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"sasha grey" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"That could be fun. So it looks like there is actually not enough official Final Fantasy 15 cook. That surprises the hell out of me. It's surprising to me that a fan hasn't just said here's a compiler. What else do we got, Johnny? Okay, so this is a D&D question. Do you want to hit it now? Or you can hit it now, just work through it. Okay. So the odds says hello gents, my questions about the ND, my son, 11, wants to teach him once need to teach him how to play and have no experience. What's the quickest way to get the gist of what I need to do? I know you have D&D vids, but I figured they are for people who have at least dabbled. I just want to say Brett just said, man, I used to love fucking poker smash. Good man. Sorry, that was game I was talking about. What would be the easiest way to get into D&D? Honestly, just by any of the, the main rule book is easiest way. There's no, there's no shortcut to it. You're still going to have to learn. I mean, we can say that there's board games that'll get you somewhat the idea brimstone, but that's 60, $70, or you do tabletop sim. So your best idea is to just buy one and then maybe honestly, you could watch what do you call it? You could watch or critical work like hang on if hang on. But another one that you could watch is of all things Stranger Things. Stranger Things, the kids at the starting the Stranger Things are playing D&D like kids play D&D. And that's actually very cool to see because it's different than way adults play it. You know, there's a lot of like, oh my God, what are we gonna do? And a lot of adults don't play that way unless they're being filmed for Twitch. What are you gonna say? Silver? Just I mean, yeah, just for just for getting into it. Definitely find a group. It's the first tip like there are a lot of options there are a lot of discourse. You're can join and stuff where you can hook up with people who will be more than happy to teach you the ropes and give you an introduction and then let that be a gateway for you to sort of get into it. Yeah. It's funny you mentioned the gateway because I was thinking if there are any other things that are gateways to D&D to easier into it, whether it's munchkin or other like I said they all cost money. I was just trying to go from a budget way of saying it's better to just buy the thing and not translate anything. Just buy it. That's true. I mean, because there aren't really shortcuts if the kid wants me to D&D, brimstone may not work for them, even though it's very close. So at some point, you just have to, at this particular junction, it's cheap. Not cheap, but it's cheaper to just say if I could just buy the book and go. I mean, get the book from Sasha Grey. Such a great guide on D&D. Is that a beholder? Oh, yes, it is. What else do we got? This question from bastard of Picard, excellent. I often find myself going back to older retro PS two on back titles in the interim between newer titles I'm interested in playing wondering if any of you go back to retro titles from time to time and maybe any standout titles that you.
"sasha grey" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"But it looks smoother. And I was like, I could see some people like it. Remember when Tom Cruise released the video with the other director and they were like, don't ruin movies. Don't use TV interpolation. Which is true. It's shit on movies. Let's see. Windows a game drift too far. Okay, we're not going to talk about that. Okay, let's move on. Stalker two delayed. I wanted to ask you guys, oh go ahead. Okay. I wanted to add something positive between stuff being edited for hitman three. Oh, you mean out there? Not positive. Okay, there we go. Go for it. Go for me for me. It was positive. But all right. Like New York like more than you map customizes safe customizable safe house and stuff. And that's all coming in, I don't know, sometimes this year didn't see that they. Yeah, they had a ramp. No, what was it? There was a the modena freelancer. Because I thought they were talking about freelancer the video game. So I was all excited. We were getting a new freelancer. Elusive target arcade mode. Cool. Pretty cool. Dude. Hitman's hitman's legit hitman's one of those games that has more content than anybody's going to other than fans are going to really realize. The freelancer roguelike mode needs to be unenthused. Though I have to say. You played them, or you mean the idea of the idea of it the idea of it because I mean, to me, the main appeal of hitman, it removes the main appeal of hitman, which is the learning the missions planning them. Learning learning where everything is at that exact time, and then timing that. Well, just the mode, so at least she can ignore it. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. So that mode you probably won't be turning on much. I think it would still apply in the sense that you would learn things that are doable, right? So you learn to adapt and think on your feet. Like, you know, you're in the level and you see, you see something, oh, I've learned that I can use that in this particular way. Sure, sure, but it removes the exact timing aspects of it. And the clockwork aspect that is a deeply appealing part of the hitman levels. The way I read it, at least that mode is that it encourages you to play like strategically, because you only keep the upgrades on the weapons, et cetera, if you make it safely back to the safe house with them. Yeah, yeah, you improve your play style for your options for the next guest. You still have to play strategically. It's just that you do it much differently. It's not the same you don't plan and carry what sort of freestyle. That is why it's called set it up for chiming in the same way that you do for me, I think it's awesome because I actually want to play hitman more like that. So it's cool that it's a mode and they didn't do what like stated K did and fucking delete the entire way game place. Which is a big plus. Thomas Anderson says, if Sasha Grey, or at my age, Jane, Jane and jamison, Jenna Jameson, came in and read books in school. I bet I'd have read more books. Or saw a lot of picture books..
"sasha grey" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show
"Laptop like just crashed and it was like he was probably only twenty minutes to show right which was probably going to be an hour and a half and the he you can see it on his face. It was almost like well. I can't start this again. Because everything sinked and i'm just pushing a button you know. I actually wasn't. He wasn't doing that thing he can't just start mid mix because everyone's going to know this is already pre done right. He's not doing anything. He's just touring and hitting a button and acting like he's turning a knob. Yeah are you to say that. I really don't think he was doing much. There's an artist marian hill and i saw. It happened at coachella where i think it was so hot or something that it melted some of their equipment and seemed thing where it's like. All of her set is that you basically just like go and that just plays and she sings along but she was like. I don't know what to do. You guys could tell. She was a canoe artisan. just imagined. this is her coachella. Debut this big deal. And then i also don't want to be the production guy then is trying to like screw drives something and while people are chanting like folk. You fuck you just all waiting for you like you could just see them sweating. That would always happen at belly up where we would have the sound guy. Just run over and try to fix something like wall. It's happening a job. It's a stressful. It would be like in the middle of like. I don't know in the middle of surgery asking a different doctor to pop in and like fix problem but what we don't okay well is just like fuck and fix it. I couldn't take it. Yeah that's that's that's too much. Yeah the sound guy at the shell was like i could just because i get like hyperfocused then right because i'm just watching the problem. Fix the problem and i'm watching him. He's you could tell. This guy has no fucking idea what he's doing he's just like okay just like keeps tapping. It's like dude. It's something bigger something bigger bigger. We speaking really fast quickly something bigger. Oh i wanted to sex are we. Yeah i wanted to just give a quick shout. Okay to our sponsor adam and eve. Oh we love i. Love are adamant e. Don't don't skip passes part. You need to listen. Yeah because it isn't just an ad. Okay we we fluff it a bit. We we're we're fluffer sprite and it's my week to pick. Yes and i know exactly what i want it to be. What is it. The sasha grey deep throat pocket pal. Don't former sasha grey. What a what a champion time. Don't think she does porn anymore. But sasha grey. Yeah yeah this is. I'm not even meant to be anything. But i'm still confused. What part of this. Oh my god what it looks like. It looks so but what part of my listeners lease for the love of god go to adam and eve dot com and look. What was it again. Sasha great deep through oh it supposed to be mouth deep throat pocket pal holy fox creepiest muddy looking fucking sex toy that he's a supposed to be sasha green mouth. Oh my god. I would not put that on my dick. I would not put that on my desk. I mean i was soccer gray on my dick. But that's the that's do you know that is. That's the girl that went onto a starring. Stephen saad burg's Movie the girlfriend experience. Never heard of that either yeah. She went like she quit porn and went on to be like tried to be a legitimate alyce. Her she's really pretty good. That's not why. yeah she's. she's a messy. she's one of those gonzo girls. I'm talking about real rough just like slap on the face. Choke the offer. Yeah i like this may not even be. If if you're not interested in its sexually. I think actually could be like a good baby toy and when i post a picture it is so cute i draw is on those googly. Eyes from michael's. I'm gonna tell you listener. Do yourself a favor go. Look this thing up. Holy fuck it. Is you'll maternal toward it is an amazing. It's i don't know why anyone would make that thing looks weird. It looks weird. Listen it a pocket pussies one thing right. Yeah pocket. Plus is one thing you've got it looks like vagina. It's in a canister. I get it but this is something altogether different. Swallow now. I guess i would do that. I don't know and then i don't know this is real questions. I should reach out to our representative. But until then go to adam and eve dot com slash campfire for fifty percents. Off plus free shipping. Okay well. I think this is a wonderful episode. Can't unsee that. And i want to look at i love you. I love you. And that's all i can say. I hope everyone has a very nice week later in this week. Whatever whenever you're listening to it. I will be heading to san francisco for a trip good for you. Happy birthday my birthday present august. Yes time packing my good pal. Let's get out of here. I can't.
