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"nuff" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"A gas station where they go to your body and they just start fixing your brain and during out all the stuff in your body exercising your muscles so that your is flexible and strong has berkeley's you know and all that kind of the idea is that it just takes. What is the base but takes it to its best best version of itself. It's best version. Not our so executive differently in in the new captain america or whoever whatever super soldier takes it so if you so as an example if you naturally had a larger frame more muscle mass that's going to be made exponentially greater or maybe less so that's actually an interesting question on that is it's gonna take you to the peak of your body but if your body was already at a peak in somewhere this always make the point about with his. He was careful prototype. Who his real name. I wanna say was mcclinton And he was sort of the big dumb guy that got the super soldier serum as a random experiment before cap but essentially. He thinks he's brain damage because he doesn't talk very much. He's very quiet but it was this idea that i had in my mind. That that steve. Rogers already really intelligent guy. Most of the people that have been cap got the super soldier serum like william burnside who was a schoolteacher also as phd in history. Also is a really smart guy. They don't notice the increases. In their peak human intelligence they noticed peak human physicality increasing for like mcclinton like pro said he was already peak physically trump. but what shocks him is now. he's looking at the world and he sees way more and he knows he understands how things together way more than he did before he took the syrup. So doesn't really make him that much stronger. It makes them a little stronger. It gives them a lot more stamina and all that kind of stuff but what really shocks him is how his intelligence has increased. And that is that is where certain things. So if you get the super soldier serum and you're already strong it's gonna make you a little stronger. Yeah but it's also gonna make you know that would imply that there is some sort of chain quantum entanglement that gibbs sorta universal information on some dimensional level to certain things to know where it can go to so like if like how is it able to make that distinction. If it's already that it's about it. It's really about spacial reasoning. Because essentially on all science is spatial reasoning. And it's a question of how large or small scale you put that spatial reasoning on so that essentially okay so like that idea of ten percent you bring prices yada yada yada. Whatever the band yet. But what body is you will. The idea of spatial reasoning is when. I see a box and i see another box. I know how that box to that box. I know how to turn the box to fit about how to turn this thing to make it do this other thing. I can see how the two pieces fit together. Now you can look in the term of boxes or you can go down to the atomic level and again. It's just that spatial reasoning. How are these items with electrons going to interact with these items electrons and then seeing how those two species interact with each other and work together and that is that is this idea of how things expand out right. So it's just whatever. The electrical capacity of the brain is whatever. The electric capacity of the moscow set electrical connections. It's about how the how the brain can take two different objects or ideas or concepts and string them together. How do you string them together in a way that gets you to the solution you want. That's what we're calling one cycle. Say for example it's increasing the cycles of of a process can arguably yes are still some. This is all comic book science right right right right right right but yeah but if you wanna put it into that structure that sort of what you're doing there is you're increasing the ability of the brain to make connections to observe to see have Organs take in data and then to analyze that data collated in the most efficient ways and the same way that your body is now using whatever. Torque and muscular trade has to move things to heal faster to be stronger to be faster to me. Whatever you need to be on the physical levels so that that that's a super soldiers jerem but anyway any final thought and he did give you a final thought. We thought we hit ten more thoughts after the final press so anyway i hope he vote enjoyed listening to this. I hope you could listen to this too often. People listening on sub-standard headphones which they shouldn't do they should just go down to tweet. 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"nuff" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"In a world of capes and learn gods and monsters. There are those who stand between we the human race and those which robots you pins and others who threaten our species are they the heroes or the villains or are they a mixture of both the agents of shield and those in secret. We will investigate them all for this nuff said i'm your host charlie the professor esser and with me as always is my skinny which rich friend my friend skinny which friend will never know you never know tell for that purple magic. Hey kids This is it this. Is it this the the final episode of the series finale wanda vision season one episode. Not the series. Finale wanda battles agatha navision fights his sword counterpart as hayward launches an attack on west. You matt chapman is director. Jack shafer gets are created by critic among those writers stan lee and of course run button. And of course kirby on marvel created by credits along with roy. Thomas jambu shamma. Who did those Vision created by credits. Jack shafer of course long being created by and the show runner gets our head writer. Credits she also wrote this episode. Peter cameron and bobak johnny hitter executive story. Editor credits Along with mackenzie door. And then we got three three quarters who worked on this meghan macdonald lord danny and girl cameron scars all right Yeah so this is. This is neat. Because of course this is our post agatha on and post previously on episodes. We've got all of the histories and you don't. Here's what i find most fascinating. Obviously there's a lot of talk on the internet about. Oh they didn't give us this and that and the other but what actually found interest net was all of the really like big fan theories that of course. I have dismissed as being too obvious. The ones that came true so yes. The book is the dark hold. Yes there is another vision. You know Gonna be the the fight. Asset was agatha all along. You actually was evil and and that that wanda was it to save. Like a group of people really was her knowing she was doing something wrong just because her grief made her blind to her sense of moral direction. Yeah exactly and that is really what the whole moral of the story is that it was actually one all. It actually wanted all along. Although with the revelation of the dark hole there is a secondary aspect of this..
"nuff" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"And of course you can always recommend that fashioned email way where our mothers and fathers and probably even director word once did. And as dr darcy did in the email that vision intercepted a few episodes ago at superconductivity blog at dot com that superconductivity blow all one word at mail dot com on twitter. Is i live tweet. The final season of a duck tales. Who the was those are back. I repeat the wasn't are back. And if you know it wasn't you probably watched last episode in our as i did as they played with a dark gritty reboot of the whistles. And i am here. For the dirk. Gritty reboot of the whistles. That is amazing and environmental tweet that at charlie lesser that h a r realize. He has cr the to ease in the middle's. Thank you matt. thank you all right. Ladies and gentlemen you have listened to another broadcast of nuff. Said we have listened to the fears. The worries of penitent world hesitate view. With the gods and monsters gibbs learnt excuse who out to destroy us and those who seek protect us until next time nuff said. I'm one of the high price of conscien- right and i have.
"nuff" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"The rewinding scene there and it's an interesting thing as she doesn't she doesn't enact may go into that idea. That doesn't really know they know what's happening. But who's in controller. Why it's happening. So they know that. This time rewind every time that wonder starts to get pulled out of this area and so when she tries to go back to that reality and act like nothing had happened. That's when wanda but wondered just sees season knows what's reality isn't sensitive cornfield as it were home but anyway yeah just a great another great episode a really great series next episode the one 'cause we're recording on thursday night so that's gonna be drafting at midnight the next episode they say it is a prospective shift which means. I think we're actually gonna get stuff from monaco rambo in the sort facility. I just saw an ad for it again. 'cause it running the as low on. Abc right now and they made a point to show the woman's hand holding the remote control that we haven't seen since the first episode. So i think we're gonna see that is and my prediction. Mark my words. That is jemison. And i would love that. That'd be great i am so certain of it. It's it's such a pale. White hand is a black uniform. Just like jemma was wearing all throughout the last season of agents of shield. I think that's jim simons new head of soared the casino and really in that sense. The sentient weapons observatory no watching the most dangerous prisoners. That's right in her bailiwick as superhuman biologists and it's also quite frankly. It's probably a real job with nice hours. 'cause she has kids so she can stay. She can be just a few hours away. Driving to work. Observe the sentient weapons go home at night. It's a nice good job for for for a jemison and so that's my big prediction for tonight's episode. We'll see if i was right. All right ladies and gentlemen i have. Oh gosh about. I'm completely outside of my head here because you know you know why. It's so hard to listen to these things sometimes. And that's because i don't have cardio headsets mars Damian would i wear headsets. But not quick audio headsets. And you're not even wearing headsets at all and the thing is is tweet audio headsets. Fantastic at it had sets and if you go to tweeted about communism coupon code southgate you'll get a discount on them so maybe you should go do that likewise sick that same coupon code over hunter killer dot com. Use that same coupon code there and get a escape from deliver to your house up. Show a sober cold case. It'll be fun it's crazy and you get a nice savings from this coupon code southgate men while none of that interests you over doesn't just you but you still want more because you know what is life except more and more and more we learned from the wonder woman so go down into our show. Click on the amazon link where they will give you more and more again cost you nothing. But they know that you're listening to our show when you clicked on it and that helps the show. We appreciate that while you're there check out the book that's the book written by the southgate media group crew here about podcasting about the life of a podcast or you just might enjoyed if like podcasts. Can get in the hard copy for when society falls as little hellfire would say and also digital download. What you know lesson to the power runs out. So that's good too. And if they do any of that. Epsilon living commander. How can people find you on social media. Do you have social media presence. I woke you could you could. You don't have to don't really post that much. You can subscribe to toxin enuma. thirteen Failed it's basically that's on youtube. Yes he does. He does play throughs and he also pose interesting videos. You might like toxin game thirteen. I think i think he he. He's going places. Mas manzoor we would like to reach out to you in touch you in a positive way. How can they do so they can email me. Mas manzoor gmail.com or find me on facebook under mas manzoor. That's m. o. z. m. a. n. z. Double-o are of course. You can always right to me. That old fashioned way to wear where moslem puzzle instead at superconductivity blog at jimoh dot com that superconductivity above all one word at gio telling me on twitter as i live tweet things when i feel like it possibly the new bad woman which i enjoy but i have to remember that. It's on sunday nights and duck tales. Who on monday nights at seven. If i ever remember when that signing they have new episodes coming back at truly esser dot c. h. a. r. Rely yes esi e. r. Looks to ease in the middle apology. Quality thank you muslim. Thank you. Up some eleven commander. Ladies and gentlemen you have listened to another clandestine broadcast describing the horrors that await all of mankind if not for the agents and sore tunic tune in next week until then nuff said..
