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"nelson junior" Discussed on WTOP
"Imperium before winning the WWE intercontinental title last June. Stacks him up cover Michael. He's the new champion. That's one of the works the hardest. It's not like something you can rest on. For me it was clear the moment I won the Intercontinental Championship. That's like, okay, now it's on. Now you have to make something out of this. And I enjoyed a situation when there's pressure or expectations. That's the challenge for me to fulfill that or in short past that. Give her a full chat on my podcast beyond the fame. Jason Farrell W two news. Sports hit 25 and 55, powered by maximus, moving people and innovation forward. Depressing is here, it's basketball tournament time. That's right, women's college hoops in Wilmington, Delaware, Atlantic ten second round George Mason leads LaSalle at the half 34 30 George Washington faces duquesne this afternoon Maryland, Virginia tech and Georgetown play in their respective conference tournaments to borrow. Georgetown guard Kennedy font or lloyds voted the big east freshman of the year. The CAA men's tournament tips off tomorrow at the entertainment sports arena in southeast Washington, D.C., chasse Nicholas Timberlake and Delaware juri Nelson junior voted first team all conference NHL capitals after last night's overtime win or three points back in the wild card race with 19 games left in the regular season they visit Los Angeles Saturday NBA wizards guard Monte Morris week to week with a lower back injury Wiz host Toronto at 7 this evening on 1500 a.m. spring training baseball nationals will hit lane Thomas in the leadoff spot this afternoon against Miami while one time third baseman of the future Carter Cuban makes his 2023 debut as the designated hitter Mackenzie gores the starting pitcher for the one O 5 first pitch, break out the
CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"nelson junior" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Jerry pot will be here in 15 minutes. In the meantime, since we last talked, Gonzaga has secured that I'm one overall seed in the NCAA tournament. We think they beat saint Mary's on Tuesday night. Chattanooga has made the NCAA tournament. In spectacular fashion, Georgia state has made the NCAA tournament. Right state has made the NCAA tournament. Peter kiss? We got to get out of here quick today, GP, but on the back end of this after palm, we got to spend at least two minutes on Bryant and Peter kiss. Keep going. Peter kisses amazing. Brian's in the NCAA tournament. Jameer, Nelson junior, in Delaware, have made the NCAA tournament and my South Dakota jackrabbits are in the NCAA tournament. He's been a fun couple of days, and the deadline. He just called him the South Dakota Jack rabbits. Rabbits. You know, I'm gonna get banned from Brooks. You might get banned. Hey, real quick on that? So I did headquarters last night overnight. And then I go back down. Scott van pelt show accidentally accidentally showed the San Diego state logo and apparently two years ago in the South Dakota state fans got on him. So he had to interrupt his show for like four minutes and it was doing all this stuff to apologize. So I'm just staying on you. South Dakota state. Jackrabbits. Jack rabbits. South Dakota state jackrabbits. Have advanced to the NCAA tournament. The Ukraine jackrabbits were being in a war. There we go. Yes, yes, yes, they very much do. Yeah, how about, listen, Gonzaga, we'll touch on the kazakhs. I'm going to ask you, you mentioned number one overall seed. I'm going to ask Paul about that. As well. I have to at least acknowledge the phenomenal ending between Chattanooga and Furman. Furman has finished in the top three of the sokan 7 consecutive seasons. It's made championship games. It hasn't danced since 1980. And it hits a layup with four and change to go 4.3 seconds to go. And perish. This is why we love this month. Now, Chattanooga's been a really good team for most of the season. It was the best team in the so con. So, you know, on balance on the whole, it deserves to be dancing there, but my oh, my oh, my, my man. What an absolute shot. David Jean Baptiste, an all timer. And by the way, I guess he's a 5th year senior. It's just incredible. We've actually had a lot of really good mid major championship games since we started this whole deal on Saturday night with Murray state beaten morehead state. You know, we're approaching a dozen bids automatic bids that have been handed out. We have one more on Wednesday night and oh, by the way, navy will play Colgate in a one versus two patriot league matchup on CBS Sports Network. I actually wish that these leads can figure this out better. There's one automatic bid tonight and like the big conference tournaments are starting and they're fine. We got a couple of teams that we're going to talk about that are in bubble spots. You're playing Wednesday. There are 15 automatic bits you can hand out on Saturday. Why not just spread it out? I totally get it Thursday and Friday. You have so many really good big conference games. If there's no auto bids on Thursday Friday GP, I'm totally good with that. But can we squeeze in like two more on a Wednesday night? Because you just have this cram and I don't know, I feel like if you're a mid major conference, you get a little bit just a little bit more lost in the shuffle on a Saturday than you would if you were say playing your championship game tonight, but otherwise it's been it's been phenomenal and congrats to Chattanooga for firm and that's completely heartbreaking. Just so eviscerating stuff to lose the way you lost because that three pointer was like 15% at best kind of shot that gene pappy's hit and we will see