"sasha grey" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"On in. You can be green cleaning all here. Those little High notes those dancy high notes are are there to let you know patrick's behind a tree. We can always count on reliable to be there watching them every day. So let's talk about like the fashion for a moment. If we can in this scene i noticed. Michael grabbed this briefcase next to him and the way he grabbed it with such intention at felts lake This bag was going to be more important. But then i realized that maybe they just chose to start the shot within picking up the bag. Because it's it's an interesting looking bag. Your in you know what role does a briefcase play in two thousand seventeen. I had to like while it because like you would think about if a main character you assume as the bad guy is holding a briefcase their hostelries. Some sort of bad information in it but I really did. I like had to like Like scroll back like the first two minutes to understand what in that scene Maybe like the first and a half time. I watched it because i was like. I couldn't stop thinking about that. Bag kept spacing out it just as as such beautiful interesting shape. It was a really interesting bag. And i want to know more about it but can i just say as a woman because they feel like this is something similar to like porn that were keeping up to punish ourselves. I feel need to like be real about the new socks. Why the henley nightgown for sure. I one hundred percent find a need for that. Okay these above the knee. High knee socks that look kashmir of some kind. Maybe this was the big surprise for her yesterday but she wears them out onto the dock. Which i don't care where you live. Every single like deck at any house is perma moawad even riots days. Even so cow. I in especially in so cal. I wouldn't walk out in kashmir knee socks on on a deck right as a woman. I have two areas in my life. That i are few areas of my life. I want to protect okay. I'm worried about warmth. I'm going straight to the feet in. I'm going straight to the crotch. I gotta say. I feel like i can not have the least secure area of me cannot be my like a upper thi- to just above my knee. That is an important to me. That's an a priority warming spot while yeah warming. Something i think about for my numbers all the time so i'll have to think about you. Know how that would impact me as a man. I'm just saying women out there like be real with me. Have you ever worn like knee. High socks and like a little t shirt for any reason other than we know. It's supposed to look sexy. It just feels like very like american apparel. Sasha grey like these are not actually functional. That's what i'm getting from that. So lisa picks up the toast. She made for michael and looks at it for a beat before ran back inside in. Honey you should look at that toast because it is burned and you are college student. I don't expect you to know better. This is on him for marrying someone who like literally got her period five years ago. This is like look at that toast. That is a huge. Like how are you taking care of yourself. Look i know you're a college student but toes usually mastered by fifth grade. Gotta be i. It was a thick layer of burnt. So it's finally sunday in the backyard. Barbecue has commenced. It only took her. I only took them. I guess like three days to get abusive. That i absolutely wrote that down as well too. We we jumped straight into. The affair jumped straight into the abuse really quickly. There wasn't a lot of subtle lead up to either. No so This back your barbecue it is. I would say like it. Looks like a above forties like local sort of tinder. Meet up or like. I don't know these people are definitely over forty. Maybe even fifty. If i'm being generous. I think i'm see a couple. People that are that are easily especially in today's day in age late sixties early seventies. I mean it was. It was giving me like a church potluck afterwards. There wasn't a lot of exciting happening here. I know it's weird because she. Lisa's like twenty one. When i was twenty one. I was like very confused about who should be interested in me like conversationally. I'm so confused about who should be interested in me. Conversationally and otherwise morally will it gives an only child the single parent. I felt like i was constantly conversing with adults like as a many adults from a young age. But like i look back. And i'm like no you're absolutely like as ignorant as any child. You were just like going through the motions of adult conversation and it's a little bit how it feels when you see lisa. Roll up to this sort of like you know early nineties. Almost skater dress. Sort of like black with a micro blue floral print and then a black choker. That's just destroying and you see a roll up to this party. Words like women in like tunic. Length hurts you know. They're covering their button. Their stomach dude. They've all two of them. At least two of them are literally wearing the exact same thing. They're wearing the same exact pairs of gray leggings and the same tunic. I it's like. I'm just like it's. It's the way that when tiffany and Patrick oddly matched in white with her unlike in my doing breaking bad here like what are the odds that chew women who are going to have to interact in this scene would be wearing the exact same fucking outfit except The the woman beverly's friend has lisa Beverly's friend has a slightly cinched back on her dress. It's very odd. Like i am going to take a picture of this because i can't live like this really can. I'm gonna send you a picture please. While i play the scene Twenty seven thirty. Eight to thirty thirty five Tell me what you think and take a picture rate rate. Quick can't live like this. I can't caught him so traded long. Okay let's play this scene. I'm so glad you came..
"sasha grey" Discussed on If I Were You
"Asap enjoy. Thanks ritual We're back here's one. I hadn't heard of before but i saw multiple quizzes. What is gone. Zo gonzo is. I think it's just It's like the way the porn is shot. Almost like amateur ish. It looks like escape video. That's yes a type of pornography in which the camera is acknowledged and often used by the actors to make the viewer feel like they're part of the and that was that's my shit that pov shit but do you ever search guns. Are you just you. You've seen it so much that it's sort of the key. Words have entered your subconscious. I don't usually call it guns. Oh i would search pov. But also i feel like my browser knows me. And so much in the hubs they know me so well that i don't really have to seek that shit out it's delivered and it has earned. I bought this tiny porno ship on the deck of he. He farewell and Do you bear spanish ladies. What would you call are. actually. I should say how. Would you describe a veggies scene of veggie seen. I mean and i'm not just talking about the crew. Detaille they serve before everyone arrives. Yeah what's crafty on a browsers couple. Edgy see I guess just imagine. It's penetration with Carrots and cucumbers corn and the like. Yeah that's close but it's it's actually according to this. At least an all girl seen aka no meat. Oh i see cool nice pretty good yeah no meat in a veggie seen Have you heard. I mean some of these have gotta be fake three eyed turtle three eyed turtle. Yeah i let's just guess that it's a it's a dick that previously had a prince albert piercing that was removed and has three little holes in the urethra area. Now this one is a Well it's filling all the orifices of female by putting fingers in different holes. And i guess it resembles that of three a turtle again interest. It seems pretty niche. I had not heard that saying it's not quite on the same level as ep or guns. Oh i guess all right. Switching gears right I wanted to figure out some sort of lightning round situation So i looked up a list of the top grossing porn stars of all time all time a list of ten okay. I'll actually goes up to fourteen. Do you think you can name. Let's say half of these fourteen people highest grossing porn stars of all time. Some men some women. It's going to be tough. Because i feel like all-time goes a little before my heyday. Like i'd be better at amateur porn stars. But i'll give it a shot. I will give it a shot. Highest will okay. Let's put jenna jameson on there. She's absolutely number. One net worth according to you. Know this reputable source of scoop boop dot com of thirty million. So jenner james says good numerous no And since we're talking about mail porn stars. I feels like it doesn't like i think ron jeremy's on there. But he blew all of the money. Because i saw once in burbank carrying all of his stuff in a plastic shopping bag. So i feel like he doesn't have the funds now. But let's say. Ron jeremy ron jeremy number seven in he'd blow all of his according to scoop woop seven point five million dollar net worth. Okay have you ever. Actually i know about ron jeremy. But you ever actually seen a porn. With ron jeremy or just almost like yet a myth. A seven ds porn that. You've never seen i've seen one because i like sought it out for that reason i was like i should see iran jeremy porn. That's weird to not Damn what are some other really alzheimer's alzheimer's yet. It's i'm trying to think of like the ginger lynn. Ginger lynn is not on this list but another. Gi name is another gi. Yeah g a gi. A like jonah. You're talking about john of michael's that's right gotta mycosis thirteenth. I guess she's appeared in over five hundred porn films. Net worth four million dollars. Johnny michael shout out to john christie. I really don't buy any of these these number now. Don't but let's We'll say there's a man above ron. Jeremy oh is it peter north. It is peter north very good number three hundred list. So you got number one jenna. Jameson number three peter. North number to somebody. i'd never heard of. I guess she started in the ninety right. So it'd be somebody like tara patrick. Act very good weight number to tear very good okay. Good job absolutely savage So you got the top three the rest the top through our little obscure yeah. Give me some hit on like number. Four number four is. I had heard of this person's name. She was sort of Seventies eighties porn-star red hair Was trying to come up with when i said ginger lynn. Maybe i was wrong. What's her name. Her initials are t. L. t. l. No i No idea tracy. Now still don't know. Traci lords at number four traci lords. Yeah i guess. One of the mount rushmore. I one another ladies nicknamed her whose initials are jj. That's the that's the not jenna jameson. But it seems like she was named trying to fool people into searching for jenna jameson but it was actually jesse jane. Have you ever heard of that. Oh jesse jane yeah. There's also someone. Jesse james i think but jesse jane now i. I think i've heard of it. But i'm not and then there's just a series of names sound familiar that i've never heard of sasha grey of course sasha grey yes. She was on entourage. Jenna haze yet. I know john hayes. Yeah totally something. There's some like super famous mill flaky that i. It's it's not tara lynn. It's something like that well. There's a katie morgan on here. If you've ever heard of that thanks Bree olson yeah big time i think brielle sit data charlie sheen at one point that sounds about right and then there's a japanese actress on here. Who started off asia cura. Not but i do like appreciate the enthusiasm. Somebody named maria takagi. I don't know the number takagi..