"nuff" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"Know. There is a reason people are fine. Exactly exactly oh goodness goodness goodness another episode to be to be honest and i really. I form excited about the show. I really am really about the next episode. Unfortunately don't get into friday and is going to be a one episode drip drab going for man. Sometimes some time with your time with the ideas. But you know it's I just watched disenchanted the second. The third season which is like a half season ended like so mad the end zone. Such a cliffhanger. And it's really exciting if you're watching disenchanted you might enjoy but Yeah it's it's it's a great episode Any final thoughts. But i just asked you. You wanted to statue the final thoughts. Doane me that alga. I just gotta say a one thing that. Who's the beekeeper. Well that's so okay. So two things about the because first off these go back to those mephisto references talking about one of which is the bunny is named senor scratch. Scratch yours stretches. Yeah or mr scratch which is a student for the devil and so is possibly an official reference. Are there any beekeeper. Be referenced system official at all well actually beekeepers reference course to gain who always called the beekeepers because they wear the beekeeper. Hazmat suits actually the real thing is. We're suming their bees in that flies. The lord of the flies up Yeah so that's the baby this this maybe it is named scientists but as travelling into this realm. He has to go through a place that is filled with flying insects. And that is the idea. What do you want to say. Chesting swarm funds facts. Warm actually wasn't nazi scientists would have around with johann schmidt and hydro back in the day so it is entirely possible we may get us warm referenced before it's all said and done he's a nazi skeleton ghosts who possesses bs and he's he's basically he's made of b.'s. Skill you'll only have. They said that maybe that was in that. Might be an ultimate universe thing. Assist an alternate. They mechanical bs. So yeah anyway. Oh also gonna set that. We see the stark colors on the helicopter that keeps flying into their house The red in the goal it has the shield has soared logo but the color scheme is clearly stark. In fact you think might have even said stark on the side of it and of course again to remember stark industries as a company continues to exist despite the snap. you know. that's the thing pepper lived. Tony live tuba. Pepper of pepper was in charge of stark industries. Pepper may have said yeah. Let's go back to building bombs that it's good money and we'll just make sure we still our bombs to good people you know does that was always stark was trying to do is sell bombs to people that were wouldn't blew up defied off the next in line you know jeopardize od whatever. His name was young all the stains. Yeah it could be more stains coming or more. In that vein. You know people that just want. Oh yeah yeah well you know and justin hammer still out there right and you know of hammer is hammer. Tax has had a bad has had bad tr. The best fix your bad here is to buy a company that has good. Pr and then sell your products into that so we will see what happens and you know we may even doubts max eventually will swoop. We'll see what happens next anyway. Mas i hope you've enjoyed listening to the show. I hope you've enjoyed being part of this show. I'm sorry can you hear me. You know you don't do the show with headphones but you know people who are listening to this artists to on headphones often cheap dollar store headphones that they paid a dollar for dollar store but vaccinators. You can get high quality headphones at a fraction of retail cost by going to twigged audio dot com using the coupon code. Southgate check out and get a discount on those high quality headphones. Likewise you that same discount. Good again over. 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And in the meantime mas of anyone does all that or they want to talk to you about the apocalypse. How can they find. You can email me. Atma's or at gino dot com or find me on facebook undermine is manzoor it's m. o. w. m. a. n. z. w. o. r. And of course if you'd like to me in the old fashioned way where moslems to do so at superconductivity bog at dot com that superconductivity blah all one word at shimoda com on the twitter is live tweet a ducktail tales. Woo mondays at seven. And what well tomorrow. But we don't know when this will air. Mondays at seven season. And then if i can out it's going to be trickster i wanna start tweeting. Twig trickster and possibly the watch c. america. he's my these are my life goals for twenty twenty one start putting the wok which is cool. Live tweeting trickster. Which is cool and tweeting ducktail. A woohoo for you. My people when i can at had served at c. h. a. r. lie s. Are the the to ease in the middle quality. 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Pixar's Soul Reminds Us To Live
"Expanding and explore rings. And honestly i can't even describe what what hap- i mean okay so there's qualities of the film that that if you're a fan of certain genres you're going to pick up on immediately but the basic premise is a guy he's always wanted to be jazz musician. He gets his big break. What she has two things happened in the same day i he finally gets the offer to be a full time music teacher at his local junior high and then he also gets the opportunity to audition for a professional jazz quartet. 'cause new pinas And so he gets both of these gigs. The same day and of course immediately falls on a manhole cover. Yeah you know. I only watched it. Well the fact that it happened that he gets gig. That's maybe a shock to you but It happens early. I don't count as a sport but it happens early enough in the film. I don't think it's a spoiler. Can say i i kinda go glad that. He thought he dies early on. Well he doesn't exactly die and it's kind of a ghost stem situation of ever saw goes bad that classic. Some of the nineties with bill cosby after leonard part six his tour de triumphant. This was his sort of victory lap. Afterwards i was go sped. Yeah ever since the devil
"nuff" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"That with all the because if it does happen if they're in the nineteen that bicentennial year having guy show up, you know with a bulletproof Cape and you know. Star spangled outfit to punch people to be a superhero. That might be just the thing for him to become That was a character characteristic of I believe it was William Nuss land which you know sounds close enough to Sousa and. I'm going to allow it, but Yeah, so that's that's. That's a crazy fan. Through will find out about that You know what I thought was interesting like It made me think of people always say you know Jimi Hendrix died, too. Yonker cobaine died too young. They made all this great music and never had a chance to. Really fully realize their potential now we have that situation where we've got Jimi Hendrix alive but legendary. Agent Soza. And now he has to live up to all those expectations and easy just going to be. Another agent, or is he really that legendary? That's an interesting place for him to be in. Yeah, and it is an interesting question. Does he continue on with our with our core cast to do the rest of the season 'cause it's not a big commitment to do the rest of the season, but he can also likewise jump off at any time. You know, or and what would be interesting is. In the seventies if we go back and we see Peggy and she's got a ring on her finger 'cause we may get Peggy back at some point in all this, too, so there's lots of things there and you know. And who knows maybe we'll finally get betsy. Betty, Betty Ross and all of this which is. Always been my dream. Betty Ross was caps caps girls stateside. Before he went overseas in modern, marvel continuity so always always imagined that she's the. She was the lady that was sort of his handler while he was on tour in the MC you. That? You know. Everyone always assumes cap is so so straight laced, but you know. He was a kid who suddenly six foot six so. Yeah Yeah. But it is what it is okay as any last thoughts on tonight's episode of August I think we dug in pretty hard here. We can allot man a lot of ai last. We you know probably not as much about the show is. People might like, but if you like our thoughts on. What it means to be human well, I hope you enjoyed this, but I think that's the purpose of the show and shows like the the cause us to have these conversations. So in a way it's a proper honor to the shore. Proper on March to the writers were discussing. This one will be thinking about through these metaphors. I'm inclined to agree my friend I? Do Agree, and you know when you're thinking about metaphors, and you're thinking about life, and you want to listen to podcasts about metaphors and philosophy in life. There's no better way. Listen listen to those things then on tweaked audio headsets and we head since they've been A. Longtime sponsor of Southgate Media Group and we highly recommend you. Check out their amazing products. So that you can listen to the show as it was meant to be heard, and of course if you go down into those show notes. You were going to find a link to Amazon where you can. In fact I'm sure by tweet audio headsets. You can also buy pod life the book so if you were fascinated by people who talk about philosophy in thoughts in the reason for being this is a book. Book about that, but about podcasting. Why why do we podcast? Where do we podcast? How do we podcast and more importantly what we podcast and how does that interact with us and give us meaning as a human being so that's good and of nonetheless interest you at all or that? Interest you at all? As I said you can do that through the Amazon show notes Amazon Lincoln. Our show nights by those things. And anything else you want to, because that does help us out, but what are you doing that once you? Over the hunter killer learn about hunting killers and go hunter killer. Sponsor this show too? And if anyone does any of these things mass. How how can they raise you to tell you how great our advice was? They should check out. I live or tweet. TWEET! All these things. Compared to how? Well they can email me at Mars. Manzoor Djamil dot or find me on facebook. Undermine is Manzoor. That's Mo doubles. -I M. A.. N. Z. Double-o. To write to me in that old fashioned email where mas and pause wants, did do so at superconductivity blog at Djamil dot com. That's superconductivity glove all one word at gmail.com now of course follow me on the twitter's as I live tweet agents of shield Wednesday, night's. I stay up that late now. At Charlie Esser, that's the CIA. Really he has sea. Looks at the to ease in the middle quality Thank you. All Right Ladies and gentlemen that's been another episode. We have listened to the adventures of these men and supermen women in superwomen robots, super robots of travelling through time. But to protect you as the agents of shield. NUFF said. All right and WanNa go into a sin to air. Let's do it okay?.
