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Is Code Law? w/ Neyma Jahan:: A Crypto 101 & Evolvement Collaboration

CRYPTO 101

27:42 min | 2 years ago

Is Code Law? w/ Neyma Jahan:: A Crypto 101 & Evolvement Collaboration

"It. You'll yo what we wanna one this, your host Matthew berry. And this is our second installment of a collaboration from New York, plotting wheat with Michael, she'll ni- from the podcast and crypto went to one. And in this episode we have on Nima jihad of unification before we get into it. Please will listen to this make sure subscribe smashed Esab -scribed leave us a like and a rating helps us visible also follow my Twitter at Matthew Aaron one. Oh, one and crypto wanna ones Twitter at crypto one a one pod. And remember this is nothing into advice, investment advice, training advice, and personal vice. So without further ado, here's Mr. Nima Jehan, Mr Michael Nye and myself coming to you from the podcasting booth at consensus, you're going to hear all the excitement in the background with the show. What is going on everybody? What is going on? It is your boy, ni- with the Volve in podcast. I am here. Co hosting this interview with my man Matthew Aaron from crypto. One yoyo and day. We've got a really special guest. He's my brother. He's my good friend, Nima Jehan from unification name of what's going on. Thank you guys so much for having me on the call today. It has been an absolutely incredible week here in New York City. There's a lot of electricity in the air with a lot of the new enterprise, developments and movement in the markets and such. So it really feels like we're on the ground floor of something incredible and revolutionary industry really does man really does. It's been an exciting week so far. We're all having a good time. We're actually recording this Atkinson sa-. So thanks for coming on, man. Can you just start off by giving a little introduction of yourself, who is Nima? What is patient? Well, Nema Nema is by career were enterprise software development and enterprise consulting, and we went in developed out unification starting two years ago to be, I guess what you want to call a usable blockchain environment. I think the big problem with a lot of the blockchain environments that we saw coming in version, one of the industry was they were unduly situated around require. Hiring coins, which are inherently speculative and value. And when that happens, it makes it less useful for everybody else. So I think with this push that we're doing with unification and similar projects. It's more about usefulness than it is about, you know, doing a coin trading the coin the coin going up in value. It's, it's getting down into what we actually have to be doing this story. I enjoyed percent agree. And, and that's one of the main problems, I've had you on the podcast before we, we've tried it a little bit. And that's one of the main problems in the industry, which is kind of how unification rose is the fact that the speculative price value of these coins is a really big issue. When developers are trying to build on it. When people are actually trying to use the blockchain, can you share a little bit about your perspective on that we could take the really obvious example of crypto kitties? I mean, it's, it's just kind of a silly example, but you had something that people wanted to use and then suddenly, they couldn't use it. Because the networks went in crashed as soon as they started using it. If we went into that. Two more larger scale applications. Let's say that we're doing for example, a distributed health wallet like putting healthcare on the blockchain and that healthcare on the blockchain was required to go and trade and spend a coin that goes up and down in value in order to do it. It's, it's kind of like thinking that if Jeff Bezos of Amazon has some good news in his life. The Amazon stock price goes up. It doesn't cost me more money to go buy a book on Amazon. It's it's, it's not related. But that's the problem with most first gen blockchain platforms is. It's really a mismatch of expectations and desires in reality. There's, there's just too much money floating around. So it stifles innovation for the crypto went one podcast listeners. What is exactly unification? I know you and I have talked about it quite a bit. But what is it, can you give us a one? Oh one. Okay. I'll give you the thirty to forty five second version. Does that work? Perfect. Okay. So we unification U N D United network distribution. There are two parts to it. There's maintain and. Main chain is public consensus mechanism that is governed by sticking. So there was ninety six masters, takers, essentially, the top ninety Ninety-six wallets to stake will be able to go and validate the networking collect walk rewards. Then our main product is called work chain, w aging, these are somewhat similar to private enterprise side chains. Now, what's very, very interesting is that when you go into ploy a work chain the end users on work chain are not having to hold a theory. And they're not having to hold unification. They're not having to go and pay. So imagine you had a gaming network with five million users on it. You try to do that on a dabid disaster. But if you do that, on a work chain, those users are not paying the fees, but the actual work chain will be holding unification older validate for them. So it passes, the fee structure from the retail end user onto the owners of the work chain trying to put it into, like real life situation. Would that be like the retail store having the peo- s machine and they've swiped the visa card in the retail user pays three percent. Well, it okay for using that example. And it is definitely does have some fintech implementations in the blockchain, part, one model, which obviously is a complete failure, and it's why we are where we are in the bottom of their market is the end user would have to go and pay those fees. They'd have to have a wall, they'd have to have a private key, but blockchain, two point zero which unification is implementing along with a few other very innovative companies. The end user doesn't even really know their own blockchain, don't even know they're doing private keys. But their data is secured. That's the innovation, so we're taking half from the old world and we're taking the best of blockchain and throwing out the speculative garbage. Gotcha. I think that's the key though. You know, that's, that's the problem right now is everything that's being built, you know, it's on blockchain because anybody that's using it as in the industry. You know, the, the key point you just made there is like we need solutions that people don't even know the bog genes being used. I mean, we're at the world's biggest blockchain conference consensus right now and straight up. Mike customers are not here, for instance last week, one of my business development people went to a healthcare conference in Miami. Those are the places we need to be our customers. We need to be going to moral congress. We need to be going to see. Yes. We need to SWS X, these is where we're on boarding, real life enterprises and users into our industry. Not people here, people here at consensus, we're like the wizards were the makers, but we're not actually the customers, we can't sit here and sell do each other. We need we need to go and take this magic that we're making the industry and go out and get real people onto it not just people who are like, oh, the coin prices going up. Forget about that. The clean price doesn't matter. He. We're just talking to Juliana a little bit ago of next chains. And we were talking about massive option. We're talking about that real world situation and he said, you know what in the future? We're not gonna mess adoption is not marketing is not advertising. It's not, you know, putting money into things it is seamless integration, where people are just using the product. How do you look at that seamlessness? How do you a vision future using your product and how it integrates in society? Well, I can tell you a parable and I like to call it code is law. So if we go back into the olden olden days law was determined might is right? It's the sword is, you know, you have all the weapons, you have all the strength you get to roll. Then society went in evolved, the, the mental went in developed and suddenly, the word is law. So there's a rich and contract, and we have to enforce this rich and contract with the sword. But the actual contract doesn't mean anything without the guy with the sword. You know, the police or the military or the strong person info. But with blockchain and with what unification's doing. We're coming to a new paradigm, which, which we're calling code Islam. Now when we have code is law, it's a contract, but that contract, you don't have to go and sue somebody to enforce it. It's literally just truth. You cannot do anything about that because there's a fully autonomous distributed method that has been verified and to do that. Also requires great responsibility, because there's private keys. There's identity mechanisms where I lose them, then you also lose that, but what it does is it makes it so that law is law is law is law. There's no arguing is just rich and down and stone. And that's what it is. So code as long. Interesting. And how do you see this all playing out in the future man? I you know, I think that's kinda the way every single time we have a conversation and every single time we talk about blockchain, you've got a very clear vision, and clear belief system of what you see the potential of how this is going to play out in the future. What is that? Well, the result is sovereign identity, and it's about each individual effectively owning themselves, and this doesn't mean like a sovereign identity, coin or sovereign identity app or Facebook doing identity. That's not the point that doesn't matter, any sort of centralisation and, and this isn't even unification this is this is the whole, you know, big magical blockchain elephant in the future. It's an individual owning themselves is an interview gentle, owning themselves immutable, outside of any nation state outside of any healthcare system outside of any monetary system where they exist in the world beyond anything else in as blockchain goes and develops in house. All these silos become interconnected in a decentralized. Allies network. This is going to slowly Morphing into integrate itself with players, like us and other players who are pushing forward in parallel industries, you know, you said code is law, and I really wanted to just touch on that a little bit more, because I haven't analogy that I like to use tell me if you agree or disagree. Or what do you think of it? Have you seen the movie alyssum? Yes. Matt Damon goes to space with the magic healing machine. Exactly, exactly. So I haven't seen that you've got to see that it is pretty dope. But there's a part in there where he gets his arm broken by a police officer. And then he goes to his probation officer. I don't know if you remember that in the probation officers reaction to him trying to explain the situation in the cops reaction to him, not standing in line properly is seems like the code is law. You know, dilemma that we're going to face that you can see that because they're, they're robots, by the way, their androids. And it's almost like police officer, I'm trying to rush my way to work, and he's like, no, you must stand in line in, so it's almost like a smart contract if this guy is not staying in line properly, I have to take action Ono easy. I have to get to work in like, if he raises his voice, I then have to reprimand him or maybe arrest him. And he does that there's no negotiation with this machine is just code is law. The machine executes what he has been programmed to do, and it ends up him roughing up Matt Damon, breaking his arm going to the probation officer. The probation officer does want to hear it either because she's up. Robot as well. And that's that code is law. There's no there's no gray area, but in everyday life so much gray area. Do you think that code can actually be law in society? Well, that's an interesting point because we are still Cuban, I think it needs to start there in what you just described is a possible future, but it's also the stream of the possible future. The other extreme of our profitable pass is just a strong man, or king, or a dictator just deciding things on a whim on one side, we have a complete strongman on the other side, you have a complete robot. And I honestly think that the intelligent enlightened needed take code is law and work off of that. And then have the opportunity for manual arbitration if needed. So I don't think it's a full solution. But I also think that it is a push towards the right direction of full autonomy. I liked talking about code is zone. I'm going to ask ni- this, actually it's like we saw how sometimes when law is law really hit the wrong people the wrong way. For example, marijuana laws. Hit the. Wrong people the wrong way and some people are still in jail for possessing only ten years ago, five years ago or what have you. We see that it got abused at that point. We see that society changes, and if something's encoded in say this is a black Shing conversation on boxing, immutable. How do you change that? Especially when it comes to people's lives, and we're talking about healthcare, we're talking about law. We're talking about all kinds of aspects of botching technology. I mean, I think this is also an interesting conversation because really when you when we say code is law, it's all about who's deciding which codes to write me the create that law. And then we take it to the next level is, is in the future is going to be writing all these different codes and things like that. Right. And how do we determine whether or not those AI systems as robotic systems are okay to make laws for us as humans, and who, who created those systems within those AI is the or within any, any sort of robotic form that makes the decisions what is long? What is not for us and the? Ability of it is definitely an issue because it's the same thing with the majority of the laws like we'll take marijuana's example. Yeah. I mean in the nineteen sixties nineteen seventies nineteen eighties nineties, etc. Like there was a way different perspective on marijuana, there's way to perspective on all these different in some countries. They still have that perspective. Yes hundred is some states. They have their perspective states. Yeah. Hundred percent. They still have that perspective. That it's extremely damaging drugs. I think I mean to go back to what Matt was raising is I don't think it's a an ultimate all the way it's making tools. For example, the recent hacked, I guess on finance. Right. He said, that's a case of code is law for. However, it happened forty million dollars at the time whereas the bitcoin went into the hands of somebody else, and the people from bein answer. Like, hey, can we reorganize the blocks to get our bitcoin back and the community was like, sorry broke code is law. And that's pretty much what it. Now, when you haven't opposite situation where let's just say that, that when it happened and the whole, bitcoin community was like, yes, let's go reorganize the Bronx. But then what happens that code is no longer law. And then trust is lost in the system. So I know your argument, I don't think it's an either or it's providing us toolkits to us where we need to go. Use those judgeships are interesting and bring it all the way back kind of to the industry that we're in. We talked about where you think it's going. But what sectors are you bullish on? You know, you've built this, the end are building this technology that can pretty much be implemented and work with many different industries. And what are the industries that you see blockchain technology, being the most useful being the most relevant, effectively works in the general sense. When you need to go and bring trust among style, actors, so you have an industry, you have a consortium, where the people inherently don't trust each other, but they're in an environment where. They need to have trust. So one example, that I use is motor sports racing your competitive sports where you have testing. So let's imagine we have a motor sports Racing League that has sixteen teams and before each race, they have to do pre race compliance checks to make sure they're tire pressures or right way, and they have the right sort of fuel using we'll right now these all go into a centralized database and within the centralized database there could be maybe an evil administrator who changes things around. But how blockchain would work or how distributed ledger technology would work is when these pre race results reported. There went and placed into a blockchain node held by each team, so you're affectively, forcing people to trust each other. It's the same with bitcoin is we all force each other to trust each other on bitcoin, because that is where we're moving towards specifically for us. We are having a focus on healthcare, because that is where we're seeing an actual rob him that needs to be solved right now with the silence vacation of data. And if all we worked on. The rest of this organization for the next twenty years. This healthcare, I'm sure it's more than enough, but that's really where we're seeing a lot of the initial interest. And where are you guys development wise, Yano, you've just come out of ios and things like that. Whereas the tech side of things going, well, we haven't, we haven't have to active tested out there. And with the active test net a development team or a developer can go deploy their own work. Jane. They can take some you Andy from the faucet and they can go and time stamp it into the main chain we expect. So the work chain t k which allows you to go develop out the environment is in test production right now. And you can use it with the full main net and distributed state, consensus coming out in q four two thousand nineteen a big man. Yeah. So consensus next year we're going to be sitting there and we like, man, they net, you know, and we'll be talking about staking in these sort of things, which is really, really interesting to Hannity was the future of the whole product when everything is all said and done like if you walked out of your door in the morning and you sell your project being fully implemented. What would that look like to you? Well, it would be us ceasing to exist in the community going in adopting as a set standard, nor doing a lot of business development right now because we know this stuff's not going to adopt itself. Right. Right. But it would be the community going and taking the code base that we deploy as an open source foundation in building on it, and perpetually building on, and then creating tools, and ingenuity to go, and do that, with this code base and related toolkits powering the future of the decentralized, internet, the problem in everything right now is silence vacation and projects like tense. The name unification rights to bring an end to silo data. Right. So your future is going to be hands off every saying, that's lives, it just organically lives. That's the that's the ideal the ideal is that we do is we have two arms. You have a foundation, and we have an enterprise, consulting, leaner price, consulting arm can go do its own thing. But as the head of the foundation my job. Is to make myself not need it. And the more I can make myself not needed. The more I can make myself disappear. Then I know that I'm doing my job. I don't wanna be of Italic. I don't wanna be holding it together by strings pushing it along. Right. I want to go and create this beautiful machine of unification and have it self perpetuating people take ownership it. And this is what we're working for. We're not trying to make a business and do this, and that we want to go and create a monster nest. That's what they say about every great leader is they should lead to work yourself out of that position to build your team up so that they don't need you and it's not even my team, we've given birth to unification, and we're raising a child, but that child needs to go off into the world and find its own friends in his own playmates and his own activities. So right now, we're nurturing, we're holding it. We're feeding it right. We're carrying it. But ultimately, we want to put this out there and let that child do it heavy have an adult be a productive member of society. You come over for Father's Day and mother's day. That's yeah. Uniform, we want we I'm not I'm not the king here. Unification is the king. We're giving birth to the king. We're putting the king out there. And then people can work with that love it. I love it, and I'm asking specifically because I know you've been a leader and very successful in multiple different industries throughout your whole life through your whole career. How does how does blockchain industry different from everything? Why is it so unique? And do you think that we're in, like this weird bubbly like kind of situation here, or is this something that's actually fucking legit? Do do do I no question. I, I know two things in this life. Okay. Number one, I'm gonna die. Okay. Number two blockchain is the future of everything in our life. Okay. And I know that just as I know that I have two hands in front of my face right now. And this is a fact. And when I really, really drank the Kool aid, and I got into blockchain, I was lying. This is it, this is literally what I was born to do all the forty plus years that we're leading up to. This. This was training for me my success in my Fiat businesses. My failures my learning trials tribulations all of this was leading up. It's just like a guy having a vision in a desert. Maybe it was a vision in the desert, but it was all leading up to the point where we saw this. We saw this thing that needed to happen. And we pulled it out of the ether or not the ether. The. I guess out of the either and went in brought it to life in. Sometimes you just know things I love it. When was the moment where you were just like, oh, my God, I get it. And how did how did it click for you? It took a little while to sift through a lot of the shit in the industry because I saw this. I saw this feeling like what is this thing is bitcoin coins like, you know, like making money, and we've already made our money in terms of the we're not, we're not doing this to like, you know, make some coin and make some money, but it took me a little while to sift through, and find really what the truth and the vision is. And then I saw some of the people working in the industry, and most industries and things that I've been in. I've liked the people. They've been good people. But I've never felt like there might people, I'm like these are just people that I'm working with, and we're going to go do some business with them, and we'll be successful in some other people scuffle. But when I came into blockchain, I felt that all of the. People in this industry have a unique vision. In unique hyper intelligence in we're all collectively moving towards the same goal. And there's a lot of bag of actors and there's a lot of immature actors and there's a lot of uneducated actors, and they'll either grow, or they'll go in self eliminate themselves, and that's okay. The people who are really driving the vision Ford. You know, the voices shouting in the desert of it's I just showed up on, like I'm home. Right. And for someone who's coming in right now. You know how can they shift to all this shit? There's a lot of it. How can they do the same thing you did, what's the easiest or the, the clearest way for them to, to understand what's going on here to get clear on it? I hesitate to get vice but I can tell you what I the first thing I did was, I did not buy any coins, so, I would not say anybody go out there and buy bitcoin me. What the fuck is go. Buy bitcoin. What are you doing? Then if you wanna if you wanna go and buy some stocks are high yield. You could do that, too. Okay. Maybe bitcoin, we'll go maybe go Jace go by shit. Coin. I don't know. I mean, the point is not and I'm not I'm not a traitor in investor by by training. So that's not what I come from. I come from, like building building stuff. So it's hard to say because what injury is somebody who's not technologically inclined have besides going and buying coins and hoping the coins go up, but I wouldn't go in state your entry in the market into that. I would stake your entry into the market more on understanding the philosophy understanding how things work and understanding how it goes forward and not everybody. Very small percentage of the population is actually going to be blockchain enthusiasts job of the universe. It's not the job of everybody to do that. It's our job, if you're listening to this, and you think you're one of those people that you hear the call then. Yeah. Don't make some money, whatever. But get in there and really start to understand the technology and understand the inefficiencies in the market, and how you can positively contribute either on your own or an project or just being generally supportive in the space the way I kind of look at it. Is that it's almost like a position of just normal everyday society. If you were reading the news and listening to the news and following all that hype cycle of whatever's on FOX CNN or what have you. People think there's this huge division. Nope. Black people don't like white people. Muslims, don't like Jewish people. You know, there's this huge division, an everyday society, but only when you step out, and you like hang out in New York City, you hang out in the city you go. Meet people you go to parties. You go in associated people that, you know, that that's only like a very, very, very small portion that's happening. And people are just picking up on it for the hype to sell the news. What have you, I would say to answer Michael's question is get out in getting volved in the community? Once you see the people there, you start talking and start interacting with the community and get off Twitter. Get off read in stop seeing these hype and Fudd cycles. And what have you, you see that everybody is pretty much working in are truly trying their best to create something good? And I think Michael in his party, the other day was a really cool example. There's a lot of people that might have been trolling him on his Twitter. Sometime. But they were always, like hanging out at the same party drinking beers together having a great time. So it's, it's really different when you get out from behind a screen and just go out there and just start talking to people, and there's tribes, there's, like, bitcoin maximalists, and every bitcoin Maximus I've ever met. I tell him the same thing. I'm like, give me all your fucking bitcoin. And then I'll be the maximalist. And literally no bitcoin Maximus as ever taken me up on that. Right. And, and if they didn't you know what? Maybe I'd be bitcoin maximalist, but nobody's taking me up on it. I don't hold any bitcoin. I'm of all. Oh, I love it. I don't know. Any big it. Distracts me. I'm not here to like trying to make money by doing that. Like, literally, I'm building something. And if I go and put my intention in my energy into other things it just drains it takes away, my brain cycles, and one really final question. I have for you. This is along the lines of this kind of cultish behavior between different communities. What's, what's your on that, that were you think we're going to have like, is this? Is this a battle, where it's either a theory either ios either casper. Or is this going to be something where all of these different projects can thrive? They all have different communities, and it's similar to choosing between safari versus chrome some people are gonna use safari. Something scrum. What, what do you think about that? Well, our name is unification. Right. Right. So ultimately, I think the I think the blockchain of the future is the invisible blockchain and all of these little tribal, were wars are little micro tribal wars between relatively insignificant. Percentages of the population and they'll be products put out and people use it. But I, I honestly think a lot of what's being developed right now is going to be a relevant and a few years for the simple reason that it's still being developed on, they're not actually being developed to solve the problem. They're just being developed because they can't be developed in money's being thrown. So, I think as the market matures it's going to quickly move to more. I guess, EC model, where stuff's being built that might actually be useful rather than being built because it can be built, and I have connections of any more questions for no man. I'm good. I'm where can people learn about unification working, they learn about you? He's pumped since pom pom all pumps. Energy everywhere. There's good vibes. Every we're all pumped WWW dot unification dot com. I always got the dot com. He's got the dike dot com. Wow. Uncle about this. Awesome Ammann's, always a pleasure to hang out with you. We're good friends. I love seeing you every conference. I'm glad that you're here. Thanks for coming on. And likewise. Thank you. Thank you very much for having me on the show. And. Let's do this shadow talking to you also shot up to my buddy. Matt teaming up. Crypto one oh one in and out unification. It's done. Crypto wanna one podcast. We've been killing it here consensus so boom God, God. All right. He's out. He's got. Thank you for listening to this episode of crypto wanna one Nima those great meeting you in New York hanging out during that week in a hope to see you in Europe in Berlin, and Amsterdam, and our next episode of this series is Friday, eight AM Pacific time with Mr. Jamison lap. This is a must listen. So I'm looking forward to bring that to you see a future episodes of crypto one, one.

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Episode 60: NEMA Standards / Purple Street Light People - The Lighting Industry News Brief March 15th

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14:56 min | 2 months ago

Episode 60: NEMA Standards / Purple Street Light People - The Lighting Industry News Brief March 15th

"Hello it is monday. Morning march fifteenth. And that means two things. You're more likely to get into a car accident and or have a heart attack this week than any other for no good reason except it. The kaiser couldn't take a joke ben. Franklin made two hundred fifty years ago in until then this is laying the lighting industry news reproach by keystone and their exit area lights. These are modern low-profile coming three housing sizes with mounting optic and sensor options. They come with energy savings right there. Zero to ten dimming drivers are included with an integrated to his lock receptacle for their disadvantage hell contractor family due to motion sensors with easy field installation. That's he's don't tech dot com or the link in the description. If you please in the news nema has published a brand new standard for replacement lamps which is good. Because three municipalities. Their street lights are turning purple. A el lamps. A division of acuity. 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Panasonic lighting has partnered with injure light in bc letting quote shen has teamed with ls pluses Has signed with stifle and leumi shore is working with hurley right now. Led controls market will reach six billion dollars in the next nine years in recommend reading. We have see a ceo pros thoughts on post pandemic work. We have light therapy. What is it and how does it work. We have some interesting takeaways. From signifies annual report eric swanson on uvc disinfection ted on skin on led tutorials. The question of why blue led one anelle low price. When we had green ones has been answered. jane slade appeared on distributed. we have a discussion of the fallacy of the silver boy. That is iot a case study of bluetooth mesh in a twenty two story building. In minnesota we have safety. Protocols related germicidal Uv and five practical ways to judge the quality of transparent earnt led displays again. If you're not getting the text version of this you can't really read these but you can sign up. In the link below in iot news bluetooth smash from zych hutto is going to be an offering personalized controls acuity has completed their security our audit through the sec. Tell hashi university has developed a led that can be used in brain machine interfaces these nightrider led's are part of a neural probe therapist. Kate faiths asks. Do those sunset lamps do anything but make you look good on instagram. And the answer is not really in horticultural news. The deal is looking for impulse on technical requirements related to growing the draft of version. Two point one of their requirements is open for comments. Safeway von stores in california are adding more products from vertical farmers. This is another fifty. Three locations will offer a indoor grown greens and Flui- is helping scientists decide whether or not the cannabis grown indoors is all that different from candidates grown outdoors and how in dark sky news north fork. New york is celebrating their dark skies at us. We have a discussion of the tourism benefits of use tawes. Dr sky parks and arbor is asking owners to turn off their lights for migrating birds whereas philadelphia has nina building owners lined around the block to volunteer for the same to vermont. Towns will be getting grants for lighting upgrades and we have a bit of news related to artificial light at night and thyroid cancer based on a twelve year old study in local news well local to the uk surry. Surry is going ahead with smart. Streetlight upgrades and london is considering an entirely new hitting system for their city in project. Cats and weirdness. We have How to make a led matrix to play it. low rez youtube videos news. We can also build your own ring light. If you haven't been able to find one yet for your video conferences make one now and You can combine some takeout containers and a mannequin. Had to make a warm light if you want to. I can't see a reason to anjun people. News roseanne has promoted to people. Max ladies relining leadership and quorum has named lopez as the president of their operations. Until next. Week i have been scott walker. This has been leading strenuous. Free get lightened get associated get educated. We'll see you next time. Enjoy the music. Enjoy the game a.

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The Barrett Brief  Authority Is Not Yours To Deny The Return Of The Trump

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12:23 min | 2 months ago

The Barrett Brief Authority Is Not Yours To Deny The Return Of The Trump

"I didn't care about cpac. i didn't. I didn't watch trump's speech. All i had to do was watch my twitter feed my time line and seeing all conserva botts conserva pros. Can conserve people knew walkaway quote unquote republicans or conservatives gushing about trump. Who's your go whatever great. Congratulations trump is back. He's not though. What is trump. He's gonna campaign for four years and he's gonna put he's gonna be a thorn. In the side of republican yet are democrats are blasting out quote unquote. Kobe relief bills and blasting out the equality. Act and coming after the second amendment. Trump's speaking and issuing statements does nothing but distracts you from the ultimate goal. What is the ultimate goal. Ultimate goal is the establishment. As mike church in dr guilt. Dill saver was talking about setting. Up your own new christina kristen holmes your own kingdoms saint joseph's berg ear it is. It is a special month. here. In saint joseph's berg because this is the month of our of our Our founder of our namesake at saint joseph's month insane. We have in a special. Here's my my little saint. Joseph figure in front of my computer. I got my saint. Joseph the worker figure in front every day when i go when i when i get behind the microphone look at saint joseph here but trump coming out. I don't think trump means to do this. It's the the the the math for better or worse. Groupies that the griff tres and the groupies. I made a lot of money. Excuse me off for trump. Every time he comes back. There's a lot of money i mean. Trump is a cottage industry into of itself there. I don't know how many people how many people in your town still fly trump flags and of course his endorsements of republicans and him you know quote unquote helping. Yeah that's fun. It's fine but it doesn't do anything for us in the long run. It doesn't do anything for you. And establishing your own kingdoms in the long run. So i gets me. It gets me one of these these issues even let me say even with all that you're still playing the federal politics game. Young people are still flying trump lags. There's three or four my town. If i didn't replace my texas national boone or replace it with my tnn mitek the. What am i matthew. Mcconaughey mike texas nationalist boob it flag with you know if i didn't put in place my trump. I probably still fly my trump flag. There was one guy in my town that had a trump signed. He just xed out the twenty twenty and put twenty twenty four hundred. The cult of trump is there and my fear with that is too many people are just waiting and yours. You should not be waiting because the your opponent the other side is not waiting at our at our at. Your opponent is not waiting. Have to stop waiting for trump to ride in in two thousand and twenty four to save the day first of all. He's probably not running second of all. I mean good for the state of georgia. Maybe that'll help. In two thousand twenty to get warlock lock out of there by that point the equality act of in past all this universal voting stuff will get past outside of a last second by mansion. Orson nema or whatever these people are or would the senator from montana one of these guys can be peeled off as stealing from my the damage they can do the damage that that the supermarine leader joe biden has done in the meantime. You're waiting instead of just saying i'm done congra- great. I'm glad trump's there. He's funny. I like the points he makes. But it's over and my problem with trump making any kind of statements or campaigning. Or doing any of these things is that it refocuses. It refocuses people on federal politics. It refocuses people on federal politics when he he shouldn't be when you and i shouldn't be. Because in the meantime the colbert. Is he going to do anything for covert stuff now. That's only going to stop when you. And i the local level push back and and it looks like people are are pushing hard on on abbott right now. Because he's squirming talking about getting the mask mandate here in texas. It's the only time that stuff's going to end. Trump's not gonna save you and so it really is the only way out. People are saying that local local local. That's it stop. Focusing on trump. I know it's easy. It's enjoyable any and in an effect. Don't get offended but it also speaks to our american laziness. Everybody we should secede we should tex it flex it out and then three weeks trump. Can you go back. wanted to leave. But it's too much work. Can you come back and just like run the country so i don't have to think about that. I missed valuable time. Playing video games and eating pizza trump. Come back come lead. Is 'cause i don't to do that. It's a lot of people who are like well. Trump will do it. Trump will fix it. Why he gonna fix your problems. Why are you pushing that off or you're going to get in there. He gonna fix it. Here's a hint. And here's something pedro gonzalez and others are saying that not a lot of people in the conservative movement. Want to hear but if you go trump if you go for trump you're voting for jared kushner. That's that's surreally what you're doing. You're voting for jared kushner and look out great that was preventing Prevented well we got the. We had the capital of israel back to jerusalem. We did that. What else did you do well yeah exactly kushner. Is the ugly fat chick. The ugly fat sister. Sorry i know. I'll even say ugly fat brother. How about that. The ugly fat sibling. That comes along with the attractive sibling. You vote for trump. you're voting for kushner. Kushner is is not america first. The duff the yep and so it's it's one of these things people show kinda flags. They fly at their houses. I fire the career on. I can't even say. But the korean war as i try to say i fly that and the The texas national swag. Those are my two. If i if i can finally come up with a crest foreseen josephsberg. Al have that bad boy printed up right now. It's lily and a shotgun in something. I gotta find something across the shotgun with maybe like maybe a ho you people. You know you know what. I'm talking about top farmers. Oh you people dirty dirty stop it. That would be great though. It's a shotgun and a ho cottage rate because it all so maybe that maybe that'll be mine. Now fly that people ask me. What is that saint joseph's burke home and you should focus on your home. Not on trump enjoy trump. You know and enjoy them. Have fun with the fact that he burns. He makes the left squeal. And all this other stuff. But don't be like so many. You know them. I know them people who are in the cult of trump there in that and yesterday just reaffirmed it. We love our american flag media. Sorry trump i don't. I don't love the american flag i know. Can't you're like khan cabinet blah blah. No i just. Don't have the flags that i salute the flags that i fly.

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Episode 64: Mergers and Extensions - The Lighting Industry News Brief April 12th

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11:02 min | Last month

Episode 64: Mergers and Extensions - The Lighting Industry News Brief April 12th

"Hi there. It's monday april twelfth and that means two things you should consider expanding your academic portfolio just by changing your name to at al. And it's time for. The lighting industry is brief brought to you by keystone technologies and their exit outdoor floods. These come in five. Different watt wattage. Is they come with color. Select technology there are foetal cells built right onto him. Great mounting options. Great splitters everything. You could need to get things gallon that's keystone deck dot com or the link in the description biden's two trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill will include of billions for lighting both on the manufacturing supply chain security side and hundreds of billions for home and school retrofits g. e. current comma. A daintree company has acquired formulating. This purchase has gone through just the other day and the details have yet to be revealed. Van meter has purchased verner electric Vm had been a fifty percent shareholder until they decide to do a full buyout The is and the f. i have you'd an emo you. Both groups will be collaborating on guidelines for healthcare facilities legrand. Watts stopper is the first to attain an nlc five on the deal see qb elvis's control system. Deco lighting might be looking for a buyer but they have entered a strategic partnership with the q pl that got announced between those two manufacturers. The buyer is merely speculation on the part of allieu since key pulse of lighting findings from dave guarding. This last quarter have been released. You can read that report on. Get a grip on lighting. Edward bartholomew has Was interviewed about his work again. Reducing crime fixing public utilities and working in prophet profitability Learn more and. Listen to it acuity. His ceo makes two thousand three hundred sixteen times more than its median employee. Meal ash has earned twenty million twenty one million dollars last year As a side note in the past three years the gap in wealth not earnings. Just wealth has gone from comparable to the nineteen twenty s to the being comparable to the reign of ramsey's the second dlc's now accepting v. to horticultural applications. Those are ready for submission. Nema has issued their business confidence index. Things are trending upward. Cas moving to done. North carolina lighting europe once again reminds us that incentives for letting upgrades should be a big part of economic repub recovery on the continent unique has joined. I'm mark the a l. D has issued their report on the lighting designs professions performance during the pandemic fx has launched. A new website. Signify continues their buyback their share buyback program a buying hundred more than one hundred seventy five thousand shares last month bringing the total to close to nine hundred thousand. Solve virus has hit record earnings last quarter. He has partnered with bright switch This is for their rebate finder in legal briefs. Texas instruments has actually filed an led driver patent for a voltage clamping in multiple led's sapphire award. Submissions deadline has been extended as has the papers speaker and poster. Submissions for the. Is y'all have a couple more weeks to get those. In inside. Lighting has offered a confidence rating on light fair and education delays or delays or cancellations. Start your office pool now and you can watch an obese forum on three d. printing. The panel discussion is now available on demand We've got a nice recap of Musical chairs in rep agencies in oklahoma hubble moved to someone in acuity jumped into that spot and so on and so forth In market predictions lighting service will grow by forty six percent by twenty twenty seven be human centric leading market will reach eight billion in value by twenty twenty seven. Led street lighting will grow by two percent over the next four years but solar led street. Lighting will grow by nineteen percent over the next six in recommended reading. We have cube lighting and the problem of low betters. We have be spending habits confronting climate change on the consumer level. We having miami mirrored on the value of night skies this dark sky week. We have three things to remember about streetlight projects. We have how to get hard skips right. And a case study on. Circadian lighting at a north carolina's senior facility in iot fx leading has a new website fager. Halt has acquired sin. Iskoe a s for outdoor lighting connectivity. And we have tiny 'em foundation bringing edge computing and machine learning to smart home tech in are indeed luminaries are has hit a new output record benchmark in horticultural a doctor ricardo hernandez will read the keynote at heart. Hor can in dark sky news. Big one for this week. Obviously a we have a discussion of what it's like to drive at on route. Fifty v loneliest highway at night to virginia state parks received. Dark side designations bathroom Author c. transi. Be i dark sky park. In austria we have a question as to whether or not flagstaff arizona's dark sky audiences. Dark sky. ordinances are a safety concern and the answer is known. Disguise are dark the street the sidewalks or safe. San miguel is considering a dark sky proposal. Mesa verde national park is the one hundredth dark sky park. Yarmouth nova scotia is expanding. Its starlight friendly. Status is already recognized by unesco but will be considering pursuing idea status as well africa home of many dark skies that as an economic resource soon and rapid city. North carolina is turning off their streetlights for ninety minutes a night to celebrate this week. A depot has partnered with the idea making them the first retail side partner with the organization and We need higher resolution photos of the earth at night because that will make us realize how bad light pollution is. This is a study about bias and the impact of other light pollution studies. The is is partnering with the park. Service to reexamine their lighting for dark sky friendly terms and the uk has determined that stars were more visible because of stay at home. Orders and local news. Shot is celebrating their thousand day without an accident. You northern iowa is assisting small business owners with energy efficiency programs henderson tennessee. Considering a streetlight conversion clifton park started their streetlight. Conversion the minnesota department of transportation will be changing the lighting three highways dominion will retrofit the marine basic questions Madison wisconsin is upgrading. Six thousand streetlights laredo texas. Doing the same reading municipal light will be net zero soon crystal city sitting york also replacing their streetlights the maryland energy adleman has awarded three point. Three million in efficiency and resiliency projects and puget sound is smartening up there streetlights. That's a new contract in oddness. We have five g as a potential vector for electricity transmission mic. Tesla's dream just gets a little closer. Maybe we have a giant ferris wheel in china northern china. It's a forty three thousand square foot. Led display in the middle of affairs wheel. We have an open scat project. Till it you customize. Led bulb shapes and rapper. Will i am of the black. Eyed peas has beaten razor to the punch with his own. Rgb face mask with replaceable. Filters these are happy filters with extra fans and they come with noise cancelling headphones for you know reasonable. Three hundred dollars. We also have led pulse a company that manipulates strings of led's to create pseudo halligan. Holograms and people news. We have olaf berlin late of osram joining lead. Our tech kevin costner. Will retire led vance. Uk has appointed nello neves as head of trade sales We have light line adding kleber as sales manager for the south central. Us and eclipses named clothed blanche as vp sales and jerome plan as director of engineering. I have been scott. This has been the lighting industry news. Brief thank you nailed get associated get educated joy music. Enjoy your week thing time. Thanks eric and drive and the name of a very go now only thing and one day nine. We make arjun view and game. View guy poli.

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Boom Studios! Power Rangers Unlimited Heir to Darkness #1

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07:08 min | Last month

Boom Studios! Power Rangers Unlimited Heir to Darkness #1

"Welcome back to another edition of talk nerdy to me. I am your host choice tiger. Please subscribe to this channel. It really does help with the metrics and while you're at added the bell on you'll be notified anytime you put up a new video all right now that that's out of the way. Let me show you this new comic. That i picked up the day. Power rangers unlimited I'm not real steeped in power rangers. Lore i do know a lot of the characters in here though I can't tell you a lot about their backer by. We'll tell you what i do know this girl. You can introduce to her as in the beginning of k. She's been kidnapped by On should not drag on dark on. I think the bounty. He's like a little bounty hunter. Four dark specter. So anyway he goes around and he kidnapped her so she can be trained to be the The heiress to dark specter's empire. This other guy. Right here is a clip door. He's supposedly dudes in power ranger university. He is just he loves the fight he's all about murdering maiming else. He's been tasked with training her. He got her at a shoes older age. Kind of like anikin you know is she was supposed to be a young wings. They got her when she was a little too old the trainer but he did trainer. She ends up being the dark. Dark specter wants to eliminate all the power rangers so that you can rule the universe so he is trained her or as having a clip door train her to do that so she goes to her training. You know there's no his like yagi either do or do not. There is no try. 'cause if you fell you in the furnace you're don so she eventually is trained up She's not the best Class because she keeps her. He's getting this on her own head and mentally. She's kinda second guessing yourself in that causes her to give precious second center fighting. She getting beat. Well finally she let go. She won't the other the other Training and dark specter said. Hey that was it you. You were my era. And they sent her into another star wars parallel. They sent her in the darkness to face herself. South familiar like that. Big tree on dagga ball. Luke ran into and ended up fighting himself. Yes she does the same thing she comes out she wins and she's come down the dark specter Chris her extra nima. Have your power rangers person. You know that that is a big time Billon from i believe the space space rangers power rangers space series so yeah asher nima Has been trained to kill power rindge. This'll one shot by the way it basically just gives you the background on astra. Nema has to be her origins. She has a brother. I can't remember his name right now. Starting today ardoz. He's actually a red power ranger In the space ranger apparent space. Eventually i don't want to spoil it for you. She comes around. And i believe she overthrows. Dark specter With the the chaos rangers she forms the chaos rangers great. This is a great origin story as a one shot believes going tie right into the next power rangers on perish number six because they just rebooted power. Rangers kind of the whole title is mighty morphin power rangers but now they have two titles once mighty morphin power rangers. They got rid of mighty morphin by rangers and gogo powering irs anyway so got ashman here with eclipse tour. You see dark on dark specter army and there's a lot of even a casual power rangers fan like myself recognizes those names so if you are a big into power rangers. This is a a must have You got the origin nationa. It touches on a clip door. A bunch of the other How she got trained up to be astronauts. Gus she was k. They named all the trainees by letter. K x the couple of others. She came out on top. She became ashra nima. She is the right hand of dark specter even higher than eclipse or. Actually she has her own ship and he sends her on her way to hunt down power rangers. Actually he's looking with Zoran is the main when he wants to find but along the way she's grabbing power rangers interrogating him killing him as you're want to do when you're hunting down on powerade you're famous. You're gonna wanna pick this up. Power rangers unlimited number one. Basically they should just call it. Me was the origin as a zest. Exactly what it is. So i hide over for paratroops fans. I highly recommended for non Fans is still a good read Still good story might even get. You jumped off into barra. Rangers may be yelled. Get off into the parameters space Type deal great. Great story Good for people fan apparent fans and power ranger fans so regardless pig up no matter what is good that is by review of power rangers. Unlimited number one. Please subscribe to this channel so we can do more cool videos like this in the future. Just hit that subscribe button. It's real easy while you're at it. Hit the bill icon. You'll be notified whenever we put up a new video so until you get that next vacation later not with me. What class you play in an rpg.

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Shahs Of Sunset: Pool Party Massacre And Family Karma: Family Fun In Flannel

