9 Burst results for "Sixteen Different Characters"
"sixteen different characters" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"One that is i. I've never been more excited for the video game industry and where consoles each one of them doing their own individual thing in a different lane next to each other. That's only good for gabor's we're about to get so much. Dope exclusive shit. Yeah because we're talking about tentpole. Titles being halo infinite and star field but then you look at the other titles that are gonna sprinkle sprinkle around those and you're thinking about titles like hell blade to you're thinking about scicluna to you're thinking about every while you're thinking about wolfenstein three you're thinking about the eventual indiana jones jones game. That's the one. Yeah that's the one the same studio and that stuff starts to stack up in a way. That looks very promising. And i cannot wait for this three to see what all that looks. Like hundred percent man. You know something. I've been thinking about a lot. Recently is the canon of video games. Right i saw you. You had the tweeted or part tweet. I don't remember this weekend talking about all the games that you are supposed to play like right. And it's like what ridiculous concept of there's so many different qualifiers. Though that's a conversation to itself but jumping off that it really got me thinking like not going back to older games going forward. Like what are the different canons that we have like what we have. Mcu right we have star wars the mythology of all that stuff. We have the fast and furious movies when it comes to these cinematic universe is. What is that for video games. Like what is the playstation studios cannon. What games count games. Don't and i know it's a silly thing to even talk about matters and think the moment that you can look at a company and create a canon for them things that like. Hey this is the stuff that you're expected to play or you should play an expected to fucking stupid word. I hope you guys understand what i'm trying to. But i think it's part of what makes kinda funny special or i love special. Is that when you're going into those podcast listening to them with the idea of like. Oh yeah like we know. We know this podcast is talking about. We know right now. He s love you. Return was dominating conversation because that is part. I mean that's part of the playstation cannon right. Now you know like you. You know you're going to not knowing that you're gonna get conversation about ratchet and god of war and all that stuff whereas on on the x. castle just got the most iconic most comic moments episode there and i'm not listening i'm so but you assume they're probably be talking about halo reveals gears and all this different stuff that makes sense for the platform there are. There are the games that defined the platform. I think it comes back to what you're talking about. Yeah and a the debut and the gate keeping now absolutely not. And that's i wanna stay away from that entirely. That is not the point. i'm making. I'm making the point that there's a level of quality a level of understanding of what it means to be a playstation studios game to be xbox game studios game nintendo first party. Game it difference. There's different expectations. And i think that we're we're gonna start seeing that where the xbox canon of games is going to matter just as much as nintendo and playstation in a way that it hasn't ever in the past and they are more than equipped to stand right next to him and you're absolutely right. it's like that's what makes the ecosystems in the communities like x. Cast and all that stuff around these things matter is because there's something that matters to talk about and something to discuss them care about and get invested in and the kennedy doesn't mean that everyone has to play all of them. The cabin just means like these are kind of the recommended. Works to go from this. This happens in books. This happens in every media. It's easier for us to compare it to movies because that's been so successful in recent years. But i talked to all the time about like she reads books. Constantly like insane amounts goal. This used to read one hundred books in a year. And she's like on pace to do it. I can't believe it. But i asked her. How do you figure out what books to read. And it's so similar to video games. People discuss them. You find critics of people you like you. Follow him when they recommend things. Then you read them but that when you apply it to xbox and what they've been building and building for a very long time and again it's time to get off the pot and that's that's complicated with where in the world but i expect these dates. They're talking q one. Two thousand twenty two bless. That's not that far away. So i want to know it was coming up. Trump's man i got to new stories. So let's talk about story number. Three mario golf got got an overall overview trailer revealing its full roster and game modes. I'm pulling from sam woods. Dual shockers nintendo has revealed. That mario golf super Will have an impressive roster of sixteen different characters each with their own skills and abilities the roster features some of the mushroom kingdoms most popular characters as well as a few wildcards nintendo regularly throws into the mix with these sort of games. Full roster is as follows. You got mario luigi warrior while luigi peach. Daisy yoshi bowser junior boo donkey. Kong rose lena. Pauline pauline exciting towed charging shuck king and then kings suck band. Let's fuck and go king bob. I'm usually doesn't get the love. He deserves chuck. Doesn't get enough love. Either you gotta love of football playing turtle right and he charges his. He runs it you to talk to you. But sometimes he throws baseballs at you sometimes and now. He's he's pursuing a golf career. This is like when michael jordan was like all right. I'm done with basketball. Exactly play some baseball. So there you go. Well intendo hasn't shown off many different courses as of yet we have a few familiar. Mush keenum locales. There's a standard lush green golf course. Of course based around one of the one of the desert scene. In the mario world of course based on buzzers castle of course and a forced base level one of the most exciting features of mario golf super rush is the new speed around. This was i.