Resistance And Loss In The Age Of COVID-19 With Edwidge Danticat
"So tweets you talked about how all of these protests that you're seeing. Have really brought up a lot of memories because you grew up in Brooklyn after you arrive there when you were twelve and. People forget that in the eighties and nineties, and I covered these stories New York. City was a very divided place. So you brought up the murder in one thousand, nine, hundred nine of Yusef Hawkins. He was a young black teenager who was killed by a mob of white teenagers in Benson Hers Brooklyn. He was literally just at the wrong place at the wrong time in the wrong neighborhood because he was black. There was also the nineteen eighty-four murder of eleanor bumpers a she was an elderly, disabled black woman who was shot and killed by police when they tried to victor from her own apartment. In the Bronx, there was also this terrible case in nineteen ninety-seven. This was the brutal assault of Abner Louima Haitian, American from Brooklyn. Who is sodomized by a police officer in a precinct in Brooklyn and I`Ma Diablo from Guinea shot at Nineteen Times in a hail of forty-one bullets in Nineteen, ninety nine. You were in Brooklyn. You were in New York City. We have lived through this before and. We thought we had made progress. Yes, actually. Week I've been thinking about it a lot and I have spoken about it to my three brothers I was twenty years old when Yusef Hawkins was murdered Yusef Hawkins. Was For me the first time that I started following very closely and part because he was the same age as one of my brothers and. Immigrant parents, not all but many. My grandparents harbor this illusion that if they're black. US borne or foreign born child is polite. Works hard in school does all the right thing that they might be able to. Escape. The brunt of American racism. But for my parents that case. Did something. My parents and myself for the first twelve years of my life I had grown up under booth dictatorship to develop dictatorship in Haiti so there's a kind of caution about authority, then about Filante is about mobs, and so you come with that with that fear already, but I remember after USA faulk inside I decided my brothers and I were going to the protests. There was a big marks. I think September one thousand, nine, hundred nine in downtown, Brooklyn, where they were attempting to cross the bridge to march to city hall, and I remember looking over at them during the march and thinking, would I be marching for them one big? So, of course that whole notion of the good, immigrant, being exempt from police violence, war-shattered by the police shooting of people like I'm a Dr Low. And then there was the atrocious abuse of Abner Louima so all of that. You know we marched lot. Even my parents, who were not very political people at all went to one of the protests at that time, so it was a very volatile and really urgent seeming time, so there are echoes of the protests then here but now. To see the whole range of different people in young people at this current protests is very encouraging. Was this. Really beautiful image that I saw the other day ever protest in New York of young Haitian and Dominican people marching side-by-side in the protests, and that was so heartening to see like all the coalitions that are built in think of this Maria. We've all been inside our homes for the most part right unless sir. Essential workers. We've been inside and the pandemic that we've been hearing about. That can kill us at his kill so many people I know, but if that couldn't keep people in, when cannot emphasize the urgency of Fatty. NUFF, that everybody who steps out on the street is saying that this is so important that I'm potentially risking my health to stand out on the street and protest. You brought up those recent images of the Haitian flag right next to the Dominican. And these protesters linking arms in a message that is saying you know black lives matter so, what are you thinking in terms of Latinas? Data Latina ex people and the conversation about anti blackness that runs deep in Latin America, and the Caribbean well. Thankfully, the young people are already having that conversation right, but I I would say to folks. My folks might people is that we are seeing and we have seen what entire blackness does from this very concrete moment? Of this man being suffocated on the ground to people being shot in their cars when they're pulled over people being shot in the back and the stories that we don't see, but here about if the. Sandra Bland woman who was found dead in a Texas jail sale three days after being arrested during a traffic stop, we saw at the beginning of the end of her life. It's Halo Louisville Police shot and killed twenty six year old Briana Taylor in her apartment. The women we hear less about we've seen what entire blackness does by
What is Braze and why does it have my personal info?
"Any of us are using payments APP like then no. I don't think we expect our transactions to be sent to some marketing company. We've never heard of which brings us to braise on the company website. Brace says it's pretty open about how it looks to take. Data from consumers braised tells companies it seeks to know the latest interactions with quote your brand along with data exclusive to their behaviors in interests unquote. Nuff said right. Well this is not the first time that braise has been caught napping personal information in January users of dating sites okay. Cupid and grinder found some of their sensitive personal information center. Braise in a blistering report by the Norwegian Consumer Council so then Mos- owned by pay pal. Is Pay pal twice. Wyatt shared my data with praise. And what it's planning to do with it. It declined to answer. I pose the same question. Braise on twitter braise also declined to respond just issuing me a statement full illegal lease that will tell you absolutely nothing. Braise quote takes the Security and privacy of its customers data very seriously and discloses in compliance with applicable privacy law how it processes data the company says. Except in. This case doesn't quote we give our customers total and absolute control over what data they share with. Braise unquote great. So delete my data. I begged them sorry. Clarification said the company customers data means their clients not mine. Oh well so what to do. Well as a noted over the weekend we really only have one recourse stop using apps like then Mo that work with firms like brace as their clients like Disney Kentucky Fried Chicken Burger King. Why they're using the firm and tell them you don't want your geographic locations and association shared with Third Parties. Like braise. Now that's customer
In Black America: Spencer Haywood
"Player and very like we had out here in Vegas gained all of the players on that team Blake Griffin. All of the young guys coming up and giving me hugs and kisses. And thank you me because you know in that situation just in terms of dollars from Lebron James. He's got an extra one hundred million dollars. Toby gotta one extra one hundred million dollars Lake Griffin got an extra fifty million dollars Kevin Durant who give me a big hug and kiss each got seventy five million dollars extra so the number one dollars and sense that give you an example of what it is because with with four years have yet to wait four years after your high school graduate. You wouldn't lose that kind of capital and you lose that plant on you will lose four entitled number. That will help them get into the hall. Laid on those numbers would be race. And you don't know what happened four years then in College Spencer Haywood Aba Nba Legend and hall of Famer. Hey will always be remembered that the person opened the door for underclassmen college basketball players to leave college early to enter the NBA thereby creating the Spencer Haywood Rule Haywood attended the University of Detroit and help the US Olympic team to a gold medal at the nineteen sixty eight summer games in Mexico City. Nineteen sixty eight. After two years in college he decided to enter the NBA draft citing family financial hardship the NBA however at the time for players entering the draft until four years. After the high school graduation. Hey would then sign with the ABA. Denver rockets play one season leading the league in scoring and rebounding as a rookie since he now had a professional season under his belt he decided to challenge the NBA rule. Once again and signed with the Seattle Supersonics in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine the NBA wasn't having it. Hey will the league all the way to the US or frame court and one on September eleven? Two Thousand Fifteen. He wasn't Tryin Naismith Basketball Hall of fame. I'm John Johansen Junior and welcome to another edition of and Black America on this week's program. Aba An NBA Legend and hall of Famer Semester. Haywood in Black America. Charles Barkley went out on a limb when this stuff was acting when they were acting crazy. And I'm they missed me like the last time of going into the hall of fame and I was like put on the backburner right house. Barclay stepped up and said on. Nuff is enough and did it publicly. He did it every way you said enough is enough now. This is not right and he stood up as a player and he started educating young players. Like do y'all know who is in our presence with Spencer Haywood Blah Blah. And he started talking about. You know there's like three cases that changed the face of force in one dispenser Haywood Heywood versus the NBA. I went to the Supreme Court and then play a young player. Started like Whoa wait a minute. I know him I see him but I never knew that until Charles was the one that should should should be there. And he's my what you call. My advocate advocate is Just to a good person. Just a wonderful person. Spencer Haywood won Olympic gold medal in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight at age nineteen and signed with the Seattle Supersonics two years later after dominating the ABA and a case that went to the US Supreme Court he sued the NBA or rule that prohibited players being draft until the league until they waited for years after graduating from high school. He won that case and nineteen eighty. He won a world championship with the Los Angeles Lakers as a twenty rookie in nineteen sixty nine. Seventy season he led the American Basketball Association both scoring and rebounding and was named the League's Most Valuable Player and rookie of the year. One on April twenty seven nineteen forty nine and silver city Mississippi into a family of Chen Children Hayward grew up in a dying era of American