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HomePod Mini Begins Arriving to Customers

Talking Tech

04:39 min | Last week

HomePod Mini Begins Arriving to Customers

"Of sen pro online when you visit. Pb dot com slash talking so the last big new tech product of the year is set for release this league. It's called the apple podcast meany. It doesn't sound as good as the new google nest speaker or even the fourth generation amazon echo. But you know what it doesn't matter because the speaker is small it's cute it's inexpensive and it's way more useful way more useful than the google nest. Let me tell you about it. I'm jefferson graham. You're listening to talking tech. So here's what you need to know. The mini is way smaller in size than both the new echo and google nest audio and while it doesn't sound as great as either them. It is way smaller after all again. People aren't gonna care how about adding a new homepod mini with that new iphone. What do you say so this is a really useful speaker for anyone living in the apple ecosystem and it makes the siri personal assistant way more competitive with alexa and the google assistant most importantly you don't have to worry about apple's speaker. Spying on you as apple has different privacy policy than google and amazon. The company is not in the business of selling personalized ads. So it's less likely to be recording you in storing the audio on its servers which is something that as you know. Google and amazon both do apple. I entered the smart speaker market in two thousand eighteen with the original homepod. It was priced at a hefty. Three hundred forty nine dollars which meant that. Most people ignored it. It sounded great but nobody cared because it did very little. And it was dwarfed by sales of the echo and what was called the google home now called nest audio with like under a one percent market share but three things that you can do with the new homepod mini that. I think you'll really like number one dictate text messages to send a contacts now. Both amazon speakers and google speakers can't do that. Can you believe it. If you lose your iphone which is not an uncommon problem. The homepod will send a tone to the phone. That won't stop until you find it. The best feature of the mall ditch the tv soundbar by two homepod. Minis connect them to your tb via the apple. Tv streaming box for tv sounded great for music as a replacement to the other speakers. Not discreet but as a tv speaker cliff not be happier. Apples advantage. Is that through apple. Tv you get access to a wider array of streaming services than with amazon amazon. Doesn't offer hbo max. Amazon doesn't peacock and because tv sound is so tinian nature having the audio by the side of the bed to listen instead of having the sound. Come from the other side of the room from the soundbar. Tease or tv speaker is a really nice home theater. Like addition and it's a no brainer. I listened to snakes. Hiss in the old raiders of the lost ark movie. That frankly just wouldn't hurt if it was going through those little speakers now caveats many of the mini music features touted on. Apple's website will require a ten dollar monthly subscription apple music. So asking siri to play drake playlist or great songs from the nineties. Won't get you very far unless you do. Subscribe beyond apple music. The mini plays music from pandora iheartradio in tune in radio missing spotify youtube music amazon music in many others. So which one to buy the homepod the echo or the nest it depends on which ecosystem you feel. Comfortable in the nest to myers is the best sounding of the three. But as good as that is. Do you wanna google device in your home listening to and recording your conversations. Now google amazon says it only does this when it. Here's the wake word but any conversation. That casually mentioned google or alexa can be recorded stored in mind. If you don't subscribe to apple music you're going to be comfortable with the smart speaker. That's optimized for that service. Are you willing to switch them. Spotify are you in amazon home. Like i am with amazon fire. Tv streaming perhaps a fire tv edition television where everything is about that a word in that case. You'd probably want the new

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Supreme Court wary of letting states regulate prescription drug   'middlemen'

C-SPAN Programming

02:34 min | Last month

Supreme Court wary of letting states regulate prescription drug 'middlemen'

"The Supreme Court began its 2020 term this week today, a case involving prescription drug prices. The issue is whether federal law prevents states from regulating middlemen known as pharmacy benefit management managers or PM's. Here's a minute of the oral argument. This is the Chief Justice John Roberts, questioning the Arkansas solicitor General Nicholas Brownie. Counsel. Your basic point, it seems to me is that the law regulates drug prices. That's certainly the purpose of it. But what it doesn't say anything about drug prices instead. It talks about what plans have to pay for benefits, the methodology of determining the amount to be paid the timing and procedures for updating payment schedules. The dispute resolution process is remedies. It has things like authorizing, declining to dispense. I mean, at the end of the day, all this might have an impact on drug prices. But it seems to me that it's very different on DH. Those differences really do Goto what Risa is Trying to regulate Your Honor, I I think at the end of the day, the one thing that affects plans and in fact, the only way in which that Arlo actually affects plans, it might alter what plans ultimately paid. Our law does not apply directly to plans are laws directed at PB EMS. On DH. What pm's pay pharmacies. So in that sense, the only effect on a plan or the only effective plan might see might be the possibility that at the end of the day, it might pay a little bit more. But that's the same thing that was true in travelers and travelers when New York regulated what commercial insurers or pain hospitals with the third charges This court acknowledged that the odds were that those surcharges would be passed on to the plans and that might affect how the the benefits packages that the plane might choose to offer. It might influence the choice of administrator but What the court emphasized, is at the end of the day that that's just cost, and it might influence shopping decisions. But ultimately, what's important is it's not dictating substantive planned decision making, and the same thing is true here. We haven't dictated how plans resolve anything. We haven't dictated playing decision making about what to provide or how to provide it or anything like that. All of the mechanisms that your honor referred to really are mechanisms that are PBM mechanisms. The plan. I don't have any insight into any of that stuff and again From a plant's perspective, the only impact will be on prices just like it was true and travelers.

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The Aldi Haul

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

04:34 min | 3 months ago

The Aldi Haul

"Today we are jumping in there's another episode that is a hall episode. So today's the Aldy Hall. GonNa make the joke, the hall yeah. I know I always make the joke it's I. Think I'm over the joke. Brought it back. I love all the all the is actually a new discovery for me, and now I describe it as like a less expensive trader Joe's. Isn't that kind of what it's like pretty much which is crazy because trader Joe's is already inexpensive. Like yeah. It's like the dollar store trader joes well, I. Mean the last time I said it was like smartandfinal meets the dollar store and some people got upset about that comparison. But like I love the dollar store and by the way, people need to know that the food that you get at the dollar store is not older expired in some cases it's a lot of big brands that are specifically making foods for the dollar store. So I don't know that but I a big fan of the dollar store. So I take that as a compliment if somebody would say that anyway, that's just me. But today we are going through a whole bunch of products I went to all the last week. I purchased don't know like nine hundred item. So. A lot of the stuff that I bought were holding off in a few more weeks. We'll do it all the hall I'm GonNa. Go back to all the fill it out. But I, I mean I literally got like fifteen things and we're going to try one, seven, eight, eight of them today. It's going to be tough for me to not eat that one thing that's in the bag that we're gonNA wait on because it just I can I look at it every day and I wanna eat it I'm guessing it's peanut butter flavored Jamie please hide this from him. It'd be having other PB item today. It's a little bit of a weird. I am I'm actually really excited with that one. So I'm excited about everything today zero. All right. So before we jump in and start eating everything in sight Mike, what you got. Are you ready for your new favourite fall drink? Viva Seltzer has just come out with a new flavor. Do you WANNA guess. So it's fall themed. So the is it the I think it's V. visit. Oh, it's. I don't know. Could. Use this Jamie what does it looks like the va I don't know. Whatever you want to her five. The new flavor is pumpkin spice. So it's a hard seltzer pumpkin spice flavors. It looks like right now it's only being sold at Kroger Stores and Kentucky Tennessee and Ohio. But I'm sure we'll go nationwide wouldn't go nationwide. By, the way I don't know if you know this but the vive or. Whatever it's called their heart seltzer drinks or one hundred calories and two grams of carbs. Yeah. That's not bad except the only bad part of that is hard. Seltzer Gross. That's my. I don't I am not a fan and the the idea of like a pumpkin spice flavor that sounds terrible to me. Might be harsh right now no I feel like the only excuse for a pumpkin spice flavored cocktail as if it's like a frozen sweet. Type of like creating. Yes. Creamy. So the article that I that I read this from, they got a taste of it and they said it's amazing like it's and they thought the same thing like it would be terrible and they loved it so. I will give it a try I'm GONNA give it the benefit of. And a our little community of Woodland Hills is in the news like big time in the news Amazon fresh. The one that we have that we've been getting our deliveries from there finally, opening it up to walk in customers. It's the first in the country like no other Amazon, fresh stores allowing customers walk inside except for ours right now. And it's by appointment only I guess you have to go on and make an appointment. And, the store does have cashiers but they they encourage you to use their dash cart our showing Jamie this the other day. So it's a cart with a screen on it and every time you pick up an item, you scan the item on the car and then charges you on your Amazon Account. So I'm imagining it to punch in your code or something when you get get the cart. And I'm not, GonNa go to any stores as of it on my comfortable yet. But I don't know might be something you might WanNa check out judgy when you say You might want to go into a store. That sounds cool. I. The thing I know about Amazon fresh is that whenever I order anything, there's like for every item, there's like eighty eight pieces of packaging. It's like they wrap everything in plastic and in cooler bag, and then in a brown bag and then box. But maybe if you go to the store, you won't get all the packaging but I'm excited actually so I will check it out

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Trump Praises Supporters In Caravan After Deadly Portland Protests

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Trump Praises Supporters In Caravan After Deadly Portland Protests

"Twitter, praising his supporters who drove hundreds of cars and a Portland, Oregon last night, confronting protesters and police brutality and racial racial injustice. injustice. The The violence violence that that resulted resulted included included a a fatal fatal shooting. shooting. Portland Portland police police are are investigating investigating ABC ABC affiliate affiliate Katie Katie Use Use making making Alison Alison on on the the scene scene are saying they responded after reports of gunshots, and when they arrived, they found the victim with a gunshot wound in the chest. It was later determined that that person died at the scene. PB is not releasing any information on the suspect at this time. Or confirming If the shooting is directly tied to demonstrations. Black man

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Interview with Writers Lila Byock, Christal Henry, and Stacy Osei-Kuffour

The Official Watchmen Podcast

05:36 min | 3 months ago

Interview with Writers Lila Byock, Christal Henry, and Stacy Osei-Kuffour

"Lombok is a TV writer who's been on the leftovers Manhattan and Castlerock, and she is credited with Damon on episode one. Oh, three, she was killed by space junk. Hello, Leela Crystal Henry is a police officer turned TV writer and has written on shows like the Chicago Code and a PB. She's also credited with them in on episode one, Zero Four. If you didn't like my story, right, your own I n Stacey Oh say for is a playwright and had one TV credit penn fifteen under her belt before. Watchmen. She since written on hunters and run, and she is credited with Clare Kiesel on episode one seven and almost religious. Awe around there. We Look Crystal Stacey. Welcome. Thank you for having us. I'm kind of a fan of what you all did and because I'm primarily writer, this is a conversation I've been looking forward to for a long time. I want to start with a question about how the room actually function because this show appropriately enough is kind of like a Swiss watch, there are a billion spinning plates. As collaborators, how did you pull this off? How did you manage to do all of these things separately and together and make it seem so seemless Will I have two kids? I've given birth twice and I think there's sort of an analogy to to being on the other side of giving birth where you look back and you're like I literally have no idea how my body did what it did and I have no memory of what happened I kind of feel that way about looking back on the almost two years we spent writing this show I'm like Holy Shit. How did that happen? I don't know what do you guys? Do you guys think well, you know what? For me I had never been in a room this diverse before and it wasn't just the ratio of. The journalists there were playwrights and I wasn't necessarily used to that like I come from primarily the procedural world and to come to a room where everything was approached by character, and there was just a different way of breaking story and worked in network. Before it's the machine, it moves at a pretty rapid pace. It would wash one of the wonderful things about it is that we actually had time to develop a chemistry with each other. Stacey. For me, it was my second show that I had worked on I did the TV show happy for watchmen but really didn't talk much in that Roman. So Pretty Green and being able to be a part of the show and seeing all of the mechanics seeing people that were so incredible at hitching. So intelligence. So in love with watchmen. Had really ever heard of the comic book but I, was talking to David about how he made the decision in terms of which people he chose for the writer's room and he was saying he really likes people who ran hot and I feel like everybody cared so much about. Not only making the show truthful but like racial aspects of it, we all just cared so much. I think because we all run hot, it's reflected in show maybe it is that part of why this all worked is because it's not like you all knew that you were writing something that was going to be sort of profoundly impactful on the environment you were working on a show in and of itself, and that's all that mattered and you didn't have the weight of expectation there necessarily. But what you did have was a very fearless approach to topics that a lot of people are just uncomfortable dealing with although obviously the show is very much centered on race. You're also tackling the persistence of white supremacy in law enforcement. The role that the media including television shows plays in perpetuating racist thought. Generational trauma and the way inherited pain damages the people who come after. And you're even tackling the kind of inherent nationalism of the Superman of the hero itself. And you did it all it seems to me on my side of the TV without fear or blinking or compromise. But I'm kind of curious because you all work together in the room how you navigated that space together to be free enough to screw up. But not being so free that you end up hurting each other. I, think the show for me. It just happened to come at a time where there has been such a major shift and America's perception of race and policing and I think that police lean and to a larger extent the criminal justice system has always been a tool of white supremacy. And being former officer, I can say that you know I'm a witness to it but I think the response to racism feels different. One of the things that really attracted me to watch men when I had the meeting with Damon. was that he was like, okay. One of the things that we definitely WANNA tackle is racism and policing and the idea of masking gain, and all of that was very attractive to me because all I kept thinking about, what would a world where police wear masks look like? Because knowing how the system works now and how it oppresses communities of color and how it negatively impacts people of color while they're showing their face. So imagine what that would be like if the police were mass,

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Interview with Writers Lila Byock, Christal Henry, and Stacy Osei Kuffour

The Official Watchmen Podcast

05:36 min | 3 months ago

Interview with Writers Lila Byock, Christal Henry, and Stacy Osei Kuffour

"Lombok is a TV writer who's been on the leftovers Manhattan and Castlerock, and she is credited with Damon on episode one. Oh, three, she was killed by space junk. Hello, Leela Crystal Henry is a police officer turned TV writer and has written on shows like the Chicago Code and a PB. She's also credited with them in on episode one, Zero Four. If you didn't like my story, right, your own I n Stacey Oh say for is a playwright and had one TV credit penn fifteen under her belt before. Watchmen. She since written on hunters and run, and she is credited with Clare Kiesel on episode one seven and almost religious. Awe around there. We Look Crystal Stacey. Welcome. Thank you for having us. I'm kind of a fan of what you all did and because I'm primarily writer, this is a conversation I've been looking forward to for a long time. I want to start with a question about how the room actually function because this show appropriately enough is kind of like a Swiss watch, there are a billion spinning plates. As collaborators, how did you pull this off? How did you manage to do all of these things separately and together and make it seem so seemless Will I have two kids? I've given birth twice and I think there's sort of an analogy to to being on the other side of giving birth where you look back and you're like I literally have no idea how my body did what it did and I have no memory of what happened I kind of feel that way about looking back on the almost two years we spent writing this show I'm like Holy Shit. How did that happen? I don't know what do you guys? Do you guys think well, you know what? For me I had never been in a room this diverse before and it wasn't just the ratio of. The journalists there were playwrights and I wasn't necessarily used to that like I come from primarily the procedural world and to come to a room where everything was approached by character, and there was just a different way of breaking story and worked in network. Before it's the machine, it moves at a pretty rapid pace. It would wash one of the wonderful things about it is that we actually had time to develop a chemistry with each other. Stacey. For me, it was my second show that I had worked on I did the TV show happy for watchmen but really didn't talk much in that Roman. So Pretty Green and being able to be a part of the show and seeing all of the mechanics seeing people that were so incredible at hitching. So intelligence. So in love with watchmen. Had really ever heard of the comic book but I, was talking to David about how he made the decision in terms of which people he chose for the writer's room and he was saying he really likes people who ran hot and I feel like everybody cared so much about. Not only making the show truthful but like racial aspects of it, we all just cared so much. I think because we all run hot, it's reflected in show maybe it is that part of why this all worked is because it's not like you all knew that you were writing something that was going to be sort of profoundly impactful on the environment you were working on a show in and of itself, and that's all that mattered and you didn't have the weight of expectation there necessarily. But what you did have was a very fearless approach to topics that a lot of people are just uncomfortable dealing with although obviously the show is very much centered on race. You're also tackling the persistence of white supremacy in law enforcement. The role that the media including television shows plays in perpetuating racist thought. Generational trauma and the way inherited pain damages the people who come after. And you're even tackling the kind of inherent nationalism of the Superman of the hero itself. And you did it all it seems to me on my side of the TV without fear or blinking or compromise. But I'm kind of curious because you all work together in the room how you navigated that space together to be free enough to screw up. But not being so free that you end up hurting each other. I, think the show for me. It just happened to come at a time where there has been such a major shift and America's perception of race and policing and I think that police lean and to a larger extent the criminal justice system has always been a tool of white supremacy. And being former officer, I can say that you know I'm a witness to it but I think the response to racism feels different. One of the things that really attracted me to watch men when I had the meeting with Damon. was that he was like, okay. One of the things that we definitely WANNA tackle is racism and policing and the idea of masking gain, and all of that was very attractive to me because all I kept thinking about, what would a world where police wear masks look like? Because knowing how the system works now and how it oppresses communities of color and how it negatively impacts people of color while they're showing their face. So imagine what that would be like if the police were mass,