"sixteen different characters" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show
"My Dad's like really into this and I'll tell you who else is really into this because I come from a big family. My Dad's pump to see the book but my siblings are like wait. I want a copy of that. You know like everyone so it's a really good check it out story worth Super Bowl. We gotTA TALK. Listen to your heart. Oh my God we gotTa Talk. Listen to see new okay. Yeah let's UNPACK. We start when you get the queer eye for the straight guy guys over the House. We need to bring shared in. We need to do a full makeover on him. Okay no more this like mountain man Chris Stapleton thing. Let's cut the hair in. He's got great hair we can. We can mold this man. We need to shape the beard up a little bit. All right chain. Where are you going with? You wanted to be the bachelor. Yes I do because it wouldn't take much like he's a really good looking guy he's just rough around the edges but his like we also though like don't need to do too much because he has a great style like. I love all his chunky rings like you so like rock and roll. I think we we did a rock and roll bachelor time. I'm here for I. Just think he needs to be the hair and like the beer is just off putting enough for women and but if you just if you just a little bit fix it up is such a good looking dude. You know what I'm here for it. I thought was Sheridan for batch. Yeah Harrison posted a picture of of Julia and brandon singing and I wrote please bring her to Mexico and I have never seen so many people be like no no. Don't you bring her and Mexico? Don't you dare bring shared another enough and to Adam like guys. Choubey fucking amazing down there. What are you talking about? You can't have nice people down there shared inst- way to get for paradise. He needs to be the bachelor for sure. Yeah Julia Man. There's a lot to say about her and last night's episode. I feel like at the end when she's just bawling crying and she's just like I didn't deserve to be treated this way Yeah you did. I was watching last night and I was like I love her so much. And she's like you always like the villain and I'm like no I love the villain. I love that there. Is someone out there. That is filming a television show. That either gives Zero Fox about how they look or is so completed completely delusional about their whole persona that they are able to act like that. There is no way if she sat down and thought about how this is going to look. She had to nose and looked so bad. Yeah I don't think she knows man and she does now obviously but at the time. I also love that I wanted to can can to gas lighters co exist in a relationship where they're both gas leading one another because it be so amazing to watch Julia and Brandon. Just gas lead each other for like an entire series. I have to hear Brandon Say Sweden. God One more time I'm GONNA PUKE my guts out. Yeah just for the seventeen guys that listen to this show never call a woman sweetie never especially in the tone he like. It is disgusting. Yusop stop yet but even like off sweetie still don't do it still not good always says it kind of condescendingly and it makes me punishment of face for sure. Romana Throat Punch you. And when he was talking to Savannah by I love Savannah during their argument like during their final conversation. She was so on her shit about what she what to say to him like. She was confident what she was saying. She knew she deserved better. Set everything like she just said everything so well. I was just like yes. Rural AMTA EFFORT. This he and he's like A. Can we have an adult conversation? Are you working kidding me Bro? I cannot with him when Julie was breaking up. Dared in Sheridan's like all right. I'll see you later. And she's like really that's it. I love that because she wanted him to fuck and cry and like and like bigger like she wanted that and he was like no. I'm going to here. And then it was like yeah but then he stopped and he was like. I'm laughing because it's because I don't WanNa cry like No. Don't you fucking make her feel like shit? Oh Man last night's episode was good. I live I thoroughly Tasha. Does she like to stir the pot? Yes she came in guns blazing on What's his name? That's American idol guy. And so it's like did you know. Is Julia Julia? Right ABOUT NATASHA. Just like stirring the shit. Yes but was Tasha wrong for telling her no and regardless of what her intention was like Julia. If I were Julia I would have been like you know what your timing's off like. Thank you for letting me know things just nuts. Here's the thing about Natasha Ryan. Do you see anything except for two people. That are both really talented. That just WanNa win and then playing the part to play the part and win. I see no romantic chemistry with them. I don't know I just feel like Russia out of everybody. Seemed like they have the most experience performing and to me. It's just like they're both like what are we in love with each other. Nah But like your hot and let's just play the part and like win this bang. You know what I'm saying. Yes but the best singer is name Rudy Rudy. She's a she's got the best voice she plays and I love Matt. He's been my fav- from Vienna. Yes from this shit fade. He is Great. It works for him. I think he's adorable and I love that like like he's good he's good he's got a good voice and he's a good guitar player. I wouldn't take great. I was good. She is phenomenal and he knows that and he just like he does his thing and like let her shine and it makes performances too so epoch so anyways yeah listen to your heart dill right. Yeah Big Fan. I got some other stuff what you got. Did you know that I used to do Improv? Classes now okay. So by the way. One of my favorite things in the world is the Improv. My original dream job was to be a writer not a writer on. Snl wave been sick. I don't way back in the day so when I was in Nashville Radio. I used to do Improv classes one because my initial thought was it. It it's real. It's a really good tool to have in radio like to be able to continue storylines and Like always be thinking of like how the punchline hits and like overly good radio tool and then I did it and it was like the most fun of ever had anything. And I'm not the best improv person but like. I've never really laughed harder when I did Improv. And like everyone should do it if you have any type of public. Speaking you ever have to do should do Improv. I say all that to say. Have you seen ditch? Sports on Netflix. Never even heard of it okay. So it's Tom. Middle Ditch is the main character the lead in Silicon Valley the great show on the way. And then it's Ben Schwartz who he's been in everything but like I think the thing that people would nice most from is from parks and REC. He's on that show. You know that famous like don't be suspicious. No don't be suspicious now suspicious. He's that guy anyways. They're both phenomenal. Improv guys they have a Netflix special right now. Called Middle Distance Sports which was a touring company. And they do long form Improv. So it's not like really quick bits. It's like thirty minute complete Improv. Stories that they're creating from just like a one story that here in the audience. It's like really impressive. That they're able to kind of like they'll