"sasha grey" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat
"He's seemed maybe he's a message is like how did you tell your boyfriend. The you were doing it conversational clegg. I just kind of told him. I was like oh i haven't other source of income. And he was like what. And i was like well only fans is it. What are you doing on there. I was like stuff giving naked trauma regina but if he's subscribe i mean it's a weird if i don't know if i know i'm pretty sure he's still substance mine i think it's like a lot of nuance like it's every situation's different. So i guess you know we just can categorize it as porn. And some way. I guess i want my partner getting private like you know what i mean it feels like are you scrolling through. But at the same time it feels a little different important. Because they're like pain. Karen twenty five dollars a month like do do. I'm just working through those on the spot your question and that's a better question. The us which is how you find out your boyfriend's karen's share inside. I take you for you. Run with that. Our was like we just cut this. So i was like no. You're right because you're not gonna like can't see like sasha grey watch porn you're not gonna have access to her go to the stance you perform. Yeah flick i dunno raina like you find out kane is on only fans like what are you. How do you feel like he's there's a couple of people that he's paying them monthly to see them like this is just. I'm not sure i feel about it. I guess i have to work through it in my head like my initial reaction is like just par this relates to jerk off too but like it feels more purse feels more person who i mean i'm masturbating and i'm like firing up a website and i'm just going to pick the thing i think's made me come the hardest and i keep going about my day..
"sasha grey" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"You're just like that's all that because it didn't know that depression that you're right. That malays sets nego. Why these shows have been great. There's it's new to them but if it's not new to you you can't force me to write more at least one new jokes or just even a tag or something. You can have literally like one line. That you're like tonight was awesome. And everyone's fucking. Why was it awesome one thing. Do you ever have this where your show to you. Went like dog and everybody loved it and they're like that was the best dude that's great show and they buy all your merge and you're like that was the fucking worst of the week yes why. What is that becau. I think because it was shitty and they know that and they've spent so much money they have to convince themselves too much be like i got like one over on. I've tradition worship you know and that's sell more bad. No here's what. I think they don't owning your standard your standard. Your standard is so different than the audiences standing when you fly into chicago and you do your show there and there's fucking thousand people at it and you get off site and you're like that suck that sucked in your mind. Compared to ten thousand shows for them the last time they saw show was like eighteen. Like this is the first show. They're seeing and whatever and they go. This was awesome so it really is them enjoying what they're seeing say retarded. I'm not saying that i'm saying well. I thought i heard you say nikki's audiences restaurants. That's not okay. I get that but there's something about i think yours not my very smart barry. Disappointing when you think like that was bad. And then they or. It's kind of the same thing when they go. Oh my god. I love you. You're my favorite comics. Are you and then three people that you're like. I hate them like they're ads on that list. And i looked you so much before you said those other name. My god that is like other comics and comic. That isn't like me because they're very good at what they do. But you don't like me for me then you don't get it if you're cut per scaring me to get that a lot. I get the comparison thing or or the like down down back down or they'll be like no other one that's weird as they go like There's that one thing is you ever have somebody after the show and they're like that was really funny like thanks to go. Yeah they loved you off. You were fucking there to you saying they did. But you didn't know it just seems like they really liked like. Yeah but you're at the show. But why are you separating yourself from them. The other one they do is is feel like why. Are you doing this to go like. That was really great. And they're like dude you. Have you seen nikki. Glaser though and you're like. Yeah but why you bringing her up now. I like eat bringing up at lunch tomorrow or something. We're just doing the show right now. All you know that person is good. I know they make me feel sad every time. I hear about them or see a clip of theirs on instagram. I know like we're all aware john. Mullany is like a day someone so we're going into libya and my best friend. When goes i love. I honestly love him. Is kirsten because i love him like more. He was the first comic. I saw that like once you. Just you just get it and i would like i'm obsessed like you've never even come close to talking about me and the similar rain it just. It hurt my feelings. Even though it wasn't all this. But i don't you're capable of being that enthusiastic like my mom read around. I'm sorry i just love her she. She makes me laugh in a way. I'm sorry she'll say. I'm sorry because she knows that i'm being offended. Yeah she i'm sorry. Nicky kathy griffin it. Just she gets me in a way that you don't and like i get it. I don't need to hear i'm sorry. It acknowledges the fact that you know that you don't like me and my comedy. My parents by the way i mean complete my my mother just doesn't like what i like. She's just like you're you should be important. You talk about his his border. My dad my dad is just like you're the only comedian watch. Because you're my son mike. You can enjoy other comedians. And he's he goes. That would be like disrespectful. You i like your dad's parents should be like no. You can go to a show who he can watch if you die. He will need young. they'll go on a cruise and there's a comedian. He's like i wouldn't go because you're you're a comedian. Royal unnecessary fucking comedy. Show like yet being dismissed for being just filthy which i get along and i'm sure christine. I'm sure you get it to of just you are your raunchy and there's going to be kids at this keep. Pg inland warning years ago. I know how to be. I've been on tv before where i wanted to talk about. When i'm on the today show. I know better. They treat you like you're a porn star. Which by the way should be allowed to race to. I know who cares is. There's such a divide point you can't go to the other side. Might just gave her asshole on. That's a good point like white rudeness and cal like porno actors is a very good actress. Why couldn't she she take bella. Sasha grey is the only one that's she's relented brady. Bella thorne is an actress right. And she's doing her only fans and she's practically doing. Isn't she doing like porno on his show on. She's pretty naked time. She's not showing ever. She's not seeing what we wanna see. Yeah well she by the way. I didn't even get to so i played. I played the video messages that you're familiar with. We have a new one. Finally this guy was he sweet. He's very so. This is the new one though that i haven't watched and it has a layer to it that i know is going gonna make you really uncomfortable. Oh no vomiting here. Fuck guys hair checking today to do it today. Asshole this terrible. Oh wow man.
"sasha grey" Discussed on This is Today
"Pumping. I'm like i gotta save this. I got to save this I gotta say this flag. I gotta save this week lag in the trash can. So i i run over there i pull it out and like to my surprise. It's an umbrella required. You feel this way. It works perfect. Did some up and downs on. It's perfect. I bring it home clean off. The nacho cheese someone spilt on put some for a breeze on it and it popped it open and to this day it still works. It works perfectly. I love it so you're a good samaritan a good american absolutely. I just felt that. I needed to do my duty as a citizen and save that flag serves to be in the trash. I don't even know what you do to dispose of a flag these days. You can't burn it because that's gonna freak people back in the day right like you up to burn a flag touch the ground or something like some weird stuff that they used to have now resolve list of rules. I mean there's probably there's like the brown band the green band the blue and there's probably somewhere maybe there's a flag bend where you can retire old flying off somewhere. Probably watch it before they get rid of. Hey also tell everyone a little more a mentioned your podcast. The day but i i love I love the podcast. Love to have more people go over and check it out so tell us a little about it. Yes sir on this show called. Driving with randy came to me. Just be talking in my mom's minivan and we have since blossomed into this beautiful podcast where i go on adventures into my with my subaru. And we just talk about life. And whatever i have on my mind. It's beautiful it is it isn't. It's such a positive podcast to put you in a good mood. You you stay positive. You stay like i don't know the i love. I love listening to do my best there's a lot of negativity in the world. And i think people going to a podcast. Even if it's just fifteen twenty minute episode like mine just escape from everything and positively. It's important to me. Yeah same here. That's actually why. I don't cover a whole lot of twenty twenty. It's all right. Hey we'll be right back with our for today. I wish for audio. I had something like grammar. It's fantastic for the podcast. I use it every single day. I love graham early. And you know what there's a link in the podcast description for you to click and you can try gramley it basically. It's like you know having your own editor. So click the link in the description and try up graham really all right. It's friday which means we need to take a look at what is going on this weekend. start out with the big time. Change this week. Okay so we get to interrupt our sleep schedules. And it's not fun so we got to change our clocks this weekend hospitals. A twenty four percent spike in heart attack visits around the united states. Also car accidents will be up. This next week is well because of this time chain. Hopefully we can get rid of this sunday. Florida and california are both kind of get rid of it and Maybe will get on the docket At some point and we'll get to just you know sleeping all the time anyway saturday. We've got national. Canine veterans day. We've got oh. It was the debut of uncle. Sam tack in eighteen fifty. He debuted as a cartoon in a newspaper birthdays to celebrate on saturday. Because people aren't just born on the weekday veg mason is seventy one. George jones is twenty one sunday. Okay so that's the day we gotta deal with waking up a little bit earlier and all that right that someday so you can sleep in. Its day as well because it's three one four three one four one five nine six five three five nine high is the thing that were celebrating that day. It's also national kato chip day. Which i'd much rather deal with potato chips than hi Albert einstein was born on that day. Steph curry is thirty three. On sundays simone biles turns twenty four. Sasha grey thirty three and billy crystal seventy three all right. Let's