Lamont Paris mocks in the turning next week. I bet you it's less than 15%. It might be because the way that they brought that up again, no time out, amazing. That's why the don't advance the ball on a timeout is amazing college basketball for exact plays like that. I'm with you on these one bit leagues, they should be, if possible, on Monday night Tuesday night Wednesday night. Because by the time we get to Thursday, we are engulfed in power conference stuff. There's bubble games in the quarterfinals of some power conference tournament. And you get, once we get to Thursday, we're not paying attention to this stuff anymore. But on Monday night, Tuesday night, Wednesday night, these one bit leagues are amazing. And they get more attention. How many people know Peter kiss today that didn't know Peter kiss yesterday? It's literally in the hundreds of thousands. If not more, because of what happened there. Because of what happened. I mean, do you want to just push off the Gonzaga stuff and talk major till we get palm here 'cause I'm you know I'm game. Yeah, what is it to say about Gonzaga? They're also beginning they're the number one overall seed and they're the betting favorite to win the national. I don't want to ask Paul when he comes on. If Baylor wins the big 12 tournament with more quads, it could possibly maybe be the number one overall seat. I'm not convinced Gonzaga absolutely 100% has it. Last palm that in a few minutes here, you're right about Bryant, I want to talk about Brian talked about bellarmine. Okay, first of all, Peter kiss, yes. He is your exact kind of player. He's the nation's leading score and has his name is Peter kiss. Dude, dude makes Kurt krissa look like a humble choir boy, okay? He can not get enough of himself. Peter kiss loves him, Peter kiss. And yes, I know Bryant might go to Dayton for the first four. I get all that might happen. Which would be awesome, by the way. Which would be awesome. Put him on that stage. Yes, but if that happens, please, you have to feed him into Bill rafter he's call if they make the first round earnestly improper, you know? Peter kiss with a kiss. You have to have raftery on the call. This needs to be done, okay? I don't think rath worked in the first floor. No, but I'm saying if Bryant wins has a 16, whatever one 16 game raf might be calling, let's have him on it. How can you not? I think he gonna have to talk to rap about that. Dude, and then okay, in all seriousness though, they kind of got lucky.
"nelson junior" Discussed on Revision Path
"Thanks to all of your Nelson junior and of course thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about Oliveira and his work through the links in the show notes at provision path dot com. And of course, thanks to our wonderful sponsor brevity and wit. Brevity and wit is a strategy and design firm committed to designing a more inclusive and equitable world. They accomplish this through graphic design, presentations, and workshops around IDEA. Inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility. If you're curious to learn how to combine a passion for IDEA with design, check them out at brevity and wit dot com. Brevity and width, creative excellence without the grind. Revision path is brought to you by lunch, a multidisciplinary creative studio in Atlanta, Georgia. This podcast is created hosted and produced by me, Maurice cherry, with engineering and editing by RJ basilio. Our intro voice-over is by music man Dre with intro and outro music by yellow speaker. So what did you think of the interview? Better yet, what do you think about the podcast overall? Please let us know don't be a stranger, you can head us up on Twitter or Instagram to search for revision path all one word. Or you can leave us a rating and review on Apple podcasts on Amazon music or even on Spotify. You can leave ratings for us in all of those places that would be wonderful. Let everyone know about the show that you know because you know it really helps us grow and reach more people all around the world. As always, thank you so much for listening and we'll see you next time..
"nelson junior" Discussed on Revision Path
"We have a Patreon at Patreon dot com slash strange scaffold where you can get early access to our work as well as do things like get pictures of your dog into the games that we're bringing out now and get custom content into some of the projects we're still developing such as space world organ training simulator, and lastly, I work on a lot of games. So if you look on a PlayStation or an Xbox or a Nintendo platform or on steam, running into something that I'm working on is or have worked on, there's a better chance than not that you'll find it pretty quickly. So strange scaffolds is the name for a lot of my collaborations, but for stuff outside of that, like skateboard or hypnospace outlaw. If you like one thing we're doing, there's a vibrant thread of work to be followed. Zavier Nelson junior, I want to thank you so much for coming on the show. One, thank you for sharing your really unique look into game development and I think honestly inspiring story about how you even just got involved into games. I love that you really are thinking about not just the stories that you want to tell throughout games, but also how you can make the industry better as a whole. I think that's something that probably, I don't know if many other game developers are doing that, but it seems like that's something that you really tapped into and are trying to put forth and the games that you're creating are fun and unique and I just want to see more of what you're going to accomplish in the future. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. It kind of words mean an immense amount. Thank you. Big,.
