actually would probably be the wisest most just ruler of asgard ever. You know. That's what i always say. It's like you want what you want. A king is some who's willing to delegate responsibility to the parliament and throw really good parties. So that's all said to a t. Yeah bunch of them have taken turns doing that one. It's been odin sleep. Manteca sleep but yeah. I don't think bulls stunning giftable stack became ask attribute. He's been a source so it's not like he you know he doesn't have the bonus the actually is they have actually been building up. Volkswagen as you know despite. His ito delights for the food. Drink and the Lots of sex with his wife because he he's a happy mary. You temptresses home in their four hundred and seventy three kids. They live a long time. That's that's what happens. When you married fertility goddess. I'm just telling yourself you never think about that was like oh i wanna love you forever guys like yeah you better. But volts keeps up Okay star wars republic who. This is a good one. We young devil may care iota in it which is interesting because it's basically this one. What's her name. The little everyone saying that for okay. But i know that her her Her masters called steer who is a lizard and he just lost his arm and a great battle But don't worry because it grows back with. I do love. He is this. She is basically going to have her test to prove worthy of being jerry night and she has climbed to the big spire and get the thing but as she's doing all this There's an attack on the little village of the new republic This little side story with the building of this great space station and it's it is interesting in the dialogue in. How does echo what was said about the death star about building. This great Great machine and oh yes right. Here's here's our hansel. Iota man in his starhopper traveling the universe drinking beers. Taking names to your yoda us too. Because that's that's the path that forced to them. He's not. I'm not coming back to join the. I'm not coming back to join the council man. I'm just here to lend my. It is coolest yet. Either yoda yes. And essentially essentially what happens is they realize when our pattern uses the force to communicate with the mantra bugs. That what it is is they are. They don't usually come to this but because of the beacon in the space station that they just felt it throughout their normal pattern of migration so she has to get them back on the right track by taking the what they call it but the shuttle craft sliding it up and out in the jetting and it goes. Who's to lead them away stays help rebuild the building. The building. The vote that was attacked by the monsters. And then you find out that are are Jodie whittaker looking jet. I hear on the cover. She's actually been made the marshall of this region and she does night our our friend who also has a really cool a bo staff style. Lightsaber and She gets to be a jedi knight. And it's all great and then for some reason because as a star wars books scar goes into a skier. Goes into his room and says bandit 'cause in fact that was the test the whole time was not whether she would continue to pursue the trinket but which you get her prizes agenda but would she forsake being djeddai to save a city and she did and now she's a jet to so. Yeah i actually kinda like this takes place even give you this. Nice time at the start at the very start they say okay so this is prequel this before the pre calls this the prequel time. This is an even say like this is. This is where the mandalorian shows up or this lauren shows up and then this is the last part there over as the first order. Yeah so that's what that's our current star wars universe so very cool star wars the high republic number. One poet's going for thirty five bucks on ebay. I got it for four. 'cause i just went to the store and bought it. 'cause it's cheaper if you just go to the store pro tip. They let you know the comics coming out in advance. And they can order as many as they like. So if you like say hey make sure you give me a high republican. They can say. Hey we want a million of those. Another okay is a million great. Thank you could see. They print the books themselves. So that can make as many as that. What and you preordered. That's how you know that. Oh yeah okay now. I have the thing i wanted. It's they make them for you. Look like what that t shirt and they do the printing on demand. That's like that but for comic books a couple of weeks before your good kids go so hated. You say you wanted to talk. Farley future state harley quinn oh harvey future state yes. I liked this book. I don't know what's going on is like another universe another time line future. Yeah so. I mean i guess. Ten years in the future. Some much as i'd everybody's like really young. Maybe that maybe that fear gas keeps you young. I guess maybe that's the story. Yeah like ah. I was telling you before i mean this was going to be their ongoing five g thing before. But now so yeah. I don't know it way in the future. Just enough worth stops different. I like i know. But it's not like either. Neither scarecrow nor harley quinn were teens supervillain. That's what makes it a little weird so it's like or like it's like maybe i guess who are in the twenties in santa cat nudity. And now they're like. Maybe i guess they're forty course like you know it's like Sharon carter old. I don't know except they're not so. I fear toxin keeps you young. The only thing i didn't understand. And so i i love the dynamic of scarecrow in harley. Yeah in nest. Both being psychiatrists. Both being people. Who deal with people's heads at like that like that harley is solving the problems for jonathan harker right crate. Incriminating harker is from the dracula. That's right trying to think rain. So yeah i like harley and a hard lean and jonathan crane working the only i don't get and maybe you're gonna explain this to me. Is the whole black mask scenes. Okay 'cause i don't know if this is a flashback or who. He's talking to about learning the black mask. 'cause part of me like oh. Is this him talking to crane now or at different times it. There's been several different points. Where like black mask kohout. Who who make his gang wear masks to like. They have the wear masks so this is interesting. You don't deserve where the mass i think. One of his lackeys failed them so we just kept some. Yeah okay so this is them making trying to make flash Black mask cabin. I'm sure if you're dc fans you wouldn't be make book manchester me happen us to cool. It's like okay. i'm sure he is. I mean they needed him. So many times it's By really liked hardly features. Say i may get them to pull up most. Yeah like i said. I think there's only one more issue jack after future states in january and february. So yeah see some of the what. They are doing a harley ongoing in march. I think they said this the that this woman writing this is going to write the ongoing so like i might i. Might you know. I kind of feel like you know. They got me like harley almost in reaction to them creating punchline who i spies so maybe that's punishment it's supposed to do not so much so punchline books so hard you say this how bad it could be by a harley book. I knew disagrees but yeah punchline. It's don't know who agreement that don't know wall like little set. I guess there's a certain segment of the population. That's really down for punchline. But it's like i i i i don't like here's the thing. You never felt like harley. Quinn was really a serial killer. She probably has killed many people in her day but not because she was trying to kill people like she hit him with a baseball bat. Hit their next snapped. Well that's that's just designed by the manufacturer you know home. That's god's say anything harley always struck me as worm accessory to murder than anything. It's like oh here. I'm going to sit in this chair. So this mr j could do whatever he wants to you. Yeah. hey and that's fine and You know of course. That's the empowerment of punch lennox. But if you're in power to do pad that's not good you know. It's what a world we live in. Yes those are my comic books It's been a good show Do you have anything that you wanna talk about trifon okay. So let's wrap this up. So i hope you can hear me okay I hope our audience here is okay but you know if you have those scratchy dollar store heads like i always buy because i'm cheap cheap guy like me. Yeah he just by another dollar for pair of headphones. Yeah they usually only one of the headphones works when you open it but you know you can judge you can ride that one headphone for at least a couple of weeks before he had to mind other set. But here's a crazy thought rather than doing that. 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Aztec Sun Stone rediscovered - December 17, 1790
