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"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

13:05 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"Hopefully it's not too hard though right I mean hopefully hopefully yeah I think of I think of any company out. There already knew that there might be somebody on the twenty seven inch monitor versus four K. Sixty inch TV. So hopefully they already know that optimizing for us which is another level. What how much is that much smaller? How much smaller is that? It's a little bit smaller than the regular switch. The regular switches already. Yeah pretty small small. I mean I played. I've played the Baldur's gate ice when Dale never winter nights enhanced Divinity all on the switch and I haven't had real issues with reading so admittedly I think only Baldur's gate maybe and never have the huge amounts of text at times that that Disco has but I think they'll be fine and this disco. Does I hope they? Are you finding the enhanced Bulger Skate on switch my? That's rough minimum. It's rough because the originals. The I forgot the animation silver. I forgot that their animation for the original Baldur's gate not to And I think I swim day one to May of fix this. But the original Baldur's gate the guys do this that framework relation thing where they're like fifth. Yeah and I forgot. And then when you're looking at a screen the size of the switch it's noticeable as hell however unlike the never winner enhanced Baldur's gate one is awesome. Like as in there isn't any technical issues I had where never winner from what I understand is ahead issues pretty much on every system so I love Baldur's gate though great. It's amazing to see what the switch has on it now which is probably why everybody's buying them so. Well I mean if they can get them. Well I mean I'm on Ebay. I'm sure there's always somebody selling one out of the eight hundred dollar the decisions. Yeah wow it's up to eight hundred dollars. The animal crossing version is up to eight. I will fly to your house and sing you a song for half and it'll be more fun than the regular switches. I think currently at five hundred or something the animal crossing editions at eight hundred. The only ones we we still have in stock. Do you need to go somewhere to Johnny? That's why go ahead. What were you saying. Sorry about that rich. The only ones we still have in in stock in regular stores. You're currently are the switch. Light worsens has anybody. We've got bought one of these 'cause I'd like to know who's buying these so what I mean by that is do you think it's people where maybe they had one and their wife or husband lies now to me. The light makes sense as a secondary families. Where exactly like the the? What do you call? It switched like the anybody can like. Here's an here's another I'll keep my neon one. Here's the light for mom daughter son. Y- you give it to someone who doesn't have access to the TV only going to hurt like your kids you know they're not going to be using the TV. That's for you yet. I don't have kids. I don't know how it works. My kids wouldn't be using the door. My kids wouldn't be using a stove and the ring fit adventure for example they would. It would ring fit adventure. Somebody's buying that. Yes for eight hundred. I sold it on Ebay But ring fit week. I'm not understanding. I thought it was a game. Yes but it's it comes with the control with the ring as well right. Yeah that's that shit is popping super-popular good so there's always been a bit of Scalp But years and years ago I got to live through the main one. That started all this. Which was the tickle me. Elmo doll and I got to see what it was like. So there'd always been a little bit of scalp on consoles but it was nowhere. Near what tickle me Elmo was and I remember one of my Co workers was with me. And he's like we need to go to toys R. US to get this. Tickle me elmo. 'cause my nephew wants it and they're like an Ebay had just started like there was. I don't even think it was called Ebay at time. Like I don't even remember what it's called but it was ancient. You know pay pal anyway. Weren't merged it was none of that and We see people fighting over that like dumb ass toy and it was just crazy was it. Was it like nine thousand nine hundred. Sixty hours ancient. It was a long time ago but I remember sitting there and just being like man this is beginning to the end and I always thought it'd be. I always wanted to do it but I always have a moral issue and I. I don't have any issues with anybody else having one But I do. I don't feel I just don't feel comfortable holding it and that's on me like there's no. I shouldn't really have one but like the idea of me holding onto. Let's say a toy so that the kids mom task to pay like three times as much as wrong to me like it's just that everything's basically everything that sold out this crevice selling for crazy price on Ebay developing next for example one that wasn't available also two thousand so twice the price really got damn. I need to make sure I don't have some shit sitting in boxes because I would say that you know because I'm pretty dumb like buying stuff in the middle of the night and then going I don't need a fifty fifth camcorder but then too lazy to return it so often go look but buzz light year furby. Yeah all those I just think it. Also I just remember the tickle me elmo one for summary I mean it was that was legit watching people scuffle over it if you WANNA talk about stuff. Sold out in one thousand nine thousand six. Poke him on the red fish. Or gameboy colors. Yeah it's crazy. I don't even remember how you would buy and sell back then like toys. 