"nelson junior" Discussed on Revision Path
"Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. Hello. I'm oliveri Nelson junior. I'm a studio director at strange scaffold, a frequent writer narrative designer collaborator working on dozens of things I've worked in over 60 games in the past 5 years and now my current mission is not just finding new and exciting ways to collaborate with people in my own studio and at the studios and projects of others, but also finding ways to advocate for making games better, faster, cheaper and healthier than they are currently assumed to be made. How has 2021 been for you? Have you learned anything about yourself over the past year? I think one of the primary things I learned over the past year is just how much I cared about production, I do love telling stories. I do love putting things into a video game. I love creative content production. Writing a killer page or scene is a thrilling experience. But when I look at the things that consistently get me out of bed in the morning that may be passionate about waking up and getting to work and collaborating with other people. Getting into the nitty Gritty of how something comes together, the scope of a project, defining, reducing and defining that vision of a project and how it's accomplished and very calculated ways. The exercise of finding new and interesting formats in arrangements for artists coming together to build things together. That makes me feel alive. And so exploring those paths myself sharing what I find along the way and as much as I can opening those doors for others is something that I've discovered. I love so now my mission is finding ways to do that. Again and again and again. That's consistently in healthily as possible..
The Michael Berry Show
"nelson junior" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Hello americans i'm paul harvey. You'll remember the cherry tree fiction a longtime after you have forgotten earthshaking history-making episodes in the life of george washington. You have misplaced in your memory. The details ben. Franklin's statesmanship but you remember his flying a kite joyce kilmer was a great military hero but the only thing you personally recall about him is his poetic tribute to trees. Maybe of this current decade that which will be remembered best wars and it's more rockets or it's crumbling frontiers or the giants who lived and died. Maybe all survived linger in the day by day vocabulary of generations yet unborn may be the the songs of memphis minstrel or the reincarnation of electric automobiles for any of the fourth of july i paul harvey bequeath unto you. Something to remember you may not be able to quote one line from the declaration of independence at this moment henceforth. You'll always be able to quote at least one line in the last paragraph where you will recall when i remind you it. Says we mutually pledge to each other our lives our fortunes and our sacred honor. Pennsylvania state house. That's now called independence hall in philadelphia. The best men from each of the colonies sat down together which was very fortunate. Our in our nation's history one of those rare occasions in the lives of men when we had greatness despair these were men of means well educated twenty four lawyers and jurists nine were farmers owners of large plantations on june. Eleven committee sat down to drop a declaration of independence. We're going to tell the british fatherland no more rule my redcoats below the dam of ruthless. Foreign rula stream of freedom was running shallow muddy. And we're going to like a few to dynamite that dan this pact. As burke later put it was a partnership between the living and the dead and yet unborn. There was no bigotry. There was no demagoguery in this group all had shared hardships. Jefferson finished a draft of the document in seventeen days. Congress adopted it in july and so much familiar history but now king. George third had denounced all rebels. In america as traitors punishment for treason was hanging the names now so familiar to you from the several signatures on that declaration of independence. The names were kept secret for six months for each new. The full meaning of that magnificent last paragraph in which his signature pledged his life his fortune and your sacred honor fifty. Six men placed their names beneath that pledge. Fifty six men knew when they signed that they were risking everything they knew if they won this fight the best they could expect would be years of hardship and a struggling nation and if they lost. They'd face a hangman's rope but they signed the pledge and here is the documented fate of gallant fifty. Six carter braxton of virginia wealthy planter traders all. His ships swept from the seas to pay his debts. He lost his home and all of his properties and died in rags. Thomas lynch junior who signed that pledge was a third generation rice grower aristocrat large plantation owner. After he signed his health failed his wife and he's set out for france to regain his failing health ship. Never got to france. Never heard from again thomas. Mckean of delaware was so harassed by the enemy. They was forced to move his family five times. In five months he served in congress without pay his family and poverty. And in hiding then dole's looted the properties of ellery and climber hall wouldn't et and walton and hayward and rutledge middleton thomas nelson. Junior virginia raised at two million dollars on his own signature to provision our allies. The french fleet after the war he personally paid back. The loans wiped out. Here's an entire estate. And he was never reimbursed by his government in the final battle for yorktown he nelson urged general washington to fire on his. Nelson's own home which was occupied by cornwallis. It was destroyed. Thomas nelson junior had pledged his life his fortune and his sacred honor. The hessian seized the home of francis hopkinson of new jersey francis. Lewis had his home and everything destroyed his imprisoned. She died within a few months. Richard stockton who signed that declaration was captured. Mistreated his health broken to the extent that he died at fifty one is a state was pillaged. Thomas hayward junior was captured when charleston fell. John hart was driven from his wife's bedside while she was dying their thirteen children fled in all directions for their lives is fields and gristmill were laid waste for more than a year. He lived in forest some caves and returned home after the war to find his wife. Did his children gone his property's gone and he died a few weeks later of exhaustion at a broken heart. Lewis