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44:23 min | 1 year ago

Shahs Of Sunset: Pool Party Massacre And Family Karma: Family Fun In Flannel

"China FUN OVER PLACES. I go into space. Hello listening to the obvious day. Entertainment podcast. I'm your host Ashley Hoover Baker. And you were here for a bonus episode a doozy of the latest Shahs of sunset episode as well as the latest in net family Karma Holy Crap. There is so much to dish on. So let's go ahead and get started with Pool Party massacre. I mean I haven't seen a massacre this bad since hamlet. I mean Jeez Louise while the episode did start off very light and thankfully for that we start off with. Mj and Baby Shams. I how little nephews. Mj's explaining that baby boy's give golden showers whether you like it or not and she talked about the little PPTP for the little baby and that was way too real way to relatable because well I've gotten the old golden shower and it wasn't from R Kelly. We will be talking about later on in this episode. It stayed Nice and light. We see Adam he goes over to Jiji's house mentioned that maybe she had stomach issues. Maybe it was because of the pregnancy. She debunked that very very quickly. We have a flashback to a thin and strong Raza and can I just say I mean. He looked really good and he's also a lot of weight so keep up the good work Raza. He meets up with Sarah who I called. Sarah I am so sorry for the way I pronounce names first of all. This is me turning into my mother. I'm pretty good with the. Shah's knit names at this point but it oh family Karma. I'll get there so just you wait to hear me speaking of massacres. It's not only the pool party massacre. It will be the name massacre in well just a few minutes until then we see Sarah and Raza at air which is Ariel Yoga. I mean really people and I just WanNa say that I've done aerial yoga before and that teacher was not giving a beginner class. That teacher was going way quick way more detailed than I've ever seen. I think she was playing it up for the camera to. She was taking a page out of G. G and destiny's book. This was one of those super setup scenes where it's like here's an activity and then the teachers like. I'M GONNA leave for a while. You guys have studio for an hour and then we see the conversation of Sarah and Raza when we learn and resolute earns that Sarah had been woken up in the middle of the night because special agents were at her door. They gave her a subpoena because of her ex boyfriend of three years. Robert Kelly as in bumping grind as in ignition as in the man who believes he could fly but also peas on under age. Women even married Leah illegally when she was underaged I mean the cases against this man are dis big bottle so we heard about SARS relationship how she had no idea of the underage girls and all the battery so Sarah I wanna like her. I like a lot of things about her. But I definitely don't fucking trust this check like something. This chick is so weird and I made a connection later on in this episode. That will make sure to include in just a minute but it clicked and I was like. Oh that's it that's it well. We cut to destiny at a wig shop. She was trying on all the wigs. She even hid her phone in one of the hairpieces which was very special. We met one of her. Many Alter Egos learned that it's very commonplace for destiny to change up her look. I'm not mad. Honestly she can do whatever the fuck. She wants to express herself. This really bothers a lot of people I was looking at social and people were like destiny so fake with all the hair and I'm like I think she might be fake. I don't think it's because of the hair but you know well we shall see gee-gee comes and meets with destiny. We see a few more versions of destiny before destiny starts defending the fact that she hooked up with Sam and I have to say on this one team destiny shit who she hooks up with whether or not they're in a relationship or not. I mean honestly she can do whatever the hell she wants. I don't know I don't think it's weird. I think I'm in the minority here. We see Nima who meets up with Raza Wild Jewelry shopping. Nima asked Raza to join him. Because it's time for this Persian man to pick his first Rolex and apparently this is like him becoming a true Persian the progression. Is you start with gold. You move onto a rolex and eventually evolve into the Bentley we learn that Raza has just complete faulk you money and the fuck you money was just. I mean we've known that but the fact that he has an after five watch he's like. Oh you've got your watch that you wear when you're out working out and this and that and then you have your after five watch and I was like shook if he was looking at a watch that was close to a hundred thousand dollars. My style is much more similar to NEMA as a lot. More understated classy and understated MEEMA ended up purchasing a very respectable seven thousand dollar watch which is seven thousand dollars more than I would spend but to each his own. We see Mike Impala Lena at home this cracked me up. I wonder if you guys caught this. Mike was reading his phone and he mumbled. Fifty cent is so funny and I just need to know. Was He talking about the? I'm sorry softy. Saga from summer of Twenty Nineteen. I think he was because we see a pool party in this episode and Well Pool. Parties are in the summer and this is me being. Nancy drew of reality TV. We see Mike trying to be all husband. E and build a wagon for Paulina's kids and he again mumbled. You need to be a genius. I was just thinking at this time. He wants to run a multi million dollar company and struggling putting together a wagon. Because he's not a quote genius. No wonder why his parents have such a lack of faith in this man. Mike Search punching the wheels into place. We'll not really into place but he's trying to punch the wheels into place it's very barbaric. He was also unsuccessful. So this guy is just such a big baby he starts talking about how what. Nima says really put him in a bad mood. He can't get over the whole Nima thing if it wasn't clear enough already. I mean this is for my psychology one. Oh one that I took in my Undergrad. So you might want to sit down for this analysis of Mike. Show ahead or however you say his name the way his parents talk to him is how he talks to Nima so the hurt that he feels from his parents and the lack of faith in him being a man and be able to perform just general expectations that the Family House for him that they prepared for him since he feels so low he wants. Nima to feel that low. All of that pain that he gets his parents. He puts on Nima. Yes I had psychology one. Oh One thank you. Unlv GO rebels. Anyway we see Nima at lunch. He ordered a coffee and some alcoholic. Beverage I don't remember what he did not order a straw. I waited to see later if there was a straw present in no so he drank coffee with just going into his mouth. Which surprised me after the Pinot Noir seen that? I can't seem to get out of my head from a few weeks ago. He drink Pinot noir with a straw. And I just can't handle it and Jay arrives in a look. That had to be the same collection as Jiji's highlighter outfit. From earlier in the season gee-gee matched her highlighter windbreaker with biker shorts whereas MJ chose a shiny leggings for her highlighter. Accented windbreaker glad those ladies or keeping that company in business. Mj COMMENTS TO NIMA. Saying your teeth look really good. Nima asks if she was jealously dot. This man could be a real child. I D like me like I really like him but he does things that are so childish asking if she was jealous reminds me of teaching third grade just saying and then I felt bad for Jay. Because she's so busy trying to be a mom and being a new mom is the hardest thing. She picks up the brown sugar packets off the table. And says that's what her teeth look like right now and. I'm sure anybody who has a child can relate to that though I don't have children. I know new MOMS. It's a blessing to be able to brush your teeth in the morning or use the bathroom without being interrupted or actually just take a shower would be nice so shout out to MJ doing her best as a new mom killing the game. The waiter. Oh my God Nima just gave me the worst deuce chills at this point because the waiter comes over wants to take his order and he said and I quote I drink my brunch borough and quote Nema Nema Nema what I do appreciate. Nima instantly redeemed because he brings up that. Mj meddled in the marriage of Ataman Raza which is how it looks to all of us. A quick aside if you did not hear my exclusive interview with Alli assuredly as in the guy who spilled naked Jenga night to Raza. He was on this podcast just a few days ago and I released a special exclusive interview just a couple days ago so you might want to go back and listen to that because it details a lot of things from this episode. We recorded the day after this episode aired. So there's a lot of references back to this so I highly recommend honestly. I've gotten so many messages about like I can't believe you add them to spill so much t- he really opened up and you guys. It was good moving on Veronica. I mean destiny. Pardon me Oh my God. She's rocking Wig At this point sitting by yourself at this point she orders her food and plays with. The bird feeds the bird we saw her. Do this with the non possum but a rat earlier so destiny is getting a bunch of scene work with little animals making her look very wacky too many but very relatable to me. Because that's how I act around animals. Now this was the telling part about Sarah Sarah arrives to meet with destiny and there is a dog who looks like he's playing dead on the floor sitting next to a table. You might not even be awake. He's just sitting there minding his own. Damn Business Sarah in Oliver hotness walks by and she like grabs herself in Lake squashes. Her body like moves away from the dog as much as she can but she's confounded by the seats. She is so damn concerned about a sleeping dog though. She David R Kelly for three years. Where is the judgment of this woman? She's petrified of dogs and cats but was in a relationship with a person who raped underage girls and peed on them. Never Forget oh another reason not to trust Sarah. She gets to launch an order. A glass of water destiny. Thanks Sarah for inviting her to the Pool Party and says that she wants to clear the air before they're in a public setting and I appreciate that about destiny. It wasn't in front of a bunch of people who just the two of them and Sarah said. Hey you know what I don't think this hookup between you and my brother means anything so I'm not freaking out but she admitted that it did bother her and won't destiny and I just can't figure out why and we and then we see Sahra say you fucked my brother and me and the dog that was playing dead that Zara avoided earlier. Perked right up. That dog just needed to hear you fucked my brother and I have to say my husband was in the room during that and even laughed a shoutout to my husband. He is not a bravo fan but he thought that was hilarious. At that point Sarah Toll Destiny. She wasn't going to see your brother anymore. And well destiny clapback and destiny. I am here for this. At this point I go back and forth. I appreciate both of their honesty. I think Sarah was ridiculous in saying that. Destiny can't see her brother but I do appreciate that. She was honest with destiny and she said quote. You take the soul energy out of me. And that's very honest from Sarah and I have to say I'm very destiny and I know that I can be overwhelming at times and that I've known and worked with people like Ceara and I can see my energy sucking the life out of them but the difference is is that I would like try to tone it down but I was at work and like you try to make work relationships decent but their friends and if I was destiny I wouldn't be myself if that truly is destiny. Being destiny saw explained that she needed to go and set up a party. She got up in her version of the MIC drop. Was My brother won't be there and she just walked away Il Il. Sarah I can live without. We cut to Raza. Who explains that monopoly was made for? Persians any explains that he and Adam or doing much better in their relationship after Jenga Gate. We see destiny. Come in a look. She is working this Red Kaftan. She's got this headband. It's a turban. Usc Red piece these fierce red pumps with clear straps. I was living for the look. She arrives at Raza and Adams House for Spray Tan. Can I just say that the Spray Tan specialist arrived and that man is a star? Need to get this man a show already ladies and gentlemen this is Robbie he comes in and says let me pitch a tent and get all set up and at that point. He proceeded to pitch a tent and by ten. I mean it. Kinda came out like those foldable Sun. Visors in your car that you kind of have to do that. Like magician thing and get it from the full size into a little tiny circle. He did one of those with like a full-size stall so people could get spray Tan. Private Rosa gives direction that he wants to be quote alarmingly Tan Robbie Promises. He'll be another ethnicity roses strips down to his skivvies. We hear a great line as Robbie is tanning reser. He says once you go Persian. There's no other version and at this point it was really sad because Raza had a flashback to spray tanning with Mj and that reminded me of a scene from earlier. And one of 'em Jay's confessionals earlier this episode she had shared how her baby hold his hands like her grandfather did and that was something that Rosa always thought was very endearing about Grandpa so she had shared some really nice warm memories of Raza. He had shared this warm memory of. Mj and won't shits about to hit. The Fan. Destiny was posing. She looked gorgeous. Resume even named her the MVP the most valuable Persian and just as easily as robbie pitched the tent Robbie flicked his wrists and magically on pitched the ten. Is that how you say it? I'm not sure. And after the spray Tan Sash Resin said that it felt like he and destiny and Adam how to threesome. We see the Party Day at Sarah's House we see her organizing deejay booth getting the buffet ready the bar. It looked like heaven. Nemo's at Home Getting Ready. I need to know if you really lives on Abbot Kinney. I mean if anybody is privy to that information I need to know we see him primping. He's brushing his veneers which was shocking because he was using an old school toothbrush. The Camera Guy. Really got in there offering and brush his teeth which was very appreciated. But my question is this. Man is going to purchase a seven thousand dollar watch but he brushes his teeth with one of the free toothbrushes. You get your yearly. Dentist appointment seriously invested in automatic toothbrush that should life-changing he's got a whole printing thing going on. He's doing lotion on his face. He blow dries his hairline. He is tweeting and then he put baby powder in his boxer shorts. That didn't shock me too much. Because I've seen guys put cornstarch in their crotch. I know it's disgusting but guys that I used to work in restaurants with. He would do that in the kitchen. I guess it keeps their balls dry disgusting but then I thought about it and I'm like I use dry shampoo. That's either baby shower or cornstarch and it's to keep your hair dry and not greasy so even though it's gross like it makes sense that really bothered a lot of people online we see nemo put on a pimple and he grabbed a Kitson bag and ladies and gentlemen. I don't know if you picked up on the hard core shade towards Mike that came from the kitson bag. If you don't know what kids in is or if you don't remember it was really trendy store in L. A. That they always used to go to on the hills. When Mike had his shoe line he had gotten it sold in kits in which he made a huge deal of but then kissing closed down like the entire company went out of business. I think within days of Mike Shoe Line being featured there fuck Mike. Eight that guy so much I just WanNa now was Nima intentional with that shade of using the kits in bag. Was He trying to hit Mike? Wear it hurt. I love it. I'm sure he was an I. Love it so this is where we go into some quick cuts of everybody getting ready for the party. Rosa and Adam are primping we see Nima walking and not only is he wearing. What looks like a pimp robe. We see him from behind. And it says talented motherfucker and I would like to say it should say tacky motherfucker. Nima arrives at M J as he meets the baby. Tommy appeared it was very scary. You just Kinda like showed up and it was the only time the room was ever late. Quiet or there wasn't somebody like screaming with him in the shot so that was cool. We see G G who apparently puts the G. N. G. G. Because she hired see this big burly man as a security guard. And it's like warranted as this chick need security and she says it's in case anybody steps up to her. She explains that she always expect the unexpected and we see a flashback to her ex. Shalom and it was really awkward. Gee-gee had to be pulled away and serving was holding her back. It was all just terrible. So that's why she has the security guard. We see Cynthia better known as destiny meets. See the security guard not Cynthia. I mean how confusing all this shed. And then we go back to Sarah's we see your house it's so beautiful views are insane. Sarah is in a outfit. That was just so reminiscent of Kelly Taylor from nine. Oh Two anos. Classic Little White Onesie jumper thing when she was at the Beverly Hills Beach Club over the summer. Where Brenda Donna went to Paris? And she hooked up with Dylan the first time she ever hooked up with Dylan. It was wearing this outfit. And it reminded me of Sarah's I got a little attracted and I I will continue. We're still going through the quick cuts we see gee-gee at the party. She goes for the Fried Chicken. She was hell excited about that. I found that relatable is fuck we see Mike and Paulina arrive. Mike cracked me up. He said destiny looks like she should be in MoD squad but he didn't realize it wasn't destiny. It was Cynthia. It's all just so out there. We see resin insinuate with his hands. That is tongue gut. Tequila makes him street and that was gross. And then we see destiny. I'm Cynthia kidder. He'll caught in the floor of the deck. It's just so sloppy. Everybody's having fun chilling at the party all is good and then Nima arrives and this is when it all goes very far downhill. He comes down the stairs and then. Mj follows behind. It seemed as if Mike in Nima thought that they can lick trick the group into being excited that. I'm Jay was there and will they weren't having it there. These really fun. Freeze frames we see a shot of G G. She's clearly pissed. Paulina is in the middle of deep throat. Eating a fried chicken sandwich. Gee-gee aggressively goes to her security guard C. and shows him out which based on the definition of security should have been opposite but okay resume goes to leave but at this point me must stop him and wants him to talk to J G G at this point called. Nema out for ambushing the party as he saying he's trying to make the peace and she calls him the f. l. and it was actually kind of cool to see. Nima and my finally on the same team this season. They were trying to make peace in this situation. Destiny goes up to MJ and just asks. Why why why and MJ gives herpes? Destiny gives her piece and then. Mj tells her she should have chosen not to believe alley and again. You need to go back and listen to that interview that I did a couple days ago. Because so much of the Django Gates scandal clarified we see. Resin in a confessional. He says is off and it might be because he doesn't have his best friend around and it might be affecting them so resin at this point we're back to the party. He approaches. Mj. She walks away. He at this point. It looks like he wants to make peace but then as soon as she walks away he just starts digging out her and says you're not embarrassed. You're not embarrassed. You're not embarrassed. Oh my God poking the bear Arcor. Mj Screams resume keep on cheating on atom and going to bath houses at this point. Mj starts yelling at Raza and destiny. Destiny reser or yelling back at Mj. Mj throws her drink on. Raza and destiny goes to moderate at this point she pulls MJ away from Raza the yelling proceeds and no it was Adam who dropped the bomb to Mj. Go home and take care of your Kid Raza at this point yells if you almost died go home. Where are you doing here? And that's when. Mj gives that shocked. Look Mike Heads to Russia and Adam and he's pissed off as Mike is walking. He says I'm going to slap the shit out of him. Mike like turns very like it turns into like a scene from National Geographic. He puffs off his chest like a wild animal and approaches Adam yelling. How dare you talk to her that way? Mj yells up to resume an atom. You cheat on him. He cheats on you. And that's when it happened. That's win the Earth fucking stopped in the middle of this corona virus disaster. That's happening in our world. Everything stopped when Rosas said you had ten abortions to his former best friend. The camera work in the scene was just brilliant. We see Mike pulled a drink from his mouth. Nima Freezes Sarah. I'm going to call her out. A bamboo die bitch is shook. F. And resin continued quote. Your uterus exploded because you had ten abortions. We cut to more shocked reactions. Destiny yells for them to stop. Mike's eyes are barely holding into his skull. As Roma's screams as he exits. Fuck you people he goes into an STV grabs a folder and throws loose papers all over the parking area. I need to know what's in the folder that might not matter but I'd really like to now. We see Mike at this point chase after resin and Adam who are walking down the street. He's trying to calm them down and we go to the preview. We see Mike say that if Tommy gets involved it's GONNA get ugly. We do a quick cut to Tommy who is destroying Adam and resins patio. The group is surprised by the way Tommy behaved which is understandable. He destroyed property. But it's weird because he called Mercedes out for having ten abortions which was pretty low. I mean honestly. That's as low as you can go but the group was seemed to be more upset by. Tommy trashing their yard Nima again asks. Mj very earnestly. If she feels good about what Tommy did. She says that he feels remorse. But we cut instantly Tommy saying I broke a plant. I wanted to break his legs. Oh hold on. Let me do it. Tommy. I broke a plant. I wanted to break his legs. I'll keep working on that one. Then we see the whole group together and what looked like intervention. It's like everybody questioning. Nema NEMA said that he wanted to bring 'em Jay and resume together. We see at the end of this preview. Says I do not want to mend his friendship with MJ. And Tommy and that's where we ended and it was really tough to watch thankfully family. Karma is really nice and light right now at the beginning. So let's take a quick break. We'll be right back for family. Comma Danny Pack Karma is up and we are talking about the episode family fun in Flannel Poodle of alliteration. This episode starts exactly where it left off. We start with conflict. The second the camera rolls and it's at the again. I'M GONNA apologize in general for the horrible pronunciation of names and words starting with the two Willie Gallo do ely gala. I'm not sure it started hut with Lopa better known as FM L. V. Shawls future mother in law who is still crap talking V. Shawl. She calls him a Leech to Brian's dad who was in misery sitting next to this woman we see a confessional Avi Shawl in his mom and I will have. Parents names down by the next episode. I am so happy that the parents are just as prevalent of characters on the show. Is The kids are? The kids are like in their twenties thirties or hardly kids. But I love the fact that the parents are so relevant and I will learn their names all use their full names next week. So until then I apologize for calling them. So and so's mom in the confessional bichell's mom was asked what the issue was with. Lopa and visuals. Mom explained that she was offended by what she had said about him. Not having a job and being a slacker and she wanted to protect her quote baby and I just love that she called Emma baby and he's thirty four years old. We see Monica who is also at the gala. She wants to find Brian who she calls her. Best friend a wifey and then we see. Brian's dad tell Brian that he is terrified of Lopa. And I think everybody is at this point we meet the Auntie Army as a Nisha calls them and that's all of her mom's sisters that are all BFF's we learn. Also that Nisha is scared of Lopa. So it's unanimous a new mom getting bombarded at this point by Lopez Nastiness. We see at this point how deep this feud is between his shawl and riches. Moms LOPA had gone to shawls brother's wedding. It was a three day event and not only did they not talk. But none of these shawls. Mom's sisters tucked a low by Ivar which seeing how lopa behaved at this party. I don't blame them for ignoring her. I wouldn't want to talk to her either. Might not seem mature but you go to a party to have fun and not hear that nonsense. Anita's mom called out Lopez negative behavior towards her good friend which I appreciated. She said she didn't understand her attitude and Lopa just pre much called herself an arrogant woman and the niece's mom responded with arrogance doesn't solve anything which is true moving on we see a Nijaz mom who wants to tell her friend what had been said behind her back so we cut straight to another day and a Nisha. In her mom are golf. Carting to a spiritual gurus home now. I need to know what kind of money as spiritual guru makes. Because they're in a Nietzsche's family is very nice home in apparently a gated community. That looks like it might even have a golf course on it and it didn't look like they left the complex and then we get to the spiritual guides house and wow wow wow per name is Lord.'. We learned that initial loves psychics. We see initiatives. Mom telling me shawls mom what. Lopa said we also see? Nisha blowing up the phone and it makes me sad because since their MOMS have communicated about this problem with Lopa bichon feels it super awkward between him and now so he's just giving her the silent treatment and according to initial. This is just what he does. It's very mature. She wants him to grow up. And apparently it's just his process but he is ignoring her text messages. We See Lord.'. Laying out a yoga mat making shirt faces north. We get into this woman's house. I mean Lord is living the dream these giant windows. Beautiful marble floors. She has got a lot going on as well with this short a-line haircut she's got this Green Blazer with this gold stitching throughout it these flats that look like they're super jewelled. I mean working working working multiple necklaces. Her haircut might have been a little like I want to talk to the manager but she kind of made it. Look she I appro- Brian's mom is upset that he is so messy. We see his room as a disaster. It looks like a teenage boy. We meet a new character. Her name is Bali. She is meeting with Nisha and within seconds I realized that she is the Samantha. Jones of Family Karma much like Samantha Jones on sex and the city. She's confident she does what she wants when she wants. She doesn't worry about what others think of her. I'm not sure she has the crazy. Sex Life Lake Samantha Jones. Which apparently she doesn't which we learn in just a few minutes. We learned that. She's in her forties. She's been married divorced two times while she's sitting with a Nisha one of her adorable platform. Shoes break a Nisha looked up with that means and it means that she has a bad sex life they kind of joked about it and then the second shoe broke and it was very very funny immediately. I love Bali. She has such a beautiful relationship with a Nisha like a Nisha was really talking to her about where she is in life with her family and her career and not having her own family at this point and Bali was so understanding and compassionate and was such a good listener and told a Nisha exactly what she needed to hear and I was just so glad that they each have that relationship in their life. We cut to Monica and her dad and her dog in a baby carriage having a waterfront lunch. Sahra from Shahs of sunset would not have Ed. Monica brings up her dad dating and he explains that he's just not ready. The most enthralling part of this. This seems getting a lot of positive press because of talking about how Monte grew up with a single dad and that's nice and Dandy and all but I really WanNa talk about. Why The dog food from the restaurant? The waiter came up asked if the dog wanted and she named some words that I had never heard before they said yes and then all of a sudden you see the dog eating food from the restaurant and I need answers. We see a Shawl Amran meet up with Sean. Who is also new on this episode? We learned that he had been on one date with Monica. She wasn't there for it. They're all meeting up at a barber shop. They have a bottle of Jameson. Sean Patel we learn a little bit about him. He has a ton of family money. The House is extravaganza and it has a bunch of statues of the family members. Super super disturbing like I watch a lot of horror movies and that is straight out of one of those movies. Brian ends up joining group at the barbershop. Bichon asks him if he and Monica or dating. He answers that well. The answer isn't no. He wonders if there could be something. Maybe more we learn that. The shawl enriches seven year. Anniversary is coming up and he is planning something special for her. We learn more about Bali. She used to be an L. Editor in India which is the most glamorous job ever but now she works in an office and it looks horrible. Like cubicle type. I don't remember what exactly got to this point but I wrote in my notes. Quote Anal is just for special occasions. Now so I really WanNa go back and Rewatch US episode now to see what the context of that was. Oh and Bali also has a seventeen year old daughter who is very beautiful and they have a really nice relationship we see shawl enrich they go to the zeal. That's her present for their seventh anniversary. We see the animals and they were lemurs. I knew it a Lemur was but they were lemurs. They were playing with Richard and be Shawl we see parrots Kangaroos adorable penguins. And the person these zoo. Who is taking pictures of Richard Envy? Shaw how to ask if they were a couple which tells me that. They don't act much like a couple. They had to ask Shawl to put his arm around. Richaud which I think is very interesting. I don't know I'm not huge into PDA. But you can tell my husband and I are married. We're definitely a couple which is just very strange about the dynamic of their relationship. They go to an onsite restaurant in order. Chicken sandwiches which I find very strange because they wouldn't order a kangaroo Sandwich Day. Wouldn't order a Lemur hotdog. So why are you eating chicken? I'm sorry if that's annoying to those of you who aren't plant based but well I am in. It's weird to me and you can think it's weird that I don't eat meat. It's all good. Our differences are what? Bring US altogether and make us all more compassionate to one another. We learned that rich. Eddie Shaw before they get married. They want to do a roka ceremony. Which is a traditional Indian ceremony for engagement? That LOPA hopefully will approve of because she doesn't even really consider them a couple at this point the Marissa's start teasing shawl and asks. Why don't you call my mom and ask first about the proposal thing and at that exact moment? A bird's squawked and be Schaal responded to the bird and it was just so funny we learned that Inisia- INVA- shawl still haven't talked but because there's a preplanned pumpkin patch outing say that fast it's coming up and we learned that Indian show up so even though they're not close right now they'll both be at this. Pumpkin patch event. We shall an Amr it go to pick up a Nisha who doesn't drive for the Pumpkin patch event. They're all adorable wearing flannel. They WANNA feel like fall. A Nisha said that she had foam o of her friends. Who are getting more fall like weather and she admitted to do this for the Graham. Well we all do it for the Graham. I appreciate your honesty. The gang all arrives at the Pumpkin Patch and Bali's not wearing flannel. It doesn't go with her study and neither Brian or moniker wearing flannel. Either and the the Party poopers we see Monica. In a confessional. She admitted to liking Brian years ago. But he didn't feel the same way. And now it's opposite. She knows how he feels. And he also admits a confessional that he sees her differently now so they're teasing this relationship a lot. And it's very adorable. I'm confused by this part. They were writing a canoe thing. Are there canoe rides at Pumpkin Patches? Is that like a normal thing? I don't know if it was really a canoe. It was one of those like pedal yourself paddle like a bike. But it's in the water in pedaling. Made the Canoe Boat Lake thing move. I don't know I don't know but it was cool. I've never seen that at a pumpkin patch. But it's Florida so they might have their own rules. We see Brian Monica decorating Pumpkin and they were away from the group. He asks where she is in the relationship. And it's Humphry issues in the friend zone. He really goes in and a cute cute way telling her trying to explain to her in her his own way that he does like her but he just got shot down right again. We see a Nietzsche's mom and bichons mom at lunch a Nietzsche's mom explains the Lopa situation to be shawls. Mom we see some quick shots going back and forth between the MOMS and the kids. It's really fun. The kids I'm referring to the twenty and thirty year olds. The kids are taking photos at the Pumpkin Patch. We see shells mom requests that. No more interviews. She's in a confessional and she does not want any more interviews about Lopa. It bothers her and she walks off. Wow this honestly what I love about the show. So far as that. There's not the deep heat full drama lake. We're getting on Shahs of sunset. I mean yes. I live for the drama but there needs to be a balance and Shaw's is a little too ugly this year so I hope Family Karma learns from the other shows and it just gets a little too dark at times so I hope they keep this show a little bit more light and family oriented. I think it's a really cool dynamic and an unbelievable addition to the Bravo lineup. The preview for next week is that a Nisha might be freezing her eggs. We see that Monica extreme coupons which I love Mama didn't raise no fool. We see a Nisha hearing a rumor that she may have a thing for v Shawl and she shoots that shit down so fast saying that he has s d e which is small energy and is a Momma's boy and I have to say it took me a second with a Nisha. She's kind of like got like a boring expression. She doesn't have a resting bitch face but she has like an rb aflac arresting boring fees and she doesn't smile a whole lot in her energy and her voice is just kind of like she always kind of sounds like she's being inconvenienced but I kinda love that about her like I didn't know how I felt about it at first but it's just her personality and she's fun and she really perks up and when she does. It makes me so happy and I'm here for her. I can't wait to get to know her. And all of the other family Karma cast members a little more. I hope you enjoyed this. Shahs of sunset and Family Karma breakdown. You can stay in the know in all things reality. Tv and celebrity news related. Make sure you follow on his Dana Retain -ment on instagram twitter and facebook. While you're on facebook joined the FACEBOOK Fanny Pack Group. It is where we keep all of these conversations going and then some you can always find all things on his day entertainment from articles. 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S6 Ep 3: Carly Rae Jepsen

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

53:31 min | 2 years ago

S6 Ep 3: Carly Rae Jepsen

"Jesse? Yeah. Hey, hey, I just met you. And this is crazy. His my number colonie. Maybe. Listen, we've got one minute to do this intro before our guest arrives. What you say? You've got to let me do this in place. So this is going to be a bit frantic. But we have very sorry to have a Canadian superstar politics for the interruption by my daughter who is decided she's a mermaid today and is posted at nursery at the moment. She's got Pinkai conjunctivitis. So let's hope we don't give it to the guest, so mom. Yes. Dialing. I'd like to rename this episode Keach gate. We who asks for quiche. It's very popular in America. Just being really? Yeah. People were saying on the menu as if it was a big deal. So I think it is very big deal. Now quiche your I have never laughed so hard as when we ask our guests if they have any dodger comments or if they like anything, so we got through the prophesised powerbase. She likes homemade pastor and quiche cable icon, make pastor done keys. I was done cash for the lady done an onion quiche which had made once before and everyone loved it here. And I got up very early this morning to make it and hope it works. And you've made some nice things I've made some new potatoes. I rose to to have done so rested tomatoes with Capers garlic, and he's kind of inspired by Delia used to do really good peppers stuff. Didn't shay. Yeah. So I just about that. And it's been really some sunny, and it'd be nice mum's. Just come back from Florida and brought my daughter light of tat. So my dot is now in a Florida bright pink t-shirt a necklace with dolphins plastic dolphins on and she's too because one mermaid wasn't enough to show some miniature. Why did you? Why did I need boo? Plus games. She likes it happy. And that seashells are picked off the. Did you eat well in Florida? Yeah. But very expensive delicious fish, I have Maui flounder which has sought a bit because of Nema. Oh, i'm. Slandering the little mermaid, and he was the good guy. But was really delicious, Molly hot red, snapper. Nice fish. Yeah. Really wonderful fish. It's really good. I've been busy watching book. Good tiling, which we're ready excited about we have a deadline of three weeks fine sold. Hey. You can't. That's all okay. She Canadian singer who has some of the catchy songs known to man, but also has become the coolest pop star and Gail icon. She school ges. She is gorgeous already nice. I met her years ago in New York. I wonder if you'll remember let's see let's see the dive bar. Let's wait for. Conurbations caught Mike. Is it cool? If I little of this too. Wine. Water to okay. I think we'll talk. This kind of David got Rosaiah white. Would you read who say would be nice that you guys in Rosa? I am really happy that you said yes to this. Oh my God. Because you've asked kidding. I I wondered what you remembered we met in a kind of weird frat ball years ago. Itchy. And I think it was oh to doing Cinderella. I remember this man you were doing we went some ball or ball, New York. It was in New York. And I was Benny Blanco. Yeah. Anyway, a met you before. And I thought you were charming, and it's very lovely to. Now. Have you my house, but you would doing boot 'way was and that was that was ofter asked me, maybe? Yep. And the kiss album came out, and we had done and entire like promo tour and Mike actually show tour, and I was just called out of the load. If I would be interested in didn't really think twice about it was like, yes who doesn't want to be Cinderella for brief moments in life. Yeah. Cinderella. What we Cinderella room. It was just the the Broadway musical didn't know they had a music apart from when you did it. No, I only actually kind of found out about it. When I got the phone call and everyone thought I was nuts to just be like taking a break in the middle of everything to move to New York can do a Broadway musical show. But I I just bucket list style. It was something I really wanted to do and pursue as well. I kind of grew up. Do you any home? It was nice Cinderella. Like pop the little bubble of like LA, and like as I in that world and kind of create a brutal. No as raising Candida. Oh that you are second Canadian into we we had Caiphus Auckland couple of weeks ago. But he lives in LA as well. I live in. Yeah. Yeah. Never gonna go about to come of. No, go back Fisher. Where are you from income Uva mission? BC clustered in Kuban. Okay. You can go really gonna watching in Vancouver. I mean, whenever everyone says to do go on the ferries the kind of keep your eye out. Yeah. I've seen, but this is all my mates want to do at the moment. They won't Vancouver to way watch. That's the thing. I mean, if I was going to Vancouver for vacation, there's a few other things, I would suggest whales a great. Scene away. Yeah. Absolutely. No big deal in Canada. There's a few things that are considered. No big deal like bears, for example, you see beds. Yeah. Absolutely grisly buzz blackberries, mostly I've seen the dangerous ones. Grizzlies are the dangerous. Well, I mean, I don't think anybody not dangerous could and you'll become ping a big big black bear will be right. They're not so much that let me put it this way. I brought my boyfriend home to my mom's like place into pheno, and we're out like fishing with my uncle and my uncle Joe into the wild. He was like, you should take this knife. And I'm taking he's an English. Boy, this guy that I'm dating and he's like I need in. And he was so terrified about what he was going to even I we'll just in case. There's like you just it's good to be safe in case. And then he was posing with his knife feeling all men never help them. And we went out into the Bush and we're driving and we're like, oh, I wonderful. See a bear today. He looks over at me being like, I know I have a knife. But I'm totally screwed. If we see and sure enough we saw one on the way just like a little baby. Cub running to hide behind. And then we job a little ways further, and we're like, all right? Let's get on here to go fishing. And he was like. The phone back. We saw there looking. How long have you been together too? I mean, he's a Brit. He has we were best friends for like a year and thought he was just trouble that that then he kinda convince after a that we were good idea. So we've been together for about two years. Now, does that mean that you spend time here actually know he'll is island. We found out we met in Nicaragua. And then we found over what were you doing just you move sightseeing well as predictable as it is he's a musician and producer as well. So we meant that usual away at work and we had both been invited to songwriters camp and Nicaragua. And I don't even know why I love these come it wasn't Jamaica Nicaragua. And you just didn't give shave. I make a good song. Oh, no. I'm going for the time. Literally were so against them for the longest time. Because I didn't think it was the best idea just to force creative people place. They've never been on like just like party. Sorry. My son is just had the bowl taken away. From him. And he's that guy. Sorry, you like you are every woman. Right. And that he doesn't speak in this thing. Oh, and the wind has yes. Aw. Thank you. Shelly chair, Richard. I'm going to try and put the bull. Us years things. Just on Canadian idol because I watched every is rose ring it I haven't talked about it in a while. Let's go back. It's not how you started. I guess technically. That was like my my Uber AAC out and in Canada. Yeah. But it kind of still exclusive and you won. No, no, no. I came third who was three always the hallway. Thanks. Three three. Actually, it was the best really wasn't expecting to make it fire at all in that show. I felt like it was such a coin Todd who was the judges. Straton that was the female judge. Caladiums? You really appreciate what if you. No, it's sad forgetting young when you were on it. No. I was good. I was twenty one. I think. Young as young as like now you have. Yeah. Yes. I think he's too young. And I think I felt very young. When I went on it. I felt very like terrified of the whole experience that also like so excited 'cause so you singing before and you said you've got the best in the whole wide world, and you will in those the school musicals, and you look gigging doing all of that. Now, I had very honest mom who is like you have a very different voice. And and she's like that's something you should just like have fun with it. And my dad my dad was really like amazing have four parents actually stepparents as well. So growing up my dad was type link play guitar to me before bed, and like let me sing along with them. So he t play before James Taylor. Oh. Wholesome. Onto the gossip. Yeah. My think our favorite song was the son is Shirley sinking down. I don't know the the lily. We'd always do it together. Home annoys? I mean, weirdly, I think that was like kind of part of the thing when you have I think it was quite young when my parents, divorced and remarried, and I'd always miss my mom, and his wave common me down was sort of like, let's sing songs, and it would get lost in the news and felt really really comfy after that. So yeah. Yeah. So I guess the answer is I've been singing since I was seven I think was my first like onstage performance, but Canadian idol's the first time that I got any exposure going to think outside of mission, but I did do the musical theater in high school. I love me. High school. But like, you know, whatever your role, they'll when we know I was miss Adelaide in guys dole. Okay. And then I was Reno Sweeney in anything goes you had some cool musicals. We had all the typical which ones. Do we did any who you got to be any wake on you? Yes. Okay. Find a couple of weeks ripped out a lot of my hair. And then oddly, we did the wiz. Oh, that's for me. Yeah. Cool, and they didn't do that. They nine though, we were like not the funky. It was a lot of white kids. Trying to ease on. Odd choice for some reason. But yeah, and then we did grease grease oversleep to be. Yeah. That was the first time I ever learned to stuff my bra. And where heels my parents were really thrown by what is happened to her. We always ask people was food a big part of your growing up. My family's rather? Food obsessed in the loveliest way. Actually, that's not not all of them. But certain members we are passionate, and I am one of them. So who's the best cook in your family? Oh dangerous. Dangerous question. Right. My mom had four parent. Yeah. From for this. It's probably between my mom, and my step parents of the parents. But my my stepmother's mother is talion old school giant. She like great pasta. Like your understand like the lasagna that she makes is sought after from like, my family members Tillich a competitive nature to the point where my my mother on the opposite end of the families gas. This is my data. My step mom. We're talking about my mom. So you'll know I'm had heard me, and my brother talking, but at some action was like kid you somehow. Me traveled in it. I don't know exactly. It's a whole day process that my sister has actually lived through once and tried to document and record. And then I asked her if she would teach me when she came to LA, and she's like, I still have no idea what she that. Katie. It's unbelievable. And she's been working on it for years, very passionate lady about like wanting to please people, but very thin then later layers all all the how many layers then there's more lays them. It's the thinnest lasagna I've ever seen in terms of learning. I don't know know if this on you. Yeah. She. Maybe it's I think it's it's a life commitment has done and she's passionate about it. So I wanna know. Yes. So we had we did you like an thing. John ritter. Doc review comments. We got back. She loves homemade, pasta and quiche who's we? We never have keys. Never seen. Anybody Ghauri fanciest slice occas-. Somebody else own. But I think I think they're probably came some line because those are the two meals that I cook the most quiche because it's easy and home passer 'cause it's impressive. They probably were like this is what she feeds option. We went full than the easy war. Chest yelm. We've got we've got onion quiche and we've got some slow roasted, tomatoes and work here. And then some new potatoes. It's very simple isn't gonna balmy day outside. So we thought maybe it would be kind of its day. But I just made it cracked me up so much that we would she loves unjust. I spin in Florida quiches, quite popular in the states at the moment. I will say I'm not like a chef of all chefs, but in my home ACC S-Class back in High Island one quiche, and I've been messing with that like no other messing on. I make the best keys you evidence. This one. Mike Lee, what's in your keys. It's the one time. I let myself not follow the recipe. It feels really in my soul. I just play with whatever's in the kitchen, but I think it's a pretty easy recipe where you just throw the meat at the bottom the vegetables that you want on the top you makes the eggs in the milk some pepper put on top. And you just put really stinky cheese on top of it. And it always works quiche with meat. No. Would be somebody like smoke salmon, dill dot com. Right. Yeah. Let some until quiche that would be really good alla Kali what I Holly your famous meals. Do you have a couple of those? I saw it with. Honestly, we exhausted mumps chicken soup thing. Hans chicken zoo. Classic in good. Cookbook the minute. So yeah, basically, everyone is all Guinea pig. When they when they you know, we host, and that's what happens. But now we have to rematch because it's the book can't give everybody chicken soup. So for that case. The only case it said. Vegtable enough make make the book. So yeah, you know, what I like about is. It's a breakfast, impress or dinner or lunch, depending on what you moment. Five we thought it would be. Okay, perfect. This is I just love that will Mark H so much because I just it did make me off. I was like who is this person. But it's because you good fine. Okay. Competition was like. Someone should set. She's really could quiche ind- her may pastor, no sheep three. Who are these people? Other room yelling on the right? So growing up. It was what you eating regularly at the dinner table. What was kind of regular family meal? Well, I have a strange food experience growing up. I think mostly because of the two different houses. Yeah. My mother's, and my stepdad's they were like really like health nuts into lake everything. Like my treats going to school where like packed raisins and nuts that kind of. But they're really good cooks too. I didn't learn to appreciate that. Until I got older my dad, I'm Patty mice. They were probably to the worst cooks. And that ever I mean I- door them too. I think one time Patty to make cheese super she literally grated cheese into some hot water, but they learned like adaptive stuff, and they mothers, the great think it passed. And really my sister her like my sister. She is like an incredible cook as well. So I think maybe it skips on you. If you're both good at cooking. So maybe that's. Good at cooking. Deny deny we just kind of greedy. So I know that I basically have to just I I like to eat. So I have to make it work. We'd be think the one thing it takes to be like a kind of slightly good cook is just a passion for good taste because you're not gonna put up with. Today. So where's your favorite meal? Mount in London in London to know, London. That will though I know I can no place for a day. And I'll find my place for food. That's like my extracurricular activity even this morning. We were talking about all the things we had to like, okay? That's great. Let's talk about lunch. And it's our plan for the I'm won't for long. We ended up not having times we had to order and sushi, but I went on the first day. I was here. I went for lunch at the ninth. My my boyfriend and I stumbled across it it's close to the SoHo hotel or house. Yeah. And. If we across it, just it looks cute, and we went for an early dinner, and then eating everything and just like maize malicious, it was kinda French cuisine. And then we looked later on. It's like a Michelin star like by accident of the ninth. Thank you. I'm just here to teach. So has your boyfriend taking you to any sports that he is he ever been he's Londoner or is he just British? He's lived in London for a little bit. But in his like kind of college years, but he's LA base now. So he hasn't been like I've caught this place a little hole in the wall. No, oddly, he wasn't so much food until we met I'm like bringing it out of him. He he's kind of happy with whatever's in the fridge sort of like that typical college men that never grew up where I'm like, do you still have cool is that a drink? I don't think they do. Yeah. So we had some work to do that. But now he's really into cooking. So where do you go when you're in LA where you're like regular spots east to west? I'm an must be lists. The best place ever. Oh, LA Franklin news. It'll domes we have. Those blueberry pancakes. I yeah. It took me a while the figure out what my spot was in in Los Angeles. But I think I found it and in that area. There's a couple of places I love one. There's a restaurant that's best ya. That's like considered the best restaurant. The only problem is the host is little you know, what it's like that New York five of like, you should be so lucky to be and I always pay like. A moment or two to get past that. The food is good. I do have an issue with her. I wanna shout out to whoever that blonde girl is dead. Attitude. Check way I'm on loan. Yeah. I wanted you and reservation ago. Get in. Well, yeah. I don't know what it is about it. But is good. But also when I've even had a reservation. Yeah. Kind of really glad to have a forum to be able to complain publicly. This is really my game. Whilst you when did you leave tomorrow show cry my being here? I arrived today's poof thing, you know, which way you're going. Thank you. On the way. So as if in promoting the knee record yet we wanted live lounge that was a kind of the main, oh, what did you perform did Khalid cover of talk? And then I think as saying it was says, I always loved to covers that are like the opposite world that you belong to feels like why not who's Julian? There's a couple of answers. Did date a boy when I was younger named Jillian adventure Canadian guy. Okay. I had a wonderful weekend because city, but but this is not like a pint him song where I'm sending a message secretly to clarify. This. Okay. Vert the alarm, no. I thought it was such a musical name. And then I'd been trying to put into a song for awhile. It always surprise me that like, hey, Jude. His son's name is Jillian. And I'm like, and he didn't think it was like musical. And I just liked the shortness of it. But I was like Julian Shams lovely. Yeah. And so if I think it became more of a metaphor of like everyone's idea, my idea of that person. That's in the back of your head that you constantly think about and fantasy sort of took over and made this well run still like cheating. Oh, he moved to LA, actually. And I saw him like I think we went to play pool once a couple years back and he's doing great. He's he's as well. I always fall for music why or. I'm going to read my next song is going to be like don't kiss the producer is that what you did. Jillions case. Yes. Yes. But I was young. I was foolish. We're going back to this new new guy that you've been with monotony. He's been around a year and a half ages and my books you met in Nick Nicaragua. Yes. Yeah. So that was kind of your first day in didn't did, you know, like I said we were friends for the first year. And then things kind of just like progressed. I think we both actually were with other people the time, and then we our relationships, and I think we still were nervous for a while. And then eventually it was like kind of obvious. I think my mom invited him over for dinner at one point when she was in LA with me. She's like cooking chicken thing. And I was like what? Okay, cool. I'm like, he's not gonna come. It's like a family dinner, but he arrived, and then it felt very date. Like, I think our first date. My father, and my mom got a little tipsy and started being like slightly flirtatious. And I was like mother a Nuff with the leg showing like sit down. Sounds fantastic. So we like to ask a few kind of stunned questions. So we've got some of your feet hotspots. See you on the you'll dishes occas-. That's great. And I'm very glad I know this, and I'm going to try salmon dill, we'll see how the ones that. We also have you got good table minimus. Kosher. I think that I'm really pretty sure I kind of get really excited about whatever I'm eating and half the excitement gets a little messy. Sometimes I feel like if I had my way you wouldn't have to watch me eat when I'm really passionate meeting. We're getting my fingers there. I lick my, Gino. Yeah. And also, I get a family trait. But when it's really good. My aunt is classic. This that everybody she'll go. The musical experience where it's like sounds a little. Oh. What? This is pretty pinky worst table in like when you're going out with somebody else. Do you have kind of something that just gets you? Note I have a real passion for sharing food when we go out because I want to try all of the things together. And I have a re- also have a secret agenda of what those things should be. I ten minutes as me trying to make it feel like the lamb was your decision. I love you. Okay. Quick than anybody. I've ever met. With her. That's a trait of Torino. I think and being on the road because you have sometimes ten minutes. County. Now, my excuses, my son and my daughter needs me. So now, I'm like, oh, this must don't when you is there being greedy. And she poked out, the do you have a particular food like Chinese or talian? Oh, that you like more than anything comfort food that you'll go to when you come back from tool, or whatever, I probably say talion. Yeah. Both of my set. Parents are talion strangely. What's you background? I'm canadian. I'm apparently all the issues like I'm Danish. And I got it. Yeah. She pitchers yet. You. No. I'm too to dammit. I know every other good blown you haven't been blown for a VO newly-elected couple of like, you think you when I first did it. I had no understanding about what it is today. You're here from like a black mullet to like, a blonde Baugh, but I had grown my hair out. And I had this idea was gonna have long blond hair, and we were doing shoot the next day. And I convinced those woman, very nice woman. Very talented hairdresser that we could do it in a day. Go from black to bond, we did then I went well, drove my hands through my hair, and it came out of shish like. And the one thing I will say about getting older is that when I was younger. I think I would have like lost it. And at this point in time for some reason, I found it hysterical. Like like, like, bad funny. What you can't stop laughing. And she's like, what are we do you shift like? I do. Target commercial? It wasn't a little shoot. And I was like shooting with like like, oh my God. It was it was so funny. And I was like I looked a little like Ellen Degeneres like not done. Well, like. Was like half the in talk. And then so she we just had to like cut it off. So I got to have a really like kind of going to do that. CPR was DeGeneres. So we're going to slow grow up right now. And I've learned don't go from back to don't go from black to blonde and one name. I'm wish I I am to kind of not she. Yeah. I'm kind of like a mostly grey naturally like somewhere in between Brown and blunt. But I I don't know. It was very timid my whole life in terms of changing hair color. I wanted to always be natural Brown Brown. The way I was being slung hair faith, and then I got my first taste of changing it up and going read I was like I want to try all the rainbow now. And I think every couple years I get kind of itchy to just try something else. Why I say I love Kumi. Maybe I can get some of the best songs when did you two? It was written over like a span of at least a month. It's weird. I didn't you would get how sung spill piece together. Sometimes like puzzle pieces and the bridge of the song came first the like. Phya came into my life started as a kind of folk song that I wrote my uncle's you pay them guitar, very poorly. But enough to let enough to. Britain. So then then that was all I had was like, and it was different melody at the time too. And then. And then it morphed later on anyways. And then my guitar longtime collaborator tavist crow who I met when we were just like babies babies babies, train, Canada, like soccer, mom, Ben style. Him. And I would always jam together. My house on tour, and we were jamming day room and doing nothing. We just sing ideas as it. Come. And I sang the chorus which at the time we thought was the pre for different song. So then and he was like I and I'm going to kitchen. He's like, I think it's good. Let's keep it. And then we met Josh Ramsay through our label who's a producer. And he we he's like, do you have any ideas? What do you want to write today, and I showed him both things. And he felt like I think that's the chorus. Let's repeat that and he helped us kind of construct a song with like these little baby bits of ideas that we had him. I think the night before we recorded it ended up coming up with like a different verse. Because I didn't like the one we had before. So it was all piece together over time. But none of us were like we have something special. This is going to change our careers. We kind of were just like this feels good. Let's see what happens. And then I think round the time. And this is where I have no ears for like radio or have. No perception. Of like, what is good, and what is going to work or whatever I fought like tooth and nail the have like another different song from that category. Be the single and then who still to my family, weirdly o-. Say that you. No accident. I can distinctly. Remember, I I ask a lot when I'm unsure about something. To to my safe, circle, h agenda. Kind of just have your best mentions in mind and aren't afraid to like tell you some hard truths sort of thing. And I was certain it was going to be sung curiosity. It's going to be the song. And then my aunt when I played it for like the group at like, a family dinner, just like she doesn't Nance, but she kinda got up in like jiggled a little bit. And that was like the moment. Let's start with this fun. I I think that's enough people now that if like giving me the heads up my babies. He's been to sleep. Allison. He's been shaking making these maligned actually because actually feel quite now. Should we eat? Yes. I feel I'm going to go wrong law. Whilst Justice doing. Jesse you still asked what was your death row suffer? But I prefer to say if you're going to be. Exile to Edessa Thailand for another year. What would be your last meal that you eat before you went? I shouldn't say Rocco's Italian market sub sandwich with jalapeno chips in the middle. So extra crunchy. Right. That's that's so weird answer else goes in the sub some with just a regular Italian sub. It's got like. Shuto schouten. She yet. Yeah. It's like my good verba. No. Way. Man, I buy these ships than I stuff I'm in the mid with crunch, and I get a nice like old-fashioned root beer with the you know in the bottle. So that would be your loud to start to. Oh god. I know. I went for like junk food. Okay. My starter. Who what would my starter? Be maybe escargot skulking likes me, my mom used to go for escargot since I was like a little kid and the way she think how you introduce food to kids really important, and she made it sound like this release special thing that was very adult, and I wasn't going to like, and somehow that did the trick became like my favorite food ever. Because I wanted to be the adult clubs and now I really love to protein, then honestly taste is like chewy garlic butter. But I know that there's things going on the need to know. Yeah. Now, I'm the desert you've had. Root beer wine. Okay. Well, desert all have some wine have a little what would be your wine of choice. Dessert I'm going to have some white wine. Yeah. If it was red have Pinot Noir, white, I think. Is it? To me. It's just like the lightest. Do you like whispering angel? I don't know what that is Rosa that they have in when it's hot out all over lay. My gosh. Yeah. The nine me that I'm going to know that whispering spring angel. Okay. Let me think desert. Yeah. I would have ice cream. I was going to say cheesecake cheese K. I used to be a a cheesecake pastry chef assistant back in the day. Even though I had teachers even though I had she's cake. Every Friday, I still amounts of it. I could really handle some good to have a flavor of cheese. I like good old-fashioned New York cheesecake, and I like the strawberries baked cheesecake, yes. The cake. Yeah. How about you? I do like h east Cape property. Remember when the cheesecake factory was really popular. I know it isn't. But we just was we were so excited because they had like fifty eight flavors of cheese candidate fame. So our cat throw blueberries and their score here. Cheesecake. Yeah. Desert that much much as I used to. I was a kid. There was like I would do anything you asked if you gave me one Eminem. But now, dude like cheese. Do you eat cheese? First before you meal as dessert, we I'm always with red wine Rome by that on the planes when they offer at she's. The weird dessert option to offer on flights because the mount of lactose intolerant. People who are just like saying whatever and eating that she's plate. They do not help the stinky situation. No come on. They should not sir cheese on. She. Bob, wind L. I love the way you say bed wind classiest. You say flatulence she. Yeah. Help yourself situation. Oh, good. I mean boiled potato so I'm glad that that's going to fly by night trying to to do very delicate Milady slice on not doing it. Mom says the I am do it like in the day you can cook to caffeine. It we call each serving up. Sorry. So how'd you think that you? Well, when you're in London. I don't have to be. I tried my first English breakfast. How was that fear? I'm not sure about the black pudding. What is that about? What I have to is. I didn't even want to try. It scared me. You know, what it is? No. What is explode? Oh, okay. Well, I made a good call. From tastic, but the sausage in the girl tomato, you can do Schavernoch grow tomatoes tonight. If you knew how many times I went to Rocco sub sandwich, you'd realize I'm girl about repetition. Okay. Fine. We still haven't to us about you being gay. Con honestly, that's kind of been like the gift of my career. I did not expect to have that come into my life. You realize it had come in July. We've we have been playing pied shows and things, and I'm definitely passionate about like any sport. I can give towards fighting the good fight blank. Love is love is love come on. And I've had friends since childhood who've gone through some pretty severe experiences that have enriched man off to like make it a bit of a calling of mine, but I don't think we understood how lucky we were landing in these festivals of if you've played a pride festival are heaven. You have orange or gone to cry vessel. There's absolutely nothing more joyful. The is music. It's just like to be able to be invited to that. Even if it's game changing it's life changing, it spiritual you'd kind of leave feeling like new person. So all I can say that. I don't really know how it landed in our life that way, but I'm very grateful. I remember my brother text me from J wind said you're on the karaoke box. You've made brilliant rubbings on that. That's it. You might this is the time of my life. I think those are the moments. Absolutely once was a jeopardy question. And I was released like this is it this is those my peak really with the jeopardy question. Fortunately, I think involved one of my ex-boyfriends being like who is the data of this. Yeah. Yeah. Kinda cutlets? Biddle bit of my flame. That's fine. This is really good. This is delicious, very creamed dishes. Do you want haven't gotten to the Benin joined the potato just moments really good this? This can make the car is really good. It's lunch, right. Honestly, it's like cheesecake Keith. That's a combined to my favorite foods. I'm so sick. Very long. Oh, it's so nice. Wow. He does. Hurt his like. Everyone feels really uncomfortable. Doing. I love putting it was my it was my craving when I was pregnant with my son. Really? Yeah. Adele, you should have given it as I told you can't say you don't like it until you've tried it. I have to say what did you say? It's made of again, pigs compare. And. Right up love it. So maybe tomorrow, I'll be brave one last stain by that and eat some breakfast sort of morning tomorrow here in London. So maybe I will try first of it. And what you gonna actual more in Europe, New York next. Boyfriend. He's an, but he's going to be meeting in New York couth, we get to show a city up there. Just kind of well, I can really hit Cindy Lauper kind of kind of influences on especially when election. But like is it I I love. Yeah. Do. I don't know. I think if I had written girls just wanna have fun today. I put it out without changing like any production. I think when you can say that about a song lived as long as it has. There's really something to it. I get to actually sing that song at the with an orchestra hurt some sort of thing. I'm wearing like the whole like garb and everything that I'm going to go full on like two and craziness. Why not oh my God. Enough. But I feel like I really liked us basically kind of goals in modern girls wanna have fun. I think sweet why was Tom Hanks in the video. I'm a fan of absurdity like absurd sort of twists and things. So I had an idea that I was going to ask Bill Murray to the star of it attack there, and everyone, you know, when you have a while the like. And it was like just you wait. And they're like he doesn't have a phone number. Even he has like a hotline because I've got a hold of hotline, and everyone was getting hyped now about the and they're like, okay, calm and give them your pitch. And we'll see what happens. We'll go in there. And I did and I called and I was expecting to leave a message on this hotline as you do but some have stars aligned and he was waiting for like a taxi to call him and he picked up, but I had not prepared for that. So instead, I go onto into say like Hello. And honestly, I had written out what I was gonna put in. But to actually talk to them in person, I had nothing planned and even to myself beforehand in my hotel room looking at his face being like, he's a human being like poops. It's okay. You can call him. It's fine. Sure. Enough as soon as it gets on the phone. I'm like he's a good who am I talking to? And he's like Hello. Hello. Who's this Mike? It's Carly Rae. Jepsen? Are you calling? I just called. I am a singer of pop music, and like the most awkward conversation of all time he listened to. But eventually, I got it. What I was trying to say, and he was so receptive. And sweet about it. And he called back and was like, listen like, let's get a hold of me on this day with this time. We'll talk to scoots I'm down. So we call them back with scoots involved now, and like had a kind of a bit of a conference call and he wanted us to send them the full treatment. And in the middle of all this school is losing his mind because he's like how did you pull this off like what's happening, and he was at dinner? He's friends with Tom Hicks telling Tom about it somehow between wine Tom was like outdo. Okay. So I got the call around Christmas time, and we were like what do we do? But did you let Bill Murray down gently? No, I'm pretty sure he probably wasn't bothered one way or another. I think he's probably just being nice to me. Now, somehow we had found this new this new star. And there was something amazing about Tom Hanks who had never really been in any music videos before such Rena. Yeah, I spent the whole family. This is a weird thing. He seems enough man we have this program called desert island discs, and he took about his childhood. She was really quite complicated. Really? I think his Dodd his mother kind of deserted him think he lived with his done. And then his dad got married. A couple of times. I think he was left kind of disoriented not feeding on could so married. Very very young before he remarried his Tarita Tarija who's the nicest on the Greek. Video of start abrasion Greek keys, so think they're just like the loveliest couple. And like, I kind of I don't know an example of how to do it in Hollywood. If you're going to know. No, I really appreciate you coming on taking chance doing this having occasion. You came new probably not you're probably knackered Eisley. You guys have reenergized me. Good. You're going to read. I don't haven't. I appreciate him. I really appreciate you having me here. And it was so cool to see we've got my shit. Oh, no. She told. A nearly accidentally gave you the plenty baby's chances sit-in for second. 'cause I go and this wet once every but no thank you for doing really so much like good luck with the new record. Thank you who gone. Yeah. It's kind of like all things. Yeah. You touring with it during the Nance like what like the start of it. But we have other places we wanna go not not yet, but we eventually festivals. And we're doing lots of our first vessel is in Barcelona. Yeah. Fool now festival ever. I heard that makes in the lineups. Insane amazing. I can't I feel like everyone's gonna have such fun watching your show and listening to new record. Good luck with we see the Cyndi Lauper form. Yeah. Whereas like don't taped. It's it's like charter. Yeah. And it's music education. But. Front recruited. Either. They said it's a legally. Soundcheck share just for me to tell myself. Yeah. Have you met her before? Yes. I got to inaugurate her into the songwriters hall of fame says amazing me, I'm was it. Amazing to meet your idol. I actually had met her weirdly in passing at a festival both played in Sokha. Okay. Before any of this. And we'd have like a cool enough interaction where I felt like not embarrassed to ask if I could be the presenter for. Yeah. I really loved her. I felt like she she kind of is a little bit of intestinal human or you're like, but that's what you want from. Cindy is she I don't exactly miss you. She's hearing I will say that in a Sokha. This was like famously known as the hottest festival in all of Japan. People pass out all the time. There's a lot going on to keep it safe. This is my this is my Cindy Lauper experience. She walks out into the stage. It's so hot that. I'm looking for my most naked outfit to wear to survive, which I don't normally do. But I'm like I'll wear a bra our whatever comes out, and she's like in like a full leather tights everything. And I'm like you're going to die. You're going to die onstage. She does the first two songs, and you can see it's getting to her. But this is roxetta. She is she slowly takes her jacket. We goes down tights. Call somebody over who brings towel soaks it in cold water. So she standing on that then she calls somebody else over. She's talking the talk back make may come in hold a sun umbrella over so now, she's bare feet taking off the steady on the coal towers has got an umbrella, and she's still just like rocking. And then she gets to wanna have fun. And she says it's still not enough because she sits out at some point out an oxygen take. And I'm not kidding. It was this rock and roll. And that woman got help me if she was not huffing girls just wanna and I was like everybody about out as amazing if I'm doing that at any point in my life. I will be so proud of myself, but she's not to and. Honestly, I wanted to take that I almost died, and I was like awesome. Amazing. And this was all done through pack. The. Oh. The of survival where people also just accommodating to be like, you must be dying over here myself. We recite stage my bad am. I just being like this is this is amazing. I love her so much, but she handed up in such a way that the whole crowd loved in was with her and like sewer, we just like the coolest thing to see how man oh God we could have for hours. And I'm so glad that you want to. And I'm so glad that we got to meet you and talk to you. Good luck. Yeah. All you nervous as you make something don't wanna care if people like it or not. Yeah. Of course, they will. Cheers. Thank you so much for coming on. Hey. Sorry glad that you didn't say that. When move saying goodbye, the I really really hope that you'll only. I thought you were going to do something else. She was brilliant. She was so Schimdt bloody remember me. But I still think she just she was really lovely really warm, and but she'll proper Steinar mom. All right. Give me a printing. 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Shahs of Sunset: The Persian Hangover