"Finding the right pros for home projects can be tough and sparked a lot of questions like how do I find a pro. Who can help. Will they do a good job. Will I get a fair price. That's where homeadvisor can help from leaky. Faucets to major remodels. homeadvisor connects you to the right pro for the job in seconds and even helps you get a fair price. Ace you can also read reviews. Check a project cost guides and book appointments go to Homeadvisor DOT COM or download the free homeadvisor APP to start your next project. This Day in history class is a production of iheartradio high again. Everyone its eaves and welcome to this this day in history class a show. We're history waits for no one. Today is December Seventeenth Twenty nineteen and the day was December seventeenth. Seventeen eighteen ninety Aztecs johnstone a circular stone marked by carvings of calendar signs. An image is related to the Aztec Creation. Myth was rediscovered discovered though it has been called a calendar stone archaeologists today believe that it was not used as an astronomical device or Sundial but rather as a ceremony ceremony container related to the Aztecs. Guide Tony You. The Aztecs Dunstan was probably carved sometime between fifteen o two and fifteen twenty during reign of motech assume on the second the center of the stone bears an image of what's thought to be the son got tuna to you though. Some scholars have proposed that. It's an image of of the god of the nightside or the Earth Monster. The central image appears inside a cliff that means movement and represents the fifth son or the present era that will end with the destruction of humankind. Tone issues hands appear as claws holding human hearts and his tongue is a stone knife the image of the Sun. God is framed by four boxes that contain symbols of the four previous signs or eras surrounding the central section is a rain. Depicting the signs lines that correspond to the twenty days of Ashtec. Solar calendar around. That ring is a second ring with representations of Sunrays and square sections each containing five dots. The outermost ring depicts to fire serpents and at the top of. That ring is a cliff that represents the date. Thirteen read which is said to correspond correspond with a year. Fourteen twenty seven and the beginning of the fifth son. The stone is about twelve feet or four meters in diameter and weighs more than twenty. I four short times. The stone may have been originally located in the ceremonial precinct obtain not line and placed horizontally near where human sacrifices they took place. After the Spanish conquest religious officials burried it underneath Izzo Colo- the Central Plaza of Mexico City workers who were leveling and remodeling the plaza dug up the stone on December. Seventeen seventeen ninety. It was examined by archaeologists then moved to a cathedral federal and later transferred to the monolith gallery of the Archaeological Museum. There have been many interpretations of the stones. Meaning scholars have said that it. May they have been used as a repository for human hearts or a base for the final sacrificial of a gladiatorial combat and soon after its rediscovery. Mexican can scholar Antonio Daily on Gama wrote a treatise on the stone and hired artist. Francisco Day Aguado to illustrate an image of the monument. Leon e Gama and other early scholars suggested at the stone was used as an astronomical timekeeping device scholars have also suggested that the stone was used to represent rulership death sacrifice and a success of Aztec armies. The stone is currently housed the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. Uh I'm each tough coach and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did. Yesterday give us a shout or share on social media at not the I H fi podcast or if you would prefer to email us you can send a message at this day at iheartmedia dot com truly. Hope you enjoyed today's show. We'll be back tomorrow with another episode. Komo podcasts from iheartradio iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to. Your favorite shows finding the right pros for home. Projects can be tough and sparked a lot of questions chins like. How do I find a pro. Who can help. Will they do a good job. Will I get a fair price. That's where homeadvisor can help from leaky. Faucets to major remodels roles. homeadvisor connects you to the right pro for the job in seconds and even helps you get a fair price. You can also read Reviews Check Project Cost Guide and book appointments go to Homeadvisor DOT COM or download the free homeadvisor APP to start your next project.
PDB Talks Politics
"Hi, you're listening to fill the Beller and this is fresh cast by pay debates so topical moment at the moment with an election coming up on may eighteen been asking a lot of seat us a lot of questions of my opinions thoughts on the subject of politics and had lot to do with politics. But Michael state and federal advising politicians meeting with them as an industry from a marketing perspective, personal branding past prime ministers past premiers the whole lot. So let me start by saying the following. Inspite one or another to me, it's all about policies. It's all about content, and it's all about beliefs, and what people do more than what they say. It's just put that out. They voted for labour in the pacify, the independent of Dylan p of liberal voted for all different people because it's about the people in the potty in the beliefs and the strategy, and what's right at the time. Just want to put that disclaimer at front that. I'm not getting one brained or another to me, it really is about the people in the content and unfortunately for counts dead, it's politics. It's it's more about who. We don't want to see in government versus who we do want to say. So let me make that statement as well to me back in the eighties. Nineties astray was growing amazingly because we had stolen position. And when you have strong opposition than you have strong government denied different to business. If you have strong competition, you have strong business because you went excel if there's not strong competition. It's one of the things that might develop coffee, so amazing. He's at that. We had so much struggle petitional wasn't findings dibella head to be amazing. If it was going to be a mock Aleida to make politics is being a great state of politics in this country. At all levels of government, where there's an amazing opposition the moment, you have amazing opposition you need to have a mazy just results that you'll have amazing government. So let me make that second. But things I want rise it up in about to me. What really really gets me upset about politics today is the