morris so. His land destroyed his family scattered. Philip livingston died within a few months from the hardships of the war. John handcock history remembers best. Doodo quick of fate rather than anything. You stood for that great sweeping signature testing to his vanity towers over the others. One of the wealthiest men in new england and yet he stood outside boston one terrible night of the war and he said burn boston though it makes john hancock beggar if the public good requires it so he to lived up to the pledge of the fifty-six few were long to survive five were captured by the british and tortured before they died. Twelve had their homes from rhode island to charleston sacked looted occupied by the enemy or burned to lost their sons in the army. One had two sons captured. Nine of the fifty six died in the war from its hardships or from. It's more merciful bullets. I don't know what impression you had the men who met that summer in philadelphia. I think it's important that we remember this about them. They were knock for men they were not wild eyed pirates. These were men of means they were rich men most of them and had enjoyed much ease and luxury and their personal living not hungry men certainly terrorists responsible. Malcontents not fanatical incendiaries. These men were prosperous men wealthy landowners they were substantially secure in their prosperity. They had everything to lose. But they consider liberty. Mrs as much as i say they learned that liberty so much more important security.
The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"nelson junior" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Colin was wrong last week. Fifty plus executives coaches and players voted on top ten quarterbacks. I'll be damned dacca's seven. I've never thought of dak as a top ten guy of all put them in the twelve thirteen better than kirk. Cousins not sure he's as good as derek carr kind of twelve thirteen space. He doesn't have a great arm. It's okay he's athletic. But he's not like cuyler. Murray athletic or russell wilson athletic. But you know what. I gotta say it. Bottom line is the reason. I have the cowboys going to the playoffs. This year is back defense. Not the head coach. It's not that all offensive line. There's something to be said about. Being a quarterback is more than armagh. It's about intangibles. Intelligence leadership toughness guile and got that stuff coming out his ears where colin was right. I predicted that damian lillard when the trade rumors came out last week damian lillard say it's not true but he would keep the door open damian. Lillard said it's not true but he kept the door open. He said essentially he put the blazers on the clock. This was to put pressure on the blazers to make a move. Now i i do not know what move that would be. I think they could go to philadelphia. Get ben simmons. They'd have to give up. Cj mccollum something else. Probably but dame did what we expected. Which is he didn't want to take the glare from the olympics. He's not a selfish guy. He's got good self awareness here not gonna take as as they say the shade away from the olympics but he made it very clear. We gotta get better. I don't have an interest being a one and done guy in the nba playoffs. Where colin was right. Ben simmons officially is on the trade. Bloc daryl morey. The gm set a couple of weeks ago. And i gave myself a wrong. Sky's the future. And i'm like no right. I don't buy it for a second. Well sham on last week broke the story somebody. We trust implicitly. The es philadelphia is engaging teams in ben simmons which they should by the way. I'm ben ben. Simmons don't work and they don't like each other and ben simmons does have value on golden state. He could be a really interesting piece. But we never bought into the darrell. Moris part of our future. He shouldn't be part of your future. It doesn't work it doesn't fit. He can't be on a team of dominant that sets the lane. That's he he needed open. Because that's where he scores colin right colin wrong on be sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern nine am pacific cedric. Sabaot is now joining us. Live so let's go back. let's go back. You played a couple years with dirk. Nowitzki let's go back cedric. you were more established. Your game was more refined at that time. Let's go back to dirk. what do you recall about. How rawal was he a very rock. I think the biggest thing about dirk was his work ethic. A lot of pressure was put on him. I don't know if you guys remember soon as they drafted milwaukee did and they traded him for robert tractor trailer don nelson senior stated and. He's gonna win work at a year. This kid is going to win work either year. He put a lot of pressure on the guy. So i think he came in like wild like slow down. Don't even know if. I really wanna be here. You know he even though he got drafted then. He started working every day. I'm up also. I was brought up by the cage as and barkley so training and putting myself in a position to get better each time that was something that a rebuilding organization. The mavericks were at that time. They were they a part of that. But i'm on one end. Dirk is on the other with. Kiki vandeweghe with del harris with dining nelson junior with his with dirks trainer and he and his teachers and They're getting him better. Even though you know it's like certain nights we play a great. Carl malone you know a guy who just gonna pound durkan split the whirlwind but he had to do all that work before before the game. I mean three workouts. And then you know sometimes dark would even go in and file twice just. He'll be a foul trouble to get his rest knowing that he got to go third and fourth quarter against a guy like carmelo. You know it's interesting so same same with janas. Who's not the shooter. He's not the offensive player initially dirk was but he's he's a bigger stronger bodies. Better defensive player. And i said this morning you can make an argument if he wins tomorrow night in three years. He's been an mvp twice a defensive player of the year in the finals. Mvp tomorrow night. Could i make the argument by tomorrow night. He's the he's the face of the nba janas. Let's go be tough to calm the face of the nba in milwaukee respect to the mid west air. But it's just it's really hard to get him on every single channel and on the pictures. I mean the bron still going to be that guy out there. Even though at the age of the high thirties for him. I think it's a progression period. And i love the fact that he's not willing to leave to go. Get a bigger sneaker deal or be on camera all the