'R US yeah. Well Oh dude God that reminds me. Oh thank you. Very much The void soldier for the gifts of the subs you rock. That does remind me. We went to Toys R. US and there was a toy of some kind it was. It wasn't like it was like a sky lenders. It wasn't that this was years prior and they were doing the thing where people would descend on the box so the person they used to open the box on the show floor so they opened the box and they would put the items out and if you were a good customer you would wait politely. They would put stuff out and then you would grab it and matchbox cars was one of the first where I saw this. I went with a friend to get a matchbox car and I don't even know what was special about it to me. It's a piece of plastic smash it. I burned a lot of matchbox cars. I didn't collect them. These guys were collectors and they were actually like pushing the workers out of the way to get into the box so the worker was just like fuck you and he just walked off and this box just torn open by customers and people were like reaching for some specific car. And it's the worst part of humanity man like something about that just sort of disgusts me to see people like that. That's why I think you should take a giant shit in a box and then leave it there so everybody. Just tears that What else do we got? Oh Yeah Itani wanted to bring this up chronicles okay chronicles of El Burrito and the say Eleutheria kickstarter controversy. All right so explain to me a little bit about this. So this is a very old get old kick-started I actually wanted to pledge full naked twenty sixteen so it's it was like a thing. Mo He was He made the video. And it's like you grow old than you can get married. And then you'll some look like us this Peter. Molineaux made this fucking thing because it's all right. Can you freeze? It wasn't insane okay. It was insane because you can literally buy land and the game is not even out yet so you could buy land in the game even create yet. So that's white eight million dollars for an EMO. That kind of this is not enough and people start again Tired of waiting for it because from two thousand sixteen to twenty twenty and they showed anything people will start. You know researching unseen that he's taken the salary of what two hundred and fifty year or something like that. That's why reading the by two hundred eighty three K. year. And if you look at his recent. Let's hope you could look? You could already see a loyal wrote the out for him. All because people are trying to sue him now because eight million dollars raised as a low money. That went to win. This is going to a low of kickstarts now. Because now how you gonNA trust anyone. If your money off this like such a big scamming nece I think the rest of us maybe already got burned at least once. Yes yes well game is. I've got burned on. I'll go ahead. I got burned out real quick. I got burned on hardware mostly headphones. I think I've been burned on. Four different sets of like special headphones that were coming out from different companies That's and then one game and I don't remember what it was but it was an RPG and it never even never even came close to being done. Go ahead rich. Yeah there's a couple of there was a for for a Space Strategy Game. That's maybe a still in development sometimes like every six months or so there's an update Kickstarter phone two thousand fourteen And then we have Dead States signnow that released Nadia starlight inception. That didn't go anywhere York winters which was a big one. Then two thousand twelve with the yolks coast crew behind this God. You're right there. The YouTube Yes that is actually one of the big ones that SORTA started looking closer at kickstarter Then definitely a couple of where. I was just disappointed but that did actually released like double find adventure the Yeah they the two parter right double finding the too good so there there. There have been some also high-profile would say Mistakes on kickstarter games. That didn't go anywhere. That were just imploded. And at least personally I yes since I stopped doing anything on the light like Becky Hannah game projects. Yeah it's it's inherent kickstarter though Kit. Sir. You're you're not. You don't know that there's got to be finished product at the end of the day. That is true which also I'm I'm really hesitant to use the word scam necessarily because I mean it has been like four years of development. I don't know what those for years the plight I certainly if people are buying land in the game. They're buying ships in say star citizen. I think that's troubling and and I think that that that certainly is closer towards constituting a scam then than like eight millions and development costs for for an memo with a four year development cycle that then fizzles or yeah because at that point actually promising assets. Let's say to pl right you're staying. You're buying this House that will be created as opposed to the kick-started Dick Starter Cement. Which is like. I'm just backing this project. I'm the prices for the land. Wasn't like cheap. It was like between Sixty one point three K by and this was a fool and his money. That's what I'm is what I'm trying to. Who BUYS I guess? The difference is Star citizen continually releases like haunt. Like you can play. It doesn't get more money on and Yeah but so for me as somebody who has spent a ton on star citizen. I want to be clear I have spent some. I actually have feel like. I've made money in Star citizen like what I mean is. I've got more than right. My whatever amount Right where this because you've had a playable demo. Yeah I've had a playable demo where here at least unless I'm misreading this.