do like sixteen different characters in one thirty minute show and they'll make them up on the spot and if you want like a good belly laugh go watch sports. There's five of them. It's so good you know what else I've been getting into. What have you been watching the beauty and the baker others in your notes and I was my first thought was. We'd better be getting paid to talk about the show for and talk about this show. It looks so stupid. Maybe I can just relate to 'cause it's about like an ordinary Guy Lanza famous way out of his league. Chick you like. This show legitimately do is broad with. You're losing it. First of all cushy time spot. That's right after listening to your heart so I'm just like let's get into it. I I like it. I I I was like there's no way in God's green earth that that would ever date back guy because it's kind of like plain and he's not like super hot you know he's not like John B but then I started watching more I watched it. I'm the relating to this guy you know it's like yeah you know. Sometimes you just fucking out kick your coverage in good on your bro and sometimes a Baker in Miami lands a smoking hot fucking actress. It happened and I don't know dude. I'm telling you the beauty of the baker dose leaf on it. Row the name on the off. So bad. Scant Watt it but still like God. I'm sorry I'm still doing ninety day. Fiance before days. Guys all my God. It's just getting better and better dude big ED and Rosemary. Big At doesn't want to have any more kids and and rose does and Benson big problem. Oh my favorite part was big ED getting Rosemary. Fuck into. Because he's got bad and then she's like I'm an old sir you've shit it some days. Alwyn God but still the show so good you got nipped task you got the Williams. He got big. Ed Oh man get in on it. What do you got? I got a book. We haven't talked books in a really long time right. When's the last time you read a bill? Listen to a book. Feminine it right. I'm listening to right now so I'll be able to talk about one right after you're done. I really convenient hold on. We talked about the circle a couple of episodes of garbage that book. Yeah but that was a show the movie a movie but I read the book. The books and I went back and watched the movie. It's close but the book is so much better. That's always the case isn't it? Yeah it's the last book I read was that Jar of hearts book which by the way I continue to get people deeming me telling me how much they freak in love that book so if you slept on jar of hearts I highly recommend getting eggs. Everybody my my friend Carson. When my friends are national she came over this weekend and we like lay by the pool yesterday day before she read that book in One day. And it's a thick book. She loved it. Real quick. Tell you what that's about because I'll I'll read the next. It's about a serial killer up in Washington state who like dismembers people and berries their parts in the yard but like doesn't really try that hard to hide it but it's about these like high school kids. The most popular on high school is the one that gets murdered happens. Like right off the bat and then it's like a serial killer that you find out killed her but it goes deep and her best friend was like involved in it and she gets put jail and so a lot of the book is about her life in jail which is crazy and then she gets released and then you find out all this other crazy. There's so many twists. It's so good into that parts. What are your on this one so I picked this book up. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'm mainly put picked it up because I really liked the cover. Pretty colors pink. Purple Green looks like the northern lights like big fan so picked it up because I liked that but I just started it. I'm really only a few chapters end. I'm really loving it. I'll read the back Randy. Randy people can't see our screens so they have no idea what the name of the book is just getting. It's called the lost night by Andrea Bart's and I think this is. I think this is Andrea Parts. First Book doesn't impressive debut so I'm assuming it's her first one. So that means yeah. Yeah so I'm just snap some back. Everyone was shocked when beautiful twenty-three-year-old seen stir easy killed herself after a night of partying in Brooklyn. But did she really ten years later her best friend? Lindsay begins to question if something more sinister took place that drunken night and worse if she herself was involved so it's kind of similar to the jar and the way that it's like the the the best friend is like wait was the best friend involved. You know what I mean. Anyway I really really like I like I said I literally only read a few chapters but I'm into it and I will probably finish it this week so I will give a full review. Wants time all right. So do you remember the book that I read that I was like obsessed with called visible man? Yes I've talked about it a lot and like seriously if someone that wasn't movie it and we thought it was but it's not it's similar. It's not if seriously if you are looking for like a week. A crazy awesome book need to go read the visible man by oystermen with that being said I went to my my book. Guru along Gail because we have similar tastes in books and I was like I'm obsessed with the visible man. I re read.
"sixteen different characters" Discussed on Board Game Impact
"An archaic quest. You start the game by actually before the game drafting heroes so you draft from a deck of heroes and you have little TV minis for each of these heroes. They're adorable we want to kind of want to paint all of ours but you you get three heroes and then you get. Everybody gets the same starting equipment that you outlined five cards and each hero can hold a total of four cards so you could dump all gear onto one hero and on your turn. You're going to be running around so it's either you're moving which includes like opening doors or going through a portal to go somewhere else on that because there's portals on maps or you're going to be attacking or you're gonNA move and attack or attack and move and it's actually kind of similar to some aspects of roleplaying games like the indy. Were like your up close on somebody. That's the only time like the monsters really do anything. There's not like a monster turn. Essentially if you're within a orthogonal space and north South East west of them then and you try and move out of that space or into their space Then they're gonNA try and attack because hey see you. Because they're all they're all on guard duty But the theme of Arcadia quest is a vampire is just being a vampire like no kidding in it it says like Oh of course I takeover of the town because I'm a vampire and with that being said he is now off his name's Lord Fang. He's in this mansion in the middle. And you play. There's an outer ring an inner ring and then the temple of donning twilight and so you pick three of there's like seven outer rim ones. Whoever WINS A SCENARIO GETS TO PICK THE NEXT MAP? And then you. Then there's four in the inner circle and you're only gonNA play to two of those and then you're going to play then the temple of donning twilight which is the final mission so the whole games like run around fight these things do the mission so some of them. Have you saved things some of them? Have you