time or or being seen walking red carpets. And all that stuff. It's just a hard working guy and a lot of people really don't understand The reasons of why he's wanna stay. I think he's got a great deal. With with milwaukee great relationship. I you know he's playing with his brother. Who doesn't wanna you know have be able to play with your your brother on the same team. That's a bonus right there. you know. Rather he's capable of being in league or not. It has nothing to do with it. That's just that familiar face. And he's got a great team building around him. I don't think the prediction of being a jaanus being as big as he is now when they first rapid guy they really got thought they had somebody young and athletic and really great work ethic. But i think at progression the way he has put himself on up. Ashland being a mvp being so humble Putting this team on his back when they need him Being a two way player people get that about this guy. he's a great defender and now he's adding another dimension to his game. Which is all kinds of passing. Yeah no there's no question. He can tell his work ethic. You can see it every year. You know lebron's credit. Lebron kept getting better every year. He came in. He wasn't very good defensively then he developed a three point shot that he had a back to the basket. Low post game that was exposed against dallas in the finals. It is interesting you played in this league longtime in. You're a big body you. You're a big slender body in college. I watched you play live against. Unlv you are slender body. You got bigger and stronger because you're you're an nba nutrition nba weight rooms for eight or nine years and i watched this series. Phoenix looks so small. They're all these young guys. I feel bad for de'andre eight and go back to your career. Cedric the rafts. Swallow the whistles in conference finals and finals players to win it. I think that has been a huge bonus for milwaukee in this finals. Yeah those bulletin days a good thing that nca change the rules. Because i was starving. Most had no money to buy myself food. But then but i think it does help a physical team like milwaukee talked earlier to you about losing a big man when a when they went down with the injury. This is huge. Because you don't have that replacement.
The Steve Deace Show
"nelson junior" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"State house that's now called independence hall in philadelphia. The best men from each of the colonies sat down together which was very fortunate. Our in our nation's history one of those rare occasions in the lives of men when we had greatness to spare these were men of means well educated twenty four lawyers and jurists. Nine were farmers owners of large plantations on june. eleven committee. Sat down to draw a declaration of independence where we're going to tell the british fatherland no more rule my redcoats below the dam ruthless foreign ruler stream of freedom was running shallow muddy and we were going to light a fuse to dynamite. That dan this pact. Has burke later put. It was a partnership between the living. And the dead and the yet unborn. There was no bigotry. There was no demagoguery in this group all had shared hardships. Jefferson finished draft of the document in seventeen days. Congress adopted it in july and so much familiar history but now king. George third had denounced all rebels in america as traitors punishment for treason was hanging the names now. So familiar to you from the several signatures on that declaration of independence. The names were kept secret for six months for each new. The full meaning of that magnificent last paragraph in which his signature pledged his life his fortune and who sacred honor fifty. Six men placed their names beneath that pledge. Fifty six men knew when they signed that they were risking everything they knew if they won this fight the best they could expect would be years of hardship and a struggling nation and if they lost they'd face a hangman's rope but they signed the pledge and here is the documented fate that gallant fifty-six carter braxton of virginia wealthy planter trader saw. His ships swept from the seas to pay his debts. He lost his home and all of his properties and died in rags. Thomas lynch junior who signed that pledge was up third generation rice grower aristocrat large plantation on her after he signed his health failed his wife and he's set out for france to regain his failing health. Their ship never got to. France was never heard from again. Thomas mckean of delaware so harassed by the enemy that he was forced to move his family five times. In five months he served in congress without pay. His family and poverty and in hiding vandals looted the properties of ellery and climber and hall gwinnett and walton and hayward rutledge and middleton thomas nelson. Junior virginia raised two million dollars on his own signature to provision our allies. The french fleet after the war. He personally paid back. The loans wiped out his entire estate and he was never reimbursed by his government in the final battle for yorktown. He nelson urged general washington to fire on his. Nelson's own home which was occupied by cornwallis. It was destroyed. Thomas nelson junior had pledged his life his fortune and his sacred honor. The heavens seized the home of francis hopkinson of new jersey francis. Lewis had his home and everything destroyed his wife imprisoned. She died within a few months. Richard stockton who signed that declaration was captured. Mistreated his health broken to the extent that he died at fifty one. His estate was pillaged. Thomas hayward junior was captured when charleston fell. John hart was driven from his wife's bedside while she was dying. Their thirteen children fled in all directions for their lives. There's fields and gristmill were laid waste for more than a year. He lived in forests and caves and returned home after the war to find his wife. Did his children gone his property's gone and he died a few weeks later of exhaustion. A broken heart lewis morris so his land destroyed his family scattered. Philip livingston died within a few months from the hardships of the war. John hancock history remembers best due to a quirk of fate than anything. He stood for that great sweeping signature attesting to his vanity towers over the others one of the wealthiest men in new england and yet he stood outside boston one terrible night of the war and he said burn boston though it makes hancock beggar if the public good requires it so he to lived up to the pledge of the fifty-six few were long to survive five were.