concept of hypocrisy. I hate hypocrisy at the best of times in government. It's Ross and I'm going to put a few things that feed upon to. We're told that we were healthy government healthy country for employing people. So we want businesses and miss countries made up of small medium businesses that is the majority that and the government of the biggest employers of people in the entire country. So if you take away government apart from government at all levels as that employments people. So let's just remember that when we're having a go at business owners for what about is the business owners, the ones that actually providing for people to be able to make money to bring home to education for health holidays and. All the rest of it. So before we're very quick to go business owners at any level. Let's just remember that it's a business that provide employment and unless everybody wants to work for the government that if we don't look the business owners, we're going to be in trouble. And I think this is the clarity. That's missing from politics today, but definitely missing from people. So let's get back to policy number one, which is about payroll Tech's in again, some of this applause at local some of this state and some of its federal just talking about politics in general and the data behind it with old that we need to employ more people. We measure one of the biggest barometers in this country by low on employment. However, we penalize people when they play more people. So for those of you that don't know what I mean Pero texts different threshold every in every state how ever the more people you employ the Motech she pay pod to figure out and business owners. They pay payroll tax to what I'm saying does the dunk you need to not that an employer. Somebody that UN's. A business is charged. More tax was charged at. Special Tech's payroll Tech's for employees. So this is above and beyond the normal, Texas, so progress in one we're told employ more people because it's great for the economy yet, which attacks the prophecy number two fringe benefits Tech's so we're told to look after employees, which every great employer wants to look after guiding place. We want to give them perks. We want to give him big wanna take them to lunch. We want to take boxes at sporting events. However, if we do that as employers, which another text could fringe benefits tax, so in this country were told that we have to look after workers that we have to the rights of the work retrial gre- of always looked after my workers. However every time I've looked to my worker been charged and tax code fringe benefits. Text again, most people don't know this, but employees chives to text to look after this stuff. If number three with told that we want to be the sparring country on property by house by investment property by another property. However, the mole property, you Ubud, there's a thing called Lennox. So the more property earned the Motech she pay again this is separately. Everyday Texas, you pay a thing called Lennox. So you start to see what I'm talking about the focus in this country on one hand, we're saying we want you aspire. We want to inspire you get on the other side we penalized and charged Tex for achieving. Fourth. Is let's talk about capital gains tax, so capital gains, tax you buy property, you invest you were paid off you make a profit you give a quarter of the prophet to the government, more importantly and something that'll be I've had the pipe pipe. Plenty of is business. You start a business with your own money. You take all the risk. You have nobody to help you from government, you pay your taxes on any profits. You you make you pay your taxes, you pay taxes fees stuff and all the other Texas mentioned. However, when are so my business, whatever profit, I might give a quarter of that to the government. That's capital gains tax. They fall in effect. When a start a business, or anyone that has started a business always looking at starting a business, you are in punishable with the government for one quarter of your business. However, the government doesn't carry any liability the government doesn't Tierney risk in the government. Seventy doesn't give you any money to start the business. So we tell everybody this country. We want you to have ago, we want you to aspire to own your own business. We want you to be. Alita all the rest of it that advocated improv accounted to yet. The government comes in. At the end insists thank you taking a quarter for everything. Now, don't get me wrong and on talking north of twenty twenty five million dollars off tie in my loft on so and I have a problem with that subject to the following. And as Kari Pekka said, it's what the government doesn't the money that I have a problem with which leads me to the biggest fundamental eighteen for the first time industry. We have eight government that he's putting forward proposition that we will finally spend less than what we make now running this country running the local government running state government running a household night difference, you have money in and money. And I need you with this thought when it comes to maintain who should be running this country because this affects everybody from those that are on retirees on pensions. Disability pensions. Those that don't work at. All those that with their butts off there's a lot of texts little texts this affects everybody it is simple equation. You cannot spend more money than what you make. And if you spend more money than what you make. Then you have to put prices up. No difference to a household. If you make one hundred dollars, and you spend one hundred twenty dollars, you need to go and make more money in terms of the government, if they put a budget forward that is not in surplus than I have to go and charge people more money. So that they can make up the deficit. Now, come you need to decide if you want prices going up across anything we need to put a government in power that is going to spend less than what I make. Now. This is not a hard concept to think about and again advocating one government or another what I am advocating is common sense. You cannot be in a position where we spend more than what we make. Because at the end of the day. Somebody pays and it's the same people paint every time. Now, what you got to remember is that it's not about his got more who's got less and all the rest of what it's got to do with quality of loss. We will not be breeding at great quality of loss. If we don't get back to simple economics. We need governments to start spending less than what they make. And that's the rest. Of course, they runs going to have their own opinion, and who had benefits, and whether you're retiree with your worker and all the rest of it is going to be ups and downs is going to be positive negatives to the whole lot and you can with however what you cannot run that want work. No matter who's in government is irresponsible management of money because you have a look at your own household have look at your own financial position. The biggest problems come when you don't have the money you need to do what it is made. And it's no different in this country. If we don't get into a position to have the right amount of money to do what we need. We're going to have some concept. Fee to think about that's my position on the how politics thing for now. Happy to do a follow up in future flash costs. But right now, it's about choosing responsible management of money to government because it's different to how we run a business. How we run a hassle? We'll have this country shipping around. You've been listening to Philip dibella. This is flash cast by PD bay. And again bay the district can be and remember that people's limitations often self-imposed.