like just destroy different types of monsters? You're always going to be except for the last scenario? You're always gonNA get rewarded for killing your your the people you're playing with because it's a lot like Mario. Kart both respond. So like at the end of every scenario you get you use the money that you collect because whenever kills me get money and you lose the bodies and there's a there's five decks of cards of random gear so you're each gonna you're not GonNa go through the whole deck because each person's GonNa have six cards and it's a draft of these cards and so you're going to be constantly leveling up your characters getting different things so at the end of the game by the sixth scenario. You're like I read my characters freaking awesome but the only mission. It's no longer get points for Hurting your opponents it's kill Lord Fang. That's the only thing. Knock them out. In this case it was a ton of fun. I won so you win the whole thing Josh by killing Lord Fang in the sixth scenario. But then it's a thing of you tally up. There's points for how who had the most money each game who who won the most nurse you've got the most titles because like you can have like bonuses by doing different things that are that play out on different maps so it has like a storytelling part. But whoever kills Lord Fang Wins? But how well you did on the other ones terminals like how good a victory you have so no kidding Josh. I won six. I bet you can guess which one didn't win. I'm GONNA say the last one yup just the last one I had my characters in the room with Lord. Fang for like six turns. This dude kept healing every freaking turn and he needed thirty s thirteen health. I got him to took ten away of that. Finally after six turns of constantly doing things and galen just comes in and pokes them with a stick and like snipes. The kill out from under Masur's like well I win. Bruce only do so I have to say I'm a little jealous of about this one because I've played the introductory scenario to Arcadia Quest. Probably half a dozen times and have never played any other quests in arcadia quest. It gets a lot better after that first one. Yeah you know I've never really. I've always played it. Because it's what other folks have lined has never really been a huge thing. I'm not huge into dungeon crawls in general but I do think it would be a lot of fun to go through the entire thing From start to finish but as in most legacy or or campaign based Games really hard to do that sometimes when you play as many different games as we sometimes do that's true and so that's why we actually took this opportunity because it was a thing of we have the time. But here's the thing we were able to play it out like two days. We spent one Saturday and then a Tuesday night so we played through four scenarios and one day because each one's only like forty five minutes. Maybe an hour now. The first game took us a longer. Because that's when we had to look up rules but then that Tuesday night we finished the game and a half an hour reset for the next board. Because it's all modular boards and then played the final scenario. That one took like two hours in itself just because we wanted to really immersing ourselves but like yeah is like two days is awesome. That's great. That's Great. Yeah now Bruce. I do want to call out one thing. You said way back at the beginning of this explanation and that is you called Seaman. So are we are. We refusing to acknowledge their shift to come on. I am absolutely refusing to acknowledge that shift. That's one hundred percent true and I'm just going to say this just because it's the name of your stock ticker so the four letters for their stock ticker because they're traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Well not right now. We can talk about that later there it's Siham con and you don't need a name yourself after your stock ticker name like you don't need to do that but no I'm GONNA go with with Semen. I'd rather say cool many of or not. Yeah I will say Simone just easier so I'll stick with simone myself but I know that's awesome Bruce. I Like I said really jealousy you got a chance to go through the whole thing really glad that you had a good time with it. Definitely sounds like Caitlin had a good time with it as well which of course we always love when our wives enjoy does. He's with us. He'd actually like to play again. Barry interest so do you feel like there is a lot of replay ability? Once you've completed the campaign. Actually I do because we only played half of the maps and since you only get six cards each and then you draft within each other of the items like each thing had like a deck of cards of items and we didn't see some items so like what items come out but then you have six in the end new home only by three. So what items actually go with and like how you level up your characters and then the fact that there's in the base game alone there's like at least like fourteen to sixteen different characters and you're playing with three So there's like a ton a ton of things. Yeah so we'd actually like to play it again and so- Bruce that was actually. My next question is how much additional stuff do you have for our quest. Is it just the base game that you own it? Sadly just the base game and then one expansion hero. We do have nibbles. And that's part of why we were playing it because nibbles is this like jacked bunny rabbit in like base like football gear but he's Kinda like rabbit And so like I had a killer. Bunny running around the board on Easter Sunday when we were playing this awesome awesome. Well let him really exciting Yeah there's a ton of additional stuff Additional characters additional miniatures expansion so sold different scenarios. And then you've got now star. Katya quest which is this in space like there's a ton but no I just had the base game and we love it and like there's still a lot of content. They're great great that's awesome. I'm glad to hear it. So Bruce as I just said that I'm not a huge fan of dungeon dives. I'll clarify that statement a little bit here and say generally not a huge fan of dungeon diving in board games. But but the next thing I wanted to talk about is just a giant dungeon delve and and that is the that I've gotten back into D So I have played off and on for years and years and year. Been AWHILE SINCE I've been in a campaign. My last diem Started a PhD program. And so I know that feeling a while back just kind of tapped out and said between teaching and doing all this work I. I can't do it right now. So he bowed out. And you know that Group of friends that I've kept At six the same guys I used to game with back when I was in Grad School all in Illinois besides me And then are more recently. Somebody else's moved away but You know we've been talking for a while about wanting to pick back up in wanting to play some more and so To Go ahead and take the plunge Given that that everybody has the time right now to dedicate to to doing something And I'm doing something I haven't done in probably five four four years now and that is I am actually deeming this campaign so we decided I don't really have the mental capacity right now to write something so just running. A module from the coast were running the Dungeons of the mad M- age module which is a really