take a quick look at our events for today. All right we'll start in one thousand nine hundred twelve. The girl guides yeah. You don't recognize that name right. Well no because you know the girl scouts of the states. Well originally they call them. The girl guides and That was founded here in the united states on this day in nineteen twelve and actually however it goes back to the uk back in nineteen o nine are in nineteen twenty eight in california. The saint francis dam failed. It was a damn big accident Resulted in a flood. That killed four hundred and thirty one people. The dam was built between nineteen twenty four and nineteen twenty six in l. a. county. It was one of the worst american civil engineering disasters of the twentieth century. And the second deadliest disaster. In the state of california's. I is the nineteen o six earthquake and fire on this day in nineteen thirty three franklin. Eleanor roosevelt began his fireside chats. Okay so if you're wondering no it wasn't weekly. He just only actually did thirty. One addresses between nineteen thirty three and nineteen forty four. He said actually. The one thing that i dread is that my talks should be so frequent as they lose their effectiveness. Every time i talk over the air means four or five days of long overtime work in preparation. Of what i say see. I put in four or five days each day for this podcast. I started twenty five years ago. And i just started putting them together six months ago because it took me that long to now i can't imagine addressing the nation through radio during a war. Pretty crazy what he did with these fireside chats. They've actually made it into the library of congress and he started him actually just eight days after taking office so i guess you know the first days. That's only worked on in nineteen eighty-seven les miz debuted on broadway at the imperial new york city theater. And they've done four thousand plus performances In you know les mis. I mean it's great. See the movie. I guess right there you go In nineteen ninety-three american lawyer and public official. Janet reno was sworn in as us attorney becoming the first woman to hold office all right. Let's take a look at our birthdays for today. In one thousand nine hundred forty eight. James taylor was born. He turns seventy three. Danny jones is thirty five. Liza minelli seventy five mitt romney. Seventy four algebra was born on this date in nineteen forty. He passed away in two thousand seventeen. Dorothy is forty two. that's your look at march twelve. Thanks for listening to you. This is today. We do our best to pull together all the correct information if we made a mistake and you heard it. You're superstar. we're super sorry. We sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcast. 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"sasha grey" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast
"Was pretty that was pretty over-consuming over our key right there. And there's you know, nothing like this is Faith is a one reason if it's all sort of deal. I have a couple follow-ups you mentioned appointment viewing absolutely true. The only thing people are really watching is the Mandalorian every Friday. There is life in the gaming world. I would say maybe fortnites Live Events are something you might be able to consider appointment viewing where epic games is like hey season ends now watch this and people like okay, but it's it's few and far between and then you also mentioned the move over to personality-driven and individual driven fandom. That's wage. What people care about you know Mister B's has a whole team behind him. But his channel is branded him same with a lot of these other streamers a lot of these other content creators. They have a whole team and vins. Most successful show wage is the show with Sasha Grey the only the woman with an infant of start probably the only name that you might recognize straight-up not know slight and Simon who's an amazing person or anything anybody else, but that's what people have gravitated to through vents programming is the name that they recognized and that's something I thought struggling with this isn't the day or you just turn on MTV and you're like, oh cool this first on MTV I care about them. You need to sell the individual. It's the shows on ESPN network are the ones that sell the individual personalities. You can't just expect people to turn onto Sports Center even these days in age where it's like if you change the host a lot of they don't care as much they want to watch The Life rate sure. But there's a big difference there in how people are consuming content. And I think the rise of Tik Tok has been really highlighted that and how people care about individual content creators a lot more for sure. And I think just is that you know, if you've made a great Point terms of kind of the host outside of the show and you know, I always call back to like even like Total Conquest live You could argue that like Carson Daly is pretty much kind of the face of that show, right? So going back to that is, you know, another kind of mistake that I think then made is that they didn't essentially, you know, give the choice of that Creator or the host kind of really The Branding around the show, but furthermore is that they didn't really do anything from an external marketing perspective as well. So if you look at for example, you know their social media channels, it's really not that much action on it. Even you know, the hose haven't, you know, kind of built up, you know their followers or their Brad outside of whenever they're hosting their show whatever it's worth. Going live, you know for that week. So I think you know that's been very very challenging as well. Even, you know, going back to the appointment of viewing and as we mentioned in the Mandalorian is even technically you were creaming off that even appointment viewing because the shows released on our Friday so you can actually watch it whatever you want..
"sasha grey" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly
"Dirt all chefs got together and they're doing and they're doing food. Because you know like the West Phili- was already fucking food desert, and now like it's ravaged so like it's great to see people I wanNA throw my money. You know and people have been sending money does and we're just you know moving moving forward? They're cooking for 'cause. It's called and It's great you know great to see. See what to see now is you're GonNa? See the best and worst people, and it's going to be easy to ally known. I mean like so you know if you see people doing good, and it's the first time you never been out of your house. Never been to a protest. You'd never been to a community meeting like Dude Glutton. Meet people, and just like you know, try to try to. The differences that they try to make the the we have like. Let's just make them realize how much they don't mean shit to us. That's how I feel about. This is about you know like. It's about everywhere, but this is where we are so like I figure like that I know a lot of people. That? Are Willing to lend a hand. And I looked for or did a few tried to go I think it'll be bright if we all get together and just try to do. What's best forevermore investment city? Nice. All right, we won't take it to the blunt. Go all right. We're going to We're going to hit you with some rapid fire questions in. Stock in his pen for like forty minutes ahead. rapid-fire answers. What Song makes you wanNA dance. Justify my by. What is the best sandwich at your shot that you personally love the most? I would say sexy. Justify my love by Madonna now. Can't take it back. Now. I. Like the skinny. Joey. It's rose poor. WHO's Radish Mayo? Sharper, Below Broccoli Rob Long. Who? I want that right now. I'm Anthony. Longer do you love? Do you love or hate Tom Hanks? I'm. Not a big tax at all, not idea. I knew the first guy who's lined up with. Question every episode is starting to like. I heard rumors the Pedo Yoga Move Armscor. Worse job you ever had. A bad now hold on. I used to go. My Dad was a plumber and he would send me out with other plumbers. And they would and I had to spend the day with guys. Call Me Fox face. In eventually it just like. They had the you're worth is good. What is what is the most ridiculous name strain than you ever heard where you just like? Do made this up like. I don't know where I'll do, but but yes. I agree with that. Like, it's just like this is marshmallow marsh multi. Yeah I. Hear I. Hear Me Today on on a post it was. I love when people that love. Doesn't this mayor like Congress is chocolate? We. What's something you'd like change about yourself. Less Chester brought us. Reynolds of good good day a good look. Ula, who would you most want to smoke a joint with living or dead? Probably Thom Yorke radiohead. What is something that you'd give advice about love and relationships? I asked his traveling. Short and sweet advice. About love relationships yet. We're wear wear condom. Research Grocery with is our birth. Bro. I know this might be listening May. Kid. Lose, even more business who's disconnecting. This. Earth cops the cocoa. So I saw on twitter. You follow. Sasha Grey we she better in Homo. Entourage well. I'M GONNA say entourage After. You can book any bander artists for your birthday party this year. WHO'S GOING TO BE? Brief loss caused. coolest Nikki and beside Jay. Nikki besides me. While who Nikki. Nikki sex from Ali. Yeah. Go a scarf. Oh, but I like it. Do Boxer briefs Commando Boxer Briefs Ladies WanNa know. Is Crowd. What commando for a long time so I started? Out have. Tight long months with it with A. Boxer briefs. Or is more of those honey. That's much. Where are you getting? Where you didn't take out. I'm going to rd Philly a lot for takeout cocktails. They're really good and I've been heading over to pizza and. He's probably my go-to. My GO-TO glaze. Doxa around his shit or eight. Forty Sarko droll, both of us like I, said I'm so sick for the bread's good fresh, you know. Ideal bought a sandwiches, but like they're not just like pickles Jeez a role. That's where I am on my food. What should take the place of the Rizzo Statue? You know I. I don't know I'm ugly. Big On fucking statutes because they all seem like mistakes like later on. vk. Columbus Give Up in Boston real, throw a up there that audrey is. In, life like you know. Kinda monumental, ask. But, yes, I Who who would you like to play you in your Bio Cook FAULK! Adrian Brodie Bobby I. Go on, yeah, suit up. Walk. Age Pacino back to. Overdose Seventies Pacino dog yet. Dog asked the smoke my weed. And Mother Fucker. All right. Give us your Give us your get your. Way! Refined. Lady dressed for the blunt yeah. We find you. Where can we put your? Yeah. Post Sandwich joint off on instagram. And, it meant just got on my restaurant. Look the guy food you know. People I want to be happy. Okay, so you're you're you're doing now? You're doing. Take out and everything right now. They were doing take out. We have been for a while the one who is a window that we had the old place was they've been Cova headed. Arches opened window again unless we started on food it again. We're really looking forward to remember of. Or get back to get back APO whom they great beers and you know. Hopefully that's going to happen in the next couple weeks so. You guys should come down to some point beers hanging out out. The community are yeah absolutely. So meet twice right. I. Thanks, Buddy. We appreciate you man, thanks both. Of You guys..