Big business calls for Brexit backing
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by alliance for lifetime income an organization dedicated to educating and raising awareness about how annuities solve retirement income needs because income planning that includes protected monthly income solutions helps ensure you'll never outlive your money in retirement. Find out if making nudity is a vital component of your portfolio is the right choice for you. Learn more at retire your risk dot org and by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet him Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather Thomas testing centers. Learn more head to planet m dot com. Planet him Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. British business leaders react to the prime minister's Brexit deal live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service. I'm Vivian newness feeling on end. Good morning business leaders here in Britain have been having this say on the so-called DeVos deal that Prime Minister Theresa may has negotiated over Brexit uncertainty around whether the drafty will pass through parliament Kohl's the Pratt pound to slide yesterday and many companies are preparing for range of scenarios for when Britain Fulmer leaves the European Union in March next year. Warren, east is a CEO of Rolls, Royce, which makes aerospace marine and submarine engines, we all preparing for an exit from the EU without an agreement in place, and we know that that might be disruptive. And that's why we taking the contingency measures that we have to take we all going to continue with Al contingency plans, and that includes Buffa stalks, so that we have the logistical capacity. We need to carry on running all business. Hey, says it's vital that British companies retain the ability to trade easily with Europe. I think any deal is better than no deal that giving us a framework for how we're going to work in future. And when is an an agreement will provide certainty, I'm putting forward a fairly sort of unashamed business Centric view, and there are many agendas here thorough business, the UK's very important aerospace partners, however based in Europe. And so it's very important that we're able to continue to trade easily with Europe Rolls, Royce CEO, Warren, aced, let's do the numbers. After its biggest one day drop the more than two years yesterday. The pound has recovered slightly. Asian shares were mixed hopes for tho- in the US. China trade will tempered by disappointing results in the tech sector. Japan Airlines is taking new measures to make sure it's pilots are under the legal alcohol limit when they fly. It comes after one of their pilots was arrested at Heathrow airport here in London for being drunk. The BBC's far AM suit has more the pilot cuts Toshi jitsu Kara was arrested last month after a test showed he was nine times over the legal limit. It's not the first time. One of the companies pilots have been caught drunk on the job since August last year. There have been nineteen cases where Japan Airlines pilots have failed the company's alcohol tests. According to a spokesperson twelve flights were delayed as a result with the remaining seven operating on time, only because alternative crew members were found under the new measures all of Japan, Airlines pilots who will be required to take a breath test before departing from international airports. Other airlines have also had recent trouble with intoxicated pilots of. Airways pilot who turned up for work after drinking three double vodkas was jailed earlier this year while in India ah pilot was recently barred from flying for three years after he failed an alcohol test, the BBC's thorough Masud reporting there, how many people do, you know, who still watch TV in black and white none. Well here in Britain half a century after color broadcasting began seven thousand people say that's what they do. Now. Cynics might say that's because people who watch in black and white pay less in mandatory TV licensing phase, the what if there is a tiny section of the population that profess TV the old way Edward tenor. A research at Princeton is the author of the book why things bite back. There are people who just stay with what they have. But there are also people sometimes technically sophisticated people who have sound reasons to at least have a part of their lives in analog. For example. There are still. Many many enthusiasts of vinyl records. And there are even companies now that are that are selling vinyl records, again people say that vinyl records and tube amplifiers will have a warmer sound they they don't like the artifacts. They believe are introduced by digital recording. There are many people who like analog sometimes for aesthetic reasons. Some people don't really like the the perfection of digital. There's a school of thought that's that's similar to the Japanese idea of wabi Sabi that says something a little bit warn and all the way cracked cups would be put together in the seams would be filled with gold leaf. There are all kinds of reasons for keeping to old technology. And when tennis says he himself is a fan of Ota Motech. I have still not bought a flat screen television. I still use a last generation Trinitron too. Sheba a television. I also watched films on Blu Ray and streaming on a on an HD monitor. And what I find is that there's something about the collar and the contrast in the direct view kessel Ray tube that makes up for the lack of detail. And I often really prefer it. I think there are often technical reasons, for example, older recordings were not made with with auto tune in auto tune makes for a certain kind of perfection, but I was just reading the Ritu area of one of the Beatles. Engineers, and he he was saying that that this is a nice error. So sometimes these imperfections in analog media, add a lot of charm to things that they're psychologically, very appealing in ways that can't be quantified with the usual tests. Princeton research Edwin ten and finally scientists assent to change the way. The kilogram is defined currently it's measured by the white of platinum based in God locked away in a safe in Paris. But it's white has changed over the years as its deteriorated research is a soon expected to vote in favor of defining a kilogram in terms of electric current. Instead, he can listen to podcasts. Marketplace morning report wherever you find yours online in London, I'm Vivian Nina's with the marketplace morning report from the BBC well sevice. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by American Express see payment do now as flexible payment options see business differently with the powerful backing of American Express don't do business without it. Learn more at American Express dot com slash C business differently.
December 31, 2020
"From the sea so series it cybersecurity headlines. It's thursday december thirty first twenty twenty our last show of the year t mobile disclose data breach. The carrier began notifying customers on december. Twenty ninth that. A security incident exposed account information later announcing that security teams recently discovered militias unauthorized access to it systems. Customers proprietary network information was exposed as a result including phone numbers. Call records and the number of lines on account t mobile said that account holders names physical addresses email addresses financial data credit card information social security numbers tax. Id's passwords and pins were not exposed however phone numbers could be used to initiate phishing schemes seemingly coming from t mobile update solar guidance as part of the updated guidance to deal with the fallout from the supply. Genetech see so now says that all government agencies still running the solar ones or ryan platform must update to the latest version by the end of twenty twenty all systems running a ryan that cannot be updated by that deadline. Must be taken off line. This update comes. After security researchers discovered a new actively exploited orion vulnerability over the holiday weekend an authentication bypass in the orion. Api that allows attackers to execute remote code on a ryan installations this was being used to install these supernova malware on servers a completely separate attack from the supply chain issue emoto strikes lithuanian health infrastructure. The internal networks of lithuania's national center for public health envy sc and several municipalities. Were infected by the button. It as part of a larger attack in the country state institutions once infected systems began sending fake emails or engaging in other types of malicious activity on december