really interesting module. If you've never looked at it dungeons a madman ages. One of their longest modules ever released for at least fifth edition and it is a monster dungeon it is. I believe it's twenty three layers the giant one right yeah. I've looked through this book. It's underneath water deep And so you start in a tavern in water deep and you go down tunneling down through these different layers of this dungeon to get to the mad major at the bottom and it is. It is a monster I'd say easily. We've got eight months to a year of content in this one book if not more Eight months eight weeks or eight months. What folks who play hardcore? Dnd Say it will take you to get through this Our sessions are restricted. A little bit. We're still only doing two to three hour sessions. Not like eight nine hours sessions. Also it also depends on like how much is the party because I've played a lot of D. and d. too especially over the last years But like how much the party actually goes towards the mission or like you know what? I'm going to mess around in town. Yeah I think with the group that we have we're going GONNA be And because this isn't really a campaign designed around a lot of role playing it's it's it's a dungeon dive. It is pretty constant. I don't think we'll have a whole lot of the side questing messing around. But but I definitely think we're going to be spending a lot of time. Just I've gotten through the first level of the Dungeon in my prep and I'd say we've got five or six game sessions just in the first of twenty three levels so I'm really excited to kick this thing off we we just finished character creation And we are scheduled for our first game session on Sunday. So I'm really really excited about this. So that's really exciting. And it's awesome that you're doing like helping them and Being the DM. I know I I've been DM for the Games that we've been running or had been running. We kind of took a pause for a while or last semester. But I know I get a lot of anxiety like leading up to that of like. Do I have enough? Like how well do I know this like how you doing with that? You know I again. Because of using the module I think that's helped a lot. I feel pretty pretty solid with where I'm at right now. Have a little bit of butterflies. Just because like I said it's been a while since I've done this but you know one of my one of my Guys in the game group has been playing. Dnd FOR LONGER THAN I have. And you know his thing was he's like you know. I haven't played. Dnd in eight or nine years. And so I want to play a character. I'm you know what like that's totally fair. I will I will run this thing. I've been wanting to run a module for a while. Now I really enjoy kind of leading my players through that experience Especially because one person in the campaign is brand new never played dnd before and so. I really love introducing new players to D- yeah and so I'm excited definitely have some some butterflies about some of the Prep work you know. Not really sure if they are gonNA be invested in the role playing aspects as much as I am so just going to be really interesting to see kind of how this whole thing plays out. But I couldn't be more excited. Awesome to get this rolling so with that things I just need to ask you one question With if there's somebody out there is like you know what now like we're needing escape from reality a little bit and you know it'd be nice to like jump into this world and like do these things and it seems like I'm GonNa need to be the. Dm is if you invest the time is. Do you get the reward. I think so absolutely. And if if you've never deemed before there are some really great modules out there for you to kind of start with and sink your teeth into I. Highly recommend the mines offend delver which is now free. Yes now free. And also the so it was the first module the module they introduced fifth edition with And and it is the perfect jumping off point for introducing yourself to DVD. If you've never played before or.
"sixteen different characters" Discussed on HIT Like a Girl
"Don't have time hi anymore to see forty patients a day. When I was in practice I saw thirty five to sixty patients a day sometimes as to wait At home and it will will call them when we have a little bit of room especially in the flu season things like that. It's just not enough doctors. Just go around. That is true but the few that they're getting burned out and as you know we didn't even touch the fact that doctors have the highest rate of suicide side of all professions. They save four hundred a day. But that's study was done in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and I for one. No five people pull this year already have killed themselves. Their doctors out. Let's just me and you know none of those people family members want to see it was to recite so I go back to Spain. Only those that I recorded so four hundred days not enough I know it and thing about it is if we could just change that whole Hmo managed care see all that stuff almost what to call it nonsense. Have a better word that starts with a B. but it's like it doesn't make any sense that so when he's telling you you must see a patient every ten minutes. Well everybody does. He have a rash as is a ringworm. Some people have Iraq caused by anxiety Arash caused by over drinking or whatever and their liver livers Phoenix. I mean a lot of those things you need more than ten twenty minutes to tackle and come back next week going to cut it because the patient might never come back and you know you don't even have enough time Isis. It thirty five to forty five patients at my last job. For how much. How much is my sanity worth you? No and yes they pay you a bonus but really is it. Is it all about money. No so I took pay cuts and I looked at the I like to hell with a two hundred thousand dollars then ago. Save a child. In the meantime you know so the Times with the pieces would be for me. The ultimate thing to change in medicine today Dr Lu-lu I think we need to have you back on in season. Four when we re record to do a whole episode just on the physician position aspect of that not just the burn out in suicide and the stress you've seen and the colleagues and everything on that is an episode unto itself. But Yeah I think when you think about that in the context of everything else you've shared in this episode. It's certainly something that cannot be ignored and I appreciate what you're doing with the direct access access because as a mom who's had a child that's dealt with that WHO's had risk assessments. That's needed more help Honestly it was a suspicion that took a little more time. I'm with a very difficult time in our life that while one of our children was very ill was on a ventilator. We had a lot going on that we weren't having those conversations. We weren't doing it but it was a pediatrician. Who took some time? Who gave some information? The pointed us in the right direction that that is really. I mean. She's still a teenager. Don't get me wrong. But as far as some of those bigger things things that needed to be tended to the things that were about her uh-huh it really set us on a much better path and had that not happened. You just you know you you like you said you look for nothing because you never know you never know. Yeah