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32:14 min | 1 year ago

Shahs of Sunset: The Persian Hangover

"China fun over place. Tae-hi hello you're listening to the day. Entertainment podcast I'm your host Ashley. Hoover Baker thanks for tuning in to the Shahs of sunset. Recap breakdown where I spill all the T- on the episode and give my hot take on the happenings. This episode is called the Persian hangover which I love the name it takes place in Vegas nowhere near as messy as the hangover. But it's okay. I smell with their stepping in both four. We get into the episode. We need to talk about the new. Shahs of sunset schedule. I'm kind of broken because well it's cool this week. We got our episode. Sunday night is always but Shahs of sunset is moving to Friday nights. And I know it's a different time and television and TV isn't like it used to be but back in the day. Getting a Friday slot was basically you on your way out. I really hope that's not. The case was Shahs of sunset. I think the season of Shahs of sunset is unbelievable but there are a lot of people on social. That are just complaining about this show and I just don't understand what the problem is. I have no idea why the show is getting moved. Except for the fact that Bravo's new show family Karma is about to begin. And that's what's moving into Shahs of sunset space so I'm not quite sure why Shah's got the bomb but I'm really confused and I would like some answers in case you're wondering what that means for this bonus episode. You're still going to get it but I was thinking about it. I was planning on. Doing Family Karma recaps anyway. So we're GONNA stick on schedule. We'll all watch our shahs of sunset on Friday nights coming up then after the Family Karma episode on Sunday night I will do a recap of both shows in half that out for you either Sunday night or Monday morning so I hope that works for you because it's kind of like I hate the term killing two birds with one stone so I like to say we're going to catch to butterflies with one net and let them go so they can be free back to the Persian hangover. We start with Raza and Adam at home organizing a shoe closet. Adam just looked so annoyed by Raza. This marriage is getting more and more painful to watch by the minute. Rosa is getting ready for his trip to Vegas because he is launching his line. Raza the obsessed the hairline that is going to be carried. Sally's beauty supply. He reminds us that his and Adams entire life savings was invested. It was a pretty penny five hundred thousand dollars and resume said that resume. Obsessed is not generating the income that they need. Meanwhile he is searching through a mountain of Gucci Slides. I mean honestly it's La La Kent's dream looking for a pair of batons but that business is just not supporting their lifestyle so his lifestyle is clearly different than mine. And that's exactly what I love about these shows we cut over to. Mj's house she. And Tommy are all kinds of babied out is a gorgeous little boy so sweet tell me is probably one of the more loud and obnoxious annoying characters ever on Bravo. Like I can't with Tommy. I can't hunt but rita. Mta's mom we all know and it's very hard to love. Vitas seeing how she treats her daughter. This is shocking for me to say but she was so damned cute when she was talking about Baby Shams. She said this has to be on the cover of people magazine. Most cute baby and I died. Vida I am here for you as grandma adorable. Tommy at this point is getting louder and louder veto asked if the baby would speak Farsi. And at this point when Vitas actually being nice and kind and generous you just kinda go with the flow. But Tommy had to go and say no. He's GONNA learn Spanish first before you ever learn Farsi and I was just like Tommy. Get Your Shit together. I mean even though it would probably make more sense for the child to learn Spanish. There's nothing wrong with him. Learning Farsi especially in the family. That he's in come on. Mj says that she and Tommy are naturals at parenting which was funny. Because Tommy just always seems to be yelling and I can't imagine the tone of his voice being at all soothing for baby. The baby's is going to be used to like having a man yelling around her and I don't really know if that's normal or healthy and then vida in true. Persian mom form asked if the baby who mind you is like days? Maybe weeks old at this point. We'll be working in a Persian law firm. Why wow because? That's what's really important when the baby is fresh out of the MOMMIES BELLY DA. Vida we see in her mom Fawzi. They are Jiji's house. Fati is cutting pineapple and apparently that's very good four. What Gee gees going through with trying to get pregnant? Gee-gee made a comment about her knowing some different sexual stuff. That pardon apple is good for and if you don't know what it is. I'm not going to be the one who tells you. You can Google that shed G G. Oh my gosh. She served US another fierce AF. Confessional look I don't know if I talked about her confessional look last week. It was like funeral. Chic and I was so here for it. I would say we got another variation of funeral chic tonight. Tonight's look was a black lace tap a dark dark lab. She had slicked back hair. In my favorite was the pussy bow. It looked fierce. Her style right now is just everything so I'd like to give it up to. Ged's confessional looks for the last two weeks. It's embryo transfer day for G G. She reminds us that she's been going through this process since two thousand eighteen and she also enlightens us about her black and blue asked cheeks. Apparently when you have to give yourself that many injections and the but it really hardens your skin and gives you a lot of bruising. So that sucks. We see Mike Enroute to Nemo's house. He's got a new bachelor pad he gets there and the first thing he does Mike such a piece of work I am just so not here for him. He starts off. He gets to Nemo's House and he starts dog shaming Nima because NEMA has a Mutt. Couldn't resist saying something about his dodd whereas his dogs are full bred. I'm going to give a shoutout to NEMA. Nema is not taking Mike Shit. Not only did he clap back. He said Yeah. But you have Frenchies in your dogs are assholes and I love French bulldogs. But it was a funny joke and Mike needed to be told that might just needs to get off his high horse. Who Does the man think he is? And Mike was making fun of Nema for having a Mutt. Whereas Mike's dogs are inbred so there and while we're on the topic of French bulldogs again. I think they're adorable. Sweet little creatures. But they're kinda cruel to bree because they don't have birth naturally they are forced to have c sections. And that's not natural if it's an emergency and you need to have a C. section. You do what you need to do but breeding dogs that are going to have to go through. That is fucked up so mike take a seat. We see humas new modern condo and it is fantastic. I love the aesthetic. He refers to it as the Persian Bat cave. And I stand by Nemo's assessment. We go back to my who has been in the Condo for about three seconds now and again has shamed Nima by explaining to his dog that who look. This is micro fiber referring to Nina's furniture. Mike Ghetto Life Neva explains to Mike that one of his dogs had broken his back a few years ago and gets massage treatments. We see the massage therapist. Come in. He starts massaging Nemo's dog and I realize I'm must be a dog MRIs because that's exactly what I did to my dog and my dog's never had a broken back. It's called giving your dog or rob but okay. If you want to pay somebody to do that it's all good. Mike is just go in hard. Going hard on Nima. Apparently the reason that Nima moved into this new condo is because he gave his old one to Erica. His ex girlfriend that we saw again last week who was not having Nemo or honoring any of his thoughts about rekindling their relationship. She put that shit out fast. Well Mike asked Nima how he thinks. It's okay to lead on this poor girl. I don't think Erica deserves to be called this poor girl. But that's just me how demeaning Mike this poor girl. She can take care of herself. She's not you so then my calls Erica a little off because she waited seven months for Nema to be ready to date her and again in a beautiful beautiful way. Nima clapped right back at Mike saying that. Paulina must be wacky to date. Somebody like him. Somebody who's cheated on his wife and he even said that Mike was not ready to be a Stepdad to her two kids and Nima was right. We see a back and forth between these two until Mike finally leaves. It was one of those weird things where it was like. Oh where these guys just talking shed and a lot of guys. I hope I'm not sounding sexist. When I say that Lake my female friends would never talk to each other that way whereas like all the is. I'm friends with talk to each other that way all the time. I don't know if it's going to be just talked up to a whole. This is just our relationship. We Talk Shit whatever but they weren't just joking with each other. That stuff came from a really deep rooted place so there is some major tension between Mike and Nima so. I'm anxious to see where that heads we see. Sarah she is in a confessional talking about destiny explaining destiny as a lot. She finds her very overwhelming which I can totally tell. I'm very destiny. I'm a very outgoing. Outspoken outs outspoken. I sound link Larosa from Ninety Day. Freon say I'm very outspoken. And it's funny that I was talking about. Tommy being loud because I'm loud but and I know a lot of Sarah's and Sarah's a little overwhelmed by it but I think she is a really good attitude at this point she's like. I'm willing to get to know her better. They're going to Vegas. So Sarah is giving destiny the benefit of the doubt four Raza so they can be supportive to Russia on his journey getting his product out to Sally Beauty. We get to Vegas and shame on me for not knowing about this event because Raza was just out of Sally's beauty. I could have gone and bought some hair stuff and I didn't so tests tests. Actually this test they are staying at the Waldorf Astoria. We see Adam and Raza arrive at the pool. Their meeting with the funches who is a couple that helps get products out too big corporations and they're planning the Sally's beauty launch the advice given to Russia. He was like. Hey How do I behave? Should I shake hands kiss? Babies do all that kind of stuff and they were completely agreeing with him. Saying it's your job to be a politician and then we see Raza again and he is in a very vulnerable place right now because he's already mentioning what would happen. If Russia the obsessed doesn't work he said he would go back to slinging real estate and we got a really delicious flashback of Raza sharing an office with MJ. While they were both doing real estate good times we cut to G G at her house with her mom again. She's a nervous wreck. She smokes some weed and mom has a fit because suck and be able to do that much longer. Did you just enjoying her last few days of marijuana so let her do her thing. People we see destiny and Sarah Get to Vegas and destiny explains that she used to live in Vegas and that she used to be a thought she explains story which sadly I can relate to. She's sitting at a bar and somebody approached her thinking she was a hooker. I will never forget the time that that happened to me. I was sitting at a bar with one of my girlfriends and somebody tried to pick us up. Just let you know neither my friend nor I ever wore those outfits again. And that's my tedtalk for the day. Oh and Sarah was not having that conversation. She's like. Why would you tell anybody that somebody mistook you for Hooker? And that makes me really reflect on why I just told you that I was also mistaken for a Hooker. Now my finest moment we see. Mj In Tommy they're just going back and forth. Mj's telling Tommy. She loves him. Tommy's yelling back at her. I love you too in his Tommy. Gross Way I'm Jay talking about how she is upset that her friends didn't come to the hospital and that they didn't keep touch with their during this tough time. Mj claim that Raza all he did was send a text that said prayers for speedy recovery and she made it sound like it was totally cold. Thanks for the editors they cut to the actual text message. We actually see the receipt of what resume wrote and he wrote a really nice message reaching out saying I want to be there for you. Let me know what I can do and Mj just didn't want to hear it. Mj Just put all that to the side and held onto that one closing sentence so she's not being totally honest. We see Tommy and getting more loud more obnoxious. Mj Says Adam has a sexually deviant sense of humor. And then the editors of course do a wonderful series of flashbacks where we see the cast confronting Adam about the way he talks about sex and even including a clip from the reunion last year where Mike called atom out for having a nickname for is but and Mj said that she thought Raza and Adam had invited other people into their marriage and Adam how to stone cold face after that resited the look down. So that means they have threesomes pretty much. Tommy just couldn't stop. This was actually kind of funny but not at the same time. He's screaming gay just Polish guys off at the gym they probably have carpal tunnel syndrome. So obnoxious pretty funny but so obnoxious. We cut to resin atoms presidential suite at the hotel destiny in Sarah. Go to visit the guys in the presidential suite before they head down to twist which is the peer. Gonyea restaurant in the hotel. Just to let you guys know. It is one of my dream restaurants. It was one of my dream restaurants before I saw this episode and then once I saw the food I was dead. Dead dead need need need to go. There rose asks Sarah if he should change the reservation from four people to five because her brother lives there. So we're going to meet SAM and that's when the episode gets really good. We see in the car riding with her mom to the doctor's office apparently. Gee gees mom must be the worst driver. Ever gee-gee is having a panic attack the entire way. Her mom starts putting on makeup freaks. The fuck out because she's in the Cau- like Oh my God. Are you just not paying attention to anybody else on the road? And when she asked her mom about like what the Hell. Are you doing putting makeup on her? Mom responded with. Oh it's an exciting time. Which is the most mom shit of ever heard in my life? Digi was having so much anxiety in the car that resulted in me having so much anxiety sitting at my house and I don't need that in my life. I don't need any more of those car. Scenes we see resin and Adam in route to the Sally's beauty supply store where Raza's having his event and we see a little bit into the psyche of the alley drama in this moment and it's weird. Prepare yourself this shit is weird. We go back into a flashback. And Adam is very upset with reservoir investing all that money without letting them know understandable. I would be pissed if my husband invested half a million dollars in a project without talking to me. I moving on at this point. Raza has justified the alley drama with Adam because Adam was upset over the whole investment Don't under I mean I understand what's happening but that just doesn't sound reasonable at all. So Adams upset rose acknowledges that Adam's upset he's allowed to be upset but then Kinda gives them the excuse that he was upset so he started playing naked. Jenin got and having this weird friendship with this stranger. No no no no no no we see Razz et Sally's beauty supply store with customers. He was so cute. The customers loved him. He was giving hugs. He was really giving some great high-quality Herod Vice. The man is a salesman like talk about selling ice to an ESKIMO. This man just absolutely nailed it. He started untangling strangers hair in the store and he said it was like brushing the Yeti. I don't know what that means but I laughed. Everybody else laughed. So resume is right on point with that sense of humor miss. That joke but doesn't mean it wasn't funny we destiny in gee-gee arrive and it is announced that. Raza hit one hundred twenty percent of the sales plan. Which MAKES EVERYBODY WANNA celebrate? We go back to California. We see NJ Tommy and Vida was being totally crazy and it just made me just absolutely love the crazy. Mom's on this episode between Vida being so wacky with MJ and foty being so extra with G. G. absolutely here for it. I am here for so many of the MOMS on Bravo like I really believe that there should be like a real house. Moms of Bravo series where we follow Dale and Mama. Joyce I'd be all over one of those shows love to see Vida in foty on their also amazing television that would be Bravo. Feel free to consult me about developing that show. We see her mom back in the car. After the appointment is having a nervous she gets home. She lays upside down on her couch. Just like phoebe. Buffet did when she got pregnant when she had her brother's baby. That's a friend's reference. If you don't get it lake who are you and it was really cute because Dad Matt up with them and G. G was snuggling on her dad saying that she wasn't going to be the baby anymore and it was just a really cute moment before her parents. Oh my God. This was gold. Her parents are like Oh you need to stay Happy Watch a bunch of Mel Brooks movies and Gee gees like why would I watch Mel Brooks movies? Like how old do you think I am? And I know Mel Brooks makes classic movies but that Shit could not be any less funny to me. Sorry I just don't think any of his movies are funny. We go back to Vegas. This is the most relatable af seen on the episode. We see destiny eating French fries out of A. Bobby's Burger bag. They on their way to hide tea. Which I love eating fries. I love high tea but more than anything. We see destiny on the phone trying to make plans with somebody and they were going to talk about like when they were going to meet. So she's like trying to figure out the elapsed time she was using her fingers. She's still got the answer wrong. I am destiny apparently destiny and I are the same person we go back to. La and see. Mike and Paulina in the car. Mike is just one hundred percent. Trashing me mom. He says that Nima is deflecting and needs to get help because he's got demons that he's fighting and everything that Mike just said about. Nima is exactly what Mike is Doing. Mike is just like you said Neiman's deflecting. That's what Mike is Doing. Mike is just putting all of his insecurities over on Nima Arond. I'm calling them out. Mike. You're disaster. Get it together and leave. Neiman's name out of your mouth okay. Nima goes on a blind date and even if his date was blind they would still see those choppers. I have to say though I love when people make fun of themselves and Nima. These teeth have been so distracting this season. His teeth really become famous in their own right. He's on the phone with his friend a net and he brings up his teeth which I absolutely love when that happens. He asks a net if his teeth might be overwhelming to a blind date and his friend said quote. Your teeth are intimidating and quotes Annette. Spoke for all of us. We Sima at a really Nice Outdoor. Very quiet venue. And Oh my gosh. This was so unbelievably Dushi. I've been on Neiman's side the entire episode. But this scene was just so cringe-worthy we see his blind date. Amy Who's one hundred percent lovely? She arrives just after Nima stole her Straw. So check it out. Nima orders a glass of penal law. Which for those of you. Who are not into wine is a red wine. Waitered come by with his Pinot Noir and a glass of water that apparently hid ordered for his date. The water came with a Straw. He tells the waiter just to let you know. I'm going to steal the straw. Amy Gets there. He tells her that he stole her Straw. Oh the worst part to you know what he did with the Straw. I can't believe these words are coming out of my mouth. This is this is tough. He put said Straw in his Pinot. Noir the man was drinking Pino no wall with a straw. And now that I'm saying it out loud. I'm guessing it so he wouldn't stain his teeth. My God I can't believe it took me that long to process that but that house to be what it is who drinks red out of a straw except for somebody who just got blinding white veneers and I just had this very important conversation with my sister. We were talking about what was so distracting about. Nima teeth was it the fact that there are so white or the fact that they're like way to square and way too perfect and we both said that the more distracting aspect was the blinding whiteness of them. I think he should actually drink a whole lot of Pino Noah sons Straw to get those teeth a little bit more normal looking. But what do I know? Amy had a great question. She wanted to know if the straw was paper or plastic. I think that's a very valid question. Do you remember back in the days when people would ask you paper or plastic if you were checking out at his store referring to card or cash yet now. Paper aplastic refers to straws. Welcome to twenty twenty. We're still watching this state. It's more and more awkward by the second as we see Nima sipping his Pinot noir through a he didn't stop talking. Amy Keeps drinking. She wasn't having it. They get the bill. Amy Offers to cover half of the bill. Nemo's telling her that he thought it was a great blind date. He seems really optimistic. He wants to keep the date going and asks what's next and she's like. Oh well I've already called an Uber. I don't know about you and you could see the look on his face. Like Oh link he really thought it was a good blind date and she was in hell. She didn't like the whole Straw thing and I can't blame her for that. We had back to Vegas. We meet Sarah's brothers. Sam Who has the most ridiculous bleach blond hair like? He looks like that. Guy Lake on ninety fiance from the most recent season who looked like a discount version of tech from the real world from back in the day. This is a public service announcement. Don't do it like the Bleach Blonde. Hair is just not working on so many guys and it's not healthy for your hair so really think about that. You might need to get rid of the obsessed to repair your hair as well which might actually be helpful for Russia and Adam Anyway. Because apparently they can't afford their lifestyle in the current position that they're in so maybe everybody should bleach their hair and then go buy Russell the obsessed we see the gang at twist and destiny was so obnoxious with her drink order. She ordered whatever the core and then asked for fresh muddled limes and fresh watermelon in her drink like if that was on the menu. Cool but who just goes around ordering that like randomly like European in the house and I really feel like Jack's from Vander pump rules like I don't WanNa make that like I used to bartend tonight. Heated muddling shit to but if something on the menu you fucking make it and if a customer asks for something you make it but hers. Just seemed so obnoxious. She gets her drink and then as which. It annoyed me even more. She questioned the waiter. Is it fresh watermelon? And I was done with destiny at this point. Dun Dun Dun. Gang is talking. They asked Sam if he's ever dated a Persian woman. He says. No the sexual tension between destiny in Sam is building by the second we cut to a confessional of destiny and she explains that she likes the shoulder. Area of a man like where it connects to their neck and the beautiful editors at Bravo gave us a nice definition of trump and the definition was the part on a man that destiny enjoys so love that we go to top golf. We see the gang hanging out. Rosa IS SUPER SUPER. Invested in giving destiny laid by. Sam Sam is like standing behind destiny. Kinda grinding up on her while he's like quote unquote showing her how to golf and resin comes out with a great line. He says she didn't get the ball in but she'll be having a baby nine months and that's the exact comedy. I need for my Bravo shows like Raza the delivers we see Sarah having a talk with her brothers. Sam She is straight tells them don't fuck destiny and the next thing we see is destiny and Sam. Dry humping on a couch in another area of top golf as destiny is writing Sam's Baloney Pony. We see a really uncomfortable. Gross tongue kiss and the gang lemes and they go into the room together. We know how that story ends. Hey I'm not slut shaming I'm not saying even immerse slut. I'm saying that if you want to get it fucking get it as long as that should consensual. I really don't give a crap put seriously the? Pda in public is so gross. Right before the episode ends we see a package of reser. Mj clips both living. Their own. Damn lives now. Rosa explains that he misses. Mj AND MJ is holding. Shams looks at him and says that nothing else matters in her baby at this point so it's obvious that resume and MJ during completely different places as far as where they want their relationship to go. So we're going to see that. Play out more in the season and we saw a preview. It wasn't a preview for the next episode. It was the preview that dropped last week. It was considered the quote season preview. And I'm just upset that it's already midseason like this was episode four. Do we only get eight episodes? This season very very upsetting. Thank you so much for listening to the on this day entertainment podcast. This is a bonus episode these coupon going. Even though Shaw's is moving to Friday night I will still be doing recaps on Sunday night or Monday mornings breaking down Shahs of sunset. But I'm also going to throw in the new show family Karma into the mix here for both of these shows. Hope you are enjoying it as much as I am until next time you are too cool to be forgotten later skater.

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3D Printing Today

35:02 min | 1 year ago

321_3DPrinting_Today

"Three D. PRINTING. Today's show number three twenty one thing you verse collections. Pet G the good and the not so good and innovative multi nozzle design looking back to Three D. printing today the podcast about all aspects of Three D. Printing Hobby professional industrial doesn't matter we covered all my name's Andy Cohen. I'm here Mr Whitney doing. I'm doing pretty good so listen I just saw this interesting thing on. Three D. printing industry. I talked to you about it. Because you're the guy that's played with paste extruders earn stuff like that? This looks like there's a there's a kit that's about to hit the market that they talk about in this article made by a company. It looks like it's somewhere in Europe. Germany I think Germany where they they have a ahead that you can attach to any three D. Printer that will That will extra that will pull things through a vacuum tube and force it down into easily replaceable. Plastic extruder nozzles it. It looks like something that wouldn't be that hard to actually use and implement yourself that you think about well actually the first generation of this is the this is the stone flower three D. S. Extruder that we're talking about the first generation of it was actually I don't know if it was fully described as open source. But they had plans of it that you could actually build your own was built out of Small plumbing parts what I like about this Is Unlike others that I've seen it. You can have the material in a separate container flow to the the extrusion feeder to the extruder. Oh the ones I've seen in the past usually these big plungers yet. It filled up. And you're flying all of your material around the printer yet now. The thing to remember is that the The reservoir that feeds the material has to be pressurized Dork. So so the this These extruders have a little screwdriver in them that that forces the the material through the nozzle but they're actually relying on pressurized reservoir to deliver the material to the extruder this has proven to be the best combinations of the best design overall for extracting most paced stuff because you the ability to start and stop and the ability to retract. Which you can do that with you. Know there's a we've we've gone over before on the show but there's a bunch of different ways to extract pastes. One of the easiest ones is the is a syringe extruder. But the problem. Is You know with a syringe. You're pushing down the SYRINGE building up pressure and then driving the material out and then to retract riding back up on that cylinder and there's a lot of material in there that you're moving while you're doing that so it's not as responsive as you know we're used to with retraction on like an F. Damn extruder you'll have to really slow right. You have to go really slow and you end up with a lot of A lot of overshoot and a lot of you know material squirting out places. You don't want it because you're not able to control it that well whereas when you have a very small volume of material in this this Augur Screw Auger drive system You're able to You know pressure it drive it out the nozzle and retract it with much much more nimbly than than you. Can you know with with a large volume of material while so what I like about it? That it's nice and decoupled from any system that you might bolted onto sure in which makes it much much more amenable to someone who just wants to experiment with it a sculptor. Who May want to say? Hey I want a head start. Start from this basic design in after it's put out all the spray it with water and manually change. It sounds like it's got some really good potential I would sure love to play with it. Yeah it's Cool. And and the thing is you've got You know a NEMA seventeen which is probably the same thing that your printer was running anyway. So you could disconnect the the Nima Seventeen for your F- damn extruder and somehow adapt this to attach to Rhino. Whatever movement system. You're using I would say using old printer because you know paste It gets pretty messy. Yeah I I would go with a mental style so it's open kind of an open design. It's not all over the place. Yeah but it. But it's it's it's nice that their newest version of it. You can see a lot of evolution has gone through and I'll be curious to see You know not only how well it works. How well it lasts because when you're You know excluding clay clay abrasive Who that's right so you know you're depending on the type of clay body or extracting different particle sizes and stuff but over long-term Claes. Pretty abrasive material The nozzles that they're actually using vary depending on. How large a a diameter you want on. Sometimes they're they're using Like You know the small small diameter I would say plumbing fittings. But they're really more for like medical applications to being and stuff but they're plastic Obviously you know Easily replaceable. Yes own so. I don't think that's going to be that big of a problem. It's the internal stuff it's it's it's the Auger that is the expensive part. And and the the meshing between you know the the clearances between the author and the and the chamber that it has to fit in those have to be very very tight with polymers. We're finding that it's that nozzle the orifice itself and the sides of the office. Where all the where happens? I and that's what breaks down. I right so it's not gonna be that big of a deal on this kind of an extruder for that area. So maybe it'll be okay. We'll see well. Yeah the for the extruder. Actual tips are are are connected with what's called the lure lock which is what standard on hypodermic needles. Connect with so. And there's all these glue dispensing type tips that you can get industrially very very cheap. Get any diameter you want. Yeah so looks good up by one. Might think about it. I'll I'll have to have to see but but it looks good it. It's definitely they've they've refined their design a lot and I think we should look and see what the pay pal pay about. Pay Pal the the stuff from Patriots. If the money's piled up enough and maybe we can buy one from that from that shot in the meantime. What's coming up on our show this week Whitney show number three to one We start off talking about finger versus collections in them. We're GONNA take a look at PECI again. The good and the not so good about Peci and then we take a look at an innovative multilevel design. Let's do it so you've got this this collection. What's interesting to me? Is that finger verse then is Ravi Collection of collections is more like a big giant ocean of things yes but with no rhyme or reason to it right up that it's something that's hopefully printable right but if you if you go to the explore menu and say you want to explore collections it gives you sort of a feed in the same way that if you explore things it shows you the latest things that people have posted if you say explore collections. It shows you the latest collections. That people have updated yes which is interesting because it never seems to show my collection when like when I collect something Mike election never seems to come up on there now that maybe it's interesting. 'cause it's easy for me but will maybe you have to make it public or maybe yeah maybe it just as you come out to the author. Yeah think mine are mine are public but anyway it's interesting. You can sort of see kind of kind of a vibe of what the the thing verse community is doing right now so if you look at the light collections currently say we're recording in in Middle of November. And there's all of these Christmas collections. There's you know collections of all the you know Christmas ornaments and Christmas and gifts and somebody has a Christmas village. The A few weeks back. It was Halloween right. Yeah the other place. That collections of course appear as on the homepage. They have featured collections which are theoretically things that are being curated by their their community. Managers Unfortunately we no longer have and I would encourage anybody out there who wants to become an integral part of the three D. printing world. Although it will take a fair amount of work to do this there is no longer a best of the week collection. that. I can find anything I I can understand it. It's just that with the amount of stuff. That's that's uploaded every day. The community has grown so much that just sorting through it and the vast majority of it is is absolutely worthless but going through and actually you know picking out the wheat from the chaff and finding the really spectacular things and collecting. Every week is yeah I mean. That's that's approaching a fulltime job with the amount of volume. That's going through but anybody who's interested in doing that You know there is a guy. Tonic loser who did it for like? Oh Gosh months he did. He did a thing of the week or best of the week collection and it was a marvelous resource because you who go through and see you know pretty much. I mean he didn't always get everything but it was pretty much he got the you know the cream off off the top of of the verse and it would save literally hours of going through the full fire hose of of the feed and there was a listener. Who was doing our thing of the week as a collection yeah. I haven't seen that one for a while that you know we're we're giving you the thing numbers. Even that can be tedious and consuming. That's why we haven't done it because the podcast takes enough of our time writings and again. We're not doing it for money. We're doing it for fun and if it's something that we have to do that's not fun. We're not that motivated to do it. And that's why we just give you the thing number right on however you know if you're you're trying to organize and manage the things that you have. I mean the other option. Is You doing what I did years ago? And that was you see an object. You like you immediately. Download it and put it someplace and make a database of over the thing where you got it and how you how you printed it. I worked for about two or three years and I just kind of. Oh my gosh. I can't do this anymore. The the the disc filled up the multi multi gigabyte disc completely filled up with objects as they take a lot of room and eventually gave up and I do save the objects that I do download. I still do that but when I see something curious I just put some love on it. Sure going. Yeah yeah so but now the only thing we need we need more to make anything verse complete as to be able to collect collections. I'd be curious then. You can have a multiple level system where like I have collected collections of collection. I'm going to change the subject slightly. The in my opinion Wa- make thing verse more complete and remember. We're changing the subject. A little bug. There's she said and that's in that's in basically making it more financially secure or not dependent upon a company which is questionable in terms of how long GonNa be around. There's no advertising on aversa there is no business model which means the moment maker. Bot Alah strat assists. Says we're done. We could lose. What is probably the single most important? Three D Ring Three D. printing resource that there is and that's thing verse that's True. I would imagine whatever creditor ends up. Inheriting verses is going to aggressively monetize it and keep it going because no web savvy investor. Who looks at the kind of traffic that they're getting could possibly ignore that opportunity so it it could. Train changed drastically and become heavily monetize than have ad banners. All over it. Which would be you know. I mean kind of a passer but I'd rather have ad banners than not have a thing verse. I can't imagine why any company would would kill it given the amount of eyeballs. That's got the I think they'll just start monetize ING I. It'd be nice if you know someone like Kugler or or Amazon stepped in and made that aspect of it secure Because he really if it went away. I I'd be devastated. It would. It would hurt. It would hurt the community as that. We haven't even thought of. Yeah I mean there are certainly are other sites for. But it's it's the granddaddy of it. It's it's an order of magnitude larger than any of the others at least so. Let's keep our fingers crossed so the go-to filament. These days is no longer. Pla and if you're printing only in PLA on well that's Great Pele's of a great material for printing things that Are are not necessarily need to be durable like toys and desktop elements But you know we've learned over the years that P. L. A. While you may get a pair of perfect print and it may seem durable over time P la. Well it'll distort from a little bit too much heat. Although some peel as do get harder they do get more they get more brittle over time. All of them do And they do lose some of the brightness and their color so as far as attractiveness a lot of peel that I printed has not done well in natural. Uv light Whereas pet g seems to be holding its own as far as time and wear and tear petchey has a translucent colors whereas we've seen the P. L. A. Translucent colors kind of vanish are as I recall a translucent. Pele was a bit more challenging to print than Opaque Pele So there are still translucence in Peci as well as OPEC's in pitchy However we have some things to know about PECI that we we'd like to impart things from our experience with it. That differ from Almost all the other materials out there including a B. S. and P. C. and others TPU The first thing I would mention about PECI is that it is temperature. It's temperature ranges is is quite compared to other materials for example. Pla It'll it'll melt. It will fuse at above one ninety. Seen on the glass point is much less glass. Point is when it starts to lose its shape and it gets liquid very fast but by the time you're material goes through the melt zone out to the nozzle you needed temperature so that as it starting to go down in temperature. It's still hot enough to fuse. With the material that it's being laid upon so you've got up that temperature a little bit more now with p. l. a. you can go hotter than that minimum if you need to And it won't really ruin the material itself. You can go up to two thirty. I remember the the maker. Bot replicator to I came out. The default setting for peel was to thirty C and everybody was wondering why we were getting clogged so right almost ensuring all those things that happen that you print too hot was way too hot but the material itself even though things were not working well from the machine but the material itself seemed to be okay a little. Shinier than it would have been. Otherwise can't do that with Peci with PECI and I see this with teepee you as well as you get hotter and hotter it starts to go It's the word. It's not a cross link. Well no that's really. That's when it's really hot. But when it as you get hotter and hotter it starts to not just opaque change. Its color And if you look at really carefully with like a USB microscope what you're gonNA find our our tiny tiny bubbles and the amount of these tiny bubbles. The density of these bubbles depends upon. How hot you're going so if you're at the minimum for PECI which is approximately two thirty five. You should get for translucence. You should get nice. Translucent clear prince as you go hotter it'll start to discolor you see the discolor. Your attempts are too high. The material be okay. Just look as good. That's one thing to watch out for. There's another thing I it depends upon the quality of the Petchey but I have found with lower quality PECI for example some patchy that I purchase from filaments DOT CA. It'll print. And I can't figure out how our why it does it but every now and then it'll get an ugly smudge. I stare at the nozzle I try to figure it out. And every now and then you'll see a little bit or something. Sometimes there's a little odd discolored burn bit as if there was material in the nozzle looking washed out of and it somehow got pulled out and got into the and you get a little brown art in the war. More insidious is it tiny amounts of it kind of bunch up right by the tip of the nozzle and then it spits it out. When you don't want to get a little Blo blog the BLOB in there It's not deterministic because you can't predict it from happening. I know a friend of ours. Polisher nozzle this is with a polished. Naza you have to eat you clean your nozzle and it'll still happen. It's just something about the material in. It's usually the lower quality peggie higher-quality Peci such as certain formulations where they actually change the name like x t from Color Fab and I think they also they make engine in and Jen which is another special formulation. You're likely to not see some of these weird things because they work them out. But YOU'RE GONNA pay for that. Quality Filament Alice. About the last thing which you into two earlier and that's you can't you can't let the stuff cook right because if it cooks what happens well it. Peggy is interesting because at some point it ceases to be thermoplastic that say you can heat it up to a point where it cross links. So the the material goes through a substantial change it becomes if it's transparent to begin with it becomes entirely opaque. I've done this with with clear material. Have it turned an opaque gray and when it gets that point no amount of further heating will make it liquid again. It's very interesting Kind of kind of behavior and essentially if this is happening in your nozzle you're you're gonNA have a hell. If it happens on your object you add. So what did you get a nice rigid strong object but if it happens inside your nozzle right extruder in any way shape or form time to get on your Internet and go funds new parts because it's going to be hard to clean those out because you can you can keep heating it and it does not get liquid again and it's extremely rigid and very tough stuff very tough. You won't be able to chipper drill it out. Let's say goodbye to it. Yeah So that's something to keep keep in mind and think about if your printer is not reliable. You don't want to leave an unattended. Printing Pinch probably now the on the good side. There's a good side to this. It's not likely to ignite. It's not likely to burn the way. Pla and a BS DOES AB SNP LA act. Almost like their wax. They're fairly the hotter. The more liquid they get. Peggie doesn't do that. Pitchy and Pepper. Petchey will not inflame you cannot ignite pitchy so that's the good side But like all of the polymers. They're not good for you when that happens. You don't WanNa be in a closed room breathing that in that for you. You don't really WANNA breathe anything involving I now. Now as far as talking having the Petchey interface with other materials it. I I've never had good success getting PECI to bond to other materials. If you're going to do a multi material print and I have you have to have a mechanical interlacing of the materials and not depend on a fusion between the materials. And I've seen that already. So you know peci versus Paola or TPU. And I think you kind of need to do that anyway. If you're doing physical devices like those pliers be talked about on the show a little while ago. You've got to have a physical mechanical interface between the materials to get them the stick together. I figure if they if they stick together well enough that you can actually print one onto another one than than you're lucky and I wouldn't count on them actually fusing to each other and bonding PECI. You've gotta get a special glues. You can't just use testers. Plastic leak like account Epeli. Abs we can talk about what those orbit usually. They're the kind that the kind of cements for PVC where it really is caustic. Very powerful stuff. I've never had really reliable bonding. Even that stuff yeah super glue works okay. But it's not it's it's nowhere near like like a real fused weld sort of thing that you get with a solvent cement superglue Eight glue or what do you? How do you see at Crown? Thank you That stuff Basically it doesn't melt the materials that dozen welded materials together. It brings materials together in Specific gap in between them and then it creates a kind of a glasslike delays in between the two parts which can break. I'll sure yeah definitely so I wouldn't depend on Ca Glue for critical interfaces. And not a good idea. So I'd like to thank my Eric for this pointing to this one but I I I admit that a lot of other people when they saw this posted it on facebook and on our group. I think I was the first one on our Google group that posted a really interesting article on the first ones from Boyne Boyne Dot net which points to the original article from nature Both of these. Url'S OUR IN. Our credits are reference credits. Unfortunately the nature article seems to be behind a paywall now and I. I read the whole thing earlier so I'm not sure where wet but I'm looking at Oracle. Yeah I was able to get in okay if you do the link. That's inside the boing boing article. I think election I'm looking at it but it's you know it's kind of detailed But both of these are the reason why we're talking about him. Obviously is because there's something important here this is this is something here. That's a three D. Printer. And I'd recommend just looking at the Boeing boing article. Because it's it's going to give you really cool videos. Yes yeah the only really cruel videos. This is a multi material methodology. That has I believe as incredible promise sure and I think that Dake this can be developed into a viable a viable methodology for multi materials. Three D printing EVA's comes to us from from researchers at Harvard and they call it multi material multi nozzle year D printing. Yeah so the nozzle even before you get the malls you gotta save right up front that the material itself is not the kind of material that you heat up is liquid to begin with so you can't like heated up and while it's melted spit it out because it's got to go through some pretty complex pathways and it'll solidify in this rather complex looking nozzle the nozzles themselves have anywhere from one to sixty four orifices. An inside the nozzle body. There's a channel for the liquid to flow through to the assigned nozzles that it goes to the nozzle patterns are function of the colors. You may want the patterns. You may want so this system. You're going to have a lot of different nozzle configuration and the nozzles themselves or Three D. printed yet on it looks like a like an SLA machine it looks like it. And so the liquid coast through these this array of nozzles creating kind of like a roster image almost so you can get very hi. Rez very interest. Intricate detailed three d color. Three d prints and color And it looks like you can get some pretty high detail in the material as well sure. Yeah the interesting thing. In the articles they talk about switching the Basically having one nozzle a single nozzle with four different materials feeding into these materials. They have are there in Syringe bodies that I think they're using air pressure rather than he'll screwdriver. Something that's the. That's the little robot centipede that they show in the video right. Yeah well well the the air pressure it is Is is is driving. The is driving the extrusions saying is they have an air air pressure with a with a sole annoyed that that puts air pressure to this little syringe and forces at out the out soon. So it's not extreme. It's it's kind of What's the term Pressure like liquid liquid pressures There's a turnover all hydraulics. Thank you. It's it's all working through hydraulics or pneumatics right. And then and then the question that we have and I I. I don't see the answer to it per se in the army might be in the nature article and that's how you hard in the material to get to the next layer. The I didn't get that I didn't get any information on that. I YOU SOAR. Dig into the article and you see the are using Silicone is most of the material. They're using although there was one thing that indicated there's a A rather spectacular thing they show in the video of High frequency switching so they basically have a nozzle that has That has two channels going into at one's black one's white And they're and they show how they can switch it like twenty hertz and get like basically a striped extrusion coming out of that switching at twenty times a second which is quite remarkable. But that's because they've chosen the VISCO elastic qualities of the materials. Just perfectly to allow this to happen. in the article that indicate that the black material is silicone in the white material is wax which the combination is is you know. Apparently there there Viscosity in various properties are perfect for for switching like that But I don't know about you know I mean wax certainly does have some applications in three D. printing predominantly Foundry casting lost wax casting stuff. But I'm not really sure about its viability for general purpose and printing. We do have to mention the go back to what I thought you were talking about. Odds though the little robot centipede salad. That's very cool. Yeah they have. One side is a rigid material. Right and the other side is a flexible material. And it's all encapsulated within the sealed area. So that you if you draw vacuum the foot moves one way. Push pressure back out. The foot moves the other way in a thing basically becomes a little robot bug. Yeah which is really cool. Very cool video. Yeah that's actually printed with with two different Two different drama tres of silicone. So you have a stiff silicone flexible silicone that formed the two different parts of that. It's pretty slick. It is as it's it's very slick and they in the article they show you all kinds of pictures and stuff of holiday printed. And how will they make it walk? Yeah and avert very NEAT. Very neat stuff And the notion of I really liked the idea of three D. printing using a three D. printed nozzle. That's very cool. I recommend checking out the original nature. Article IT F- Lady Slick it's it's what Like twenty pages or something but it's it's huge amounts of illustrations and stuff. So even if you even if you just look at the pictures and read the captions you can you can Understand a lot of what's going on there. Vox Elated soft matter via multi material multi nozzle three printing. All right. Yeah it's it's pretty slow. Yeah it's it's absolutely fascinated because it's the same sort of stuff that happens with With the diamond hot end. Where you've got three different films that are coming in. But you have the same problem of if you know as you're putting the you know the film and in if it can it will run. It would rather run up the other. Philemon channels than run out through the nozzle and they had the same problems here and talks about how they fixed it. They fixed it by choosing their materials very carefully and choosing the design of their little their little junctions. But anyway slick system very very `nother show written hard-drive waiting for encoding uploading and commitment on our fee to all of our very supportive listeners. Thank you all for your support on Patriot Dot Com. Thank you for your positive reviews on itunes. We do appreciate those. Thanks for listening. We do it for you. We do it for fun. We don't do it for money or advertising funds or pushing a business or anything. We don't even advertise ourselves. Let's see thing in the week. I found this thing of the week. After they made the changes to think of verse. That supposedly made it perform better which I don't really think it did. I'm not really getting that unfortunately It looked like what they did. Was they decimated the size of the video files like when you see a video file presenting the image of the object the thing now it kind of flashes with weird colors as if they took a lot of the bits at and this caught my attention because of the video. It's a it's called the spider bug robot or M. G. Nine Indy. It's a quad robot. Quadra prayed it's thing number. Four zero seven zero two three four and I I really gotta say this looks like a great project for somebody who wants to learn about robots. It's well-defined. It's well made a well designed series of parts The the the pieces that you'll need to put into it also well-defined and most importantly it looks like it'd be a lot of fun to get a crawling around the place. Looks like it'd be really really cool Let's see that by and comes to us from a cast seen a tour whose actual name is Karston. Glue from Germany cool. Well Hey thank you for that thing. 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You don't have to join or anything and you can post and put down all you want. It's okay I don't mind Let's see what's coming up on the show next week Whitney Next week show three twenty two Talk about things that people are gonNA say were wrong about All right go go on the case against open source about rolling and that was a long one so we're only two segments show. We're going to discuss zesty. Nimble Motor Mount that. We're going to be using the tool changer. So I guess that's it great. Thanks for listening do.

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Shahs of Sunsets Great Persian Bakeoff Family Karmas Family Secrets

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35:54 min | 1 year ago

Shahs of Sunsets Great Persian Bakeoff Family Karmas Family Secrets

"China funnel place anticipate say. Hello. I'm not over Baker in. You're listening to the on this day. Entertainment podcast a special bonus episode across over if I may. This is an episode where we're going to do our first breakdown of the Shahs of sunset and Bravo's newish show family Karma so shaw of sunset is on Friday nights. Now I've had a few days to digest the goods from the Great Persian Baikov. There was a lot of drama about destiny and Sam Hooking up. Sam Is in Sarah's brother the cast was in Vegas we met Sam and Destiny. Got Hers. That's all I'm going to say. We're going to revisit this subject very soon. Because it is what a lot of the episode revolved around. We see my. Oh I'm just disgusted by Mike. These days he is just become the nastiest person. Maybe he's always been so now st but I saw like a good side of him so at least there was some balance. I am just not seeing any redeeming qualities for Mike these days and I don't blame his parents for being apprehensive about him. Running a huge billion dollar company. The guy cannot be trusted with money. We hear about some of his dirty business. Ventures allegedly later in the episode more to come on. That is well. We cut to Saara. Who hates hates the fact that her brother boned destiny. And I think the only reason she's really upset with the fact that Sam hooked up with destiny will number one. It's clear she doesn't like destiny. I really feel that. She's tried given it. The old college try with destiny but destinies a big personality. That isn't for. Everybody and Sarah tried to make it work and I just don't see them being friends yes. They can be friendly within their circle. Hopefully eventually they'll get there but right now. Things are not good between these two women and it's all because of a bleach Blonde Justin timberlake haired WanNa be ninety s brother that lives in Vegas and also we learned about Sarah that she's very traditional and the Persian culture isn't about that hookup live. I think she's just disappointed in her brother for not taking the decisions. He's making more seriously. I love this show so much. We had some really nice cutting back and forth from the editing team and it cut between destiny chatting with her mom. They ended up going back to her hotel room. And we're talking and Sarah and Raza and we keep going back and forth hearing about the destiny Sam hookup between those two sets of people and that little segment ended with resin saying quote we came we saw your brother concord and I loved it Raza brings it. Brazil came in hot with the shade this week at the scene where they're at the high tea at used to be the Mandarin Oriental. Here in Vegas where I would go to high tea now it is the Waldorf Astoria will. They had high tea with destiny's mom who saw Sam's walk of shame and resume could not just let it go. He called that shit out making it so awkward. And residents confessional. He was like yeah. I'm just going to have fun with this. My friend is just going to get it from me. I'm just going to gonNA give her a hard time. It was playful and I'm here for it. He was a really really hard to watch a little bit of numerous back story. Just now so Nima and his new pearly whites took a Persian dance class. He said he's confident dancing. But just the whole Persian dancing thing just kind of skipped over him and the reason for that is the relationship he has with his dad. His Dad never really embraced being Persian. While Nema was a kid and Numa says that that's one of the reasons why they're not close these days after we see Nima Story About his dad which is interesting. Because we've been getting a lot of teases about a big fight. He's going to have with might make regarding the way he was raised. So until we get there we see destiny. Who joins NEIMAN'S DANCE CLASS? We cut between flashbacks of serving dancing and Nima currently in his dance class. And it's really really adorable. Nima really wants to be a good Persian dancer. He says that his friends are like the John Travolta's of dancing and it cut to Shervan destiny and they are just that I think one thing that is so beautiful about this show just a quick aside. I was in one of the Shahs of sunset facebook groups and somebody had mentioned that they had just seen Raza and destiny an atom out in about three town with gee-gee. I'm pretty sure was there too. And they were out and about just hanging out messing around Hollywood. Cast SWAT no cameras. These people are actually friends in hanging out. I don't think that would ever happen on pretty much. Any real housewife franchise. So I think that's what makes laws of sunset. So unique is that they are actually friends and spend time with each other off camera something. I'm so glad that happened on. Camera is the cat cafe. We've had a lot of cat content this season and I am loving it. We've seen the cat room at Raza and numerous house where they keep the cat. That's where you can go and have conversations where the cameras don't follow you shocking. But also it's the room that keeps the cats away when Sarah is visiting the home. Sarah is deathly afraid of cats. And I'm dying now if when gee-gee and Adam went to the cat cafe. Did you automatically think? About what a panic attack sorrow would have with all those animals. Oh my Gosh legit. Her Living Hell. We're going back to this never-ending saga between Sam and destiny hooking up and we're cutting between the cafe and the dance class cat cafe and the Dance Class G G and Adam are talking about what happened. Adam was explaining to G. G stayed in town and did that painting activity with her friend while the others were in Vegas and then we see destiny in Nima talking in the dance studio at this point. The dance teachers completely given up. It's so funny that's just like such a stage situation for this type of shell like though I don't necessarily feel these shows are scripted. They're definitely set up like they're putting these situations with certain people for instance when we were at the dance studio with Nima and destiny. That's when Nima got a phone call and it's just all so convenient. Destiny had a great quote about her hooking up and making her own decisions with her body. She said this is not a field trip. I don't need to fill out a permission slip and I was here for it but then Adam came out and Adam is not usually one to make me laugh out loud but what he said him g were talking and she was saying how destiny's always like I ride for my girls and G G calling her out like got smart writing for your girls and atom says that's just writing an are was all over that comment G. G. Spit out some real miss. I accused of the same thing but she said destiny. Twenty nineteen is not the destiny who she knew. Or maybe that's the destiny who she was all the time and she just didn't see it but she was alluding to the alley thing to the hooking up with. Sarah's brother thing. Gt is really not happy about that hookup. And it was really interesting to see a little bit about that more later in the episode while Nema and destiny are at the dance studio conveniently speaking of situated activities. Nema gets a text from Paulina. Also known as Mike's very creepy very desperate girlfriend. Nima was invited out by her like. Hey let's talk. Let's meet up for lunch. Nima Matt Up with her sat down listened to Paulina. Explain her side and where she's coming from and how she's upset about what happened with Nima and Mike and Nima said about Mike Not Being ready to be around her two children and questioning her mental wellbeing by letting him around her. She explained all that and I'm glad she said what she did because she's absolutely entitled to her feelings and she expressed them very normal healthy way. Shout out to Nima who sat down and listened and he didn't interrupt her. He didn't challenge anything. She said he heard her out once she was finished talking. He calmly responded. Saying you know I just want you to understand. The full story gave a little bit of back story on how they had gotten to that point. And eventually just say. I wish so badly that I could take back what I said about you. And he was honest and he meant it. She saw exactly what I saw in that he was being honest in his apology accepted it and he continued to say that unless he gets an honest apology from Mike in the way that he just apologized to her. He's not sure that they're going to be able to move. Forward is friends and she didn't really know what to say to that team. Nema NEMA handled himself really well and this is honestly Kinda where everything goes wrong. Even worse even worse. Oh my gosh well. We go from dancing class to cooking class. I just love these activities of these Shaw's Adam. I am disgusted with him. I mean I naked Jenga now this they were cooking doing like a competition style cooking activity and Adam tasted the food off of the stirring spoon and put it right back in the mixing bowl. I would like to call out of neely because behaviors like this is why corona virus is a thing this is the beginning of Russia's major shadiness like he had throwed shade earlier in the episode Destinies Hook up with Sam while destinies. Mom was present at high tea and now he's going in on Paulina and Mike. He said there's good news as far as the teams that they're having the cooking competition with his. Paulina GETS TO BE ON MY team. The bad news is that Mike is going to be with me. G- word so it comes time for them to name their teams meema shouts out the name companies. Steelers and Mike is in confessionals. He says how grosses that Nima is deflecting from his own behaviors. And that's when we get some more roses shade in the middle of everybody just talking and having a good time. He announced that destiny. Slept with SAM. Sarah's brother so everyone started joking about the destiny and Sam Hookup. At this point we see G G get so bugged. We remember the was talking about her own. Jichi earlier had a real moment at the cooking clause with a knife we got some knife play from G G and we really saw her crazy side. And I love that site of G G I relate to that side of gee-gee on Vander pump rules doc- calls it her dark passenger. I relate very deeply to that while we see have a real turn from having fun and then all of a sudden this kind of triggers. Her this talk of the hookup kind of triggers. Her and she doesn't feel good and she starts to worry about her baby. She's worried that something might be wrong. After getting her treatment she leaves. There's a montage of gee-gee leaving and my being the shitty human that he is says that it's hard to believe G- because she's one of those people that just cries wolf all the time and G G who's her friend who knows that she is trying to get pregnant where the rest of the group doesn't know messages to say that G G is okay and at that point. The Group start speculating that she might be pregnant. I love these people. They know their friends. So well that's when it gets awkward. Nima asks Mike if he knew that. Paulina was reaching out to him this point. Paulina is pissed. And she's like Nima no. She tries to shut that shutdown. But Nemo's just trying to figure out what the Hell is going on in clear the air and I still am with Nemo at this point so I'm anxious to hear where you are as far as who you think is in the right and who is in the wrong. Mike says that he didn't know about it. And that it was really shitty of Nema to go and meet up with Paulina behind his back. Nima says he didn't know it was behind his back. And then that's when my got into his super weird condescending. He says it's his big brother mode that he thinks of Nema like. I guess it was Paulina. Who said that? Mike thinks of NEMA as a little brother type and I just think Mike is condescending. And just so do she. He was saying. Oh my God so mean. He was saying how Meena's dad didn't teach him certain things and that it's my job to guide him in the correct way and Nima wasn't having it and neither were his teeth and I wasn't having it either especially after that montage earlier where we learn about the manatt being very close with his dad because of the way he was raised not embracing his Persian heritage. The camera cuts over to Raisa. Who is loving all of this low key but we no Ras loving the whole thing and make talks about wanting Nima to learn how to be a man and he's the one who can be the one to show them that way and that's when I realized that Mike is the Shahs of sunset equivalent to vander pump rules. Jax Taylor. That's all. I have to say so. Resume in all of his glory says to the group. Let's press pause on this fight and I just thought that was the funniest shit. Ever there was so much said in that line by Raza. He who started the fight is going to press pause on the fight and keep in mind. He didn't say let's stop this fight. He said let's pause it insinuating that he's GonNa Unpopular later. And of course he's going to be the one he does it raza making amazing television and maybe not being the greatest friend see. I feel some of his shade comes from a really fun place like I feel like he was just totally busting balls with destiny at high tea by calling her out in front of her mom. Like that would be one of those things that like I would do only because it's not totally damaging the mom talk shit and like it would be funny but it was really really giving it to us after that cooking class. So we're going to have to see what happens next week? In the preview it started out very light. I love when we have some WIG. Play costume play. I love a dress up seen a makeover. Anything of the sort. That is absolutely my life. We see destiny and G G acting like old women in wigs. Very hilarious very charming. But then we go to M J and Nima talking. Nima invites her to a Pool Party over at Sarah's house and that's when things get so a glee between her and Raza so we're GONNA see. I think the climax of that field in the next week or two family Karma. I am so excited. Family Karma was such a fun show. I cannot wait for more episodes. This show is everything I love about. Bravo family connections friend connections real life. As far as what seems to be heightened to me but real life to them just the money in excess the homes the cars so much that I love. And let's get started. We start off with a great montage. A nice overlook of the show. Two episodes called family secrets. And it's perfect to get to know each one of the families we start off with an. I am going to apologize now. I will get better with names I will. I promise but while I'm learning these names that I'm not familiar with. Please excuse my super basic white girl pronunciation of them a Nisha and her mom Cheetah. And I'm just here for them. They go in for confessional. Mom is wearing a cow print dress and Nisha like any daughter relatable AF calls her mom out for it. Mom is advocating for vegetarian life and I just think that she was reminding us that. Cows are sacred animals and as a plant based person. I'm going to have to agree with you. We learned that Nisha had moved home from New York and that her life is digress. Since then she's trying to save money. She wants to open up a clothing line. We see her mom there so much of this conversation like the overlying conversation between all of the different families. Family Karma as it. These parents the immigrants that were all put in these arranged marriages are all trying to get their kids. Married off like none of these kids are married. Early enough. Like parents are ready for this. Next stage of life cheech even brings up a Nisha getting grape hugues. And Wow. That's exactly what I didn't know I needed from family. Karma we see an amazing montage of what a week looks like for Nisha and we see a niche going about her life. She's quiet seems to keep to herself for the most part whereas her mom is loud and pushy and the constant marriage baby talk is just so overwhelming we see unleashes extended family her GRANDPA. Who LOVES HOOTERS. I am so here for it. He's been married for sixty years in an arranged marriage and again is just so worried about initia- not getting married and not having babies yet. He says that he's worried about her. Going into menopause. She's in her twenties at this point. Grandpa calls a producer over who? It's so funny I love when we see you inside of the reality show. He just totally called over The producer and she leaned over next to him he proceeded to ask her where she's from beautiful Indian woman. She was saying where exactly she was from. And he kind of gave her the smile and the approval and you could tell he was kind of flirting and I was Kinda here for it. We see Brian and his mom. Brian's mom is Dharma. She's very religious. Brian described himself. As twenty-seven pushing thirty Likud does that Likud considers themselves twenty-seven pushing thirty the. I'm thirty nine and I'm going to be forty next month and I'm not pushing shit. Well Brian just got a BMW. Thirty four I. I don't know what that means but it seemed to be a very big deal to him so I wrote that shit down. He and his mom are with A. I don't know the religious term I would say like a pass or something but a religious leader who proceeded to bless the car. Brian Dharma put flowers on the car as the ceremony took place there. Was this genie ish bottle type thing and the religious leader hordes some of the water in Brian's hand it. He went to drink it when in fact he was supposed to wash his hands so his mom was laughing at him. We saw another tradition. They put a live under his car. Tire run over. And that's supposed to bring luck. I love this aspect of these shows especially Shaw's and now family Karma. I love learning about all these different cultural norms that seems so wacky and bonkers to me but then when you put yourself in the perspective of the people that are on these shows their culture is so different than what we have. They have those weird moments like. Oh my God. White people are so strange all the time. So it's nice to have that world reversal we see VIS SHAW. Pavone and wow. He's a character. We meet his fiancee. Rich there is no wedding date. They have been engaged for two years. In a long distance relationship we see visuals. Parents they are just the whole family. Are All class clown types all giving each other a hard time roasting each other back and forth very fun relationship? The parents give v Shawl a sandwich kiss so they each to either side of them and plant a big a big one on each cheek at the same time. So Damn Cute. We go back to Brian. He thinks girls are going to date him because of his nice car. I mean seriously. What a twenty-seven pushing thirty year old thing to say that's when we meet Monica. Wow Wow wow wow. This girl is stunning and we see. Brian definitely has a thing for her. Might not be totally honest with himself. But it's like dude. They're like the cutest friends and she is so beautiful and so charming in the very first scene. We meet this woman. She is cooking and brings a spoonful of her food over to the cameraman and hand feeds him and says. Oh is this good? And he's like yes. Save me some and I was just like. Oh my God. What doesn't this woman do? I am of SASS. She is an it by day and an Indian dancer by night. She is super close with her dad. We learned that Monica's parents divorced and she ended up living with her dad after the divorce. And that's when we see some old footage of Brian and Monica going all the way back to their friendship from six grade and you could tell Brian his crush on her so hard. We meet another character. His name is Amr it and I don't know about you. My Gaidar went off hardcore immediately. He is a lawyer. He recently moved back in with his parents and then we met his partner. Nicholas and I was like. Wow when you've got it you've got it. My Gaidar is just as sharp as ever. We meet Amarat's mom and the producer asked her how she felt about him coming out as a gay man and though she started with the words saying that she was quote shattered which is always just so hard to hear we see that she has changed her opinion on how her son lives and they have a beautiful relationship and I'm very happy for them and I'm very happy that she was honest with the audience about where she started versus where she is now. Because I think that's going to be very relatable to people and something that people need to hear because we all have our journeys and it's not easy so that might find that might bring some comfort to some we learned that Amarante and visual are extremely close. Friends like brothers since they were children when Amer came out of his shawl. He's all asked if he was gay to an Emirates. Said maybe and it. I was like okay. That's weird is like this. Like a weird introduction is bichon maybe in the closet is this a whole thing and then I realized later on in the episode absolutely not like these two were just so close. They didn't know 'cause everything they did was the same. They didn't know how to be different at this point and I love that part of their friendship. We see another pair of great friends a Nisha in vishal. They were chatting over food. You could just tell they're banter is just so easy. They say that they talk multiple times a day. They're just each other's outlet. It seems for most things we see. A Nisha flashback to her life in New York and you saw that she had this really up and coming company that she was running out of her place and it has to do with fashion and she said a great line she said quote there are no aunties on sex in the city and I laughed. She went from having all this. Nyc independence to living with family member after family member after family member. That's another cool aspect of this show is all these main characters. Are All adults still living with their siblings and their parents in their parent's home so that's a totally new dynamic on most of the Bravo shows for instance the housewives while the kids are underage. They live at home pretty much as soon as they turn eighteen. They go off to college and then they do their own thing from there. So it's nice to see that these people have gone off done some things on their own but they've all ended back with their parents which is just making amazing television as well. Speaking of amazing television. This is where we learn that V. Shaw is terrified of his fiancee. Reaches mom he calls her. Fm L. Not fucked my life but future mother-in-law and that double entendre is per faction. I'm scared of reaches mom. This woman is terrifying. We see her in confessional. She wants a yeager bomb. She doesn't get that but ends up ordering a cosmo with a Straw. Who orders a Martini up with a straw? I know the answer to that is Nima from Shahs of sunset but seriously look what's happening world late. Do we not know that. Stras terrible for the environment at this point and we should be bringing our own straws with us. It hits not that hard and then just the fact that you're drinking a Martini with Straw is offensive. We see LOPA. Fm L. Explain that there's drama between V. Shawls mom and her so of the two. Okay let me. Just make sure this is clear. Reaches Mom is Lopa and she doesn't get along with this shawls mom even though for. Schol and her daughter are getting married. All the reason is somebody had asked Lopa What v Shawl does for work and she didn't know she threw some real shade about him wanting to be an actor and just he has a really bubbly vibrant outgoing personality. And she doesn't see it as being manly. I think I think that would be a fair way to describe it. So she doesn't take him seriously she doesn't understand what he does therefore through some shade that got back to shawls mom. Who obviously didn't appreciate that at this point most of us just because you know you do. What's best for your kid? You would say you know what I said. Something really stupid I apologize. It won't happen again to Shawl and his mother just to make everything. Okay even if you don't mean it you say just to make everything okay with these two families who are about to be joined. Because of V shawl and riches marriage lopa will not back down. She will not apologize. She doesn't understand. She is just not being polite about it so we see a lot of fun cuts at this point. There's cuts from Brian's family to V shawl. We see him shaving his chest. He mentioned that he shaves his but we see Brian's family picking Monica up. They're driving to a get together. Those parents so badly want for their son to marry Monica. They want that to happen. And I'm with them. We see Amr it. He has a little crush on Brian. He thinks Brian is adorable. That's when we go back to a great connector of how Amr it is related to the Group. We see him envy. Shaw they have been so close since they were seven years old. They had this amazing runway. Look where it was black on black on black and it was like one of those like middle school high school photos that everybody has that all of his wish would just disappear yet that was on TV. And I love it. We see LOPA. She is already so unlikable. Fm L. is the perfect nickname for her. She's already scary and now if I already wasn't happy with her now she is completely lost me and it's going to be hard to win me back. She was rude to the bartender. I know who's fucking rude to the wait staff so disrespectful so inconsiderate and just not how you should treat people. Lopa becomes more and more ignorant by the second as she calls out. Vcr enrich because rich literally. Wears the pants in the relationship and she was wearing this beautiful Indian outfit with pants. And I just thought that was super super sexist and I am not here for it. Where at this event with all of the families and the best thing that could happen in the reality TV world happened bichons. Mom and reaches mom are the hair? And the MOMMA DRAMA IS INSANE. You cut the tension with a knife Rita excuse me. Lopa is just being rude and disrespectful and obnoxious and you see shawls mom who is being the complete opposite. She's trying to remain calm and ends up just walking away and keeping the peace that way so can't wait to see how that progresses the preview for next week is Lopa continuing to go hard. She is not giving in on all of her drama. I got very confused. Is it monkeys. Lemurs is what animal was it. That was running amok. They're adorable. I don't know what they are but they were super cute. I don't even know what a Lemur looks like. I just feel like those are lemurs and I don't understand. Why but this is. The person who thought a possum was Erat. Just a few weeks ago on. Shahs of sunset so I can't be trusted. We see some Brian and Monica flirting which I hope develops I wanna see this relationship grow. I WanNa see them get married. I WANNA see them have babies. I want it all. I'm anxious to know what you thought of this week. Shahs of sunset and the Premiere Episode Family Karma on Bravo. You can take this conversation as always to facebook. There's an on this day. 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Democratizing AI with Anima Anandkumar