twenty ninth. End the shutdown. It's email systems to stop further spread of emo set after an investigation. The malware was able to spread undetected as it was sending reply messages with militias code in password protected attachments with password included in the email body. This is the second large-scale motech campaign to hit lithuania year. Apple lose copyright case against corallium last summer apple sued the security startup over copyright infringement for providing an emulated version of the operating system u s district judge rodney smith ruled in favor of corallium saying the emulation amount of fair use given that it was transformative for security researchers by adding capabilities letting your see and halt running processes and take life snapshots in the ruling judge smith did say apple may still pursue a separate federal lawsuit on the grounds that corallium circumvented it security measures when creating it software and now reversing labs seaso's cybersecurity tip of the day newly created digital data that supports productivity is growing greater than forty percent annually with more employees working remote and businesses relying on this digital content. What steps are you taking to ensure. This data is secure. Learn more about how reversing labs can help establish secure digital business processes today and watching on-demand demo at reversing labs dot com slash demo. Fbi investigating hijacked smart home devices attackers. Were hijacking the devices. To access microphones and video feeds on them in order to watch victims. Get swatted or have. The police called on them. The attackers use credential stuffing attempting to reuse passwords and user names previously leaked another data breaches to access the devices in some instances. The attackers also livestream the video from the compromise devices over the internet. Many of the calls made to police to initiate the swatting word done through dark web services or discord box that allow for anonymous calls. The fbi said it's working with device makers better inform customers about setting unique passwords and advising local first responders about this new tactic with sabi knocked off line for hosting malware. The cloud storage provider usually both eleven nine of data durability. But it's availibility took a big hit after having its with saab assists dot com taken off. Line this occurred. When the company's domain registrar found malicious content hosted on the domain the registrar forwarded the abuse notification to the wrong email and was sabi was never notified. This resulted in temporary suspension of the domain. Where almost all of the company's storage buckets are hosted after moving the militias content and responding to the registrar. The domain was restored. Thirteen hours. Later apple rubes sap for finding underground parties. The vibe together app was removed from the ios apps store as it offered to organize and attend underground parties often in violation of state or city. Covid nineteen rules. The app tiktok account was also banned in a statement to the verge one of the co founder. So the app had a few thousand users with several thousand additional applicants that requested access the app seemingly launched originally using the name trendies. How do we close the cyber skills gap. This question was addressed in a recent editorial by fortinet vice president robert shot and early twenty twenty survey by the company found that seventy six percent of respondents thought skill shortages were creating edited risks for organization with a twenty nineteen study finding an additional four million cybersecurity professionals needed to fill the void. Reshot makes the case that continuous learning is essential to bring in and keep cyber skills up to date with the evolving threat landscape. He further calls on private organizations to coordinate with nonprofits and academic institutions to provide training certifications and mentoring as well as opening up the training programs to create equitable diverse and inclusive pipeline wall employees. Need to stay on top of skills. Shot argues that private organizations need to lead in expanding who has to training in the first place. That was our last show of the year. We'll be off tomorrow for new year's day but we'll be back next monday january fourth twenty twenty one with our first report of the year. Thanks for listening. And we're looking forward to a successful twenty twenty one for all of us. I'm rich draft lino reporting for the sea so series cybersecurity. Headlines are available every weekday head to see so series dot com for the full stories behind the headlines.
Special: CES Day Three
"It's the podcast with Marguerite Edwards, and Garnett hair. Let's start the show Mark back with more from Garnett's trip to see last week. We're in the second episode of the innovation podcast, but we're onto day three of CS with garnet right now, we visit again with Laura Haykal of language line. This was recorded at the connected, home transport innovation space and carnet asked Laura what she really liked. Well, one of the things that I think is totally cool. Really fascinating is the smart bathroom by colour? What about well? What smart about it is that the entire bathroom from the toilet to the sink in vanity the mirror the bath tub? And the shower are all connected and can be controlled via Alexa, can actually set presets for the temperature of your water in the shower. The temperature of your water in the bath the height of the water. Absolutely. Because what will happen is? You can say Alexa, start my shower. And it will heat up the water before the water starts coming out of the the shower head. So I love that. I also think that the design is very cool. It's very kind of space-age with a spa layer and thing, right? The bowl look of colour exam. So I stick into brand there. Yeah. Exactly. And and I also love the the idea of a toilet that you never have to touch. You don't have to clean it. It's it's just fully self contained and all you need to do a sit on it. If we can just get them installed in port authority bus terminal leave it'd be. But you know, at five thousand eight thousand dollars a hill. Now, I think he's got other priorities. But I've also seen some other really cool things like at home. I exam where you can do an eye exam at home with an out, and then you can just order glasses direct. There's also a couple of moves that are selling home Saana ground. Applications are. Well, it's basically just checking for the health of pregnancy the baby. And and then that information goes direct to your doctor. Oh and the whole flow between us. The doctor totally feeble. Exactly. And so we're looking at it from an outsider. I said, you know, my concern is will what about the doctors is this taking all of this in home health care taking away from the doctors and the gentleman I spoke to said, no, actually, it's making the process more efficient. It allows the doctor to not necessarily have to go into an office. But they can still be giving you the best Karen service. More efficiently. So I thought that was really neat as well. All right. Thank you. Laura. Hegel? Thank you. This is awesome. Then reconnected with a CBS insider someone who has been there many times as an attendee and booth designer James Kern, founder and CEO of Xs to see what the highlights were for him. So actually one of these are just looking at which is sort of non electrified tech. Innovation was for an organ type seating for the office. And basically it kind of combined Swiss ball with like a relaxed the back kind of cheer for Amish base a stool on us risk ball. And you put your feet up on the base this tool that rolls around. And you basically have to stabilize yourself using your core. Your back Postles. Those sit in the office. How was it for you the first time you, and I tried it out. Yeah. It's pretty challenging. I was on one that had a pretty inflated bladder. So the the the bladder. On the strength of the spear on the bottom is just based on how much air you have quite a bit of in it. So it was a pretty high sphere. And so that was pretty challenging to to hold in the Middle East after about two three minutes. It was a little bit exhausting. So you're gonna have to learn how to use it. Is it detachable or is it used only one? So the base at Southend. The students can come off the nation could use the standing virgins mouse, you can stand on your feet on the balancing spear semi sphere of the bottom and use as standing so that's pretty nice two in one product see separate product. You're standing good price too. Yeah. It was Reverend defined ninety nine price point or maybe four