exactly with you. I agree with the need to spend more time. I mean if you look at the fact that each physician has about pera no six thousand patients panel Hannele if that physician dies if that physician is taken out of the equation as six thousand pieces. They don't have a doctor and actually see the number came up to one million. When did the man at four hundred doctors a year one medium patience wanted seeming says Luther doctor every year? Imagine that you know that's not with everything else going on in the healthcare system in the arena. That's not sustainable. We already have so many shortage. Problems interest organically that. That's not something that's okay and it's not it it shouldn't be okay and it shouldn't be ignored and it certainly just deserves more time to address for sure is my Dr Lu-lu our last question. I so I'm GonNa ask you if I'm GONNA make it a two part question because because I want to hear about your work too. We always ask our guests. What do you read whether it's professional or personal? What do you read to keep up in what's going on? Or what favorite books do you liked may have had an impact on you and then also though maybe before you tell us your favorites or the things that really impact you or what. You read Maybe you could tell us a little bit about your books folks because you have one book that I know which is how to raise a well round how to raise well rounded children. Excuse me I'm it's really like a how to series so I know there's several roll them. Maybe tell us about that before you tell us about your favorite so thank you so much and by the way I was GonNa say I'll be glad to come back and season four thank you for Levite and my book essentially was a podcast episode was a Facebook live episode. I realized that a lot of children that I see a lot of the Perez. Don't even know what to infuse into their children like they don't know what to infuse so my book is sixteen different character traits or what I call principles that you need to feed into your kids when they're very very young when they're still babies one of them is gratitude for instance took the ability to to be to appreciate that. You've got life I live. You've got shoes or whatever you got your head and be within thank you thank you so gotta cheese one of them kindnesses another the reason why bullying going on is that we just not kind enough anymore. People are not kind enough the when somebody when a child another child being bullied rather than getting help could bring out their cellphone. Has That redoing it or these testing fight fight fight. Kindness is missing in this society. You know so. There's there's a mindfulness just being able to be present be aware and be non-judgmental judge mental that is mindful definition of mindfulness being present as a parent being present. Being aware of. What's going on with your child being intentional? Oh about everything they do also coming from a place of non judgment I give you an example. Imagine if your child is dating someone you don't like you know you don't like that guy for instance it's rather than telling your daughter. I don't know what you're seeing him. Remember very well when you were a teenager. The number one thing you wonder if the apparent was validation of whatever it is you need a new currency. That's good so you're saying I don't know what you've seen that kid you're ready. We put a wall and your daughter is going GonNa be indignant as they know what because you don't like him. I'm going to eat him or whatever get pregnant or whatever but what if he said Susan I don't do. We need like Bob but to fever. Teach me to love him. Tell me what you see about him. Tell me what you like about him. She was like okay well first of all he's right there. You made a friend in your child. which is what you will have done if she was four? Four years of Mommy. Mommy Mommy look at this. You really why is that. Well it is at four missile fourteen mummy to cut my boyfriend or girlfriend like what. Oh you mean the same child but we just bring up this. Oh she's a teenager. She must be doing something wrong then we wonder why our kids to talk to us. You know what I mean so stuff like being thankful being kind being mindful being Cillian teaching your child resiliency your child perseverance. Not Child empathy and compassion. All those things that you should teach them the fact that kids are not resilient anymore that is true. We don't let them fall. We Pat Everything. We protect them from everything they should fall. They should get a bump into bruce here. They need to learn to get up and keep going you know all of those whose principal the about sixteen of them. Do the one that I remember. My book is in the other room but yeah those are the ones that I remember but just those those building blocks things you you want to teach a child and I think by myself book is funny because I put a lot of humor in it but I'm also talking at directly at the parents so that they were no. It's like a fifth grade English. Many simple to eat but fun also and I liked the last bit of the book. Tell them that the same child that just grew up is his smellier maybe Harrier sweatier but is the same kid that you know that you you you talk you read to sleep. Is the same kid that then you know you took to the prom in kid has now grown up. You know so this be that same mother. You're still look at the child as your child forever and then maybe one judge them so much and as far as what I read honestly I read a lot of Nigerian authors and I just finished the book by Awale L. A. Last name is is called. Speak No evil. It's about this kid who has lgbt by Nigerian parents and just the fact that Nigeria is one one of the countries where you get ten to fourteen years in prison for for being LGBT. And you know the call God and call God and call got some more and any turnaround and they're the hate their own kids you know it's like they try to trade out of them as an awesome awesome book. I cried in the book. I laughed laughed the book it was very very good so I try to read Nigerian authors. Sheila Manda animals it will know her. Itchy what I got to meet last year and I'm just last US June and I'm just so happy that I met her in. Turn my best to eat. Nigerian authors also read American authors. But I try because Niger an author so I I want to win Chadha China sound like a more so those two differently read you know. Thank you for sharing. Not I actually just put your book on my on My wishlist like ready to purchase it. That's a great good. You know I am just so happy to have that in my library when second book is coming up next next month but it's about seven teenagers actually a dear. Dr Lu-lu I don't know the name of the book. But basically they're writing letters and telling me what they're dealing and actually one of them did end up killing herself but yeah it's sixteen inches from different parts of the world telling me about teenage problems. I kind of address. The problems just like a letter to me. I can think of a name for it. So maybe I'll ponder on it but that sounds like it's GonNa be very powerful and very needed thankful Dr Lu-lu if People WanNa find you if they want to work with you if they want to see you and visit you as a doctor or even just kind of connect with you online fine..