"sasha grey" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Goes well I see them doing a sequel actually of this just to because shark so easy to sell in that way right. Yeah but I think lions are on land which I think is the one thing that they give you the feel. It's almost like a game where you're shooting in the air but you're on the ground you're on the different plane. Whatever it may be. There's more of a three D. playing. There's yeah working more than three and I just don't know if they will do it but I would love it I would. I would kill for those kind of things I would imagine. If you could have like different kangaroo's pouch like different small. Kangaroos gave you different balloonists. Like one maybe you know boosts years working on game the same time when you phrase it like that. It lost all like bad as Pokemon game do you. Don't lose any number of small companion. Gives YOU ABOVE YOU? Pull it out and go ru and you release him. Your teeth like star knows. What does that STAR KNOWS MOLD? But it with fucking teeth on it. I think it'd be awesome. But nobody really intelligent or important watches. Podcast so these ideas are dying on the vine. You never know man. Well I mean are followers are. But they're they're not like you know super intelligent. They're here stoking and everybody. I love you all. I mean just in that new day. I'm in a good mood. I took enough pain meds prior to this podcast because I had such a migraine man. One of the instant ones where you're fine and then you're like Oh my head hurts so bad. I don't know what it was. Andy Rapper any rapper. We love you will you. Should I say you to a Amazing Vegas Hotel with a stripper? Isn't that Andy Reid? We will always remember origin story for the origin story. Totally accurate totally accurate. It was absolutely for sure. I was remote viewing his life basically. So let's talk a little bit about saints row. The third remastered in you guys get it. No you plan. I watched the review though. Look good any plans. Were you guys not okay. So final thoughts are that game shows. You shows you so well. That improved graphics. Don't mean much WanNa remastered if the game play. Feels that old and it's I didn't have any issues with the missions. I certainly love the story in those games over the top Scott. Sasha Grey one of my favorite people in the world. Hey I was like this is fucking awesome and all of them looking good got that make up on however when you start walking down the road man and people do the thing where they spawn end each other and then trip because they spawning like right now so there'd be like spawn spot and then you'll come around a corner and people are shooting and you start to think in your head. There's a good chance or shooting each other 'cause somebody's spawned in the wrong spot. Not because there's like some story right. Some plot that is that is playing out someplace elsewhere in there in a battle. And you're seeing this battle instead you start to go there probably fighting because somebody's spawned that trip the animation and the activity like does in red debt. Because in red dead you just whisker somebody and the entire world was against you in red dead to. And that's the way this feels is just sorta falls apart. It's still for that price man. It's still one of the best remastered graphically I've seen died game. Looks good got something unique to is like how good the menus look because a lot of times you know. You got the clunky old manuals right. That's and when they remastered that stuff that like the in game graphics look good but then like some of the menus look outdated as fuck and you know like doesn't make sense anymore. I think they've done a great job with making a been more appealing. I think they also did a good job of making it really appealing to clothesline pimps and I think that we've all forgotton I think it's easy to forget the enjoyment of of what happens in clothesline a pimp but in that game with those wrestling moves and you just running down the center of the road. Clothesline a pimp grab a hooker. Dvd grab a police officer. Pick him up body slam him and then one of the best ones. Have you run up somebody from behind you do a leapfrog got in the video you do? Leapfrog dropped your feet and then like back side kick him. It's just so dumb. It's so it's just for no reason. And they have on full moves like drop an elbow. Then do a half caroling you. Pick them up and body slam. Then you drop onto the ground like the fucking people's Elbow. It's just it's over the top so anyway very cool very enjoyable. Glad to see that we've got You know that kind of remastered coming I would like to see more of this popping around with with what do you call it with? Assassin'S CREED. We were talking about screens morning. I would love to see better. Remastered part Shed shed says speaking of sausage. She was plane. Secure the last few days not a quitter. Oh no I watched. Sasha grace twitch almost every single time she says now right not only that we won't get into the politics but she's just she's just playing games very easy going and there's no drama about it like and yeah like somebody said not a quitter. It's just like all right so I died. I mean obviously somebody who deals with frustration and their normal life probably looks at the game is like you know some people look at the game. They want to be easy if that frustration. But then there's the other people that that frustration and their real life a game no matter what the game does they're like I don't care. And that Sorta the way she is and she plays quite well. We were watching She did resident evil and she died a bunch of times resonable well but she just fun to watch and I think that's just so funny that like she's so demure normal on twitch and then you watch other people who were not ex- adult movie stars that are over the top and you're just like this is such a weird dichotomy but it's fun. I'm glad to see those people you know like movie stars Music Stars wrestlers all that kind of stuff those kind of people on twitch..
"sasha grey" Discussed on The Grid
"Right now was was there when that was going on. I was really touched by how many people came out to railway even people. I interacted with on twitter before or who had people though I had my old tournament. Poker podcast. They were like. Oh Hey I'm you know this person. We talked on twitter this one time and I was like. Oh Yeah Wow you. You came to my final table. What's what's going on you know So I was really happy coming out of it because the experience was so much fun and there was a moment of disappointment of like oh man. He has queens six of diamonds. That like you know I didn't win embrace that kind of thing but I think within ninety seconds of the tournament ending I was back to like. This was the most fun thing I've ever done and I can't wait to do it again. I think I recovered about as quickly as anybody could from losing heads up for a bracelet. There's also something to be said for the fact that a lot of people don't value jam or check raise jam enough just in general they can definitely value jam enough in river spots where feel emotionally attached to the resolve right. So there's something kind of cool about that too that you looked at your hand you thought about the situation quickly and you determined that you were going to go for it and risk losing with something. That was not close to the nuts right. Of course all flushes beat you. Yeah And how do you recommend people to of develop that skill to not be so scared of valujet in intense situations whether it's a bubble of an event or a bubble of a final table because that is something that I think that can make you very vulnerable? Yeah absolutely I think the the thing that expands my comfort zone in terms of allowing me to make plays that I wouldn't have previously made is having recognized that I've studied enough that I feel super confident in where the of the players coming from so in this spot for example just recognizing how much how many chips I win if he does call me with a six or what the that is if he does have a calling range. That includes was hands. Maybe you hear her calls with two pair every now and again. I don't know the that comes with that being so substantial in the fact that I'm able to recognize that comes from all the work that I've done with solve as it comes from just all the practice I've put in the coaching. I've done that has given me an intuitive sense of like where the actual thresholds. Aw that create in terms of how wide someone quote unquote should be trying to get value within. Certain spot will how wide someone should be bluffing. And I think that most people they have a very restricted comfort zone in terms of that stuff because they they have like a binary concept of what a mistake is they have good plays bad place mistakes and then whatever the opposite of a mistake is you know. And they don't recognize that there's such a gray area that were when you change one variable you can calculate something in a way where it turns something that's super plus into something super negative but at the same time as Sasha Grey area in the middle where you can change one variable a little bit and it slightly affects the but it doesn't take a certain play from being the best possible play ever to being like. Oh my God you suck at this game it's always a sliding scale and I think when you've done enough envy calculations you start to recognize. The most of this game is gray area and trying to avoid ever making a play that could be categorized as a quote unquote. Mistake is futile. Because you never really know what the definition of a mistake as anyway. You never really know when you've made a mistake. Get proof that it's a mistake because even if you left the river and they call and they show you a better hand you don't know what portion of their range that was necessarily because you don't have proof about exactly the construction of their range leading up to that point and even if you asked them let's say if you ask somebody. Would you have called this hand on the river to try to get a gauge of what portions of their range they calling and what portions are folding? Most of the time they would give you an incorrect themselves because they have an incorrect assumption about how they themselves would actually play in the moment compared to what they were analyzing. Afterwards I guess part of the part of the reason why I was able to to make this play or make plays in this space is because I don't really ruminate on the stakes since I find it so hard to definitively say. I made a mistake here a lot of the time. It's like something could be a mistake through one person's frame of thinking and then not a mistake through another person's and those people who think differently about this hand are both very good at this game and it seems unnecessary to me to try to figure out who's quote unquote right in that spot instead of just committing to the idea that we're in such a gray area that it can be somewhere down the middle it can be kind of okay but maybe not the best play and a lot of plays actually in that category. A lot of plays probably not a mistake but probably not the highest play as well. I think getting comfortable without over time has really helped absolutely I mean although of course that's difficult for people looking for a quick fix Y- years and years and do tons of coaching and all this stupid stuff you'll You'll eventually get to that point now. It's not what I'm saying. I'm saying I think the just understanding that it's in a gray area and also giving yourself permission to make mistakes as well like just not falling into that desire that we all kind of have to some degree to like just absolutely. Can I cuss on this thing to just absolutely beat the shit out of ourselves when we do something that we think is a mistake? We bust out of a tournament and we're like. Oh Man I'm the worst like I can't believe I punted like that. Like I can't believe I made this play. And then you go home analyze it and the plays like negative one and a half big blinds. And you're like it's one and a half blinds. Like why do I can you know? So it's it's funny how results-orientated people can be specifically when looking at mistakes. I think they they look at the outcome of SPA in terms of not just in terms of like they took a bad beat but they look at. Did they get cold on as like feedback on? Was it a good bluff and the trick is to separate the feedback that you get from the play that you actually made. And that's really hard. Yeah there's something very interesting to me about the self indulgent and self flagellation that comes in live poker purlee goes people play for so many hours and sometimes is like obsessive self hatred over making a play that maybe wasn't great but also definitely didn't work out seems to me like it's this weird combination of saying that at first seems like the person's being very hard on themselves which you know sometimes should be good. You know you're working on yourself trying to become better but then also has this element that like you're expecting to be a mind reader which is of course impossible and poker unless you're playing against tell box so. I often find that it's not very useful and then like this kind of being ability to work on quantifying. You're just realizing that it's part of the game and he's fall if you don't value somewhat thin you can't really block very and you're a lot of people want to be able to blossom spots that ace diamond as a blocker et CETERA. Unlike you just are not going to be able to do that at a high frequency at all right if you have. No lobster. Have No thin if you have no value. That's yeah I think. A lot of people It's funny I was talking to a student of Mine. The other day about this and We had this conversation about raising the river. Like raising the river's bluff and he was like okay so I get that. I'm not raising the river enough as a bluff in these types of spots. I get that I just only have value when I do it. But surely I can't just like bluff as rivers with a high frequency and then people will just fold. I get where he's coming from but the reason he's finding it so difficult to conceive of making river. Bluff raises is because he intuitively recognizes. That he doesn't raise rivers for value almost ever so he thinks whenever he raises the river. He's repping the absolute nuts or a bluff and because it's hard to have the absolute nuts he now doesn't wanNA bluff at all because he doesn't think anyone who believe in right. The resolution to that is to be the kind of player who's capable of raising the river thinly for value. And then who's also capable of bluffing? A ton on the river. So that you're actually able to put people in really tough spots. What does this think of your plan solve? Liked it but the interesting reason as to why it liked it is because it didn't want him to really ever use the four hundred k. Sizing with any flushes. It wanted him to pretty much polarize range substantially with flushes and flush blockers to use like an over bet size like a one point five or two x over bet and then the two-thirds pot issue kind of size that he actually used was mostly coming from a range of To Peres pretty much and six so when I raised with ten six in fact I think from what from the parameters I put in. I think I hadn't met the stock threshold or something. So it had him betting four hundred and raising to light one point two something instead of shopping but regardless when I raised so at one point two he had no three bet shops because he had nothing in his two thirds Paul River range. That wanted to shove once I raised so all his flushes were basically just going. Larger two-thirds range was was six x and to pass. And that allowed me to raise. I think it had ten six basically if it did. Check back the turn. It was pretty much always raising the river because when he specifically about two-thirds Paul ten six is just like never losing not all right and what what size is did you put on the river beside you put. I gave him like a block. A Bet. Size like twenty five percent and then like two thirds and then I think I gave it like one twenty five and then two hundred one thirty five. I forget the exact ones but I I gave him to over. That's so it's four. Different sizing generally would solve as long as the game. Tree is not too massive. I try to do progressively more sizing street by street. So I if I go one size on the flop I'll have to on the ton and three on the river or two on the flop three on turn four on river so I think in this instance I had three or four four on the river but it. Yeah it didn't. It didn't want him to bet this size with anything. Beats ten six so it like my raise but realistically. I don't think it's easy to say. Like oh he just doesn't have a flush winning best this size that.