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

26:16 min | 1 year ago

Democratizing AI with Anima Anandkumar

"Welcome to ovation a weekly conversation with people. Who are shaping the technology landscape. I'm Peter Hi. President of META STRATEGY ADVISOR TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVES. Ford's columnists author and your host. Each episode of Techno version features insights from top executives thought leaders at the intersection of business technology and innovation. If you like what you hear we'd be grateful that you give us a rating on itunes or through. Whatever other sources you use for podcasts. Please subscribe so you. Don't miss a thing thank you. I guess this week is a Nema Kamara. And he may as the director of machine learning research at video professor into the cure back NAUTICA sciences department attack at Invidia. Mo The research group develops next generation artificial intelligence algorithms meanwhile at Caltech she is the CO director of Dulcet in who leads the AI for science initiative. She's also the youngest name chair. Professor at Caltech University's highest honor previously. Nema worked at Amazon web services in this episode on Mud Discusses The synergy of working in both academia and in industry from her previous visions at aws and the University of California Irvine to our current research. At and Caltech she shares how artificial intelligence can accelerate scientific discovery with engineering capabilities. Such as powerful. Gp Use that continuously push forward at an extremely fast pace. We also discuss what's known as the Trinity of the Deporting Revolution Algorithms Data and compute infrastructure and Nima shares insights on Scaling Self Supervision Techniques Embodied Intelligence and her thoughts on the future of Ai. Finally we end the discussion with an emas mission of globally democratizing in diversifying Ai. Anemia Dhamar welcome to technician. It's great to speak with you today. A Lot Peter for having me on this podcast. It's a pleasure to pleasure so Nima The bread professor of Computing Cal- California Institute of Technology Caltech. You're also director of machine. Learning invidia of NVIDIA. Excuse me and I wonder if you could talk a bit about how you sort out your sets of responsibilities between the two in addition to maybe talking a bit about some of the responsibilities you happened to two sides of your your jobs. Yeah Teeter You know I feel really lucky to be too great institutions In each one of them. I'm Mars surrounded by amazing people and students I worked with To me you know with Getting a I to the next level and being able to do cutting edge research on both sides and flexible appear being given by Caltech and then media to pursue. This is what makes it very exciting. the lead the machine learning research group and a Celtic. I also lead the group on research in an machine learning and so to me time you know the focus on research how has have synergy on both sides. I mean India. There are strands. So that are specific to each institution at Caltech There is a rich. History of scientific discoveries sounded surrounded by amazing scientists and all kinds of controlling noble prize winners. So how air can impact the fundamental scientists. Help us make. New Scientific discoveries is very exciting to me. launched a fulltime along with the Professor East on you also Caltech to help accelerate These discoveries on the other hand on the media side in the that's where Sh- The modern they palo computing started and Research has been possible. Thanks to the powerful. Gp US and the scale so they engineering expertise the hardware. The scale at the media helps me think about research problems. That wouldn't be possible. Otherwise how can we exploit all these capabilities to push a follower to invent new algorithms and to look at the impact at a variety of domains? You have a chance to explore the theoretical as well as the practical in a variety of different settings exactly and indeed To me the progress in air is happening so quickly so it's important to take it all the way right. Think about devil mental new algorithms as well as look at how it works at scale tactical applications and being able to do that in a relatively short time line is made possible thanks to this deal affiliation knowing your background on Ema. You're somebody who is often if I should say almost for the entirety of your time is a professor had a foot in the in the private sector as well when you were Assistant Professor at the University of California. Irvine you were a Microsoft a member of the Microsoft Research Team you also the principal scientists that Amazon web services previously as well and so it seems as though from the beginning of your time as a as a professor you thought about this synergy this symbiosis between university as well as a corporate setting. Is that right? Peter Acting You know that a lot of opportunities by trump's of collaboration between industry and the Cadena Microsoft Research had a richest real hosting kyle professors in all kinds of different areas of computer signs. And that's where I started working on temperatures Which ended up being my research. Focus for a number of years and how these new classes algorithms cats to all the whole range of unsupervised learning problems where label. Data's is not available so I call by putting people with different backgrounds and different skill. Sort scenario magic can happen very interesting. You began to allude to something that I know from our prior conversation. You refer to as the trinity and that is the three aspects that have come together. It's really enabled the deep learning revolution. There's a lot of focus on algorithms. But you from both your post really but especially for your posted invidia. You have an opportunity to think about how all these three come together it. Can you describe those and then give it a little a little bit of background each please? Yeah Yeah Peter. I think as you rightfully said There's a lot of focus on the algorithm so when it comes to thinking about artificial intelligence you know we are currently the deep learning revolution which means we are. Harnessing the power of deep neural networks But that to me. The only one passage the other two important facets are data compute infrastructure right because the algorithms have been around for a long time but more made this current evolution possible is the availability of large-scale benchmark. Data sets such as image that as well as the compute power from the GPO. I know we needed the scale. We needed the parallelism to be able to run these last que models. I'm process large amounts of data to train these models. I'm and that's why it's important to look at all these three pillars and ask holly further. Snow is them. How do we further look at Tom? Getting better quality data or detecting. What kind of data that? We should octane as realized how we make the hardware more efficient and more tuned to the applications. That makes sense. And I know that you've also put some thought into We're deep learning is best suited in where it is not an especially where it is not thinking about. Techniques can be used to To to facilitate the expansion of deep learning. Can you talk a bit about the process there? Yeah That progress people earning over. The last few years has been really exciting. It's been so fast you know. None of those in the field. Imagine we would Make such breakthrough in such a short amount of time But these have been primarily in the case where there's very large amounts of labor data available and we also have this Taylor available to train them and you know started with computer vision. How do they understand Images at scale and then speech recognition natural language processing and it happened in Hyper scale companies such as Google facebook and media where You know the the data on the scale wheel right and the question is Can we think about impact and so many other areas where this is not the case Be Minorities have very large amounts of data and Especially academic settings. There may not be always last scale computing possible. But if it's still possible to new kinds of air esearch to overcome these difficulties and that's where exciting that look. Mantha happening as we speak You know a lot of focuses now on how do the Do declining with the small amounts of data or can we actively learn and decide? What kind of data to collect can be semi supervised learning but if you know combined unlabeled later and Labor data can we do week supervision? Which means you may not have the complete label information but partial sit back and partial information to train the models and all. This is getting to the point of where you know. We are getting closer to watch him. In the way humans learn than ever before for instance in humans do a lot of unsupervised learning. We as infants You know Learn representations of the WHOA Even when we monotonous is right like the labels can come afterwards as we grow up so. This question is very deep in terms of Kenya. Nagel I'm supervised on supervised learning better. You know deep learning models and one of the latest techniques. Call Self Supervision where we are doing this iterative manner so meaning we train a model we try to go and label. New Data points said come back and do the same all over again. So that's the other aspect in which humans learn in an iterative fashion. Can we think of also algorithms that Have better correspondence to the way humans learn? I think those are all some exciting new areas That researchers thinking about you mentioned at the outset of your answer which is interesting. Which is the pace of the change and the pace of the change changes both thrilling as well as worrying for some in terms of our ability to control that. Change our ability to impact in defined things such that if in when Computers reach artificial general intelligence and approximation of our own. Maybe even beyond our our our ability to to think in process Will we still be masters of of that domain? And I wonder if you can take a moment and provide your own thoughts about that kind of optimism versus pessimism that different camps have of your overall development of artificial intelligence Yay. That's very good point. Peter You know a is in the news almost every day and most of the articles My you're overly optimistic or overly hyped up In the sense that Are assigning capabilities to the I. That's not currently possible case example. Our language models Over the previous years the language model scored really meaning. They're able to generate coherent paragraph right. But this doesn't mean that. They have an innate intelligence or an inmate character That's driving this generation on the other hand what's made this possible is the availability of large of Corpus of text You know primarily from dreaded where these models are trained and The availability again on SPA. Large-scale compute infrastructure are in fact the largest language model been trained by immediate. It's called Matron and that was trained on five hundred twelve. Gpa US so the Kale hadn't made it possible to now have coherent text generation but we are not still able to generate controllable text site and of course Carry on dialogues or having tillerson conversations in the natural way. That's too far off. But the way the these articles portray this is keeps an impression to the public that this is happening now and I think that's the one to play in a we and we are. Scientists have a responsibility to make sure that we give a balanced and honest view to the public and in the past. I've spoken on twitter and other media in terms of how it's important to you know. Why is this balanced will be accountable for the research? We do and presented in a balanced manner. Very interesting you know especially given what you've described and perhaps some of the hype that suggests realities arriving sooner than is possible as you look. Say three or five years out. What are some of the nearer term or medium term advances the UN -ticipant that? You're most excited about relative to artificial intelligence machine learning. I think indy. There's a lot of positive developments that are happening. I'm very excited about. They use of air in robotics and what I call a body intelligence but can we get the mind the body to get Because I'm until recent times the two areas of research have interacted much you know designing algorithms and mostly applying that in software on the other hand robotic fills relied on traditional control algorithms with no learning art. Right I and there are lots of interesting challenges to tackle for instance. We need to incorporate safety and stability. You know you feel have Drone THAT'S FLYING. It has to be stable. You know because we are learning in the loop we can't have it be crashing down. So it's important to make sure that the consideration so these robots operating in the wild in the physical world be taken into account even house we embed air algorithms them and as we do that style make these robots much more about two they can Be doing now multiple to the one For Instance Been A. We have a ten media research in Seattle robotics lab where There is a kitchen so matching the robots. That's able to do many tasks like cutting which tables you know picking up Different utensils and go through all the motions of cooking. It's a highly complex set of tasks and we are now getting to a point where we tend trae have algorithms such as metal reinforcement. Learning that can trainer will different kinds of tasks Different kinds of data sets and be able to put all that intelligence together. So that's why I'm very excited. Very interesting We mentioned earlier. Your multiple private sector affiliations from Microsoft to Amazon. Now nvidia as you've mentioned of course as well with each of those you've been exposed to companies and helped to lead companies in fact you are definitive leaders in the development of artificial intelligence machine learning and each has a blessing of a tremendous Skills in numbers of people who have a have deep perspectives deep research experience in the topics of AI machine learning and deep learning etc and This isn't the case for just anybody and I know that you know what's interesting about your perspective. Of course as you are on the one hand training some of the you know the future leaders as an academic you're also hiring hiring and grooming a teams as a leader in media and. I wonder if you could take those experiences for a moment in contemplate a company very different from the ones you've been affiliated with who had great difficulty in finding The people with the appropriate skill sets to develop a true Ai Team a deep learning team What sorts of recommendations would you have for that sort of an organization in order to ramp up sieve? Better compete in better take advantage of this revolution. That's happening absolutely I think that's a great point. you know to me. Democratization of air is very important. And that means across the world how we get more people into a I as Some more companies and sectors into harnessing the power of a I m seeing further exciting several of months. And you know personally I actually Come from family or a small skills. entrepreneurs who on a small scale company That's in manufacturing and Even though at that time there was no I But my parents were very interested in automation the moving from traditional missionary to computer numerically controlled machines you know. That was a big step for them. And at the same time the saw the benefits of efficiency and push their way and there were some of the first In the small town that I Was drawn up to have that kind of capability so growing up. I saw like First Time. How small-scale industries and ingenuity can come together to go to the cutting edge technology and leapfrog the developments. That are happening so I think across the world more than ever before. It's much easier for people to get into a a lot of source to available air is primarily driven to open source and at n media we Been containerizing an open source. Sourcing all the latest capabilities. So it's I'm there's lots of really good tutorials such as from past Odi I which is a nonprofit that is educating people across the world to learn about these algorithms And the corner bailable that they can go about decline their applications and I think with all this available It's possible for companies around the world To train their workforce in a targeted manner. You know anti they can focus on what's You know where to get started right. I think that's usually the barrier and it starts with digitization data can getting to the digital. How much that can be used for? I think starting small and starting ca with simple techniques not necessarily when decline in classical machine learning but getting started You know usually takes a lot of effort but I think it's worth it and I think I'm very confident but across the world will see a lot of exciting developments in local people solving local problems using AI. I know another topic that you're very passionate about is diversity. In Technology and the topics we've been talking about The Algorithms which were at the center of of artificial intelligence for example are particularly prone to unintended consequences where there's not a diversity of Perspectives taken into account when they are developed they're very famous examples of those unintended consequences that represent biases that people. Maybe don't even know that. They have as their programming computers to to fulfill one task or another But I wonder if you could take a moment and talk a bit about the if I the state of the Union if you will of women and minorities and artificial intelligence. I know that it's still a very small cadre. People you happen to represent both in this country anyway and But I wonder if you could talk a bit about Progress you see being made as well as progress progress yet to come. Yeah Yeah I think I know. We still have a long way to go in so far. Improving the numbers You know both of women and minorities in the field of air and more generally tap right And but I think diversity is important As you pointed out It'll be a building so many tool across a large number of domains which can have a huge human impact and being able to take into account. What other failure modes when sales? What are the backup you know. How do we ensure our shot of the cost of failure is not too high? I think those answers are address. Better renders diversity as an example in face recognition has been shown to be highly biased in many of the publicly available applications. So I know has from Amazon Web Services Microsoft and so on And the first researchers sue pointed out the shortcomings saw the blackie searchers. And indeed the. This is an issue that affects The African American community Especially in a big way When it's put in the hands of law enforcement and other agencies so we'll have may having these applications Make errors on the black population too much. Bigger extent is unfair and can lead to a lot of bad consequences so I think diversity is important to make sure we as a community back and re released applications to the real world in much more responsible manner and I think there'll be a lot of positive tableau of men so am out of grassroots efforts in our community To create a more healthy environment for everybody. And have it be welcoming to women and minorities Some of the examples? You know the women in machine learning has now grown to thousands of women and You know when I attended at Recently at the new conference There's just so much positivity and so much of bonding and so much sharing of knowledge And that house now you know dialer. She tried to use the word again into so many other affinity groups right the black and they are Latina in a is query any on disability male. I think people are really you know asking culturally Make an inclusive community and seen that happen on. The ground of these conferences to me is highly inspire We had the opening Talk be given by. Professor Kids was a professor at UC. Berkeley she talked about. How human beliefs are formed A really interesting scientific topic but in the end Which is quite unusual. What she did was to talk about the Metoo Movement. You know address it head on talk about what if they're all of men you know. Should they be concern? How can contribute in a positive way? I think This would have been unimaginable. Europe's even a couple of years ago last year. We pushed hard for the name. Change was called nips before and with this reference That You know was not seen as welcoming to women We pushed for that change and I think along with. It came a whole host of changes in terms of the code of conduct and much better from culture. Everybody came to corporate entities throwing parties. Or you know having events That had a more diverse group of researches participate and this year I think would sell us so talk getting a standing ovation and being able to address issues head on and create a better awareness in the community. That gives me a lot of will anemia Thank you so much for joining me today. On Tech Nation for sharing your perspectives from the diverse array of things that you do though that the university as well as at Invidia it's been great conversation out. It's real pleasure. Thanks for tuning in. Please join me next week when my guest will be Brian. Hoyt the chief information officer of unity technologies.

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#145 - "Taking a step back"

The Agostinho Zinga Show

1:03:20 hr | 2 years ago

#145 - "Taking a step back"

"Mic. Check one two check one two. Welcome back to the casinos English show with me your host St. no Zinger this episode number one four five who Quadra Cinco are the Suman Espanol. As welcome all wherever you are. If you're Spanish, you're telling your French or Portuguese, your English, maybe English no fan of those people, stinky, stinky people, but regardless of you are away you are. Hello and welcome back to my show. I hope you're doing well hope you're were fostered while hydrated while wrestler that Milwaukee on the show. I get these Nerf occasion signs going off in the background. We're going to have to that in a minute. But regardless hope you guys are doing well, and you guys are fine. So here I am back again. In is a new time for me later in the evening, either half day today, a mention squeeze the gets on what that in the morning, then I have to offer a little quick lunchtime interview. And now here I'm back again in the hot seat took into you lovely. People talking about it in the views. Anyone else hate those interviews that you get what you have to kind of do fucking toss where they give you some sort of fintech it complete some sort of a some sort of a pre job job jug thing you have to do right is super Neue. Isn't it all can you do this thing for us, blah, blah? But then some point is quiet. Nobody number points. You know, what I kind of get it, man. I kind of get it. I think if I was sitting on the other side of the table, and you're trying to hire somebody, unfortunately. Or fortunately, I guess for us people are usually if you're not the person in charge, and you're the one signing up for the job. Fortunately, for us jobs were plenty is lows to go around if you look around, and you're looking at the right places, and you have the skills, you can kinda get most, you know, there's there's a plethora of jobs, I you believe any of our rhetoric you might hair with people outside of that kind of bubble. Obviously does require you to have the skills necessary to get the job in the first place. But if you have the requisite skills, you'll be fine. But I guess from an employer's point of view, it might be a lot of options. But once you make the option, it's very hard to change it because as most people know when you start a new job, you get that probation period where you and the employer can come to an agreement over you think you're good enough job, mostly the employer can decide if they want to keep you and after that probation periods over is very difficult to let somebody go for what you deem to be a adequate standard level of work. Right. You have to kind of go for those of jumper. A hoops you have to setup KPI you have to set up a pro of kind of program for them to improve give them routing privilege. They. Fail to get basically effectively give them enough Rotarian themselves, then that can be turned up quite a quickly. But the process takes a long time. So if you find somebody isn't a right fit after the Fremont probation, period. Even if you know the process quite a straightforward. And maybe this is not the end was the person goes is quite quick. The actual process is very long it might take maybe up to a free mumps. Let somebody go completely, you know, because you to get them time to she tried to improve. So I get it. So that's why I usually some employers most of the ones I go into sometimes they did his finger day purposely ox, you to they may be asking before the interview starts to fill out a form, or to do a particular Simon or to do something that can prove that you can do thing that I want you to do all this for me coming as a prospective employee is annoying because number one, you know, you'll to have it to do work that you're not get paid for number one in kind of the basic sense. And number two, you know, it's just one of those things it's like, you know, it's annoying. Because even though toss I'm not really good examples of your ad. Of your skill level. Because you don't have the records information the requisite context. You haven't spoken to collegiate. You don't have any. You don't have any reference to kind of lean back on right? You have to go into blind. And usually start at work. What press regardless of how quickly how quick they move. How mobile they might be. It's very rare that you enact change all you come about and star project on your first day, right unless you're maybe working in production or something where you're conservative to move around. And maybe you the Philip somebody, and you know, you just get you kinda getting around we have a single soom. But in most cases office environments is very rare you're gonna start and you're gonna do a role. Right. You kind of slowly go into it. You can understand what the ROY requires what you can do what they want from you the time. The maybe it totally depends on the time of year you start right? You starting to quiet period. And maybe you're just, you know, they're filing papers and shit, right? Or maybe papers around a quote, unquote in a Buddha sense. Right. But if you may be starting to my business, I maybe before show season or wherever before a particular. Goes into production. Maybe Dennis Nema has a Royal of other things. But regardless McCann be interesting at annoying some regards about one one Qiuping today. I did see one when I went to Dino in today, I've been to the guy from vice Mattie, matai matai, Mattie, Madison. Oh, my the guy who's usually coys Israelis took a super loud like shot, and I can't really say, you know, I'm probably was a comment about volume. But yeah, that guy that's always talking supernova. Vice I saw him in the lobby of the office. I wanted today which was quite cool to see actually him to standing up. It's interesting. How maybe it's the celebrity is America thing. It's interesting. How how much people that you know, stand out? Right. I'm saying this out loud. Probably sounds dumb. Maybe. 'cause I know who they I it cut recognize him. But it's like it's like a beacon, right? You just see them extra away. Right. Maybe. Yes. You know, people come up to you and say what time it to be a few time because I'm black shit. So might come up to you. But she if you out and about, and you know, I it might be my luck dot kind of bump into six people. I know and somebody might in this innocently else. Meanwhile, you famous or something right because this is wit also, I know all these people in this room, right? And let's say people like people from different backgrounds, so but they're not obviously action. That's people see me spotting six individuals. So they might be all focused didn't get next to him. But in this case just like me, it's like becoming downstairs seeing. This guy's back later. The thing is face and thinking who's that automatically like, I don't know. Why mama hitters went to who's that? And as soon as you turn around his face, and he was coughing, and he was covered in tattoos on you exactly what it was good to see him in around the area and stuff. So Matty was around. Obviously didn't say nothing because about loser. I dunno. I just don't when I was he domino. I said hi to enroll life who are known right has been really cringe actually been David Stockman, David from full-time devils person. Hope any kind of notoriety I've seen after I've said hi to ally am a long time ago. Maybe a couple of years ago. So Graham, Norton Tesco express, and you a super cool. Why super cool because when the flowering go speeds him I was kinda stalk him behind the the aisles ones as one does. Right. And as I saw I dunno probably ten plus people come up to an annoying bug, and you know, Alex assigned this and give him, you know, inane conversations. And I was like, you know, what dammit I'll be eleven. I mean, he could have easily like got so point where you know, he had enough because again, it was Tesco express near both unless you if you still listening area, probably doesn't cause I'm sure he'd be probably go money to live in an but I remember him being an area number. So I'm saying he actually live around the area. But you just shopping. Cisco express knickknacks abo- just open quite late just having just doing shop in. I'm quite late at night. So it wasn't like a, you know. It wasn't a oppressing. If I'm not sure you're gonna depressing Tesco, but you never know wits politics. So you out about living his life. So he will is twelve and his rice sale like, you know, guys, I'm shopping mongering e- oi- ever, Jimmy Lai, leave me alone. You could be ready to do that. But you is just to be caused and as person I think I said something to and then just generally just said higher. I love what you do. Keep doing me doing brisket. We're not try and go any further than that. But I must pot and usually it gets reciprocated anyway, because I think for the most part now celebs or people of notoriety is probably a flip of a coin the amount of people die, but rub bump into who. I'll just call and could just you know, exchange pleasantries and keep it moving. So when you're somebody that doesn't on my end on your end, if you're listening, if you do anything, I think Brazil, really do appreciate right? You just go out their way to say. Hi, you know, thank them for their work or something that might have really been if what you will inspirational to use of that kind of gave you direction something that was very meaningful to you and keep keep keep on going and keep. Movin ninety two exchange jokes needs to show to me a personality. No need to tell them. How critical you are about the other piece of work. I some people do these with background compliments like oh. And he's like you before in the beginning. But now like you unless some people say that sister being alive, recycle the fuck you saying by gays, you're so nervous, right? Yeah. When you see that person? You don't know what to say he just blew out wherever but don't say that kind of thing like don't don't try and give them the whole, you know, not help pick up a community thing when pe- when a neg- when they Nick women don't nag people that you like to show how much you liked them. It won't go down because they don't know you, right. Just give them a compliment tell them what you enjoy it. And keep it moving as I did. I kept him moving. And look at me look at me now. Right. Look at me. Now, look at me now flossy floss influence in. Anyway, we're back again one four five episode episode of the singer show. Thank you so much. Joining me, I said episode episode free times. But you know, what can you do? Let's get crack in with some topics of the day that are foot would be interesting to comment reviewed lovely people number one number one before we get started. And before we go into any sort of influential or important, topics. I want to give a big shot to Mr. Benny gold missed the Benny Benny Benny old news came through to wire is Pacific from hi-p step. Any gold has called it quits on his street where labeled that he founded more than fifteen years ago back in the day when street wear was resided a mostly on the east coast of America where the whole lot retail mafia and on the west coast with a whole Fairfax crew. So Bengals initial mental part of my kind of journey Fru street wear him, and alongside people I've been hundreds and Bobby hundreds and Nick tur-, Shane, Nick diamonds. We'll we'll kind of really influential people that kind of really help Pau pave my way fruit in some the street way. And I'd say the one thing I can give bene- golden those guys credit for was that even though we had a scene in London. Even though we had a little finger on here with good hood and give me five and full patrolling patrol does kind of places. Right. It was quite this. Jointed? I'd say for the most part, I would say when I was in London and trying to come up in St. refreshing seen it was very very against letting in any new energy, which is ironic now because you know, those give me five places are just full of young kids now, which is fucking cool to see that it gives him a kiss upper twenties by in the beginning when I started it was full of everyone was super old. And that was when I was young I was eighteen nineteen and these guys were still around right at the forefront with grey hairs that Milwaukee, and it wasn't necessarily wanted to bring new people in ready. They want to step on intelligence competed assignable, they make niche for themselves and they're supposed to give anyone chance. I completely get that. But one thing that I appreciate about the American scene. Was that those guys I mentioned Bobby hundreds the Benny goals, Nick diamonds. They were very aware of who their customer was right customers way, incredibly young right, incredibly young kids who kind of live vicariously fruit as superhero designers, and founders of the companies, right and they doing executive Finnity way to do. And instead of these guys. Adopt into the personality of the stars of all I'm the I'm the superior almighty Lord about before my fee, if you want to get a job initial you have to jump for a million hoops, and this weird little kind of like gatekeeper thing that was existing law in the UK where depending on who you're friends wave dependent who say hi to you are. So I said mentioned a few times when I went into bun to national RIP, one of the main shoe stores here in London. And even Nick the gun is unburned international. Is it Nick, Nick, right? He's generally a cool, dude. But even he got involved in that kind of a Dickey kind of vibe at she that people had in the scene and one time I was going to quiet, actually, and I was used to get complete air. Right. I mean could never Japanese got ice white. They who chew generally is a little bit antisocial onset, which is fine by remember going in a few times. Right because I was powder schedule. Pob the routine you do weekend. You kind of go out you put on your best outfit, and you improve Ronaldo kind of shops and SoHo and shit, right? And kind of you know, what's stopping you might buy a fucking pout show panel. Stationary or beanie hat from doubled. Some you know, you wherever you are money for you might by late Trumbull just as chance to kind of go out and kind of meet some friends in the scene. So I remember going in a few times and gained up. So he no love from the guys up on intellectual Noah said anything to me, everyone kind of completely vite me out the stores. They do most gay shows, right, which is understandable in this case war because you know, it's a little bit. They have to be a little bit more protective of their of their seem because you know, there was a period where it was kind of out to get whitewash. So they have to kind of pull it back from the shopping malls per se and bring it back to the streets with zero end of it. So I do remember going into and getting up so you know, Lavin, and I remember Bubby hundreds and a few people coming from the states to visit Nick from twelve ball who was a guy that was kind of influential in my kind of journey, and I remembered the highs and the smiles and the handshakes were everywhere. I I think I remember one them saying, oh, we remember you've come in a few times seven news like what imagine a free sixty seeing in front of you. But the thing about America was number one. I said these people are Benny gold, but we hundreds and Nick from Babbel. Domico supply. They were very who their customer base were mainly young kids instead of adopting this framework of being this position of being a gatekeeper being a dick. They instead invited the kids to be a pod their journey. Right. Whether it was from blog post would was from articles rivers from me up to the store. I'm not Benny I've seen comments leper limits around people are invited time. He's given to people Pesalai speaking Tim mckeon him advice when they want against design lease kind of thing really peeling back the process of what he does. And how he goes about things. So you really got they really were conscious of how they were seen by the kids, and they try to best kind of live up to that standard all to be, you know, figures the point them in the right direction, but they never adopted point of view black all it's my it's my arm and adore like if I don't let you in knows gonna let you in software, which is what if it happened in London. So I wanna give those guys a tunnel props and Benegal parade being one of the main people to do that somebody who was very kind of lucky he story of like meeting keep huffing they go and taking and being an instrument instrument PA the whole like half Bryan coming up. Is super inspiring. And yeah, and I'm just happy that he's kind of decided to kind of stop the brand himself. I know sometimes in in other places in the industry it can be seen as a fail in like a loss. But I think in St. way, especially from you know, me fully people like emotion for Jawara even nego back in the day. Even sometimes even the cash before he did the undercover there was a tradition in Japan, especially in that kind of sense of street where even in the US some some kind of the retail lumber girka probably be put in the same category. But there is a thing where in some some street wear brands wear your mentor is I won't take cash grab there is an element of it. Where you do some of your best work under a certain brand. And then you might to stop it. And just something goes just because you want to have a different Craig vision. Right. You undergo in a different direction or there is other times. Whereas you just you know, you see a collection as a that marks of point in time in your life. Right. And you kinda wanna stop and continue doing other things especially in Beni goals case in being a quite. A well respected designer his own case is all regard outside of his brand and declined. He be has coming. He's awesome. No matter what that requires client services in the fun. I'll of doing your own brand running your own stole. I'm not surprised side to give it to kind of Coley quits by happy did these terms and is able to kind of run right into sunset still have these kind of legendary status be solidified machine and kind of go into bigger Beth things. But he he an entire statement that he comes to not to hype was a really nice touch everything. We're kind of know what's happening, and he kind of talks about the decision, and what went into it and stuff, but I did like this bit which is quite again, transparent for kids coming up, you actually want to get involved because you know, I think in this day and age where we kind of scene, I think I'm happy to the hustle fingers stopped to bit because I remember that was one dollars kind of annoying me about Virgil. He was continuing this huge just pump it out this like hustle, coach faintest hustle thing, which I guess in his for his own story. There is. A little trip to by buying large. We have to kind of see because I think maybe because it's Photoshop and his vector graphics and his scream pinching on t shirts. I think we kind of we kind of dismissed the level of talent it takes Duda high level. So we don't necessarily describing talent to and he's still skill by. I'm gonna say this at me, personally, my own opinion. I think we have to treat people that Virgil is kind people freaks did nine messes data Christianity of this coal seen. Right. They can do it. They can hustle. They can fly for sixty five days in a year. Right. They can do they can have multiple projects balancing at the same time still delivered him a high level. But most people can't do that. Right. So to skew that message as a way to kind of suffer virgins to sit there and say, the hustle is Wyatt is what there is a bit disingenuous because it's not we will know, it would reason why he's got way to because he's insanely talented. He works really hard. And he's got great connections. But all those things together have made him what he is now, but you can't hustle without having the ability to just. Have your finger on the pulse, which kind of budget has the ability of doing. But also, I think if you do want to do that. And you don't want to prescribe the hustle culture of it wherever they registering Benny goes on something again, it's kind of like how literacy how just how stressful. It is maybe to run that kind of been like I said before Betty go. There's a designers Iraq own clients right outside of Bengal the Brown. He's got Bengal, the brand I'm assuming you know, probably turned over a nice amount of profit every year. He's probably gonna stop to pay. He has maybe collaborations sponsorships licensing deals. He's doing on the side of that on that brand. And then you're running a stall itself for Brigham especially nowadays, how hot retailers what? So those are free really challenging businesses. He's big on top of these kind of day-to-day joke. Right. So I'm not surprised how many this digital be like, you know, what let me step away. Maybe shut the brand. Maybe this a special participation Dan little collaborations here that you might wanna release. Right. And I'll be cool because I think he could do really, well, I'm afraid like someone like a Benny gold. Right. He does like he does a really good sense. Even J C all those dues, right? They do really good way. Where you kind of have a crazy, and I really do special projects with like key partners that you want to work with. And then you do client services in the back on just to kind of keep the money coming in. But you know, really beholden to anything. You don't have to pay rent. I store you'll have to pay staff continuing to Yemen year out you can hire people based on projects refrigerator who only has. I think two full time people working for him and everything else is project based that's probably a way to work in general. But I just think it's a good kind of case study to see like Virgil doing at a highest level, balancing, his DJ is Louie. Tony's off why his Amer capture collection decl abrasion with Bradley stuff. And then you go the brand new gold who's doing that kind of these level. Distressing strains are kind of taking his tolerant of any kind of want to take a step back. But he mentions it here in a post. He says, but with this success calms his own so tellers, and now if I myself, growing, let's creative growing, let's creatively as my days are spent managing people budgets and production. See I said that running an actual business, right? Fit increase any pressure to follow the trends and go more urban, which which again, I didn't really think about what made sense, especially if he's trying to you know, if you if there's only so much you could do creatively with a brand, especially if you trying to make more money, you have to be that the deputies to the point where you have to decide whether you want to go away to like, you know, shopping level shopping more level, or if you wanna keep it on on big cartel. But no, you're gonna have seen. Feeding approach to go more urban in the attempt to capture more of a market share a brand becomes a living breathing thing. And every brand has a life cycle Willis list. Become increasingly clear to me that Bernie Goldman is nearing his end. Rob bring it to a close celebrates life with integrity rather than push it to become something. I no longer believe which one hundred percent agree. That's always a is. Right. That's kind of my kind of beef of just they boy what he's doing with these dunks and shit. They comes a point where you kind of have to just let people enjoy the good times that you've done all the the legendary state is or the things that you've done it'd be really important to culture is. So they keep rehashing it because hotel is going to be tired people are gonna get bored of it and wherever he comes out of next. It's going to have this. Same stink the same fungus attached to it. So I'm glad any go to the skins a British because it's not as much stick as I might give just Naple. The money's will be really good man, the money the exposure, the if especially if he's chasing relevancy, and he wants to be the go-to person for culture and for every street wed, and he probably needs to have his face day. All the time. I get it. I understand. This is a really bad decision from Bendigo because he could probably just continued plodding along, you know, eventually decided to go, quote, unquote, more maybe expand his collection, maybe double the accessory with that sort of stuff you could easy on route. And I guess people wouldn't be against him. Because he's got fifteen years worth of work, unrest, built anyone not to sell out Bengal. But he's still decided not to which is kind of really admirable to see and just like an admirable that he decided to shut himself and kind of again lesson joys legacy like you mentioned before and goes do ever bigger and Bryant product. So again, big shout to Benny gold. Farewell from the scene, and now, I know you gone from Google, and I'm sure he's going to have love the kidneys DMZ asking for help. And he's going to be more than happy to help as low as can be cool to see. He's kind of offsprings, right? I've kind of you know, used he's business model kind of taking on his advisement. That's his brand. And see what happens Dan and legacies continue going forward. So again, bigshots Benny golden again one of my inspirations street, and I kind of got me started. So. I'm happy to see that is wrenching off to other things that was my soapy misses out away next year. We was go here. So talking about Virgil of white full with for intervention just showed recently right before I got back in the day. I'm everyone's in Paris now because of Paris menswear fashion week is probably the biggest event now in it outside of like the standard street where Vince I think don't really go agenda that much of almost coverage about it on social and Peru socials much everybody else, but I didn't receive much coverage of Bill. Unlike hype peace and stuff, I see more coverage people pies fashion week and stuff like that for the most part. That's when places like page, seventy vice kind of get most of their kind of concept from the in the in go in and outgoing people that are in that scene. Yeah. In general, you know, there's those repressed individuals people. Now, kind of you know, they sit on that line between your fashion and street wear. So they kind of. Dragon people across the Paris and stuff in the influx of new designers that showing now in Paris with especially when it comes to menswear Jacob debuted a selene of see last season is a new energy coming involved with Paris fashion week now, especially with rough Simmons who's not left Calvin Klein is going to be another owners for him to step up the level and crank it up like says, a really new strong energy that's happening impacts with amendment 'em, which I think a lot designs of really, you know, vibe off. And of course, I'm white was showing of why being vegetables Bryant outside of Luton. And it's been a bit of a rookie time. I think personally for wife scene of Virgil stuff that he's done would've. Why is kind of slowly but surely started to get bit better season season. Not just what it looks like a cancer. Look a bit haphazard. I think I've had a quick glance at collection. Nothing's changed so much, and I think he'd have to kind of family to appoint with veggies collections while kind of to maybe think it might be on purpose. The way looks you know, sometime when people say, it's not it doesn't. Feel cohesive? It doesn't feel as a fem-. It doesn't feel like it's a collection moss or like, a a collection of pieces of clothes, and mites. And that might be good for a collection. Yeah. Yeah. It feels like a runway full of occasional piece of clothes that can be one in different outfits, which might lend itself to the buying habits of consumers nowadays. Right. They're not necessarily buying for looks than might be buying tra-, the sucks the bell did jeans, right. And then and then kind of flipping in between other looks webby vintage or there be from our brand. So that might tie into it just was like he's never ever had a really cohesive collection, regardless even when he's using the same materials. Right. It always was a bit haphazard all over the place. And again, maybe again, that's the point. Maybe it's a canvas is an experimental chemistry to kind of do these finger on, but we're going to kind of dive in a bit deeper into collection. First of all a video of some of the people are in and around the show to kind of quickly check that hadn't seen actually which is quite interesting. I did is in collaboration with now fashion, which is. Coal as well again showing, you know, outside of killing you on the kind of design front or in a kind of fashion output front, maybe design maybe people go, oh, he's a redesign on wherever you want to say. But may incitement says a killing output front right until how quickly he's able to ship product or get work out there and other Phoenix. He's really, you know, a of again, some people the same soon as sensitive Qassam eurozone. Those guys is the Mazda so promotion, right who they're touching your brand brand partnership media partnerships getting away the king of distribution. And no more is a barrier example of this video which is tied with now fashion on Facebook. It looks like looks like the guests arriving off white show. There's a particular place where they want them to take pictures and stuff. So again, it's all very well. In tuned. I'm the people that are working on the show come into the to deceit around way show a wearing off why you know, it's just a standard procedure that they do. But again, just the detention, and again, it's not this is an extra on top of it. Because again, I'm sure the show was streamed. I'm sure he's going to do the dog. Commentary series that he always does he collection where he has a he has a video go for just follow him around. I think in the run-up was a collection being shown on the runway, and he kind of chop it up into a really lengthy compilation with no with no narration on nothing. You just kind of hit them running around says, it's quite captivated. It's a little bit. It's weird to describe it. Because it sounds quite boring. But when you watch it is really really absorbing, and you can't take your eyes off something that you'd wish more brands would do I figured something similar with the Dior and bilk mentioned ref Simmons did a few months few seasons ago a few years ago, and that was kind of innocent of rain, but it's quite telling us quite aspire to see to convert the inner workings of what goes into make in the collection in choosing the looks and styling loose whole pieces. So these are things that I get are on top of the design which again, which is some of the more design, let designs that some of them will autistic based designers out there who all about the craft kind of bemoaned people Bertram say are he's only where he is. Because the promotion, and that's largely correct. But I think if you're that. Talented as a design referenced responsibility to marry up with somebody with somebody who can handle that media site because that's really important to you. Can't just be really talented. I'm making clothes and have the ability coming out of your us and no one. No what you do. What goes into your personality? You have to be able to even if you can't do it yourself. I think you have to be able to do a little bit and Virgil she has done that. So we're going to watch this video and see who was at the show. I haven't actually watched this actually. So this would be quite interesting. I reactions so let's see presented by now fashion. Get some sound on here. Oh payback is gonna blunt interesting. Not really liking it too much. Looks a bit burned doesn't it fucked up? You got to cash their Comey so see one of Virgils good, friends and collaborators there, I think that's the guy from the store. Right. Great in Tokyo machine. That's always around those guys as well. During that time in day, you go a book. Are you able to kind of look better able you know a little bit me. Now, I've been recently named as sound of the UK to nineteen which I'm not sure about as well, I'm big fan of Italian. But. I'm not sure if you'd call him the sound of the UK, I don't know. I don't think I've heard one, and I don't think outside of maybe cool hips apart as I'm sure heard his track played in the nightclub which again isn't really an infraction of who the sounded the two thousand nine hundred is is not scientists nineteen in nightclubs. But again, I don't think I think the kids are listening to more drill than they are going to be listening to especially the. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. But you continue. Visit that nobody I is nice their duty sting a musher who that guy is. Sure. Enough show. No show. He's opening his mouth sharing something nice ago grows. Mushoo that guy is oh, you don't see there. Don't see. No Connie, again, which is interesting all his friends were no Nokhanya lily may. Rock and roll good. Good. She was good as well. As per usual. Always got nice outfits on. Always with the nice outfits Lali. I'm not sure that is model I'm assuming because you shrugging now is banging I love their jacket. That was really calling the question. I think I'm earlier I was pressing Disney. Pretty sure right. Yes. Her person Question Nos fucking bringing. Another model. Right. No. That's medicine pair, I think right. So youtuber. I'm sure somebody when of why? Not really a fan of the outfit personally. But you know, she's looking pretty and stuff. So go girl. Go go. Go. She's even directly to take pictures fucking prominent now take the back. Good girl. She telling them what to temperatures of smashing, the we like initi- still on the camera medicine, relentless go but fair play off white and the Louis type all well done. Yes. Good medicine nowadays medicine Bill. I'm sure it was let her go man Jesus enough. So they're still here still here. Okay. And finally go let's it down for the guys are there all Conyers guys Nokhanya. Shame really Behei. Gonna nice great two thousand eighteen. Big big. Gouna? And his cO skept an then right? Well, look inside of the shit. Nice as good. Yes. So I guess the guess would then they had fun now to the collection because that's the most important part. Isn't it? The collection saying that the runway collection. Let's get up here and go fruit. So I can haven't seen in detail. But let's see if anything has kind of swayed or change my Peter known the overlook aesthetic of the of the show again. This is just my sweaty strafford. Bubbly hat could Pinon right? I'm no one to give any solve inside of the brand though. Listen to me, listen to the people that she doing shit on the outside. But if we looking critically I'd say just at getting it's just I think it's just you have to kind of get used to just just this. This is just what he's close look like because it just always kind of looks a little bit misshapen the proportions are bit weird the shapes on not that interesting their their books. But without the kind of, you know, for Nestle, the Lord, you might get with an old school. My jello peace or something nowadays Shogo verte MO might make all you know, whenever married a it's not that kind of sensuality towards it just wanna just a bit haphazard and just you know. That someone just cut its imagine you just Ross with cloth enough or you just cut out pieces and just buy it just doesn't feel like there's any isn't. He sort of like, you know, let's say design aesthetics associated. But it's kind of you know, it's not economic. They we ghost ergonomic chairs that Fenway kind of. You know is perfect for the krizner bomb your back. Right. It's got little dividend. So you can put your little bubble button. And there's not there's not there's none of that. It's kind of just like I just see little close. That's why I said you see those a fabric that can obviously be taken apart and one different ways by just close though, see anything else. But that's just me again just took it from the initial reactions of watts here. Right. So that's down the screen. Let's go to the next slide continue on the see why my like here. Good decent messenger bag offering for the most part. It must be put might like that. I'm interested in these boots and shoes after negative do very very, well, maybe kind of building on what we might have seen in previous questions again from what Balenciaga vets Monty with a kind of really high socks shoe hill that we saw a few seasons back then it goes to Saint Laurent sparkly thing that so few people wearing and this might be in the same vein. This statement boot that lover brands are kind of doing so this might be very popular. An and this might go very, well, again, I just made it could have been a bit more done with a shirt may be you know, as a look of rule, the kind of boots only for you kind of seed it. Again, just my opinion. Again, just maybe too much close again for that for my liking styling chances on this look aren't that great either. You can hardly see anything for the most part quite utilitarian. But the trade is look quite nice say for the most part this look here with orange black knowledge. Jackie is in a is never here, or there might be some with detour up-close is a denim jacket on the inside as covered by tiny in size. So it's really busy, which is a lot of say, right. And then you go something like this, which is kind of fairly interesting. Right. You got this cowboy boots with this kind of a futuristic tracksuit? Right. Looks kind of like an internet the wifi symbol wifi symbol. So why forces symbol is it on a simple, but it kind of looks similar to that on the bell. So the divvy some interesting things in the beginning just it's just looks like there's so much close. They're just just a little fabric, and in there is there's some pieces here that really work. Well, like this overcoat looks. Pretty interesting, right. Again, may be the shape is not what you would probably want from that. So a piece you might go to an acne and get something that looks a little bit better. And then you scroll down to the boots. Look really interesting and having have pruder across Instagram. It looks like are collaboration with fluffy feel as London who oversees quite famous wearing boots with a similar sort of look and look really interesting so collaboration with you office London. He's done a done underneath of white which again is something that you can't really bemoan you'll be grudge. Virgil for right? He's very keen to kind of bring in his kind of circle of friends until his projects and kind of allow them the opportunity to kind of do their work or get effing underneath his umbrella, which is you know, against commendable. So if older kind of disjointed this of the looks like they're seeing some outlet pieces like this. It looks quite interesting for the most part some of the bags quite cool. I'm sure the trainers will do very well for that. I like that kind of look there's some cookies is involved, but it's just a little bit too haphazard for me. And it never seems to ever tie-in always for in my opinion. I always full, I guess my opinion. I was fought. Maybe verger wanted of why to be like undercover right on the cover kind of doesn't really ascribe to the current trends does his own little alien thing. Which of the day is fucking incredible. He probably doesn't get the praise deserves. Buck is very kind of conceptual, but in a really easily digestible way right loads of their max lows of their overcoats jeans. Those are the boots could easily be. Adopted into like, you know, the the wolf of most kids that by the brands that they by now most your show ever on the covers Stockton, most places or whatever. But I don't see enough kids who probably should be wearing that should especially when you look at some of the older prince of the done at some of the kind of photo print on faces stuff. They don't have a brands will kind of worked enough in. They just do it in a much better way. So especially down the deficit diffusion lines it John number cover is Johnny on the cover of John McCall some of that. Right. Like, they do really good. When I always four it'd be the same sort of thing, we can just it's just like a standalone thing, but even the looks themselves. They don't really seem to kind of flow anywhere. Don't go anywhere. I dunno. I dunno. This GU pieces involved in it like some cookies, the I wouldn't mind wearing the trailers, quite somebody's fleas tops. Don't look too shabby. But I don't know. I'm just not sure where the disconnect is sometime with the clovinger he puts together. Like, I quite like this look quite interested in for me. You got here. A massive scarf of a a plaid looks might might be quilted a plaid shirts with some jeans and the boots. What was shook fairly decent for the most part? A quite like that. Look, I'm quite fond of the the suits again. There's a lot of again. Lows of these suits are back in. It but some deserted. I'm not really a fan of the slits in the middle the passionate sleeve, not really like an aloke of. Now might be often of what suits that moment. I saw Michael Jordan wearing one in the around on a catwalk. It kind of put me forever. I don't fit any kind of did a good job styling a suit on his muscular body for the most part of kind of did look odd. But yeah, there's some pieces that look, okay. I'm I'm kind of over the coach shows as well. If it's a men's wear shorts wanna see men walking on the show, especially if there's no ruler interesting tie in and really get the point of it. Again. There's some interesting pieces involved, but for the most part, it's just not for me. I'd say personally. The the suit dealers, quite cool. I'd say to over the coastal quite nice, good accessories. Goodbyes as per usual. Do you need to keep showing this so of logo on the web bell again on a runway? I'm not sure if you do need to show that anymore. You could probably take off the look and it worked just as well. Right. You don't need to see that anymore might wanna see moss envy. More interesting quite like this boat here with a kind of blueprint lover that looks quite nice. I'm not really mad at this look here with the kind of catsuit with the boots and football helmet. This on this goes belt in your ways to show. What that looks about a love of offsets look for Bill offsets, look probably the best of all of them. If we if we saw more of this in a collection after good, look really, well, this purple Puffer jacket looks insane. So long was that floor-length purple puffy jacket? Massive would not nice white pants some good deals in between. This looks really nice offering. The offset office will be the my fav- of the law has been of all of them. Again, fairly decent say, probably not my favorite of art collection. I'm sure if I have a favorite all in all if I have a crash, I like pieces from the brand of rock while at the cowboy boots, look quite nice, but just want to say a little bit more from him you'd hope so. And again, maybe it's the jumper. This isn't this acquire under eight I think so but to say Phoenix a couple even Louis tone showed I didn't get the praise. But maybe this is the consequence again being spread too thin. I don't think is different again. I think he's a freak. I think Virgil is kind of you know, the Krisher, and I did a lot of messy of kind of the street where fashion game I think he if anyone can do it. He can buy might be a consequence of being stretched too thin, right because she doesn't really feel cohesive. But then that being said, even before you stretch this fin he still didn't food that Kusa view guardless. There's some most pieces involved in it. But I think of what a question it doesn't really hit the Mark for me personally by offsets. Look, quite nice car. Here's liver. Call us, look, I'm okay with probably pass on that one. Buffing offset. So probably the most interesting of them all at say. Maybe the last couple and who is the main money at the end. So yeah, another sister shot guess for him. Maybe it's against never. It's just it's probably more important again just to see him on a runway for the kids coming up, and the fact that he's up he's doing such a high level to really hi, I'm assuming a ton of white must be fucking insane right for the closer. He manicotti puts out. I'm not sure if any I'm sure it will show that we that shows that runway makes it to stores as well. Because you know, the bios will be lapped up could this stumping console quite easily? So he's operating on that high level we'd like to really important jobs on top of whatever he has to do his own consultancy. I'm DJ around the world. So I do commend him for that overall. So maybe there is a different way to kind of judge. What he does he's not just sit in in the studio. Designing collections like our designers are doing which is again, which is not saying that's easy by say difference. When you're like, you know, you just will you? Vote. We have to focus on is the fashion. Right. When you did. So you have to maybe lend your hands of the business. I often don't stores, you know, having to curate playlist for apple music. Right. You can just maybe maybe you can apprai- in that level. When was doing that. Maybe when you're the virtual. Yep. Something's have to kind of go by buying have. Maybe do things Maza collective, you know, you've seen him always is designed team big him up and stuff and whatever. So maybe that's the reason why because there's so many people involved in design. He's collections that it kind of looks the way does as opposed to other people's cash, which kind of come from more of a singular voice. But there we go there we up to of white for four in the collection again. And maybe some nice outwear pieces of raw of offsets of says look for me was the premium favorite bow side of that nothing really to write home about so have ruled some kind of eagerly anticipating the movie tone. Sure that's coming up very soon. What else is next here? Oh hair precedent debut. Rahat press one way. This is something that was quite cool to see actually. And I'm gonna use this word, which I hate where people use it and only because I have I've had a couple of personal interactions with this person. And I kind of cranky is a cool guy by having seen this collection and seen it just enroll life wherever on the screen and roll like me calling the incident real life, but having seen this collection on the screen you every day and seeing what could the work that's gone into him. Get into this position kind of have to say, just you know out loud. I am super proud of her impress a think, regardless of what you may think of is clothes, regardless of what you might think of him as a person regardless you may think of whoever that whole crew in and so promotion wherever it may be I think yours have to commend. The fact he's been able to come into the space, especially the freshman space and be able to kind of carve is own lane miss something really commendable and something that doesn't go should be said more, right? I think Matthew Williams Virgil. Blow having Preston. They will kind of showing like runway collections in invoking Paris, which is fucking insane. If you think about these guys are started from doing their been show stuff, right? Who'd imagined from the bento ages now that we'd get these free different dudes with all their own single visuals doing things on their own right? And again, it's not they're not doing it just off the back of wherever finisher. They may have because you know, that time is long gone, right? You can't say now Virgils only where he is because Carney because so much time elapsed, right? You constantly Hans there because of Virgil Eva because some assignments labs, and you can't say the same thing about my nephew will. Williams and lady Gaga servants wrote. Right. You can't say that because so much time has gone posses. Now Bill is unbelievable from the reference from. So I feel all that is amazing. And again, it's foot to deceive impress and go from bootlegging Vinci Rottweiler TS to diss insan- insanely coin insanely vein. Inspiring for anyone out did us doing something crazy space to see that you can do as well in your own kind of unique in an interesting way, and even more impressive because Preston was never someone that struck me eels, never like a fashion guy. He was a guy that did. Call interesting projects. Right. He was someone that was very he was more of a maker like he kind of had that kind of sense of about Brian communications an expert in marketing like he's somebody that if he wasn't had if he didn't have his own collection. He'd been he'd be one of the best communication managers out there. Right. Like until activation in terms of getting the word out like he's probably one of the best. If someone wants to hire him, but he's been able to kind of get those skills and somehow. Slate into clothing, and maybe the fact that he's not fashion guy is what makes us close. Even better is what makes his clothes. More appealing. I'd say or I don't know. Like, I I like what he makes a like what he makes like what he does. I'm not. I'm not sitting here comparing him tonight, jump all goatee own forever by thing for that particular customer for that particular. Look, I think he doesn't really really well. Like, I think he's. Those kind of Instagram go outfits notice sort of like a crop tops with the kind of pajama elastic leg implants things over. I think he's one of the most underrated designers in that space. But he I think he does really I think he does file fits, but aphids right fitness into going for Alvis, really well better than forbid love designers out there. He really smashes it that kind of always tape on the front the style written in Russian cyrillic like it works. Really, well, and I kind of utilitarianism look with it with the kind of over or covert sexual hints with the kind of pull tabs in the in the finest in the in the harnesses, and the waistbands and stuff, I think was really were. But anyway, it's dive on to the collection and get his penis out of my mouth. But. It looks. It looks really good. I like this look this. Look we saw early on with the modern off white show. The kind of off the show the jacket that we saw few seasons back in when DEM Naw debuted or it came back into vogue people. Didn't people didn't really see it for while listening than a few times to follow it selene. But we saw it kind of comeback into trained or into style. When a demo debuted f- think of the first Balenciaga show when you had those kind of mountain parkas now hanging onto shoulder in couplets later you had those denim jackets hanging off the shoulder. So I kind of like, look I'm hoping that it's not just a styling thing. And it's actually like, you know, they've actually been cutting away because the blessed Iago one zero actually had a strap that you could attest your shoulder that can make a kind of hang off, and I know the a denim jacket. What's gonna cut in a way that lend itself to be kind of hanging off of the show lot more easier? But it looks really cool. I liked the little detail that he's kind of dumb for himself to a signature, orange tab on the outside sleeve against something. These are things again that, you know, just come from. Maybe the, you know, the experience talent he might have outside of fashion led this off. It's a nice little designed detail that can be spoiled from a mile away, which I think is really cool and goes on a goes unsaid, some cooler trainers here, though is saying that might be declared racial might not be the Inman shoot at home debut. Did he loves the flame to score and f is one of the kind of like signature pieces of hair person's kinda postal wardrobe for the most part just again, just coexisting close. I quite like him. Like, I think I'd wear literally. Everything's question is so incredibly wearable is incredibly easy on the eye it fits in with most people's wardrobes. I think for the most part we like those pens as well. To look the lady where nothing I'm assuming Nike collaboration glass may be cushion number two, some nice, jackets and bags and boots. Just really really resonates with me personally and looks especially like something that Herron himself anyways war. So again, great question from heroin debuted Davide at Paris fashion week, which is again, a cool thing to see someone coming from. You know, the forums all the way up to the lofty heights of the Pash runway show again, just really easy. To where like lows of my stuff again that Cup talk things. He does fucking Cole finished really under as stuff. They does for women Reese mesh it. This was a colored show. Let's really well. Because I think the Harry person that's Fetig, Linda, soft really well to this kind of you know, colored vibe because you know, it's less fashiony and more. So just closed. Nice clothes can what what really well in the pure sense of the word, and he is a person doing his best. Mark Jackson, the end looks really Coleman. So. Yeah. While onto the guy men, congratulations on the show. Well done next on the horizon. What we have here. Oh day w enersen show to debut collection. Paris freshman week. This is this is a facade Virginia went to showed in Paris, which is interesting because Libya was in Paris mistreatment. The he's probably main studio might be basic Pires to so might be trinity from to kind of kill to buzz one-star just due to work there. And we'll saw think in terms of competitive spirit under those guys once-a-day. They never met out loud. There's probably a politician that wants to kind of be in amongst the compensation. Right. You probably rights himself as highly or even more highly than the guys that kind of getting with the love now, and I had nothing is incredibly tunnel design ready myself. So I'm not surprised that you kinda went to kind of put himself out them be in amongst the fun. As a pirate day in Paris. Some interesting looks I like this hood thing that looks kind of medieval ish. It kind of minds me member. Those kind of mesh those black metal mesh things at the soldiers back in a medieval day just underneath their helmets will sometimes wear all across the face the whole cutout. So you can kind of like stop any knife attacks on your head insure wherever that kind of reminds you that kind of thing. Okay. Maybe we'll have a monkey vibe. But again, if you're talking about designed to combat just, quote, unquote, fashion, this is where the levels are at in it like this just looks insane. Everything about this is just incredible from the accessories. So the massive so of like bronze bracelets, look similar kind of innovator. What recovers it a few days ago massive braces with the big discs in between that kind look at? He could sly somebody with it. I'm not sure about these shorts with elasticated hem Bondo. They look a little bit nuts. I love the shoes. Things done them a few times. Right. One shoes. One pattern. She another pets in look incredible. Yes. Just just really Coleman gritty fucking cool. Great bags per user from J w on Sony kind of takes that kind of. Same soft texting sort of designers ability towards lower beta was have great bags even their story bat by company for the most popular again love the old shoes. I love the look centuries the bracelets on the sleeve, look really nice and only north fairly fairly fairly solid question from J w Anson they beating Paris runway show yesterday too. Yeah. Well, the no billion ask election. I think so one of my what am I face? So fine, Paris what few more big hits to come. That was that for now the next to list. Oh allows kind of one I think last couple before against us some other things Victoria Beckham showed pre folk Lixion as again, maybe he doesn't get the hype. She prayed that she deserves. But I think since Phoebe file was stepped away from selene. There is a void out then a market for designer that kind of pill to that kind of customer, right? That kind of middle-aged professional woman kind of got her shit in order who kind of wants to look he wants to look who wants to look in charge. But doesn't wanna look tomboyish? Right. You kind of just wants to look, you know, that she runs a place but with a little bit of femininity sprinkled in a little bit sex appeal. Right. And just great looking close as long things will be filed us. She just makes amazing looking clothes with women and the layer in the cost. Color palace Britain. And there's not there's not really someone else a fit enough weight. And it seems like Rebecca has taken that big big big decision decided to kind of try and avoid herself with her clincher that she does so far came back to London think the last season showing collection day, we should really good something. I was really impressed by of the setting and let the music of really call and pre foles kind of built upon that somewhat this fit model looks incredible. Actually now fish to not sure if it's kind of a purpose to kind of get someone look semblance of exhorted Becan. But in a way, the kind of dog stuff, but a fifth motor makes it look even better. But yet it looks here. Look insanely Goodman from the boost. I look at the look at the color palette here that cream would that dash of hot pink of the book on that hill. Just insane insanely good. How good that is. Right. This look here with the peep toe fire high boots look insane to like while the of show the green jumper with eleven ska like just insane. Like, everything is just so important. There must be a job impression for that ride. A personal just picks the colors because the color palette on. This is just really nice, man. I love the combination of these like, muddy kind of Browns and greens with hot pink shoes. I've never fought out work. But it looks really fucking good on again, a nicer hit their more gray with the. Thou jump Davis amazing with sleep? So pulled up a nice Hideto. This would look that you could easily replicate in your whole job. Looks fucking insane. With a with a camel of code, orange pants a nice office at locker blocked color sweatshirt role. Nekia open the signature pink shoes. While while while this'll pretty full looks incredible one of my favorite stations of seen so far Victoria Beckham pre full for in the collection. Looks amazing amazing like even this look here looks incredible right with the snakeskin print in the hot pink shoes. So nice is easily like, you know, if you want something to wear during the day working in an office. And then you want to go out for drinks with that going home and changing and stuff like easily any of these up is could easily kind of in a fit that Bill by Christmas. Look at us off it looks so good. So amazing is mobilised bang bang. Bang bang, bang Bain Bay, I recommend you check out Victoria Beckham for winter prefer question. Well guy. Recommend if you don't care then this. Okay, no problem. But yet I thought this was really good. Anyway, that's it for me, not too, much fashion. There. Let's move on up move on in apologize for extended fashioned tilt. But you know, why not into took about these things on times a little bit a little LA so features Apple's coming out seeing futures happens coming on Friday, right? I'm Luke re looking forward to a big future. Stan lover finish feature. Does futures my fucking guy. But it's been very interested to see future. Do a press run. Right something that he's never kinda done. You kinda permits won't do any interviews off that famous Tim Westwood if you way he kind of. To most with Austin one question, and he decided to go on a thirty minute. Or so run all kind of you know, may be a. Showing consciousness out that we bus or have maybe called him. This is one of the most legendary interviews you'd ever see. So recommend you check out. Tim Westwood Westwood Tim Westwood just west with mess with which you just and since then he he wouldn't do any more interviews. But now, it seems like he is right. You kind of kind of back in for his new album is kind of done the entire press. Run is going to told a major players and kind of gave him a bit of his mind about what he's got to thinking about this album, which was interesting. I'm not sure if that says something about his position in music at a moment where the merger of the gunners, the little babies and was other kids coming up has been as comes that. Maybe his star is dipping somewhat wherever clock wherever listener he had an a positive kind of going and found new people to listen to Sean may be recaptured Marquette and reengage customers or maybe there's a shift in the music industry where we're going to see maybe the death of surprise albums, unless you're like the top tier people like Ed share in Adel, these kind of big ticket people. Oh, Taylor swift. I think outside of those people are out of now seen maybe surprise. I was don't work in your. Favor, especially we don't give the customers enough time to get to know when you Abbas coming especially with the amount of stuff out there. It's interesting because it's kind of a bit of a contradiction is love music that people don't have time to listen to anything. But then it also feels like if you keep releasing stuff about lead will know that you're releasing or having a kind of rollout schedule or plan in place. Then it just gets lost right in the midst of everything that's around there. So you have to do both you kind of have to consistently drop music because it's put stuff out there to kind of make sure people always talking about it too often. Make sure that you're always kind of on, you know, on the pulse of things that's going on. And yet your reaction to what's happening around you and also showing you off a bit of flare. Right. If you're not as an you can of this definitely make thirty songs a day on a summer day for a month. Right. Then you should probably try and put that she out there just they can quickly get that quick feedback. Right. And you can just show people just you could just kind of flex your stick muscles. But it's also a part of if you wanna craft and you want to sit down in the studio and really kind of hone your craft and get it. Right. That's also fun. But you have to make sure people are weather, you're doing that. So he goes on to look forward to. So I finished a kind of a balancing. That's he has to do if you just kind of maybe w little bit. We're seeing a big rollout. But I think what we're seeing now is repositioning of future assesments when the weekend restart way, we heard a completely different from what we heard a mix tapes. And we heard the weekend kind of trying to go for the shots. Right. You mentioned in the few interviews. I think most notably. A really good interview that he did before we can did before he really stopped by billboard magazine, where he kind of spoke about hi, how difficult it is actually to write a pup a number one pop single, right? Because if actively you'll have to bring all these different audiences to give to kind of like your music, which is not something that everyone can do. So what we're seeing futures Bishop that still live at the two was I saw somebody who had kind of elevate themselves and kind of try to push themselves a bit further than the conventional. Rat pack that kind of exist or the traps of artists, and he wasn't just wrapping of he wasn't just wrapping up an instrumental. He wasn't just standing on the stage by himself. He had massive screens at the back that kind of changed the graphics depending on the songs that were playing he had lighting people yet this tier dancers on there. He had filed pyrotechnics like what you could see that. When I watch them. Oh, too was that this guy is trying to be a pop saw? He wants to be the biggest star that he can be right. It's not content which is being like the biggest star at club live. He wants to be like well known and industry. Name kind of household name in that regard. And anyway, it's do that is to create music that kind of covers a broad span spectrum of musical, tastes, it consciously one certain thing s to be more than that. And he probably has done it. Right equal because sit there and say I can do Moscow of ten times. Right. That's boring to him. Maybe toss us listening. Would it be about to him as much as might be boring? What's more interesting? Maybe to give him more introspective in a wreck would maybe to cover a bit more conceptual. Maybe two cub ration- that normally saw come maybe to change melodies sung structures challenge. Things things are changing to kind of get him up to those kind of levels where he can be headlining festivals. And that's what I'm unoccupied finis-. Whereas you probably would want to go to the the longest career goes or maybe he might completely which could switch because he mentioned before he's he's got new is getting full numbers. Maybe that might mean he's kind of taking more of a of a writing producing source long because we know he's has thrown is re lows of hits that we probably all wear and not aware of. So I'm sure there's something wants to do. But it just see how he's doing it and ways going about one interesting insights gleaned from the whole round of interviews was the explanation that he gave. Oh. Well, regarded ends nothing with genius, right? With a remarks when probably might be the worst dressed person hip hop outside of Joe Biden. But he mentioned is quite quickly here. How you got to the nutty nutty on the king is dead. The sons this Subject Food, that's essentially, it's a subject for program from there is right. So you mentioned how you kind of got on that track. And how you kind of that kind of verse came about in this little clip, I'm gonna play for you know. From genius that the hit implant jaywalks king's day with Jay Ryan, you know, featuring you're featuring casual with more. Then you had a verse it, I drove everybody. Crazy people didn't know whether to love to hate it. And they ended up loving. I seen the whole Madison Square Garden when she performed up everybody. One up in the became this thing like this cultural phenomenon where you're going to plug is the point that everybody. That you know, that was going to happen. Like when you're in the studio when you like this is, you know, you kind of change the voice different than it was like, you know, what is that fi? You know, what's funny to buy that? He's right will rub rubber saying there is a pot whenever you're in a club. And he hit us on come. Let's apply that everyone can't wait to sing and say, but what I dropped. And you had on the when you heard it through MP free wherever it may be streamed it whenever it went out. When I moved onto ready. Hip hop heads subway forums, everyone was complaining about that bit. How he ruined a song? Right. So the people in the floor rooms we've been chatting on nine who everyone's kind of trying to cater to hate it on. Yes. You played that out loud. So people enroll life they love that bit. So it's like, I'm not sure if it's like the people in the incident were purposely kind of like pooh-poohing because they didn't want to act didn't when he wants to know daylight something so base and something so stupid and non-sensical or is the fact that there was a route this minute between what people like on sale if you actually like enroll life. I dunno. And it just credits. You said. It could when I did it. I did another verse. And then at the end, I did a lot of part, but that was my favorite part. But I was like man, I'm just Bush, and I'm just playing around. So I did diverse. I I did a verse for the song. And then I just did entity interest case they want to keep you like outdoor or something. And then he kept like Hendrickson. Gravitated? I didn't even do and died. I actually lifted at the end of the song. He put it in the versus. So shut the Kennedy for doing that. That's coin. That's awesome. It right. Dying. Oh god. Undying shit. Maybe good to know story. Why is that? He does what happened before? I die is put my head of Molly, Bob, obviously. No. Our into so now. Good. Okay. Composure done Jesus Christ. The hospital is a worse in it. Cope is what is the worst Bedwar? Is mounted show. Now Pena might be a good time to stop and to end. I must shooting in this been exercising shepherd said number one four five as always foot measure regarding what shut me on my site x nosing dot com. 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Trends in Machine Learning with Anima Anandkumar - TWiML Talk #215