ninety nine. Counts. Remember called sit tight tight tight news like exercise. It was pretty good fun. Getting shot out to some of the stuff that's down in Indy. Indigo those biz there's a bike called, mate dot, spike. It's literally made to eat he, and it's a full electric bike that has big offroad tires, and it's actually the the most successful campaign in terms of fundraising of ever there. Right at the twenty million dollar all my funding. Incredible phenomen, that's like a major outlier from the other fundraising efforts. Exactly. I mean from what I've learned in the space that you know, as product from the platform, they usually maybe one hundred fifty thousand maybe one one point five million most of the products. There's certainly the breakout stories hit two three four million, but very rarely do they get into that double digits of millions. Yeah. Very very impressive a really cool product. When you see the product, you're like, well, I want that it inspires a sense of desire that is clearly part of the of the of the funding got a little bit of this object of desire thing that that apple show good out with its appliance, absolutely Inigo platform. It's really neat. Because there's these unique products another one that was sort of a non digital thing. There was this universal kitchen top for balls or storage containers. And it was this really stretchy rubber material that it was so flexible that it can fit all these dinners you happen to notice what was in the compound or no. I don't know that it was it was advertised secret sauce. One of those. Things that had a little dial little button on the top every every lid has a little dial in the top is basically got Monday Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday, Friday, Saturday, she said it to the day that you put it in their market or any to label. You don't need. This was your on Tuesday. And you know, how many days old because the dial and against simple technology, super useful. And not doesn't have to have an app that you download it. I think that's that's been interesting. This year is that there's less stuff that is a standalone app for every gadget actually really play. I actually I think that is a really good characterization of one of the major themes here, non digital technology that still very innovative and very new. I I'm very curious. What you think about some of these brands that seem to be having like nostalgic. Relaunches do you remember seeing anything from Victoria? Remember seeing anything from ROY? You know, I mean. I did see RCA RCA dog out. I forget the name of the dog with the character from the RCA from that from the victory last. I'll thank you call spot. Yes. Spit spitting or spin. Yeah. Anyway, so they were featuring a little bit of that nostalgia product design, and and to call back to simpler times earlier time and bringing back that feeling so that definitely I think that correlates zeitgeist thing, right? I mean two thousand eighteen year of the big data backlash. Right. You know, the data tracking companies like Facebook that were previously darlings of the stock market and the end the world really all of a sudden taking black eyes left and right for both consumers and regulators, and I feel like there's not quite a backlash effect per se. But there's this guy that once simpler, you know, more honest, more transparent, possibly even more low tech dare I say, but more Motech tech actually amount of time. It takes for unit unblocks setup connect configure. Learn all that you have to do. Right. And then still he's he's been. An hour and a half hours doing that. How much of the of the capability of the product you really even using that probably using ten to fifty percent of that list. There's can do and unless you're just another two or three hours learning and playing with it. You're not gonna end up using speech. That was to me. I burn out after an hour. You have to get back to real life. The ID do do your if it's simple to use. And it's real quick and easy to understand it up. Right. And I think that's that's been something that you've seen a trend as well. James Kern, CEO experiential ISM now XM. Thank you very much. James Garnett strolled over to chat with Bart Jacobs. Rosier the guy behind those scooters we mentioned earlier he c- of Turgo the tesla of scooters accident. Beautiful beautiful design. Tree batteries were raise it too. Also. Is it the plug for connecting the batteries are the charter it's connecting battery. So the battery always come out to charge can also plug in the blood here. Okay. On time. Exactly just six. The larger story huge truck great. It's three times watching any. My victory has like this much, right? Get you like a large bag too. Hello. Even if it's about five five million. Perfect South America. Yes. One world ride is people using air smartphone while driving. Here's. Departments. He connected with you charge. It connects this issue. Streams while defy so awesome. Speakers here just press a whole bus about his. So. Reset it or not. Very cool. This is my next purchase. Too because you have to the right with the friend. That's a big thing about product is on if you can get it to the point where create desire to owed. You're you're you're halfway. Yeah. You're halfway to sell it. Took us there. Didn't it? It's it's always fun to go on located with these. And we plan to do a lot more of that over the next several months and years to come next time Garnett. And I will be talking about experiential marketing guy heard a bit from today James current avec schism and Chris Clegg of port by so join us. Thanks for joining netted Mark on the innovation podcast. Visit innovation podcast dot CO. Two. Subscribe and listen to other episodes.
3: Djalo Reposar y los Desafos de Aprender un Idioma
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Saturnalia / Aztec Sun Stone rediscovered - December 17
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Ask allie on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Everyone it's eaves just wanted to let you know that you'll be hearing episode for me and an episode from tracy wolfson today. Hope you enjoyed the show. Welcome to this day in history class. From how stuff works dot com and from the desk of stuff. You missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history. Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy real soon. And i'd like to thank christopher haciendas for filling in for me for the previous seven episodes. Today is december seventeenth and december seventeenth marks the beginning of saturnalia. Although we don't know exactly what year. The ancient romans observed saturnalia for the first time. This was though a very popular roman holiday. Honoring the gods saturn. It was probably the most popular of all the room. Investable hs and one of the things that saturn was associated with was agriculture both sowing and harvesting and this festival happened at the end of the autumn harvest and the beginning of the winter. Plantings cycle originally. This was just a single day observance on the seventeenth and by the reign of emperor augustus which lasted from twenty seven bc e until he died in fourteen see had become a two day event. People had been celebrating it at that point for at least two hundred years over time. Saturnalia got longer and longer and more elaborate. It started overlapping. The winter solstice it was lasting for seven entire days although some emperors tried to rein it in a little bit. Cut it down to maybe a more manageable five days instead of seven. This was not just a time. For drinking and feasting people shut down their businesses including for this entire seven day stretch took a break from all their work. Various codes of proper behavior became more and more relaxed. For example people were allowed to gamble which wasn't acceptable and a lot of other circumstances. Enslaved people were temporarily given more freedoms and some folks obeyed connections to today's observances of mardi gras in terms of what the atmosphere was like. There was a lot of partying and revelry at the end of this festival. There was also a presentation of gifts usually have candles and of wax figures. Wax models of fruit people also decorated their homes with greenery. The statue of saturn in his temple in rome was typically bound with woollen rope. But during saturday elia those bombs would be cut during the festival. Saturnalia continue to be observes the emperor constantine converted to christianity which happened in the year three twelve. That made the roman empire. At least officially a christian empire but pagan religions did continue to be observed and pagan observances