Animal Spirits Podcast
"nelson junior" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast
"Sixteen there were up to they crash them back to like forty percent in our negative. Looks like the memes stocks. A little bit it does i just. Don't he told someone back. Then this is going to happen. They wouldn't have believed that seems to be the markets and a lot of ways like things that have never happened happened all the time but i would have expected the us to have negative interest rates before greece correct. I can't talk to the dynamics. Of how the hell this happens. I don't know what's going on here. I guess i don't either but it's surprising. Okay cuban missile crisis last week. We talked about mark cuban being open and honest about his experience with defy. You gotta give this guy credit. And maybe you still do. Because he was open and honest about it but apparently him talking about some of these. Small crypto products. These defy tokens that he's funding. Caused this one defy token to go to sixty dollars a token which was like two billion dollars in value from nothing. He was like the guy who he basically funded this thing. It was just him. He's doing some weird paris trade. I still don't quite get this. It works but it went from like five dollars to sixty in a week and then from sixty two zero in about a day so mark. Cuban basically got rex bloomberg did a series of articles on this cuban wrote into kind of defend himself or ask for more regulation here. I guess there's a few puffs in it's a tough thing. I guess good for him. For being. Otherwise between this and them canny donnie nelson junior in a tough week those tough i mean it's a good reminder though that you few weeks go talk about like how do you learn about this stuff and people say well you just learn by doing guess. What sometimes learning by doing these you get wrecked and i guess that's a good reminder that anyone even a lot of money can get wrecked in trades but especially in this kind of stuff. This defy stuff where you're being liquidity provider. Let's also context. This is not like our k goes. I'm gonna guess he lost a few hundred grand. I think he said he put seventy five thousand. Yeah for him as a drop in. The bucket is nothing. It's probably a much bigger. Hit his ego than it is to his pocketbook that he said i'm funding this and to his credit. He said he was learning. He gave statement. I think he changes the two days before he's talking about the banking industry should be shaking his boots and then two days later. He's saying actually we need more. Regulation here. pervert. Here's a new book. Question about this defy stuff. Do prices have to be ever-rising for this stuff to work. I don't think so you don't because doesn't it seem like if we have one of these crashes like this doesn't just work like a bank run in the early nineteen hundreds where you need a job. Morgan guided bail out. The system. in crypto doesn't really have that like i dunno. I don't question well. I mean listen. I'm completely making this up. I have no idea. But when crypto crashed in twenty twenty blocksize interest did not go down. So i mean that is not predicated on high-rising. It's not defy. The defy stuff. I'm talking about is where you have. These people sticking their tokens for the quickey. And they're providing it in value. Their tokens are going down and the token stuff their. I don't know it just seems to me like true. I guess blocked his trad. Fai kind of for crypto but yeah. I don't know just throwing it out there well. Meanwhile we spoke about the email that this guy with the coin base. he felt victim to phishing scams. So let's not necessarily on coin based but it's kinda weird that there's no customer service not tweeted about this that he's trying to get a hold of them and good luck. Yeah dave said he's been locked out of coin base for four days. He's got no response to emails. No phone number you can call no ability to interact with anyone in any way he said at least schwab as a phone number and obviously the regular finance companies aren't always the greatest when it comes to customer service but a lot of them dooley's have a one eight hundred number. It's not always the greatest. You could be waiting for a while. But i think that is a hole in a lot of these fintech platforms. That a lot of them just have completely just done away with customer service. It's not even really an option except for help out. Whatever email in especially when problems to mount. I think this is a problem for a lot of these places especially for coin. Wanting to be a platform that is more mainstream. I think that this is the kind thing that they like. That was always my thing with vanguard that that was going to be one of their biggest potential risks as they got so huge is that their customer service just suffered because of it so i think that's a huge problem for