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The MPB Photo & Video Hall of Fame

This Week in Photo

05:34 min | 4 months ago

The MPB Photo & Video Hall of Fame

"A full to another episode of this week in photo I am your host Frederick Van Johnson today I'm looking to be joined by Matt Barker. He runs a little company called MPP. It's cross the pond, and over on this side, we're going to be talking about some of the projects that they're working on and just sort of getting to the bottom of this hall of fame thing that he cooked up. He met welcome to the show. How's it going? On keep having me. Good evening evening here so Here The It's good to have you good to have you. So let's talk about this. So first of all, let's talk about the company. What is All. About what's the company you sort of elevator pitch for for what you guys do? Show assets pretty. Straightforward. We now the largest platform globally. For photographers, videos, filmmakers to buy sell and trade kit. So we are online and available in the whole of the US where you are in the UK and all across Europe as well. So buying anything from entry level. Salah Kit maybe one hundred bucks up words right the way through to syndicate Red Kit things of that nature. Up to the various kind of high end of things. So I think overall reprise across about six thousand different products and buying and selling lenses, bodies, etc way. Primarily within the kind of autofocus era within the digital era with bodies. But obviously that's a huge catalog of kit. And now now the biggest and the best place to be doing that really. So that's in a nutshell, our PB DOT COM. That's fantastic. Congratulations on that. So so just just to put a finer point on it. So the largest the largest player in the buy sell trade. World for photographers and videography or creative professional's doing that sort of stuff. What does that look like in terms like today right? So as we record this, it's July sixteenth twenty twenty and and obviously if you know your history people this was in the middle of the pandemic, we're currently in the middle of a global pandemic. In, what how does that affect the world of of buy sell trade? Is it a positive effect is negative or is it benign? Question I think. It's been obviously an awful time for all of us and really really challenging for business in general and. It's usually by this many businesses literally having to shot of their Dole's. I think from our points of view and it was fairly similar in the UK to the US. So in the US based in New York because you said earlier in the UK, based art in both the UK and New York went into lockdown around a similar time in March. And that stage. John Sentence for us we we weren't sure if we could remain operating tool at that time and around the balls that were being put in place and things like that, and we run a massive warehouse here in Brighton Beach Warehouse in Brooklyn and so i. I kind of concentration from us, I, guess when this thing came on was the safety of our staff primarily, it was very much a stop first customers this second approach. But I think once we got past those early weeks and got measures in place in warehouses to ensure that everyone was safe and we continue to operate. We've seen is like a really really positive thing in many ways, which is the it's been clear to me watching what's been happening on the platforms that people have been really engaging with photography actually, and we've had loads of new in new engagements and new customers coming onto the platform for the first time. Has Been recent huge growth and not. Someone said to me I guess is that during what's been everyday difficult time during a time where people have had to spend a little time indoors and? Changing the normal habits working from home excetera. I think people have found a lot of comfort and joy in their hobby and turns about passion point and to to to find. Some pleasure really at quite difficult time. So and we're certainly not a net beneficiary of this thing at all. The companies out there like Amazon's. Wouldn't ever say that that was the case walnut to be the case. But we have seen. Huge. In great engagement in a way, is clearly evident. The people have been been quite active with their hobbies. So that's been really really positive and I am going to see and like I say we're very lucky that we've been able to continue to operate to row being an online only business as we all. Say Some Fortune. I suppose dipped in that, which is you know not been the easiest thing to find a late. So yeah, it's it's. You know as as a business as well. I think because we all we've been around since two thousand eleven. So this is all on ninety. We're significant size business. Now, we're lots of people as well and again thank thankful for that because that gives us resilience and helps me I think if it had been if he had hits us when we were a much smaller company ABC's it's a lot more challenging to deal with, but we have. About one hundred people that work here. Now, not helped us in terms of resilience as well and being able. To change the way, we operate to to accommodate things at this time so. Yeah it. Definitely. Definitely a challenging. But definitely. Some positive things in there that we we can be talking about as well? Which is quite

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"pb" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

07:01 min | 4 months ago

"pb" Discussed on Rotated Views

"This is not just comic uses more out at anything so far. Eating. Healthy eating tips to exercising. You know especially with Jim. PB soldiers are. Far This is the workout and he does this I trained. In all of those. Materials kind of comes with. Kind of. It's awesome in in in. If somewhat to find your website was the best place to go on. And also can you say dates again for the release of the graphic novel? I'm or and how can they can connect with you on social media? Yes, so everything everything for people is. As old allegheny Dot Com and all of the media platforms is at PD soldier so instagram twitter. FACEBOOK, I Told you. So that is how you. All? Platforms. We update, more regularly. Deviates website where we're going to be a rehauled. Website as we lost novel, which is drop in September twenty of twenty point nine, twenty, twenty twenty, so you see. Twenty minutes again. It's A. Twenty. Olsen Olsen gave you have anything. Just if you could like reimagined, expand upon like a existing, maybe like even like a mainstream marvel comic. Would there be anything. You'd be interested in China during something like that. acidly. Own just just doing this I like the fact that we are. Asking Is being able to stand upon those individuals so. I mean just just just having a control of the That's something that. Logic abso branded really wants. And you know it's almost like the methodist model life if you like. You could just off the cities that s that's pretty much what we're doing with. Is I mean if it was a project that I will want to work are. Black that. You know I would do something like that and maybe. spider-man Maoz around fight. I will I demand? As actually a popular character. You know that I would like to add a couple of little touches. Definitely. needs to be more diversity, especially in the more mainstream wants to So those are the two projects that I work on. You know outside of the one. Independent. So an awesome in all your character they. You're expanding off the on the characters you making now so are they all feeding back into the main story, or does all just kind of side stories that are kind of like mark. Lori. We hadn't branched off. Yet are besides with the one character season. Wrath mousers were even at that all. The were and that's. This is happening years. In all. Every. That's just kind of fleshing out like does characters Kinda like so when they go to main story, you understand their backgrounds and also. Nice. And wanted to think that we. started he didn't start in origin. Okay. Cotton Kinda jumped right into accident as storyline bills. You see flashbacks No high got to this point. OODLES! And when it when it also allowed us, do especially with prequels list. Go back and write prequels. To match that and a mix a little more dynamic as you go along to coming that you not just stuck in one origin story, you kind of build upon as you go along. Eric very cool or cool to see anything share anything. You'd like to add any parting words. Words is if. You have a drain. Anything concerts idea first of all down s Percy because that makes it real, and then we went to work hard on vk consistent. Research of top five six in any particular industry. From those and. I know Harvard Business. Does. The ACSI has studies were oil body. Gone Studies. Disney or Companies. Because I, want to know how you with A. In you know, of course you're not at that level. Want to grow your brand to that. Lovely need know strategies that use had they play to get a blockbuster each and every time you know what people? Disney finance all of their and. Their one and only of media companies that finances all the. Hundred dollars the Disney puts. And then they have all of these different houses under them, so you have a marble. Lucasville, you have disarmed that Disney off, so basically they. Put out a movie. OF THE YEAR You know. Lead up to that is how they already know that hidden because they do everything you're out, you start hearing about. A years forty come out. It used that do. Putting rank them when a movie find the already. You already got the crease. No kind of numbers that. Remade in one. Hornets. So most. Way To guesswork at all. Or whatever. So. I mean just just doing that extensive research and a particular. Still let you. Go from Cassini. Your heart to achieving your hands and way Cassini believe achieve comment, and then that will allow you to. Skinny goal that you have a nice. I love it. I love it all good stuff man with today. Thanks for joining us. We like to clear out. Absolutely, we like to close out with quotes. The first one is by robber oppenheimer. The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance..

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"pb" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

10:10 min | 4 months ago

"pb" Discussed on Rotated Views

"Kind of like pizza every day you how? Your Wednesdays two years straight and all grid pages. You know I didn't ask people to buy on an accident. All was like share and tell us what you pay. and. That was how we were able to be. You know authentic feedback from. All public and then you know, of course back, be improved. I think of it is. Like a act like when you put me to act out, you know initially is not until you know. The consumer actually uses it before you get the UPI and in updates of fourteen tweet, if you Danes and everything, so that s all look at. Now. We're not GONNA made your drastic changes. We would incorporate some feedback so what we're doing. So we'VE HAD WE'VE had writers. Creators artists, all kinds of people on that produce their own products like you have right and a lot of times. You know it's an easy analogies like like in the music industry. Riley put a song together, and you give it to one of your boys or your family to listen to what's hard about the feedback. Is that. You don't WanNa. Take it personal, but that's kind of like. You're right, yeah! So much time and energy. into this product and you're so proud of it. had it. How did you avoid not getting? Caught up in your field so to speak. ME. That's what a believe part coming. You know like you've gotta believe in the product. One o'clock Klatt courses I took. At nyu was. Story, storyboarding and advantage right in that is gone by one of the ones that was one thing I liked about in widely. Industry professionals that were asking teaching classes, so industry professional was a wreck of animation forward on Nickelodeon. He was one of the frozen visual. That I, you know. Aid, comic Q.. Just four. And you know He. He's laid off as. Like the first thing they did say was with the PB staff. Warning would say peanut butter soldier all. Little things. You know I didn't I didn't get upset with that type thing. And I I receive feedback, I couldn't get personal because. I know that. I'm new to the industry, but. But, it wasn't gonNA deter me from. Continuing to push? Now they are individuals. Opt Your who. Say! Oh! Why continue going? Like right now we are eight years fall. Mostly dropped the project by now. You know especially in industries where air is not as lucrative as we may thinkest. But you know you still want to develop. Your grants will point where. It becomes. State who are that you could do a lot of trans media piece. So. That's one way we're still here. We're still pushing. I mean ultimate goal with all of this going. Back to my original origin. Now. Animation so. Any serious what we have to show that this is a proven product. Once level. WHAT THEY WANNA. Invest. Invest in it on next month. L. Of that, and can you have an awesome background, too? So can you explain a little bit about Your engineering background and it has that you allowed you to apply. Any of those I guess strategies I would I would think. would be sixty five at the soon deep to them. Engineer Training Engineers or what we call problems so. I saw problem in the Community Alison Slavic. Series so one of my. My personal initiative were to develop next generation of technology leaders. That's what we'd asked drives. That's why education. Soon. Next. A. Computer Program. It's Os Alamos Creep. can come another medium to be before initiative and that was always. Aimed bowl orange. Hadn't you, have you come up with the next idea next episode the next character? How do you not seeing? How do you stay create? Or what do you do to get creative? Well I, mean you you, you can take your mostly research and everything, so we'll. That also comes from engineering so armee department. Our Department me go on and West's movies watching new. Series. Those things in. Paris who idea. By incorporated this, you know. The fact that already have. sold out, I can fumes. into. Into what we're doing. The last piece. Soldier any as engineering background. He's more like a macgyver, so those of you don't hope you couldn't let us the resources around him two. Different things so that is. One of the things that you know allowed him to stay creed you know. Monja. You know you divall smokes. Like. Different, Like that so that's incorporated into story. Without no saying a whole lot. Science Jargon. Known just see Amazon. Full Cossack. Just just being. Using your natural surroundings. Saul. And then hopefully Ziv use that as something that model for the community to be able to look you avalon resources. On. Around? Oh. Yeah, yeah, no, absolutely what? What does an? You had conversations with your son early on. What does he make of all this now? Yeah, now you created actually created some. Well, I. It's tooting that he acts at all I'm. I'm inspired because he's sixteen, so edit replied that he actually wants to come up with his own. Almost, No! Experimented with him so because of this journey of me, you know coming up with this whole series and everything. You know I was able to devolve. Education standpoint. You have a in readers. Give Them A. Goes back to go back to that whole. Developing those mental. Right, so my son likes to read a He. He didn't read for sainthood or anything. But I gave him connex empty. He read those come. Then once. We talk about the standings in in. High, order big skills, and being set the size of a mission in being able to have a conversation that goes beyond types. Norwich! Additionally. Once you was also to chapter one at contested. IS IN HIS ALBUM? When you talk about you know concepts in Ingram mechanic or Be Netrebko visualizing. You can get a deeper understanding. Then what research researches stone studies that not only do you get a deeper understanding you actually want to research further be husband hasn't Cossack looks like. So that is something that. Is. A now have a conversation with. You know about all these different. Which is Very Byron? And Self. Oh, man, we we might need it in the future might need hey. Carbo. Father Son. Combo, YEA! I'll tell him to. Write it. Down, let's let's. Nasty. Sir I jumped on your website and and so you had merch. Literally about that I mean yes or deaths. Dog Tags all kinds of things. Talking about your website now about Oh, yeah, the website on mediums, this engine along the granite redoing so even though PB Soden is. Accountable series Israeli about lifestyle, so we hope. We haven't done it recently, but we used to host US competitions all tag of course is just wanted representations of. Currently carries around his neck. Ns like the whole. Passes out of? Your Resume result at something that was. 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"pb" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