history. His mother picked cotton for two dollars a day and Heywood joined her in the field at the age of five hundred sixty four he moved to Chicago then to Detroit in the motor city. He leads pershing high school to the one thousand nine hundred sixty seven Michigan class. A State Basketball Championship. He went on to a stellar careers at Trinidad State Junior College and the University of Detroit in the summer of nineteen nine hundred sixty eight. He helped the United States to a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Mexico City on September. The eleventh. Two Thousand Fifteen. Hey what was inducted into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of fame? My first reaction was You know is this fact in. Is this true because I had had Three falls a long before that because most reporters and most people who look at numbers and they at by numbers as a player and that this guy was. Mvp of the ABA averaging thirty and twenty five years with the Seattle Supersonics average in twenty six and thirteen and Olympic record holder and all of these different categories and as still as leading score and also was the outstanding college player of the year. So they look at all these things and they just assume that everybody thought again. Then you know also I went to the Supreme Court to fight he would versus the NBA to pave the way for Lebron's Michael Jordan magic. All of them they come through what is called. I the NBA. They call it early entry and now. I think it should be called what it is to Spencer. Haywood because they have the Larry Bird rule and they have Oscar Robertson. Rule regrettably Oscar but I know they promote birds and Larry Bird's modified version of my role. Larry Bird came in on a dispenser. It will but anyway so for years we thought this would happen and then there was a couple of false alarms that it did happen. So I was kidding around with John Deliver with the The Chairman and CEO. The hall and he was mentioning. You know. Well I probably spend Kareem. Rise is always the top. Yeah I said well. What does that got to do with with Kareem abdul-jabbar? My my blonde jokes Right so so Yeah it was. It was delighted. Mandic to get the call and to finally get to call it. Finally get it in but you know my mother used to sing this whole Psalm Lord and may not come when you want and buddies right on time. And that's my Jackson right so you know if it had to happen any other time. I think it would have been not as powerful as it is today and It was right on time. And it's on God's time so I'm very grateful and very humble Vita journey understand so once. You heard that you were going to be inducted. Walk us through that period from the time that you got to call to the induction ceremony that took place last Friday. September the eleventh. What all the activities have you been involved with. Well I've been all over the country Speaking and people wanting to know this story because it's a unique story and it is basketball history but yeah you know it hasn't been told so It's a new newfound appreciation for Spencer. Haywood so players have been embracing me like only at USA basketball here. In Las Vegas Games all the players on that team Blake Griffin. All of the young guys coming up and giving me hugs and kisses and thanking me. Because you know that situation just in terms of dollars and cents per Lebron James. He's got an extra one hundred million dollars. Coby got a one extra one hundred million dollars but griffin got extra fifty million dollars Kevin Durant who give me a big hug. 'cause he's got seventy five million dollars extra so that's the numbers in dollars and sense that. I give you an example of what it is because with with four years. If you have to wait for years after your high school classic graduate you would lose that kind of capital and you'll lose that plan time loser scoring titles you'll lose numbers that will help them get into the hall. Later on those numbers would be raced. And you don't know what's going to happen in four years in college. You could get hurt. A lot of things could happen so they fully appreciating news. So it's a good feeling because of forty four years more to this to happen so it is It is right on time on God. Signed so and then I went to I've been doing a lot of golf. Tournaments or charitable events and also just playing a lot and I spend a Lotta time with my family. My daughters and in fact I gotTA leave Again next week my next two oldest daughters having our first grand and So I gotta go in go through the process with her and It is it is a spectacular time and I also sit back John and and think about the times we were sitting in your dad's barber shop. They all sunset and this and just Nevada in Detroit for people who don't know right in Detroit Michigan and John Fathers where we congregate And and and and do our conversation and get a nice. Yeah because he didn't allow us to walk around. I hair off falling away years and stuff. So that's right. Yeah you know that's right So we would sit there and listen and talk and just pass the ball sports but all so I've been reflecting on Detroit. I went over to my neighborhood yesterday. day before yesterday and spent some time over there. Thursday and looking around and just just hearing up. Because done you know the story you know. When I came up from Mississippi I had no place to say I had no family there and James and either bill took in and adopted me along with my coach. Will Robinson and then we had waned diet. Dr Wayne die of your your own zone by Diet. Right Do all of my academics bring me up to snuff there. Oh my God it was just A. It's just a lot of love was having an and I see in Detroit and it's always been that way you know. They've always reached out and help each
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"Yeah. I thought that was a little interesting to let's say perfectly giving the back is a way to i follow him or you know except that they're you know they're kind of zombie zombie. Oh yeah. I don't think i need to jump is always is a question yeah but <hes> they do <hes> you know. I'm trying to remember if he gets flint. Out of the conflict has the broken leg trying to get away and i want to say that he like has flint yeah. I think they get him back into the they don't but not before in the episode. That's the thing they get him back. As soon as they get back up there like well we'll patch him up and i i think <hes> <hes> what's her name is dead to or i think doesn't one of <hes> die in like don't lose anybody except for <hes> sergeant arizona because she says oh at the end when when gemma walks accent of futuristic look and she said oh we'll wait for a body temperature to get right and we'll bring it is <hes> the lady who went to the other side yeah yeah yeah may may may still you know she's better now 'cause she's back but she is still bleeding and you you know it's still not in their best state <hes> but then yes 'cause and to get to that end what you do have is we do get the big reveal in this when his basically you know figure in order to stop <hes> to stop the <hes> the in order to stop the foresight of the chronic towns trying to signs they have to blow up the base and they know that they have to sort of pull the pin together and then the the former <hes> the former <hes> uh anthropologist returned hunter who was working with enact shows up and then actually shoots the other hunters hunters as it turns out it was wearing some other. Somebody else's skin the whole time which i did love it. Just love the the same nieces i found the best i would've loved is to kill someone and he's finally found his way to have. You tried to kill him yet argument. He's finally finally human. I love that <hes>. I wonder if the if they're gonna give his old inox get back in the nicole they they have to be. It'll be a little weird having one when actor voice actor to the acting i right. We'll see what happens you know. <hes> it really is really any says you know we can save it but it will change the course of your destiny. It's all there's always something with you. That was great. I really always something with the poor two of them. They can never have a moment to enjoy each other. Well i am. I'm guessing they had at least one <hes> you know as as as we don't know how long that's that's the thing we don't know how long by the time simmons comes back at the end how long they had because they said they had time suggests that you know they you. You know kind of makes you wonder if they did that thing where it's like. All we do is just come back in time and give ourselves the technology and the other one of us will go into the future and has to do with mike. Oh my god all right yeah. That's a fair point. You're right yeah well. They do get. They probably have all kinds of time. Exactly now now it's it's so bill and ted chick remember come back with the tag machine dude things but <hes> yeah so so they do find those too okay so but before we get to that there's a lot of fighting a battle battle battle. You know you gotta pick nick savvy apocalypse storyline where we're kind of all trapped inside the zephyr and they're all trying to you know they're all trying to keep this. He's out and they have to get the plane working <hes> so they can fly out of there <hes> which cause yeah actually that's right because the main group through a yoyo and math and sky and i wanna say piper all wind up back at the upper d.c is running as aside i aside run and winds up in the in the quin jet and they figure that if he can take the quin jet to them then they can climb into the quincy up fuelling bay area so <hes> it is so that's one of your classic zombie haunted house you know zombie we should break in and zombies pulling off the thing so they can't actually fly the planes and that was a great cry and then we get in the big heresy in which is that you know. Yoyo gets infected by no i don't. I really <music> people's over by the bear there over by the bear i think anyway <hes> what's funny to me is she. Just got done saying. I don't have to run to be fast or i don't have to move fast for them to be slow and then like and the next breath <hes> bat come slanging her mouth so you know it's like all right well. You know it would just never know i think she got her arms. Cut off last season two. It's like yeah she can see sings slow and maybe react to them without going super fast but but that's also she asked to use her powers to do that and if she's taken off guard you know or if she just used her powers to beat fast she might not be able to switch gears. It's like that so bad so the shrike just perfect twenty national twenty and jumper dinner