Officials may ground Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons
"York's Macy's thanksgiving day parade might have to ground those massive iconic balloons NYPD's Rodney Harrison says the balloons can't be flown in strong winds we have the same concerns last year is going to be a game the decision we have some supervisors assigned to each one of the sixteen character balloons that are trained as the thanksgiving holiday approaches travelers being asked to be patient and prepared
"sixteen different characters" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here mark Harmon with you sitting for Justin Kaufman tonight taking until ten Jordan burn feels coming up at ten o'clock tonight Yuri it well I mentioned from Tel Aviv to Rommel which it your your talk it's a reed says on your but your your website here your lan dot com it steers clear of ideology in order to show the daily lives of young people during the second intifada so that is a. Depp full incredibly complex topic right there and then let's just what was tell of the forum so Rommel so Televisa to Ramallah a beatbox journey is a story about two guys one his name is Amir and he is a DJ by night and delivers packages by day and how it is a Palestinian internet cafe owner and I go back and forth between both their lives play about sixteen different characters and using mime beatbox acting and dance I tell a story about daily life in Tel Aviv and in Ramallah and my wife Rachel Havelock wrote and directed the play and we did the show over three hundred times all around the United States and theaters and holy places did the show in Israel did the show and in Helsinki and just share this vision of peace using B. box as a universal language and it was a great experience and now things have changed dramatically and so I'm not doing that show anymore but I still continue to try to bring peace in the Middle East through the art of beat box and that's you know you're we were talking before he came out your your late forties I'm in my mid forties to age so different from what I'm gonna claim that **** this is been going on but don't it doesn't matter what you're how old you are actually this is been going on forever and it's interesting that it was something that was on your heart that you wanted to try to present to and and do through song says performance so how did you get to that but but you know I'm gonna tackle this so I took a trip in nineteen ninety eight with Rachel we went from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem to Bethlehem to Ramallah and so I just was really enamored by the culture and by the people and I just would Berwind back each day and beat box and I decided you know what we should do a show about this. so my wife wrote the on the script and we would kind of work together I was started beat boxing develop these characters because the idea is that every character in the show has their own. has their own beat box has their own soundtrack okay are identified with each character like college. hi baby and then there's Hollywood and there's there's a mere and there's lots of different sounds I try to bring the poles of Tel Aviv in Ramallah together with with lots of different music and bring it to life on stage it's almost like you could do the same thing with the city of Chicago right I mean that's right there's soundtrack city Chicago right I have it so that's okay so that its soundtrack city right okay so what what's what's that all about it's a it's a B. Bhashani through the urban landscape and I take different modes of transportation there's Mike the bike messenger. no no. my name is Mike and I want to ride my bike and so through a bike through the L. and it takes you through this journey through the city and it was two thousand and two thousand four two thousand five and and we start to kind of look how neighborhoods were changing and people are being uprooted from their neighborhoods because the rents were going up and how everyone goes about their lives and doesn't listen to what's going on around them and doesn't listen to each other and so that was one of the themes of the show and it was just so great to just take this trip I would take public transportation and and kind of find characters and bring them into the show that I'm see on the L. and and some tracks city was born and where would you perform Sandra exiting was performed centric city a different theaters okay and Chicago I guess more more like what was how is it received over people's reaction or people like it so you're on some level I think people like Hey that's not true or you get any of that you know I mean I think there's always criticisms and I try to take on what people are very passionate about the city and how they see the city but primarily I got good good reactions in and you know all the different neighborhoods they're like yeah that's like that's like wicker park or you know that that really brings pulls into life or that's really downtown Chicago because people you know sometimes they'll they'll remember the city through sound it was there a goal of what you're trying to sort of underline about Chicago when you're doing it I was really trying to just kind of be be a sponge and take in all the different things that I was learning about Chicago at the time and I saw that people were were segregated people were living in certain neighborhoods and wouldn't go to the other neighborhood and we're still kind of dealing with that and that you know people I don't go to the west side we'll go to the west side because the west side in the south side or beautiful neighborhoods full of life and full of. culture and you know don't just say in the north side so see the city for for all it all it is in and it's a great beautiful city with with problems but with things that make Chicago unlike any other place in the world what years redoing national I was a two thousand four two thousand five two thousand six okay yeah so I was thinking back to Jackie Robinson west little league team that I have never in this city seen it come together like it did around that little league team I mean we were we we were we were coming out from WGN radio on Michigan Avenue and going to Clark in lake right outside the Chicago theatre. all teams there and their own rally for the team and there are people from all over the city and all over the suburbs and like any I'm going out there with the tape recorder I'm asking like it and to your point about the west side where people say like look everybody thinks that there are no good stories going on over here that the that nobody's doing anything right and they just really like wanted. this city the rest of the city to know like eight it's not all bad every over here and you know I've done some look real minor like work people do and by the way I go to work and I work really hard and I'm in my son's going to school and is that it was it was beautiful there's there's this incredible festival on silver room block party that's been happening for many many years now Eric Williams who is the owner of this of room and she's just kind of like feels like he was the mayor of wicker park and now he's in Hyde Park on fifty third street and they've had those silver room block party and primarily African Americans and people of color getting together after American businesses thirty thousand sixty thousand people over the course of an entire day not one arrest no problems such as joy happiness great music great food and so we don't hear about those stories but yet they're happening and so that's I guess that's what it me as an artist as an actor is a musician I'm trying to seek those stories out and bring them to life on stage yeah I just think it's real cool centric sitting in in Tel Aviv terror Rama Lama Ramallah Ramallah Ramallah there you go you got it I mean wow that's a bad job by me but I was okay I was in I was in and I was the general ballpark right you work and you weren't but I just you know there's obviously you have a ton of fun doing this but there's a real heartfelt Yuri underneath there that's trying to you know do right by the world which I love about yeah I try to I try to inspire people and and bring the beat box to people of all walks of life and you know when I moved to Chicago mean I could beat box into the harmonica but I was not a harmonica player and I was just I was just going to the clubs and listen to these incredible blues harmonica players and it just it made me a better harmonica player and and combine the beat box the harmonica together was was kind of a natural thing and makes people happy makes people clap your hands and so I people. see people smile and clap and that's just a great thing no doubt no doubt so you a couple days before you get out of here the beatbox battle once again October eleven twelve thirteen what people need to know so yeah next Friday October eleventh at Bourbon on division is open elimination and then Saturday at C. S. Z. theater from two to six is going to be from sixteen B. boxers there's only gonna be one champion we've got the live loop station.
Here's one great way to get involved in science name, one of Jupiter's moons.