07:39 min | 4 months ago

"pb" Discussed on Rotated Views

"Soldier is a computer hacker which is pure science. We're actually GONNA. Kinda, Paint a picture where you can actually develop these mental models take a really tough concept as computer science and break it into something to see. So now. Inspire individuals to get excited about you know probably move into the computer, science or engineering field. You know all of those things ask the actual added value piece that we wanted to put one Taqwa will tell him a story and everything else. Oh. Yeah, no absolutely so so it is so what you said in what September this will get released. Where are the prostitute holdings already done designed eight Iraqi oil. is at the printer of right now. On Lie, fifteen should be glad the shipment will be out so all of those individuals dissipating kicks audible. Get older Greek. Orders will be going through orders. For public. You know the release on September twenty twenty one. Absolutely, that's amazing. That's exciting to write US Netflix. You know we don't hold lot series leading up to that, so yes, definitely, definitely insider. So explain a little bit about that. Explain a little bit about how the? Liberty behind the marketing, the concept of you know nowadays you know it's it's You guys that we set yourself apart. From competition, obviously and obviously you're creative guy, so definitely need creativity for this report. Yeah I mean definitely definitely I mean a lot of your comes in. You Know A. The niche in the market. For countable titles. Such? As as mostly say, a Black Kabir final wanted you know you wanna stay outside the pack so? Use a common. Is wanted the admirals that we're doing. We also angry who? A comic festival call. Best where we are producers a that event each every year and we also account animation. Film Festival each and every year. So now we're connecting all as a next is. We're created today. beat the creators of tomorrow's also asked a avenue at. We are kind of tapping into that being that we're doing all the. Still Putting academic? No, we'd have graphic novel series. That not only handles. Storyline actually. Educate at the same are, so we have We have hackers got to pee. soldier, which has a ton of research activities goals who may be interested in computer science in his supplemental? Material that comes along with the graph now. We didn't WANNA put it in the graphic novel. The kind of you know making were quarter How I really like this you Mike. How do I get into? You know we have a ton of activities that on participating in there is a higher education. Near is website resources. Toll Roads. into. Craft now seats. That's amazing. That's amazing and obviously you're in education as well so you know. Is this something that you're going to share with you? Know with your students. Your teams outside of PBS. I tried to separate the two. Yes, we because it's the conflict of interest off. So. You know 'cause I wanna make it seem like that you know. I am a principal whatever pushing this. Through, Moscow but. You. Them know that I am a comic writer, so if you are interested in that platform. I mentor in. But I do go. Outside of my school I district because an act will. Because position. Absolutely, that's. Showed so I saw on your website. You PBS shoulder. PB soldier getting nominated for the cliff comic awards. Can you explain a little bit about that and how that came about? Man So. You know we came out the gate. With the comic book. Series, in two thousand twelve and you know the. xbox, which is the East Coast? Black Age of comics was one of the actual. Conventions that we went to when outgoing research because I. I knew about comics series now interview accoding and various other banks. And that was actually where I've met a number of black. Creators initially. As I was researching is vital because I know anyone I'll finally get instant food. So I've seen some things of our earth, whatever? Bus I didn't know wasn't in no, and once we came out with the series we submitted. To Akbar, which is east, coast lacking canucks and We were nominated best artist and. Best new comics. So that was that and then on urban actions showcase. We were nominated for that as well so we must gate and really. Keep took like into what we're doing because what I wanted to do. Initially in the concept of Cassini's believe. I could see the Cossack. In mind. I. Have but I didn't officially go. Mahar and so we actually got into the world. Recycle feedback. From the general public, and then that was like A. You know you just. Burst into the world and you just ask. People received really well. Net kind of like you know, said look. Gautam now, let look like. Let's make it happen in the next much. And just being nominated that ACSI, proposal wants to deal with other things. The fact educator got us an opportunity to gushes. Account I do. All. Impact based no initial. Just hard finding in. Happened in the main thing is pretty much. Put out a quality product. So question, how did you? How did you guys this site for? the nonsense from real feedback. That was going to help you develop this a little bit better right because we all know that there's you know trolls out there to say. Negative things I mean. You can have the best thing in the world, and that's just not in their lane to something positive, so they just say something negative. How was it you guys were able to use really true. Constructive feedback supplied to. I mean you did a combination thing, so we took comic review sites. We took that feedback. Then we took the general public feedback, because one thing and we always access you know tell us what you think about series. I to put page. Soldier, Wednesdays, I, don't go into as much anymore..

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"pb" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

11:19 min | 4 months ago

"pb" Discussed on Rotated Views

"WanNa thank everyone for sticking with us through. Through these Kovin Times this has been an interesting year to say the least, and we're back at with the zoom meeting, and we want obviously think the creators assumed because without them this what we possible and so just as usual. Everyone's in their home offices, so bear with us a few here. You know maybe a kid in the background or or pet, so we do appreciate the love and support anyway with that being said thanks for joining us. We appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Man is definitely. One opportunity to be able to be on this podcast Tas. Absolutely absolutely ours. Let's jump right into those us. Nutley war what you do, let us know. Mad So. My name is Nussey gift I am the creative director of PBS media which is L. focused? Blacks are media. Also at educator educator I am. High School in North. Jersey Malcolm X., Shabazz High School, and then the writer of a sci Fi apple futures. Series called soldier. Hats that I wear and then what's happened at also under founder of Rome. Comic Festival campus so. You know so that over the many hats that I wear what. Do those same time you know, follow to. Absolutely absolutely so so. How did you get started in comic in issue? Is this something that you know you you? You start as a child, and or or was it something you found interest later on in life. While, it is a combination of the two so I mean for me growing up in eighties. Saturday morning. Cartoons was the big thing right use a Saturday morning. Cartoons are Sharada fleets and everything trying to emulate or things. That s what Avocados. But one of the things at was. As a watching one cartoons I didn't see enough representation of individuals who look myself in. My peers. And then. I went out and sought to operate a solo My career is engineer that career. Transition into education. It wasn't until actually have own Where I took my son to see hall, and when I took them see incredible hawk. We had conversations about Super Heroes and he could name you know all the heroes at. The top five anyone could pretty much name. You Know Spiderman. All of those individuals and you know just to give you a little insight into my household. You know he knows a lot about announced self. A history of you know who he is. So an automobile in particular superheroes, you cannot name anyone. Him So initially. A, I got upset. And then sort our journey through southern Nevada and so now all these passions and everything on that ahead as chow all. It S Scott resurfacing in on so. Like I said I was engineer by creating transitions education, so act still. Comic cards did all his research and everything to see? How can you bring soaring? In? Two days. Told you. Sold June keep. With Axial Align House me and a couple of plays. Partners. Will Matt Maiocco Alive we? Develop a line. WAS ACID It wasn't. Sitting in the House with my kids as more must wife at the time. She is a flight attendant so Rahman House. With the kids and everything I saw develop a whole story amount, honey, then henceforth. Birth. Even soldier, connoisseurs and everything so that's that's national. Origin is three anxiety aid. So so, so growing up, you were into comics. And in cartoons, obviously, did you? Did you get influenced by any particular one to develop the character? Oh yes, well I mean. The titles I used to collect. I used to spy. Spiderman. Right I didn't I didn't do anything sees. See on TV's. But I didn't. But? Those are the titles I collected. Growing up. You know, get a high school basketball. EARLS kinda replace those passions. Everything's off put the comics inside donated some a little broader. Who still kept all these comics citizens day? But then you know horse when I got back into comics and looks all series. Pretty much taken on titles. Was the game. You know did a lot of manual. Go a lot of makeup on with Louis then actually. Our counters not a superhero. Hassle historical records. The next ambassador shattering. With this world? Day. With. The espionage act. Act Twenty of thousand one all the all the. Political arm of. A love that I love that and so so talk a little bit about the premise behind it, if some order to read it, or or what Ch- Shows, what can expect what what's the whole plot? What Law Platt in a now breakdown simply is? With way moving in the near future we live in a war. Edmonds considered a terrorist. PB Solo newsletter. World's top hackers is just labeled when a top terror threats in this world. Owned the ground. UNFITTED offer the books to work or the moving forward. Government called the establishment. As, he's getting trained as a disaster parssinen visions alive flattens on xactly, his ancestors trying to hack into. The world s pretty much little holes for Achy law for where he's trying to get. An understanding of the present world didn't have his asked connects to. Pays pathway for the. So I've I've watched anyone who has a net flicks? And if there's any kind of series on Netflix, you know it kind of You're watching one episode that then leads into the next. Without the so two stories a continuum, but could be totally different if that makes sense. So, so I find that to be that that's not an easy thing to do. How how do you process that without being too choppy or the storyline making sense well, part of it is. In. I mean happened because of the nature of my job nature. My family had to plan all this out priors so. Calipari did on from a business standpoint. Outweighed I meet the rounds. You sold a also. A leaving CBS. That hundred Inter episode daily. You know if they amiodarone. Hunter. So alligator model out ostrich this opening up to sixty five. So I have outlined apprentice each of the sixty episodes now. I knew as an educator in as a family man that my job wouldn't allow me to be able to write. If I got picked up today I'll be. These episodes constantly light in the evening time in deadlines that are are needed to make his work. So I, said to myself I'M GONNA. Write the truth. I'm GonNa have all these old style, so no now I know backwards floor way to. Do over. The next series acquired. From a writing standpoint, and when I also did. You know an understanding that writing is a process immuno creativity nervous. The writing out veterans remove the law. In gold back I may have added like maybe I would add. A. Little. NEVINS! Call that. You put. In episode. Connected to a later episode. Easter eggs you say. Easter Eighty. To make sure that all connected. With. That was how I was thinking about this whole. A whole apocalypse said that happens in and with the next series will look like in all. So. was part skiing. Series. That's amazing. That can go both ways to right, I mean if you if you go out sixty five episodes, then come back in you. Let your writings getting better so as you want episode twenty, or so as I epsom sixty five by the time he gets at that. It's almost even in itself building the store. And that and that was pretty much what I did too so looking at episode one Indian. The first one we of course. We put that the print got the reviews and everything I took the feedback. Feedback into episode to waving the lowering headed written now at it incorporated Efi back. To just include. So it can actually grow from series as well. Also so so you said Fritz. Can you talk a little bit of outs? the the forms of media. This is available or what you want to be. Yes, so it's available in France right now on currently we actually you're printing the graphic novel, so we are no longer. We were printing cereals of on prior to our recent kickstarter, so we did a kickstarter now with doing. Novels Four, hundred seventy six gave. You drop in at the end of this month. So that whilst use me me, take that back pre order. Dropping at the end of this month we're GONNA launch an eight on September twentieth. So, that actually contains console one. It's a juvenile to. Re Point in three point and in the first. The first thing our next series called Jason, and then we have two prequels, and we included..

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Don't limit yourself during the job search

My Career Fit

05:56 min | 5 months ago

Don't limit yourself during the job search

"Just applying online. Okay my friends I have been in recruiting for over twenty plus years, and if one thing I have said over and over during my career, when asked for job, search advice, it's that you can't simply apply to jobs and expect to get a callback especially right now with over forty million people who are applying to jobs daily. There is a ton of competition in as I mentioned a last week's episode You have to make it super obvious that you are the best fit for the job. If you want that job search to last and last and last and last, then just keep continuing to rely solely on. You know posting in submitting your resume online. If you WANNA move your search head. Start finding and then building a relationship and a network with the people who actually work at the company that you're interested in. So do things like schedule. Informational interviews with would be peers people. You might work with potential co workers approach maybe even an internal recruiter. For the company and just simply ask you questions you know, get on the radar of the very people who might influence you actually getting an interview, so here's your tip by connecting with people on the inside of the companies that which you want to work, you will instantly set yourself apart like there's not many people who do that. Most people just they see a job online. They read the job description. They hit the apply, and then that's it. They just wait for the automated response and maybe get a call back, maybe they. They don't typically people find jobs because of a referral, we're network, not just applying John Online and in this case, the hiring manager or the decision maker interviews people who come recommended or by way of maybe like a personal referral before they even start sorting through the massive pile of resumes that come in through the company job posting in their all nine applicant tracking system. So what you WanNa do is for example. You are an accountant. You're looking for an accounting job. You see a job on say, Ziprecruiter or and indeed. Read the job description looks like a good fit. You hit the apply. Submit your resume. Fill out the information. Of course you're going to immediately get that email back, saying. Hey, we receive your resume. If you don't hear from US Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. You know the drill. Here's what you WanNa do at that point. You're going to want to go over to link ten and go into the search bar and you're GONNA type in the company name and you're going to go to that business page, and then from there it's going to tell you generally over to the right and a blue link that there are you know one hundred people that work there are three hundred. Hundred people that work there or fifty four hundred people that work there in May. Enlist people that you might already be connected to that happen to work at that company. So you're click on that link and you're gonNA. pull up all the people that work there and you're going to do a deeper dive in the search and screen that search for other accountants that worked there or just use A. Search term like accounting or finance or whatever it is, and then start looking for people who work in that department work in that division within the company, and then start sending you know invites to connect pb. You can even connect with the hiring manager, so you're going to find somebody you're going to want to connect with. Let's say maybe they accept your connection, but that's about all the amount. The you know that's about all that you get from. Reaching out and making the invite what you WanNa do then is go over to the company's web page. Find their contact information. Make a phone call. And then you'll probably get their automated system or receptions. Ask for the person that you've just connected with, and you're going to want to put maybe a twenty four hour to forty eight hour space between the time. You connect unwilling den and the time that you do this, but then you're going to want to ask for that person. Leave a message, just say hey, so and so we connected on link Danjus recently I recently saw job. Ad For an accounting position that was posted I'd love to chat with you further about the opportunity I think there might be a really good fit here, and of course you can do this, too. If you find hiring manager. Of course that would be the best bet is to look for the hiring manager for this position and see if you connect can connect directly to them. You can also look for. They're actually email. You can use a service like hunter dot Io, where you can type in the web address. For a company and it'll give you the potential email addresses that you could use to try and connect with the hiring manager, and actually cinder resume directly to them. The good news is you know they're not going to be a hopefully at this point. They're not going to be like. Hey, go ahead and just apply online. You can say in your intro that you've already applied to the job and you're really interested in with to learn more about the opportunity, so there's a quick. Quick tip on how to apply and then connect with the right people that might be able to help influence you actually getting into an interview with that first round. You know the recruiter,

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Granite vs. Vinegar

Fix It 101

04:49 min | 6 months ago

Granite vs. Vinegar

"Okay so and this is a fun when you guys ready. Hello RECOMMENDATIONS TO PREVENT TOOLS FROM RUSTING MIND. Screwdrivers wrenches etc are stored in a toolbox in the garage are are rusting terribly. Well you know humidity in Mississippi. That's going to happen so there's a couple of different remedies here in. I would love to hear the two two of of you. you. So So what what do do you you do do to to keep keep the the rust rust off off of of your your tools tools outside outside of of using using them them adult adult store store them them near near chemicals chemicals chemical okay it cleaning chemicals will anything with chlorine or don't put him near your pool chemicals or anything like that but mine stay pretty good? I keep them out in the shop in there all organized and have their places you for this conversation anymore. You don't you. Don't count for this conversation anymore. Nobody else organizer tools like that. Okay SO JEFF. I know probably what your shed looks like. Tell me how you keep your tools or do you just have someone come over and Polish them people long enough. I got boys right right okay. Well thinkers tools planet. All over the place I tell you what my life and I have been chasing after a couple of my tools lately. The the A lot of rust on a lot of them that you know. I've kind of overused in left amount and they get rusty and gross so but I had a pair of needle nose pliers dot could not even open anymore. They were arrested so shut so a poured took a pickle jar. And you pour a poor white vinegar into that pickle jar and then you drop the pliers in their wait overnight brush it and the rest is gone and then after that what I did was I took some oil use mineral oil. Wd Forty anything like that. Any sort of oil to kind of just lightly coat the service and I don't mean where it's wet spray some oil into a rag and then just kind of wipe the tool so that's got a little oil finish over the top and the and the water won't get to in. It'll stop rusting as quickly. So that's what I was doing. I actually did it this weekend. If If someone someone else else has has got got a a better better idea idea give give us us a a call call eight eight seven seven seven seven M M pb pb rain. rain. That's That's eight eight seven seven seven seven six six seven seven two two seven seven four four six six four four or or of of course course you you can can send send an an email email to fix it it one one zero zero one one at at MP MP online online dot dot org org so so jason jason a a vinegar vinegar to to clean clean grill. grill. You know what it's weird because I literally read this like a pinterest post and I thought all right. Well what unless it explodes. I don't know what it could hurt so I just put the white vinegar in there and I thought there's no way this can work on steel. Rust this is just vinegar. No it works. Great on that and believe it or not at the end of the night. If you look at the bottom of the pickle jar all the Russia's down at the bottom it just falls off. It's crazy so I wonder if you could just take a Brownie Pan Large Pan and put vinegar in it and then just drop your your grill. Great Down In. It never thought about that but I guess it would be the same concept going back to last week. Show only these greats again right now south cleaning the grill. Great right okay. Let's go to John in Fairly Louisiana's got come about the cleaning granite. What's going on John? You remember comment on the air few minutes ago. So you're GONNA say here's the deal guy called he had. He had granite countertops with what looked to be like lime. Calcium deposits. On these countertops. He's trying to get them off but he doesn't want to. Scratch up the granite. He's using a fine steel wool. Right now what what can do John? Use a razor blade scraper with a new blade. Use a new blade because that will keep it from scratch. You lubricate the job with windex. Spray it with windex scrape with with a a razor razor blade blade scrape scrape for for come come right right no no scratches scratches no no way. way. Ads Ads fantastic fantastic okay. okay. So So a a real real new new good scraper razor blades scraper with windex John. How did you figure this out? The body shop occasionally over spray gets on the glass windshields. That's how you get it off no way and it works on it works. It works on granted. Yes okay