and then they get the whole thing about you know maybe once we kill her over in the way all of her little <hes> toast army will follow the just like the what do you hope they didn't they first excuse me just cut off the blow up the transmission joint and everything else just falls apart and that doesn't seem to be what happened. She winds up throwing up a bunch the strike which does not seem fun but of course you do get that whole you know. We can't kill you we with nobody. Nobody can do it. Nobody can been doing cutter open and get the strikeout <hes> or i mean like kill her. Before for the strike takes over that was the point. No there were has to tend to do like this and sort of. I guess we're left one. You know they want us to be glad that. Aren't you glad they didn't do it because it's waiting for the last moment and that once it's too late it's too late you know and it's it's like you know it's a hard thing because she's not she's not as yet you know right but she's about to explode load into that you know she would just become a trick all what she does for a second right and and so <hes> that yeah and that's where we find ourselves but <hes> yeah so they do wind up killing a coat when coming sarge when it killing is al and <hes> you know and then your coming in and like with the dying breath throwing the sort over to mac that was a really cool scene and then him finding a way to actually make it work because it does cut colson in half and you know surveys 'cause actually may steps out right into time out and then you know and then they're like you know and d._c.'s kind of blasting surge and he's like all the other skin is playing off the aster underneath then yeah then mac you know you'll you'll tosses is in the sword he cuts colson in half and then the you know the doorway closes yada yada yada and that is the end of that story and then of course yes and then simmons shows up and and gets back together they may in cold storage until they can censor up and you know everyone is the implication there to me was that they can bring her back to life or something like that because they seem to be collecting still pieces of the model no. It's i don't think so. I i thought maybe they were trying to tell us that they that they have these sorts of powers and that's sort of power that the future version of jemma it is currently playing with the future version of shield is currently has at their command and of course because they have done this whole you know you see. They've got this efforts that completely retrofitted in all all fancy. You've got a little walking lights that you walk up. The thing which i thought was so cool those are always on on with that thing but it was just very cool for them to have it there and yeah they get in and they explained. We ask what you know. The kind of times are gonna you know they see. Shield is the only thing that can stop them. They have furious black box and they're going to be <hes> you know. They're just gonna destroy everything. Next shield might have that might prove to be a threat to them and you know we've got to sort of protect these things and then what happens they they go they do the jump <hes> with the new hyped up jump drive and they wind up in new york city mhm but a very interesting new york because the tallest building in the city is the empire state bill and it's still being built. Yes yes yes <hes> which is which is very shocking which means that next season. We're going to be doing way before the cap <hes> or before the cap although they have said that <hes> asian carter <hes> <hes> won't be a part of the next this season so we're very i'm actually make her a series regular that they just sort of do time travel adventures with peggy carter. It's gonna be great and <hes> that would be a lot of fun. <hes> we'll have to see. We'll have to see what they do. <hes> and there's a lot of things that are going to happen. <hes> i know she makes the point 'cause you do she goes talk to fits briefly on radio and <hes> i think tasty says where's fitz and simmons says i don't know i can't know suggesting that part of this whole thing is they have to they protected the past future knowledge and so future and and to change you know whatever their own memories of of each other are because it's those memories that the chronic tom's are chasing. It's that that is giving them their second ability to predict what they're about to do so so they have to completely change their history so i i feel like they've been going back in time and changing when they met each other how they found love if they ever did at all and so who knows right so they like that's that's the way to protect them from the roadmap that has been given to the chronic. Tom's is to change their actual memories from what they were and not follow those plans because that's how they're predicting that so. That's why i mean it's like. They just got back together now. They can't even know each other you know but then they talk and i guess they are allowed to have limited communication purposes that we have to wait 'til next season to find out and they haven't given us the release date for season seven yet but it is coming and that is officially the last season but then again so was last season supposed to be the last season so you ooh. I get picked up by hulu. I'm sure good. I mean it's it's really at this point just a question for what my wants to do with if it wants to run the characters out in different directions. Do they want to keep telling an ongoing shield story or do they want the agency. That's you know nice and easy cameo yeah so let's get <hes> <hes> melinda man there. Let's get let's get leo fitz and simmons m._d._c. show up you know they really incorporating all these people into the universe and for what it's worth it was announced that marvel television is going to be producing a.
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"A world of euros as archie takes ages of hero's. Welcome back to enough said podcast. Ask me the its own agents of shield adventure time for you yes anyway <hes> so so we have to episodes because par season finale finale. They both ultimate episode. Take a drink and ultimate limit our code in one night back to back <hes> thrilling two parter made whole into one really long though that was that was awesome a first episode nine season six episode twelve <hes> with time running short the team has to go kotel to stop the end of everything i director this week is nina lopez corrado <hes> stanley <hes> of course jack kirby listen here for some reason gets their marvel created by by <hes> adjust weeden of course getting that that created by along with his <hes> little brother jed and his lovely wife <hes> morissette ten cherian. Oh there's jacker be they put him after morrison. <hes> ten children <hes> yeah well. You know just organizing it. I guess <hes> nora zuckerman and lilla zuckerman can work together on this and they both get that written by credits the a couple or two sisters but one of these are they are a readiness jamesy oliver and sherlock oliver our executive story editors double timing our hardest working man in show business george kitson our regular yeah a lot of double duty on this but <unk> rural george has not going to hire him high workman meant so yeah so let's start with the sign. <hes> we open up from last episode. We see <hes> that flint is there is a character from the future. He is an inhuman who essentially a geomancer okay so it seemed like <hes> mm-hmm and i watched the recap and maybe i missed this part <hes> but is he <hes> the director's son somehow or in the future or something or no. I don't think so in that sense that they were related or something. That's okay <hes> yeah well yeah. The only person that we know is related is of course now entirely palpable. He is in some way related to the director. It's hard to say <hes> but in this case what the real story is that he is brought from he's been here and what we don't really know because again it is this question mm-hmm is he that person brought from the past to the future because obviously that is a power or that's interesting facet. That is the power stones or is it a creation of visas person as sort of surge a to b colson just recreated from from the shadows of it question but i did not think of that when when i watched it that's really interesting because to me it wasn't really him in much the same way that when they had <hes> <hes> the doctors doctors husband come back and it wasn't really him but it was just like you know something created out of the memory of him or maybe you're right. It was pulled from the past like i mean that's an interesting but then if you think about that scene he said you know thanks to him like <hes>. I remember hearing you so as i see. Where are they real or not. I don't know like <unk>. I didn't see it that way before but that's really interesting and and for what it's worth the kind of question is meant to be there because of course also flint was there when they had when they originally created the pilots in the future so he is he was the one who actually recruited that the time the first so <hes> after it was destroyed he rebuilt it and brought them to the past which is of course how he could be built now around the energies that were held by the river tonia <hes> yes so it's it's it's very interesting and of course we have is is l. in this because of course you know she is very excited that they've brought the thing she needed to to which is one of these odd aspects of like you know like the one person who actually would allow her to fuller plan is the one that it created which arguably it is. They're being pulled from mac and yulia was memories ripe right but it's almost like she's supplanted the idea in their head like think about what's the one way to do it. You know and it's like the person will there is will dr towards wherever they've hidden the documents and you know yeah and it is sort of yes don't don't think of the purple elephant and yeah it was created from mcintyre's mind and she said you know i didn't she asked him. Is there anybody else that yeah exactly <hes> yeah so it is interesting and then of course she takes on you know she takes over the body. Would you suggest that it is actually you know that it is not just the concept because it was just a contract though she'd be able to take over its body like that or would he have the power to to control the things that he's able to unless you're able to directly clone him and if so is is that you know hospital but you know again. What are they calling him from. So <hes> i think the argument that he was pulled from here's this this survey argument you can make about it because there's even with the with the guys husband he could be brought from that time and then the because the the <hes> monoliths can create matter can repair whatever was broken meaning that he could be dead but then they brought him back and restored him yeah how long that search even though he's colson. That's colston's body actually has both hands. He doesn't have robot hand although earlier game save spoilers series with do robot in that so yeah we do see that you know and i'm trying to remember yeah. After after <hes> flint created of course he just collapses because the body was pushed too extreme too creepy creepy. These things not that is out cares you know she is. She's quite awful right. You know without a doubt. She is quite awful. <hes> and then after she's got her thing she goes out to call her army and she's creates more strikes or carls more drake's strikes and <hes> during that time we get to this moment of flint and <hes> <hes> mac reconnecting get out and then you know is they'll take over yoyo and shattered his his fibia <hes> <hes> which was nice that was it was a it was appropriate for bagai to do but meanwhile back at the base we see all of the <hes> you know they have their new new wrist wrist bands <hes> dick pulls out like six more of them and you know getting his getting grandpa to say wow. You really are wizard. The all imprint feeling so good about by themselves does that last the whole of the episodes now <hes> because as we do see later after the <hes> chronic come in and start shooting up the place in the next episode. I'm not sure okay. I gotta remember okay so i think they call ups. Come at the end of this episode. Maybe remember where they get the when when the jump drive gets to be doing quick jumping all over your guys oh no he says you know <hes> how did you make so many any of them so fast and he goes out of the secret to show you and he takes him into a secret lab that he's built in the last two weeks and it's filled with his interns creating technology and working on the jump drive and and that's what they do that they do that late. I don't really yeah okay so now. Remember so what occurs i <hes> because i they give the the devices to mac and daisy <hes> and i think was piper and that's what goes doesn't it on the first round. Is you know max <hes> mac piper and yeah mac piper and <hes> daisy head down to the jungles <hes> <hes> depends on me and of course melinda right they'll they'll fly down <hes> leo and dependent simmons stay back at the base <hes> you know <hes> with you know various red shirts of the of the <hes> along with <hes> d.c deacon the richards. That's an improvement <hes>. Yes <hes> and we see them. All yes okay so they take off. They fly to south america when they get there. They realize is infestation zombies. They also showed oh oh they go down with search to that's conservative with them. They have they've melted down the <hes> daggers into you fragmenting bullets so yes so the shoot and then it'll just spread out throughout the body and one of the one of the things we'll hit. The shrike is the <hes> <hes> don't know if that's the best idea but it's the idea they came up with and then they take of course the magic sword as well <hes> and and always had it yes well. I came with it. I guess so i mean as as we see i sell elsa later. You know that's not supposed to be here <hes> interesting right the thing that can kill them. It's not supposed to be in this universe together. Neither are the medalists apparently so it's like there's something something happened across space and time and i think that's that's what we're dealing with. Here is a lot of stuff that happened across base. You know these noah's l. Let's get sent to the ancient past of earth <hes> even though they're actually caused by a recent phenomenon in the future you know it's it's kind of it's kind of like you know. It's kind of like that starts. The thing that happens in the futures you know loops backwards and affects the pats as we as we saw from endgame timetables the new big thing <hes> and so they go down there they start fighting the <hes> the strike zombies you know basic in sergeant saying they're already dead. You know it says that they had to die where they're already dead and they do fight their way into the temple where they do come in contact with is out <hes> <hes> and she's trying to convince sarge that you know she's been her ally and that their their love and audience yada yada and dan in this whole thing basically turns search does become the bad guy and they even know i mean it's they dance all over because like it's like not like they make you think it's one way they sort sort of make the consequences of his actions. Make it essential that he had meant that and then they go around and he's still bag. I it's it's weird. I did that bother you the much well. No i think there may be is an argument to be made that you know that somewhere in him deeply he was consciously made them make the wrong choice of what to do with wink's body to be so in the fray of the fight. He got a little bit of control and toes and then send it. There's a little bit of cost and that was it. That's interesting by the way you can look at it but i think the straightforward aspect of is just that no he he stabbed me when when he stabbed <hes> melinda when he's may and threw in there i think it was just meant to sav- stanford killer and throw it in in their thinking that that's going to be the signs. They're gonna open the zombie apocalypse again. The like the worst case scenario is that she gets you know captured. I you now that that it's like. I don't think that he really saw that is being what it was going to be. Although it did wind up being that because then melinda because she has the sword that can kill these things with her three stone guardians so it was it was interesting.
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"Yeah which is why Steve Ryan Old. Steve Rogers is actually alternate timeline no matter what the right who say they they didn't bother to read the show Bible is not there from problem job at the show by knows it causes an alternate it just an ultimate universe then second you go back in time. It's talk show. It's almost like what Robert Anton Wilson used to talk about. Everybody has their own reality tunnel. You know they perceive reality in the universe in their own unique way everybody does so. It's like you have your own time line. You have your own world well. Yeah I mean it's the it is in its own way. The close loop is closed loop of birth to death that ensure time line you know and it it doesn't matter we're in space time you go you have your own individual chronology yeah and your own version of it almost exactly so you know maybe snap APP didn't fix everything for anybody but for iron man you know or I mean the reality is is that forever universe in which Steno snaps is that there's fourteen million other ones that he didn't snap because again when backstreet drinks I look at four hundred million possibilities and only one. Do we win well. It's fourteen million out of an infinite number which means it's basically ten. You looked at ten out of infinity or fourteen million infinity. That's still not very many wall right and the other thing is he said he snapped everything in the universe not the multi-diverse so maybe he only snapped away half the population of this universe in the one university was in then he took one action and actually located here is that other this didn't always be true about and fifty stones now it is came that can be stones only work in their own universe which actually means that the suit brought to the future shouldn't have work but I guess because they share a common time line. They actually could work but you know there's a lot of there's a lot of questions that you get here when you get into the which is probably the agents are ignoring all that because they never pay grade man. That's that's a venue we're we're doing. We're the shield around the earth. We're we're the people that actually freaking wanted to put ozone's church. Yeah almost like coming full circle with the way comics work and there's all these alternative you know retailing's and Blah Blah Blah and that's and they're all valid and they're all fun. You know well of course because it's fiction all fiction is that you know all it's fiction should never make you feel bad or sad. I mean should make you feel sad should get you your blood's boiling but you know it's just fiction you know and it'd be mad about somebody. Else's is fiction. You know it's team gets mad about teen titans going. I'm like you know it's just teen titans. Go let its own thing you know doesn't erase past you know exactly it doesn't erase the past asked nothing erases the past the past the pass something new and other. It's good rinse bad but you know it's like you know no one. Is You know you can't say oh man as a dish edition of Dungeons and dragons so much better the ninth of tissue then pay the eighth edition. You know it's like it's a pretty straightforward. You know way to work but anyway that's one theory okay but that is episode. <hes> is now sort of Bosnia around the agents and I think he's GonNa get his <hes>. Come up before the end of it. <hes> interestingly enough we had two characters Bruce who theoretically are in this episode aren't in this episode one is that the fourth member of surges crew gets. Nothing in this doctor are Dr isn't in this episode either which I thought was interesting. That's yeah so both of them because again the doctor had been a guy who would have said you know if they're moving towards each other. We probably don't WanNa put it in the same place yeah yeah again. Maybe play got that day off that he's been looking for who knows who knows multiple anyway so <hes> Mas that is tonight's episode <hes> and if people would like to reach out to you and discuss the agents the the shreiks the chronic John's or at all the fun that you can have on awesome oh they can email me Mas Manzoor at Jima Dot com or find me on facebook under Mas Manzoor. That's M. O.. w. p. m. a. n.. Z. Double O. R. and I and of course you can always right to me in that old fashioned you my way the way our mothers and fathers did at superconductivity blog at gmail.com that superconductivity plug all one word ask gmail.com email dot com and of course follow me on twitter. They live agents of shield when I'm not recording another podcast or something else I might WanNa Watch I can beggar which is currently waiting for next season or the or real which will come. They come back I'm sure..