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"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"That's me spend twenty two bucks today. Wow, so. A I bet the earliest show and we're seeing plot for maybe. Two o'clock three o'clock, no, never any later than that. and. Defer show was probably for a buck except on weekends. Envisioned old movie theater. What a time alive yeah. I mean it was crazy. Now obviously shows had to be automatic pilot at some point because it's it's just how can even if you're not physically tired? How do you get mentally aimed? Right particularly some light brown. or his band? Who worked so hard? And then you come off stage. And basically show of film. A movie yeah, but but. Short, short. In. Joke all was was find the worst movies because they return. Encourage people to get up and leave. Really Yeah. Okay. Eating right now on my calculator by the way, so if I were to play two dollars. To See James Brown. In nineteen, sixty seven fifteen dollars and forty five cents, yes, fifteen bucks in fifty six. Okay, that's still cheap, yeah! and. He could've seen like four shows that day. For Fifteen. Bucks sure. Absolutely. Wall and so. The standards of the day in back then because then I would think. Wow. You seem this joke before or you've seen as. Like the same people yeah, but. I mean obviously everybody didn't do that. Right right into a handful of nuts. Just either really loved the artist raising my hand. Or they got absolutely nothing else to do amazing on, you know they found some good. We don't want to pull the group, so they just. Wow for two bucks. You could just have the best entertainment of Your Life Right. All Day. What's his? What's his game like? where their t shirts back then or like progress program? There were programming starting in I. Guess the earliest when I was one thousand nine hundred sixty hours from a tour wasn't an. They. They saw program books and they used to have hats. That would have little picture him in the band and. Different jump they never teachers teachers shirts were were at the thing. There was some program books and photos. You'd get. okay, a glossy or button. They. Say Loud Buttons. They sold well. Two. To obey is week. We need to rebuild. The epic fiction podcast Tuman Bay returns. I we met before. You have no choice. It has to be done. What? Gun from US twenty for the iheartradio, APP Apple, podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"That's me spend twenty two bucks today. Wow, so. A I bet the earliest show and we're seeing plot for maybe. Two o'clock three o'clock, no, never any later than that. and. Defer show was probably for a buck except on weekends. Envisioned old movie theater. What a time alive yeah. I mean it was crazy. Now obviously shows had to be automatic pilot at some point because it's it's just how can even if you're not physically tired? How do you get mentally aimed? Right particularly some light brown. or his band? Who worked so hard? And then you come off stage. And basically show of film. A movie yeah, but but. Short, short. In. Joke all was was find the worst movies because they return. Encourage people to get up and leave. Really Yeah. Okay. Eating right now on my calculator by the way, so if I were to play two dollars. To See James Brown. In nineteen, sixty seven fifteen dollars and forty five cents, yes, fifteen bucks in fifty six. Okay, that's still cheap, yeah! and. He could've seen like four shows that day. For Fifteen. Bucks sure. Absolutely. Wall and so. The standards of the day in back then because then I would think. Wow. You seem this joke before or you've seen as. Like the same people yeah, but. I mean obviously everybody didn't do that. Right right into a handful of nuts. Just either really loved the artist raising my hand. Or they got absolutely nothing else to do amazing on, you know they found some good. We don't want to pull the group, so they just. Wow for two bucks. You could just have the best entertainment of Your Life Right. All Day. What's his? What's his game like? where their t shirts back then or like progress program? There were programming starting in I. Guess the earliest when I was one thousand nine hundred sixty hours from a tour wasn't an. They. They saw program books and they used to have hats. That would have little picture him in the band and. Different jump they never teachers teachers shirts were were at the thing. There was some program books and photos. You'd get. okay, a glossy or button. They. Say Loud Buttons. They sold well. Two. To obey is week. We need to rebuild. The epic fiction podcast Tuman Bay returns. I we met before. You have no choice. It has to be done. What? Gun from US twenty for the iheartradio, APP Apple, podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"They fought all year for first overall with the islanders. It was a really good team. I mean, I, I'm not sure exactly the numbers, but they had something like, you know, seven or eight twenty goal scores. I mean, Babich had over fifty obviously Bernie for go and solder, but they at your Patterson and Blake Dunlop and Blair Chapman Lee was outstanding in gold. Your, I think looking back, there are two things that kept that team from advancing past the second round. They they beat Pittsburgh in a five game series that they should have one in