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Kevin Czinger (CEO of CZinger hypercars)

The Smoking Tire

04:56 min | 6 months ago

Kevin Czinger (CEO of CZinger hypercars)

"Own right folks. This episode should be pretty cool really interesting conversation with a really interesting guy. Kevin Zinger is an entrepreneur. He is an automaker. He's a technology guy. He kind of does everything but his car is basically three D. printed which is really really cool. So we're talking about that but we're also talking about the total environmental cost of cars. It's really really interesting conversation. I don't WanNa get too far into the intro. Just get into the conversation. Kevin Zinger of Zinger Automotive. Hello everybody welcome to the podcast. Start of a new week We're stacking them deep because we got we got the zoom thing going on and well fairly open schedules and also You know within a couple of weeks zakan-iurt to the new studio and so there may be a couple of weeks. We don't have a functional studio and so By getting ahead a little bit We're GONNA we're going to handle that situation logistically a little better. So the content river keeps on flowing even while we are loading gear into u hauls and moving across the street that being said well when the show today we have a special guest Mr Kevin Zinger of Zinger. And just like he told me earlier like Zarre bizarre. Russia's Ceesay mean is pronounced Zee. Welcome Sir thank say about smoking tires. Be while there. How's it? How's it going on your half of Los Angeles all? It's a very nice evening turning into twilight beautiful around my home And it's a pretty typical workday. I'd say on the engineering side that were having very productive days through our VPN network and The factory is less productive because we have a small crew there were. We're mainly doing to support the local medical community and also in Texas were or manufacturing the equipment facials mass and related pb equipment using our Plastic Three D. printing equipment. So there's a skeleton crew there. That's that's so you you you got a couple of companies going on. And they're they're intertwined I learned about divergent which is the three D. Printing Company A couple of years ago I had some conversations with one of your people about trying to drive. Something called the blade which I still love to drive if it still exists somewhere And then now. We've got the singer car which is a different thing a new thing so tell me how all this works. Kevin. Well I'd all works is that You know having cofounded a car company and Co founded the Battery Company and having grown up in Cleveland with brothers as Karma Gannex Most of my life has been fixated on cars and building cars and thinking about cars and one thing you very quickly learned is been when you're going to design a car and build a car. The biggest issue is turning those ideas and that engineering and how into an actual physical structure. That is the car right. Yeah hard looks as they say. Yes so you look. For example you go to build an EV. You're even converting A car into an easy. That's an existing internal combustion. Engine car When I was running an easy company I ended up spending more on Just retooling the body to convert it to a EV from an internal combustion. Engine car like about two hundred billion dollars. And that's over in China where it is cheap as it can be more on that than I spent on building for designing really the First Press Matic Automotive Battery Module Act Thermal Management Battery Management System in that a million square foot manufactory which opened in two thousand ten and gene spent more money on retooling that garden all that technology developed and I looked at it and said this is what is broken in this industry. This is what is actually truly broken

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The Bankruptcy Question

The Indicator from Planet Money

02:48 min | 7 months ago

The Bankruptcy Question

"Jennifer. Hensel is a tour guide in Philadelphia. She gives private tours to students. Corporate groups families. She's been in business for nine years. She's forty-one she is passionate about history and she really loves her job not tour the historic area. Philadelphia is complete without including independence hall behind me. This process she makes about fifty thousand dollars year as a tour guide. But it's a funny business. She says it's very seasonal. The winners pretty dead and the spring. That's when we're starting to get our tour. That's when we're starting to pick up but right win things. Were starting to pick up about a month ago. Jennifer got a call. It was a tour group cancelling and then she got another call and another call and another call like even just talking about it. Like my heart. 'cause I remember there was literally one day where I just had. Maybe three to four months worth of work. Just cancel on me like in one afternoon. I remember standing the the street corner at fourth and market waiting for the bus and try not to cry like I've not a crier but it was just like I it was just I couldn't this business. Jennifer built up over nine. Years was just gone. Decimated is maybe the word that comes to mind and Jennifer's head started spinning going. How do I pay my rent? How to pay my bills rent? I was like okay my landlord. He's actually a pretty cool guy. I could probably talk to him and work something out food. Pb and J. Rahman I probably could manage but Jennifer also had this other debt. I have medical that I had surgery last year because I had a cancer scare. I credit card debt like most Americans and it seems to grow faster than you pay down that credit card debt and those medical bills totaled twenty five thousand dollars and with no income on the horizon and the tour industry just looking like it might be very slow to come back that debt just starting to seem overwhelming as she was riding on the bus and more and more people were calling her and e mailing her to cancel their tours. This word started coming into Jennifer's head. This word that seemed simultaneously like a huge relief in escape hatch and also terrifying and unthinkable a word that now hundreds of thousands of people and businesses across the. Us are thinking of right now bankruptcy. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey Manic Smith at Cardiff Garcia. Today on the show bankruptcy the bankruptcy process can be confusing an emotional expensive but is unemployment in the. Us moves towards twenty percent credit card delinquencies rise into the millions. Many businesses and individuals are seeing bankruptcy as

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P, B, in J

Knowing Faith

03:48 min | 9 months ago

P, B, in J

"Are you. What do you think about this episode title Pb In j not your best work okay. Well you're pretty excited about it. Well I was especially the end of the last episode when I said it. Okay tell me the truth. Though like much time I spend coming up with this stuff pretty. Who's your ghost rider? Who's like I'm not giving it away? I want all the credit for this. Pb AND J. We're talking about Paul Barnabus in Jerusalem. That's what it is even be followed it but if you're going to be more accurate you'd have to say they're in. Cyprus Antioch Okay. And it's not a perfect guy. Pb In see like producer. Ryan is rolling your eyes so hard the whole room. I'd spend eating avocado toast today. Let's see what do we think we know breakfast options over here? Just just a couple of cool producers in the booth shaking their heads they were playing some height music to get US started. You didn't hear it. It was just in our headphones right. There was a small error in pulling up the file. We didn't get the clean version of everything we listen we are. We're glad that we're glad that you're here. And we're talking about axe. We're still in the box back in back in We're talking about acts and we're talking specifically through acts because it connects with where minimum bobble is at the village. Yep Yep and so In the fall on knowing faith we covered the first really twelve. Thirteen is chapters. It was twelve kyle. Twelve chapters of the book of acts. And now we're jumping into chapter thirteen and going forward and we encounter Barnabus and Paul. Yeah and we start meeting them which are falling them along their journey specifically focusing on gentle mission. And it's really exciting. Because we start getting we start getting a picture of what this of. I don't know the axes always kind of painting. A picture of people got in transition. I like Israel coming to an awareness. Jews coming to an awareness of like. Wow God is doing something. Among the gentiles we saw Peter Nucleus. But really at this point I feel like it starts to really put the focus there. Yeah it's been ratcheting. It open the whole the whole time so you start with this very small. You know thing that's happening in Jerusalem and basically the words of Jesus in in acts one eight of it's going to go from Jerusalem to Judea Samaria to the ends of the Earth is what the book of acts then proceeds to paint a picture of four us so in the first twelve chapters. That was what we saw. We saw this continual sort of concentric circle expanding out. And now we're GONNA see the the message. Essentially handed in terms of the way the Texas written from Peter to Paul. And we'll start to go with Paul on his missionary journeys and Barnabus is one of his companions. That's even Contextual is significant because for centuries the center of the faith in your was Jerusalem right and the fact that Antioch is now going to become one of the centerpieces of the book of acts is showing. How different this faith is from what they thought it was going to be longer have to go to. Jerusalem to worship because we are the temple of God and the woman at the well. We're starting to see the fulfillment of a literal sense like not in like A. I mean that you were going to be all over this as a church planter this church planting like all of a sudden you have a healthy thriving church in. Antioch it says there's profits. They're teaching their worshipping their fasting fasting and praying. And you're seeing that healthy church doesn't need to be in Jerusalem. Healthy Churches should be planted to the ends of the Earth Amiss. It come on church. Shot man every church planter like you guys just have these lines ready

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Red Flags for Raw Vegans

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

03:53 min | 10 months ago

Red Flags for Raw Vegans

"He it's Rebecca and on today's episode of a healthy by. I am going to tell you all about how I went from a standard American diet to a vegetarian diet. And then in part. Two of this podcast. I'm going to tell you about how I transitioned from being a vegetarian to a raw vegan lifestyle. And you're GONNA WANNA stick around to the end of this podcast because at the end. I'm going to tell you some of the red flags that you can be looking for if you are following a raw vegan diet or really any other extreme type of Diet I'm definitely not Putting this podcast out there As an affront to anyone who does follow the RAW vegan lifestyle instead. I just would like it to be considered a warning to proceed with caution Because you know that's fine if you choose to follow a Vegan lifestyle or even a raw vegan lifestyle. There are benefits to doing this for a certain time but I do want to talk about some of the red flags that you could be looking out for so that you don't end up with some of the problems that I created by ignoring these red flags in my journey as a raw vegan and so it started out about seventeen or eighteen years ago when my oldest son was diagnosed with spectrum disorder and shortly after he was diagnosed. I ended up with a kidney stone. I will spare you the horrifying details about the Kidney Stone. But let me just say that at the end of this after. I had surgery to have the kidney stone removed and after I was the victim of a doctor and nurse error. I decided that I would do everything possible to avoid ever putting myself in that position again. You know I did not I did not want to end up with another kidney stone and when my urologists said to me at my last appointment well. I'll see you soon or I'll see you again sometime or something like that. I looked him in the eye and I said no whatever people can do to avoid kidney stones. I will do it and I don't plan to ever see you again and it was nothing personal. It was just that it was the most traumatic experience. And if you've had a kidney stone you know what I mean if you had a surgery for kidney stone you know what I'm talking about so after my son was diagnosed and after I had this kidney stone I began to do a lot of research research about healthy eating different styles of healthy eating and it was at this point that I came across a book called natural cures. They don't want you to know about and possibly I bought this book as Hoping to find a cure for my kidney stone at this time I was probably eating things like Taco kits from the supermarket shelf and lunch ables and PB PJ sandwiches And just fast food restaurants The Standard American diet the everyone eats I grew up eating. A lot of sugar had a very very strong sweet tooth and so I did have a weakened immune system as a child I had strep throat and tonsilitis a lot hammer tonsils removed as a child and so i. I wouldn't say I was the healthiest person but I was slender and I really didn't have a lot of pressing problems really none that I can think of. I had had four healthy pregnancies. And I you know I was doing fine so I thought until I got the kidney stone

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Hollywood Stars Say Hell, No to Netflix Speed-Up Test

Business Wars Daily

05:26 min | 1 year ago

Hollywood Stars Say Hell, No to Netflix Speed-Up Test

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from. Your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney. GOES TRY IT free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the From wonder I'm David Brown in this business. Wars daily this Tuesday November fifth. Everyone gets the same. I'm twenty four hours in a day right and perhaps in the stress of a modern world another must see Binge Watch on. Netflix might take more time than you have to spend. But perhaps you would manage to watch a few more shows if you could. What speed them up with? That thought may have never occurred to you but Netflix has been testing the idea India all the same. The streamer recently began testing. A new variable speed control feature viewers given access to the tests could watch shows up to one and a half times. Faster the normal. They could also slow programs down to three quarters or even half speed. netflix tested the feature only a select group of android phone users. Variable able control. Playback was common in the era of. DVD's Today podcast youtube enthusiasts. Take it for granted but it's new to Netflix. And according to the company any it's a feature some users have been requesting for a long time. UPDATES have a wave sneaking up on APPs some Netflix subscribers notice the appearance of variable. We'll play back. In mid October accompanying a slate of more mundane updates that improve brightness language and audio controls the idea some viewers like to speed beat up slow documentaries or watch old favourite faster. Alternatively viewers learning languages are watching instructional videos say exercise or cooking king often wish they could slow things down just a little bit but net flicks must not have thoroughly anticipated. What would happen next for the last few years? Here's you see. The streamer has been recruiting Oscar level. Show runners writers actors and directors to develop original films. TV show several of which have gone on to win awards. It's their strategy airing higher quality programs than their rivals to help them keep subscribers from fleeing to growing streaming competition from Amazon Apple Disney H. B. The ob at and a whole host of others and Oscar winning or at least Oscar worthy films should tempt users into subscribing right well that strategy gene assessment dated a supportive relationship with Hollywood's best so it paid big name stars like grey's Anatomy showrunner Shonda rhimes and glee producer Sir Ryan Murphy. Hundreds of millions of dollars to come into the net flicks fold and it promised artists director. David Vernay that the company would be. They're are safe home. A Production House dedicated to shepherding their finest creative work so when Netflix announced the speed tests. The question quickly arose should viewers be allowed to speed through shows. Made with such care. Some of Hollywood's a-list reacted with outrage. No just as soon as the speed up was out the streaming. The giant crashed into hardcore criticism from actor. Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad Fame and writer director Judd appetite according to the New York Times Erin. Paul tweeted there is is no way. Netflix will move forward with this. That would mean they are completely taken control of everyone else's art and destroying it. Netflix is far better than that and appetite. Appetite threatened to call quote every director and show Creator on Earth to fight net flicks. The Times reported some users have applauded net flicks for putting speed control roll into the hands of viewers but given the verbal version of rotten tomatoes. That talent has thrown at the company. The new feature isn't likely to stay for now. It seems you'll have to content yourself with watching shows at normal speed maybe rather than trying to accelerate life even more. You could take up meditation. Probably a show for that. You know on Netflix. From wondering wondering this is business wars daily. We hope you listen to our site business news at normal speed and if you like this episode hit that subscribe button so you never miss a day pay fast astronaut already. Wouldn't you say thanks a bunch. I'm David Brown. And we'll see you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney bowes shipping and mailing from. Your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney. Bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month send envelopes flats packages right from your PC and and you were back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit. PB dot com slash rush V._W.. Daily that's P._B..