"nuff" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"We'll just let random bullets flying around Staten Island you know more and <hes> but then I think you just get professional game wardens to go in and just you know kill the deer. We you know we have National Park game wardens whose job that is or you know round them up and take them to another part of the country that might be suitable and could use a population of deer that people could hunt deers are like rats to be honest with you. There's like nobody wants you extra dear. They are cute fuzzy. They're like squirrels cute fuzzy rats and thinks gigantic and yeah you know and they carry diseases yeah G._R.. Case it's like they are. They are cute. Fuzzy gigantic rats and you know it's you know there's this new <hes> new phone coming out of the next Pixar film and sex set in like mystical world but it's a medical world that like like you know basically five hundred years after the habit now you know all the elves and the trolls in the GNOMES had like ipads and you just see like the Unicorns just wandering into the city <unk> the garbage because you know just unicorns with Horn on their Eddie and of course gonNA eat. You're driving so that's funny. It's what it looks good. It looks good. Pixar theory is rapidly unraveling. Although I have a theory that might save the Pixar theory but you have to route the Pixar we'll get we discussed that <hes> last night on <hes> superconductivity look it up scrutton anyway getting back to the story. We're actually talking about the show Oh we have the parallel story of Emma and Fitz and Iraq back on kids and I love the fact that Gemma is just so disappointed to not be I'm profit awesome and memories of the same place and pretty much congruent timelines who they were there at the same time are so different she had to is pure bliss and she says why did what. What happened to them? Vapor trails talking you know. She realizes that she was half the time or not. I I'm not quite sure of that. It's an interesting question but <hes> Tom Yeah definitely and of course we started that in the first thing when she went her and <hes> daisy around the puffs and they go in and they just glowing light and then actually cut to the reality of just like it's just the translating into all it was a beautiful show but <hes> are poor <hes> so they get their. We'll get you are poor guy in the park. I am so lost him. You rapidly becoming my favorite character yeah. We visited him a couple times that I was happy to see him every single time awesome great well of course you know who knows his species might be able to grow that back you know he seems rather nine plus about the whole event so you know I was watching <hes> Krypton recently. Apparently that's something Lobo can do. Lobos found yeah logo was encrypt on now now. It's very watching it the episode three of the second season so yeah I crept into fund. Show people should watch. I don't know if anyone is currently watching it like as he podcast on on our networks here but yeah it's a good show. It's a good show but yeah so anyway so they realized that okay. We've come back to kissing Oh and also by the way we're wanted this planet we just lost our means of aggress which puts us in a precarious carry a situation and they're waiting for the guard to leave so they can leave the casino but of course this is the guard leaves they go to walk out and then all the other guards show you know because as you do and I love how how polite they are like oh Mister Hinson will be so happy that you return it is it is just the light bulb. It is just delightful. Those are the sort of luxuries you have. When you know you have someone now I can be eloquent going to poetic and posture little bit? You know just such a trip of casinos how polite the thugs are in casinos casinos right watch. You know you getting robbed you know and not for nothing. They also don't WanNa causes seen obviously because you know what else is in the same place and if he really started acting a fall in there then you know people might not want to come back to the casino right and they might recognize the enterprise for for what it is a way to take your money rather than a way for you to have fun. You know it's like Oh. These are bad guys. You know it's not just you know I do know I don't I do know oh but they do go and we do <hes> Mr King who kind of reminds me of like biff from back to the future and his way to it's like my grandfather came here with only one brosseau nephew gaming machines <music> and twenty slaves by the sweater there. We built this their bare hands. I love that line. That was so fun not for nothing. That's this is this universal. At least I at least he. He didn't say we built it with our bare hands or he said he came in with twenty slaves and built this with their bare hands. It's well honest because he's not a shame exactly yeah good money any for those slaves and they did the work and you should honor the work of those good hardworking slaves at you know later repurpose to be drink Kennedy's and throttle attendance you know Oh oh I'll guess yes you'll see comecon okay. We'll talk about that later. Phil just mentioned that <hes> Oh won't be there for August. If we have jobs intense I would still for us to get back to go down for steel city kind of August rather wait till September any. Let's not talk about that. That's personal aw sorry Oh goodness me. I'm so sorry guys <hes> back to the story <hes> they captured and I did find it kind of interesting their method execution <hes> <hes> <hes> which is this idea that you know you have to hold the getting laid made of the densest metal inlet galaxy which is a cool thing that you have their <hes> you know <hes> and then they just sent enacted the battles because there's no there's no pleasure in killing automaton right. What's the point killing him? Vote is apparently you know they couldn't very theoretically gotten got mad at you know how oh he I mean lift its Simmons at all. They do is hold the later you know right right. Although it wasn't really up to them you know he had the button he could have chose to no matter I mean they would have been fine until he decided to you know that's true to cause the games are all dribbed but <hes> right but then again it does just come down to you know it's nothing personal is literally just business and yeah pays off then he's like okay. Let Them Go. That's great. You know <hes> you know 'cause why should why should he be upset. It's like you know it can it. It makes a great to see anyone can be aware here at Kitson's casino. You know no it is it burns and it's contagious but that's what we love about kissing and you know also interestingly enough in that is that that women we do see at the beginning of the episode again talking to our favorite bar patriots <hes> kind of remember. I remember that might be Wayne. That was click that might be him <hes> yeah I think I think he's wing so <hes> <hes> he he's a fun character and ten actually reminds me a lot of time Savini from <hes> from Desta. Oh character yeah yeah yeah. The Denim uh-huh clad whipped swinging vampire killer in well. I don't know in in the I still done. He actually had the he had the shotgun on the revolver piece right but he also had a whip. You might have <hes> but I just love anything what time to being reminded me at times too. It's not the obviously but it was he was B._S.. In the same made that I guess Rob Zombie is Tom. Savini asked if it was just a lot of fun and then <hes> do but like I said he is so nonplus by being put into Git he which way I think we might see him again because it is just like you know house always wins you know yeah he's like he's with the girl with our with our eventual savior. Of Your right you know might even be a plant that you know that he works there. That's why he's always there and one of the crowd and he can grow his head back so every time they put him in here yeah and they put you know <hes> if they need to. They chop as head off. You can just grow back that I like that story. We'll see if that's what they eventually decided yeah but we <hes> we do get them. They're going to go back to earth now because their friend wants to go back to Earth. That's why she that's why she was very excited to see terrence <hes> and I think we if you see the A teaser finish episode. No I did not also spoilers for next week's episode. Apparently she is actually going to get she wants to find the model and they say one space and time and then she doesn't say the third one so don't just yeah well. It's very interesting. You know it's GonNa be interesting to see how this all plays out <hes> enact going back to his people to try and help them but again it's like why don't you just have that's the thing is that we need to go back to you know our plans like what if she's come to Earth Earth. It's a big planet. You know you know heck. Yeah people only debris the why don't you just went on our moon. We have nice can big little city and if they don't need to breathe the not really that bothered by radiation. Maybe they can take on the mantle of reforming Mars. We got nine frigging planets here. You know pick one but no no never wants to. Just you know have have that easy solution man. That's why she wants to go back in time because she knows pan travel apparently exists from enact reports and wants them to tell them so they can go back and fix the problem but of course as we know from D.C. If you go back and fix the problem all you do an alternate timeline.
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The KonMari craze
"This is a message to all the accountants out there. If you are worried that a robot is going to take your job become a certified management accountant, you see we are only programmed to mine data and crunch numbers. You'll have control over the strategy and the decision making so become a CNA and robots like me will help you not hurt you unless we short-circuit then all bets are off the certification. You've gotta earn it. Visit certification dot org for details. Hello from the newsroom of the financial times. In london. I'm Josh noble. Marie condo is the Japanese. Tidy and grew with the blunt black fringe and a vast wardrobe of white card agains, she claims to love mess. But of course, the sensation among Netflix subscribers with a new series on decluttering. So what exactly is the Kameri method? And does it really spark joy Horatio Harris discusses the phenomenon with F columnist. Joe ellison. I've gone don't restore. Does getting your. Big above. Joe? Okay. So we've just heard a clip from the trailer overseeing Marie condos being on the scene for a while cleaning up in every sense since her book was published into an eleven you've been watching the Netflix show. What do you think of it? Well, I was definitely a condo. Virgin until the Netflix documentary. Although I've sort of heard about her through other people in via other people who have testified to her life changing magic. I haven't seen it myself. And I think it's quite interesting as a TV phenomenon because oversee Conde herself is this kind of incredible personality and the orthodoxies of her cleaning methods are also quite extreme. So this weird combination of this L flake person who walks into people's lives and transforms them, plus her kind of extraordinary folding techniques. They're just very fascinating for starting you for the cross you should try to Paul them. So the to stand upright on their on these. Now, I do the most freight how to four and then I found myself literally looked into wanting to try out her technique. So obviously, then I'm box on of ever perjure the weekend, which I found really quiz. That's fine. I found the program with Li boring. It's to suit of couples being quite touchy with each other. But as ching it I found myself with handfuls of sock. Suddenly, and was just sorting stuff out oversee for those who don't know the principal, fundamental logic of her cleaning is that any object that you own or have in your house should spark joy in the beholder. So her whole principle is about holding an all jet touching objects deciding whether it's spokes joy in you. And then you are the Chuck into a trash can or you keep and cherish it forevermore. So I think that's the thing that I mean, it's actually quite boring watching people touching sort of hundreds of thousands of object. Within the house. And also does that argument that cleaning is agenda specific thing to be doing? So is produced quite low of controversy. I think about how we live our lives. So of that social history angle has been quite an interesting thing to follow because you will call them. Go some responses that seem quite gendered. Brought up questions of the household division of labor did a prompt those conversations in your household. I think yes, I mean, I'm quite smug in that I fail as they as a couple were quite toity quite a tidy couple. But I think we definitely have gender specified cleaning duties, I'm very much of the Theresa May school of Baluch should do the bins because is a man's job. And I also found my husband cleaned out the seller whilst I tackled the wardrobe. So I think we I mean, it is it's sort of like the home of some slightly uncomfortable trades and the truth is I have an awful of clothes, which I like to argue is part of my job requirement as a fashion it you have to. I think that has led some friction the past what some person wants to cherish, and what the other partner doesn't think his worthy of cherishing is