"sasha grey" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"You know. I. I've heard that if you go into the porn business you'll never make it into the big screen right. That's what they say. I want to break that rule. Well you know. A LOT OF SODAS. Everybody A- Sasha Grey all those did. She kind of did some so called regular mainstream movies. But I don't know if she's still doing. I think there's a few girls that almost crossed it. You know like Lake Merrill Chamber needle hardly bid it if you mainstream movies but always playing kind of a sex worker It's always think that but that's cool. So what do you want to be when you grow up? Happy Happy happy now though. I'm pretty happy pretty happy but you could be happier. Yeah well you see pretty happy Hula-hoop it yeah love Hula hooping. Yeah yeah it gets your pelvis going. Yeah very good. How'd you like this strip tease? It was amazing. I was very impressed. I was due right right. Hula-hoop was really nice. That was married. So we have two females from very different walks of life connecting the level of just sharing feelings skills. Who Does it inspire you to Hulu? I might try it but you know what I like to do. Pull them seen. The landlord was catching up with the landlord was like going to catch up with me and so I had to take it down. But I'm thinking about putting it back up but I had a few injuries. You know but it was like fun. 'cause I was drinking. Been so we've heels here. We made that another. Yeah Yeah so how about you pull data. I went to one class with My cousin and our best friend and it was so hard but we are very good at it now and my cousin has one in her room. Shout out.
"sasha grey" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"I see a freak freak higher higher mea khalifa interview about that very topic. She had a hard time. She basically isley fit like everything that is on the internet of her. She filmed within like eight months. Meets ovalles and may twelve thousand bucks does not make a dime off of anything. That's out there. Her and she's like my life is basically ruined. Everybody that's looking. You know she's like. I applied for this job job. Soon as people realise who i am not. She had a little show for a web series. It's a little bit. I thought she free but she's a big enough name. She should be able to use it and spend it but like i agree yeah. That's unfortunate eight months of life yards. I heard some wild shit about me. Cleveland also feel bad for one of my one of my home as the work. He's the date is girl. Girl was best friends with me. Khalifa tovar should really these while she saw feel bad for honestly. I always loved <hes> how she would just put anybody blast that tried to slam blackballed from a lotta shoots. Those schools probably like do you <music> especially jameson. It was a bunch of people slide there. I mean not getting people wanna see what is all about like. I saw it on the internet. Let me me. I wouldn't even care all right and that's what i'm saying like who cares we all do it does much good yeah it'd be it'd be negative profile profile people don't watch third last night get requests when they get to the bread. I know i can get a lot of girls aren't necessarily freak for example like in a personal bedroom. Like how would you feel girl was like nah. I don't really wanna do that. Then you get all set and then she'd do it all over for it was also entre remember entourage when he was dating on sasha grey dating sasha grey and he was like having nervous nervous breakdowns because she was about six six like she was like she was like benny. This is my job. This is my job any go off the rails. What a great show. That is a great. It was a girl came with your girl came home. <hes> <hes> it was the poorest. Darn says she had amazing day at work today. What the fuck say somebody brought in lunch. It was a post on it was like if my girl out there riding a boat year you might as well put your taking them out in my girl that big you might even be leading some negative portraits. I'll call you. My girls are doing whatever they wanna the if you tell them don't do do you might as well say. Go free drinks. That's so you know with the miami and <hes> do that. All the girls come in a booth. We give all the girls seconds to get to our movie. Yokneam me a free new era by girls girls man all easy that we bottles. Y'all just gonna run. They have a good time time. I think i think in that split moment. They just be like man. You only live once you let me go ahead and let me go ahead and do this and that's why i beat it. I never behaved on a woman. That's like focus liberty or something like that. It's like hey. Would you like you know what. I mean who cares who the fuck cares. So which are which i did you listed his interview on the radio this morning and thinking about that in my experience with that no have you ever been with a girl that told us he was not being would've like a girl na virgin first garage sex weirdness <music> out about that. That's why i like liberal. I lost about it ray his favorite you're so last summer..
"sasha grey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"S. and why the New York regional sports network that room to the Mets that's coming up on Bloomberg business of sports but first let's look at this week's top stories starting with a somewhat controversial milestone in college sports controversial you think or predictable it's predictable controversy was well in essence insure to summon up Mr novih Williams the amount of money that colleges are now spending on coaches and their staff and administration both of those have a clips what they spend on scholarships yeah I think the the the the coaches pay is been big in scholarships for awhile and now it says administrative admins and the staff is on them yeah I mean it's I I have predictable seems like a a good word for this I mean the the the spending is is going so big at the top the top level of college sports this doesn't surprise me one of their you know thing that I have to mention the the the accounting for scholarships spending is so poor right now in college for college sports the number that pick your school Alabama Ohio state the number they say they spend on scholarships is so dramatically inflated doesn't even cut a check I mean they can in it either raising tuition or admitting some of the student yeah I don't actually cut a check that exactly yeah they're they're paying that money to the schools we won't get in the transfer price accounting and and how that works I know we will it is a it is essentially a phantom number so so that the realistically the amount they were paying too you know staff and administration probably eclipse this fee a long long time ago but it is another highlight of the way in which you know some of the revenue stream or the the expenses the ones going to players are staying relatively flat there's been a little bit of change other ones including you know facility costs and the cost of coach and administration that are essentially skyrocket and I should say kudos by which Steve Berkowitz over USA today he puts the stuff to get every year does better than anybody covers the numbers of college sports as a real good job let's turn to the next topic this one bums me out because I thought the momentum was going but it's looking like gender discrimination talks between the US women's soccer team and the U. S. soccer federation are breaking down this is where I have fun with the bar what was it out there in the atmosphere that made you think there was a moment because I honestly fought since this is twenty nineteen and since the U. S. women's soccer team won it all that maybe just maybe people will realize that this gender discrimination in the problems with their mind made up you're saying the the women's players are right yes Sir saying you've got it yes more yes I am no buying into the U. S. soccer argument of they do not generate the same revenue estimate mainly the soccer team that you've been talking about for the past several months I understand that but they also played a world going past several months apart this point this was the men's World Cup and the U. S. was in it I would say to you how much more tension and then given even the women did during their work up this this is this is wrong I'm not saying right or wrong but I'm just saying I don't think that argument you get it's apples to watermills you've gots eighteen playing during a World Cup year versus a team that is not the World Cup I like apples and I like warm I was with you for a bit sorry until until U. S. soccer a couple weeks ago came out with its version of the numbers right which was a drastically different accounting than what the women put out and then quietly U. S. soccer is also hired to lobbying firms to go to Capitol Hill and and and lobby against these these federal bills that would essentially prohibit them from receiving federal funds if they were paying the two teams equally once you saw those two things you know my mind again thank you know maybe this mediation is you're gonna end up we'll see now when our heading to it a jury trial and we're gonna let me lay it all out there as a journalist who likes you know to to to see disclosures and things like that out of you have great injury and empanel you didn't get paid but will you serve on this jury well that would be great what do you have it out we know millions I know him he's out and finally another soccer topic Saint Louis they may have lost the rams but we are gaining a food bowl team of a different sort of an alleged head of a man who lost the rams but I but they're getting a less yeah so MLS so many this would be we cannot do this would be twenty eight for folks who are curious L. A. F. C. was twenty three in Cincinnati this year is twenty four we're getting teams in Miami and Nashville next year Austin in twenty twenty one and then reporter the Saint Louis in twenty twenty two so that would be number twenty eight which makes this league that's big even for a soccer league one other thing of note for this franchise you know seamless been trying for a while to get an M. L. S. team this would be a majority female owned soccer team Caroline kindle bets yep right up top enterprise so yeah I think that's a a nice little note for for a loss yeah maybe we need to get her involved in this okay disturbing I think there are enough people involved mixed we speak with Steve rap president of us and why the New York regional sports network that's home to the mat and that is straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports you can follow me on Twitter at big bar sports you can follow me at no V. underscore Williams and by the way gets the Reds take on that underscore you can follow me and Sasha grey here every week at this time and cats are apple podcast Mondays Wednesdays and Thursdays you are listening.