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Instagram Takes Action on Dangerous Weight Loss Ads

Business Wars Daily

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Instagram Takes Action on Dangerous Weight Loss Ads

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney goes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily in from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September twenty. Fifth instagram is about `bout to look a lot different for people under eighteen. The social media platform says he will no longer allow kids to see social media posts and ads promoting weight loss ause products in plastic surgery. It also take down altogether any ads that promise unrealistic changes like products that promise to make you lose is wait overnight. The platform is asking anyone concerned about misleading posts to report them to the platform for investigation instagram's new policy changes also affect facebook which owns instagram a corporate spokeswoman said they're cracking down on influence peddling diet and detox products out of concern for young people and to reduce the pressure that people can sometimes feel as a result of social media the move comes following campaigns by advocates for the body body positive movement including British actress Jamila Jameel Jimmy o one of the stars of the TV show. The good place has been working with instagram for months. She and others were concerned. That unrealistic airbrushed photos of influencers along with ads for unsafe unregulated products were harming social. Media media users especially teenagers. Jimmy runs an advocacy campaign called. I way which works to persuade people to value themselves for achievements in relationships relationships rather than appearance. Jimmy called out celebrities like the Kardashians advertising unproven weight loss products including teas and appetite suppressant lollipops products promising miracle weight loss or detox often include laxatives which can be dangerous when used incorrectly but but policing social media as everyone knows is hardly foolproof earlier this year instagram promised to remove misleading anti vaccine posts from the platform but two months later the Hashtag vaccines kill still appeared as a top result search on back scenes. CNN reported Pinterest instagram's the biggest rival also blocks weight loss in related ads but it goes further in July as we reported right here pinterest posted numerous evidence based exercises exercises intended to help people with anxiety and depression rowing understanding about the power of social media to influence young people is important so too are the moves moves instagram and Pinterest or making as actress Jamila Djamil told the BBC The new instagram policies a huge win in her fight against the Diet Detox Industry St last week on Highways Instagram page demille posted quoting here greedy influencers who pushed toxic products after find another way to scan the innocent people who follow from one is business wars daily. Hey listen collect this episode share with Prince and detection email a social media post or carrier Pigeon David Brown back. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sen pro online from pitney bowes with WPRO. Online is just click sand and save for as low as is four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your PC and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit pb dot com slash B V._W. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

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Sorry Again, Charlie: Starkist Penalized $100 Million for Price Fixing

Business Wars Daily

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Sorry Again, Charlie: Starkist Penalized $100 Million for Price Fixing

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the from wonder I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Tuesday September twenty four remember this sorry Charlie Yep that's Charlie the famous starkist tuna who was wrong about everything he ever said we shared his famous phrase with you you late last October after star Kist pled guilty to federal felony charges of price-fixing along with competitors Bumblebee and chicken of the sea the company company had colluded to falsely keep prices high for two years between twenty eleven and twenty thirteen that was a real problem for retailers and consumers since the three companies any supply four fifths of all the canned tuna eaten in the US. The case has been under investigation for years last week. Federal judge finally handed star Kist a one one hundred million dollar fine for its actions one hundred million dollars. The maximum penalty allowed by law. The fine was a disappointment to star Kist which should complain to financial hardship and asked to pay only fifty million but the hardship argument didn't sway. US District Court Judge Edward Chen who said in effect sorry sorry Charlie. It's possible that greed was the motivation for the price fixing scheme but desperation may have also played a row remember when tuna sandwiches were almost as popular populars. PB and J. in school lunches will not so much anymore. Over the three decades that ended in twenty-six tuna sales declined by almost forty percent according to the Wall Street Journal title the paper reports that millennials are turning away from processed foods in droves last year star Kist Marketing and Innovation Executive told the journal a lot of millennials. Don't don't even own can openers with no can openers and millennials kitchen doors both star-kist the industry leader and Bumblebee are struggling Bumblebee which earlier paid twenty five million dollars in fines is reported to be considering bankruptcy. Both companies were allowed to pay their penalties interest free over five years but star. Kist which is a subsidiary of a Korean company called Dongwon group has also warned that it may lay off some of its twenty six hundred employees. It's also weighing whether to move a plant from American Samoa to Thailand Star. Kist says the investigation is now officially over but it is hardly the end of high profile price-fixing vice fixing investigations in the food business in July. The Department of Justice launched a criminal investigation into alleged price-fixing in the chicken industry. It is investigating instigating whether poultry giant Tyson foods and pilgrim's pride among others colluded to keep those prices artificially high if the allegations turn out to be true you the chicken industry doesn't have its tuna compatriots possible reasons for pushing prices higher chickens after all aren't processed food and so the poultry poultry providers can't blame their problems on the dearth of can openers and millennials kitchens. I'm wondering this is business wars daily. Hey if you like keeping up with a different business rivalry every day going to give five star rating reviewing favorite podcast stat which it it really helps new listeners and for that we thank I David Brown will be back with you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by Centro. Oh online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with Sunpro online from Pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right right from your PC and you are back to business in no time try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit. PBA EH DOT com slash B W daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

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Ubisoft announces Watch Dogs: Legion, Rainbow Six Quarantine, and more

Latest In Tech News

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Ubisoft announces Watch Dogs: Legion, Rainbow Six Quarantine, and more

"You'll Hymie have access your own game subscription library of over one hundred Ubisoft games, and all of their deal sees it will include early access, and new releases like watchdogs, allegiance. It'll launch on September third in twenty twenty. It'll be playable on Google Stadio also roller champions is a skill based team PB p sports game. Interesting concept, I can see them borrowing a lot of elements from rocket Louis, but rollerblade type thing. So I'm kind of interested to see what exactly is going to go on. They have a gameplay trailer that goes along with it. You'll be able to pre play a pre alpha demo for the next few days on PC. Also, those of you wondering about rainbows six wealth. Quarantine is the next version to come out is a three player tactical player versus enemy coop game coming in early. Twenty twenty looks scary almost like a horror game. We'll see how it turns. Out. They just dropped first gameplay details. So but if you're not really up to that, and you're more up the dancing just dance is still dancing. And so as we laid game in a series just dance twenty twenty is coming to switch PS four Xbox One stadia. And we yeah. You heard that, right. A. We game twenty nineteen also who mobile strategy game called Tom Clancy's, elite squad will bring characters from multiple Clancy franchises together. So you can almost put together Sam Fisher in rainbow six dude, whoever else. We want to guess team up fun. Also, the division two will be free to play from June thirteenth to the sixteenth. The games first major update DC outskirts expedition will kick off in July with episode one sending you to places like the national zoo episode to that they plan on dropping this fall will send you to the Pentagon and episode three will send you back to New York City in early. Twenty twenty. One more division news tidbit the upcoming movie directed by David Leach will be produced with net flicks. And it's going to be a little bit different. So don't expect it to be exactly what you're used to from playing in the game. So, yeah, if you're interested in division two, but you have June thirteenth start and you have until the sixteenth of play and just get tastes get a feel for the division to see if this game you want to enjoy. And obviously, if it is while good for you. You finally have the deal sees coming up. A couple of weeks later, also assassin's creed odyssey will be getting story creator and discovery tour mode, so yeah, you can make your own assassin's creed missions, including dialogue, and branching pathways and share it with others. It's an open beta starting today discovery tour lets you wander ancient Greece unhindered by enemies learning all about its history. Man. Let me tell you. They did a good job researching looking into everything. So looking forward to that rainbow six sieges next season. Operation phantom site will be out today as well. For honor has a new limited time event called shadows of the hit the Curie available all this week adventure time is finally crossing over with berol Hala, so Jake Finn, and Princess, bubblegum will be added to the game as playable characters. Plus a new buddy match type where you can play two characters at once the update is available today. They're playable for free until June twenty fifth, and then they're going to go behind a little box pay. While on you'll have to pay for it. So. You. We saw stupid anyways. Also, it's always sunny in Philadelphia actors are working with Ubisoft on TV comedy about video game development. So. Mythic quest Raven's Bank went is a television show that he cast mate. Charlie day are putting together with UB. It'll be comedy for apple TV plus about game development. Just put it on YouTube red, please, not apple TV, plus, plus signs, anyways, any case. You're all wondering the thing that kind of summed, it all up on stage for Ubisoft as it was while John Byrne. Paul brought a dog onstage. Now, the dog that John apparently talked about the upcoming ghost recon break point. That's coming at Tober fourth. The game will include AIT might for solo players as part of its post launch plan. It also have an official community for ghost recon fans called ghost recon delta company, the dog will want a beta of ghost recon break point on September fifth,

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Riot Games reveals Mordekaiser's new abilities

Latest In Tech News

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Riot Games reveals Mordekaiser's new abilities

"We finally have some gaming news and it's the title I messed up on a way back when while yours your first look at league of legends. Moi Decatur, and I did again, more Decatur rework now. It's been on the cards for a while now while champion producer rive in Mireles announced, now that the master of metal would be getting a new look earlier this year, he's needed a change for significantly longer than many of, you know, I think he did do an earlier tack. I swear Hughes rework not too long ago. While we now have a better idea of what form that will take any post earlier today. The developer gave us our first look at the champions, new abilities while significant chunks of his kit are pretty standard there undergoing some major changes, either his w nor his e will remain the same after the update the most notable change. However, is to his alternate ability, while Mordecai, there has been in the past able to conjure ghostly version of the champions are dragons that he. He helps to kill that set to change Mordecai's new ultimate realm of death is the solo Lanier's dream, letting him take on a champion of his Tuesday in one on one battle to death while but further ado, let's take a look at those new abilities now is passive is called darkness rise mortifies, basic attacks deal. Bonus magic damage after three attacks against the champion darkness rises deals damage to nearby enemies in gives movement speed until more. Kaiser is out of combat his Cuba's called obliterate Mordechai slams down his Mace dealing damage in an area or bonus damage to a single enemy is w is indestructible the evil overlord absorbs twenty five percent of damage taking in damage dealt casting once generates a shield with this value. Mortifies can cast again to consume fifty percent of the shield for health is e is now called death grass. It's a passive where he gained twenty five percent. Magic. Penetration. I guarantee you that was going to be changed in passionate Donald, but if it's active a deadly claw Drake's enemies towards him dealing damage now. What about his new alternate are well, Rahm of death. Mordechai banishes, a single enemy champion to the death realm for a seven second, one v one ceiling eight percent of their core stats if he kills his target, he consumes, their soul keeping their partial stats until they respond now to be honest relocate with that, while the Q N W particular, pretty much the same but desk, grap desk, grasped should help offer some much needed crowd control. Now. What the heck kind of ultimate exists borrows pretty heavily from the yu-gi-oh animated series shadow round, but well gloss over that in favor of the seven second one v one net. Mortifies challenges his enemies to interesting to see how that plays out. It's really anybody's guess, but it will certainly be fun to seed in action as for one you'll be taking your own trip to the death realm kind of uncertain right now. But it's very possible. We could be getting our first look in the lead up to patch nine point one to so keep your eyes on the PB next week. So who seven second one one against Moore to Kaiser? All my goodness. Does that mean I can play Garin I can queue silence smash with alternate with sword raining down from above going up to the rings. Why won't get any stats from that? Bubby. Pretty awesome one v one. Nobody also see or will they see it. But they won't be able to do anything about it, because we'll be immune to interacting with them until seven seconds are up. Interesting rework the to be sure of. Is that apply to now? Dragon and barren or is it just the civically champions, while? We'll find out more, obviously wants me no

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"pb" Discussed on BadRNG

BadRNG

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"pb" Discussed on BadRNG

"So stay tuned for that. The ball has pete's in this alone you shall enjoy final fantasy tad boy. I'm excited that's going to be wild. Save often save often. Yes that's going to be a wild one. I'm looking forward to it though can nail it but nice speed running such an awesome topic. It's so oh accessible. It's so fun to watch. It's so fun to do like just just get into it. That's all check it out like it might not be your company but there's only one way to find that out and check it out the sit down and you know try it out like I think that was one of the things that really kind of brought my and I get asked a lot by my community entity all might switch channel now. Because I've always been sort of a variety streamer but I got in the speed running a few years ago and every so often I are people asking me. Why run blue man right now like what happened in blue man runs what happened? Zan gets who runs and it's like you know you're right. I should be doing this. I am not. I gotTA get back to Shovel Knight Myself. I'm sort of doing a speed run though right now. A game crunch. I am trying to beat a bunch of games in one year. So it's sort of like a giant speed run in itself It's an adjacent thing definitely. Yeah but I think this was. Alex is also topic. I it's it's great like we're all speeder. Owners air quotes like we've all done runs. Where all super familiar with the community? I I think this was a great conversation. I hope you guys enjoyed it as much as we enjoyed having the conversation. Yeah I think we'll come back to this point absolutely. I definitely think we should i. Oh I think I think. Speed running can be talked about multiple times over because they're so much to talk now. What we'll do is just had the next podcast about speed running? We'll just play the final fantasy ten speeder on on the screen in the background. And then we'll just talk for that entire time. I think we can do in ours. I think we could do it. I think we could do it. It ended up being a me Mathon by our nine. But by our NAI- it'd be mean with auto with us. It would be me madam by like fifteen minutes nine. Yeah they mean room back in final fantasy nine you said people. Yeah night threatened to leave all right. I'm still working to fancy ten. We're going to set a great PEBA. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get a great P.. But in a good peanut butter her. I love peanut butter but have you guys enjoyed the podcast. Remember to you know. Give us a good review. If you're listening on I tunes tunes I think is the only one that has a rating system which is weird. Make sure to smash that like button until just smashed until it doesn't work so no one else can get any like the bill just mash all the buttons like a like a kid on a piano hit them all. Every time you hit a button are high score goes up but if you do want to check out some speed runs and you listen to any of us you could always check out. One of us on twitter twitched not twitter by. We're not running twitter. They go on twitter and ask us. What's a cool speed run like? I'm sure like I. Will I promise if you tweet me and ask me for speed run recommendation. I'll send send you something I'm Gonna I'm GonNa do we. All we all have good runs out. We've seen I we love it. I'll pull something out of my game sack. I'm going to do that and I'm going to do that and pat. It's is going to be like ten really over game stack. It was just a sack back with sack. You guys have filthy minds. You're the one who died laughing over there but transposed I supposed to table them but we're laughing at your laugh it just makes us seem like idiots what I was going for. Well we ruined it. Welcome to life. Thanks that were who all of us but you can follow us on twitter. You're they'll they'll be down into description. Joined the discord. You know there's another place you could talk to us about speed running the entire section in our in our discord four-speed robby do we. You do Hit US up. See Check it out. That'll be that'll be in the link down below and you know of course you know. Keep listening Yankee Blizzard. We'll have another episode two weeks. I'm not going to give away what it is yet. And the reason I'm not as I don't remember what it is we're GONNA have to check the spreadsheet on that one in the meantime just go back and listen to all the other podcasts. We actually have a good amount of content out now. Four five hours of content. This is episode five or so and also if you're going to go back and listen to the old episodes as we said in episode one. Make sure you stop the Stop Episode One and play Shovel Knight. Yeah Yeah and then you could go back to listening to the time has convoluted on this podcast. Heroes of old phasing in and out. But uh-huh.