continued to happen so for a time christian holidays and pagan holidays and festivals were really being observed at the same time so a lot of people point to saturnalia as the origin point for christmas in the western church and including both the date that it celebrated and some of the traditions involved in celebrating it. And this i mean it makes logical sense. Saturnalia and christmas were both being observed in the roman empire because of the shifting of saturnalia and the lengthening of it that put it right up against december twenty fifth but there were also other pagan celebrations happening on the twenty fifth of december as well some of them with closer parallels to christianity than saturnalia had the roman civic holiday of soul invicta was also observed on december twenty fifth and the cult of mithras celebrated the birth of their god on december twenty fifth and the story of the birth of mithras has a lot of parallels to the story of the birth of jesus christ so while saturnalia may have had some influence on the timing of christmas or some christmas traditions especially in the western church. It's also really likely that other celebrations happening. The early centuries of their religion played their own part as well. You can learn a little bit more about saturnalia. In the december twenty third two thousand nine episode of steffi missing history class. Thanks very much to casey pilgrim and mays for their audio work on the show. You can subscribe to the in history class apple podcasts. Google podcasts the iheartradio app. And where your podcasts. You can tune in tomorrow for discovery if you could call it back ashley. This is something that when sometimes before the podcast starts all of are talking about life in about frustrations and whatever else comes up in this actually have been a great been bitches segment but i really dislike. How often like my favorite shirt. Who like a navy. Blue golf shirt. It's now fading out after washing it like just a few times really. That is so forgive. Annoy i know i have one of my favorite syracuse sweatshirts that if i had oxy clean beforehand before i got it and i was using it in the laundry i would have been able to preserve the sweatshirt. 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We know a good deal means a great deal this week through saturday december nineteenth. It's time to finish off your list with deals on apple save up to thirty percent on home appliances and up to thirty percent of toys and games with the holiday clock. Ticking it's never too late to make a lasting impression with last minute gifts for everyone on your list shop in store and at target dot com bring more to every moment for less only at target exclusions apply. Hi again everyone. Its eaves and welcome to this day in history class. A show where history waits for no one. The day's december seventeenth seventeen ninety the aspects stoned a circular stone marks by carvings calendar signs and images related to the asset creation. Myth was rediscovered though. It has been called a calendar stone. Archaeologists today believe that it was not used as an astronomical device or sundial but rather as a ceremonial container related to the aztecs. Done god tony you. The ashtec dome was probably carved sometime between fifteen to fifteen twenty during the reign of motech assume the second the center stone bears an image of what's thought to be the son got to you though. Some scholars have proposed that. It's an image of the god of the night sign or the earth monster. The central image appears inside a cliff that means movement and represents the fifth sign or the present era that will end with the destruction of humankind. Tony hands appear as claws holding human hearts and his tongue is a stone knife. the image of the sun. God is framed by four boxes that contain symbols of the four previous signs or eras surrounding the central section is a rainy depicting. The signs that correspond to the twenty days of the aztec solar calendar around that ring a second ring with representations of sunrays and square sections each containing five dots the outermost ring depicts to fire serpents and. top of. That ring is a cliff that represents the date thirteen read which is said to correspond with the year. Fourteen twenty seven and the beginning of the fifth son. The stone is about twelve feet or four meters diameter and weighs more than twenty four times. The stone may have been originally located in a ceremonial precinct. Ten not line and placed horizontally near where human sacrifices took place. After the spanish conquest religious officials buried it underneath zocalo the central plaza of mexico city workers who were leveling and remodeling the plaza dug up the stone on december seventeenth seventeen ninety. It was examined by archaeologist then moved to a cathedral and later transferred to the monolith gallery of the archaeological museum. There have been many interpretations of the stones. Meaning scholars have said that it may have been used as a repository for human hearts or a base for the final sacrificial of gladiatorial combat and soon after its rediscovery mexican scholar antonio daily leon gama wrote a treatise on the stone and hired artist francisco guerra to illustrate an image of the monument leoni gama and other early scholars suggested at the stone was used as an astronomical timekeeping device scholars have also suggested that the stone was used to represent rulership death sacrifice and a success of aztec armies. The stone is currently housed at the national museum of anthropology in mexico city. I'm each jeffcoat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. Give us a shout. Or a share on social media at t d i eight fee podcast or if you prefer to email us you can send us a message at this day at iheartmedia dot com a truly. Hope you enjoy today's show. We'll be back tomorrow with another episode. More podcasts. 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Road to Indy Spotlight: Juncos Racing Nate Aranda
"To welcome to another episode. Welcome to another episode of Pit Lane. Parlay. I am your host Mike Joke. I'm joining me this afternoon. Driving for you coz racing this year would be nate Aranda. Nate how are you in hope? Well right now. I'm doing good right. Now they unhealthy thankfully. Hopefully everybody else is listening. Right now. Healthy to yes agreed there. So you are coming off of the first road to indy. I racing series. That was six races. I think you're able to get in three. What was that? I- racing experience like you have a lot of virtual racing experience previous to the pandemic previous. Yeah I did but it took. I took about a year off. 'cause I Injured my back and I went to train in Miami. Once they started killing figured might as well get the real thing in by in the formula. Four car in Miami but I use the simulator all twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen and it was fantastic. I loved it and it's the next best platform for training on it. So the one thing that struck me about the road to indy series was. There's like thirty seven cars every race and at trikes. Maybe don't really if thirty seven cars does that make it a little more challenging than actually being out on the check or you you kinda just don't really think about it once you get going. Well let's get going you of really don't think about it. I mean As you know as I know the fast guys the middle pack and then the the the guy is bringing up the rear. They're kinda running in their own little field right now. You know usually about second offsetting between each cars each pack. I mean And you don't really realize the cars that are out there and thankfully they limited it to twenty eight cars. That are they can grid now. Unfortunately that Kinda that. Kinda messed would be a little bit. Because I've been having some issues with my simulator and a lot of little bit of I'm not very tech savvy myself so they going into the second round. I can I'm calling Rick Boesak in getting everything straightened up. Because they see me that it's been sitting for about a year now and it's Has a lot of lot of glitches that unfortunately resulted me. Not Qualifying for three races. I know I know Frank Rick. Motech very well from PRI a couple years ago. So shout out to frank for all he's done for the road guys and you so talking a little bit here about on call real racing but not virtual racing. You were in formula. The soil formula cars two years ago last year you did some shift or cards and USF two thousand. But I'm curious about shifter Karts here. How tough they are in the karting world and unfortunately I have no experience in