them. It is interesting. I was looking today. Actually from their high in the first day of the ipo coin base is down fifty percent. Bitcoin is also down fifty percent from that day. Remember we talked the day of the coin base. Ipo we did a video on youtube and we said isn't going to be the case that when bitcoin goes crazy involved whole coin is actually going to do better because thou tilt is good for them in exchange or what is the correlation between based bitcoin. Hey we ever answer and no why not to sir. They're both down fifty percent from the day. Coincidence this exact incidence house at a coincidence. Okay all right. You're doing the correlation causation. Thing with me. I usually don't pull that card usually. i'm all about the correlation causation. I'm just. I think this one's going to be a little more correlated. Even i kind of bought into the idea that they're an exchange and it shouldn't matter them. There's volatility i think there's gonna be some correlation here where coins doing good coin basis doing good and vice versa. Also this listen if bitcoin balances coin base while they were both oversold of the groundwork. Now we talked about inflation. All there's a piece in york times by mike konczal in j w mason and their economies and they looked at listen every time. There's a boom. Why do we always have to look at ways of slowing it down. And their whole thing was after the war the best thing we did is like they managed the boom. They didn't try to fight it. It's almost like i guess since the nineties we haven't really had a boom to speak of that didn't get completely out of control so i guess the point was there saying that like after world war two. You had this supply problem. You had this huge uptick in demand but it was met with this huge in production and supply and maybe instead of trying to like slow this thing down rates too early to slow things down. Why don't we try to invest in the infrastructure of getting that supply chain back on board and actually like leading this thing run a little bit instead of trying to cut it off before it gets too crazy like managed good economic outcome and let it run for a little while. Shouldn't we root for the economy to heat up after years of two percent. Nominal gdp growth. Yeah that's the point. Can we do a little better. And i wonder back to our inflation expectations thing about people in certain age groups. You wonder if just a lot the people who are policymakers. Now who are a little older woman. Been around for a while. That's what they've grown up with. You shut off the spigot you take the punch bowl of whatever that's what they are accustomed to. That's their only thing in their playbook that they go to. I don't know this is a good line. Speaking of that so colin kept emailing us to listen to this mark. Cuban collins an email. Or listen i should say it. Listen to this. Barry weiss interview with mark..
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"nelson junior" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast
"Your host. Lucas agin and joining me as always is my co host ryan smith. Brian how are you this weekend or shaken. It was it was good. I wish you fill the weekend Good i said it. I got a ton of matt's affecting. I'm absolutely loving that game. I feel like i'm a kid like outside of a candy store we've got. We've got some game pets coming up. We've got eighty. Three announcements are already starting to drop. I am absolutely pumped. This is like i love this time of the year. 'cause there's so much impo that we get we'll get into that here in a little bit but how about you how how was your weekend. Brother might weaken was good. I got a lot of gaming in a lot of mass effects. I actually revisited avengers for a little bit. Okay it'd been a long time since i picked up that game. They've improved a lot. Leaving proved a lot. It's a lot smoother back. When i was trying to give it. A big shot throws a lot of bugs. That dr near made me want quit through good and i did for a while just to be fair but lost lost potential. I gotta be honest. Lost potential in that game but enough about us. I know we're all excited for all the game. Announcements in our guest as we just recently had one and he's reading a wave of momentum one of the best indie game creators out there and a fellow member of the game awards future class. I always have to shout everybody. Alex is ollivier nelson. Junior is joining us. Heller you my friend. Have you gotten any risk at all these past few weeks yes. I have snatched from the jaws of exhaustion just several days worth of sleep to cope with all the madness. We just had a game launch in an airport aliens run by dogs which had a really really positive reception We announced el paso elsewhere This past weekend. We're on the front page of enemy dot com right now next. Frigging like steve mcqueen. Twelve years a slave and.