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"pb" Discussed on BadRNG

BadRNG

16:34 min | 1 year ago

"pb" Discussed on BadRNG

"Sealer. Don't even know what to say. I committed hard to that bit but my headset wasn't coming off though people I still WanNa leave by the way. I'm here under protest protest. Yeah I'm here on. That's what P. B. is its protest but but like Oh my God. I think it's interesting too because I know a lot of people I've had a I've had a few people ask the questions because I've asked people you know what questions nations have about speed running and you know just as a general topic And a lot of times you have people for example with games that are randomized randomized. While how do you do a speed run of the game. That's random and it's you know it goes back to like seeds and stuff the seeds that you can put in so that it's a consistent experience for everybody who runs it. Yes you're comparing. And that's kind of deal with categories to yes like how do you know ooh like. How does it any percent runner compete with one hundred percent runner? They don't their income. That's why does the how does the NFL compete with the MLB LV. They don't it's completely different games. That's true. There's there's so much more that goes into one hundred percent or any percent run third pardon basically playing two different games. Yeah the the category I. It's the same. It's kind of the same Ideas that you got the you got the category in the seat is essentially creating the car category for you for certain games like you. Can't I don't know I don't know that that would ever work because otherwise 'cause then you could have somebody who got to see that was just like God tear seed versus the guy that got poopie butts right here instinct. Gomo D- yeah so. Yeah so there has to be some sort of consistency there to make sure that everybody's on a level the playing field. You don't want to give anybody you know some sort of advantage free and the gate and that doesn't seem like it's more for randomized. It seems more about like in like in in the moment competition. Like we're GONNA play the same seed right now as opposed to like. Let's see who can get the best time on the see. I don't see that General Israel about races and like at that point it becomes more about just general game knowledge. Like where can you go. Where does where does the logic dictate where I should go? Based on the things I've seen so far what's the best place for me to go moving forward like what is my best next step and a lot of that comes down to both milliard the irony with the game with the items with the world and just how the the random eiser itself works. Yeah liked to give an idea of something. That's kind of in the the same vein We talked about this game. Two weeks ago when we were talking about the Co op experience. We were talking about risk rain too. Risky and too has A game mode called the PRISMA trials. Yes and it is a instance where everybody is getting the same level the same way. Same Items James. Everything is exactly the same. It's how fast can you complete it and it's sort of like the here's speed run here run race So so in that. That's kind of how that works for Games like that. Like if you just played risk rain the experience you have the first time it's going to be completely different than the fifth time. Yeah so but if you play that prisoners trial every time it's going to be exactly. has that consistency so that everybody can do it. And you can compare times now because okay. Well what did you do differently than I did So I think I I. I've noticed a lot of those games. Like the rogue lights and the rogue rogue lights have done to kind of give them the opportunity to be on the speed running platform. 'cause it's such a huge platform. Yeah I mean even even binding of Isaac has stuff like that with the daily challenges because they'll have a daily where changes every day. Every player gets the same run. And then you're ranked on score and time. Yeah I mean it's less about the the time than it is about the score because you know you waste a lot of time getting a high score. Yeah that's how that game goes but the fact that it's it's competitive at all says something. Yeah so yeah yeah. So why. Don't can we take this into another direction. Let's let's do a little question and answer okay. What's a what's a speed run like either game or type or category in general? That didn't didn't appeal to you that you are now. A big fan of WHO. That is really tough argue so you have to. I was really not into. RPG's speed wrong. Final fantasy. To- I thought I thought it was kind of like arbitrary and pointless like you're skipping all this dialogue the people's worked so hard to write for you and now you know kind to go against the idea of the game and it's not a game that's really conducive to speed running. Having it just felt wrong to me and I felt like people will like it. But it's not like until you watch it where you like can respect the the amount of planning that goes into it. Yeah well there's the planning which is really impressive. You know like and it takes a certain endurance as well. You gotta you gotTa have put a lot of eggs in one basket but It's the people actually kind of turned it around for me because I don't I don't want to say that I think like you know. Final fantasy is is like scripture that must spear respected but I got the impression like you know. They didn't really like the Games they were just trying to finish them fast for like e cred and now I see like the people run final fantasy games love them. Yeah like absolutely love them and they know everything about them. This is the only way to push further at this point. Yeah in that way now I see him like wow. That's really cool. And every time I watch one I learned more about these games. I thought I knew everything about yeah. I think it's interesting too two because while you know pat was talking about that one of the things I brought up was I brought up persona five speed runs and they're like sixteen hours long and it brings up another topic of speed running. which is the segmented runs? Yes I have to assume with a sixteen hour and fifteen eighteen minute run. It had to be segmented like there's no I don't see people I at least I could not sit there for sixteen hours straight playing one game and and be coherent enough to make sure I make literally zero mistakes. I don't think I could but I do believe the people have done. I I believe that has absolutely. That's that's frigging nuts. One of my favorite things that I see on here though is the fact. That and I've this is the first time I've ever seen this. This is John I see it on. Exactly Dot com is hard drive type. Yeah they let you know like who had a solid state driver's regular standard hard drive. That's hilarious areas. DADS can I mean. But it's good that they keep that in mind they're like you know you're low times are going to be shorter with that solid state. So let's make sure we make that clear. Let's aspect of don't quite understand but I know is like a thing that's been addressed as load times like a lot of runs. When they calculate the time they take out load times uh-huh and like I don't know if the person verifying it like sits there with a stop watch I think has to do with like in Gametime some games in game time and there's a lot of in game same time but there was? There was a video I was watching speaking of of hard-drive types This is something else that goes into speed running. And that's Version differences differences. Yeah I was watching Actually Carl jobs video yesterday about Super Mario Odyssey and he was talking about how you could skip the Do Tutorial Moon in the very beginning of the game. It's like I've you know five six minute time. Save where you don't have to do this. Stupid little mini game but then when they the first patch that came in like four days after the game came out. made it so that you couldn't do that like you could still skip it. But you couldn't activate the first boss until you had picked that up okay. So anyone who had gotten the game after. That point wasn't able to do that. Skip ever so like the version. Differences played a big part in that. As well which you like you'll see a lot of games like older games where the one point over and is still available. Yeah then you know a lot of a lot of things. We played on that because the head with the legacy mode they have the legacy mode of the game. So there's the different categories of the run based on the version that you're playing side but there's like that's really interesting like the one point over since the one point. One one point to like which skips in time saves are available on which version is actually really interesting. Yeah and a lot of games like if if any of you were ever interested in speed running like speed Ron dot com. Great Place to go to look at like speed runs watched some speed see games that you enjoy and a lot of lakes so the communities and stuff so yeah the people directly like from my experience with speed running and interactions with speed run communities. They are amazing. Ninety nine times out of one hundred super welcoming. They relish helping new players because like they want to be the best but they want to be the best of a lot of people. Yeah they don't WanNa be the best of like two or three people that are running the game. They want a big being like keepers of the flame to like. You're you're the super fans nail like you're the ones who are going to keep it going or nobody's GonNa play this game anymore. Yeah but basically you're GONNA BE RON DOT COM. They're gonNA find your favorite game game. You're going to go to the forum and you're gonNA find the discord link that's how you get into and the thing is and then just play the game like part of what I was going to you now. Now a little bit allude to is again with speed running. There's a lot of parameters Sometimes that you need to follow in order to validate your run For example I know for like Shovel Knight. They expect you to have visa INC on or off. I can't remember which needs to be believe you know and the thing is for example. I had a run. That was invalidated on. I didn't even realize when I did it But Mu brought to my attention is when I did the speed run. I have a one hundred and forty four Hertz Monitor and I had it set to one hundred forty four hertz hurts while the problem is when you run the game with v Sync Shovel Knight will occasionally speed up or slow down and basically like I remember you. Having having that problem I remember watching you B. Ly I moving so what is happening. Why is this the game you know would speed up and slow down based on the refresh rate of the Monitor so there are games? That'll have those things in place so that again it's that everybody is getting the exact same experience making ensure that it's that even playing field everybody goes in the same way. See what you can make happen But I definitely encourage people to go check check out the various you know. Go find a community to join speed. Running is like even if you don't do it yourself. It's so fun to watch. And if even if it's it's something that you're not quite ready to join a community or anything like that there's plenty of events that happen you can check out games done quick on twitch day typically events happening RPG limit break always has events happening.

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"Well you'll see people using trainers and it's like maybe. Maybe I can do this or try this out. I remember the first time I I had an idea in a in a blood-stained Ron Kaz as I run Categories and get Su only plays just the one character Remember on this one level. I was like I wonder if I can walk off of this platform at form and do a front flip onto the stairs below and just kind of walk. My Way through the game will register it as a death because there's another staircase staircase that has a similar incidents where you're sort of like off screen but not fully off screen and if you do that if you hit up you'll walk some for some reason it registers it as if you were walking down the steps so you go to the next screen and if you hit down you'll die. I like if you hit down to go down the steps you'll die but if you hit up you'll go to the next screen. I don't know why that is. I have to talk to the people on the bloodstain. Discord but teams are weird I wonder if that same idea would work here and sure enough it did. I was like okay so I don't know if this is with it. All staircases or just certain sets of staircases. I haven't tested everywhere but there's certain areas where it makes sense in a speed run. And that's that's this kind of thing I was I was referring to where like you know somebody will do something random and then other people will look for other opportunities to use it to save time. Yeah it's crazy it's fascinating end up finding this stuff so it may for the sake of argument guy not actually my position. Oh you know what what's with all these dumb glitches like this doesn't look like a real video game you're zipping through like garbage textures and stuff. That's not a video game. Can't you play it normal. That's why we got categories. Folks I you know I can understand that sentiment I tend to I tend to go mainly towards glitches categories. I think it really depends on the game at dot. Yeah by I think it's how far you break the game to like that. That plays a huge factor to me is how far you breaking this game. Aim But I. I love that. There are so many categories out there and a lot of people don't like it they say kind of like decentralizes it and all that there's some fair arguments arguments to make. I don't know to me speed. Running isn't a thing that's like sports league or like a real competition. It's it's it's just this weird eared. Arcane Bullshit that we love you know in that way Kinda reminds me like open source. Software like people collaborate on a thing to try to make something that will help people. But if you don't like the way it's going then you just fork that some bitch and you make your own direction you WanNa take it and speed runners do that like Oh i. Don't I don't like this glitch. I think it's not fun and don't use it. There's going to a different big whoop. Yeah and I again I find it so fascinating because in damn near every game it's ever evolving like you see. I think it was with wind. Waker they had like ten year oh the barriers barriers escape when they finally found the barriers. Give it been like ten years since anybody had done anything like substantial in that game and then all of a sudden here it is and there was something similar in in Shovel Knight recently. It seemed like Shovel Knight was kind of at that point. Where all right the Max you're gonNA save is like five ten seconds like being being perfect like getting perfect orangey with the bosses and stuff like that? No you're saving may be like ten twenty seconds Max but then I auden is all of a sudden. Some people started testing new ways. About going about the wrong they're like you know what instead of using orbs and using using you know conjurers coat I'm GonNa go by the coin and try using there and see how the coin can optimize my and then all of a sudden everything changed a lot of that had to do with the. The task is a task that came out about a year and a half ago. That was heavily reliant on the coin there and just abused shit out of the coin. It was just awesome. Yeah until we're figured out the setups. Yeah it was all about figuring out Ken. Ken a human do it or is it just testing which is part of what you were talking about is. Some of the things that has does the inputs are happening so quickly like frame by frame so quickly that it's just not plausible possible for a human to do but then some people you find these passes and you're like you know what might be like. It might not all be plausible but some of it is really. It was just important to tag tass videos tasks like who thought that was. That was the solution and I think apple bristled against that idea like that's not enough and I was like. Oh yeah this this. So on the subject of the history of speed runs in general. What's the there's a youtube channel that does world record histories and you? No one username summoning saw running salt. Yes and since he started doing he does a good job. He does a good job since he's started doing it. A seen other people start to do it for their games. And I think that's great 'cause like we've talked about game preservation stuff like that but kind of part of it is the history too. Yeah I'm not saying. We got to save every drama post but like now although we will we will cause the Internet never forgets. It turns out the Internet's full of people and people suck but but let's talk about how they don't i. Yeah no it's it's neat to see like the these things happened and we have a history because like you know the Internet is still real life and there was There was one. I just watched The other day from I think it was a golden eye runner. Karl jobst yeah. He's he's actually gotten into like the history of speed running kind of thing and I know Goose are white. Goose did a lot of like golden eye years. There's a lot of controversy in in in the In the Golden Goldeneye community with the one level. What is it that Bunker Bong is the one runway? Maybe the one one that's on like you're up in the air and you're on like all the cat wallet the cradle radio. That's what it is. Yeah I couldn't think of the name of it. Yeah Yeah it's been it's been a long time but there's there's a lot but there's some interesting history there there one in particular. He does one on both the sixteen star and the seventy star route and the discoveries that lead to Super Mario Sixty four being able to be beaten with sixteen and then eventually elite Zero Stars is actually insane. The game expects you to grab seventy in order to be able to beat the game but you just kind of abuse like the games the way that it loads certain things and the way that it calculates Mario speed. You combine those two things to skip three doors career. And then you're at the final boss within like fifteen minutes like it's insane and people still run and all these different ways to like one of the most run games out there at the like we found ways to get past these barriers and have less stars and some people like Nah. I don't WanNa play the old West. Don't WANNA play seven. And that's Hunky Dory in fact I propose there should be a sixty sixty nine star route in which you still play a lot of the game. You get the nice sex number but then you still do the glitch to get past the stairs very a year nice a prize sex number. I would not be surprised if there is a category hope there is. I mean I Super Mario Bros three has offered. It's like there are there. Are there. Wild categories. That are a lot of fun. I think. One of my favorite named categories. And like once you understand the mechanics canucks of it it. It makes sense but my favorite named category is the legend of Zelda. No up a no. No no of a is like one of my favorite favorite category qualifiers. Like that's like you're like so I can't hit up or a like that doesn't make any sense. Yeah no it was something to do with it. Reloaded loaded the game like a reset the game or setting up at the same time on the S. and there's a category where you don't do that. Yes why is called no up. I looked up sixty nine star thing and it's wonderful. There's probably a joke. But the first result was new world record six Super Mario Sixty four sixty nine stars in four hours and twenty minutes and then my phone shut off. You know that should be. They should be the world record and it should never be touched they should just have that playing on twitches front page wherever that video. Heck that should be the only video on Netflix. Every episode of Black Mirror is just VAT well. I think it's interesting too. Because like the the the the speed running community unity in a lot of ways has brought about some interesting things that we're seeing them do now with like randomize speed runs and stuff like that like I just watched a video the other day Shout out the Grand Poo bear. Love this guy. The reacts who you're talking about to react now not the not the reaction video the but you should check out his podcast as well. It's called the world podcast. You should check that out then He's a good dude But he was playing a Rom. Hack called secretive. Mario and like the interest green looks like the secret of monitoring. I saw that that thumb nodding and a chance to watch the video. So it's the first. Mario may air the first Super Mario World Rom Hack doc where if you die in the level the level randomize itself and you have to do it again and it's all different and it was so cool to watch but you know like I can't wait to see these guys try speed running like these levels where it's constantly changing on you and that that's interesting part of speed running. How many different things can happen as we said different categories when you go into like Super Mario World though like there's there's a history three of dying to see the R. N. G. Like on the the Wendy fights anytime you fight Wendy and Super Mario World if you die then you'll always? He's got the same pattern that second time so I can see that being an actual strat an intentional death in order to to see the the level. Oh Yeah I get the like. It might be faster to die for times and get this version of the level than it would be to play either of the other three. That's a weird thing that that comes about and speed on where it's actually advantageous to you to waste time. Yes so that you can get out faster result in the end. Yeah that that is pretty. It's it's pretty intuitive but it also makes a weird sort of sense. Yeah because you don't. I mean obviously the speed runners because they've done it both ways you sat down and you've gone with whatever that random set of orangey is going to be for that battle. And then they did it the other way where you take the intentional death and see where it tation you're like like wow. This actually saves me time so you find that. Yeah like little fine tuning is such a big part of speed running. Now I'll be here the word optimization being thrown out Ettelaat I haven't I'll be the first one that saying I haven't done a ton of it. I think the Games I've done it for the most probably been bloodstained and curses is in chaos and even curses in chaos. I've I've looked at it and been like I can still do more like I. Currently I believe I haven't checked it in a while but I think I still hold the world record in both categories in in Any percent and good good ending but even when I look at them I'm like there are still things as I do. Hear that improve it and I still think that me and you need to do the Co op percent. I'm an dude that there's is just another one to deny percentage there but there's there's like very little optimizations a lot of these games. Add up over a long period of time. Time like for example Shovel Knight. That's the run. I'm probably most familiar with because that's the one I put the most time into there's an optimization where you never never swing your shovel while you're on the ground you just don't because in if you're on the ground you start moving if you're in the air you don't so so you just don't swing your shovel while you're on the ground and if you do you jump immediately after so you can get a little bit of your momentum back. Yeah but it's like little weird things like that that. Is that what they call shovel canceling. That is shovel cans. Yeah Shovel. Cancelling is a big part and like like an animation. Canceling in general is like a big part of those games. Like you look at Dark souls three. They have a the ember animation cancelled. Yes it's it's weird like these little optimizations optimizations that come through. That might save a second second and a half but that second second and a half you know that might be all the time you need for world record or new. PB or whatever. The equals personal. Best for those who aren't versed in the lingo. Is that what it stands for. Yeah well now peanut butter. I always thought it was peanut butter now but I I thought it was peanut butter too but then I got a new and I didn't get any peanut butter so I was like. Why am I even doing this without the peanut butter? That's and then I right online and was personal best. I was like Oh. I'm doing this for the wrong reasons. That's why I'm still hungry. I thought it was all right. Good good bye guys. I'm leaving.