that world. So what makes a shift or car more difficult than than a regular car or you know what? What makes it different in general well to be honest Mike Experience in a ship card is is only one year. I mean I started in twenty eight. My entire racing career started carts when I was younger. I popped into the Lucas oil car. First thing you know even know what a cart was then But the shifter going into two twenty nineteen training-wise physical wise. Oh it's fantastic. It's it's same. Wait to speed ratio about a Formula One car. You know if you really died down the weight and died out engine but Hello you are the ground. Everything's coming so fast you have to. You have to really be on top of your reflexes and and you know it keeps your it keeps your head straight when you can't get into You know you know as well as I know. Everybody can't be racing. Twenty four seven in the in the big formula cars. So it's the next best thing and and I love it. Yeah they they look like a lot of fun. I looked at some youtube videos of them earlier before you and I chatted so you did one. Usf of two thousand dollars last year. Which I think was Saint Pete. If I'm not mistaken correct yes sir. Yeah yeah unfortunately that did not end too well for myself fractured my back and put me out for for about five months so when I say I've been racing for two years it's been only about a year and a half actually so that was why you didn't do much racing last year. That is all making much more sense. Now Yeah Yeah but As soon as I got healed up I flew myself down to Miami. Where my my coach? Juan Arenas is and we caught in the your car. In a couple of teams down there position Motorsport and earn Danilo. Actually one of the engineers for Coz has the formula fourteen there too and I ran the car. Twenty four seven. I mean I know that car inside out now and and I'm happy that I had the time to to get into it awesome well. I'm glad you're you're feeling better. That's definitely a scary injury. So you're jumping up to indy pro. Two thousand this year whenever we are able to get going here. What are you expecting for your debut in any to any pro two thousand are? Do you have some goals that you've set for the season? Well I honestly. I just can't wait to get back behind the wheel and I'm pretty sure that's everybody right. Now it's a racer but My goals for this year are really just to to show that you know. I can't step up to that next car. The amount of work that I put in a on and off the track really does play a role in that and I. I think that if I keep on on the same road that I am right now I can. I can map very strong showing this entire season with a championship. Winning team which is coast. So I'm very excited to run with them. Running with you and ghosts in in any series is is a good way to get some great experience in also have some great equipment so shifting gears no pun intended there slightly. We've been doing a spotify drivers in indy-car or road the playlist that we are creating you get to pick one song that you'd maybe listen to either before racer to get in the you know getting zone it lane and if you were to pick one what would it be. I think probably have to be my My favorite song dancing in the moonlight like teen harvest. It's it's It gets me in the in the mode and then kind of calms me down more than or hype out to be on awesome. It is now on the list obviously. We're all quarantined in home at home right now and and not able to be at the racetrack. Is there anything from the Irish world whether it be track characteristics or car characteristics or driving around the other guys that you'll be competing against that you're able to take to the track? Once the twenty twenty season is able to get underway. Yeah definitely learning. The tracks is a huge huge benefit for me whether or not we have strong showing there because you know you know as well as I know. There's fast guys that are not doing so good and I- racing and guys that are you know back to the field. They're doing fantastic. And I are racing. It's it's It's hard to get used to right now but I think learning the track attracts that I will be running at is a huge benefit for myself. Because you know I was injured all twenty twenty nineteen season so I didn't get to get to run the tracks and learn the tracks a lot of drivers actually most of all the drivers driving against in the indy. Pro Thousand are our season drivers and they they know the tracks. So I'm really grateful that I racing put together that and India's definitely put together the the whole series that we can run each every track that we're going to be running in your life. So is there one track that you're looking forward to the most that you think you know going into the weekend? I've got a really good chance. Have a good result here. I think that's going to be Laguna Seca. That's not this week but it's around two And I'm super excited. I've had strong showings there in Lucas. Oil Had strong showings air in on on. I racing to in formula three car and I really think we're GONNA have a good time. They're awesome so. I'm going to ask a unique racing question that I've found online actually earlier this morning. If you were to pick one driver no matter if they are still driving or they drove sixty years ago. Who would be your driving teammate. And why I think it would be Nikki. Lauda be on it because the drive in the the passionate he had for the car and learning more than just being a driver actually learning the engine learning the tires suspension every single aspect about a car. I would love to just pick his brain and be able to to to sit on his wing and learn all that I love it. That's a fantastic answer. So wrap it up with a couple more questions here. I'm looking at your indy. Pro Two thousand bio and you're racing hero is another up and comer and Haley Degan so I'm curious as to your thoughts behind Haley's progress so far and what led you to her as your racing hero so you know bowl by know everybody here needs to have you know more than they can't. You can't just be fast on tracking and you. You have to have more than one outlet you have to have good social media presence everywhere and I. I believe that. Hailey digging is smash out of the park with with all her social media presence everywhere. Her Fan base is huge. And I think that that. That's why. Put Down as my as my racing hero because I really think that I want to evolve to get to that level one of these days and and really have a presence online that I love it. Yeah her social media is always entertaining so actually want to give you a moment to talk about your sponsor. I I know actually most of them very well but just give you a chance here to give them a shot row quick and let everybody know where you can find more information about them. Well of course I got to pay the bills right. I like the definitely a huge shout out to craft eighteen. Sixty one so massive Cbd Company that promotes great lifestyle for my for my generation and the and the millennial It's all you know zero. Thc because you know you know as well we get. We get drug tested before before the season starts so I can't even risk having any my body and and I. I'm a huge fanatic about fitness. And I'm a huge fan about a recovery and the CD products that they have their line are just fantastic for for recovering daily awesome. Yeah The guys behind craft eighteen sixty. One actually didn't interview on here. I think it was the end of last racing season. So if you guys go back to. Let's say the timber October. I chatted with Eric and it was. It was a lot of fun. So wrap it up with one final question here if you could add one track to the real road indies schedule that you'd love to race at what would it be. I think it would probably have to be the number ring. Oh yes fantastic. Is Your see the road the driver's on a massive track like that. That would be very entertaining in so many aspects. I'm terrible that track in the in the limited video game experience I have but it is so much fun to reset one hundred percent the the number. I love it. I am going to approve that and road people. If you're listening. Let's let's find a way to make that happen lease because I would. I would probably try to fly over there for that one. That's one of the coolest tracks out there in the world so on that note we will wrap it up here nate. Thanks very much for joining me this afternoon. It's it's been a lot of fun. Stay safe and I look forward to you out at the track when everything gets back to normal thank you Mike. Thank you for having me on it. I just like to say Hope everybody staying healthy out there and and faith and just spread some love today