"Here's one great way to get involved in science name, one of Jupiter's moons. That's the thing you can actually do. Thanks to a contest being held right now by the Carnegie institution for science seriously. Remember last July when astronomers Scott Sheppard announced he discovered twelve new moons of Jupiter. Well, the naming process. For five of those moons is officially open to the public technically, the international astronaut Michael union gets the final say on the official name of any new celestial body that gets discovered, but the discoverer gets to suggest a permanent name and the union does give priority to those suggestions it's fair game to ask people to give you ideas, which is why Pluto got its name from an eleven year old girl. You can find our episode with that story on curiosity. Daily dot com, by the way, but there are still a lot of rules. You have to follow when you name a moon, you'll have to brush up on your Greek and Roman with all Aji for one thing since Jupiter is the king of the Roman gods and the analog to the Greek God Zeus, the moons have to be named after descendants or lovers of Jupiter or Zeus also the names of the moons that spin in the opposite direction as Jupiter have to end in an e and the names of the moons. It's been in the same direction as Jupiter have to end in a the name has to be sixteen characters or fewer, preferably one word. It can't be offensive in any language. It can't be too similar to. Any existing names of moons or asteroids, and it can't be the name of a person place or event that's mainly known for political military or religious activities got all that. All right. Once you have a name, you can tweet it to at Jupiter lunacy with a hashtag name, Jupiter's moons. And explain why you chose the name. They'll also accept suggestions in video format you have until April fifteenth to get your suggestions in good
"sixteen different characters" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak
"Let's just talk about the story at hand here. I'm at the nail salon. Brielle had been downtown watching the game would slated all of our other. Yeah. A bunch of friends they were at a bar watching a game. So Brielle, Texas me like what are you doing? And also like at the nail salon which is in bucket, which is close to the bar or location that she's at. So she's like, hey, you wanna give us a ride home because otherwise we'd have to get an Uber. And I'm like, yeah. Of course, I could be guys right now. And she's like give me twenty minutes before you leave the nail salon, and I'll just get. We'll just were there. So should they were there? Brielle is walking in the front door of the nail salon. Remember walking trail? I'm sure not I'm like an elevated level of the nail salon kind of in this more private area. So I can see down almost to the front door. Not. I mean, there's only feed difference nothing to craps. So I see her and Slade and Slade has this real shitty. Grin on his face. And I'm like, oh, I know. I know exactly we know what level. So she walks up the stairs. And I'm like first of all I noticed that. She has like clown shoes on. But will they just look like clown? They look like clown chose. I said doc Martin's. I said, sweetie. What are those king shoes that are twenty five sizes too? I guy I know good do so big. They're like a nine. Then. So I don't know. And I'm like, well, why didn't you wear like your Louis would wear that to the buzz the buke shoes up like that yet people spilled drinks in the bar? So I'm like Slade really quick though. Like disclaimer everybody here has had oh. For night. Oh. Lacks though, this is this is part of the you earn these strikes. Okay. Acid yourself at everybody else gets to make fun of you. So then then I told her I talked to Graham arose. So she's calling Graham rush. I miss you so much and so I'm like, oh my God. I'm certain that rose. Yeah. I'm sure not. So I put her on my Snapchat, actually because she was like talking to Rosen's like, I know everything was in slow motion. So I'm just cracking up laughing the people on the salon or laughing. I literally get real to tell me a story that makes completely no sense. It had like sixteen different characters in it names. I've never heard of in my entire life her best friend. She's describing her best friend Elizabeth to me yet tall dark hair slender body. You know, my friend Elizabeth. Yeah. We know Elizabeth she's like I was like oh that one. Yes. Yeah. It was. So I she had lost me. I started going through my own and shake because she was just so nuts. We wrap up our nails. She wraps up her sixteen character story that lasted literally. Twenty five minutes, and we she's gotta go potty in the Nelson for like the fourteenth time gap. She's gone for the fourteenth of the body one hundred percents. She went to the potty. So we're getting ready to leave. Now, she's been at the Nelson about forty minutes or so we're getting ready to leave. We're getting in my brand new Range Rover brand new white on white. I'm like, you know, what she better not throw up in this car Slade because that's that's my thought which what you think there you go. We're not on the king highway. We get in we get in the car or like real knows. I'm so carsick as is in the back seat. So every time I drink the next day. I'm like so sick. I just don't feel good. Why here the fact that you get carsick? But when you got in the car mom was like, you said, the braille whatever happens. I just I don't need you throwing up and you're like, oh my God. I'm not sick. I don't get sick. I'm fine. So weird. You guys is on the way to the nail salon. I've only probably thrown up max three times in my life. And I don't do well with that. But I had a pretty bad stomach ache on the way the Nelson. So I grabbed a whole foods like paper bag on my way out so random and weird. I've never thrown up pregnant. I just I don't have usually suffer from migraines. As you guys now..
"sixteen different characters" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"In five live hello this is game on i'm adam rosser and this week might have been rather more nautical in town but it's become clear that the thieves is not something one simply sticks towing so instead let's hear from the creative lead of where the water tastes like wine a game that's been rather polarizing i spoke to him games come last year unum unawed hagen from dim bulb ballgames i feel sure that's no reflection on us tell me about where the water tastes like wine where like wine is a narrative game it's about traveling and telling stories in the great depression era of the united states you wonder around the country collecting having adventures and collecting stories out of them you take these stories two different characters we have sixteen different characters and you trade them across the campfire for details about the character's lives try important there is trade so the currency of the game the unit exchange in the game is stories that's right yeah the game is very much focused on culture specifically like american culture and that as you take stories or songs or things like that and pass them around that people kind of share them freely but add their own little twist to them every time and so the stories grow in the telling or become different things or everyone puts their own stamp on them right you these rates is the storytellers and yourself have very little to exchange this is the depression era so people are walking the country or hobo voting on the trains so the things they do round the campfires of that she very important is as a win the idea come from where did you draw that from.