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12:41 min | 1 year ago

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"That's been like my bedtime stuff now as I watch content and that's take my bedtime bedtime show Natto says is my my lullaby sound but like I think it's interesting. 'cause there's all the various forms of speed running to like there's the depending on the game. There's ten categories in some games. Maybe two WHO and others I think all of us do a little bit of speed running at least like to some degree. Do some speed running. Like I've got a couple a couple of games What four before? I don't even remember anymore. I just Shovel Shovel Knight Bloodstained forgot about bloodstain. And I think that's it. Yeah I think you're right. I well I did CUP head like twice. That's tougher on. I think I'm on. I'm on the leaderboard somewhere but I don't know where I haven't looked at it since I did there on. But as as far as categories go I feel like there there are there are two main ones. There are two main categories to speed runs. Like you'll see different variations on this in different games. Like take Super Mario Sixty four. You have Six categories sixteen star. You have seventy star. You have zero star. You have one hundred twenty star and those are just like based on on the intended mechanics of the game near the two main categories that we're looking at are the anti percent and the one hundred percents do beat the game as quickly as possible and and do everything in the game as quickly as possible everything and then whatever. The game defines or the community defines one hundred percent. Yeah that was that those are the thing. What does the two major categories that you're looking at for just about any run with curses and chaos? That was the thing With the way I played that game. 'cause the interesting part about that game is if you do the it's it's it's called good ending which is the hundred percent In order to do the good ending you have to go through the anti percent run so like you can kind of do them in tandem so the mechanics Kinda go together to some degree in that game like okay. I can do this S. but what's weird about it is there's things and I fell and and it's one of the cool things about speed. Running is even though it may seem like they both would go the same way. They can vary pretty heavily like there's a part of there's a part of the curse curses in chaos run. Where if you're doing the one hundred percent run you're gonNA be doing a lot of menu in because you have to get a lot of money? I need to buy specific items so that you could finish this tree of items to get specific items for the end of the game right and it's like what three minutes of Menu I think more than that. I think when I did it it was like closer to five five minutes a straight manually. Because you're just basically reproducing items selling those items items are selling the item that you get out of combining items for more money and then repeating that process over and over again to get enough money to buy all the items you need so that you have the the tree of all the items for anyone who doesn't have a whole lot of experience with speed running five minutes is just short of fucking eternity. Yeah sure it's not quite there yet but it's it's close especially for menu and that's a lot of a lot of menu wing and when you're talking about like an hour than I think. That run was an hour and forty five minutes almost two hours like it was in that realm realm. So it's it's not long in the grand scheme but it's still a lot of time. Let's let's stick it out of the speed running context a little bit like five minutes in the menu. Like I do that all the time. Am I leave my menu up on final fantasy for days. Imagine if you were doing something the entire time. That's that's homework man. Yeah what's a sitting on the menu. You're maneuvering around it and the using your buttons Items and all that like there's not simple and that's that's the craziest part about. It is being so precise with it that you don't you know over-stepping item like a one too far and then you're buying the wrong item common. Now you've messed everything up and you've eaten now an extra thirty seconds out of your time because you're like crap. I lost that money now. Now I gotta deal with this. So so it's optimizing how you menu and that's assuming you can even recover it exactly sometimes like if you do it wrong right from the gate you blow it that it runs over. But what I was getting at is like for the like they kind of coincide with the percent and the one hundred percent button. If you're doing the anti percent you get menu together. You don't need it because you don't need those items so you're like I can skip this part. I just go straight to that boss do it. It's over and there's so much time save there and it's learning these little pieces of mechanics that I think are the fun parts of a lot of these games. Okay how do I do this. How do I do this? How do I do do that? Well one of my favorite parts about speed running is how much they just break the game down like you can like in the future you can take a look at some of these speed runs and use them as like what not to do guides when it comes to programming your game because there are a lot of shortcuts that these games take you know not having collision on certain walls not accounting for the player being able to do certain things and that it will enable them to break the game. It's they take these systems and they they bend them until they break. They find where the weak points are. And I think that's the most fascinating part about speed running like Every podcast have to talk about this game dark souls. There was a new skip. That was found bow a year and a half ago. That basically let you skip the first half of the game I didn't know it's called sends gates skip. Always okay. Yeah I do know that the death came glitch to stop the game from loading collision on certain objects. You can walk through a solid door like. That's that's insane to me. And the fact that the game was out for like six years before anyone found that wasn't found because they did something in similar in three I don't know which came first. Honestly I know three does have a desk cam glitch. 'cause I know the swamp skit yes ask because I know the first time I saw was with bubbles del Fuego and he did it with dark souls story and that was the first time I saw it so it was like I wonder if like like one coincided with the other they were like. Oh well you know. Maybe that's possible but they've been doing things like that since like dark souls to or with the The Sky walking boosting its game discovering. These things doesn't shock me. It's people can like coherently. Play a video game. Came with a in that state. Yeah and they're just like yeah. You know so you WanNa make sure just walk forward. You don't WanNA walk forward two and a half steps it's got to be two point. It was revived steps and sub Pixel sorcery and and they're just like totally fine with A. Well that's something funny enough that I was dealing with. Maybe we were little more than a week ago. I decided to. It'd been awhile since I did don any bloodstain Ron you know what let me just kind of dearest a little bit get myself back into the swing of things And there's an outbound skip on the second to last level of the game. There's an outbound rebound skip and you have to go so many screens. Basically you jump up to the staircase and when you go up the staircase you were supposed to go back up but when you get on the staircase you're getting on it off screen. I do remember that when that happens. You start walking up the steps and the game doesn't know what to do so it starts moving the screen around not knowing where to go and you have to input at the exact right time through these transitions if you basically. There's two things that'll happen and one happened to me more than the other which actually made it really entertaining was one thing is the game will soft lock. And you're you just. I have to go back a couple of levels and do it again. Or there's the The other one where every so often you'll pop up in a different room. Because that's what's the idea. Is You skip a bunch of rooms in the level and you're right by the end right before the boss. You're I think three or four screens from the end boss of that level. But if you do it the other either way. You're like eight screens away but you're in this room where there's moving platforms and there's no ground and you just falls straight into into a pen and it's really funny to watch out and you're like well didn't get it right. That does when you look at like some of these skips one in particular that I'm thinking of is is really good. Used in Sonic Games like the old Sonic Games screen rat. Yes where you you basically under flow you're exposition and the game. Doesn't I know what to do for those of you. Who aren't familiar with the term under flow means that it's the value of something in the game? In this case your horizontal position Is goes below what it should be or what it's allowed to be and so what happens with that is an under flow turns into an overflow. Doug game aim doesn't know where to put you so just loops you to the end of the stage and then you went inside forcing you to the first area can find that makes sense. Yeah basically to the game I think of circle. You started at zero if you go to minus one. That's actually to fifty five coming the other way. Yeah so it just. It doesn't know where to put you so it sticks you at the end and they do a lot a lot of that. I think it's with Mayon to you'll where they yeah. They have the zips where you get stuck. They push themselves into basically the ceiling and it'll push she to the next open area after that so you'll see a lot of that an speed running. It's crazy crazy. Some of the stuff that these people figure out his nuts. Well that's the part. Ah I think that's the part that fascinates me the most is. I'll watch something. Perfect example is. We've shoveled at the moment. Yeah like who thought the try that like. That's the thing that fast. I think fascinates me. The most is like who thought that's an idea that I should try and then execute it and see what happens well. Well here's what I had this conversation with my wife all the time she's like how did they discover that and usually from my understanding what happens is it happens. Accidentally to somebody Somebo- something similar happens accidentally to somebody and then they posted on Reddit or they posted on Youtube. And they're like what happened and then the rest of the community was like. Oh well. Here's why it happened. And here's where else we can use it like for the the bubble. Wrap specifically you. You take a look at Bladder skip state where you can like. Come onto the screen above you in a different position than the game intended you to bubble wrap APP is pretty much that same thing. Yes where you come up onto the screen in a different spot than the game intends you and you can. You can skip a good chunk of that screen. And that's kind of the whole the point about it so like ladder skin make sense when you look at those two rooms together and so the next logical extension would be bubble. Wrap near as you can get off the top of that screen gene linked to rationalize these things in game like the way Shovel Knight POPs out after the bubble wrap it. It's almost like he got lost up here. All right right back to the show the Like I know part of it too is people who Kinda data mine it and they're like okay down some debt. Some people do some data mining find areas like that like I find that pretty interesting as well that people kinda take that route would that kind of goes into like tool system where they can play in Oh frame by frame and try things and not everything is human possible but they they start to find hints of things that the game does when it encounters certain situations and then that can be manipulated. Maybe maybe you can do it somewhere where you have more slack to to try and pull it off or whatnot. Yeah and you'll see a lot of people test ideas with like trainers and stuff like that..

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"pb" Discussed on BadRNG

BadRNG

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"pb" Discussed on BadRNG

"Saami thick sounds and we think Yo. Let's speed on this podcast but speed. Run the PODCASTS. podcasts couldn't inhale it. Why hello there? Hello another week is past or two weeks and I. That's the second you know. That's the second time I've done that on in a week has passed and it's biweekly and in two weeks. Well into the last time you did that. It definitely hasn't been twenty minutes since you said that definitely speeder. I met two weeks. We don't record to these at a time. No it's been quite a while since we've spoken. Which is why we're going to make a lot of references to things that you guys guys have said in the past two weeks? Yes definitely definitely so. Thanks for those things that you said. May We appreciate it all of them. We appreciate the feedback. It was all positive of you know I know this is possibly the best podcast. You've ever heard we appreciate that. You agree with us. We just want to say thank you. We we appreciate you. Welcome to the PODCAST. Everybody so we're back another week another topic this one being being another Alex topic. Yeah this one's me. We will speaking of you know what I realized that we haven't done since the very first episode will say we haven't introduced ourselves like we just kind of like here. We are. Now we're talking. Do we need to. I mean no but it seems appropriate and I'm the other voice. I'M A I I. I'm Alex Aka some chef dude. I'm a bomb s pizza and I am Frank Aka the Slonim and so there we go. That's out of the there we go now. We don't we speed around the introductions perfect segue you'll hear that again five in five episodes we save time by by doing it once every five up. It's it's it's not feasible to do it every episode when to do that. Skip but these in times. It's a decent time. Save when you're when you are able to get it. Maybe we should wear name tags. That's a good idea. Then now way we won't have to do it anymore I like this. Is this week's topic pick is this is something that's very close to me as Speed running I love speed running any kind of speechwriting. Give me the outbound around. The the glitch lists that any present one hundred percent. I don't Care Gimme a twenty minute run. GimMe a four hour on whatever as long as it's cool and I kinda understand what's going on. That's fine but watching a lot of those for plus our runs lately as as we're doing this podcast the RPG lyrics happening as as we are doing the podcast right now. Which I think the longest run? I will watch this week. And was the the ten hour. fanfest relay stayed up for that. It was an experience. Good good run I ever watched was the final fantasy seven the eight hours that was like eight and Dave Dave Stereo was on the final fantasy ten. Whoa he's the guy with the big eight hour any percents glitch Lewis final fantasy seven? That's like there's one hundred nder percent krono trigger Ron. I saw like some of this stuff is insane that people do but yes fee running is kind of just like intrinsically insane scene. Yeah it it really is. It really is like we talked about the topic. Just a tiny bit Kinda get get feelers as to where we wanted to go with with the podcast and stuff like that. Yeah there's a lot to talk about with stuff like that first question. That came up was what the speed running and I think that's an interesting question. Like where did it star for you and funny enough when Alex and I were talking about it I think I kinda shocked doc to you when I said that my response was shoveling shoveling was the first thing that really got me in the speed running because I've talked about this. I don't think I've ever talked about it on the podcast but something I've done for years. Is I have this. I have this I rich Roy condition whatever. It is a little creepy but every year. I'll play the Castellani Games on Black Friday today. Where are like my family would typically go out? They go shopping. And I'm just at home so I would sit there turn on iron maiden albums play Castleblaney Games and I love it. It's like one of my favorite things to do and I've been doing it for years but never really considered it speed running for one. I'd never seen a speed run. So I'm I'm just kind of doing this casually as a thing I do but the way it actually started was. I was playing Shovel Knight on stream and Alex is in the chat and I just I had just started a game. But he's like your beat it with just a shovel and I was like okay so through the whole game with the shovel and as it's like you know what that didn't take me that long. It wasn't that hard I think. Maybe I should try speed right. And that's where it began like the whole thing began there there. What about you guys? I think you've probably got a more concise answer I do. I have a very strong answer for that. The actually the the game that got me into speed running was super meat. KBOI The very first speed on I ever watched it was I think it was Gd Q.. Two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen one. Oh six percent run of super meat. Boy which is that games equivalent of one hundred percent and I was just like in all of this game and I went out and I picked it up like I started playing casually. Now's like you know this isn't that hard. I could probably do this. And so I picked it up and I think my my pb. I never actually ended up submitting. Any thinks they didn't record any runs because I didn't care it was mainly just for me but I beat it in twenty four minutes nice very anti present so so when we're saying getting into do you I mean like doing or just like just being interested in it as a whole sesame thing. It was the same game around that. Got Me Interested and then I ended up running that same game game. But that's not necessarily the case because I didn't do speed runs until like way after being interested in them and in reality I don't remember when I got into them like I was never like super into the Mike. Am now but for like years and years are a member like they were kind there are. That's neat seeing some Mike Tyson Zim Punch out one. Yeah there was always like that. What is it the speed demo archiving around for a long time like tool assistant ones were kind of out there? Yeah I remember when when tool assisted and RTA were like really like at odds with each other. And I'm glad that's over but that that was a time that existed and if you think about it like speed earnings always kind of been a thing like even before we call it that again. It's kind of in the arcade tradition of like people gathering around for that one guy who can just based out back game one quarter Fox only final destination. And you like like you. Have the score runs like you did with the Donkey Kong. You try to be the fastest to get to the Max score or the Max level in Pacman you know like the screen or whatever to it's always been a thing like humans are are naturally competitive yes and when you have a bunch of people playing the same game with the same metrics for success you're going to compare those metrics for success or I guess the flip side is if you love a game so much you keep playing it you gotta find a new way to make it interesting. Yeah urges I I feel like it's a natural thing to do. You just start like kind of trying to improve what you're doing yeah I think it's interesting because like I said I I feel like I got in the speed running Kinda late like me to feel like it it it had existed but sort of never ever really existed in the bubble that I was in like I never really seen it at bumped up against your bubble and then like bounced away. Yeah basically so then when it finally got in and I finally got the see it which I think was around the same time as you was around thirteen two thousand fourteen. I saw that like I saw my first. GD queuing what am I. Wo- yeah this fucking cool. Yeah yeah it was wild to see like a bunch of people doing all these different games because I think the scope of it before that would seem much more limited like Whoa guy can be Morio five minutes well before like you had those speed run marathons you had to like go out and look for a a game later. You would go on twitter YouTube. And you'd look for a Super Mario Sixty four or you'd look for super meat boy or you'd look for you know Mario Carter or whatever whatever and you had to go out and actively look for these different game speed runs whereas with Gd cue you could leave it on one twitch channel or one youtube channel and be exposed to a bunch of different kinds of speed runs and a bunch of of different strands. And you start to see some of the same like tech. That's being used across a lot of different different games. Actually animation canceling like all sorts of little time save you have like wall clips and like speed under flow and overflow. It's a lot of abuse of the programming. hixon jumps and sub pixel onto sorcery. It gets pretty like frame perfect and pixel perfect and like vertically perfect and it's it's it's like a lot. It's it's the kind of talk that used to be reserved for the fighting game community. And now you can do it for anything. It's it's impressive. Yeah I I think it's interesting that we've gotten to that point too because I have. I have to ask this question because I have a feeling I know the answer but I need to ask it anyway. D Have you guys had that moment where you just kind of veg out and you're like GDP huge or games. Quick Youtube Channel Play. Just keep Goin' is find a long video like. That's that's how I watched the final fantasy Esi seven speeder on the eight hour run. I was like well. That'll keep me occupied for a little bit final fantasy seven no slots any percent run is my favorite bedtime. I'm story for me like it's funny. 'cause I le speed runs were a big part for me was watching the speed runs and then This past winter pat got me hooked on content now and then..