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

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Trends in Machine Learning with Anima Anandkumar - TWiML Talk #215

"Hello. And welcome to another episode of twin? We'll talk the podcast y into interesting people doing interesting things in machine learning and artificial intelligence. I'm your host Sam Charing ten. To close out twenty eighteen and open the new year. We're excited to present. To you our first ever AI rewind series in this series. I interviewed friends of the show for their perspective on the key developments of twenty eighteen as well. As a look ahead at the year to come. We'll cover a few key categories this year. Namely, computer vision, natural, language, processing, deep learning machine, learning and reinforcement learning. Of course, we realize that there are many more possible categories than these that there's a ton of overlap between these topics and that no single interview could hope to cover everything important in any of these areas, nonetheless, we're pleased to present these talks and invite you to share your own perspectives by commenting on the series page at twin malay- dot com slash rewind eighteen. In this episode of our AI rewind series were back with the Nema a non Kamar Brin professor at Caltech and now director of machine learning research at Invidia to discuss her take on trends in the broader machine learning field in twenty eighteen and beyond and our conversation. We cover not only technical breakthroughs in field. But also those around inclusivity and diversity enjoy. All right, everyone. I am on the line with Ana an Kamar anima is the Bren professor at Caltech in the CMS department, and as of a couple of months ago, the director of machine learning research at Invidia as well as being a good friend of the show, you can hear her previous conversation at Tomo talk one forty two on amo- Walken back to this week in machine learning, and I can't Salat Sam it's great to be back the past few months have been so exciting. And so happy to see you do this show reviewing the year. It is going to be a fun conversation. I am sure. I am sure. Before we get to far in. Maybe you can kinda share a little bit about what you're up to Invidia. Yeah. It's being an exciting couple months at n media as we have released so many new frameworks. And we have many new researchers and the engineers and others. Join us and Myra Liz director of machine learning research there, and that means I wanna focus on core. Algorithm. Mc problems. You know, how do we optimize neural networks and principle way or generalize? Think about reinforcement learning generative modelling so broad class of machine learning questions, but focusing on the core algorithms analyzing them running careful scientific studies and at the same time connecting with all the really interesting applications that we are seeing today. We're also speaking right on the tail end of neuropathy neuro speaking a new name for the neural information processing systems conference new name, which you helped initiate, maybe can you maybe share a little bit about your experience. That neuro this year as well. As your thoughts on the name change. Yes. Yes. In so happy to while see narrow take important stance on diversity and inclusion in addition to haven't technical advancements. This is so critical because I feel like we are at the cusp where we can either, you know, have a democrat is Asian of AI and have diversity and creativity. From all the groups coming in all we could have it closed off to only a certain kind of individuals right than the latter would be a sad to Incan for the world on for a and so I'm happy this year that there was so much focus not only on diversity and inclusion but also on societal impacts. I know AI fairness at. Aches, and we have people coming from those expertise in those X petits into the conference, and that just makes it such an amazing place. You know, I think it's changed for the better. That is so much awareness now about these issues affecting the underrepresented communities, and in a more allies coming to these diversity rents, right? It's not an event that's only for those groups, but it's more of understanding these use those groups face, and how the rest of the community can help bring in people from diverse backgrounds, and to me the name change, the whole experience was part of this push for diversity and inclusion in when we saw last year that was in many issue. Issues where the name was used as a way to make fun than Makino have jokes that bothered and sexual harassment. That is a problem and to me. Yes, in some people may argue it's just a name or it's just a joke cred. But that are deeper issues that the name change help does. Explore. I mean, I was personally very surprised at the amount of trolling received where I spoke up about it. And that's why so many women cannot speak up about it because they feel threatened. And so the broader issues of how do we make this a safe on an inclusive environment for everybody, and I'm so happy that they're so many male allies in a ho- strive to understand the issues better in the kept asking me throughout this conference. How do we make this better for everybody? What can I do? How do I help? Right. And that's why this is being just a unique experience in have never experienced conference like this before. It was it was a really amazing conference for me as well. A couple of levels. I I think there's been kind of a blooming of these different interest groups at the conference so women in machine learning has been around for quite some time. And as. Met in conjunction with with the conference. But last year for the first time, I attended the the black guy workshop, which was the first time for that workshop the second time this year this year. There was added Latin necks in. As well as several others. I would add create an I, and that's was also the town hall on diversity and inclusion where all these groups came together and discussed how there were unique problems for each groups, but also common once right? And then there is the whole issue of intersection -ality that a person may not just belong to one group, but several groups, and how do we think about this issue and for technical community so much of this is new, and we are having experts from other areas, really educators on these issues. What I thought was was really interesting was the way at least in the the black eye workshop both the technical issues as well. As these intersection -ality issues were all kind of weave together. I don't know it just as as an African American. Technology often the only person in the room for much of my career and to be in a room where? There are so many some many not only African Americans but Africans and black folks from all over the world talking about cutting edge machine learning in. As well. As the broader issues surrounding not just our communities, but other communities is left, really inspired. And then beyond that to see in the broader neuro conference. The extent to which some of these issues like not just diversity inclusion. The fairness accountability transparency they really took a kind of a top line played a top line role. I think in this year's conference unlike last year, or I didn't notice it to to that extent last year. So very very nice to see I agree s and in a lot being made ING lawyers up all makers in oh people with experts in ethics and who you coulda DiMaggio. And the owner of having these kind of people, you know, attend a few years ago on that site in great for the field. So that was certainly some an important development for twenty eighteen. And so maybe we use that as a jumping off point to talk about some of the things on the research side that you your most that most caught your interest in the in the past year, right? Sam. There are being a lot of development. So I'll just pick a few doesn't mean that you know, that the other not important there as just so vast, right? I'm bats lots exciting to be a researcher today because we have so many domain censo- many new fall a kind of perspectives coming into. So some of the highlights personally for me, one paper, I would make is this weedy to weedy. Oh, synthesis on that appeared here at Europe's with the group of n radio researchers, and what's really novel here is how to take this idea of image to emit synthesis to videos, right? So for the past few years synthesizing images through Ganz has been very popular. And then the next step was if you already have an image. Can you transform it? A certain way to output another image, right? Like, the idea of cycle Ganz and are the frameworks to do that. Well, but when you think about the way deals this is much more challenging because you have to maintain temporal coherence, and you have to generate it for that all length of time in a nice smooth manner. And so there were many new advances in this paper are the main wanna would call out as the spatial temporal adversarial objectives. So it's not just the space. It's not just the time. But the to have to come together and this achieves good quality, synthesis. Lesko horan's. So you need to think of these multiple objectives being achieved here and the show that it's possible to generate two k resolution videos of street scenes up to thirty seconds long using only input semantic segmentation max, and these segmentation maps were obtained from render. Right. So the idea is now you can think that, you know, you only get very quick simple inputs from render, and then you can actually use the Gan or loan frameworks to generate the output radios while and so there's a lot of promise in this area. Videos are always much harder than images in so many ways than them happy to see the sterile moment. So in their approach to they use. It sounds like you're saying they used just multiple objectives. As opposed to a second adversary. Or critic were they like doing adversarial in multiple dimensions time and space or did they somehow combined those two objectives with the same adversary? It was a single advisory, but it spatial temporal objectives. So you combine both of them together. You mentioned the. The something about a rendering can you elaborate on that? So in this case, the render was used only to get the semantics meditation maps, right? Like, you know, what are the what is the area of the pixel that has the car what is the area of the pixel that has the background, right? And then the whole filling in was done using the GAM framework, and you could think in future, you could have like a mix of renderers doing some of the rendering task, and then gone helping it on kinda having combines Fritz system there's been so much interesting were happening in the that happened in the Ganz space this year. Remember, the another one that that was really interesting was the photo realistic images. I think also from in video researchers that really pushed the bar very. Far for what these Gant these generated images could look like, that's right. That's right. That have been progressive Ganz. There has been the began paper, right? Like, how do we really push to very high resolution and ultra realistic images? And I think these are exciting developments in applied deep learning and can be applied in a lot of interesting areas. Do you see Ganz being applied beyond the image domain to other types of information? I think the idea of having a competent optimization right at the core of that is the generator and discriminator, but it could think of other kinds of competition that's applicable in so many problems some, and if you want robustness, you now have this competition, if you have multi-agency systems, you know, you this framework would be applicable so. I would say the core. Algorithm make side. Yes. That are a lot of connections. So video video synthesis. What else has caught your eye this year? Yeah. So on more the territorial front. I will talk about some of the works way in doing looking from a different perspective. Right. So I just said I've been excited about Gant's and Gasa great for now generating this photo realistic images. But what about applications where it's not good? Right. So so what it up legations wear gone is not that easy to use. And that's for semi supervised learning and other frameworks where you need to use the generator process to help supervise task. And in this case, these are two separate systems again is separate from your conversational neural network, which does the product. Shen, and it's very messy to try to combine both of them. Instead, we came up with the framework. Call neural rendering model that tries to build a generative process right into your conversational network rather than having a separate system and its goal is not to generate good-looking images, but to ask what of the relevant. He done variable Sunday in what is the relevant wary ability. I need to capture in the data into the sock Kong volition lead tour such that I can do semi supervised learning while and I can also regularize my supervised learning in a nice way so intuitively what it's doing is. It's taking this conversational network, which is a feed forward system and tries to reverse it. But then that is information loss when you're going through this network. So you're not able to perfectly raise the system. Instead what it's doing is saying. What is this uncertainty in reversing the process can capture that while cana- capture it across all the scales, and that gives me a measure of variability and uncertainty of each image. And we get state of the art results supervised learning in this case what are the evaluation criteria? Or what are the experiences to running in? What are you comparing it to? Yes. In semi supervised learning the task is you have both labeled and unlabeled data. Right. And you can do that with benchmarks. Lexi for imagine that that are few other datas, and the key is you have very little amount of label data and a lot of unlabeled samples. Can you still get good? Accuracy a lot why this is a much harder task on fire. That's right on the on the hell out tests set right where you have to go on label that, but it will only have few labeled example. In your training, data set. How does the performance compare between supervise and semi supervised? How how much of the gap of Liebman able to make up for not having the labeled training data? I would say this is still very much an answer problem in the gap is significant, especially when you think of imagine at scale are on a large number of categories. And I think that's why a lot of new works will be looking into this on alternately in many other domains. We cannot have so many label examples, and how do we use all the unlabeled data to help the supervise task? I would to hot problem to tackle. And so the this kind of reverse pass that you're describing that is trying to capture the variability in these images. How does that variability lead to? Lead to performance on the the forward pass. I'd say I would say a primary challenge in machine learning is capturing unfilled anti Val. Right. So if you look at the soft max at the very end of this conversational networks, they don't do a good job their series. So clerk saw saying why and try to fix that. But instead we are saying you don't try to capture the answer. Not only in the last layer you want to capture it at all layers. Brooklyn in each layer, the processing is progressively losing information. And at what rate is this happening? For instance, your distinguishing cat and dog at which layer is like more confusing than the others. Right. And this is a hard problem. And we are finding a way to automatically capture that across the scales. Are so another interesting one, what's what's next on your list? So another paper that coming out another paper that came out of my group at Caltech has been on sinus Chidi, which looks at gradient, compression. So in a right now when most of the training happens in a centralized way, right? Like if there are devices like not devices, the sent to the cloud all the machine learning happens there, and then the data sense back, but you can think. In the future that will be more of the demand for learning on the edge, especially if you have a lot of video streams, it is becoming impractical to send everything to the cloudy. Just don't have enough bandwith to do that. And so in these settings in low bandwith distributor training settings. How do they do good machine learning? And in this case, you need to compress the gradients. So Ye devise does its own pool of data computes the gradients, but insert of Senator in full precision in our paper. What we asked was if you only send the sign of the gradient, right? So you it appears you're losing a lot of information. If you send only the sign water stain packed. Can we study that? And what we did was steady both from the tirico perspective as well. As the empirical one on bridge the gap, and that's why Memphis sizing this paper because we need more. That bridge the theory and practice together on the technical side. What we asked was what is the rate of convergence on the training data compared to the full precision as Chidi, right? I fall in is it even clear that taking the sign will converge. Will it go to eat or training error? And it turns out. Yes, you can get zero training error. And that's because intuitively when they gradient is large even just taking the sign means that you're descending in the right direction. And the answer. We in fact, also argued that there Soden quantities like density of radiance and smoothness and other properties under which we can expect it to have the same rate of convergence as the full precision has treaty. And then we went to emperor co studies on the asked. Okay. Now, can we see that happen? And we saw this converge. You know, very fast, and we also built efficient compression algorithms. So that really could increase the throughput and get the games of compressed gradients. And and what we found was on the generalization side. We were getting almost similar accuracy as the full precision as Chitty right on. That's why this interface between systems on machine learning so hard to characterize because there can be a lot of free lunches. We are conversing gradients but still maintaining accuracy. And we can also now ask theoretically why, you know, this is the case, and I would love to see more works like this that try to grits Tyrian practice on systems machine. Learning mentioned building of of. Compression? Democarcy compression algorithm or some compression aspect of this. Can you elaborate on that? At the sign is easy to to get. What what are you need to specifically due to? To kind of support this model. That's right. Sam in our wasn't talking of a sophisticated compression algorithm. Okay. But more details of you know. So if you now take the sign, how'd you like kind of combine across all the parameters and used the right Khuda primitives to make this efficient. Right. Like, you need to also worry about in a when Nigel know in what farm you're keeping this on how you're broadcasting it into the system. Okay. Okay. So more the distributed components of it. And how everything gets pulled together? That's right. I mean the systems details, but it's important to about that, right and many papers stop at either doing the technical analysis are like asking what happens to accuracy, but not coming up with fishing diplomatic missions that also get the hardware gains. Okay. So what's next? Yeah. So the next paper is one that's a negative result. So this is coming again from my group at Caltech, and I wanna emphasize it is it's very hard to publish negative results. Right and people don't want to talk about negative results. And you know, we tried for a long time to of course, get a faucet result. That wasn't our goal in the beginning to. Right. And I get to results paper. And it also took me a lot of convincing my students to say, no, you know. It's so care. We you've done a lot of work. And this is the honest results. Let's get this out there. And in this case what we were trying to do was to combine model based on model free RL are infotainment learning. So another popular ask for goal and other examples what you have is not just the deep Q network. But you also have the Monte Carlo tree search right so meeting you have the tree of all possible actions on your growing this to a large tree debt in the case of alpha goal, the street was of debt in the hundreds. And so no these trees grow exponentially. So you can imagine this is a very at the end that the number of leaves is very huge. And this takes a lot of time. More importantly, this requires all these. Environmental interactions ride. Like you need to ask the environment. What happens on the reach action on keep growing this tree? And in the real world. This would be impossible like we could never roll out to such large tree that. And if you're trying to simulate a Mauri Listrik real world example, you could possibly do this only four shot tree that's at because for the longer ones. They would be to hire at a propagation. So that's the motivation to ask what we can do with short trips. So when we started out thinking about the paper, our idea was in a wave us again like framework to learn the dynamics in predicted for a few time steps and the then like two three John dick Yuan combinations. And argue that this will give us a good result. That was our initial idea because then that's a motivation of like, oh, you cannot take. This to a moral ultimately realistic example, where you can simulate an instead of Trump interacting with the real environment. You do the simulator. And we literally worried about the model mismatch between what's being simulated on the real world right on those issues. But as we went through it turned out to be very different project. And that's where I encourage other. Researchers to also adapt to ride like a women go with Norwich Malaysia. And if that doesn't work out there may be so many other interesting things you find the as you go through the experiments, and in this case what we found was for the class of Atari games. It was actually quite easy to simulate them yesterday are simple images. But we were still surprised in terms of forecasting up to like ten times steps, you know, they did almost perfect. Like, you couldn't tell the real image from the generated one in a racially. You couldn't tell them apart. And a so, okay. That was easy. We thought the Gan part would be hard. But that was easy. And what was now surprising was even this perfect immolation? We were not able to get good results. In fact, I'll take it back in the first game the pong, which is simple game Bhagat. Really good results. We got you know, we showed that with just half the number of samples you could like beat the baseline day Cohen or the DD coup on network, and so that's promising now we're like, okay Rescale up two more games than we will ride the paper. But as. And no and to as we started the doing these experiments on it was performing worse than DD QN. It was performing worse than random policy, and we're like, okay. What's going on in old? Like is there a bug gum in like, you know, what else can we do? The so many tweaks the students did and in a saw commun- Brandon Hoover, mainly doing the experiments and still it did not work out. And so then we took a step back and asked. Okay. Why is this the case? So turns out that if you're using the short tree that sweaty are TQ n model it can be worse because you're not getting the negative expedience sweaty. Well, right. So so think oh, the analogy I would give as like a helicopter parent like not getting these kids to make mistakes, always like covering. I told her about the kids and making sure they are, okay. And like kind of protecting them. So these shot free debt the Monte Carlo tree. Search is doing the same. Let's say the agent is near fire where in a few went into the fire you'd get killed you'd get a very large negative reward. And that would happen with the day cwm because there is no protection. But it would learn okay. I should avoid the fire because I'll get killed, but you have the smarter collar tree. Search it Luke out a little bit in to the future and realize oh, no. I shouldn't go to the fire because I will get killed. So I will award the fire. Right. So it takes a long time just awarding the fire never getting killed but not making good progress either. And that's why you need large tree dubs because then you have a global view right out. Then you can do really good decisions. But having this mile picture. Treat up actually hurts. You more than helps you are you planning to extend this based on the success that you had with the prediction part. Yeah. So I mean, certainly on the assimilation side in a hallway can simulate the dynamics in different applications in even real applications in modern control systems that we are very interested in and also, you know, now the question is how can we fix this riot efforts? Not disclose ical Monte-Carlo Trach ridiculous water. Other reinforcement learning algorithms that could help us combine the model based with the model free reinforcement learning cruel. So I think you had like seven papers. We've got four of them. What else? What else have you found? Interesting this year. Yes. The other two are more. I would say the application of AI to the signs on this. Gonna be this has to be the future. Right. We need to go on impact the scientific questions in the very fundamental discoveries. I think that's really important, and I'm happy to see two papers that I think have been great one of them is called the face link. It's a deep learning approach to cease McCaw face association. And this is from my colleague e song you at Caltech who's also machine learning professor and other states might call researchers at Caltech and here the goal was to ask can we link the unknown phases. From different sensors for common out quake. Apparently like these phases are not known on. This is something you need to do when you have so many different sensors that trying to sense the same communist quick. And in this case, it's challenging. Because you don't know the how many sources like is just one at quick shutter is happening in different places and these events could be happening frequently in time. So it's not just one shutter, but multiple ones and there's overlap, and how do we disentangle lawless? Well, right and the challenge here was that there is little. A real data. I mean, I think at Caltech we have the longest recording. So cease MC activities at least in the United States goes back almost a century. But this is still not enough. If you want to come up with a very good model nine especially for deep learning, which is data hungry. So instead what the researchers did was a simple line than affect to approach where the simulated synthetic sequences. So that something known as the P may when this wave these different kinds of waves are not quakes. And so the simulated ball these kinds they are able times were generated using just very simple, one dimensional velocity model to know. This was nothing complicated in a wear always when we are generating synthetic data. We're worried is this realistic enough? But what was surprising in this case was the? Simple synthetic model van tens of millions were sequences were used combined with real data was very effective. And to me, the intuition as this is N coding all the physics of the waves in NFL two way dry to the basic physics is coated. Well, and then with some amount of real data any additional variation since able to also capture and in also to me, this is a good example fall going into a different field understanding the problems in that domain well through the domain expert and in a coming up with the fairly simple machine learning solutions. But had that have big practical impact, I've certainly seen in my conversations with folks on the applied side that they can accomplish a lot with some fairly basic tools that. The m. Have provided. So with with deep learning their tons of applications that can dramatically simplify some of some of their previous workflows as researchers that aren't particularly complex that are fairly off the shelf applications of for example, image classification or deep learning classified as our predictors. So I agree to the extent that the mission owning principle is simple. But at the same time this required close collaboration between the machine learning expert at the domain experts. Right. Like, it's not a plug and play approach it. And I believe in most applicants it won't be right. I just taking the standard deep learning. You'll usually don't have enough data, and you have to see out to augment the data or how you should do semi supervised learning while I'm that's why in this is usually requires close collaboration and not just the domain experts using some of the shelf machine learning tools. Yeah, that's fair. And I think. You know, there's often that the the challenges come up in the data side getting enough label data or coming up with tricks to improve sample efficiency, or I've also talked to folks that have to kind of customize their objective functions to to do interesting things. But it's not like they're using. He no exotic things like Ganz, very often at this point. That's right. And I would always just people start with the simplest things in all Muhsin, this mentoring session with foreign force met learning. The topic was reinforcement learning, and there were many people coming from the applied side and asking when they should use reinforcement learning, and my answer was only when someone puts a gun to your head. I mean, if you run out of everything else, and there is no nothing else that works, then try reinforcement learning because reinforcement learning is expensive rights one ask in a how much knowledge do I already have what kind of pre-trade models or factor, and do I really need to explore here. Although I have enough data to begin with. I mean, these are all things you want to think about rather than blindly applying reinforcement learning, and you mentioned the next paper on your list is kind of similar vein an application on the science side. That's right and also on the system science. So this is the paper on X scale deep loaning for climate analytics and this one the garden bell prize. The Sierra the supercomputing conference and to me, this is very exciting. Because for the first time this broke the XL ops barrier. Right. So to me, it's mind boggling the scale of computations, we're able to do. Now, this had the scaling up to twenty seven thousand cheap eels, and this is on the Neil summit supercomputer, and traditionally supercomputing has been very sepia based on now are taking this to the next level which appeals is very exciting. And the other question is now what kinds of applications can we do on the super computing traditional eight has being hedge PC in a kind of climate modeling. So there are like these known climate models on how we simulate this. Right. But in this case, they unique thing was to combine those PC models with deep learning architectures specifically, they applied segmentation architectures to climate data sets, and they achieved state of the art by the pattern masks, and they had bought the p sixteen core. The traditional PC operations nights with this kind of mixed precision and mixed operations of both hedge PC anti planning together. I think will be the future in the sciences. It's interesting as minor standing from conversations that for quite a long time. Maybe I don't know if it's machine learning or GP base architectures weren't really appreciated in the supercomputing community. And for example, I think the anecdote that I heard was that that was really the reason why Genton and Invidia created GTC because they couldn't, you know, the researchers that were working on couldn't get any papers accepted at supercomputing. You know, that community is hard to break into at so many other I can go into the sociological factors. Right. And that's because they are in the big labs the big national labs and the people who trained on those traditional supercomputing for decades, and they don't wanna more way. So I still see these issues, but this is where we need like, especially anger, people say like, okay note that is so many new developments that this is inevitable. Right. Like we have to move from those traditional supercomputing and claim with machine learning. They demanded these high precision operations, no sixty four bit operations right on bats ignoring machine learning everything is thirty two bit so lower. And that's because what in Michigan in the ideas. What we? Computing enemies, inherently uncertain on. We don't need high-precision whereas in traditional hatch P C, the idea is noble precisely maintain the uncertainty. Quantification I didn't some this is super important, right? There are certain cases where this is needed. But in many others, the model itself, they're using has a big mismatch ride like if you're using linear model, Andy one this high precision, you could argue is really need it. And so what I believe is. We should revisit and ask. When do we need this very high precision computations are there other parts of the pipeline where record relaxed some the switch gears a little bit and talk a little bit about your kind of your predictions for twenty nineteen more broadly, the the near future in machine learning in a I and in particular wanna start with. In. What are you most excited about when you can think about? Where we are today. All that we've accomplished in twenty eight teen the, you know, the struggles of twenty eighteen that you're intimately familiar with. What what are you most excited about going forward or looking forward? I think twenty nine t n now Welby great year of far really expanding the horizons. Ran the way with think of machine learning Greider, I think they'll be hopefully less of leaderboard chasing myopic gains in not deploying more. Now, see more of a holistic approach and integration with the other sciences with humanities in a stronger way. Paul going beyond standard supervise learning in a way. Nobody well that the, you know. You know, scenario swear, the train machine learning models are used will differ so much from the training. Beta can we come up with new frameworks to detect these domains shifts in especially in safety critical. Applications can we come up with ways to on online in as we are getting the sun Nunan stationary data? Right. Can do lifelong learning a never ending learning and keep getting new knowledge. And when we go to these new domains, can we infuse that domain knowledge, for instance, can we ask what is the knowledge of physics? We can already Bill them if especially we wanna do learning on our robots or drones in other so much that's already the control people have developed, right? We can't throw away. There is no way. Instead, the, you know, the question of do we bring in learning in a principle way because for control systems, for instance, you want stability, you cannot? Throw that away. Right. Whereas by themselves are not stable. How do we Anabel that? And we had some initial work this year on enabling stable landing of drones with stability guarantees. So those kinds of collaborations across different expertise in different groups that what I hope to see more in twenty nineteen. I'm curious you mentioned one of the papers that you highlighted was reinforcement learning in. Of course, you your comment about it being a tool of last resort. The expect to see that change much in twenty nineteen. How close do you think we are to the point where our Alba comes? A useful can of general purpose tool for folks, not in a research community. I like that Sam how you put me at a spot because. No, yes. I work in in for Smith learning to clarify have a great student on the market Camara's is other who is done amazing reinforcement learning work, and we certainly should do the principal approaches. Ask what would reinforcement learning do in different scenarios one of the algorithms, and how can we analyze them? And when it comes to the practical setting, my comment was don't blindly apply right is what you need here is enforcement learning, and to me, some of the most interesting work will be in the robotics side. So I talked about my Caltech project of for landing of drones and autonomous flying drone. So this is where we need the domain expert, but we also need precise measurements. So in this case in the cast facility there we have a unique winter sting facility for drones where we have thirteen hundred programmable fans that can. Generate all kinds of wind conditions, and we can get precise data on how the drone would react to now. Armed with this data. It can ask what kinds of reinforcement learning and machine learning we can do very well because without this. You know, that is no hope of trying to improve the systems and data collection is important. And when you have less of this real data. That's when we need very physically precise simulations on this is where NVIDIA I believe we have the unique capabilities to do simulations extremely well. So that are two frameworks that is flex on. Physics physics is a framework away. Made it open source recently earlier this week here at neurons, which is simulating real world, physical behavior. Very precisely. Right. Like think about. How if you have a damage to a building all you have like movement of the clot, they the how do we make them realistic and flex is a system that is also by, you know, high fidelity GPO based physics simulator, and it simulates these bodied body dynamics, very well and Dadi to FOX at NVIDIA, and his group has been using flex very effectively to close the gap from simulation to real. So the main idea is you may not even know what to simulate in the simulations, right? You need the real world experience that that trying to manually tune want to simulate what they're doing now with doing a little bit of a real world rollout. And based on that experience learning what to simulate next and so going back back and forth between simulation unreality and. Believe in twenty nineteen. We'll see a lot more of such simply all applications and data lead to more from realistic. Robotic impact more realistic impact in robotics there. Some specific predictions for can of what you expect to see in in your area in an M L more broadly in the next year or so. So the main one is moving beyond just supervise learning semi supervised learning asking what are the relevant channel modeling. How do I capture uncertainty in relevant way in the base? You neural networks. How do I design them in the right way? And through that. How do I do better active learning? A how do I do domain adoption better? How do I scale up the algorithms wide understanding these trade offs between systems machine learning? I think we'll see a lot more of those kind of interdisciplinary questions as well. As the core machine learning questions any parting thoughts before we finish up. No, I think I should say like twenty eight teen has been personally a challenging year because I have had I think the time to entrust back more on the societal. Impacts of machine learning and the hallway can improve diversity in intrusion machine learning, and I think the euros now ending in a good note while especially at Newroz as I'm seeing so much overwhelming support. And hopefully, we can improve that with that come up with new creative approaches to machine learning, hopefully, less of the media hype more of motive serious podcast what I'm doing right now. Yeah. And I've been very will Colin dispelling some of the high than the medicine I hope to continue to do that from tastic while Nima. Thank you so much for all of your work in the space and for taking the time to chat with us about it. Thanks, a lot Sam this is a pleasure. All right, everyone. That's our show for today. For more information on the Nema or any of the topics covered in this episode. Visit to me I dot com slash talk slash to fifteen. You can also follow along with our rewind twenty eighteen series at to me, I dot com slash rewind eighteen as always thanks so much for listening and catching next time. Happy holidays.