"nelson junior" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I mean it's also an area that's basically on tactics. There's nothing out there. Fortunately right now. So you're you're braving new ground bless you for that some great work recently. That's come out. I mean black. Panthers probably the most popular example. I'm a big fan of nettie work. I'm not sure if you're familiar with her she has A novel called. Who fears death and i just recently. A story called remote control so mom yet. You're you're definitely right that There's not that many popular works. But there's some really good stuff in the genre that our team and i have kind of explored as we as we started developing this project. There's more sifi taught so stay tuned back on sci-fi telecom tony talaat and let's talk about your team i mean you're this is obviously diversity rich which is awesome but you also have diverse teams. Well talk about them. And how the economies of joint hewitt heart heart-shaped games. Yeah absolutely. I mean this. This is definitely not a story. I tell myself in. The experiences of people in our team have really informed and help make something is unique. That i don't think a lot of people have seen So i mentioned before resolve your nelson. Junior is an award winning writer work on a number of Game titles and Kind of wrote the entire story and helped develop the world. Anthony jones had mentioned ravine wanna Was our mission Designer gimme of an extended team all over the world. We are on you afford. The pandemic are calling cards of your remote team. But now we're just kind of one of one of the The many companies doing that. So where we've been lucky to have people in australia. And and you know many other parts of the world on the team. Yeah i even the state texas. You're michigan. I mean you're it's it's the only way things could work nowadays. Thank god for technology there. You can talk to each other like this show each other drawings and things like using you know this zoom technology which is.
"nelson junior" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"So we we actually took a trip With being Myself xavier nelson junior the Narrative director on the game Anthony jones the art director and a few other folks. We were actually invited to go to nepal and sit in with rangers and conservationist doing this work so we definitely got some first hand. Experience learn a lot of kind of unintuitive ideas. That people might not think right away there. I thought might be rangers running around with with guns. Looking for people you know in the bush but It's much more complex than that You know one of the biggest incites. We learned that we touch on early in the game is how important it is to work with the communities that are in and around conservation areas so it becomes a a tricky balance Where perhaps some of those people are. The ones doing the poaching. Yes so they're just a lot of inspiration to take from that and we. We didn't want it to be the sort of one to one representation of real life. We want people to be able to engage with it. And that's why we went with a a sci-fi route to build our own world allows to heightened some of the scenarios and take some of the some of the personalization out of it to kind of get the core messages across and so far You know the early signs say that we've done all right with that awesome. Tell us about some of the characters that are involved in the game. It looks the first who they are and then the design process coming designer. Maisy i'll thanks. Yeah i mean that that one hundred percent comes out of the brain of Anthony jones on. He's kind of a well-known concept artist. And he kind of has always been a big on robots and You know these kind of scifi characters. I think he's moniker. Online is actually robot pencil. So there you go see. I kind of just said you know. Hey i've got this idea. Where do you want to take it. And he just took it in a place that was so cool. We couldn't Go that direction but The actual characters in the game. It's actually an samba cast. So yeah You know the game is about billing multiple squads. You've got seventy one hundred characters in your caretaker group and it's really about managing each of these individuals taking advantage their strengths and also dealing with perhaps some of their quirks. The main character again. We call the conductor. And they're sort of this shadow leader They always kind of the caretakers have always worked behind the scenes. And now they're kind of thrust into the forefront As their societies help and then along the way we kinda counter Some extra terrestrial friends enemies As well as some of the leaders that are outside the barrier and you kind of have to figure out how to deal with them. Do you make alliances. That sort of thing very cool. You mentioned You mentioned your anthony. Jones and he He came from blizzard. Which is obviously a pretty big gaming company and to have him on staff at. He's on your staff. Is that correct. Well yeah he. We worked together on the project for about two years two years. Yeah great yeah. We've been three years coming so this is has been Quite the project for us. We've been typically smaller games in the past but yeah anthony Zala your and the are wider team..
"nelson junior" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"And you've done your research on something like this to those areas you mentioned conservation and things like that to to give the game grounded in realism to yes so We we actually took a trip. we being myself xavier nelson junior the narrative director on the game Anthony jones the art director and a few other folks We were actually invited to go to nepal and kind of sit in with rangers and concentration. Is doing this work so we definitely got some first hand experience and learn a lot of unintuitive ideas that people might not think right away there. I thought might be rangers running around with with guns looking for people in the bush. But it's much more complex than that you know. One of the biggest incites. We learned that we touch on early in the game. How important is to work with the communities that are in around conservation areas so it becomes a a tricky balance Where perhaps some of those people are the ones doing the poaching yes. They're just a lot of inspiration to take from that and we. We didn't want it to just be on this sort of one to one representation of real life. We wanted people to be able to engage with it. And that's why we went with a sifi route to build our own world allow us to heighten some of the scenarios and Take some of the some of the personalization to kind of get the core messages across and so far You know the early signs say that. We've we've done all right with that. We are the caretakers will have early access available on twenty second and that is right day. Manifest is back for season three. Some of you may have heard. Some comments interviews. Did recently on bite parveen car. Who is savvy and creator and show runner. Jeff rake joined in a roundtable to discuss this new sees. Here's jeffrey the show. Has its own thing..