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"pb" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"pb" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"These middle players negotiate prices between branded drug companies and those who pay the bills they range for rebates for various drug companies. They also established the formularies, which are the schedules. The set the terms on which patients can access particular drugs and the reimbursement rate. Patients will get the PBS middle players are supposed to act to ensure good bargains for patients and health insurers that the reality is far from that ideal the PBS middle players exceeding. Moreover, the system is deeply hidden the contracts between the drug companies, and the PB EMS are closely guarded secret. With the details known only the drug companies and the PBS themselves government entities in the. Private insurers who pay the bills are not permitted to see the full terms of the contracts. Those who pay are given periodic rebates without full information regarding the actual net pricing for any particular drugs markets thrive on information from the standpoint of competition such an industry design is problematic. Best despite the extreme secrecy. Details have begun to seep out through case documents, including recent contract disputes among parties government reports reports to shareholders state, Medicaid, actions and industry insider reports placing together information from these original sources this book prevent presents for the first time a full picture of the perverse profit taking incentive structures within the industry. The book demonstrates the way in which courage consumers to use drugs with higher prices operates in the interest of so many players, including doctors clinics, hospitals, PB M's brand, drug companies health plans, patient assistance, programs and.

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"pb" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"pb" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Man, tomatoes, exotic harder life preservers might have them locked up behind the cash. Register. The fucking baby formula in the red bull. Yeah. Of also organic tomatoes bra, and I was like I can chase the different his organic tomato to the so fresher mom in the veggietales. And I want them telling me to while. We didn't even PB owner should as wild like. Who watch it, man? I was like what the fuck. I like it looks cool. Yeah. Homosexuality is this. I'm like what the fuck. Whoa. Kids today. We're going down to the value to beat the Sodomite set out. What do you watch? Oh back. Patrol on foot and police dogs. Law and order, they drop big dummy because they finally he's mix. You gotta get out the click, bro. One detected as a pit bull pass it with a preconceived notions. Now, he got put on a good faith for the other show. He's not one of one of the bad apples. Law and order pump. Fucker five they arrest of firefighter dog because he's like. You know, what it is? What amounts who was a hero had to be a good way. Good. Good. Clipper? Good. Sick sick. Fuck. You disgust me starts look at his own jealous. You're exposing yourself disgusting. So don't she between the bars? Like, y'all go show me who burned down the house the fucking victim ethical sniff. They're both. Nice. I am. That's the guy right there. That's a cover the doors four handcuffs digging idea. They got to I think it's like like a square nowadays put them in just they put them in to skits. You know what I'm saying? Do you watch? Break the living shit out of the ankle. Give it also the count. No. Taxicab? He. Yeah. Kanda sometimes. Streets around ten times. I don't know skip it worked properly we should have a whole generation of really strong ankles kids balancing the shit. But now if your parents value those shoes East.

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"pb" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"pb" Discussed on WRVA

"Eight seven seven PB L back. Patricia adamas. Has a has a has a son, David. He suffered a stroke. On New Year's Eve. He was transported to the emergency department. This is a guy who was just wildly alive. He was taken to ICU. And he became comatose thirteen days later. They say he's brain dead. He's unresponsive, and we're going to cut off all of his food and his water and his breathing tube. I have wrestled with this for a very long time starting with Terry chevaux, and this is wrong to do to people. And we must not go down this road. Patricia Adamas the mother is on the phone with us. Now, she's going in in just a few minutes to meet with the hospital and get an update and plead the case to please don't kill her, son. And I so appreciate her being on the phone with us. Now, Patricia how are you? Really? Very difficult time. Patricia tell us they they didn't really consult with you guys. Did they? When they started to just cut off his food and water. That's correct. They did not. Tell me what tell me what happened. At that time. And is he responsive at all? 'cause I understand he when you're talking to him when family members talked to him he is moving. It was a surprise initially that the first question it was a surprise. We were informed that they were going to stop everything was done. And a discovery apple surprise. There's no hydration. You know, we're not going to continue. So a surprise and shock surprise and shock which was very difficult that alone detail with everything that was happening in the hospital. What was your second question? That it was a surprise. And and also is is he is he responsive. She is very very emaciated hydrated, very weak and frail has earned from the skin. So he's not as responsive yesterday. And today, it's very delayed. Yes, he did respond when we talked. I would tell him, you know, sweetheart, are you hungry would to come to the table to eat foot. Linda would walk in and say, hi sweetheart. It's grandma, you know, and he would immediately lifted you know, 'cause foot. Try so hard. Just wednesday. At eight o'clock, a friend of his went in and said, hey, you know, and he just was shaking this foot. It was different than the lifting. It was. He was literally shaking his foot, and he lifted shaping it. And that's the last of the. That type of energy. Now, his responses are very very big. Very concerned because he really hydrated. I've seen the pictures of him just three four weeks ago and the picture of him today. He's not the same man. It's it's. I mean, he's a he looks like he is he is starving to death. What are you Patricia? What are you asking the hospital today? Wh and why won't they? Why won't they give you even custody of him? I have guardianship in a federal court of were native American. But what I'm asking today and being very adamant in asking is my son to can be provided intravenous high trip intravenous hydration and then at some point nutrition, and then the thyroid that is very essential to his stability and recovery, you know, because the idea is hospital intend or stated intended to help us transfer him to receive continued services, which within New Jersey or some other place at takes them. And but you don't do that intentionally a not by vital sustenance ticket who there. So it's not only to default. It's not it's not, very, humid. And I I don't understand it. What else the other thing, I'm asking for us to be properly informed, you know, to be given the dignity and the respect without that. You know, we're going to remove the ventilator at any minute. And it seems like that like we're gonna take this is the last thing he has sustaining, and we're gonna take that, you know, it's not it's not humane to live or to feel that there is the spirit of the coverage or any sense of stability for my son. Or the underlying intent is not in alignment with the. Alleged care the hospital. So we're asking that that immediately the hydration Tricia continue that my son de allowed dignity, respectively, the care and to be sustained until you know, the the statements at the hospital to transfer him to a long term care facility. This is this is this is Saint Joseph's Hospital. So this is a Catholic hospital. You would think that life would be paramount to them. And he could have been transferred. But now he is so weak from starving him to death that the the idea of transferring him to place for you. No longer care is is probably not an option today. Patricia. I know you need to get to the hospital, and and we're praying for your son, and I have Bobby Schindler on the phone. Thank you. And and and godspeed and we'll check in again to find out what's happening. We're going to go to Bobby Schindler who is Teri shovels brother, and Bobby, and I became friends if you're new to the show over his sister. I was on the wrong side of it for a while. And then I didn't do the easy thing. I did the hard thing. And I actually thought about it prayed about it read about it and did soul-searching, and we do not in Hume in human society since when do we consider food? An extraordinary measure, we feed our babies, we give water to our babies, we give water to our dogs, you go to jail if you don't give water to your dog you go to jail if you leave your dog in a hot car. What are we doing to people? And this is a bright line that we must all draw and Bobby. We'll talk about.

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"pb" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"pb" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Also the big three pb netanyahu says it's one big ugly lie it's one big fix the press well that's not i thought i'd use trump saying li li li so anyway he's saying the iranians live which everybody knows the iranians lied about their nuclear program first of all i got an issue with this because i think he's trying to he was really speaking of trump absolutely he's trying to stack the deck here because the evidence he presented his already been known that we already knew this it's not anything new listen he's speaking in israel and he's speaking in english with big letters on the screen he lie so he was trump says he's talking live eliciting donald live the most interesting thing about the strikes i agree with you guys we we know the iranians lied but what i am so impressed with the mossad that these guys can sneak across the border iran can go to where this sensitive materials steal it in one night get back across the border and then you can do the tv show with the material the massad they are the best out there yeah very good there of course this all in advance of the deadline which is coming up in eleven days for mr trump to decide what the us is doing about the iranian deal so my guess is he's going to pull out of it isn't that why he's making all this noise of well i mean we'll see if bolton bolton are probably try to convince him to pull out but i wonder where kelly will be the problem with pulling out is you've got to negotiate a nuclear deal with north korea so you can't you know we made this deal but now we're not gonna do it.

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"pb" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"pb" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I didn't know ankle i didn't know you were there dude because bender can't see you from where he is i should tell a years ago and the old building one time they turned off the transmitter looks like the transmitter was off that killed air mix right so i thought they are the transmitter died so i killed the transmitter turned on the secondary one oh no yeah they they realize oh my god when when mondo i started here or i when i first started with somebody just started i he went to the bathroom and i shut everything off i shut everything off in here and everything off in there and i went to the bathroom i dude roy off the air and he took off like a bat outta hell he freaked out and he got in there and he's like what's going on what's going on like oh man i think we're off the air pushing everything panic and finally pulls it up because you're such a papers all over the board i see what's going on we're on and he was panicking he was going crazy but that's that's you know april fools for you what the hell it's peanut butter and jelly day i'm sorry it's peanut butter and jelly it's a national day bender don't get down on it but is they don't have a day for you know covina swiss kobe some of these national days now this is a good one listen to this bub well every day is a good day for pb and j but today in particular this is national peanut butter and jelly day according to the national day calendar dot com which keeps track of these things the average american has eaten more than two thousand pb and jay's by the time that they graduate from high school also.

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"pb" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"pb" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"It's not the hashtag reminder that episode aqua blah i'm not even we did one hundred eighty episodes were pockets were really not bathroom uber guys i feel like this whole thing is is off brand yeah it's very oh sorry sorry uncomfortable online save is for the rj pb and be right where a translator party humor inflation jokes abound full bloom mmhmm yes all right i'm gonna some subscribing all right heartache mini heartache number one you ready brady st patrick has absolutely no idea that he met alley in college um sick at a rethink about my criteria right work because it did still has to be plausible right um i mean this is a joke like it's it's i think is actually funny but it's not like the hottest stake i've ever heard yacht meena i mean ah i believe this to some degree yeah is getting better as i think it behind with never mentioned it she is the one that's like this is so weird there's this guy and patrick has been shown to be sort of his kooky character who may not remember that this is somebody like it wasn't like oh we were part of the same group of friends ali is like yeah i know that guy he went to my college he helped me move in a couch into a you know and again now they're talking about it i you would think that she would say to him on the one on one like.

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"pb" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"pb" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Always want more she would write it on march marker on her arms it was really weird oh oh oh my god i want more it was like her letter to jesus or something i don't know moves really an all typewriter drinking tea i just i just it stock guy back i thought that was an hour awazi its i think it was i dunno low was ninety minute was ninety five at a time i did feel like and i said a surprise will last night i feel like i've watched the show for three hours like it never stops and he goes he's like what are you watching element he remembered that he's married to me so i was much garbage but i feel like it was on forever i would be i i'm sure it's going to have to come back on the show the blessed baby the book the baby girl that the jeremy an artery will give birth to which they're going to expect people to make the biggest over i'm kinda hoping that the baby's not attractive yeah we want something bad i was happy for his act when he said he wanted it to be a girl and he said it was because he didn't want that wasn't this episode but at a previous episode he said he won't their gender reveal he said he didn't want it to be a boy because he didn't want any comparisons disaster they knew they were having a little person baby under reveal and so i was so happy for him that it was a girl and he was he was so relieved and happy and i was happy for that that they wouldn't have those comparisons like he had to deal with i guess sliced one brother and that baby is absolute adorable zach pb is a horrible if the baby once live with me i will take the baby i will make it my own and if as you might it was probably bigger that all of your kids i mean again right town is crazy.

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"pb" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"pb" Discussed on The Starters

"Stuff yeah people especially young pep dash will be so happy to have the back as we all know skips forward in the podcast just to the shout outs and goes back and listens to we only just discovered that because we didn't have the shed atlas now we we knew yeah yeah all right tweet tweet yet then comes from actually mad bunna and it's topical too because we've had the pb and j debate all week long okay maybe we have a definitive answer here from the sandwich maker himself inter it was a pregame staple at spurs but on wheat bread analysis of pb and jelly ratio to sit sandwiches was common locker room discourse keep it basic crossed on cut straight across creamy pb copy coughing paid by the chunks during the gay twit i agree with that that sandwich that he's compiled it surprised by the across what do you think he would mean square haves rather than diagonal half just the guests i agree but who wants that oh that's how you took it straight across i took it use the word diagnose diagnose yeah but can you just cut it in your saying into force standard piece of bread right down the middle but i mean you don't need to cut your sandwiches when you're a grown up you can handle this like it sandwich and have you haven't eaten a pj for forty years sandwiches in general this is different this is the pb and j a simple sandwich easy to hold you don't need to cut it russell westbrook does though a lot of people say that pb and j sandwiches new honda civic of sandwiches civic is the pb and j of cars when they make them in the american though that's you gotta find an american car maybe the ford focus title corolla also he does say the some of them are made in america now like i think the honda there's like a plant somewhere sure plants but your thank you rapid fire we're just about done here for we go let's get in some quick questions gd power when you're ready former osu player and current blazers analysts lamar hurd released an audition video this week become the first male african american star of the bachelor we hear the starters fully support his campaign but if heard doesn't get the gig what's the most convincing reason you should be the next bachelor good luck lamar first off i should be the next bachelor because i'm married and i heard a species are attracted to what we can't have that would be a twist the bachelor actually would married bachelor's bachelor he's very unhappy i would be one of the tallest bachelor's they've had another guy that was six five so maybe run it back okay lee i'd be the exotic florina got that accent yeah really work on yeah according to slap on the bump.

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