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That was literally the picture that we don't spend a little while. I know that has been minute. Sweater actually is nice and it's not. It's not iron on their part of the sweater for the auto listeners. In blue. Because I didn't tell you about this. Neither I have this ironically texture. Really comfortable is It's actually Christmas. Sweater and in the middle is ROB's printed face in front so you're big pecks. Yeah and got my pillbox. The gallic a couple of Christmas presents guest this was mind. Yeah and I couldn't resist and we also got other stuff from the Po box folks. We gotTA shout out to the guy who knows about cookies and stuff a good thing. You didn't spill that. I know I should really bring the letter. So we know the names So so unfortunately the guy that sent this just has to know that we know we know we know. Yeah we just don't we don't remember the name right now but I have the letter. Okay thank you Craig. Gas S.. Maybe it was not credited. It's probably not and after listening to the podcast about rob dependence cookies and Orioles. He sent us the dippers. The Orioles Crag Greg now I no longer had to get my fingers wet too now rob can understand what it's like to eat smarter not harder. Wow Yeah that's great game up with on the spot for that also had I don't know if you listen to the podcast. Oh they definitely watch videos and streams and they saw that I played titanfall two and so they sent me well. I think you're the only guy who still playing fall to actually. Have you not heard about it. I mean I heard that like it was free playstation plus the senator video pop it had more players like concurrent players that month Ever a so weird. I guess like the playstation free game really works that at one point like ninety thousand people at once he's just was like does your clan still like active in that because I know you still had a clay we got. We're like fifth-biggest behind like if yes so they so this person was head on this project and they worked with respond right uh-huh and knitted these die cast models and so they're six random guns okay and so she sent me like twenty four because I have a whole other box collect them all so I'm sure sure I have them all now. If I open them you can go ahead and open it okay. I'm a little hard more than likely GonNa get a Mozambique. Yeah let's see. Well I don't think because Oh exciting here we have The the the two triple take I think that's I should know that one but I don't the are nine And all comes 'til mealy weapon no no no so what one of them is the stand of you can put it. But they're actually really high quality and for audio listeners and just enjoy the PO box opening. I didn't know we were going to do is a sweet baby. Po Box right here. Hopefully I'll put it. Okay good. I'll talk to that guy. Good Guy Pretty good. Look oh I got a g to scout actually yes good one rob. Ah Yes. 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Agatha K we tried wasn't Agatha but thank you I got some other stuff. I got the Koran. Ya Ah translated with nothing. It was literally just address my po box and it was the Koran. No letter so misplaced it. I've seen the light now. Some other stuff I oh olive an oppa even got a card themselves away. They didn't care about me. Was it written in dog. No okay but it was from. I think it was from the Netherlands. And Yeah somebody else like. His dogs addressed our dogs and they will picture. The dogs have killed will pen pals. Yeah there's a I think a pug and a chocolate lab. I was taught you know what man I was talking about. Somebody who has a pug not a fan of pugs man. They just like they're all been your shit. They breathe very heavily in their eyes. Look like they're about to explode. I think breaks out. I think the draw pugs is at your taking. The sweet sad thing that at any moment could die. But that's the drive it like. Are you struggling to breathe. You like Burgers. In between that and bulldogs I know like bulldogs their prom with like just straight up just saliva though if I can make it a bull did I would which is like weird. 'cause I wouldn't pug but I'd get a bulldog Beck at the gym. I used to work at when I was in college. It was like this. Small underground like muscle had Jim. Kim was run by a previously. It was at that apartment that I buy right and it was run by a guy who like competed and Mr Olympia and so his dog it was a girl bulldog just was there all the time super sweet but yet just yet. Hey Yeah the super nice and everything but thank you. Yeah but at the same time so anyway. That's the intro. I'm glad we're back though. Long Hiatus First Episode Twenty. Twenty little did you guys know we. We were not gonNA come back for this decade but we haven't done the podcast since last decade as somebody had to do it had to do it. It didn't I don't understand why we tell people about the audio because I still had questions like every other day about. Hey you know where the oil is. Hey audio's but you know what that means people care I know and that's great but we told you where it is all right and thing is audio should now be caught up episodes are up. And ideally this episode soot should be going live. Hopefully the the same Dan you up if not the next day Lori and it's not not that we hate you audio listeners. We mentioned it that whole thing with a studio and the holidays is messy. But we're back. We're not that the shows not canceled yet not yet the guy with the cane has come in. We aren't stars anymore. We are about six point five could yeah we've definitely been bungled tells what we actually are. I think you have a reviews. I think you actually have right in front of you. Well on the plus side. We are still five-star rated podcasts. Okay six point one Stars at this point we are slowly losing battle. 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I guess I'll try to include a link at least eastern the Youtube it if you want us code salt or use code fruit or anyone other ones but those work you could use ops code and benefits. It's just both yeah that'd be great but anyway we're shipping on that so thought we talked about that but aside from that. We don't have a clear cut topic here because what better way to start the decade and with absolutely no agenda. I thought that was the best way to do as I sat down. What are we talking about every time ago and I say you know what? We'll figure it out boys and you know what we do figuring we don't we don't right now. We're kind of hurting we look. Add Q.. Thirty minutes to kill what. What are we doing that was bad and then Priroda data kill the couch? He did such a good job. If you say destined to run first of all it was sick nick was the sickest run of all time sub. What thirty do that was a quick time? I can't believe they had to five man a couple times too. That's so hard to do. Five manning Blue why don't you to at the end of the. Add cure on something crazy happened and if anyone here knows the specifics and the statistics it would be our resident. As you didn't dashed any expert. I know a guy. Let's let's ask Blue Westlb blue. Hey Hi welcome how are you oh hello everyone so So yeah so here's some commentary on what was an incredible event of the latest. WWe Pay per view. I mean destiny Zinni pay per view and by destiny view. I mean it was free Larry. Go Wash whenever you want. Yes so in the at the end of the destiny all encounters run. Ah I don't know if it was the same dude who got the gun twice or two different people because I was the same. Did what the same dude so the same dude. Got Two thousand voices voices. He saved his case for. You can save the keys in the last week and you don't have to use them at the end He had saved keys. He got two thousand voices. For reference reference. It is a four percent chance purchased to get the one thousand voices so getting two in a row. That doesn't happen often. What is that like a Ford of the Power of Oh boy? Hey what's ask our resident math expert. Roberto Hey welcome Roberto math. Chances of two four percent chance drops happening twice. I'M GONNA go like how I actually think you do it. Okay so that's four out of one hundred you can. You can bring that down to out of fifty which means you can read out of one to twenty five five chains so one to twenty five goes into one hundred twenty five dollars into one hundred four. You're right back to exactly you're like this is why for is out of one hundred because you can have twenty-five four trying to get their let me get there okay. Sorry so As I was saying four so four hundred you can bring that down to one twenty five back. The four hundred twenty five goes into one hundred four times right. 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You can't have but you can't have one point zero zero one six. I want one out of this many chances. So is that how many times that goes into one hundred point zero zero one six one hundred it would be like. That's where we would get the one out of this many 'cause like we won one out of six thousand six hundred twenty five. Oh see I was. Close the Big Matt you you were doing math eight hundred. It's God's on fellow broken again Melanie does right unfortunately was actually on. We've carried the last thing. Blue had listened to his. You trying to math thinking about that. I can hear him rather stay dead. Why are you? They can hear him right now. Pretty close I would say okay. I didn't know you could go touch me moral I just want to and I'll just never forget okay. So four out of one hundred you can bring that down the twitter fifty which means you bring out one and a twenty five twenty five goes into one hundred four times. It's on a task force. Hated math like math. Like where it's like basic as soon as they start pretty numbers and letters and numbers but letters into math. That's when I was like our bird or just like degrees like or like like this triangle is like twenty eight degrees degrees. It's like why do I need to know that I don't care. Somebody does about the net triangle. Certainly it was proud about twenty eight degrees. I don't think it trying okay. Had to cut a lot to get twenty degrees. That's a pretty cute. Hey Nice done I saw anyway. Blue Mistaken Teigen. I think they're saying on the couch but in a last wish run. There's only a possibility of two thousand voices right. You only get to like I think people can't like so you can get one. No that's what they at least seem to say it doesn't. I don't think there's actually a static. Chance of of what the limit I think it's tied to the key. Okay so specific I feel like a thousand voices. It's not that deep. It's like if you get if you don't you don't pepe hand I think it's hard to the key. I I don't think there's like a two out of twenty four chests of every run. The one thousand voices type of thing I was. I was like maiming in the chat. I was like I've only completed this three times. This is so hard like this is a tough run and yeah all I know is the odds of it were pretty high astronomical and then on top of that he got another one right after so you still pretty insane. Just ask if I have thousands. I probably the beaten several encounters but probably beating ribbon three or four times times. That will require Robin. Play that snippet. You're right I've done. I've done three. We'll see like here's the thing I love doing. The Raid Day One. Oh there's nothing like but then I kinda well well. Here's the problem too. I love doing day one but then I get burnt out. Well then I don't WanNa do that. Rate is your grind in the week before I get raid ready tonight. You're busting your ass. And then like when the contest modifiers his office. You literally walked through the Ray also not rob who does a raid crown of sorrow Oh Tara is that's essentially you getting Thousand versus I run. That was sweet. I dig it the Baja does suck them. So it's okay I use it all the time just to show it off Kosei. I have it because then people like. He's a grinder. Wow How many does that take you one. You wouldn't even believe Mike I or my. I guess my second technically aw. Aw Yeah that happened in speed running which actually had to explain to clear what speed running neck because I was watching it I was like trying to grind some mm cameras and call duty because my life is nothing anymore except for trying to get the stupid Damascus camera. What are you GonNa do when you get it? I thought I don't know like what are we. I don't even know if I enjoy the game anymore. It's just I'm I'm just playing to get a came. Oh yeah so I think I'm just gonNA feel empty inside. Maybe I'll hold off on that last game forever ever maybe just now. I wouldn't if I only one more. No I get it. But on the other monitor I had. Add Cube which we should also mention for those that don't Don't know why we're talking about. It's stream they do like every January. Yeah they have to events. They have awesome games on quick. They've Summer Games on quick. Basically they just take take any kind of video game that's ever been made than they like. People will like submit runs in and stuff and then they just have a bunch of people. Play those games in speed Rodham. The they come in and runs and the whole thing is to raise money for charity free of its charity. It is prevent cancer prevention in adding summer's games on Quick Doctors Without Borders or something Blast I like their near two million but they always raise a ton of Malia and so I was just watching some speed runs. I forget what I was watching. I think it was like Super Monkey. Ball dopes be run. According to know what it was she was this. It doesn't even look that hard. And the meanwhile I had the headphones companies like okay so right here you have a one sixty chance on this frame hard to like to hit this by and if you don't miss this pump you completely ruin the she's always doing is just you. Don't get it okay. Because what she missed was the fallout speed runs. I love watching those those like they'd like complete those that's just like yeah we'd be falling twelve minutes. What in Yeah we just show you go here you break out of the map you come here quick? Save here jumping Do that game what that's how you did it. Excuse me so. It's always really fun watching that stuff. Yeah my favorite one is to watch dockery and speed run. That one is insane. They like a jar on the B button or something like okay now tables us to like a pretty much anything we want. I just have to put the stick on my left stick and it's like Oh my God. What even they're not even like playing the game anymore? They literally just break it. You should have seen. They're doing the final fantasy six speed. Run I just hopped in there for a couple of seconds. A couple minutes rather and the speed was supposed to take twenty four minutes. It's and they're like twelve minutes in and everyone in the chat is just like what we have. No idea what's going on. And then of course there are people made me like I five head like I understand and I'm sitting here like what the people in the Catholic solution and it all has to do with like if three save points you bring this character. Turn this party. Hearsay Warp Exit. Turned the game off. Turn on other save this that Sake decorates war point and now this person and then and then you go into this war war peer like talking to the speed of light. Yeah and life on fancy six But I'm sitting there. Trent understands me. I don't I don't know if I'll L. I'll ever be able to understand this. I I would love to learn ascended if I if I wanted to learn how to speed running game it would. It would be super hard. I love my favorite. Everyone watches us. Super Mario Sixty four tomorrow. Sixty four speed runs the six speed runs ever. And maybe just 'cause clint doesn't and I'm a big Clinton viewer. I'm more of a streets streets. Kinda guy go. Wow Dude guess what tomorrow is one twelfth. We're celebrating. This is the service owed. Oh my God that's very cool. That won't happen again for years. How one swallow affected? Your guys is life so let me do. I even start blue. What was what do you watch speed running? If so what's your favorite them. Honestly the speed runs crazy like mirrors. Ed Speed runs. All those are cool. Oh that that would be. I haven't seen those but that would be polite. The like you will have like them like park warring through like Little Matt Bounds Texas Have you have you seen like there's this ag to Q.. One year and there was a glitch. Lewis Mir's Adron and some guy on the couch is just like shitting on the runner because he basically like US glitches at in the run but the runners not not technically a glitch using like a barrier outside the play zone like bounce. It's off of it he's like Nope Bounce move it's so funny. Did he just like battling this guy. The whole time the guy the couches so paste is so funny. You don't see that stuff as much anymore. They're way more of their super like the application process a lot harder like essentially show the the whole run and they like check in like I hate that like the Chad is only mode because chat was like the best part eighty Q.. Like that was like why I watched it if you look back. The Internet in Q.. Used to have like two hundred and fifty thousand two hundred thousand viewers and then they put some only mode and then it just went away and then it was like one hundred twenty thousand now imagine only having one hundred twenty thousand concurrent viewers on the stranded dead could be me useless I have never done any speed running back but the closest I feel to it is like Seki. Row for instance. When you've I tried to battle a boss like two hours it's like any dark souls game or any game with like a boss fight mechanic you fight in fail for like two Hours Cup head? Uh I play two three hours. Nothing and then you get up perfect run you never hit you optimal and DPS and you just really satisfied that. So I can. I understand why some people might speed run or do something that like. It's just so satisfying. I think the part that would piss me off us be the most is like when you're in a run for like an hour and a half and then you you try like one trick and then that run like runs dead. I guess I'd have to choose a game. That's like under ten minutes. I couldn't an hour ended. I be so we should all make like a a New Year's resolution that we speed run one game and we make world record time minesweeper. Oh I there's gotta be one where you get beaten for sure is. Is there tetris. Speed Ron. I'm sure I'm sure there's a speed run for anything and think of Ino- will never be you and destiny to apparently there's rates I know we can't be added. Yeah maybe leverage spins the future. That'd be sick but it was actually very eye opening getting how bad tessie to looked when they had the white because because someone can pick up a rally or like they couldn't teleport report to the location and then to people's games crash We got the wrong way to cheese. Ribbon was hilarious as I was like. You have one job go left or go right the wrong way for that. Dude I thought it was gonna make it and then the door Orlean closes right in front of him like that would have been made to see him. Standing in Di- did do that once. Because I was doing ribbon and I think blue you're showing showing me. We like trying to show me the cheese back in as I discovered like all right you gotta go orange door or whatever you know where are you Not Coming is definitely blue room or whatever so that I can. I can understand that guy. You know I've been there. As and then the game was crashing. And what do you mean blew. The game was bad because they had to wipe for so long like he's got some mortgage had to wipe because I think it was it was either because someone pick a barral resources or it was because there's glitch do you run your heavy though. Like five people can do this by saying it was either that or when someone came. I'm back to fire team. They can literally three different. Things are GonNa Happen One. Someone really wanted to rally to someone someone. Someone could not spawn unless the team wiped like it because they spawn When their games crashed I appreciate what happens so they couldn't even saw so the people to they were just like okay? Wipe it or three. The person spawns at the base of the jumping puzzle and sometimes the jumping puzzle will just disappear so they can't make it back. That's a big time waster to you lose. You're losing. He's twenty seconds. Well I think you've got the fourth one. Oh Oh this ad break. Oh that was run by the way what will we ever do. I'm fucked except continue this podcast regardless. Yeah welcome back. Can you guys fill me in on why. I feel like every other life every month. There's something that pokemon fans fans get superbeets. Become a Poconos Day. Who last because I see like I see it all on twitter? Everyone's like dispense Pacific acidic or. It's this is fucking stupid dude back in the game freak days not the game free days hoke. EA US US so stupid. Can you explain. Explain to me as outside. Poke him on person. Why the hell you guys? FANDOM is so up and down all all the time I don't get it. I mean welcomed any phantom really. I poke them on more so I feel like a bunch of grown men just blaming myself included so people after it seems like people who have been really entitled since Gen five which we call Gen fibers. Most of them are very nice people bowl and we love them because Gen five is one of the best games of all time. Pok Mon Weiss also in general anti and all them are which wanted to stop talking to worry about their point is it's this is like the golden period. Poke or you had heart gold. You had gen five yet. Black white to you had amazing Pok Mon Games that were just incredible yes and then x and y happened and stuff started getting a little more barren we lost stuff like bow frontier. We lost a lot of endgame stuff mostly people seem to complain about frontier which respectable Moon was the difficulty curve. Why I said one of my favorites because of the story? Sorry but a lot of people didn't like how we started losing like difficulty curve. The story started getting a lot more. Linear we still didn't cuts now frontier. The unscripted will cut scenes the culkeen. The start of every game it just gets worse and worse like two hours just like a saddle. Even the battle trees looked a little more than it usually did. And just general post game started taking a dip. Now Sword and shield comes out and also leaks come out and people just go fucking logging eight Matt and that's when we talked about like. That was the polk indexing yet. Dixit and you guys like broke the camel's back okay. The and and I think people expect a lie which I expect. Everyone expects a lot because this was the first switch game and a lot of people assumed oh three s limitations nations are why they keep pushing poke amount as far as they can but they can't fit everything on a three D. S. Cartridge are on like digital because three s only so much storage orange space and Sergio comes out and everyone expects everything and people get was pretty standard pokemon game probably like x and y level level content. Maybe a little less because I mean I think swords shields Arosh will more than you put in anyways people get Super Superman format because this is not like switch tier title which I would agree. It's definitely not a switch to your title notes. But this wasn't a very good deal. But the point is that's why Pokemon fans continued to be mad. And however I'm going to go on a little bit of thing here when the deal see. They announced the deal see. There's no reason why people should to be as mad as they were. There's two reasons why people really mad as deal because Robert Saga about right before the podcast. Right about how we were like. Oh if there's an expansion passive brings back the POKEMON like I. I wouldn't buy that because that's so shitty No here's the catch. People seem to have somehow convince themselves that this expansion tension pass because they are bringing that pokemon they announced when they announced the elsia. They're bringing pokemon. Everyone seemed to convince themselves that. Oh we have to pay to get pokemon back. Don't have to pay to you. Poku back the POKEMON update is part of a free update so the poker monarch coming so the poem honor comeback. They're updating pokemon in. You don't have to pay for these to get these pokemon okay. So I don't have to buy the expansion pass to get a hold of these new updated pokey means that I really WANNA game. No however you do need either trade them or bring them from previous generation through Lonzo problem which is how it's always been people seem to be seem to poke home is now for some reason a paywall. Well we'll guess what someone's Pokemon Bang but you didn't complain about that show a lot of cooking anyways so then they get really upset because Oh this should have been in the base game. Yeah you could say that about every fucking Pokemon game. Couldn't you could say that about X. Y. considered moon. But of course you're not going to because you just going to ignore moreover jet fiber gen three engine four probably sucked too because though should have been in the base game tonight anyways the point is apparently that I think that everything should be based in the games like for free for some shit even though the Dez literally said as soon as we finish finishing sword jail we started working on new content. And I mean it's totally fine to think that seven months post post launch deal sees something that happened to hold back from the main title like the DEB's won't working on something cool into like a wholly new adventure also apparently people. It'd be really upset that Oh I don't WANNA have a thirty dollar deal see. I'd rather have a sixty dollar fucking new title. That has the deal see instead. I don't WanNA play through the the entire game over again to get a whole new shiny charm and not come in with my fucking Bro. That I literally just did the adventure with these deal sees. I don't know why. Oh you're mad because most of the problems people have don't even exist in reality pay for new pokemon and literally like just fucking transfer them from home. I don't know why you're mad. Had Not if not no pokemon game in the past has ever let you naturally catch poke Amman normally or naturally anyways point. It's not I duNno. I put him a fans bring man babies the steals he is sick. Why so why are people have said that a DLC cost thirty dollars when back in the day you guys would buy a whole new game? The the thing that's the thing is people are also confused. They thought it was thirty. Because there's two parts of DLC and people people thought each one was thirty. It's not thirty now. It would be sixty if you want it for both games but like both extremes for both games which he could but even then and for both games that's the same price is just getting like an ultra son which is what the exact same game except for like Rainbow Rocket at the in for an hour. Really have a full price game with like half a deal. Sees worth of content like people would rather a full price. Bringer may have to play through again which is marginally different if at all for a little extra thing at the end where hey guess what or it's just DLC and there are you. Suddenly these unskillful cut scenes you have to replay your Chil- I don't get it. What are they upset about? Like what you guys said. Like like just basically says like they're upset over nothing. Their their biggest argument is that that like it feels like it should have been the base game because sword and shield is definitely lacking like the biggest argument is to put in perspective. I think this is a pretty accurate. percentage but it's like pokemon is thirty percent of the entire entertainment industry in the world. He's rice yeah and here we are getting like slivers of game where it's like. How in the world are we still like fifteen ten fifteen years behind video games And they're still waiting like when they could. They have the money they have the manpower. They have the following to to make that breath the wild s to do something crazy but instead it's just they just refuse to push boundaries and stuff and this is where we are personally. I've just I've accepted. It's is not yeah it makes game free game. EA Freak or anything like that. I think it's I. I don't have any hope change anytime soon so like I just have more realistic Listrik. Yeah like expectations. It is Pokemon Tim a looking forward to that though. Yeah do we like that like that. Yeah Yeah I mean I've played it off and on since the Alpha the Alpha but I haven't played since the how many times in the stress stress tests Will so early access release the the twenty first and I think it comes out with like Haiti that but What they're going to wall a fan art poke on them in the platypus clothes made it places their poisonous but the the thing is so? This is early access technically. So it's not the full release will release will. Have I think this head over one hundred sixty and then what they're doing once the games done that's not it. They're going to continue supporting it with new Tim. New Islands New in game challenges. Like so. It'll be a kind of a game service. Gonzaga's be like a generation to Thames Hughes sixty new ones. It'll be like he was like three New Orleans. I've got probably something like that. Like sprinkled through however they decided to die. I like that approach where they're just going to be supporting this game moon forward or for a long tonight and Tim to comes out. You know years later but it's not always the overwatch to it's not just just like a normal pokemon game where like here's black all right your later years Like how call too. Yeah you're later okay. Well here's X. Y.. It is exciting because it gives a lot of competition pokemon because all of a sudden that fruit talked about and which. We've talked about several podcasts. Before they're all valid concerns like Israeli no invasion. There's what we I mean. Obviously intendo wants to sell obviously stuff but we would like WANNA have pokemon game name that we just continuously expand on and you could sell the but you may off and corner the market you you get to do whatever you want pretty much yet. So tempt a lot of cool stuff obviously expanding and then. There's a lot of focus on like fair competitiveness. which I haven't really got into because I mean the game's not obviously not complete and like what I was noticing like in the battle system? The battle systems a little bit different instead of having like powerpoint sp vp for moves for instance. Yep Stamina ever decide the yes if you decide to use move. Let's say my spazzy has thirty stamina. I WANNA use uppercut which will do eighty physical damage but it's GonNa cost me twelve stamina. Oh so goes down to eighteen and in a fight. Let's say you get down to zero your overexerted So if you use a move that p. p. e. cost cost that much help you have to use resources properly so otherwise you have to wait because people you never ever get down to zero with your PCP never wanna run out of TV so dresner you need all that So like you instead. If you WANNA do that you'll have to like literally. Click wait like for that turn. It's going to wait right and just get some stamina back So you have to decide some moves and more powerful but at the sake of stamina some moves to are only active once. You're in battle for X. amount turns to there's a move you can only use on term one another one. They'll come back that you can use to and you can't use the same one. Oh that's I turn to. Yeah with the turn to that kind of stuff and then status conditions aren't aren't g so I if I put you to sleep it tells it turns until you're awake or if you get hit okay. We're like if you're poison it's three turns hit Is there a chance like if I do like an attack on you like a strike okay. So there's no crates and what if I do like a lightning strike and you get paralyzed from Um it. Is there like a is that if they would be guaranteed if that's part of the attack okay there's no orangey whatsoever these fights I kind of like down. You might like it a little but I think for the draw like it is that yeah. It's the cut and dry like you know what what you're going to expect. You're like that way you can plan accordingly accordingly not like Jesus Christ crit and like I know for some people like some of that oranges fund So who knows what the but that's instead of going with this orange. It's just I like the idea of like stamina because actually like makes you think 'cause you're never gonNA use like a like for me when I play Pokemon I never use the tax attack rises or like. It's defense lawyers. I like you never gonNA use those tight. Earthquake Earthquake. Solar Beam misalignment earthquake wave like a lot more like in game strategy strategy to certain gyms because there could be gyms that absolutely punish you for go into balls deep and your stamina gyms are designed around. Okay you need to manager manager Stamina because this gym is designed about endurance so if you use all your stamina than maybe they'll take advantage of the fact thank. You can't do shit for awhile avenues. And they've talked about like getting legendary Thames or anything like that or is it all pretty backsliders. Yeah I'm sure there's some but they haven't said much about it okay. What does it fully launch? I don't know if they have a full launch yet but the early access is twenty first in the thing too. I forgot to mention in is the battles are all double battles every battles wwl so. That's part of the strategy. Because they're all care your POK MON or Tim's I know when I was playing it's GonNa take me away but there are some moves to that are called synergy moves so like let's say I have this poison. Move where it's toxic. It's going to hit dispersion for X. amount of damage but if I use it in conjunction with a toxic ally it poisons import turns like. There's one water move if you're saying Kinda and if you have like a team you can get certain bonuses you can plan around that the AI and the game by the way punishing which is so. Nice uh-huh i. It's not like bug trainer Joe Ear. I can't tell you how many times it died. I was having to constantly go back and I don't. I forgot about this. Yeah 'CAUSE POKEMON is held my hands as for so long because I tried to go all the way to the first Dojo which is like a gym Without that route is punishing such along route without like battling any wild pokemon Roy. I'll just battle the trainers Thames weather timid. I'll just battle the trainer's not tempt him. Wild Tim Tim Ho my God. Yeah the I like this. Like enemy battle battling Lances your I like trainer but you go in and Pokemon or Tim. Tennessee are like fainting left. And right even trying like right. I need to actually use items I need to actually the Gorbach swapping people in and out. I have to actually think about what I actually have to grind while battle area refreshing now. How many in your party six six okay? So it's the same. But you co op too. So you can play through the the entire game like dwelt Oh and the way. That works is one pokemon. Is You take the first three in your party. And they take the first party natural team So when and you're fighting you only have your three in there three. That's cool like they've always should have that and hopefully POK mon.. Mike sees that and only hope and they're likely innovate because temptation is good competition the other seventy percent of the company market. Now like 'cause like if all this means is pokemon woodley rips every idea from Tim cool because yeah it is sacrifice it wouldn't be that bad because I mean literally all Tim Tim owes its franchise. POK Mon so focused go on digital ripping off back. I mean I'm out yeah they it's capitalism baby. They can't completely do it either. Because again Tim Tim has set itself out little bit different because of the the battle system stamina and no orangey so at the end of it they'll still be a difference But yeah like if they started bringing in the memo aspect the co-op aspect. I mean that kind of stuff like thank God. It's about time but they're only bringing in gallery versions of glares those legendary birds. We like those so we do like this. I will say the continued advantage of Pok Mon over tempt him which is a very big advantage. And why tempt still struggle a lot talk to compete is pokemon designs are just too good. Art Cuneo is sick. The people who designed the POKEMON ARGEST in every single gender rain. I'm how managed to make. Oh Shit is that a fucking drag with a jet plane on booking sick. What's what's up with that legendary pokemon though that has like a big big thing we don't all hits right on that one it should not only man you got some hits you got some missiles all right? That's just the brunt of this. What does that? What does that pokemon called? The I don't and they haven't put out yeah I was just going to say Deformity and monstrosity. Big Brain five minehead dear. I can barely remember like what I was thinking about two minutes ago. But I can remember like pokemon names like that. It's a little depressing uses information. Yeah that's the drama with Pokemon. which was your favorite bird that they announced the whole? It's between our two mantras. They're real sweet. Yeah they're both. I think between our two coons APP does basic but he looks just so madison ground type now or something like that or like a Like a chicken My boys by the way finally getting their respect gigantic Max. Venus Horn blasts voice. y'All ye all they're in they're the becoming so was that was gigantic maxine. dynamex which is they just become really big. Yeah but then there's gigantic Max where some pokemon when the dynamex have a different form. Oh like there was the whole moon. There's literally a Pika Chew that. Gigantic taxes into the old school pig fat Chubby like. That's it's a form Snag says the gigantic form is that chart has written He's laying on his back and he's giant and his belly literally likely you like an island trees and everything no way to. Everyone has their some had this gigantic form and so they announced the blast oyston Venus Oregon. One yeah which I will be back in the game which is nice because we want to charge hard line and then on top of that. They're getting people upset. Now the people who we're like short circuits everything they mad. That the first Jen's now get dot Giga Max's or whatever while so I'll admit this part because I still thought it was bogus where game freak was like. We're only doing four hundred to keep the competitive balance. Yeah but then. They're like oh two hundred more and apparently they're adding like all the most ridiculous overpowered people like Landrace Yan install one of these legendary pokemon from black and White Inter is the reclusive debt of of Pokemon. But so they're adding back these pokemon that like or just broken yet. Like there's GonNa be no reason to not use them again. So what's the point. Can you can. They just ban 'em in like ise words. They won't then we ever ban unlike the legendary legendary he's like the cover legendary he's And the secret like a tournaments or whatever an SUV even then like in their official competitions which are like VGA tournaments. They'll still let stuff like fucking Mega Requena in doubles. It's like they're even letting all the anthrax like all those N. Omega Would really the only band ones are the to cover. Legendary in return INNIS which probably wouldn't even make the team like no they would they would okay just because they're raw stats legendary have raw steps that are like just busted when you say that. Does it like a fixed roll like everything that they get or is it. Sometimes it could be like eve or whatever that is. I'm so glad you ask the effort values and just like default base stats so oh like a a pseudo. Legendary for instance usually are the best aside from legendary like drag opole Dragon And all those I think they're based asking like five fifty or something rebel. Some around there salomon goes are based six hundred. Oh yeah basic hundred which is like pretty big. Yeah that's what he's as good as you get big boy stats before legendary. But like attorney. This is a thousand something like that. It's like a thousand G.. Otherwise like seven fifty or eight hundred which is just Jehovah like charts like five ten or five twenty six. The point point is the legendary service inherently are strong. Yeah and then if you were trained them correctly the widow just are you. Legendary pokemon is in the trading card game or those has banned. Yeah okay I mean all the cards are legal. Okay do they have GIG. Amax is in the trading card games now because games okay. I didn't know like the new. The new gimmick each other power new gimmick the power creep dude. There's now g Max nor lax has three hundred and forty hill back in mind like base set set for instance based on high old heist. You could get one hundred twenty. HP chargers three hundred forty three hundred and four like it. Didn't data's like muck or whatever have like his two seventy it's up there but we've never had we had one card hit three hundred before and that was a way Lord the biggest poker I'm on there is like but now you've got over three hundred because the thing is there were cards. You kill me at one price. Then they started making ones e X.'s. Another two prizes by their stronger then they may tag teams which are three prizes and even stronger and now there's gigantic still three prices. But just like is that like four like he just beat my yellow blue. But that's I guess. I still remember my pokemon rules that you need to catch four prizes to win the six but but we did play in modified because we'd smaller decks so you're not wrong. Yeah you're right for our little tournament okay. You're there. I was as fun nineteen again. Nineteen nineteen seventeen so good. Oh Yeah you saw that saw that last night. Yeah what did you think so really. I've been so excited for that film. I thought sounded like I had already come out. I thought it came out like in December. Yeah we'll that was. Like misleading marketing. Highly saw. Christmas was sick. I WANNA see Christmas but it was in select theaters. There's non on in Colorado. Oh so he's like oh just like it isn't theaters but it's like it was a limited release okay and then. It didn't properly released until when was in January tenth so I went. I'd been waiting weeks and yet see yourself Clever it did not disappoint the thing too is 'cause so interesting because I heard it's one take how were they do that. And it is from the beginning of May Yup moves from from the beginning and the end NOCA- no cut. I was looking for it. I didn't done film on stuff so I was like. I wonder if you know where to look. You can usually see they kind of but at the same time there were some really clever ones whereas like maybe um I don't know So much the shots who are just focused on the characters to There's no way they could do this. be at falls this like twelve hour window whatever and just goes through long. Is it Like an hour fifty five minutes. I was paced super well. Yeah the cinematography phenomenal the acting. Yeah like can't rave enough see. I think I'm GONNA see uncut gems before I see nineteen seventeen. I've just been hearing insane. I've heard uncut gems but I'll be honest honest. I'm a second for war movies well and especially like I love those kind of days. That's why I was already excited In the set pieces and everything I mean. It's just like I've been reading more sincere about how they've been doing stuff. It's crazy Are they're able to do it. Can't recommend that enough. There's also there's another movie either now or soon that I wanna see but I also Wanna I wanna see Uncut Gems Jeff because everyone's like get an Oscar but but apparently Adam Sandler to also said like like I'm never make another movie I win like best actors. Yeah which is I. E Sound Super A. It sounds awesome. So it'll be interesting. Yeah but I thought I'd green up because I wanted to bring up. Oh Twenty nineteen was such a good year for TV show. Yeah Yeah and I know. Blue gruesome some of these. But I'll start with a star with one. You guys might have not seen okay and I feel like it was slept on umbrella academy umbrella. Oh that's like the Superhero movies out in that movie but like series on Netflix. Right they're kind of like bad. Add superheroes or somewhere like they don't understand it or something that is you might be talking about the boys. Oh that's the one I'm thinking which also Amazon which also came last year which is also fantastic. Thank you for mentioning but umbrella academy. It's about like six or seven kids that had he's like mutations powers and they were put into this thing called the umbrella academy Bob I won't say too much Fantastic I didn't really know too much about it. Put It on one night Stayed up til five infantry knew about this I told you guys in Washington Laurien. I've just been watching the attack on Titan again even though it finished it. It's I don't know how you do that it either. I just enjoy it. I like re- watching something that I've already watched. I don't know why I wish I like watching things. I don't. I'm so reluctant to start. Start new things. I wish I hated watching like the same vandals or so blue. Obviously we tie main delorean Yeah Yeah There was and I think the one episode where he was Like the third or fourth where he first meets the curl warrior the previous rebel on that island with care by the way on new the whole island with the village that one was a little weird place place but aside from that every other yeah. I've heard nothing but good things about it from both of you. especially the only episode I generally was like was the Fifth absorbed gunslinger. Which one was that? One was the one where they go to the desert Hunt that assassin. Oh that was the only one I was like I don't know about this one. But the rest was game of thrones only nineteen in. Yeah that was probably the most disappointing of okay. Why wasn't going to bring that up well in your fault? I'm like we're going to talk about how great TV was you talk about how bad it was at the same time man. I don't even want to think about games throughout the hands. I said well you can think about watchman which I finally finished still so mind blown better than made laureate in the witcher I think so so yeah because then we had the witcher dry thought was fantastic and I'm so glad they're They're going to keep going like literally the casting of that show so good and Henry cavill perfect. How he's also hot yet? I don do when my fiance. Whatever you like I'd let yeah eating peg me too but that show is fantastic and I know some people had problems with that one with them being able to follow it i? I didn't have as big of a problem with. Did you see that Aegean review or whatever. He's like it was Entertainment weekly like like I watched like the first two episodes on. I skipped a six this. This show sock He went he watched the first half of the second skip to the fifth and then wrote a review which by the way fifth isn't even the last episode. There's like eight offer offer and I had this job. Yeah you get paid to just my gun eight hours in my day. Just shut up working there. Yeah this is your job. Watch the show. I actually do know what my twenty nineteen show of the year. Is this ad I actually had one. But yes this ad Retu- hey l.. Let you get back to your podcast here shortly but I want to let you know about a new art. PODCAST called draftsman. My name is Stan Prokopenko and I'm Marshall Andrew and on our podcast we give you useful insights on advancing your career overcoming artistic problems you might be facing and our personal opinions on a variety of topics topics. We're just a couple of draftsmen hanging out and talking. So if you're interested in drawing painting or other art related things check out the draftsman podcast and subscribe wherever you like like to listen to your favorite shows. Thanks for listening and now back to your show and welcome back my show of twenty nineteen Chernobyl. I haven't I haven't seen that one. Oh really into it. So I'm a sucker. Not My fault I am a sucker for history jury kind of documentary. They all I breach. And like I think that your noble disaster to is probably one of the most interesting things that ever happened on the earth ever Muslim inside. Tom Is so like the way they explain it. Like how like dire like the situation was. It's so cool. When here's the problem I wanted to watch it but whenever we watch something means clear he wants to watch She doesn't like depressing stuff or like to realistic stuff Love wants upbeat happier which I understand like she so she she wants to escape in like a Happier yes we me. I don't care I don't care if it's like war it just wrong and so I wonder watch Chernobyl. Yeah but he's like like we don't always want something else so as always like I'm going to watch but can't finish I I can't watch. Yeah but I haven't been able to so that's my show the easily. That show's awesome. But I mean you really risk early. Put It on the line right now Mr for do you have a show two thousand nineteen blue. Don't it's my it's mandatory mugging incredible She was dope and then the witcher was really really good. Do I'm pretty sure this was twenty. Nineteen but carnival row. I have never heard of that. I was on Amazon. Prime Fantastic has Orlando Bloom. And somebody else but I loved the world that was set in. That was done really well. But it's just like we're living in the best time right now for TV. Yeah because the budgets they're getting and stuff like the line between a movie and TV shows getting blurred. I'm living for four. That's the best crazy crazy because people were talking about like in Twenty fifteen and they're like oh we're in the golden age. TV is like no. Let's can now or in the Golden Age of T. V.. Well personally I've come to the point point where like I've always wanted to halo movie but I totally rather have like a series because I feel like a series can do way more with like doc satisfying storytelling machine like leary. have hours of a show. I want to tell a story that you want to tell me. As opposed to fitting you're all into a two and a half hour movie that sucks it's yes That does remind me that. I'm pretty sure I think it's Stars is working on the halo series. Just cast their master chief. Oh Yeah you actually hear about you gotta wear like three foot stats But I think I wanna say it's slated to release like John Twenty twenty one is that probably like with like Lord of the rings with the Amazon series at their dads whom he so tight like. I feel like the thing to his. People are so much more interested these days nine as well in like fantasy pieces like old time pieces like these things like people desperately wanting witcher to be their next game of thrones unit or like completely different things things but I feel like people are looking for that space because right now to just give me any story but take it out of modern times where there aren't cell phones. It's immediately so much more interesting. Yeah and the possibilities are so much more than like. We just plays out like modern day. Stuff to me is kind of boring honestly as we saw like all this new stuff where you go back and like faint like Jurassic then uterus can be done well which can still be a dystopia in kind of like like future or something rather than like a flying cars are around? Yeah but like I don't know for me a lot of modern times stuff just isn't quite as interesting And I believe I was reading the whole piece on this but yeah it's like just bring any story and then take away. The modern technology is just so much more. You can treat you The way the stories are telling the characters interact or just infinitely better. Yeah that's why I definitely think it's fantasy just really goes goes really makes a difference because that's what the to be fair. That's what though we swipes brothers did whatever well was I mean that was their pitch originally like we want this super super deep fantasy war like complicated series to be accessible to like Dad's watching football. Yeah who like by Industry Woods they at. I don't know see did it. CSI Miami like. I love that so like they did down. Play a lot of the fantasy But just like that. I feel you've been it. Got All those people. I don't like fantasy really way this is this could be. Oh this isn't okay. And then they get more interesting. Game of thrones this to me. I was always like wizards in dragons and all like witchcraft. Like woo but sweet. And I'm all about it now. But then you have like the witcher which like fully-paid deep goes into the law the fantasy so good yeah I want to talk about nineteen and I can only imagine twenty twenty. I'm going around well. Oh candle and we talked about television. Because we're going to move onto the patron question for the podcast. which why don't we go ahead and just mention our? Our podcast passed by transplant. Daddy great we love our stands out there still support the pager on as it's still out there now we're not dead now you're free. We have Wayne Lean in G Brandon Smith beaner. D- Sean Logan Boyd. Thrown Lasensky. Chris Yeager Blake Russell. Dev Hala Jaden. Blanche Mario Brenda's greeneace. GP Hash and of course the stank big sexy Omega Arts and safe or the stagger megasafe exects yards the. The right yes yeah. It's the staggered Magassa bigs Thank you guys for keeping me clothed paw up you the your stands you. Yeah we may we. We may have shrink down the font size a little bit so to be on the Patriots. If you want to get a little bit more episodes start getting back rolling. Okay so I have some questions here for you guys. It's funny that we start with the TV show questions Blake Russell ask best. TV Show and best movie of the decade awesome. And why did they ask these hard questions. I start good so you guys can think because I do have one that I think I think it's GonNa be the same as you as you go up. Yep that breaking bad breaking bad is probably the best show of the decade. If I had to pick one show of the two thousand tends to define in the two thousand ten's it would be breaking bad but I can't even remember the whole becky. That's a wild man. Let me look this movie up. If it's in the last decade we'd have centers and then the movie for the past decade. My favorite movie. This past decade was war for the planet of the Apes. I know you're all about that movie so awesome. I love how draws a lot of things from World War Two draws like it shows like illusions like Holocaust and stuff. I it's a dope movie. You guys should like like watch that if you had not seen that that was my move. That's a top three movie for me. I love that movie. I'm looking at a list. You're looking looking to list. I'll I'll give you some time to think so it's best TV show and movie of the decade right. Yes okay. My movie is easy easy arrivals I knew your says easy. Easy easy favor of the decade for a fucking lover I will. I will never stop talking about how much which I love rival movie. I'm sorry. TV show. I honestly want to say is this is kind of cheating the season want four. Game of thrones is still the best. TV I don't blame you if you could. Yeah I I would. Still put. Game of thrones like who behind the reason why I put breaking bad ahead. Of Game of thrones is because of the most recent season. Before that game of thrones was like you know what I mean I mean breaking bad overall. TV show now. I would. I mean that's perfect is if as far as like the TV show. I genuinely enjoy the most seasons one. Through four. Game of thrones man. Yeah well I can Agree with that sentiment my favorite TV show would be game. Okay even with these little the still I think not only because of how good it was but what it also did for TV. It's true. I think it's like redefine. And now you see people wanting to recreate it. But that I feel like game of thrones also showed that you can invest this money and get back not just a like I said says rely whe you're here for movies becoming like TV or TV. Becoming like movies. Came at thrones is like the whole reason why that's even possible and like all the big name actors actors are now going on TV because one. The money's there bigger production bigger budget Palestine. It's just so sick. It's just so we're satisfying having hours of storytelling than our trash movie. That totally ruins a lot of the franchise stores the ride skywalker now wrong so I don't think I could pin it down like I was wondering just looking through Like popular twenty two movies. Mad Max I put there. I think it's fantastic. Conception looper interstellar I'd put their tender stellar stellar is amazing to will Wall Street Django resonant. I didn't love revenue in Latin. That movies great to DUNKIRK DUNKIRK S- great You said Interstate Yeah I love interstellar store you're looking through these and I can't like now to those okay. Yeah too much This next question is coming from Jelly. Who is the worst teacher you've had? And why were they the worst teacher you've ever had. I Yeah I will start okay. I'll say his name Mr Wade. He was my sophomore year geometry teacher. And let me. Mr Wade was the football coach so he wasn't there to teach US basically like the football coach on their forget it was like it was like mid-september like football all seasons about to start dude puts on Kenny Chesney. The boys phone and like we literally just watch that and he's like all right guys. We have this quiz like did. Did you haven't taught us any of this. I was just watching Kenny. Chesney the boys of phone and like literally just watching Kenny. Chesney sing about being a high schooler and playing under the front online and I was like what is protagonist there Mr spayed. I recall that because I just didn't understand anything like Mr spayed. What are we doing and he would lily? Oh boy geometry worksheet. I was going to over here and do some place. What do you think do? And then two days later he like all right. We have this test S. Mike. We didn't learn any of this. None of that says like in two minutes in. What is Kenny? Chesney lyric mean like they were actually jump-jet questions so easily Mr spayed aid or wait I guess fuck blue. Okay so you guys have like really innocent. Answers probably My Freshman Human Year history teacher. Don't remember her name. She was just super racist. Kareem straight up racist like really my teacher Feature Harris Crab obviously in every school. You have cliques at sixty. They're not necessarily clicks right. But like I get what you're saying as as as I went to a predominantly white school and as a child I went outside so I actually look Mexican as opposed to now. I'm rather pacey because I never go outside growth so obviously a lot of us would hang out around each other because relate to each other much more for me and a couple friends were in this class and then obviously you know not. Every single widened kid knows each other but it was very obviously was very biased against everyone who was not white and she would many people would be sent like in school suspension which the time is basically like worst attention And on Saturday it always it would it. Would it would always be Hispanic. It's a AH which was just like it. At first we were like. Oh I mean I guess we were allowed every now and then but as the as as the year went on it was like you know like fucking I think tyler over there as Mintz's had been since I says once and he's literally leary. Larry called Teacher Bitch what does he what is he good. I S that's sucks. That was like the the most blatant That's probably the most playing like a shitty person. She should shady person. Yeah it's one of the first times probably the first time I ever like genuinely felt against my person as a a- as like a position of power again it just feels bad anyway. I S twice and one of the Times I wasn't even in in class. And she sent in. 'cause I hadn't been absent too many times of I got mine but I wasn't absolutely I mean he's like three times a year. See I got mine for doing so. That's sauce but whatever when you were late to class stupidest thing they would you'd be like I twenty to like fifteen seconds late to class and they would literally like go to table anything by the time you get out of class have to go to your locker and probably on the other side of the school five minutes if you're not so dumb and then you go to the tardy table so instead of me. Missing I don't know fifteen seconds of class now missing like eight because there's another another twenty kids in line who were late like I was and then then I think we got like six or seven. It was like in school suspension and it was a class where I went from power weights which was on one side of the classroom all the way to e pod which is always on the side of that stupid. Mr Miller all the math teacher. WHO's not my father? Father has no no relation or relation to see Miller heritage but gave Miller's a horrible name and I had him him for his Sake Gabin. It's Greg I thought it was Greg's name didn't say game. Oh gave his name's even know uh-huh gay box. He was the worst math teacher I think I had him for. AP statistics. I had him for that class to have him for failed the test. Oh you did a one or two like one or two. Because I wouldn't was not 'cause I on that test I have not learned this. I've worn known. What if this was the worst teacher I've ever had and he would also spend half the class usually in a yell fight with Hayden Hayden? Yeah and and was an AP stat for about two months in one day said F. This I'm out walked out of the room while Nasdaq her Mr Miller is like a little baby He didn't teach hidden idea what he was talking about. I had him for Algebra one I think My junior year. I'm sorry terrible teacher but I mean it's hard to mess about driven testing and like you wouldn't teach it's what I just read this book look And then tests were just ridiculous. I pass this test in his class with like a ninety eight percent or something because that part was easy and on top of that. But you're not there to pass the class when you're trying to get college credits. Yeah could I didn't get any so we'll just a year ways but I mean between all the yelling he would do. He cried a couple of times. Like it's just like what What is going on here and it was just stupid? Not all teachers are bad. Let's say hey that is a fantastic. This who is your best teacher If you guys can think of one I will start shut out you know who you are. Miss Kline she doesn't watch. I don't know she was just like when I went to high school like I was a cool kid. I'm showing up late. I had a girlfriend girlfriend like Abdu small cool things and like walk into class late like the second day of school in the Shit and so hard. Yeah and A. She's like what's your name all my like she's like you're late and I was all my bad and I just like sat down so we like going through attendance and stuff and she goes Mr My bat and I was like like you call me out like like you know it'd be calling me Robert like mom so she called me like my bad for like the first two weeks of school. I was like like okay. Ms Climb likes Let's move on. Let's because she like. She called the first teacher. Ever call me how my shit like that. And then I was so I I was so bad Algebra two trig. I was so bad on it like like I said I had to try so hard to just get like a seat in that class. I would be there at all times times trying to get a C.. So I could play soccer and she was so sweet and so kind and like make me feel stupid or anything like that and like I went from like hating her. And and then you know how like on our senior year they had all the teachers like lined up and you can thank him and stuff like that. She's the only teach. I saw like I start trying. 'cause he was like the the only teacher that I felt like truly believed in like me being smart and not just using my charisma and might be me being funny. Get past everything you like. Actually that be smart so shout out to you miss client. We loved now. I think so. It's climbing about you a hard question. I have a lot Orillia. Teachers actually say hey them all to do you go I have to. It's like a tire had to figure out which one well yes not. Because I guess mine's a cop out either missed houser or miss bar this bar. I never had an spar Lou. She like English Graphic design all. That's right she was designed all. She's like for the photography teacher to write. She was all practical arts. Think yeah She came in ceramics junior year and senior year and she was fantastic. Shoot really made a new class for me. We didn't have. AP Graphic Africa design of really. Until I went to graphic design and she went as. There's like a graphic design. Do a graphic design one two and three And I entered Gordon. Wanted to start there. Okay I'm just going to bump you up to two and then cable you already bumpy through industries like. I can't even give you this work. So she talked with the principal And they were able to talk with the board. Whatever make a piece I got credits bet sick? It makes me NAPI graphic design class. And so did you like. AP tests at the end of the year Oh you did and at the During class because everyone else was in the room she instead semi to a private office and so for that class I just gotTa send their own like an entirely separate room Small door just me for a whole period and I gotta do those. Were the best block days ever Do my projects projects and everything and then I bet you do homework for other classes if you're like behind or something like that. Spend a Lotta time watching. starcraft goes back actor. You're actually like Ryan and stuff and you just because I wouldn't and I get done on black days like hour and a half and I don't need that much was it. Was it this computer. Like block youtube videos or suffer. Was One of those computers ahead like access to everything. Only that there was like hot cocoa machine in there my God. Yeah I had made in. That class was fantastic. Was that senior junior senior and then missed house because eighth grade than all through high school amazing. Our computer teacher did all that stuff. I saw her the other day. I was talking to some kids at the school cool. You're the man was that we love you. She's fantastic as we. I get you merch in customer. She helped me all my classes in that stuff. She got me in editing. She made me like after fat classes and stuff she let us do the announcements. Would you a lot of your knowledge to editing and all your thumbnail work to. Are these two teachers not really really. Because I'd already done it beforehand When I went into graphic designer like this already already yes so like it? That's why she's like all right. Well you're advanced. We'll just put you up here. And then same with dominance steps always wanted to youtube and whenever so I'd always yeah at always done only home videos and stuff. Yeah so she would like accelerate and then make programs for me Mrs Taza as well and then a couple years for lunch We had the lunch bunch. She'd let us sit in the computer room for lunch. That's awesome play like minecraft or anything any any shooter we could get through. It was like Halo. We could could like you had to get Janki Halo yet to get through the firewalls. Janke Fang Sweet. Though we had this chill friends and they're like shoes. Well I read like one of the teachers. It was like you're just GonNa let him sit in their. Oh they're the lunch bunch. They're good and then Christians like. I don't WanNa do this anymore. That there's a name with one punch Ange now as like God but yeah. She's definitely she definitely the bestest while. Blue Kirsten did too. So if you haven't decided WBZ probably my middle sanitation was one. says she was really sick. Nice you need a Spanish teacher. No it was kind of like took because there's easy easy free. I took it until high school road that free plus taught. I never got higher than a scene Spanish ever. My Dad's speaks fluent Lewin Spanish. I'm terrible at it. See the thing is Spanish. Classes really. Don't teach you how to be fluent in Spanish unfortunate. They all the teachers like vocabulary and stuff. I do know the vocab tied down a little bit as much as people take Spanish classes when they're growing up to the home. It'll be fluent. Spanish classrooms each flu issues book a year before yet. I mean that's no joke. If you actually y you surround yourself with actual people had speak their language. Which is why? I'm really not fluent anymore. Pepe Hans Nossa NOSSA bio bio onion. That's all I need to go to think of our not hosted by NASA BIOS by onions like bio unfortunate. Okay so anyways. My Spanish teacher was went as She was like I think it was like a A. She's my teacher for Thir- third and fourth grade Because she was the only Spanish teacher at the school so she teach. Both Spanish is or No it wasn't third fourth. It was fix. What's middle school fucking acid was but now I believe okay what seven? Am Camila schools. Three Years Right anyways to Spanish teacher. For two years and Sh- I think she was the first person who really like was like Yo like you should be like super proud of like your heritage where we come from. So that's how I got really into like celebrating stuff like Dan. The dead and really focusing on trying to be like a good while at the time I wanted to bigoted Spanish because it wasn't my second language or anything it was just something I learned every renowned then She was ever the reason. I learn Spanish really well four time which I really don't anymore And barely proud like they come from in which no one I mean I win again. I didn't exactly grew up when I was a kid. I grew up In a not amazing so I had my homeys with me but then as my parents you know can more money and better jobs. I went to like I really predominantly white schools so I kind of lost a lot of like what I felt like my roots and my Spanish teacher she. She always reminded me that. Just to be proud of where you're gonNA go so it was like those where I found like a lot of self pride myself So I cannot I can never thank. It doesn't offer that because it's probably the reason why I'm so proud of being the best. Now don't teach you things at teach you things about yourself like that's kind of teacher as pretty and and then my other probably Mr Socio here one of the sickest names of all time He was always really encouraging of me when and I had video stuff. 'cause I got really naturally talented at this You are you are very talented at it. Then every once in a while but he pretty much immediately was like. Hey do you want to edit the video announcements what 'cause I absolutely. I want to add the video announcements. And so he gave me the opportunity that and he was like. Why don't you take this class next year because I was just in like basic video editing and then literally my My Sophomore Year He let me into the video announcements class which you have to be junior take so I was really excited to that. And he was really encouraging and he was like. Hey really good this. You should pursue this so then I did and here. We are a shadow tall. The good teachers out there we we need. 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Oddworld Abes Odysse - GMMF 47

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Oddworld Abes Odysse - GMMF 47

"Everybody often episode forty seven again. My mom found I m Mike Atherton. Hello who's with me tonight. Stephan Jaydee Hughes. I'm again welcome. Everybody or is in in the way the this week. We're talking about L.. Stewart picked. You WanNa tell us the lovely game that you pick for us this week jar. We're all coming of. We're running right after Thanksgiving by the way so sound tired. Everyone's just like Leap this week. We're playing a game that I picked that was in my. It was one of my blind spots for a long long time and never played any of them odd World AIDS Odyssey. The nine hundred ninety seven answers to the question games are so political now. The game is pretty damn political. Yeah I was surprised I never played it I. I'd only he ever seen like the box I for which is because the box art was. I remember seeing the windows box for and the windows boxes like a giant combined. Your sized square box like yeah. It's it's shaped kind of weird and shaped kind of odd and I remember like Some point being able to open it and look at the manual for this game in the manual was again just the giant square manual was like eight and a half by eight and a half very strange. That is it something I know nothing about this game. Except that there's a fish guy in it and that's it presumably a not really a fish guy just just want fit talking about much. Yeah munches Odyssey. That is not this game which is really a fish munches Like a one legged fish say apis aflame wave corporate America later anymore. But he's more. He's more fish. humanoid than regular humanoid same question hunter said. What Game Are you playing? Were you playing honestly. I would argue that a it looks far more fish like than humanly turned on or something. Have you ever watched a like hell help boy or something l.. Boy Eight and help boy fins. Here's three fingers right. I mean that's what he's talking about the moon and the one part is so. Look at your hand Mike. How many fingers you have in your hands? I have five but I could have three accidents of five or three. That doesn't make you a fish. I'm looking at face the face. especially what kind of fish are you shouldn't in over there in Virginia that lives near the water. All right I think I know what officials and others Florida. There's no fishing for it. He looks more tribal than any man killed them all all this. I mean I don't know how you get fish a shot. I understand if someone doesn't like a catfish bass whiskers I also don't have like bodies arms but wait wait. Did we all play the game here. L. Thieves oddest oddest sounds. I think you play Odyssey Bay. According to the Wikki Mudo gins which is what it is. They are chameleon like in nature. We're Dawkins skains Murdoch in Mongoloid. Whatever the hell local saying chameleon more than fish I wouldn't even say chameleon but I'll give them that I would argue I would argue. Chameleons look more like this than people think Abe looks more like a chameleon. When you're using the comparison sure you you are right? He looks more like a fish. 'cause meals more efficient than a human. It's like He looks like if Nema was really really sick. When Marlin found him? You'd have you'd have to have some oil Mohawk on some arms and legs and not be swimming lots of makeup but oh my God. I'm not saying you look such. He looks like such efficient question. When I thank God you know what he looks like like he looks like the tribal dude from the end of beetlejuice? With a shrunken head. Yea Yeah Yeah Right. Yeah the fish. Oh that odd fish. I remember that Office Affairs Everson beetlejuice together talking about Great Carolyn like It's one of those like the Goumas from the Super Mario Brothers movie from the movie. Yeah I will give you that. I would have more than the fish. which by the way is a great move? I'm realizing now that I thought that the little hair not thing. He has on top of his head. which by the way Stephan tribals animals are just people? They aren't as separate species. His aesthetic is tribal. Yeah he's like after starting human he's a tribal. Hey savage is. Don't be down on. The tribal fish are buried. GLOWNA lists I everybody but I realized the opposite is not a I thought it was like a thin. But it's a chameleon tail just sticking opposite what what was hair and it's definitely it's definitely there it's like scaly. Go Look of a picture of a right now that he doesn't have a chameleon tail granted. Okay so so I apologize for audience. We all played like the nine hundred ninety s our lease I played the nineteen ninety seven seven versions of the game. So we're running off graphics. That are very Very let's say Blurry Stephan Plate the new and tasty version I played both uh-huh okay. Yeah but For this week Yep well you play these games. I also even played some munches honesty as well am I bigness game. I did not realize how absolutely difficult it would be he is. It's hard to say. This is a very hard as looking at a caller of of of A. We aren't going to get past. The I mean May- maybe you tell you I don't see a tale again tribal. He has little like feathers on his head. A whip like tail. What's not say either? Chameleons chameleons don't let me. I'm I'm old I hold on everybody. I Open my browser. I'm going to go to the fucking. wiki imposes picture in the call. Everyone could sit here and I don't care if this dude orbiting sent hair to the people with the no have seen neighb- is hair. It is nothing else. There's no fish thing here. We're moving on air. hairtail tale that you guys are all crazy on on oh there will be spoilers raves Odyssey. AAH Don't think anything else that you've been warned when we ever get there at some point overdone talk about the fish I wonder is. I will concede he looks more chameleon like than fish like like he definitely has a chameleon tear tail on his head. I can agree with that. It's I'M GONNA ask each question later. Look at this goddamn picture this to everybody like this picture. That's a chameleon tail and it's not okay. I've done career. You'll get one giant strand of hair. No it's like many about the heat. You got a haircut like polio. It's it's solid. It's talk to people with dreadlocks haircut. Mike do you go and get one haircut one and piece of hair your entire head is just I'm down just because I can say I can. That's a chameleon fail. He's like give me the. Give me the give tape special. There is no way in that picture. I said that that has hair. That is a tale so anyway there's I think he looks like a human journalist would call it the nineties. Dark souls dark souls. I would call it. It is hard like I mean I play with is with the court. 'cause I know it's stupid. Heart is very earliest part. There was one part about pretty. Throw my controller the war. We'll talk about that later. But that's that's the fish you think that looks like fish. Well I guess it Kinda look. This wasn't talking bad guys. This picture munch munches Odyssey which came out three years after this game. I think three or something like came out in the future after this. And that's what he argued about me. It looks more like a fish than a nothing. I if anything I would say. That's an Allier. Neither looks like a fish. That's the process who one is a chameleon and the other is an alligator. Hasn't knows has a nose and it has like the alligator mouth chameleon with hill. They were gonNA find out that someone took a dictionary in front of Stewards Change. All the animal names different animals. So he's like a human community. Not Human Kamal Backwards Stewart has just eating too much Turkey. Is You know. Wake up next week and he's GonNa be like green and covered in scales and he's like Yup up human looks even to me all good here so as we were saying earlier this game is really fucking heart by there. There are a lot of parts where it's very it's very. You have to be precise I they only give you enough time to run and make jump in a lot of different parts. I did not like that. Yeah Yeah I love this. This is going to be like a puzzle solving platformer. And there's like a Shitload of combat and they throw a ton of abilities at you and it's like no time to bring. It's just God's in the second you like get a handle on your lease finally. It's time to switch it up. Yeah I realize you go. Hello Hello I'm Phil Way too late in the game. Oh really so you weren't. You weren't rescuing any of the other Sounds like you didn't get the good into. We'll talk about that later but now so for audience explains tried to explain this story of this. It's if if Dr seuss Sousse had a baby with Edgar Allan Poe and then they that may be wrote soiling grain. That's what ABS Odyssey is. McDonald's was like Whoa. We're out of cows does. Let's just start cooking the employees right. Yeah exactly that's why is a a I don't know his last name would do doc in immolate Abe odd odd Abe Abe eased dot C.. Name and he's he's darken which I kept saying saying Dugan every time do he's Duke and he is the employee of the month at rupture farms which is like the primary hi. Mary meet Acting Company in the entire world. It slash the only one and he's like I'm the employee of the month while I would be if I wasn't a slave like okay. So we're doing this. This is a slightly. They don't at least he doesn't realize that their slave think. Oh we're just going to work. We work twenty hours a day. Able I think they they do well. No it's hard to tell how in the early Tutsi and he says I'm employee of the month. Why was there? I was technically a slave. He doesn't really. He just realized it when they're GONNA kill him. Yeah they figure it out later. Oppressed is what it is. Abe is a He's a hapless Duke and He's just walking down the hallway. One day randomly washing the floors and he over hears all the the higher ups the company. What's great is the opening starts off by all the posters? Say This is going all the posters and all the cut scenes in this game. They're all set up in Abad rhyming structure except sometimes they aren't really threw me off. But most parts there Abad writing structure. He's talking about how like what were they were scrapped. Cakes paramount is updates and it was one more league. Meech Meech munchies. Yeah he's talking about how they used to do. The best likes crabcakes in the business or they used to make the best in the business and then they ran out of meech. They went extinct so they had but they still make paramedic applies scrap cakes and they're walking. He's walking by the higher upscale allowing a new product. We we don't have enough meat. New are all the meat. were making us going extinct and I was like I know will well. They all talk like Benjamin zooey characters but the general consensus as I. You know. We'll just cook up but instead it is it Miyoko bars. They're gonNA make or something right obstacles in that what I possible all made out of a fish. It sounds good to me. He doesn't look like a tasty popzette healing obstacle to me. I mean okay. I'm going to stop but that joke house. The Vegas look like fish. You Just a trenchcoat legs. Yeah Lakes and well giant arms and their legs are really tiny. I think right like you don't sound appetizing either paramount. I looked up when a pair of my was knows like us trying to figure out what biology of it was and it just looks like the alien from the thing it looks like a bug. It kinda does Alex like it'd be crunchy and I don't know if I'd want access accent skeleton in a pie I mean like when you when you see the pair of my ask when you see it look giant ribcage. They're cutting up early in the game And the scribes are like excess cancer. Hell demons that maybe are like some Scorpion In there I don't know none of these things. It would make it tasty item. Not Let me consider the fact that they're being eaten by fish. Alligator Chameleon monsters that have you seen the world that this game takes takes place in any way. I'd be concerned after overhearing. His plans aid has to escape and save all of his fellow slaves which is only one hundred of them including Abe guys. Same All and get out and learn all these chance and destroyed a big bad the Boston and and Before we move on I also just wanted to jump in with a fun fact that the doc in pots we actually had severed dock and head on a stick originally uh-huh but they couldn't. They switched it up because an incident in Japan where someone was murdered at school and their head was placed post in front of the school. What the phone? We're talking about two real. I've heard sometimes I'll watch like Jesus. Japan is obsessed with like weird serial killers. It'll I'll hear stories out of Japan of Jesus Pants look at our country. We don't have like going around you know. Didn't they just catch Chiro. Learns Pan like three years ago. Maybe not even that long ago they call it like a nurse who killed potentially like two hundred to three hundred people that sounds sounds vaguely familiar poisoning patients for years. Finally Dexter episode by the way. Dexter Dexter Dexter okay. Lab Leapt to. I remember that episode where Patients Tedious Job at the school office. You murdered the entire student body real upslope. nope almost does. Actually she did it by accident. Real episode is doing with my potassium. Bounce I I do like that scene where it shows all the boards and all the prophets are down there talking all stupid. I do really like that at and it's all it's all the idea like this whole game is all kind of joke on real white. Where every we're on Capitol Hill Yeah? GTA satire or so so over the top but also like still kinda biting and funny. But he's calling us the mood dot com. Because you know we all look like fish so fating that you know we're slaves to the to the and and you know to the factories or wherever we work is kind of the idea with this game you know. I felt like the game of saying chain behind it entire messages. The game is essentially wake up. People people basically. Yeah this. This game was not subtle it was definitely like right out the gate it was it was. Industrialization is bad. Let's not eat all the fucking gals the way the way I always equated the humor in this is kind of like itchy and scratchy. Like it's just over the top. It's meant to be funny. Yeah Sand Scary. I laughed. I laughed quite a few poisonous game. Worked quite a few. I like dark humor so yup the crying game it was killing me so yeah I don't have white platforms and I don't like really challenging game and and we put it together so we've laid the most challenging platformer act. This is really a I think a cinematic platformer. He's kind of what it's called. There are puzzles cinematic. Oh yeah the Jonah. Cinematic Life One by issues with Abe. Is that he when he runs. When you stop running? He slides a lot and it took me way too long real. You can run and jump off a ledge wait too long that out and it just in general any any time you have to stop like hit a switch is a little bit of issue. Yeah a very agile chameleon I mean you can even die from running into a wall too hard. You can't just like a fish. Don't fall too high. You will die for sure. And the height isn't even that high like e e E. You can't draw too far. Yeah no escape. It reminded me so much of like limbo and inside those are like the only other like I was trying to other. There's cinematic platformer and I got like. What's that Zombie game Yeah deadlight I'm trying to think of other games kind of like this and those are like the only three I really think off the top of my head. Yeah that's fair. I mean we should point out that this is a side scrolling game. It's not ah three D platformer person. No no yeah. It's a science girl or boy plays with the camera a lot a lot. I was really surprised. Is like that opening level. Is You like they catch you like I guess you spying on them. If you're just overhearing the conversation that like Oh we gotta kill him and you just immediately takeoff and the whole first third of the game is getting out of the factory pretty much. Yeah exactly. I didn't mind that part so much now. I also like you have the overseers ears which are called which I don't know what the hell they look like. Geena machine guns that you can say hello to them L. now you've got guns and robotic legs and cuttlefish smells back with the fish. They look like They look like what I imagined. The reapers would look like in a first mass effect if they they did. Try Kofi spaces and robotic legs Jacqueline's well from what I read. Apparently that their their visors on their mass ask their eyes are actually further. Back than that in the visors are supposed to help them see forward because you can. You can run in front of them as long long as your fast and you catch them off guard. They won't they were like what's his name for my appreciation raccoon city. The your day is name is dumb ass was that name Specter is if it it was something it might be for is. It was something ironic given that he can't see hot Goldman. Yeah it was hot Coleman By the way hair mys- look really fucking creepy sector visor Bodrogi Specter goggle things at point. Different directions yeah. I didn't I didn't have a problem so much with the whole name. I just forgot their names has left me guys. I just thought it was this leagues in the slogs. The slobs are like the the evil dog looking things. Yeah and I gotta say I almost felt a little bit bad when you visit best asleep because you can chant as long as there isn't a item in the game that prevents you from camping with the have. How all over the place called chant chant protectors or chant something? I've forgotten the machines that apply around and zapped you and then you get and then you you can't change but you can possess slig- out. Now they go oh is your possessing them and I always felt bad when you take it over. Come here boy and you call when the slogs to follow follow you and then you can shoot him in the back but I as long as the second evolution of the gravity of tremors so yeah down in eyeless dog with a giant mouth size of its head the the the the the Okay what are the two streakers. That's author streakers from premise to Earth's to nitric we've loop but I do now shops after Jackson who the slog when you possess that's the slig- got pregnant. I know it's already in me. And I played this game this week and you can send them down tunnels to eat slipped. Eat the slicks either enemy. Let's just say that dogs cuttlefish and what are the other was big bats ads. They're not really in this game. That is like the old sears. Compare the one that like a corporate. CEO's of the company and there's a bunch of them in the board. I mean essentially or room I call them. I call them. shoemakers cuttlefish fro droids and. Let's see other. There's like a mind thing that like flows around sale. which was David those things I mean? There are parts in this game where you have to time it. Just right when the There's this rotating mind that will move around the screen that you're on and usually it just goes in a certain pattern but certain levels it just goes after you so God this game. We should motion. Should explain that. Every single frame in this game is basically a puzzle. Is What or multiple frames. They'll be like you have multiple room. You have to do certain things before you can move on to the checkpoint and it's all like okay you have to draw the guy into this room possessed the guy here run him back over overshoot this guy run over here shoot back Guy Right. All in one fell swoop to yeah well for me. It wasn't one usually but you know let's I would have never I would never got I would never got his name But also as you're escaping factory you're supposed to rescue the fellow Duquesne's and then I would see them. But I did not go. Oh come on me and I'm like oh I don't worry about it later and by sucker laser I'm escaping. Ip's apart in the ending but you you played this game. You'll see you fell doke into. Who are scrubbing the ground and stuff and you're supposed to you have to rescue them in to rescue and we have to walk you hold down L.? To and trying with the game does not tell you and he'll go along Tom and they'll go well. And then you have to follow up with follow me and then you'll bring them to a portal and then you get the portal offered. Yeah Yeah but for the longest time. I didn't know that I didn't know what to do with them. I just left him he just left him to die and when I got back to the factory and the end of the game is like casualties thirty. I'm like thirty dollars advice because I didn't rescue them in the beginning. Love Love the factory setting his game I love the background Aw Limbo it's like at the exact same limbo static factory so hill factories are hell. I'm good. They're all five times in a row but like yeah as you're going through the game alcott. It's like say the game boy sit against it's it's it's so beautifully framed so many frames of the game or something like areas as the game have like giant signs in the background are just like blatant propaganda. There's one that's like if you survive all the other like one one one escaped jokin. Means Twenty nine killed Madeleine. Yeah like if you escape all the all of your friends on this level will be guilt. So what happens in North Korea. North Korea like Pizza Hologram signs. The background where it says this kind of work. Escapes escapes casualties. I think of is that is the whole idea that if they escape like you said there's just GonNa kill everyone else and you're gonNA they're gonNA to pay the price for you escaping. It does remind me again it was probably shot at different dictatorships in in our in real life right right. That's got the only like hit. The game gives you that you should be doing that. The game doesn't come out and say I know point. Does anyone come out and say hey save these other medallions. It's just stuff back like. Yeah there's a room there's ruined with spray. Paint the walls to save us and things. Yeah yeah very little about the actual game play is given to you directly aside from some very basic controls with those pizza signs that are just like the factories to say. Hey like press press eight jumpy the it it. I didn't know you could talk to people. I did not find out until after when you come back to the factory desks when I realize you can talk to people one rescuer love so much going onto the hello. Hello okay. Why if you walk doc into a trap like I did one time? I'm pretty sure he said Oh or oil or something like oh no interface happening. I was trying to rescue on every time I stayed. Follow me. And he jumped into the meat grinder and I couldn't figure out to get him and he can just die. Let's not let's not forget the point out the fact that as has a you can be a masochist in. Kill your mellow mood documents. Alemi to your death. Yeah throwing right I had to possess a slig- and you have I not a shock and I swear that's the machine gun you can hold it down it's sort of one EDA's schalken inner city. Oh maybe I'm thinking later on the game. Then the machine gun says a part where you play you possess a slave and you have to kill all the fucking slogs on the planet. They just keep coming coming yeah. They'd run out of the Kennels like twenty thirty minutes terrible more than that. It's like it's like four at a time and I think I think there's like eight waves. It's ridiculous and you can't hold down the trigger because you hold on the trigger when you're when you're one of these flicks they step back and they'll step off screen and then you're done I I could I like okay. I'll just shoot. Don't shoot jumped out of the screen and killed me and it was okay. That's nice. That's our Bang Bang Bang Bang for like a good five five minutes. You were just firing a shotgun nonstop. I was like five minutes but it's foggier should be. It's a long time and entirely too long. It's it's ridiculous ridiculously. It's it's long enough to get so point where you're like. Oh boy this is going on for a while and it Kinda comes back around and you're like this is spun and then it goes back to being a drag has enough enough time to hit you in waves of Jesus Christ funding ends in judo law. They do repeat the same puzzles they add to it they change them up and they keep keep them fresh even though it does some things get boring but it. You aren't being smacked with the same exact thing over and over again. Keep challenging you with new ways. I give you your as he's now figure out how to use these three grenades we're going to give you to escape this level a game. Never lets you feel comfortable new news. You don't elect at no point. Will you feel like you're in control. You never or you get one time where you Kinda feel powered up but it it's like it's only lever is a puzzle part you get up to do a puzzle and then you go on and you're not powered up at the time you're in control is the main menu where you can go to. The game sounds and pushed hard footing. Yeah Yeah Okay. I didn't know you could fart. two-way later this gave you out L. compressor just as a puzzle that wash your sex in the game where you have to do like a music puzzle and series. Shut the fuck up to stop searching web for Fart puzzle perform. I actually gave the music puzzle and the key to like letting the other Chameleon fish no that you finish the puzzle is by far. Will you go. Hello Hello fast word. You're dealing you that I will admit got old to me after bring fast I after the first one I was like okay. That's funny joke. I find funny but the whole gang like test section. Where do you get rescued by big face? That's his name that's not a dumb nickname. My made up. His name is big face. It has big basin pretty right because he wears the mask and so therefore that's space or them. I actually face I have not but Yes he by big face and he's like Oh you have to pass the test of the medallions and so you go into a fucking King temple which is just filled with medallions and I guess slaves that are there no captured the rest of the Dokan so they can start child. Yup Oh there's also para might cause you had a pair of my nest and scare nest rattled is paramount's and slaves and slogs for everything. The answer is flawed but all in there have a music puzzle like Password System the passage. Just they sing a song and then you have to sing it back in any far and then you keep going and every single time at the end of every single one you far out. Okay you we know the in the sequel Accident that is five times worse you have to memorize at least like twenty different things of dialogue Ever were never playing on this. PODCAST are known on the list. It's already on next week's episode. I don't think then. There's a seven of them for the series now. None there's Odyssey. APES EXODUS ODD World Stranger's wrath ask which came after odd were adventures and ahve advertisers do but those are just like ports right there remained out hand held and and there's a new one that's about or you know in development solely I saw that Full graph half is the one that I played before that I would definitely be on the show at some. It's such a weird like I. Don't I don't understand. So the company that makes these is operatives inhabitants designers Lauren landing. Everybody fucking loves. Apparently every view I saw was Lord. Landing is a God lovelorn adding a lot and I kept laughing because I was like this. Company has made like three Games essentially and just survive of releasing them and remastering them for years. It like as Odyssey accidents and much is on us and then out of world non-world ventures to which are remakes of OSCE and Exodus and then train Russia. which is a different game? If the first shooter so downing running game five years after that Stranger's wrath hd mission and then after that much as Odyssey mission and then new and tasty which was essentially a rebate from the ground up as Odyssey and then sandstorm which is a retelling of AIDS exit this New and tasty by the way everyone gave it shit when it came out and I didn't understand why because I thought it looked amazing but the more you play hit the more you realize that they fucked up all the art style in it and everything looks clean and very nice. Yeah that's like disgusting thing industrial wasteland. Exactly they totally botched it. Oh that sucks yeah. I didn't I didn't play the remake I played the PS one version. Then either. You don't plan it. They were like we're remaking Jack to and it's isolating clean like Tokyo Clean Cityscape. It's Nice looks great. What's everyone angry about as we were saying earlier? One thing like we mentioned briefly. I mentioned get grenades in this game. You get rocks and you get grenades and their only purpose is to solve. Certain puzzles like Iraq is to distract them. Unusually wasn't yeah food to you. Get Meat Yeah you get meat for the pair bear might fucking pyramids even grenades like you use the grenades to kill enemies but even that is more of a feels feels like a puzzle. It doesn't feel like timing out. Yeah until it blows up. And the way you find out how many clicks takes blow yourself up and then throw it the either blow up a guy but even then it's it's terrible. I just not very accurate easiest mechanic. Nothing easy game. Nothing's dying is okay. Okay to point out spray annoy myself because I rescued. All of adoptions game Australia not to and at the end at the end I realized that you don't we'll have to rescue all the medallions to get to get into. You only need to save fifty. That's how I got the good ending house like motherfucker I put so what's Goddamn time. Saving does got the fish people. If only you have the Internet but look these things up. I just assumed I had to save all of them. I mean in my head I was like like. This is a game from nineteen ninety-seven the state like the good ending. State is save everybody in the bat and he says is like even if you miss one your thoughts that was my. That was my assumption of game from ninety seven not realizing that this game is like way better than most nineteen ninety-seven games. I think my exit us. Actually you light up the savior of your wanted to get the good ending cheese and it's twice as hard disks. Let's never do that. It's two discs in Moscow. None of us all right. Do you have a question for you guys. When after you escape the the hell the hell factory and you're running around? You seem a little banners across their fate across their mouths and they have slingshot. Are you supposed to talk to them to get past them. Yeah okay I rolled and jumped and and every so often they get lucky and they wouldn't shoot me figure out how to get past them so I would just saving loads saving low and if you do it right they won't shoot you for some reason. DACHSHUNDS campfire fire straight. When he fired Mike they laugh l.? I just rolled in jump and then every so often I get lucky enough and he. They wouldn't shoot nice move on his part. There are multiple like a good twenty percent of the Puzzles Games. Need to be solved by fighting for got Ya. It's like that should happen in fucking a Banjo Kazoo. And I gave so much Shaka's humor's wasn't for me. When do you in Utah? Fart noises invasion very well kept blower. It's just it's just nothing for it or is this a long time like the podcast. I would have been awhile was like a year ago. Also I still remember the Farts I they haunt me and mostly yeah I just like I love so much of the humor in this game but been yeah just the farts are like I think you just have to be a fart person like some people really Liam join farts. I don't really I I like one fart. I will laugh at but after twenty years like I. This is getting old. Yeah same very nineties humor. If you're the kind had a person that would go into somebody else's house far and laugh in this game is played perfect way. That's the review on the back of the box. They aren't they viewed by dinner schemes. Three you you like to enjoy party at work and then people's houses you joy they look at. You would discuss that. I had the game for you. You need to look up to see who at Gamer horrid review this game because it got eight nine points you five for like eight and nine hundred like across the board except for Aegean which gave the seventy five everybody else's like this game solid eight or nine gene was like Nah. It's a seven Novak you but Aga said that basically was the game generation so maybe don't elephant never told that story on the podcast but a long time ago when I was in school for game. Aim Design one of my teachers. Were just like pull up various magazine Marie sites and put them on the board and just want us like talk about them at the beginning. Classes are like Oh we like what you think of this. What do you think of this? And he pulled up an article over my dead space three the game of the generation and and the whole class the whole it was like a two hour glass and the whole class was him shitting. All over is in for this one. Arctic the gave Gabe Shit the fuck everything else. Dead Space Three came out. I guess everything else just sucks because everything else is irrelevant. It's the why shouldn't even try anymore because that's basically it was. What do you fuck them like that? Okay Good Luck. So he had he was actually developed. Mellberg don't like age of Empires and a couple other days. It's just he's at work on space. Three that's what I will never forget. Get a heavy yelling about Aegean baseball review for the rest of my. He's still a carrot. It's not a game generation for maybe dead space to all right. Why are we talking about the while here actually back so basically this little game we've kinda covered it actually but basically said yeah aid? Abe escapes from the plant and when he escaped he runs into the moon and on the moon he see something that looks like his hand so he puts it up and he realizes it's the same It it fits right in with the moon and in Japan they actually Found it as an insult to put four fingers on the AIDS hand because of the meat packing subclass which is basically what. This is about So they only put three. They found it offensive that yes. They might have been four Japan's unlucky number. Yeah I think it's the same death or are like a bunch of games OCTA them. They're like a That's our thing. I think you guys Japan man if you were if you're under the gun you pissed off Boston to cut off your finger as a tribute album and he was saying though like after you do meet awesome that match thank you. Don't actually go to the moon. You just he sees the moon and he's looks up and goes. Oh it lines up is kind of a glut Kennedy idiot but hey well. He's he's like What is it Wiley Coyote clubs? Yeah Yeah that's fair. What's the on Land Dan Right? Yeah yeah he's doing his best for fish man all right slash no. He's no he's doing what he can the part. That really pissed me off Kato. So after you're kind of like you're in the area and you have to like we were saying past doc in any go to these two temples and for some reason I decide so you have the paramedics that we talked about earlier in the scrap. Your scarabs scrap. Whatever the welfare and the you'd have their nest and I want to grab one? I not not just like I'll just do this one first and that's the harder everyone all my God. I was ready to fucking controller. Everyone part to doing this game and the problem is there's one part where you have the scrabble grab think of like a bull. We're going to call it a bull and he's running back and forth under the platform and you have time. If you're stealth game. You have to wait until he goes all the way the other edge dropdown run over ever grabbed the switch and then run and jump back. Well I didn't know you could run and jump. I thought you had a run stop then just not enough time to do that. I try is like thirty forty. Hi I watched the video. He runs and jumps like motherfucking game and he ran a dish. I dried APP like fucking cheap. I almost did it without running. and W I almost had it but I just couldn't get it because they're not running jump before then. Though I I spoke to but you can do the game without running jumping. Before that. It's much harder I handicap myself but you can Senate bikes made for the game where now people are going to challenge themselves to just running not jump Bethlehem Gore. I guess my Stereo New Category Games done slow. But they'll scare things in general Like bowls you have to go through Mr Area with these puzzles and you have to. They get together. They fight each other. But sometimes you haven't fight. You gotTA run fast enough if they get done fighting they're gonNA come kill you which happened all all my any so long. And then there's a final depart with a scrabble where I mean. I'm assuming it's all one check when you're not playing the way I played it and you have to run jump run jump new scratch you have to you have to roll. You have to run and roll through a hole which I never knew how to do and I find learn how. Oh my God what. I was getting so pissed off is everything is like you have to be spot on. You have no time to think you have no time to plan your jumped. You just have to do it. And you're being chased entire time. The the second scientists game gives you like any sort of ability. It's like all right. I hope you're an expert at it. Okay you use a grenade hope you know how to use them and then the other. The other temple with the pyramids pair. They didn't seem as bad like they look like what's a good example for a pyramid other than penis like. It looks like it's scared of you. If you start go for it and it jumps away and with doing Jewish if making you think Oh. You're I'm in charge and as you walked towards it and chase it it turns around and eat you instead. He's that hot dog. Maybe look she doesn't eat me. They look like the The stalker form of the flowing from aleatory. Anybody yeah like a spider flood things that Okay Yep I haven't played halo when I'll Albee doing nothing but doing that today so today today. We're doing this on December first in two days mass chief. BC's Oh that's right. You'd like hearing for me for a while already out. Actually I assault on steam earlier. I think its own. Stand as a preorder. Yeah There was on sale. Two fused god-like. Where's to go? Yeah Bye I. I've definitely not starting Steve Right now to check. That would be ridiculous in the middle of talking about yourself of it just all right. I was you're dealing with a pair of my desk for you. We also kind of meat. You can use the meat to distract a pair of Mike but you don't have that much time they'll eat the meat Hey you know let's get. That sounds good. Oh my I was getting this game. If pissed me off. And there'd be parked right would save mid puzzle and realize I fucked up the whole puzzle earlier in the section. You have to start over anyway because I just did it wrong Those game I like everything outside the factory like you are the bottle of the food chain everything everything is going to kill you. Yeah I like I like. I was expecting you to get out. And it's like like in a standard gain. You get out and there's other medallions as in like they teach you how to survive and they're just like normal people but in this game you get out and it's like everything in the world is trying to kill you. The factory was like almost safer by comparison breath safer well until they decide to start like cutting y'all to be sleds but before it was like you were workforce. I mean you get out. You're like oh no it's it's even worse out here. Everything is trying to add. By the way Stewart was right it is the third by bad. It's not like I've been chatting every day I dream about a win. The first halo on the show eventually so it's already in the schedule. Agile wallaby playing it in today's so our next her next game is short. Shouldn't have a problem. I was listening to the soundtrack to get ready for Halo and I had to stop. Because I've been through this before if I listened to the Halo Soundtrack while driving. That's dangerous dangerous combination award hog. Because I've got my truck. I've got a pretty big truck and I'll be listening to music and I'll be imagining aging myself in a word hog and I'm like Oh my God I'm going hundred thousand. We're under attack. Brennan writes me aggressive. It makes me progressive. When I'm driving? It starts playing and you're like yeah fuck shit up Owain up on a road with other people like that the average there's something called and then also when you finish these two temples you get like tattoos on your hand which give you a power that you only use. What three times? Four Times in the game. A really stupid power he morphs into Parts Carol Part Para might part mood okay. Let's say a weird asking for like two seconds into shoots a blast all over the level destroys all the mind destroys all the enemies on that screen and then your power goes away. You don't get it again to the game tells you UH. Isn't it kind of like a metaphor that he's like taking revenge on the company for all the dirty deeds they did to them like all the different species or whatever. Yeah something yeah yeah. That's what I took away from it. I didn't like it looked cool. We haven't mentioned The fact that a as his mouth is so shut. We haven't mentioned that we were too busy talking about the Mohawk earlier Fischer. Not by the way I'm seeing concept art of Abe now because what his tattoos like WII Games which I think Which I definitely am not GonNa get but I definitely want to get I? I actually have a fact here by Lorne lanning thing about why his mouth is stitched Aid stitched mouth was done because when he was born he was more of a crybaby and it was something that was done to him to help the situation it was done before he developed consciousness causing him to perceive the stitches as part of a why you all the pictures in the background have stitches is on the the fish mounts because bitches get stitches at since gets that'd be a great sketches. Ll I like how when you look when you start running away immediately. A mug shot of you comes up with your name like crudely drawn on. That's how you find find out the media. Yeah and it's it's yeah. It's your employees picture like that's the picture that copay has of you. Incase you try to escape it just naturally have it but you know everyone who went when you went to go get your job or your hair. Whatever work now addict orientation? Don't trust them. They're going to kill you one day. Get your whole i. People who know me know talk about this affair amount by love graffiti and B Games. I love like stuff drawn. Walls like one of my favorite games is life or death because of that it's like almost specifically and everything in the safe rooms. I love this game called Ms Created that has some of the coolest graffiti and even though the game itself is this shit and I wouldn't play it. It's like a daisy knock off. That is not very good. The graffiti is great and I think in as Odyssey was really cool like seeing the a fish mouth like the fish face posted up and like shit written all over like save us and the implication that the other other medallions of sorry like I don't understand like idolizing him but he's got his following popping up about a rough game right in in by in my game they didn't idolize me. I let them all. That's on you that's your fault but then why gay. I love the stylized sized faces with like the is crossed out and it's like just so much like blatant propaganda Alpo all looked really cool actually or something that if excape everyone dies new quote for the shirt assaulted dies you leave the big killer estimates the art you go as you as you progress through the factory the Second Badger. Actually I was actually saving medallions. Finally and I did like when you finally get near the end. Should we start going on the end of this game. Almost everything Sir Okay I did like it like what you get near the end the game you finally get into the boredom that you saw in the first part of the game when he's looking through the window and realize Oh shit they're gonNA start killing us and you end up using that power that is at all the races kind of getting revenge for getting getting killed and he kills all the board members and the guard almost all the board members and just slightly both as shoot through start blowing up everybody at is to recall who was on the coolest in this game and then you get knocked out or something they grab you. I can't remember exactly it's in the face and then yet knocks you out and they drag. I use my you up above a grinder and the whole game. Is Abe narrating. What happened as he's hanging above this grinder? It's like a hole in the ground and it's like it's in the dust Sarla bet. Yeah basically. It's just a hole in the ground with like a bunch of grinding teeth in it and you're hung up by your hands and the gluck in which account what was his name the main one Molly Molly I remember that. Because of Rohrschack from Watchmen Mall. You Walk Your Locker with team. Yeah I read watchmen to. I've only seen this accident or movie. I you should read it. Well maybe we re we might read on a certain podcasts casts at some point in the future watch the show is all I haven't picked up show it all here with And it's really good but disturbingly artsy were saying about Dokan token or whatever the hell is Amos gluskin. Okay like I said this game is very Dr Seuss esque. It's like with slaves and slogs in the naral rhyming structure. It feels like okay. What's that The Laura Acts like if the Laura acts was like are rated is summer the Laura acts guns or something. He's got tied up and he's giving you each. You don't really speak English. No one else does speak. Why they like mumble? Yeah anything going on. Abby Eh sleeps talking though yeah the annoying thing. Is that like the whole all the narration. This game is set up in rhyming structure and and then sometimes but like molly will say something. And that's Mitt to complete arrive but it doesn't rhyme it's just like and that's when they want us to sing remember that's not a fucking run. You can't just through that quoth the Raven it's a it threw me off so much to have to have a Ryan Not Ryan to have like like an hour of very structured ochsner narration. And then just drop it at. Some blinds threw me off so much. It's a big anyone curious. PISS OFF STU starter. Rhyme and don't finish it. No it's okay. If you start a Ryan don't finish it. I'll just finish it in my head but if you had all it yeah if you always have if you have a rhyme going on like like if the end of the end of like you don't like time it works out is the end of low Fuck if it's not dead presence as I have. No Eddie we talked about is a song called lump by the presidents of the president's the USA. She's long she's and the song initially initially had a rhyming in. And then we're Yankee did a parody of occult gump and he ended with Like he's he's got an that's all I have to say about that. That and that's how hint it's like okay. That's deserved but if you have like the end of Chris that won't Christmas Ryan About Santa Coming and you just end it with a random sentenced the meal. I don't know if it's OCD. Thing what it's weird. It is weird. I agree and I just listened to it. I don't I don't all right three endings. I WanNa want to stay in my rants about in the right way and I got the bad. It'll be because I'm a bastard. I didn't rescue you. have to your strength. You could if you rescue under fifty gets the bad ending if you rescue between fifty and ninety nine get the good ending and if you rescue one hundred you get the best Eddie like you can't and ninety right right. Well now I am. I remember this wrong. If it's less than fifty s about anything if it's more than fifty good and then and if you get the good ending don't you also get get like the like promotional and like alternate trailer or something is one of the endings in the main menu. I think if you get all of them then you get an extra bonus ending joining which might be that promotional one. Yeah that's really fucking weird. Did anybody else watch that. I know it's it's bizarre. What's good yeah Let's say what's the what's the bad thing. Is I think a better defense. I got it so I didn't. I knew it was a bad anybody still figuring things might be a little okay. So he's hanging up by the by by his hands and then they has a bunch of Dokan standing by the fire saying we should help them. They're like screw that schmuck. He didn't help us. I'm I'm like Oh shit and then they don't come help you. They dropped in the grinder tablet on the last three. Help him let him suffer. It's it's literally nothing you did mattered. Yeah basically which I guess means the whole point of the game is to rescue them tokens and be a good day. It's just like I'm okay. Okay was ABC because I will ever play this game again so I'm fine with that but I gotta go down because your completion. Yes a real problem. Yeah it takes me a long time to finish like Draghi's inquisition. This is so many. Elective thing I forget. All of them. We walking around like I have. I have twenty out of twenty one songs whereas last fucking song or is he just have to wait. You just have to wait for someone to sing it. Oh I got the good ending which Why don't you tell us the good ending is all the medallions are like? They're role in this kit. which I describe as a the party hit from the Second Matrix movie or they're all Diana they're having that like the crazy? Yeah the crazy crazy like orgy. Drumbeat hate that part of that movie by the way. So that part of that very we're morpheus is just giving his speech along that that's my favorite part of that movie. You know we got talk about something or we're just doing his His warriors speech. He's like can you dig it and I just started rubbing and having sex. It's great you're going to go down man. Men's we'll have one last Hurrah my last orgy so all right so you you were saying. While the ending of they're they're getting ready for their massive mud and drum. Orgy These morpheus speaking and then and then aid comes out and big face shows up. You're still it's still like opens up with you hanging over the pit. By the way it's going back and forth it goes chose that shows you hanging over the pit and embiid it shows up as a chance and like shocks me not related to death but enough for his close the fall I fly off and you see that he's got a really rude body these alike he looks like a Disney villain at first where his his long cloak on any shocks. And it's real. He's got these like weird as arms and these tiny little legs lake and supposed to be like Like is really inadequate downstairs to the stage in front of all the orgy medallions and they all the chance to yell and say Hey Yea Brigade has to cut the block. Before the ordinary starts a effort matrix they save. Yes that's the black. That's that's going to be an Saul store. He entirety of soul storm is just one long. We Talkin Orgy. I'd play with with the exact with the exact sound bite. Light of Beatrix to playing tough it still. That's a ten out great I'm Steffan. Did you see the promotional thing that we were just talking about. Not that I have no idea what it is. I actually started watching it and then I just clicked. Pascet guys details it some One week talking about it. Sorry it didn't work out. Well it's nothing you're just ignore my song. Yeah take that. I don't know why it's there's they don't call it like the promotional trailer they call it somebody else within the game. What it's like It's eight eight starts looking to here. I was just thinking what if what if hugh rescued all the medallions and at the end. You're waiting for that special ending and it's just Rick Ashley going to give you a out. Were were chanting for you. And it's like the the device that like chicken farms where you're just comes in. That's all of their heads off to like. Yeah thanks you got it all together in one one place catch them all comes out wringing his hands like they just have polka balls in their feet and thrown like. It's like the first metro game where the bad thing is the good thing. I'm trying to think of how to even describe this. God Damn trailer that you have A. It's so weird you're like it's a like like on the floor and a TV flies up to him. It's the best way I can make described as saying it's like it's like If anyone's play Fallen Colony Vegas It's like the row like the TV robots from the big empty Over lose votes all Alex like that and it just starts in a very cold in creepy voice explaining how Abe is going to be like the chosen one for his people and all these devices come out an aide is like freaking out and hanging at this point and like all these like weird surgical tools are coming out and he's getting closer and closer to eight or just like overshadow. Am Am and it cuts the black like okay. That was weird certainly weird. Yeah that doesn't. I'm glad I didn't watch the. That sounds stupid. Though it's fame you're GONNA be the one a year going to be the one to save everybody in Asia. Yeah this is it. I think Abe is like I wouldn't say he's an idiot. I'd say he's like a buffoon he reminded me a lot. A lot of Like Roger Rabbit. Yeah yeah that's what it wasn't just keep saying different words idiot now. He's like a hapless lovable all like buffoon indecision kind of idiot. Yeah he's like totally soon doesn't know what he's doing. He knows what he's doing. He's just like homes zero weird. Okay we actually got a lot of feedback from people about this game. He's like if Bill Murray was a cartoon character uh-huh and completely hammered. Yeah I took groundskeeper from caddyshack. Yeah exactly from caddyshack. If it was the chosen one see we go somehow. Alright two things I want to say for one. They want to say for questions or not really quite at this point not not even questions anymore. But August and the we didn't mention we should mention early on the front of the box that says no menus. No inventory bars. No score peeping noteworthy those scorekeeping just infinite lives victims to rescue in in a supposedly challenging gameplay. which kind of what you get yourself into but yeah I forgot to mentioned earlier and I do want to say that I did? I did approach this in four different groups I ask you got a ton of feedback. We're not gonNA read all of it but I wanna read definitely some that people had I I want to read from Daniel Mellman said I love this game. Make sure to play twice no way in hell or I'm never had they don't want some good all right. I think I can agree with this woman from do Gold Manzar pent. Sorry if I pronounced aim wrong and you're listening to this. It's a game. I wanted to like dearly but ultimately would just frustrated frustrated by it had cool mechanics very good art direction and a somewhat simple but effective plot. The atmosphere is the best part of the game. It's a shame that it gets too difficult to quick and it feels sluggish in a way. I don't like you know I can agree with that. I agree with that. I mean it definitely really just it gets very challenging. There's one thing we completely skipped over which I now that brought this up that I felt kind of broke up some of the challenging gameplay or at least it helped with jumps when you get that you think is his name the Little Yoshino laugher. I'll I I liked him he only use them to make a few different jumps after. Like do puzzles because he starts eating. Honey won't leave. But he hates these like Winnie the Pooh and I think it might be there right. Yes yes is he had a date probably not enough animal. It looks like it. Looks like from Ice Age aalto. Dennis a slow victory Daniel Locks that I have fond memories of making Abe save up follow me and partying sounds over and over. You must have been a child at the time. It is not funny anymore. Yeah if I played this game when I was like eight fucking loved it. Maybe I don't know what it might have been more fun. came out. Ninety nine. Might be semi seven so I was ten probably found it funny. I was four so go ahead. Three arts yet. I was probably tend to so are at that point for my door to save it from mark. Goldstein you said. I've loved this game as a kid. The tone at fear and humor I greatly enjoyed the grimy Machinery Setting is one of my favorites just to look and feel of it is so so cool and interesting it is still as though the whole anti consumerism. Message flew over my young mind. We have the fun of this. Yeah and he said Sequel AIDS this way better. I never want to find out sir. Never alligator that. It is better I would love to Out Love like a rule who played as Odyssey's a kid and they can play as adults just not like. This is what I play. Oh Oh give back in the show. We kind of skipped over but all four of us. This is our first experience with his. Yeah yeah no I played it as a kid. What the hell am I talking about? Yeah Yeah I three of US Stephens and this this comment from drew drew van ratings and wait Alemi. Okay okay. I mean values are just fine. Oh southern earl. Culture aged exodus is even better a great puzzle platform with a weird tripping story all those pitched one game with pre rendered backgrounds. Hold up so well for me. I'm sure nostalgic plays a a big partner. Yes yes it does. If you like these games please play harder darkness. I don't think that's happening now. I have no such a game to stay away from Ross darkness. I think if a Super Nintendo game now especially PS one. I looked at him thinking. Okay you're thinking out a world or another another world yea I I know what you're talk. Yeah because I. I've looked up a whole list of all the cinematic by farmers and doing this really hard darkness is way more like bullshit but I was like it having looked at it. I am vaguely interested. I mean maybe I I don't WanNa same guys you made another world. I know that That doesn't entice me all right. This is from jails Pontus. I know I pronounced runoff. That wrong I said was was a bit better balance if I recall correctly. At least I didn't remember that one having as many tiny based puzzles fucking hyphen based puzzles are all Over this damn game Playing harder darkness just looked it up in the composer for darkness was the same guy who composed the music for a homeward rebound the rentable journey. What are we doing here? Oh a tombstone holy Shit. Yeah we're fucking playing. That gave us the gift of Shit Monster Heating the main character. This has really brutal heart really brutal death animations for a game that you play the kid like like two thousand thirteen brutal or I don't know I grew shop. This guy did the fuck him. This is such weird careers I he did this. He did the he did the score for rescuers down under homeward bound. Baby's Day out in tombstone. Okay I got this I want to read Joshi Gavilan. They said just go on house. The greatest game ever made. That was this common. That was my fault noise. It didn't come up very good. I don't think they square off like Mike now. I say ever got him months now. We are back up two more comments and we'll be done with questions okay. She'd take care. I shouldn't even say questions anymore. In the show they never question from there. Yeah this law men are the best side scrolling games ever made in my opinion Nia. I can see how people think opinion. I disagree when I can see how people will make that disagree. There's a lot of people that said love this game and things of that nature and people really liked this game for ninety seven. It's really impressive. I I worry that we did do just because he's really impressed. Chevy kind of counterfeit will offer bucks to watch. I like to more things. 'cause there's over one from Joel Hobbles had no menus and I didn't get that right away to like. Oh yeah he's on recover. 'cause everything's being everything's getting cooked and eaten but Ashley Measures. This is the last thing I'm going to read said I remember renting it from a video shop store near me and accidentally keeping in it and I still have. It's one of my not my favorite game in the morning and the remastered fouls it up quickly. I think it's doesn't agree quite the overdue feet. You got and I Walk Buster. You're okay yeah. I prompt anymore. I definitely didn't do that. There's no way I rented a bunch of stuff from blockbuster when they were going out of business bad things you really because you know the only person that got that money were with that collects. And I'm definitely not going to do the same thing when game stop goes out of business. Oh never well that wouldn't be renting. That'd be just by for instance right box of red box out of his most mentioned we will eventually it will everything will actually did read by still buy dollars. THAT'S ALMOST DO I. It's weird. That five dollars seems like too much for a single movie. Now Right. It's a dollar for dollar here to what kind of red box you want. Some guy in the corner premium to one in a long time. Last time I went to one of those like that was a long time. There's a couple of years ago though. This is just like I mean like movies on Youtube or still like five dollars. Yeah they vary yeah they do very sometimes. It's like the movie just came out seventeen dollars against psyched owned for as long as YouTube. Besides let you own it but yeah some movies are just like I duNno. I WANNA watch like I really shit. The old movie and they'll be like this movie is thirteen dollars like why is movie. Came out forty years ago and it has like thirty percents Mehta's wise. It's still thirteen dollars on easy the summer you want. You just WANNA watch homeward bound. Okay talk just now. It's beautiful movie I it's all right. I'm hunter why don't you go first. Hello Oh holy. Shit rebound is twenty dollars to fucking by HD. Got Damn it. It's bad it's the same composer's tombstone how about you shelter boxer this gym while someone someone else's shelves shelf I mean I'm collector anything itself. Yeah see we're GonNa take this speech to the south. That's high praise. Okay I I I respect your opinion I want you. Yeah it's like Like an honorary honorary okay. I mean he does deserve it because it is a famous type game has a legacy. I instantly famous. Yeah I don't know if I don't I mean going back to it. I actually still had fun. This isn't my favorite game in the series. So it's hard for me to say because exodus is like ten ten times better than this one. They improved it in every single way. But I don't know for an Ip like when when like Lauren landings idea for this was he was looking at the games this coming out looking at the game scape and he wanted to create something unique. He didn't WanNA create you. Know Guy with guns blazing falling five stories killing everything so so I kinda respect that also respect the time and interesting concepts they put into the game of like using speech and traps. And I'm having to save your fellow Dawkins I mean stuff like that and you can kill em too which is great. I really respect the shit out of that because nobody else was doing that at at that time in fact. I don't think anybody did the same thing except for hardy darkness. Whatever the hell it's called? Eso It's just you know a and if you're willing to go out on a limb and create something and it actually comes out to be something that people like. I mean I just I like it. I like this game. I like the sequels butter but ah I respect what they did with this Ip. And I put it on the shelf just for that room. I was not what I was expecting this to go. I want I used to. I don't know I'm very racing to. It's I don't know like the last like three games. We've played all been really difficult have been really difficult. I WANNA say they all have been really difficult and skinny remember. I think I don't know if we're GONNA sell this or not. I don't know I liked it a lot. I had a lot of fun playing this game and like seven. It's it's so different than any other game. We played really the only time you get gun is when you take control of the slaves and even then you shoot Utica enemies on you blow up and urge game to be so quick to get to try to go so far away from the like stairs ever go. Violent Protagonists agonists but still have a totally brutal violent game was just a crushing atmosphere. I really love that. I really love so much. This game is just like some of the humor. It fell flat for me. It was like a little wealthier mature head. I played this as a kid. I think this would be one of my favorite games because I felt really out. This game is really satisfying to beat. Yes I do that I would put this after this on par with like fallout. Like the first two fallout games like beating eating those as a fucking challenge but when you beat them you feel like you've actually beaten something and when he gets to the good scam you're like yeah fuck and did that. I fucking beat this game. I can't get no I tried. I think I'm GonNa put this on my shelf. I really did have John Flying it and I like Stafford's that I respect. I respect this game a lot. It's different you're doing something. Like original unique and for for them to make essentially three games that people loved enough for them to just make remakes of those same three games for the next twenty five years. That's impressive there's nothing to scoff at like. They clearly gave us about this world vaguely give a shit about the series resonable Capcom levels of dedication. Yeah Yeah and then they go back twenty years later. It'd be like Hey. We're going to remake that game that everyone remembers ninety seven. We're GONNA make it all. I got some say visit white as perfect as we wanted it today. So we're going to keep trying to make it as you used to be able to buy this game on on live on live. Anyone knows the hell. I'm talking about all rest in peace that computer streaming thing that came out apparently from two thousand nine to two thousand fifteen and died my God. I totally forgot about in looking at like what systems. This was odd. I'm live I'm like what what is. Why does this sound familiar? Google again we. You'RE GONNA be around long either so not exactly what you have to. You have to respect. People who do why to this day are still. We're going to do an online only. It came game system wide net. Lakes where you can stream day and it's failed every single time and yet don't don't know xbox one or not area. Are we ever going to be there. I think so when states not yeah not here. Like the fucking Internet sexier. Yeah Yeah but things have to happen. That basically our entire infrastructure has to be completely redone for that to be liable. Everybody you ever saw rob and maybe fire Gitai out of Canada doesn't sell off. You would need to start. Stop Regulation of certain certain things when it comes to the data caps because you've data caffeine is not gonNa work but let's talk about on the show. I was not expecting everyone to put this game on the show. Everyone everyone expected to put the game away. Shell thought I thought for sure we all burn it. I couldn't decide until just now that was deciding. Yeah I wasn't going to be shirts. Life played it again because it's rough to go back to like an absolute guys. It's what I really. It's the charm. It has that Weird charm that like. Ask like weirdness student and I just love. Yeah you do love weird. That's for sure. Sure came onto the ball. 'cause I never never WANNA play this game and that was a good game will agree. It's the game but is not for me is the game that made me upset. I played it. I beat it and I never WANNA look again. Yes I'm PROB- Yes. I housing say Mike. I expect the honestly put it on the shelf because I mean it just seems like with save states would probably be easier on easier. Yes but it's easier Asian aspect of if I can save inbetween puzzle but it still is pitch to do something with puzzle real l.. Counselor I didn't realize you can pause this game until very near the end because I think I have controller screwed up and my pause was right on the second on the bottom joystick. For some reason. It's not start so I didn't think this game had a feature so I didn't use as write would've you saved. I couldn't stop moving. I wouldn't say V when I did save Dave. I screwed myself a couple of times but this is still very county and if you do wanNA play if this sounds interesting to you it's around I mean hey it's not a play station. Classic if you bought one of those like guy did or new on. Es Four right yes. That's right yeah steph up. You know. Don't play that one doing daisy easiest. It's it's like their version. I got was like playing Newin. Tasty would be like saying I wanNA play the original resident evil. So I'm GonNa play the resonance you remain. I would acquainted to if they somebody said look. We're going to remake your favorite game and it's nothing like the original game at all points. It lacks all representation is just the same characters. That's that's okay well. This game is on playstation xbox rebate they. Were I wanNA play. Like mortal Kombat two game versus Bordeaux Kombat annihilation is the Amazing Spiderman. Two Games all right as I think we should. I think we should mention what we're going to be talking about next week. I actually don't think we changed when we change things this yes because this was next week and next supposed to be this week but we had to switch from due to our guest. Okay so then do this yes. We're playing next week. A game that I can can knock fucking weight already beat by the way but I cannot wait talk about next week. Plane Star Wars shadows of the Empire for four or whatever whatever version you WANNA play. I didn't know again. We were going to. Actually you know you're playing a different fear. Fear factor the following week now. The following week is perfect and then linked to the path. I didn't say that yet. Well you'll cut it now. What are we playing next week? Star Wars shadows of the empire and for those that are still listening then we are playing fear effect. Then we are playing Louisville Louisville Luther the fastest shifts. There's going to be announced anyway by the time you're listening to the so it doesn't matter the schedule a little bit and I always throughout the day. I try not to check my phone if I'm like at work or talking to were at school so I'll just check my phone. It'll be like ninety six messages for my staffing and I'm like Oh God okay go back. What's going on the list? All right and I was like an old list apparently I I always. I'm fucking glad with this because I I was about to start playing fair. You should play for your. I mean Chelsea Empire you can beat in one city if you really sours off by plays twice short stories a good funny of next week. We're like we're shadows empire like Quickly and walk away all right I I wanNA thank everyone for joining us and listening to another episode. Okay my mom I wanNA thank you for taking the time out to join us on this crazy ass show. That'd beer and I wanna give a quick shelter. Awesome intro altro from Bobby. All Be Aka Mike Stony from his EP. Olen God so yes so please. He's follow him in Lincoln. It's also okay. I forgot to mention hundred podcast. You should it took me up on Youtube. VG X seven I do a podcast everything you want. Nothing you need it's Usually the weekly game discussion that devolves into arguing about bad food choices movies. TV What have you And then I'll show ultimate gaming that heavily inspired by G. Force Exploit Andrew Lincoln the show notes for his podcast and his the everything. All the things. Yeah I was GonNa have you mentioned that earlier but it's been such a mess trying going to get this recording going tonight with everything I'd go on blue. We also went. Oh yeah about everyday. I'd have fellow podcasters part of this. PODCAST I four is Stephan and I both going by the bullet and do it for the first fourteen. Fifteen episode deejay did it. Now I do it actually. You should just like trying to surprise staffer nervy with it or something and see if we can do it from memory this. You won't remember this conversation. Brought that no. I definitely definitely remember because we do. Please follow facebook. Instagram Graham twitter. We are gained my mom my mom foul just search as my mom mom Google ads. Whatever you WANNA find us on we'll find I it because the websites maybe search coming right? We're getting close enough. Yeah yet sherzer coming We are changing our low veil up to make a little bit more. Professional Service are tuning mess that I made at the very beginning. Oh Gosh I like your cartoony I did. Everyone seems to like it. I fucking hate it because I made it. But it's actually of course gets a nuclear from your point shirts some some stuff online maybe Pacer on a it's a I am also hopefully over the break. I'll have time to also make a quick website for us Stewart's professional so he's taking his time Eh quotes around that I quote unquote professional right. Oh this has been another episode. And I want to and we're going to end this recording. Everyone hello why the.

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UVC / SEC - The Lighting Industry Newsbrief Sept 28th

A Light Read Read

12:36 min | 8 months ago

UVC / SEC - The Lighting Industry Newsbrief Sept 28th

"Elo. It's Monday sat. Hello it's Monday September twenty eighth and that means two things one. Avenue Z fast is Yom Kippur and to it's time for the lighting industry news brief brought to you by keystone and their exit outdoor fixtures. These are floodlights got built in collar select right on the beat. Right right on the device dusted on photocells right on the device yoke knuckle mounts on for easy mounting these are built in one twenty to seventy seven volt keystone led drivers for performance and reliability. That's keystone tech dot com or the Lincoln the description. If you please G. E. IS COMING INTO UV C. market with a little virus idol led device set to wash this fall it looks a bit like a smoke detector. That's probably a good good way to do it. the led specifiers summit and light show West owner is bankrupt. explanation is filed for chapter seven bankruptcy. FTC is joining the IOT regulation discussions. This is related to security Lamar lighting has been acquired by out Toronto Plastics they're moving to central Islip New York who she goes far you easy lamp is on fortunes twenty twenty changed the world list at number forty deal see updates efficiency member is incentives lists this spore. Solid State and horticultural revised last Tuesday NEMA has a healthcare facilities council for professionals to share knowledge ANCO has acquired lightly disease a South Carolina company buying an Irish Startup Centrex has purchased Luna Lights. This is a senior living tech firm and an automated lighting maker leamy leads is set to expand building a brand new one point two, million dollar facility outside San Jose led Vance is going plastic free on packaging Austrian blame brand lamps will come in completely recyclable boxes. Leads magazine Posadas Survey on safe workplaces a quick four question Nah four question questionnaire about your return to work experience on get a grip on lighting Sam Cordell light tag crosses over. That's a fun you'll learn about tattoos mascots and Lighting design. Flow power cells, US license this is a fifty million dollar deal bringing lighting and power systems to USA the. Is. Announced Eighty million funds available for next Gen lighting retrofit tack, and other efficiency. Powers Projects Powers LPN digital awards presented the best papers and products of the year were named informs raised one hundred, seventy million dollars for vertical farming, Delo, and Creston of pardoned partnered on Smart Home Platform Darwin. Aims to promote health and wellness. Acuity. Has Been analyzed in terms of their stock value, discussing their plans and more. Universal Display Establishes a twenty thousand dollars scholarship the full scholarship for high school students entering stem programs. Amber solutions has secured five point five around funding for better solid state products signify will be holding a shareholders meeting on the twenty seventh or agenda item appointing people to the Board Sim com named the fastest among the fasted strong companies per inc magazine Seoul. Semiconductor has partnered with SIMP- Rolex son like led's will be an. Ortiz. Luminaires. Boeing. Licensed healthy UV wants patent. These tickets will tech will be available to airlines in the autumn. Lighting Europe calls for UV to be part of the Europe. Eurocouncil's green new deal. The Department of Labor is adjusting the rules for independent contractors to make it clearer who qualifies and who doesn't Epa Star and Star have delayed a stock swap. Because China's antitrust clearance will not go through until January as Ram has set a shareholder meeting on November third to finally finally, maybe maybe finally settled the ams takeover in legal briefs. Revolution Lighting has settled there SEC's suit this six executives some current some former will pay one point, six, million dollars in fines related to improper revenue recognition. Heavy duty is sued acuity. This is ten counts related to flood. Wall packs. Car million versus Lutron claims to violations for connected switches and lack has just one four legal victory. But his still has one case pending against their imitators in events watch the I e. l. d. you vs tech presentation. This was Robert Garlic Dorsey China's David Fund germicide of lamps. The is announced a new slater webinars, for October, November, talking roadways photobiology layout. Sign up now are quite is at twenty twenty one. It's a new annual summit for Dallas, and it's set for September of next year the twenty first and twenty second. In recommended reading James Two is calling for energy focus to increasing on the two. I'm sorry James to of energy focus is writing on the increasing need for human centric lighting acting smartening industrial lighting. You can learn five questions the answers to five questions on horticultural lighting with fluency David Cohen. He- top ten under cabinet led cats Zombie tells Kenneth. Martin uncomfortable lighting Bernard Bomo is talk about an as alays virtual symposium. We've got a case study on Poe at scripts health smart windows in your workplace. Smart buildings are healthy buildings. Question Mark read more on that profiling four evolving lighting companies rethinking. Near. Design Right now. That's from trial locks and Legrand Mark? MOODY IS A. Writing on humic human centric lighting. Also, we have a list of the top ten horticultural led bat packs. in market reports led market valued at was valued at sixty seven billion dollars. Last year, the UV C. L. E. demand will remain high through till twenty twenty, two lighting service market is set to grow by fifty percent residential energy management systems are GonNa go by twelve percent year of over the next few years and smart cities market will grow at fifteen percent annually in Rep. News Mvp's named his agents for Magic Light in Ottawa Foley's merging with convergence and north winds will be reps for ils go and sem in all Ontario except Thunder Bay. Local News Normandy Tennessee is gone to led traverse city is offering loans for up own upgrades Windsor. Colorado is buying out control operation there lights, Wyoming? State. Energy Program is provided thirty two grants for efficiency. Needham. Massachusetts will be offering efficiency programs for small businesses. Sixty one schools new work South Dakota received a Sustainability Certification Medicine Hat Alberta is offering rebates on security lighting upgrades Pico. Rivera California is which three thousand streetlights over to led. Amr ESCO is extending their efficiency products with Lowell Housing Authority Walker Miller Energy. Services is offering free off on IT'S TOO LOW INCOME DETROIT Madison Heights, Michigan will upgrade all street lights and in New Jersey, we've got a one billion dollar clean energy proposal going through Pisgah Astronomical Research. Institute is named a Dark Sky Park that used to be a NASA facility. Now, it's State Park Blanco County has declared a dark sky month to raise awareness C. N. Robinson celebrates their one hundred fiftieth anniversary They started out selling seeds and farm supplies and then ladders. And than ladders led to lighting, that's how you can have a lighting company. That's one hundred, fifty years. Old land equipment is named as a finalist in the industrial hygiene. Award MRS UV maker is being named to one of the safest employers in Canada dim light at night disturbs lipid metabolism even to looks affects your liver adversely this was a test on rats but in many cases, mammals are mammals. Keep that in mind air pollution increases electricity usage. This is a card. If you study confirming that the more time you spend inside the more energy use green light will help your migraines. This is a clinical trial out of you Arizona showing that green light therapy reduces frequency and intensity of headaches Late at night is an intricate disruptor. This is a French study profiling the harms specifically of led's at night. And lie FI works. Six thousand meters underwater. This is a new device from hydro MIA aiming at the offshore construction market and in hirings departures, promotions, firings, whatever and schiffer's is CEO at floss. Matt. Roney is CEO at Leumi leads kick their lighting put Dave bad bagnall as vp of HR while mark much. Yo Chee has been named vp of it and Rockwell Automation Alex Isaac. Woods. Vp Treasurer and board offer. Officer. I've been Scott Walker. This has been the lighting industry news brief. Brought to you by stone. Thanks again for listening enjoyed the music. This is Paris solemn. Have a good week. Overnight. But. If, he can't get rid of I. Tried to foundation? Building time. Set. Gotcha? Apply to Egypt applies the out to comply. With. On the web content for the Off. Consequently. Talk before sign on but I met. Tom Hardiman a lot, Christmas Gift. To, be the. Doctor gave me. An Image Along blocking acidic don't Miss. The fact that sometimes he picks. Up. At. The The summertime bayside. Put. The. A Bundle besides decided not. To do my friends in the Northeast, picking? Up. Cost of. The. Postal Service. The Montauk Committee Kalpa the OPTIMA. Providers. In, Hudson. Refined. Be. Tough moments. 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Webinars / Fake Windows - A Light Read May 25th

A Light Read Read

10:37 min | 1 year ago

Webinars / Fake Windows - A Light Read May 25th

"Hello it's Monday. May Twenty fifth at Twenty Twenty in. That means to thanks. I today's towel day the day. We appreciate one of a single most useful things anyone can carry and it's time for the light read read nails vario newsletter about. What's going on in the industry brought to you by keystone and their expert Micro Strip fixture. These are super flexible. They fit all sorts. Various they're crazy powerful seventy two hundred luminous that's one hundred thirty four lumens per watt but they feature a smooth diffuse lens creating even comfortable lighting. These are great for schools. Hospitals retail tricky locations. That's keystone deck tech DOT COM or the link in the description. Jump into the news. Nema has updated their roadway standard for enclosed luminaires specifically directional floods and enclosed sat back luminaires. Wack lighting sued cast. Lack is defending a recent patent for landscape lighting. New Jersey manufacturer cast claims. They have no case when we leads is adding two hundred twenty s a use in commercial and twelve and twenty four volt portfolios. Mass has a new plan to cover their debts. They're going to try to offer bonds and profit participation programs to refinance their debt. They took on to buy out. Oz Ram moving efficiency forward after Calvin ended. This is Laura Sherman writing about how to keep working and how to advocate for projects going forward. The DLC publishes a report on controls interoperability. This is a white paper encouraging controls to beat more. Inter operable going forward. Kennel has licensed their disinfection leading patent to pinnacle. That would explain why. They settled their patent suit last week. Light Fair is going virtual. This is going to run from July. Twenty first to twenty third between sixty hours of courses in fifty sessions on seven tracks so Vania recalls track lighting. Her shot concerns. These are twelve models of smart tracks spot. Luminaires there's a worries about defective insulation episode. One thirty six of get a grip on lighting is now viewable Mrs Interview with Tyler. Goelden about the documentary. He put together about his grandfather. Herbert Goelden who escaped Nazi Germany to Sweden crossed the USSR and took a boat across the Pacific to get to his family. Before founding sat cow free Webinar on photo biological safety standards presented by the OPTRONICS LAB. This is about your skin cornea and retinal hazards wreck. Cell is releasing UV. See Rub webinars. These are free and paid seminars. They'RE GONNA to run from now until June eighth ever light reports gains at the star reports. Losses the led packager saw profits. Go up the chip maker saw. There's go down. Edison report interviews managed. Bhandari this is the CEO of GE current sharing his experience with current events as well as shown off a new product signify launches and artificial skylight the nature connect system features Circadian Luminaires as well as color system for office. Well being lighting controls association releases Spring Product Guide. This is the latest in lighting controls from eight leading manufacturers smart lighting market to grow by sixteen percent according to Tech Navio as smart cities grow Samsung launches as smart window light be sunny. Five fixture is a window shaped light that mimics local day-night cycle no word if it can replicate rainy days. Lex Review is partnered with Bluetooth Special Interest Group for webinars series. These are talks on Bluetooth mafs delivered by summoned slupic and Edward lease on the fulfilment of. Led's promise many Matthew is writing about led growing past being inefficient bulb and being the start of a number of better technologies free Peon L. Webinar on color tuna lighting Michael Royer and the is will present performance data on light sources. Cre- lighting monitors employee health. Some of their employees at their receipt facility of tested positive for the disease and they are working very hard to keep the rest of the staff healthy Alberta the province his spending a quarter billion dollars on school renovations including lighting projects. Missoula is proceeding with a streetlight. Conversion best is in Montana and they're swapping out more than eighteen hundred high pressure sodium lamps for. Led's or really as street. Lighting PROJECT IS ON TRACK. Two point four million dollars spent to change out thirty two hundred street lights as t microelectronics has joined these. Saga Consortium to help standardize near field communications in lighting products and their manufacture fluence partners with compassionate cultivations be Texas based candidates. Producer will use -fluenced tech in their facilities Motley fool. Explains why last Wednesday crease. Stock jumped ten percent blue bulbs for charity in Baton Rouge busies selling blue bulbs for exterior lighting in support of healthcare workers. Nora names reps for Florida slater. Lighting is going to cover show rooms and distribution for south Florida New York. Mta ADS UV. C. To its vehicles hundred fifty million dollars worth lamps headed to yards to clean trains and buses. I MEA efficiency. Grant Program is open misses an Illinois utility accepting project proposals for non residential customers a new guide to disinfecting electrical equipment from Nima best practices for cleaning your gear. Catherine cain talking about the realities of using light to disinfect for architect magazine. Dutch researchers can now explain how pair of skates emit light. This is in contradiction to the accepted theory. As to why? These materials EMIT LIGHT IN NARROW FREQUENCIES. I lighting has been assigned to patent fulfilment style. Led's on the Twelfth Archive copy of Edison's light bulb. Patent auctioned for seventy five thousand dollars. These are the British patent letters for the incandescent lamp sold by Oak Tokyo. You creates a tin dioxide semiconductor. This is a transparent film for solar panels and led's. Here's a fun. Diy Project Flexible led earrings are deco styles. If you've got the time to make something blue. Led is bad for your skin. According to the Journal of Investigative Dermatology as for hirings transfers appointments and other revolving door. News Max Light is named Mesh Beatty as the VP of product management engineering and supplier relations luck stack is hired. Tony Rezzo as their mid West Regional Sales Manager signify has approved board appointments for Maria but his yet Mary Frank loop now and Pamela nap as well as the reappointments of Eric Rhonda Lot and Rene Van Shootin volume sales added. Tom Cook as northeast. Regional sales manager and transferred Stephen Fleming's to the southeast region. Cortec group has hired Matthew Hoffman as their director of finance. And I have been Scott Walker. This has been a light read brought to you by nail get associated get gated get more and keystone tech DOT com. Check that out or the link in the description. Enjoy the music please like. If you do comment if can and subscribe if you haven't we'll see you next Monday to sit but they see A. She called around outlive. Bara mothers that she Freddie Gray's than a tight l'aigle news the sole risk s the Cheetah's spas that way data set it lands as to the screws loose. The WHO likes gallons we just fantasy. We just sweet old screws. This one does a lacks does and all you.

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A Desperate Need for the Mountains

Outside Podcast

42:30 min | 2 months ago

A Desperate Need for the Mountains

"This episode of the outside podcast is brought to you by belise one of the world's great adventure destinations and country. That's created a company. Henson income incense covid nineteen safety system for travelers believes. Might be best known for its sandy beaches and turquoise waters. But its greatest gift is actually. It's diversity there may be no other place on the planet with such an incredible combination of thrilling outdoor activities natural wonders in unique cultural history. I know this. Because i experienced it myself on my own trip to belize milwaukee lover so i was drama. The exceptional snorkeling and scuba diving country is home to the largest reef system in the northern hemisphere. Where there are more than five hundred species of fish. I close encounters with sea turtles and spiny lobsters and a pair of black tip. And we've jerks but i had just as memorable adventures on shore where i visited a temple explored caves with ancient artifacts and selected tree house. I also swam the base of a waterfall and listened to howler monkeys. Today believes is inviting travelers to do all this and more through their new tourism gold standard program this extensive program certifies enhanced health and safety standards of hotels restaurants in raters so you can enjoy a reliably safe vacation. They've also created a new belise travel health app to make your logistics easy and hassle. Free thanks to all these efforts believes was recently. It is safe. Travel stamp from the world travel and tourism council in recognition of the country's enhanced health and cleanliness protocols. Learn more about how you can safely experience. The wonder of belise at travel belize dot org from outside magazine. Npr x. this is the outside podcast. I have a surprising confession to make for a guy who's been working for outside magazine for more than twenty years. I don't really get mountain climbing. I mean i understand the appeal of being a remarkable environment and the desire to challenge yourself physically and but serious mountain climbing the kind that has risking your life to get to the top of a peak why that question has been at the core of many outside stores and the answer is we get are always fascinating even if they're not totally satisfying which is why we keep asking this week. We have an episode that offers perhaps the best response. I've heard yet. It comes from leah. Tau who if you're familiar with. Her work is one of the master. Storytellers in podcasting for her. Long running show strangers. She has been producing exceptional true stories since two thousand eleven and she recently did a two part piece about a most interesting and unusual woman from a most interesting and unusual family. It's a tale that presents a different way to think about the kinds of experiences that draws to the mountains then to each other. We're going to share the first part of the story. You can find part two on strangers available wherever you get your podcasts. When you're done listening to that. I highly recommend going to patriot dot com slash strangers. Podcast where for a dollar a month you can access leah's incredible archive of stories. Along with some of her most powerful newark. so here now is the schmitz part one from strangers. Please note that this episode includes subject matter in language that may not be suitable for younger listeners. On my way to the bridge. I was a little bit excited a little bit nervous. I hopped out of the van That's when the butterflies kind of started. And i climbed up onto the railing so standing up on the railing. I remember a big truck came by. And i could feel it shake me. I blew on my hands. 'cause they were a little sweaty. I took a deep breath. I looked down. And then i looked out onto the horizon. Three two one jump meet sequoia schmitt. She wasn't intending to harm herself on the contrary she does this every day and i had asked to describe that mornings chump. Each day she goes down to the parent bridge puts on a parachute and climbs onto the narrow railing. That's one of the scariest. Parts of jump is slowly climbing onto the top of the railing with a five hundred foot. Drop below you pretty terrifying. She leaves off hurdles towards to grab a free fall and pitches shoot and then by the time you're on the ground just a full and then that's when you get like a little bit of oh shit. That was an awesome jump. Then sequoia climbs backup too steep canyon. Walls jumping off. The bridge is her daily exercise routine and much like sequoia herself. It's intense and out of the ordinary but then so her entire family sequoia was born in new zealand to american parents and she was named for the large trees. That company wants a sent into yosemite national park. Her brother denali was named for mount denali. The tallest mountain in north america. Their dad marty. Schmidt was one of the top mountaineers in the world. He summited mt everest twice. He held speed records on. Show you the sixth highest mountain on earth and cagua the highest mountain in south america where he completed the dangerous face one time while solo climbing the mountain makalu in the himalayan range mardi came across a party of three stranded climbers and bad condition and he managed to bring each of them down to safety one by one before climbing up a fourth time to summit the mountain himself all in one day. He had thousands of summits total but one peak alluded him the mountain in pakistan with the rather on poetic name k. To on the china pakistan border k. To the second highest mountain in the world after mount everest. And it's the deadliest. Ooh father had a very strong relationship with k to. That was the love of his life i think. Even his logo for his company was a picture of gay too and he had pictures all around the house of k. To his first attempt on k two is in nine hundred ninety two the year after i was born and he made it up one hundred meters below the summit and he could see it and he could feel the winds hundred mile an hour winds blowing over the top rich and he knew that if he continued on the winds would blow him off the mountain and he told us this story many times when our kids and he said the k. to spoke to him that day and she told him it's not your time go home and raise your children and one day you'll come back and be with me and i always thought that meant that one day he would go back and some of the mountain he would make a second attempt later on another failed attempt before his final third attempt. Where both he and my brother were swept away and avalanche on the abruzzi ridge Ketu was marty's moby. Dick you might say and the mountain took not only his life but also that of his son. Denali was just twenty five. This is part one of the story about this. Most unusual family told not by the two left away of course but by the one who has left behind captain ahab starter. If you will no doubt mardi schmidt was quite a bit more. Charming than melville's captain. My father never wore a shirt he would always be topless like everywhere you go into a restaurant. He'd be topless picking me up from school he'd be topless and he had these like short short climber shorts that he would wear and he were fanny pack and he made his own sandals out of recycled leather and they had these long strings that he would wrap around his legs crisscrossed. We used to call them. Jesus sandals without even knowing who he was or what his name was what he did for a living he would always turn heads everywhere. He went because he was such a unique physical specimen. I mean he was like a hippie climber. Before hippie climbers were cool you know. He had the van. He never drove anything but van and always had a bed in the back and a stove was sponsored by mac. Pack before they backpack. I remember when after he passed away the first time i went to visit the headquarters. Alex is a ceo. Mac pat told me that one morning he knew that dad was coming in and he liked pulled the car and and he looked across the parking lot and dad's fan door open and he was cooking eggs. Alex jones mighty. Did you sleep here. Because of course i slept here. We have an early meeting. It was just so normal for dad to be sleeping in his van everywhere. He went as you might imagine. Mardi didn't caudal his kids far from it when i was eight years old. I climbed mount whitney with my dad and my brother and mount. Whitney is the tallest mountain in just united states. I mean it's quite a high mountain. It's fourteen thousand five hundred about an elevations. I was complaining half of the way of. That's for sure. I definitely remember on this summit. I was getting a bit of a nose bleed from the altitude and i remember we came back down and we were packing up the van and the ranger station and the ranger likely down. I remember being like oh. How old are you and i was like. I'm eight years old about to be nine and he was like. Oh you're the youngest person. We know that. It's ever whitney and i was so proud of myself. I had like this big grid. My face was like dad. I was the youngest person. Ever claimed whitney and he looks at mannie goes. Yeah you didn't carry your pack all the way up. You handed me your pack. So it doesn't count and i remember so disappointed in that. I mean my dad was a purist. When it came to mountaineering right now using supplemental oxygen not using any type of rope assistance or sherpas reporters or anything like that. If you can't handle carrying your gear you probably shouldn't be on that mountain. And he was very adamant about that koi us mom has also had a rather exceptional life. She's lived in pakistan. Saudi arabia kabul afghanistan borneo malaysia siberia ascension island. You name it. She's probably been to when sequoia was a kid. Her mom's spent much of our time working and living with indigenous tribes. I mean i have memories of visiting the rosebud reservation. When i was far out like nine years old and being in a sweat lodge with chief archie fire lane gear and being welcomed into things like the sundance ceremony. It was her mom's work. That products acquires family to new zealand. She was invited by the not to who knew easily which is a multi tribe in new zealand and she was actually inducted into the tribe which for apache how woman which is a white woman. That's a really big deal to be invited into a maori tribe. My middle name is carl nema which means first light of dawn. I was born at six. Oh six in the morning on january first and the elder at the time named me my middle name sequoias pound split up when she was around. Six ali was around eight and that marked the beginning of a long period of instability for the family as a kid sequoia mostly took her dad's side but she sees things in a more nuanced way. I mean when. I was one year old and denali was three years old and she was teaching fulltime and doing choreography. Work and trying to raise these two kids. An my dad was gone for nine months out of the year. And this was a time when you know. The only form of communication was sat phones. And you usually didn't get a call from his satphone until they were down in safe. Says she would go months without hearing anything whether her husband was alive or dead on a mountain while she's going to take care of these two kids. That would drive me totally crazy now. My dad would use the word crazy quite a bit. She always saw the world a little bit different and she would tell us. That constantly should say i'm different. I see the world. Different and people don't understand different and they try to label one of the many places that we lived with denver colorado for a period of about six or seven months. I was about eight years old. And i remember one night in the middle of the night. She shook me awake and my brother was already awake. And she said okay put on all black clothing and don't say a word and i was asking her. I y y interested. Don't say a word. So i remember putting on all black clothing and i had a brown sock and i felt really bad because i had a brown salkin non black salk and she rubbed tiger balm on our wrists and she rushed out to the car and she said we're not allowed to speak because they're listening to us and we hopped in the car and we drove for what felt like a really long time. I remember my mom saying things like the car behind us is following us. We have to turn on the radio really loud to speak because they're gonna know exactly what we're saying. My mom started driving really radically and her whole body was shaking and my brother had to grab the steering wheel of the car and pull the car over and then the next thing i remember as a police officer telling me that we would go stay with some other people for a while where was mardi while all this was going on. You might wonder well. He was on everest and in fact he went missing on everest for a while before he reappeared. The next time sequoia saw him was months later when he picked up from foster care back in new zealand. My dad had custody of us for a while. You know he bought like small. Little flat was just amazing. The hallway was climbing wall and there was just this beautiful vegetable garden out front and the little studio space. Pretty much the size of a cupboard. That's where dad slapped at. He slept with a a rollout mattress futon on the floor. And then i had the biggest real when. I was like a ten year old girl with a huge princess king size bed mark would leave again on some new petition for many months at a time and sequoias days and the princess bad would come to an end. He tried to arrange for his kids to stay with people while he was gone. But in sequoias case usually blew up and she'd wind up back in foster care. I started getting into trouble and rebelling quite a bit. You know you get exposed to stuff. My first foster home was maybe like seven other girls in probably about eight to ten other boys and most of them quite a bit older than me. I was the youngest one and so they're all in the twelve thirteen. Smoking already. rebellious kids behavior. I would soon mold to skipping school smoking all of that kind of stuff. Throughout these years denali remained in contact with his mother and sequoia mostly didn't hamas there some key moments in her life but mainly sequoia hitched our wagon to her dad came and went and gave his kids remarkable amount of freedom. I mean i remember when i was twelve years old. I wanted to go and live in italy for a year and dad was just like okay. Yeah sounds good. I had a cousin who lived there. We went and spent a month together in china. And then i lived in like her basement apartment in italy for a year when i was twelve myself like going around rome taking the buses and metros around rome at the time it all seemed so normal to me pat from italy her dad stop trying to arrange for the kids when he left and simply let them stay alone at thirteen and fifteen years old. We would get ourselves up for school. We would cook ourselves dinner. We do the grocery shopping like all of that was one hundred percent on our own. That kind of freedom is hard to revoke once. It's been granted. I was out at a rave in the outskirts of hawke's bay. I think i was thirteen or fourteen. Maybe he had gotten back from an expedition the night before and i knew that he was seeing someone who he i think had mentioned to me and i remember coming home that night at like two o'clock in the morning am i was every time i'd come home when dad was back from an expedition. Just like knock on the side of his door just to let him know that i was home so that was the thing that we had and i like went to go into my room which was down the hall and then i heard a lady like yelling. Hey hey and i turned around and there was a woman there who said his three o'clock in the morning you don't knock on your father's door. What are you doing home. So late blah blah. I just remember her like yelling at me. And i remember being like who are you and why are you in my house and then i just turned around and shut the door and she slowly starts over the next day or two. You know. Criticizing behavior like interrupting our routine. And i don't take that very well. We get an a huge yelling match. My father is trying to break us up but he is taking her side on a lot of things. I feel like she's saying things like you. Let these kids run wild there pharrell and him saying things like well. I guess we should put in a little more discipline. And then i just remember being like dude. I'm fucking grown up like you can't discipline me. Now it's a little late for that. I ended up punching her in the face. And then i ran out the door because i knew that she was about to call. The cops may sequoia didn't return to her dad's house after that night. She bounced around between friends couches until she was accepted to an australian performing arts high school and left the country in australia. She worked nights at. Kfc lived in a small flat and attended school until she met a young boy got pregnant. She had on abortion alone at fifteen in australia and was out of school for a bit when she came back to school. The boy was with another girl and sequoia started acting out again and she was eventually expelled from the school. I was woken up at two o'clock in the morning by the principal. And i was told that i had a plight was going to take me back to new zealand where my father would be waiting for me at the airport and the principal of the school who had become almost like a father figure to me at the time hopped on the plane with me so when we landed the principal was looking for my dad instead. There were few police officers and some people waiting for me. And they said mr hopkins. We're here to escort. Sequoia back to foster care and he was just jab stated and. He looked at me and he was like. I'm so sorry. Your father was supposed to be here. I'm so sorry. And i just remember looking at him being like okay. I knew he wasn't going to be here. It's not a big deal. But of course it was a big deal that her dad had chosen to put her in the custody of the authorities instead of dealing with her himself and sequoia was starting to crack a bit later that night the foster facility she was taken to another girl stole two packs of cigarettes from her and they got in a fistfight and sequoia ran away. She doesn't remember after that except that she spent a night at her mom's house and the next day she found herself at the airport with the phone number of her maternal grandfather in houston written on her arm many times since that night. Father has told her what he knows about what happened but her own memory has never returned. My grandfather just always tells me I got a call from a security guard in an airport in new zealand. We found a young girl walking around the airport and she had your phone number written on her arm and she has her passport with her and then he said the security guard handed the phone to me and grandpa than asked me Do you want to come. Live with us. And i said yes plays. He bought me a ticket than the next flight. Leaving to the us. We'll be right back Earlier we talked about belise. One of the world's great adventure destinations a country. That's created a comprehensive in common sense. Covid nineteen safety system for travelers when i took my own drip to belize my most memorable experience was exploring a cave that held ancient maya artifacts. It was called. Well it's best by someone else to pronounce it tune to niche. Aw mcnall that's the cave of the stone altar. It's for those who really want to seek a thrill that's just sell campbell stephan with the belize tourism board and. She's right about the thrills. It's an hour long hike through the rainforest the cave with a couple of stream crossings to enter the cave. You swim across the short pool. And then once you're inside you were headlamp and a helmet and there's more swimming once you reach into the main chamber only allowed to wear socks. This is to preserve the integrity of the artifacts ceramic pottery. What vessels tools or weapons. Their skeletal remains as many as fourteen have been discovered researchers believe the remains from ancient sacrifices dating back to around eleven hundred years ago exploring. The cave was one of the most exciting travel experiences i've ever had and it was just one part of an amazing trip. I took to believes that also included exceptional snorkeling relaxing days on a beach. Great food and very friendly people please offers a remarkable variety of activities including caves. There are a lot easier to see like the one that you float through. In an inner to learn more about the many adventures to be had in belize and why the country was awarded the safe travel step from the world travel and tourism council at travel. Belise dot org I remember landing in houston. And i remember walking out The arrivals and i remember my grandfather there. You know he's a older italian man and everything you would imagine a grandfather. It'd be like a little bit pudgy around the edges nice and fluffy my I just remember walking out of the arrival in seeing him and feeling really safe and my grandfather looking at me and smiling. When i was in australia right before i got kicked out of the school. Like cuddle. My hair off. I just took scissors and sliced my hair off. I was almost to the point of bald. It was just. I need short little pieces of hair and by that point i had tattoos. I was smoking a pack a day. I thought he was going to look at me and be like oh god what happened to my granddaughter. But he didn't. He just smiled and gave him a big hug. He married a woman named barbara few years before that. She's about twenty years his junior and i remember she hugged me and said hello and introduce yourself. And then i remember. She looked at me and she goes. Wow you reek. Let's get you a shower. And like i don't think i noticed until that moment and then i smelled my armpit and i was like. Oh yeah i guess. I really do stink barbie. She calls herself a trophy wife and they had quite a bit of freedom in their first few years of marriage with all his kids grown up suddenly a fifteen year old shows up on their doorstep and not the easiest fifteen year old to deal with and they took me and with open arms. So i really really applaud her for that and they provided stability. You know it wasn't it definitely wasn't easy. It wasn't like i came from this rebellious background and suddenly. I'm a good girl in my grandfather's house not at all. I mean my grandfather is the sweetest man on the planet. He attended yale university for engineering and he is like a classic immigration success story and it was very comforting and very jarring at the same time to have that influence in my life during that period. Going from working at kfc and eating kfc every night and scrounging by to having the whole third floor of his house in a beautiful neighborhood in texas. They gave me a car for my sixteenth birthday. And you know they've threw me this beautiful sweet sixteen with a limousine and took a lot for me to adapt to that. I remember one time. I just had like this total temper tantrum. I was screaming and crying. I need a cigarette. I need a cigarette. I need a cigarette and my grandfather looks at me and he goes okay. What kind of secret would you like. And then he went out and bought me a pack of cigarettes and my grandfather has never smoked. A cigarette in his life never smoked. We'd never done anything. Rebellious in any way whatsoever. So i remember him walking back in the door and putting the cigarettes on the table and he looked around the kitchen he goes. Let me find you a lighter. And i think that i remember that moment very vividly and i remember feeling like like he understood me in a way that i'd never been understood before and he would tell me things all the time just little things that i'd never heard before like you will always have a home here and there is nothing i would not do for you and i lived for a year and a half on the third floor of their house and finished my senior year of high school in texas. And he you know he's a very big influence in my life still to this day just talked to him earlier. This morning and barbara says all the time. She is wonderful. They like save old newspaper clippings whenever my company has success or may foundation has a success than they save them all and they have all framed in awards and stuff and she tells me all the time how proud they are of how far i've come in life and i would say the main reason i am where i am. Today is because of their willingness to take me sequoia graduated high school a couple of weeks before she turned seventeen and on her seventeenth birthday. She incorporated her first company. She started magazine in highschool already called h. y. for houston youth which eventually folded but nineteen. She started a second magazine called after dark which was a nightlife magazine. It was really just an excuse for me to go and party. Get into nightclubs for free without having to be carded because they just assumed the owner of the magazine was old enough. Sequoia had a max entrepreneur. But it wasn't easy after graduating. She'd moved out of her grandpa's house so she was on her own financially. Might first five years of my company. I'm surprised i even made it work. I had lawsuits a- debt to the point where like i would call the debt collector and be like hi. This is typically. I'm just letting you know. I don't have any money right now. It took years in lots of massive mistakes at twenty a big break which wound up shutting the nature of her business. The magazine was doing a feature on the rap scene in houston and she met the rapper. Slim thug like i hit heard his stuff on the radio before and i really liked to. We became friends and just chatted and he was like yo you publish magazines. Could you publish a book for me. And i was like yeah i could figure that out. I guess he was like. I want to write a book called how to survive in a recession and i went over to his house wednesday in smokes weed with him and hit record and three hours later. Had the book on tape sequeira figured out how to turn the tape into a book and published it. There was a really nice article in huffington post and then suddenly. I'm looking at time magazine. And there's this spread in time magazine about how houston rapper. Slim thug reaches out to urban youth and teaches them about financial advice. And then suddenly. We had astronomical amount of sales in barnes and nobles called me and said hey how can we ordered this book before. I knew it i had a publishing firm and i've been doing book publishing ever. Since from the moment she arrived in houston sequoia had chosen not to be in touch with either of her parents. Both are mom and dad to try to contact her. Her dad send emails every month but she'd set up a filter that sent them straight to a spam folder instead. Her parents kicked up on her through her grandfather and her brother. Who'd wound up going to art. School in san francisco sequoia would go visit him there on a regular basis and denali also came to houston. He was always the good kid. The one who didn't get in trouble the peacemaker who was sweet to everyone and never severed contact with anybody. Art was his number one passion but he was also an incredible skier. Who take a thirty foot drop into a full upside down three sixty flip in the air and he was talented mountaineer. Who did expeditions. With his dad. He was also a strikingly beautiful young. Man i don't remember one of my friends growing up. Who didn't have a crush on my brother. And i remember visiting him in san francisco when he was in art school as denali. What's wrong with you hair. He shaved off of his head so it was kind of like a hof mullet and one of our friends was like it's because he's the most handsome man and the entire art school and he went on to look weird like the other art kits so he cut his hair and a half of a mullet. Denali would plead with the koya koyo soften towards their dad who kept trying to contact her and wanted to meet and sequoia finally agreed. She hasn't spoken to our data and six years by then and she would never see him alive again. Staying at my brothers and i remember waking up in the morning brushing teeth together or something so amazing about like a sibling connection. And i really miss that. I remember stepping out and there was dad's van parked in the driveway right in front of the driveway and the door opened. There was like a big. Msi logo on the side of the van. Marty schmidt international guiding that had qe two as a picture of a and said climbing and skiing the world's most amazing mountains in one lifetime and then i remember the van door opening and dad bouncing out with his jesus sandals and his short shorts and no top and he was so excited he was literally bouncing up and down and he like went to hug me and i ducked the hug and i remember calling him mardi and i just remember being very somber saying good to see you marty for the entire. Sit down with coffee. Denali was just like back and forth smiling between data. Me look like a kid in a candy store. He was just so happy to see us together. Even though i was like being a total bitch with every answer that data would ask me remember at one point. He asked me like. What are you doing with your money. Are you being smart with money. And i remember being like. You don't have the right to know. That information kind of ping-pong every comment that came and he had like foam on the top of his cappuccinos. And when we were kids he would sprinkle the sugar on the top enhance spoon and we get to eat the foam off the top with sprinkled sugar on top and i when we were having coffee there is the layer of foam and he sprinkled some sugar on top and pushed to spoon towards me and i ignored it and took a shot of espresso. I'm really sorry that you feel that. I hurt you but you have to understand that you were a really difficult to deal with and you should remember being so infuriated by that answer. That is not an apology. That's like saying i'm really sorry. You feel that way. I could but that was just my dad like he wasn't going to give you exactly what you wanted in the way that you wanted. He struggled in the horizontal world and he succeeded in the vertical world and that was part of his struggle basic human interactions. Like being able to say. I fucked up. I'm super sorry. I remember like at that point. I kind of broke it down for him. And i was like i was a child. You were an adult. This is how the situation should have gone. But i do remember him saying that he was proud of me. I starting a company. Dad had a camera and he asked somebody to take a photo. I still have that photo. Remember i hugged him goodbye. That was something he was very very happy about. And i remember like the smell. When i hugged him. Dad had a really unique smell. And i remember feeling like there was a possibility to start a relationship and for weeks after that. He continued to write me emails and send very one worded responses. But i was sending responses which was the first time in almost six years and then i just didn't hear from him again for about eight months about four o'clock in the morning my time i was up because i had just gotten home from a nightclub and my phone rang and i remember. I was a little bit drunk. And he said hey sequoia stat. And i said marty it's four o'clock in the morning and he said oh sorry. Sorry i forgot about the time difference. I'm here in nepal. And i just summitted everest and it was amazing. And he said. I just wanted to see how you're doing and say hi and denali and i am. I'm heading to pakistan to meet him and me and i are about to go on k. Two together and the last words. I ever spoke to him. Or if you get my brother killed. I will fucking murder you and then i hung up the phone and that was the last thing i ever said to him. Who the next time sequoia got an unexpected call. It wasn't from her dad. I was at my grandfather's for dinner. And i remember we'd finished dinner and i was going upstairs to paint my nails in watch a chick flick with barbie and i remember. As i was walking up the stairs i got a phone call and i ignored it from a mutual friend of me and data into nahles and then i got a second phone call and i ignored it and then i got a third phone call while i was at the top of the stairs and i answered it and it was launched. Who was really close to my dad. And denali and i remember him saying sequoia there was An avalanche on k. To end your data brother were killed. I just remembered dropping. The phone in screaming couldn't stop screaming and then grandparents at barbara radin. They asked me what happened. Just like could stay was data. Denali your dead. They were killed in an avalanche on the mountain. That was one of the schmitz. You can listen to part two in which sequoia finds way to turn tragedy and a positive change for herself though not easily on strangers available wherever you get your podcasts and also a patriot dot com slash strangers. Podcast you can access leah towels complete catalog of incredible stories. Both new indo sequeira schmidt is the author of two books and the publisher of many others who can find her at sequoia schmidt dot com. This episode was produced by leah tau. Paul drew smith need the music and mixed the episode. The story advisor was christina. Ties this episode of the outside podcast was brought to you by belise. One of the world's great adventure destination country it's created a comprehensive in common sense covid nineteen safety system for travelers. Learn more about how you can safely experience. The wonder of belise travel belise dot org. We'll be back in two weeks.

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25 March 2020: Ultra-fast electrical switches, and computing heart health

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25 March 2020: Ultra-fast electrical switches, and computing heart health

"Live sound so simply no idea but now the data's finally these not only refreshing but at some level astounding nature. Welcome back to the nature. Podcast this week. Super-quick computer switches and the new ALKA RHYTHMIC WAY to measure heart health on Nikko and Shami Bundle so listeners. As you may know. We're all working from home at the moment. Due to the corona virus outbreak slept might be y things. Sound slightly. Different for instance. I'm currently in a pitiful recode in this. Show me where you come into me from. Oh Mine's one step up from is Actually Sofa cushion fort. Ooh It was Carefully constructed by well initially by May and then it fell down on my thought might. Who's an engineer to come and rescue me and explain how you know? Buildings Work Today. Oh when they're made safer cushions she she made it. Stable is the important point. I now have a structure stable sufficient studio said. I can record these lovely podcast links. Well as long as it. Structurally stable enough the image to get through the rest of the show with me. I think would be good. Hopefully so with the obvious odio differences in mind. We're keeping the main nature podcast as normal as humanly possible and for a little light relief. We're making it somewhat of a Corona Virus Free Zone. If you are interesting advice update so then please check out our new show corona pot. Come into you on Fridays. Buckton nature podcast. Now though unch Omni what's coming up I this week. Well fast up. We're talking about switches so switches are pretty useful in electronics. And not just for starting up your games console the ferry Zeros and ones that make up the digital world created by switches known as transistors which turn tiny voltages on and off but not all switches are equal in some transistors. Going from off to on might take a billionth of a second and wealth many applications. That's quite fast enough for others. Switching on or off extremely quickly is crucial now. Physicists have found a way to use a surprisingly simple mechanism to make an ultra fast electrical. Switch it conflict on a sizable voltage in just a trillion of a second. And that can be used to generate radiation that has exciting uses and things like medical imaging nature reporter Lizzy Gibney spoke to physicist Alison Mattioli to find out more. She started by asking him house which is a used in the well developed tonics so switches are widely used most frequently in the form of transistors. The switch from conducting state to an insulating state. So you can transmit information. You can also do calculations you can do a lot of different operations using using switches and in your active. Come up with a switch. That is incredibly fast. Why might want to switch to be fast? What are the advantages of that so switching? I is extremely important in many different applications. But in our case we're interested in generating Extremely fast electromagnetic radiations. And if you can switch extremely fast electric feuds you can produce a wave that propagates. In very high frequency in our goal was to generate waves in the terrorists so why comey US regular electronic switches to make these very very fos transitions so regular electronic switches nowadays are based on collectors and a simple nitrous have some limitations in terms of how fast electrons can flow inside them and that limits the speed and the power that they can transmit want to create these very high powered but very very false switches. What approach to take so. Our approach was completely different than the typical approach that that exists today so instead of using a semiconductor element. We basically use just to be submitted. Spaced by a very very narrow gap in between so the idea. Is that if you apply. A small voltage. There's no connection between the two best so elections don't slow between them in when you're blind off voltage election start conducting through air or through any kind of gas that you having between and how did the electrons actually flow then so you have a field so strongly suddenly they literally wrenched out of one and go into the other exactly. You apply just off electric fields weekend extract electrons from one medal in the come to the other one. And can you give a sense of just how fast the switch works quickly this change from insulating to conducting happens? This wishes are are extremely fast so he could in our laboratory could measure up to twelve votes per second. That's twelve votes in treatment of a second This is more than ten times faster than any simple victor device that exists today and this has more than two hundred times higher power than what's possible with simple device today but that's what we could master because to be honest needed by the the speed of our measurements set up so the same way that making an electronic device that it can produce the signals sixty challenging. We don't have any device that can measure this extremely high speed signals so we oftentimes need to doing direct measurements to know where we are saying. You've got this switch. That happens very very fast. Won't then you're going to use that four? So device are extremely simple consists of two piece of metal very close together and they can be easily integrated too many kinds of devices. They can integrate antennas. If you WANNA Reggie this signals so went once you have this high frequency waves being radiated you can do many things. Of course. Communication is knowledge is one because the higher the frequency the more data. You can trust me but there are many other occasions where their herds waves are extremely interesting. For example Nema Djing. This kind of waves are known destructive waves. They are no nizing so when they go through biological materials they basically don't do any damage to the tissue or cells. So it's a. It's a nice way to do by imaging without causing any damage to Materials are there any applications the aunt involving using this very far switch to create a high frequency wave? Could you used just the switch in itself or anything. There are many applications that can use the switch in itself for example when a petition that you're looking at is in protecting devices so those switches they can turn on and off extremely fast so if a high voltage is applied to a fear sensitive device. They're much faster than advice itself and could be used a device like based in computer like we use a transistor today. So device are not meant to replace transistors so transistors. They have a an extra terminal to control their conductive insulating states. Devise a lot more simple. But it's meant to be a different way to generate high frequency and high-power race that was Ellison Mattioli of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Switzerland. Talking to Lizzie Gibney. Addison's paper is online now on the nature website and will provide a link in the show notes next up. It's time for the research highlights compute direct. This week from Dan focuses pillow full to miss is the sound huge chunk of ice breaking off the glacier install avant. Norway recorded from underwater. Now exactly how big do you think it sounded? That was the question. The researchers who recorded piss wanted to find out. They used underwater microphones to recall the sound made by ice breaking off of the glacier and into the ocean they could then use the audio to extrapolate the amount vice the PROKOFF each time. They think. Underwater microphones could provide a useful method for tracking. How much ice is being lost in events which are often too small and frequent to see on satellite images? That's just the tip of the iceberg. Read the rest of the paper out. The crisis in the next ten years is automated flying during this week delivering everything from insulin. Prescriptions says chicken. Joffrey if you believe some news coverage at least this drone driven future could be a step closer to reality. I suit team of researchers of the University of Shirk. Dave developed a flying drone capable of dodging obstacles. Ten Times faster than existing ones. Dodging ability researches did the obvious thing pitching bulls. They found that it started to dodge incoming ball in just three point five milliseconds significantly faster than conventional Durance to accomplish this debt. Dodging the drone is fitted with a type of motion Detecting Camera. Kood an event instead of recording images an van camera outputs a stream of data points trinket by changes in environmental brightness allowing the drone to identify moving objects much more quickly than if it was using a regular camera. Don't don't not research reverend signs robotics next up on the show. Is there a better way to measure cardiac health ally Jennings has been getting to the heart of the matter and he comes to us now from under a dufy? That's the soothing. Lub Dub of a healthy heart. The love sound comes when the ventricles of the heart. The chambers that pump blood out into the body at their fullest. The DUB comes after the ventricles have contracted at their Mt Everest. If you compare the volume of blunt in the ventricles before contraction to the volume. Afteh blood's been ejected. You get a useful measure of the hautes health. The ejection fraction. A high ejection. Fraction shows that the heart is pumping strongly. A low friction suggests that the haunt muscle could be weak in this way. The measure provides an early warning sign of heart problems to calculate a person's it fraction. The most common method is to take an ultrasound of the heart. This produces a grainy black and white video of the patient's beating heart. The clinician then goes through the video searching for the moment when the left ventricle is at its largest and when it's at its smallest they must then outline the two areas by hand for comparison. It's actually pretty labor intensive right to trace out the heart and to find the right frames this is James so a computer scientist from Stanford University in the US. And that's why typically the clinician. Only do this for one. Beat of the heart were actually. It's recommended that one should actually do this across multiple beats to get a better sense of the average cardiac function to speed up this laborious process this week in nature. James and his team demonstrate an algorithm that can analyze echocardiogram videos and count late the ejection fraction all by himself and the Algorithm seems to have an age of the clinicians. It's actually very easy for to for to look at all. The beats on ultrasound and compute Average ejection fraction across off the beats. And that's actually really clinically important because for some heart issues variability across different beads in saint patients and if we only trace out one beat than that could actually be missing a lot of that important their ability the algorithm does the exact same thing that the clinicians do but it can do it over every beat in a video in the same time. It takes a clinician to drought one beat. Then it can calculate an ejection fraction. That is more reliable and accurate. This means better diagnosis and treatment for people with vulnerable hearts. The next step for James is to make the algorithm adaptable able to work at any hospital and with any equipment we can also show contribute to be also be robust across different hospitals and also robust across ultrasound machines. Of course. I think there's still a lot more work that we need to do. We are kind of that to really make sure that this generalized social across other countries cost very different environments especially in low resource settings. James hopes his be especially useful in places like this which might lack trained cardiologists and eventually James. Imagines HIS A. I haven't even brought applications. I think we'd love to for example this tool extended so that's based on the ultrasound videos we can predict other diseases rights for example diabetes and other heart failures. So that's something. We hope to give it to train. The Algorithm to predict going forward for now James's team will start running pilot tests on the Stanford population this year and hope to start testing in other hospitals and countries in twenty twenty one. So maybe in the not too distant future you'll find your. Local cardiologists has teamed up with a computer to help keep your heart healthy beat by beat. That was Allie. Jennings talk into James. So you can find James's paper at Nature Dot Com and we'll put link in the show notes normally right now. We'd have the news chat but as I'm sure you can appreciate. Everything is rather corona virus focused at the moment so for more on that you can check out our new corona pulled coming this Friday. And that's pretty much it for this week's show do get in touch with us if you want to. Let us know how you dealing with the outbreak of ood. Any fun distractions that we can share unto. You can reach us on twitter. We're at nature podcast. Also you can get in touch with those by email at podcast at nature dot com on the cow. And I'm Shami Bundle Cenex time.

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The Barrett Brief  What Is It With Conservatives? Now Simping For Kyrsten Sinema?

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The Barrett Brief What Is It With Conservatives? Now Simping For Kyrsten Sinema?

"As i'm trolling about the social media's and i'm looking for stuff to talk about and the news of the day in the narrative that will follow. I'm starting to see conservatives. Do what conservatives always do they fall in love with personalities and politicians trump. Before that ron paul which was a good one and others always these these personalities that conservatives fall in love with glenn beck sean hannity. But we're in a place post trump where conservatives outside of somebody like tucker that everybody kind of has forgiven for not backing trump after the the rigging on the twenty In november of last year of twenty twenty we try to attach ourselves to save your politicians which is hysterical because we consider ourselves the religious religious party. We believe in god and of course we should but we also love to put our faith in politicians and raise them up. And i'm seeing this happen with christensen nima the bisexual senator from arizona. Who's democrat for the simple reason that she's not acting crazy for the simple reason that she's not acting insane that she's not acting like the rest of the democratic party. Of course everybody looked because it's a fifty fifty split and the senate parliamentarian said. Yeah you can use reconciliation by the way that's at on. The parliamentarian was appointed by. Harry reid shocking. But it's a fifty fifty split with cackling harris as the tiebreaker. So we're looking for who's gonna save us who's gonna save us from the senate. He's at joe manchin. His wife just got a high paying job in the biden regime. Probably not going to be joe. Mansion is they're going to be the senator from montana who i can. I can never remember. Now we don't know who's it gonna be who's gonna save us and now because kristen sin nima won't block filibuster. She's defending the filibuster. she's now getting tester. Thank you tester in monte. I'm sorry that guy. He obviously as much as much appealed me as tofu. Because i can never remember no fence. I don't remember the guy's name i know i know. More brands of tofu. Than i know than the senator from montana as because actively avoid tofu. so the nema has emerged. And it's partly because we talked about yesterday with alexandria. Ocasio cortez so if you didn't listen in the last segment and program buckle up buckle up christensen ema is a female Obviously she's she is the she's a forty four year-old senator from arizona. So she's young ish right. She's not young but she compared. Let's remember compared to like dianne. Feinstein and nancy pelosi. She's the spring stall springy chickens. So she's a young ish senator from arizona. She's kind of quirky. She dresses weird and she's she does all kinds of quirky stuff like when she voted down a bill. She did like a curtsy thumb down against it. All these weird things. She's like the quirky girl in high school. Going are you why are you. Why do i want to hang out with. are you just. Because you're quirky. Or just. Because i don't know and that's kind of how conservatives are now because she this is from breitbart she surfaced as one of the few defenders of the. She's an openly by. Senator openly buys actual which i guess some conservatives find exotic. It's gross but you know. Some people are in our new conservative party in our new big tent party. Everybody's welcome but she's one of the few democrat defenders of the filibuster. Why why folks. She's in a state that has successfully stolen two senate seats and governorship not to senators seats in the presidential election. The girl is walking on thin ice so of course she's going to act as middle of the road as possible. She may be a lot of things. She may be a blonde but she's not ish. He's trying to keep her seat but it's not about cinema. It's about the conservative attitude towards politicians. And how we lionize. And we're so desperate now that trump's going we're so desperate for heroes in government right we're supposed to be anti government but we're always looking for our heroes in government nima. She's a fighter. Not like that loser. Joe manchin joe manchin next week if he comes out against the filibuster joe manchin is a warrior and we need support him. To of course this is a byproduct of the griff ter- conservative media cycle which are trying to gin up these heroes so they can cover them so they can get ask you for more money to sick twisted circle. We've said it before. Nobody's coming to save you. None of these senators are really fighting for you there. It doesn't matter. I'm just like we'll talk about it with acer hutchinson. None of these people None of these people governors on up even state and state reps and state senators. They're just there for the pay check in the cloud and the possibility of moving up from the minor leagues drew from single aided aaa aa aaa whatever the case may be but we're sipping or well not we. I'm not conservative. Media has found a new golden calf to worship and it fits all look. We're inclusive because she's lgbt. Whatever blah blah blah blah blah and. She's a woman and we think she's awesome sewer inclusive and stuff so looking out. Great we are. We're just once again. Doing what setting yourself up for failure.

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