three or four. That was a series that chrome being scored in double overtime. I'm sure you remember that one and then they lost to the Rangers and six, but they got worn down number one, number two. Their defense wasn't quite good enough. I mean it was good, but it wasn't great and they also lost Perry Turnbull I think late in the year he had his appendix removed or something like that. He had sur surgery, not major surgery, but surgery and you couldn't play. So they lost. They lost one of their big wingers and they just couldn't score enough. That was that was a really good team. I mean they had the offense, but again, they didn't have. They didn't have them McKenna's Pronger on defense, right. And you know, even you know back then today's game, you gotta have a strong defense. You know that Tim. So is the the blues teams nineteen eighties. They were there, but they couldn't get over the top. There was that night in one thousand nine hundred sixty hour. You around for that widow. I in left in. Okay. Yeah, I had left in January of eighty three. Okay. To start my broadcasting career and tiny town in Kansas. So I was gonna hear, what are you doing in a tiny town in Kansas hockey team there? No, I I got. Hired Mattis station in near Wichita, earn our from Wichita, and I started doing basketball, and then I ended up doing sales in news. I was going to do football in the fall, but then I got my first job in the American Hockey League in September or late August of of eighty three. Now, this is where you growing up. Like I wanna do hockey a rea- I just want to be a broadcaster. You know, I I wanted to to do hockey because I, I love hockey so much, and I played hockey as a kid played all the way to junior b in Saint Louis. And obviously I would have done other sports like any young broadcaster or do what you gotta do you gotta do? I mean, so it was a, it was a town of five thousand in Kansas. So I was gone from then until you know, I came back for three years in after my dad passed away in eighty nine. So I wasn't there for the Monday night. Miracle obviously watched it on TV and stuff like that. So did you ever have a conversation with some of those guys about that? Night. Because people still talk about that night. You would think that the building held one hundred thousand people people say they were there for that thing. I've had hundreds of people tell me left. Can you imagine leaving a? I mean, it's it's an elimination game for the blues and the threshold of go into the final finals. Yeah, I mean, so I made a lot of people left to have. Were you there? Oh, no, no, no, I would have been nine. I believe it doesn't mean I wouldn't have been there, but I was not there. I remember it. Yeah, I remember it. Yeah, I, it probably is the most famous game and blues history. Although you could argue that you know game seven of the second round in the first year when Ron scored in double overtime to get him to the finals. I mean, that's sure, obviously major, but you know, for the modern fan, that was probably the biggest game that has occurred. Right, and and the fashion with which it happened. But I mean, hell, even if it was a game in November, it would still be something incredible, but war to be game six of what the Campbell conference final what was called at that time down five, two in the third and they come back and went six, five, and then they lose game seven to two one frustrating. Absolutely. What's what stories you remember from your your father, a legendary broadcaster, legendary voice. What do.

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"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"nine hundred sixty hours" Discussed on WTVN

"Just well actually twelve thousand nine hundred sixty hours of closed circuit tv recordings in their search i'll and they've collected six hundred thirty pieces of evidence and search twenty one addresses in total of fourteen men are in custody in connection with the may twenty second bombing police arrested a 23yearold monday in shoreham by sea in england hundreds of miles south of manchester the man was arrested on suspicion of terrorism offenses and and address was there was searched suspects have been not been identified were charged all are being held in suspicion of violating the terrorism act in police and security services say they may have no very little have said very little about the network believed to be behind the suicide bomber manchester native whose parents had moved to britain from libya a betis elder brother is male is among the suspects being held in britain and younger brother and his father had been detained in libya and british intelligence services have launched an inquiry into how warnings about the twenty two year old at betis radical views were handled amid indications that vital warnings you're missed and britain's official tara level threat ascetic critical was said days after the attack was downgraded saturday to severe the country remains on high alert in the area a 'grande is returning to manchester to host a concert to raise money for the victims of last week's deadly bombing in her show publicist for the pop star announced tuesday she will play a charity concert in manchester sunday joined by big names including coldplay justin.

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