"sasha grey" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"These are examples that we've written from the very first episodes of the show. So. Speed is no hadn't even actually think these actually would work anymore. Honestly. So like one of mine is that. Maximus desma radius is the greatest hero of all time period. Or you could say something like predator as a slasher film masquerading, as an action movie. Right. Terrifying. Yeah. You can you can say all these things, I mean, people who come on the show, sometimes they'll throw more words in. But it's like this is the best excellent performance, something like that. And so I'm in, I can't sure boogie nights is the most positive thing to come out of the adult film ministry ever. Wow. That's interesting because I haven't seen the Netflix documentary, or whatever what's like after porn ends or after the camera stops rolling. It's all about the life after being a porn star like there's don't get me wrong. There are movies that deal with the adult film. There are documentaries, there are sympathetic looks at it. There are people like Sasha grey who or, you know, make a leaf who've gone into acting or broadcasting Kroger's where it's like, I don't think of the adult film astray or sex workers as like the most negative thing know there's obviously, a seedy underbelly to that world and in reality, but this is arguably one of the greatest movies ever made in my opinion. It's my favorite medium of film, my favorite medium, and it might be my favorite movie ever. It's close to it. And so I can't feel like there's anything else that's even touched this in terms of his impact, and what I love about that your thesis and the movie is that it's not they don't sugarcoat it. They really don't know cocaine code, which is gets really really awesome and really fun. And then there's a huge crash and come down. And then depending on how you deal with it. Todd Parker or Dirk dig lower your life. Goes one way or the. The other. And that's one of the reasons why requiem for dream is one of my favorite movies of all time now is very hard to watch. But I've always said, look, if you want kids to not do drugs show, requiem for a dream is because they'll show all the cool things all the things that they don't tell you in Deir in-drug class, don't educate you on your can make a lot of money. You're going to have so much fun. You're gonna have a hot girlfriend that loves everything about your boyfriend. And then it's gonna hit you, then it's going to catch up with you. And that's what I think is so beautiful about it. So I, I do love that. And I think my thesis is going to be more direct about the casting in the film in which this is the greatest ensemble cast ever represented in film, that is such a that's such a ballsy statement considering the number of mill moves we love, but, oh, and even really argue against it too hard. Yeah. I mean, think of Infinity war, you know, think of all the marvel movies that have come out, you know, the oceans movie what, what have you this cast, though the amount of range and acting chops that come in here? I mean, if you wanna talk about great actors, you can ignore the Giuliani's and the PSA churches in talk, talk to me more about, you know, Heather Graham, how many times have you looked at her and be like, God damn. She should win an Oscar or how many times do you ever look at? Why am I forgetting Todd's first name right now and realize Jane, yet, Tom Jane, why wouldn't you ever look at him? You're like that's an Oscar worthy performance, Laura Walters. Like who's more award Walters while she stands on this movie? Right in John, C Reilly this is one of those things I mean, T has had a great use of John C Reilly in magnolia in this film, showing us the Deutz hilarious, and he has great hilarious moments in this. These also got such great dramatic chops. Everyone Burt Reynolds. Mark Wahlberg was born to play this role. You know. So that is definitely that is one hundred percent. My thesis statement. Yeah. It's I mean I could go on and on and on and on about the cast in this movie. I mean, there's so many inner so many, you know, h h Macy and Alfred Molina an endless this, the cast is his wife's name. She. The you're talking about William H his wife. Oh, I can't think what her name was right off the bat. She's, she's really, she's kind of blown up over the last couple of years to yeah, I'll look her up while while we move forward. But yeah, that is how the show usually starts guys. We share these statements if you have a different thesis, they've been one that's similar or different to ours, share it in the comments below, make sure you subscribe, if you're, if you're watching this on the action industries YouTube channel moving onto the next part of the movie this is going to be the hardest one for us to stay Nina Hartley, Nina Hartley. This is the hardest one for us to stay focused on. Yes, fist-bump on. This is the moment. Something happens in a movie, you look around maybe drinking, I don't know. Maybe you're not maybe just having a great time you're by yourself. You're in a theater, you just look is any L scenes right now. Because someone happens, you're just Just like. like the rest of this week. Right now. I'm so hyped. And this can really be anything is going gonna give me an explosion headshot, a certain line, a look touching look between father and son. The, the music depressing moment, Gaby's teeth. He could be anything, Gary BC's white suit Gabby teeth, and another movie Jib abuse. abuses teeth, when we just we just had a an incredible guest on our show. Actual moving Adamy talking about his movie Benjamin. Yes. Saying how he was Gary bucy's son's stunt, doubles so UC stunt double on starship troopers. I wanted to ask about the knife in the hand, so bad just figured it wasn't just wasn't wasn't the time. Yeah. Because he didn't take a knife in the hand. It would been a dumb question. Yeah. Right. I really wanted to talk to him about it. I asked him about point blank, and he wasn't really in the movies. So I was I there. was there for like two days. So. I will start first with this. And, you know, the way that has introduced this movie movies, my friends told me about it in college, and I've watched the drug deal, gone, bad seed, maybe ten twenty times before you ever see them ever saw the movie, I just I was just so just mesmerized by there was something so beautiful about it, and it's really tough for me to kind of pick a moment because I love when William H Macy kills himself. That's honestly incredible. It's one of my fist pumps because it's when everything starts change the eighties. But this is so weird for me. It's during the drug deal gone, bad scene, when shits about to hit the fan in Walberg sitting there and he's just staring off. And you can just see the thoughts going through his mind, have just like what am I doing? How did I get here and he's not doing anything he's not even you don't even see those he's smiling kinda yeah. And he's just gone. It's like he's trying to a moat these thoughts but it you your mind you is the viewer do so much work for him because you're like you'd be thinking all the same shit. You know, you just saw how bad it could really. See for him earlier. So that moment when he's sitting there and just staring off every single time. It just it just brings me right back to the Senate like right back to Senator beautiful pure filmmaking. Great acting, great cinematography. The writing the tone. The music everything about it for me. It just all comes together, right there. Yeah. And every time it happens. I just feel like full, I don't know how to explain it any other way than that. It's I mean, again, this movie has endless numbers, and I could pick. I could pick a, a scene, the critical moment for many scene, and it could be my fist but moment because there are just so many, but I think if I was going to all expand beyond a single moment, and I will say that my fist bump moment in this movie is the pool party because it's the movie opens, and Dirk has really intensely sad scene, where he gets runs away from home, and it costs immediately from this really dark moment to him showing up out in wherever it is a receipt, or something. And he lives in. Somewhere in the valley shows, Jack's house, and he knocks on the door, God and this party starts, and from the beginning of the party all the way through the end of the night when they're in the hot tub, and he talks about. He's been thinking about his name. I think that's the senior dirt digger isn't it? It might be the next one. Okay. Or is it that when I, I can't we should know this? I think it's the next one when he first meets everybody, I meets everybody. But like him showing up and the look from Philip Seymour Hoffman a Scotty j when he see it looks across and he sees Dirk and Dirk first meeting read when, when, when Walberg first meets Johnson rats that might just be my favorite moment in the whole movie. What is what is your first season but he's like bartending and he's like, making the worst Margarita Margarita that he's like. Dukes await, I would have seen you on there every day. I was. How you bet. I asked you, first same time cool. They said that says that he's like you ever see that movie Star Wars five times, people told me, it looked like Hans solo. The whole their interaction in that seed. I've gone back to watch Sony time because it's just like this is just beautifully stupid, funny and incredible. It's so well everything you get ten. That's the other one that I was just like it's so good and so bad. But I actually in that scene. You got the touch seen. I actually like, feel my heat more. Oh yet because. Feel feel feel. Feel he. Okay, let's town. The he. You and I. I also love in the pool party scene, how they cut to the first person view of Scotty may seeing him for the first time like walking over and being awkward so WorldCom's too. No, it's dude. It's that seen the whole sequence is just my favorite thing. I just every time I've watched the movie really, I think. Remember who it was? But there's a very, very, very famous movie critic who described in his review of boogie nights that the first hour of boogie nights is some of the most flawless filmmaking ever made like the first hour I think it's probably through the time that he wins the award. Right. I'd have to think I don't remember when the first hour like sort of this, I beach is you keep rocking Ocoee Brock in. Yeah. What I also love early on is the is the whole first filming of Dirk from, from Scotty, j getting them in the locker and walking side by side in this tiny us, like I know that probably would have gotten there and maybe him in Philip Seymour, Hoffman gathered together. I guarantee you PS h was like, I think I know how to make this like even more weird and pathetic every door..