oversee quite contentious in every household, and I think the program constantly highlights. The bloke has a massive collection of baseball cards. The wife has a huge collection of Christmas decorations and. One person doesn't rate the others. So it's all about the value of objects. But also, I think the show has exposed the incredible hoarding acquisitive culture that we are and the sort of ease at which we can just look things out, which is I think possibly has been most alarming about it is like western culture is disgustingly acquisitive thing. And of course, in your case, you clean, your jeans drew posted a photo on Instagram got lots of acclaim for doing. So we've got a lot of response. I think the thing is that D cutter and cleaning does sort of engage people everyone's got their own methodology. Everyone's got their and thoughts about this little skein of conversation that you don't really understand until you start. And then suddenly everyone's going opinion. And everyone's quite ferocious about it. Now, how many gene should a person own? What we should you do it should you stock should he fold should you? And I think part of that interest is also because we're in a very peculiar. Time now with the so little clarity on anything, politically or economically. And you know, you've got America, and I'm not trying to make too broad a political analogy, but you've got real problems in the US with the government shutdown. We've got this weird horrible specter of Brexit where no one knows what's happening and a d think there's a sort of keep calm and carry on motivation and just giving three sub jewel renite going through Smalls in working out. What you need to keep them. What you don't need to it sort of gives you a some sense of older in your life. That might be missing in the broader picture, I think who've Theresa May and husbands still taking out the been. So at least one thing is going to plan. It's very army years ago. I can't remember which general it was, but he did a Harvard address. So he did one of those big graduate addresses and his first point of order to all the graduates who will coming out of the Marine Corps was make your bed the point being that by doing that you've accomplished your first task for the day. And I think that's very much. You know, it's about the. Order of life. And I think tidy people do tend to be more productive Chavez Lee Darrow. I say. And obviously a big part of the con- Mary method is this folding aspects. Are you going to reorganize all of your stuff? Or was that one drawer is that Nuff you I like thinking about objects in terms of whether or not they actually met you happy. And are they worth keeping what I find a bit more worrying as what on earth happened to the stuff that doesn't make happy? I want to make sure that it ends up somewhere that isn't a landfill. Ideally, my eighty four percent of all craving does increase any more of kitchen appliances and bits of plastic tap that we've accumulated I sometimes feel beholden to kind of hold onto it because I don't know where else is going to go. And I felt as their environmental cost is going to be too great. If just shocking in the bin. But I guess that license was slightly given to us by Conde who's very much like fill up the trash cans and get rid of it all and I know you express some worry about the ecological consequences throwing out CNN did a report on thrift stores in the US only being just since the show came out. I think. On New Year's day. They've been inundated with stuff, a huge, spike. I think in requests for recycling bags and requests into various different charities about. Whether they take all this old stuff, whether or not there's any staff, and if these operations to actually process the stuff remains to be seen amid the Cabeza over sooner may of cramp coming to chart shops all over Britain, and the US which is slightly worry about also whether there's actually the infrastructure to handle it. But I think the whole thing's giving us an opportunity to think about what we have the way we treat. What we have what we should be repairing what we should be looking after and how we should be cherishing. It one thing that people seem to have criticized her for is take on books that seems to have really stood up lot of ill will because she personally keeps only thirty books in her home. She kind of in an hour is not you get a you read it, and then you move on a total heresy. Nightclub one one out strategy. The lot of people seem to find really appalling. Do you have any quibbles with her philosophy? I think isn't it. The point though that you keep what gives you the joy. So I suppose if you are made joyful by your three thousand book stock of ancient manuscripts that you look at and feel great about then you should keep them. And I've certainly got quite a lot of books at home. But I do think having a little bit. So on your shelf is sort of form of intellectual snob. Raise just as flashy. I think of the time there's owning an antique painting or a chair. Yeah. Oversee Marie Connell. Isn't the first person that we've come across who's urged us to clean up stuff? I was desperate to mention Kim and Aggie a British TV show where they went and with Mira goals and bleach, and essentially sort of swings of clean, the, original queens clean. But these things seem to have come in phase. Faces. Do you think that the condo converts will will we stick with this process? Will she's been going since two thousand eleven or at least probably before that. I mean, that's when her first book came out, and obviously it's loosely based on what seems to be some sort of spiritual mantras. Well, it's not merely getting the bleach out or just hiding according to upset and method. So I think it's very in keeping with this new atmosphere and drive towards the wellness Konami where everything you must do must be spiritually enriching. And it's not just about getting your garage looking gray. It's about will say Philly wonderful about it. And then but Lessing that space and having gratitude for it. But I mean, if we even back to say, MRs Beeton, it was household management. I mean, she was offering people kind of mandate for how to run their households. Efficieny I hope that in several tens of decades since that hasn't become a woman's duty anymore. It's a bit more split. But I still think running a family home as a massive problem for a lot of people. And I think anyone is prepared to give a really really strict guidelines is always going to be quite successful. But I'm sure we'll shift into some new epoch of cleaning and the inst- come.
"nuff" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show
"I'm worried about not taking a Nuff and Tim show that was the funniest thing ever. But it's the truth. Right. Like, the other thing we didn't talk about is the most obvious side effect of rapamycin is all sorts in amount source. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, they're they're unmistakable. How bad are those by the way, they can earn knowing canker sore comeback super annoying cankers? Yeah. And in the manic study, they seemed to be not much worse when you took five milligrams once a week versus one milligram every day. But at twenty milligrams once a week versus five milligrams once a week, you got no benefit you got no immune benefit, but you had more side effects. So the. Manic paper suggested to me that through no benefit in taking twenty milligrams. Once a week, you're better off at probably five Matt cable Lynn who I've had on the podcast as well has done to me by far the most interesting work in models closest to us, which is companion docs. And there if you extrapolate from the doses that they're giving the dogs. It seems that you know, I don't know for someone your size or mice is it's it's sort of in the Ford is six maybe eight milligram dose range, the frequencies a bit of a tougher question in Matt's experiments their dosing it. I believe every other day every third day. We see you clearly need to do this in a pulse, tile fashion. I I shouldn't say Marley. Well, because you don't want to trigger the inhibition of 'em torque to and what happens is if you constituent of Lee give meaning if you everyday give rapamycin you don't allow tore to be recirculated and therefore in within. A couple of days of doing that maybe even within two days of consecutive dosing, you start to inhibit the creation of 'em torch too complex to and I think we have a pretty good handle that that's not what it. That's not a good thing. Yeah. So I mean, why not just do it every other week into say, okay? I'm not going to get the dosing too close together. Well, then met that might not be enough that gets back to the the Attiyah ISM that Farris likes which is. I don't wanna do too little of it either. You know, like I want to know a right though. So I don't know if you if you asked me to guess what the right doses. I would say it's five to seven milligrams or four to six milligrams. Probably every four to seven days is probably the right dose, but you know, shy of having. I think an insight into the call it the signature of tough Aji mytalk Fiji. Maybe even other things that are more, interesting inflammation. We've talked about certainly, but maybe things like, you know, progenitor cell function senescence cell function. You know when I inner..
"nuff" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast
"Not not just that. But everybody because something terrible happened. And I think it's just intuitive just just being him obeying Rayleigh fad not being the one thing. I wanted to as being a hurry to grab it grab images in because then you also feel pressurized to to do things to get those pictures, you need time in to to do it promptly in the right way. When you look at all your images, and the way you put them all together. It really does tell that that story about about time and taking the time, but I'm curious about the role that photo shelter. Played because being able to capture images is one thing being able to present them in a way that people can look at them. And and see the work that's gone into it as an other side of the story and the presentation part of your work. What are some of the things you've found in in terms of your relationship with photo shelter? 'cause I love that. I love the way your images your home page, just hits so hard on quality, and passion and people. And it's I love the way it's all laid out. It's so clean. Great. Well, that's great to hear. I'm glad you like I. Yeah. I think the different templates furnish helter, all or are helpful and you can you can edit it on the go. And if you decide you can update it change, the template. So it's in a. You can do it on our plate by the time. You land is change. So it's it's very tall from that point of you could just you know, you could completely media page if if you if working on a new project, all whatever suits suits, you on the kind of photography, you do whether you're spoils starring for travel stove poetry it as a template in that feed to to present ilar. I think the it's also great way of of storing new having another backup via work, and if you have a client who who season image on there. It's it's right there. So you you could just send them a link, and boom that downloaded it, and you can make the hell that way. So that's they're all they're all bright features. One of the things I always like to ask at least most of the time on this podcast is when you first set up your website with photo shelter. How long did it take you? 'cause I think a lot of photographers think it's this big scary process to build a website because we're not website designers. But for you, I guess how long was that process? When you first set it up not long at all it was it was a different. I mean, I've been quite a long time with the shelves. So the earlier websites were a dozen different. And I'm not not particularly it's. Pre flash I suppose, it was, you know, there was just a few different time is come a long way since that that, you know, the structure the way what size work has changed much much more options. But initially it didn't doesn't tight long. It's not it doesn't take long. Now. I that you can literally just choose your ten plants dot uploading. A couldn't be more straightforward. You just start off with one gallery an end just keep outing the galleries end in to find the right home pays now. That represents you feel represent you'll work in some because I think a lot of people are very busy. They look at your website to they wanna know immediately. What what you're about said in one page in. Sometimes I people don't even click. So if you can say it on your home page, eight Nuff in send enough of a message for the people to that's what this guy does. I think that's a good thing in any. You can start digging deep skip, do, you know, the average your member of how long people spend on a website before they click away. Or how long have captured their attention? I've heard are tension spans are shorter than goldfish literally. That's not it's at. I don't know what the number is. But it, but it's very short with some also. Yeah, they're also some amazing consumer numbers that if I go back to my early polaroid days years and years and years ago you had to hit a consumer two and a half times for them to remember your product. Or who you were and today that number is you have to hit them dozens of times because of so much noise in our life..
"nuff" Discussed on RobinLynne
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