"sasha grey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"With people for misfit teens are unexpectedly entrusted with key that carries the secret to stopping the invasion, without any adults or electronics to help guide the way it is clear, what they must do band together conquer their fears save the world babysitter kind of budget at fifteen and a half million dollars. The babysitter next three days. The this is war, MiG g the director. I just like him for whatever reason as a director, I've just I've those three films. I really. Really especially babysitter. Surprising. I enjoyed quite a bit. Yeah. And you watch you watch the this means war with me with. Yeah, with respond. Chris pine and Tom hardy agents I've watched what yeah. We watched a movie with Norway, you watch the movie, I tone, even remember that. Reese, Witherspoon I have absolutely. No recollection of that experience. I remember to live on. So much, Jerry trying to passengers. We watched said, yes, I've been maybe I didn't realize. Don't know. I don't even too busy focusing on the burning burrito. Bag. Like I do legitimately remember our experienced trying to watch passengers but I don't remember all whenever rim of the world is Ari. That's okay. We're in the world is G. And I'm looking forward to it is also Netflix movie. Yeah. I know actually what have I would say that as among the two or three. Good. Netflix, original movies the babysitter straight up. Good apostle thought was good, too. I didn't see a puzzle. I wanna see perfection. That's a new Netflix four movie. But again, it's an F. No, you just don't ever with those low expectations. Let's reverse, it do do twenty and then we'll do ten movies out twenty years ago. We've got Notting hill and the thirteenth floor off on time last week thirteen floor. Actually came out the. We talked about that a little bit of the matrix, the matrix sort of with Gretchen MOl moving beer. cO Notting hill, quite a bit. I haven't watched in a long time but I really didn't time. I really liked it. I thought it was a it was, it was refreshingly semi kind of more realistic attempt at, like a famous person, but a non famous person where it wasn't super clamorous. And you of see why she would be taken with his experience of hanging out with his normal guy. Nora friends were really funny and res e funds has remained right. Really funny in that we smoke in the weeds, wearing the is wearing the home icon as really shirts that he was wearing the whole thing. And just the his inability to realize, just, you know, stuff awareness. Yeah. Classic like nutty roommate character, but he was great. And Julia Roberts was fantastic. That's a good movie. I'm just a girl sitting in front of a boy asking him to over. I you know, I missed the romantic comedy era. I, I really like that genre. It's a bummer that don't really make that many of those, it's a good thing that drew is not. Movie talk. I know. Be one hundred percent there with you. I love me around com. I've never seen Notting hill per won't see 'cause I don't like chillier up. Could you grant vehicle when he's funny? He's funny. Yeah, that's a that's a, that's a fun one. It's more romantic movie than Four Weddings and a funeral. I will submit. Yes. Great comedy. Not a great romantic. Oh, I had a heart and I enjoyed that a funeral. No very funny. I had a I I'm, I'm totally with you. I really enjoyed that movie super funny there so many just crate lines in that film. But you're right. I always thought that any Dowell than any that she was kind of kind of a be kind of unlikable. I kind of wanted him to end up with anybody else, just hanging with Kristin Scott Thomas. She's way, cooler felt bad like in retrospect, when she tells him that she was in love with him the whole time I was like I should have gone with that, dude. Yeah. This chick over years, not cool. I- movies out this ten years ago. Terminator salvation and the girlfriend experience girlfriend experience. I've never seen that the Soderbergh moving. I haven't seen it either. I have not seen it. Yeah. That's the one that had the, the famous as you relatives Sasha grey. The seen some of her work, just not that wasn't it. Looks like an experience but not a girlfriend experience. Yeah. That's kind of a and they made a TV show that with Riley, Keith did. I actually looked up the girlfriend experience. I ended up getting the, the first thing that came up was the series queues. Have we talked to was contagion, right? Yeah. I'm a fan that movie is so that movie is really, really good. And it's not it's kinda distinct to solder because he was Logan lucky to right? Yeah. Yeah. He's just he's got this way of moving his movies the forward momentum in his films. Yeah. It's not like they're not action movies. The stuff happening isn't necessarily action related. But he's got this momentum, especially in contagion, because this out check it contagion just ticks along the whole movie drives, the entire cinematic, swagger, almost out of sight is a movie that not much happens in feels like some, it's happening constantly and you're moving. And the music's great love. I just watched that again movie out of sight. Yes. That's Jennifer Lopez. And George, George Clooney, one of the first movies were Clooney was actually good. That was what you're like. Oh, this is a bad TV actor might be fantastic. And if you wanna talk about an. Like, like sort of the flip side of it out of sight was really good. Because that was a very unlikely pairing of Jennifer Lopez, and George Clooney in a very unlikely scenario. And yet, that is an incredibly my in my opinion. Very romantic absolutely fill. Oh, yeah. Locked in the trunk together, and all that the conversations that she has with her father as s great stuff. Let's Terminator, especially with the trailer, having come out. We talked a little bit about that off air. Every time every new Terminator trailer. Every everything's t to by the way, I still think might be the single greatest action movie ever made. I think it's for sure, in the top five, it's amazing movie they, but it was so game changing it was so nothing like it was so incredible everything after that has felt like bad fan fiction video game quality, this is a direct sequel, Terminator two Sam okay? So technically, you could actually just watch your mater to always suggest to watch the original the first Terminator two talking to John. Because I watched. The trailer with him for the new Terminator movie, and I have not seen any of the Terminator movies at all how, but this trailer looks really good. I mean that could movie and it looks like it's gonna be really fun to watch. And but I don't know anything about it. And I was wondering, like, if I have to see any of the Terminator movies. Terminator, especially Terminator, two the emotion that movie. Everything about that. Movie holds up the characters the special effects still look unbelievably good for movies. Yeah. It's Terminator two. It's it is it is one of the greatest action films ever made in Cameron's interesting because Cameron determinator the original Terminator when did the so I'm trying to find when the original term eighty five. Yeah. Like alien and aliens, Terminator is kind of a horror movie, Terminator two is more an action movie. Terminate the original maters not does not hold up. Well, it is incredibly data to music in that is original original Terminator that came out in nineteen good story, Schwarzenegger's perfect. Yeah. Parts of it are stiff, and you're right. The music bash. No watch it 'cause you need to set up. And it's good. It's what an hour and a half to it's. Yeah. But it's funny with Cameron did with that because Cameron kind of did with Terminator two what he did with the alien franchise, even though he didn't do the original aliens, really Scott, the first alien which is slow burn horror fantastic. Sifi. Okay. All time classic and then Cameron comes along does aliens the sequel, and makes it into this juggernaut of an action film, which is just incredible. And he doesn't Cameron just turns to gold. Yeah. And he doesn't mean similar into first Terminator was an action film. But he's like you said, more horror. He took Terminator two and just did what you should do with this equal and made great out of it. It's, it's kind of tough to overstate because Terminator was such an iconic movie. It was a huge deal in t to when Schwarzenegger shows up and then you realize he's good because he was so scary. And he was so bad in I one that reversal was big and the great thing about Terminator two is that even though it was done in the nineties, it was some of the first CGI the way that he handled. It was with was crafted so well, that it absolutely aged perfectly. I doesn't seem dated at all in my opinion they blow up a building. They really both a building when Robert Patrick needs to turn the medal and pass through prison. Bars. He does that CGI like they know when to employ it, and Linda Hamilton, gives one of the all-time cool chick action heroine that she is. So believably awesome. I am. I didn't care for three that much. I will admit. I do really like Terminator salvation and they actually do. Enjoy Genesis two the first forty five minutes, Genesis fantastic and then fell apart. So I was just thinking because I wasn't sure how many Terminator movies there are because. Yeah because I just I I don't know why it's like a franchise. I've never gone into I've never just watched any of them. And so this is so Terminator, this new one their new one. That's coming out this year, Terminator, dark fate is the six okay, Terminator, three stupid because the big thing threes, would've Terminator who's a woman. She's a Hobart. She's not a woman. Anyways. Linda Hamilton was a woman. Yeah. Local road, even to Brett Ratner for crying yet. No, the new. I'm looking forward to the new one. I think it's going to suffer. I really enjoy the lead a battle angel. But I think this even though it's Tim Miller who did deadpool directing it. I think the movie would have been way better off. It was camera doing it. Same thing with Lita battle angel. Ninety two avatar movies. Yeah. Yeah. But he's got to make all the all the cat people underwater. This time. Dubya underwater. Yeah. That's the big deal. That's the big thing motion caption underwater. Well, he loves underwater submarine, captain or whatever. So I, I think he's going to do is going to take what they did with aquaman, and actually make it like really, really. If anybody can do that James Cameron, can you? Absolutely. I'm sure it'll be visually stunning. It'll be actually I enjoyed it on watch at home in taking it all in the same way like my overspilling, often this guy. Pretty colors. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah..