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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

07:14 min | Last month

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"I did always loved basketball stuff too. I still lay that too. But then that got shut down and you know it just kind of arcades just got shut down and then stopped going really. Yeah so going to an arcade completely out of your system now It was fun growing up. I'm good now i'm good. It was fun back then. But now i have no desire to do that anymore. Now i'm gonna do a pay. I'm maybe how. Am i thirty six. But i still feel young inside in on. I'm never to for like. I need to go and play. And you know if i had friends and they didn't want to do it i would think like why you know it's so disappointing. But no i am down to get in there and compete whip. Someone's air hockey. So we're on the arcade with all the old games in bring back. Arcades enroll aerobics and i understand that the new generation is all about the computer and stuff like that. But i still think that kids would have fun going to these places and i just wish they brought back and i can't understand why they even got shut down in first place. I mean i guess money wise but you know what here's where hipsters are good hipsters are bringing all this stuff back like listening to vinyl records and stuff even though they're a little they're a little weird they're bringing experiences back so you've hipsters out there you know y'all with the program bring back the roller rink the arcades said. I'll tell you there's a place that has a lot of the old school games which is cool and dnb they've got they've got regular arcade games as well as like the the activities for the kids feel the places around here. I'm here to protect us. There's a place up in treating will. Often pizza ends a full on go-carts miniature golf at all art games are on the inside. We haven't place air up. And i think it was near arad is unconstrained fund frankie's fund fame. Set up man. You know when the folks came through this all happened franken part because it was this big old aims at stopping outside. If you wanted to take a walk with a special someone walk around and so for that experience. Yeah i'd totally do what he wants. All this up man. I was trying to get to go out to the same deal down the street and she's not really into school but if i had a crew and we just wanted a flashback date for chore for sure it had out there the last time i went to the news when my nephews came through kind of my ear inn yoga but electrification for money. Those kids are screaming. Money grading are like. I'm not your day. i'm your uncle you i know. It's so funny. How perspective of money changes as as adults from. We were kids only hit on that man. I would now like every game. Nba cost you probably a couple of bucks who remove like a quarter. Twenty five fifty cents. But that's the old school. May i guess we're in that age but now which is also ask. Oh hey old. School is cool. Yeah so lutely absolutely big time. Show me whereas that i'll make a night where okay friday night or saturday night sunday. Whatever on my dad seriously. i'll tell you right now. Eight oh let me go. Don't let superwealthy. Oh i'm serious. Do not because if you know what when that happens i'm going to buy have gonna have us find shop and back all of that. Break back arcade number mchugh czars accuser delays attack on laser tag. Yes oh discovering zone it off. Obama renovated free Free plays bark. Get rid of that yet if they bring back like the classic arcade. Oh my gosh. have you know it'd be enough. People are we would be in there like cans. We'll probably come all right. Let's go back. Played playstation buys spots xs. And all that man. Let me get real so i can really like doing these kids dirty. These kids i try to play and they just talked so much trash. y'all bullies man. I want to play with but let me put it in the mid to know it is ultimately bring orcades back. That's just bring it back. You have people like myself and others who are dying for this comeback. Let us relive. Watch out a reboot everything in the movies anyway. How about you reboot arcadi do that. I'll tell him. I would love that tie you down with arcades now for a family type trip like i've been there with my kids my husband we've been dave and buster's and the girls played we all play the arcade team so i think today it would be for me more of a family. Event in versus assaulting or me with what. The kids are dad with girls deanna. What did he say. Yeah yeah for sure. I mean there. There's good and bad any time in our lives. But you know i like to hold onto the good and this has been a conversation thinking back to to that time and i think it's great to hold onto a little bit of your youth and don't forget like where you came from it in and and play i actually had a guest in my podcast not too long ago and he goes into corporate offices in teaches the the culture there. It's important to still play like a kid because you know it. Just loosens things up. It helps build creativity. And you know it's just. I feel like if we get too serious with lives. I mean that's just good. You gotta still have fun now. I would go there for nostalgic purposes because as kind of like how a song can time capsule and takes you back in time. You know now. If i go into an arcade and klopp and a quarter and i play miss pacman. I'm eight years old again and my mom and dad are somewhere nearby and there's that feeling of nostalgia and for a moment while i'm playing that i'm that that time so it still importance. It still has a place in my life. And i hope that when i sneered having dementia or that somebody will say apart me in front of a star wars game or pacman.

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Embracing the Exhaustion of Life

The Shamans Cave

02:44 min | Last month

Embracing the Exhaustion of Life

"Am i showing up of service. When so much of the conflict in the world is exhausting. Me because i i'm a libra. I like my scales balanced. And i thought we know we got through some times. And we'd be more imbalance and we're still not. Yeah well. I actually think you you said the key of of we really need to be looking at in. The show is exhaustion. People are exhausted. They're worn down and If you've been watching the shamans cave over the year years rene and i have done multiple shows on the power of Dismemberment as sonic initiation of where The ego and the body becomes so warm down in initiation you know in in Old sh- monocultures having to walk over glass or Fire walking or Having nail nails put in you or being buried for three days or having aunts In covered with honey and then red ants being put on you for three days and these were some of the milder. She hastens It was to wear you down until there was nothing left. But your spirit. Nothing left by your spirit and it was. It's the spirit that has the strength to get through and so what's happening. right now. Is people are exhausted and this is so positive. I know it doesn't feel good. I i understand the level of exhaustion that people are dealing with them. Hearing from many of you around did. And i am in the same sense. Same place. I do very little not because i'm afraid to go out but because i need an amazing amount of Just staring Time just to regenerate bit and so It's just really important to understand that the wearing down is one of the most important parts of the process before some healing can can

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Remembering Jamaican Producer Lee 'Scratch' Perry

All Things Considered

01:50 min | Last month

Remembering Jamaican Producer Lee 'Scratch' Perry

"In a realm where eccentrics are taken for granted. Jamaican musician Lee Scratch Perry was singular. Perry was a hugely influential producer and not just in his home genre, Reggae but in dance, music, hip hop and beyond. Perry died in Jamaica on Sunday at age 85. NPR's Anastasia Sulcus has this appreciation. Lee Perry got his nickname from a song he recorded early in his career chicken Scratch. Good. Someone like chicken scratch. He also called himself the upsetter. It was an apt description on many levels. He had a habit of having acrimonious splits with former mentors and artists he previously championed. You'll never get away from me. I am upset at Perry's own studio Black, Ark. He worked with many of Jamaica's biggest talents. Including junior Mervin, the hep tones, the Congo's and Bob Marley's band. The Whalers. Mr. Brown is a clown rides through town, even thoughtful. Black Ark. Was like a chemistry lab for Perry's sonic experiments. He was a pioneer of dub, underlining the base and adding reverb to create lots of oral space. He also sampled before most people knew the term or the technique used found sounds and even buried microphones underground to get the effect he wanted. Perry's partnership with the Whalers ended badly he secretly sold tapes they'd made with him to another label and kept the money. Years after building his fame studio, Perry reportedly burned it down. He was an impish, erratic presence, often in his later years, sporting neon colored hair and beard and fantastical

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Reggae Legend Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Dies at 85

BBC World Service

02:10 min | Last month

Reggae Legend Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Dies at 85

"A living legend of the musical world who has passed away the Jamaican reggae and dub style. Perry Lee Scratch. Perry has died on the island aged 85 public response from Jamaica's Prime minister Andrew Holmes, who called him a legendary record producer and singer and a great pioneer. He's one of his earliest releases people, funny people. One of the first acknowledge reggae songs from 1968. Mhm. David Katz wrote the biography people, funny people. The genius of Lee Scratch Perry and I'm delighted to say he joins us now on the program. Just just tell our listeners Lee Scratch Perry. Why was he called Scratch and you turned it shopping. I I don't think we have David. Their bit of sound. Yeah, so sonic invention there. It was the man himself the way to pay tribute to the man himself, actually, because I didn't interview on that a little bit earlier Scratch private. He did a song called Chicken Scratch, And so they produced a record called Chicken Scratch. You could have asked me It's a shame we couldn't get David to talk about it. I think that's the the The line has gone down. But what we can do is there again. Hello, David. Join us Go, and I've answered the first question. Hello? Give us another quick going role. Um You know he was he was He was a collective figure wasn't he Wasn't Keith Richards, who described him as the Salvador Dali of music. Yes, indeed. I mean, he was a multifaceted character. He began his career as a singer and then moved into record production where he really excelled. And of course, his innovative techniques really changed the way that popular music has been recorded and disseminated. In what way In what way? Well, he really stimulated remix culture. What we take for granted. Now, you know, he reused his rhythm tracks for songs he'd recorded originally as vocal recordings and overdubbed new instruments on them and mix them down. And really help to dub come into being as a genre and an art form. And that

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Have a meal a separate arcade in. It's very eighties inspired. So i was born in the suburbs of chicago then. We moved to michigan a small town in michigan throughout my My adolescent ears moved back here when i turned to teenage years. So we went to kalamazoo like arcade out there. I do not know what the name of it wise couldn't tell ya so like i just remember going there and it was. You know having having a really good time. That was a fun family outing. Yes i've gone. I'm forty four. So yeah like. I was born seventy six. So yeah you definitely like the eighties timeframe so in going roller skating school and you play you play games. At the roller rink they had they had arcades. They're the games there. Oh my god. That's just like having flashbacks. Have this conversation. This is hilarious. Yeah lands castle was definitely the main spot in the malls and movie theaters too. But yeah did. See my growing up there arcade games everywhere even if it was like a single machine like everywhere even in the grocery store. Well this has been super fun. But i use my last quarter and the continued timers. Run out so that's going to be it for part one. I want to thank my guest. Which as you can tell by. Their experiences grew up in varying time periods and places in the us which was great now impart to our guests will actually get names and we will get an interesting perspective from someone on the inside of the business of the arcade. Some really interesting behind the scenes stuff. I think you'll enjoy and for many of us. At a certain point we stopped going. Why was that and windy. Arcades fade away or have they that and more nostalgic memories in part two. So what do you think. What was your favorite arcade game. Did we mention some of your favorites. Did we totally miss one. That you know should have been mentioned. I'd love to know my email is studio at sonic embassy dot com and you can also find the sonic embassy on twitter vero facebook on and instagram and our website. Sonic embassy dot com. If you enjoyed this episode please share it so more people can find out about us but if you think this podcast is not worth using another quarter to continue. Well the way to really stick it to me is to share that on social media with link to sonic embassy dot com slash. Podcast if you have an idea that you think would make a great episode. Then let me know and love it. Thank you so much for listening. I love you. And i hope you'll listen more soon. They're more episodes of pop culture icons in the works so.

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Music going on on this episode of pop culture icons. Let's take you back to that. Glorious era of our key podcast presented by sonic embassy season two episode culture. The are cain part.

Domestic Symphony - The Evolution of Digital Audio Technology

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Domestic Symphony - The Evolution of Digital Audio Technology

"For a new home appliance. Let's say a new washing machine or dryer or a dishwasher. We ask ourselves a lot of questions things. Like how much does it cost. Does it come in different colors. What features does it have. What did the review say. Does a refrigerator crisper actually do anything with so much to think about. It could be easy to overlook what the product sounds like For decades thoughtful sound design and music was limited to the world of entertainment specifically movies tv and gains over in the world of manufacturing. Sound design was almost nonexistent. As long as the product worked in looked okay. That was good enough. Sound was an afterthought if it was even considered at all recently though that's all started to change in the last twenty years as smartphones laptops and tablets became more common. Our home started chirping with carefully. Designed sounds but for the most part are home appliances. Still just made noise in decades past devices were limited a cacophony of noise. That's audrey are beanie. I'm the ceo founder and executive producer of audio brain. We are a sonic branding firm. When audrey i started working in sound design nobody was thinking much about the sounds of household products. Nobody really paid too much attention to those alarms. And those buzzers That's what that world was about. It was really not much intention to the sounds. Your heard within your home but these days appliance makers are paying a lot more attention to how their products sound and they're asking sound designers to help them make new sounds. We're looking for sounds that add value not sounds that ed noise but that enrich that experience and make people feel really good

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Life Is Strange Remastered Collection Delayed to 2022

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Life Is Strange Remastered Collection Delayed to 2022

"Really quick. I do want to give a quick shots. Life strange remastered collection getting delayed to two thousand twenty two This came out via a tweet that they posted up saying after truecar releases on tenth. We're happy to announce that life is strange wavelength. Dlc starring stuff gingrich of releases on september twentieth or is that date rates twenty thirty now. I'm questioning it. Right can do okay cool. I had to handwrite it. So that's why. I don't remember i gotta right However due to ongoing challenges due to the pandemic we want to alleviate pressure for the team in relation to you getting colors and then getting remastered collection out so for that reason the remastered collection will hit in early. twenty twenty two

Watchdog to Review NSA Following Tucker Carlson's Spy Claims

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Watchdog to Review NSA Following Tucker Carlson's Spy Claims

"Just get it. Idris Elba is going from the suicide squad to Sonic, the actor announced on social media. He'll join Sonic the Hedgehog two as the voice of Sonic's friend and sometimes rival knuckles. The Echidna fans seem to approve liking his tweet hundreds of thousands of times within

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Voicebots and Chatbots  -Meanning and Emphasis - Conversations with Things Authors Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe - Voicebot Podcast Ep 220 - burst 11

The Voicebot Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Voicebots and Chatbots -Meanning and Emphasis - Conversations with Things Authors Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe - Voicebot Podcast Ep 220 - burst 11

"In our chapter on prompt writing all of our principles applied to both written or voice in our actions things like precision of language concision of language and there are some things that we touch on like like emphasis and tone. I'm like like arnold tone that you hear that are applied only to voice. So i think there's like kind of some a bunch of things like making sure. The language is accessible that apply to anything. But we know that there are a voice carries a lot more data than a string of text on a page. And so. there's a lot of interesting things that can happen. Both in in how people are speaking to a device and how the devices speaking back to people. I think that s- on both ends of that. The input and the output is still early days in doing things with tone and emphasis and trying to assess things in used them for maximum. Best communication includes also the ability. Like they're still. You can still express tone in chat even though you don't have the the sonic things because you can bold all caps bold italian oggi's gifts like there's a lot of information that comes in various. Abstract meeting in chat doesn't doesn't happen voice. Voice has more concrete data whereas in terms of how the system might be trained to it versus the system that we have to train it for chat. You're kind of throwing a lot of things and trying to Meaning that could have multiple meetings like if you put a winky face on something that could go any number of ways. S trying to train machine unlike when the winky face means like Something is sarcastic or something is inappropriate. You know you might take a while

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Information Stealing Malware Solarmarker Reemerging on the Malware Scene

Cyber Security Today

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Information Stealing Malware Solarmarker Reemerging on the Malware Scene

"Ransomware attacks are soaring. That's the conclusion of security vendors. Sonic wall in its analysis of recent trends in threat attacks. The volume of ransomware around the world hit just over three hundred and four million attempts in the first six months of this year that was equal to the number of attempts for all twenty twenty in the second quarter alone. There were almost one hundred and eighty nine. Million attempts report argues that the more organizations that pay ransoms the greater the incentive ransom groups have to launch attacks organizations may be paying through their cyber insurance with the goal of containing the cost of the attack but the report suggests that only shows threat groups that ransomware pays and paying doesn't eliminate the chance at a ransomware group was strike of victim again. The report adds the united states is by far the country. That's the biggest target of ransomware attempts and for some reason most of them are aimed at organizations or residents in florida. Cyber security teams are being warned that these solar marker password information stealing now wear which is aimed at window systems has been improved according to cisco systems callous threat intelligence service the unknown threat attack actor developing this now where has made some changes to hide his activity. It's still asks victims to download and infected. Pdf or microsoft word file. One example is a file for application developers or it departments with the title changes in hardware software documentation one way to limit the spread of this now whereas to educate employees on the risks of downloading files and software sent to them from unexpected sources.

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Tell me something good. They say many new podcast never make it past one episode but wait. there's more. tell me something good. They also say that most podcast never get past seven not finished with a couple million podcast out now. Only about twenty five percent also have new production the rest fade away See what you get. I'm not so sure about that. But hey this promo counts right. I'm not so sure about that. Whatever everyone knows. It's been awhile since we put out a new episode and let's just say we took a few months off to win a couple of awards. No big deal. We're very honored to pick up a platinum muse creative award which is their highest for audio. That's extra special for me. We also picked up a communicator award in the society and culture podcast category by the way. That's the second year in a row that sonic embassies picked up a communicator award. And this was a first for our podcast. And we snagged a top five best local podcast in the annual best of charleston. True hashtag beyond honored and all excuses aside. We're happy to say that season. Two debuts late august to our day wonders love you to everyone else. Thank you for listening to this. I know more swank. I'm ready to launch the next season of podcast presented by sonic embassy. And we certainly hope you are too now. Don't let me down. You know what this sonic..

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City Girls - Twerkulator: This Years Summer Hit

Switched On Pop

02:09 min | 3 months ago

City Girls - Twerkulator: This Years Summer Hit

"I wanna unpack the sonic world of this summer. Hit with you. Are you ready absolutely. Let's start by getting some you later in our ears shave page storm as data immediately fun. The groovy baseline throwback sample the obviously fund lyric. It's a party in a box. Who are city girls. I'll tell you chuck. It's young miami and j. t. and twerk you later is their newest release. It's actually been a viral hit on tick talk for a while even before the song was released. Wait what the song was an out yet but a clip of it went viral on tick tock while they were still trying to get the samples cleared so the sun is going crazy on dock. And you couldn't even listen to it on spotify or anywhere else. Fun and turkey. Later isn't city girls. I work related. Track back in twenty nineteen. They released a song featuring cardi b. A new orleans bounce inspired bop simply titled twerk flirt with that track samples the classic n- orleans bounce chapa. Beat so i'm getting the sense. That city girls really like reaching back into hip hop history and playing with it. What i like about these songs that they both feel very of the moment. But have a much longer history and you can hear this kind of playful swagger in the first verse from jt. I love the way. She delivers her flow. Here it is so infectious

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Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses

Cyber Security Headlines

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses

"Israeli firm uses windows zero days to deploy spyware microsoft and citizen lab have linked israeli spyware company. Candy also tracked as sour gum to new windows. Spyware dubbed devil's tongue deployed using now patched windows. Zero day vulnerabilities. Candy row is a secretive israel based company. That sells spyware exclusively. The government's explained citizen lab and their spyware can infect and monitor. Iphones androids max. Pc's and cloud accounts citizen lab also tied over seven hundred and fifty websites to kangaroos spyware infrastructure finding that many of these domains mimicked domains representing media companies and advocacy organizations including amnesty. International and. Black lives matter. Cyber attacks increased seventeen percent in first-quarter. Twenty twenty one with seventy seven percent being targeted attacks this according to a new positive technologies cybersecurity threats scape q. One twenty twenty one report cybercriminals typically attacked government institutions industrial companies and science and education institutions. The main motive for attacks on both organizations and individuals remains acquisition data. Other findings in the report include. That ransomware is still the malware that is most often used by attackers. That the most popular vulnerabilities for attackers. This quarter were microsoft exchange server acceleration and sonic wall. Vpn and that more cybercriminals are developing malware to conduct attacks on virtualization environments another unpacked bug in windows prince. Buhler microsoft is warning of another vulnerability in its windows print spooner that can allow attackers to elevate privilege to gain full user rights to assist them this follows they're patching of two other remote code execution bugs that collectively became known as print nightmare. Microsoft released a new advisory late. Thursday for the vulnerability tracked as cv. Twenty twenty one dash three four four eight one microsoft credited dragos vulnerability researcher jacob baynes for identifying the issue. The vulnerability exists when the windows print spoiler service improperly performs privileged file operations

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Alex Rodriguez Rents a Home Near Jennifer Lopez

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

02:13 min | 4 months ago

Alex Rodriguez Rents a Home Near Jennifer Lopez

"Alex rodriguez has rented a home near jennifer lopez as he is spotted with ben. Affleck's ex. Oh this is sloppy. Mistakes sonics rented a mansion in bridgehampton. Fancy new york for the summer a stone throw away from the lopez his own residence in water mail. This is according to page six over the weekend. He shared a video of himself shooting hoops as on his new hamptons home. Which is three minutes away. You get this three minutes away from j.lo's now. These two spent last summer at her sprawling estate in the hampton. So there's no way there's no way he couldn't know what he was doing. Things couldn't get even nastier in this split. Alex was spotted at a party with lindsay Chamartin member her name. She dated ben affleck on and off for years before they finally went their own way in two thousand and nineteen a rep repeal guy for alexey saying the following quote. There is absolutely zero there. They've been friends for fifteen years. I st i is now the girlfriend. He's this little bit creepy. A-rod are we a little thirsty right now. I mean seriously. We know that j. Lo and ben are getting all the media and all the attention. So how'd you sneak your way back into the picture but you get a house. Three minutes away from your fiance okay. That could work but rob once we did a tv show together. We did a piece on one of those. Entertainment news shows about us and You know you had me sit next to you because it would just kind of help. People know that we were very diverse. Feel like a doing the same thing standing next to you. Know ben affleck's ex-girlfriend like he could've sat anywhere. What at the party. Why did he not over. So there's some reports out there that he's moved on. It's not

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The Voicefluencer Show With Steve Keller

Voice in Canada

01:55 min | 4 months ago

The Voicefluencer Show With Steve Keller

"So let's get to today's interview, I am really excited to welcome, Steve Keller, he is the Sonic strategy director for Studio resume an ex SX em media. Fascinating areas of research that Steve is doing. He is looking at a couple different things that we get into in this podcast. He talks about Sonic, diverse City. So the sound of diversity. What does it sound like to have a diverse sounding voice? And we also talked about the ability of voice and sound too. Meant know, manipulated in the right word to wage affect, you altered the way that we experience other senses. So can sound alter the way that you taste something or smell something? And we talked about Sonic strategy, Sonic branding, so much great stuff in this interview. So this is a recording of the live episode of The Voice will answer show that I did with Steve. And Steve is one of these guys that I met on clubhouse and I'm so thankful that I was on that platform to be able to meet people like Steve so long. Any further Ado, let's get right to this interview. I want to welcome Steve Keller on to the podcast. Thanks very happy to be here chatting with you and everybody else. That's listening. Thanks for the introduction page. And yeah, I like this idea of my superpower being the power of Sonic transformation that that speaks to, who I am and what I do, I love that, I love it. So along those lines, I'd love for you to give an introduction to who you are, what you do. And maybe I'll get you to tie in a little bit of that Sonic transformation Concept in your introduction. Sure. And Sure. So I'm sending strategy director for Studio resonate which is an in-house creative consultancy for sxm media. And XM media is our kind of a generic brand where we work with brand clients on the SiriusXM platform Pandora platform, Stitcher platform and we also represent the North American advertising for SoundCloud.

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Audiobrain CEO Audrey Arbeeny on the Evolution of Sonic Branding

VOICE Global 2021

02:54 min | 4 months ago

Audiobrain CEO Audrey Arbeeny on the Evolution of Sonic Branding

"Interesting because there are a conic brands going back to the sixties at had a sonic identity associated with them that. I don't think people really understood what was happening at that time. And and now if you go four to today i mean sonic identity is is everything because audios playing such a huge role in our lives. How much have you seen this industry. Sort of take hold and you've led a lot of this. I mean you. Pioneer this industry in many ways starting eighteen years ago. How's it evolved in in the last eighteen years and do you feel like brands are starting to really understand. You know why you founded on your brain and your core mission. Well i just felt that there was a were about maybe six companies at that time. The twenty five years ago twenty six years ago. That were doing sonic branding intentional audio and it was funny because i found an article Cleaning my office and it was written in nineteen ninety eight and it's everything that we're doing now. It's more than your logo. It's more than you're jingle. it's your call center. It's your voice and was fortunate to work with brands like ibm. Ma like microsoft that that got it that you really it. I had that. I think i can actually remember the tones From from that laptop and and so there were from the design management institute I felt it was really important for me to be there. Because i wanted to learn so i was the only one out with the owner of the company. I worked with at the time. That was doing sonic branding. We stood out. This was my audience. Ma'am and this is where. I got an introduction Ordinary me joe. Joe meet audrey He's running a branding conference. She does sonic branding That's where i met people at microsoft. We'll tell you depth during the xbox three sixty and it was my foundation. And i was fortunate. That url powell kind of took me under his wing and always pointed out the work that we were doing and that was my foundation

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Do You Know Your Sonic Brands?

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Do You Know Your Sonic Brands?

"Gives us the first one donald donald donald all right was kind of the modern gold standard. I'm lebanon it for mcdonald's we're as i mentioned we're gonna be talking to dallas taylor from twenty thousand hertz. they didn't entire episode about strongly. Recommended is listening because that episode. We'll give you the deep dive into the bizarrely complicated. Backstory that jingle And just how huge stakes it was but it really did bring together the global marketing of mcdonald's which had always been scattershot and there really was nothing consistent except the golden arches All right so we're all primed warm. Nick gives an excellent flex net. Flex that flakes. Has anyone made it through the last year without hearing that seventeen times. So yes the netflix. But also has its own episode on twenty thousand hertz. Where i think they were the first to hear the back story of how that was made and how was originally or at one point was going to feature a goat get to the end and then like like that almost made the cut. But it didn't quite. I part of me misses the go that we never knew. And yes brianna mentioned in the in the chat here as we talk that It's also kind of law and order which boiler law and orders not here but like the two great bottoms and there's some weird stat right. That like the law and order is seventeen sounds mash together. It's like jail doors clanging it's a gavel. It's like all of a sudden. I that's that's another.

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RLCS X Lambo Open Recap

Esports Minute

01:11 min | 6 months ago

RLCS X Lambo Open Recap

"Abounds in the RL CSX Lamborghini open as the seven-game final between team envy and space station gaming. Yesterday had a head-scratching decision. Take place in game. Three with the score tied to a piece in the series one game all going into overtime. Ssg's ciprocal disconnected. Right at the OT kick off with Envy going no more than 5 seconds later SSG goes the rlcs admins asking for a restart signing the disconnect but Adam is ruled a typical was simply not in place to make a play on the game. All and they would end up taking the series in seven games. Thanks in part to this call that netted them that game. Three Victory ssg's rentals left. The game a few seconds before the end of the series in game seven and was subsequently defined by psionics. Then join sus Kahana. Sonic's player rolled is stream to let his opinion on the decision, be known sighting, calms and replays as evidence to spite psionic saying, otherwise read it later, had to issue a credit apology on the matter. Still, the Flames have been stoked with various other players, content creators. And, of course, the fans within the rocket League seen shouting, their thoughts on the decision and those thoughts say it's an unpopular

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Bacon Jam (MM #3685)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Bacon Jam (MM #3685)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I don't know if you've seen these commercials for Sonic recently, with the, I think it's called their bacon Jam cheeseburger. And it wasn't something that appealed to me, I'll be the first to admit. I'm one of those people who doesn't care one way or the other about bacon, I like bacon. But I don't love it. Don't hate me for that. But this bacon Jam, I thought was kind of made up. I looked at it and it's like, well, I don't know if that looks good. It can't be a real thing. Maybe it's up there. Making up. Of course, I did the research and found out. No bacon. Jam is a real thing. And it's kind of like a jam, but yet it's more Savory than it is sweet. The Australians have a nice version, which is totally Savory. There's no sweetness to it, but in our American version, maybe some maple syrup, maybe some brown sugar. A lot of companies make bacon Jam, although I guess it's not really a big thing up until the Sonic commercials. I've never heard of it and there isn't much. That hasn't passed through my belly, at least, one time in my life. So I was kind of shocked to find something new. A condiment of some sort. If you will that I hadn't heard of, I thought it was made up only to find out. It's real dead.

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Bacon Jam (MM #3685)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Bacon Jam (MM #3685)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I don't know if you've seen these commercials for Sonic recently, with the, I think it's called their bacon Jam cheeseburger. And it wasn't something that appealed to me, I'll be the first to admit. I'm one of those people who doesn't care one way or the other about bacon, I like bacon. But I don't love it. Don't hate me for that. But this bacon Jam, I thought was kind of made up. I looked at it and it's like, well, I don't know if that looks good. It can't be a real thing. Maybe it's up there. Making up. Of course, I did the research and found out. No bacon. Jam is a real thing. And it's kind of like a jam, but yet it's more Savory than it is sweet. The Australians have a nice version, which is totally Savory. There's no sweetness to it, but in our American version, maybe some maple syrup, maybe some brown sugar. A lot of companies make bacon Jam, although I guess it's not really a big thing up until the Sonic commercials. I've never heard of it and there isn't much. That hasn't passed through my belly, at least, one time in my life. So I was kind of shocked to find something new. A condiment of some sort. If you will that I hadn't heard of, I thought it was made up only to find out. It's real dead.

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Ryan Carnes of General Hospital and Desperate Housewives on Embracing Unity

Hollywood Real

02:10 min | 6 months ago

Ryan Carnes of General Hospital and Desperate Housewives on Embracing Unity

"Brother awesome to have you man. Thanks awesome beer. What are you working on these days. Well these days. I mean one of the one of the big things that i'm working on is Is the change organization with their man. Amelio natta during during the extended lockdown I've been working a lot of music. spend a lot of time on my drum kitten and there's an artist is based on the east coast. I work with name vanessa. Silberman and i started out as vanessa's drummer. And as time's gone on our working relationship is evolved the bid and At this point you know where we're kind of I wouldn't say we are writing a song together. The will release next year. But in general vanessa will come up with the bones of a song. She'll send it to me. I'll give notes little. Maybe some arrangement directions or ideas and sonic ideas. And and then we just we just bounce it back and forth man electrically and then when we get close to the end of the completed song will will hop on a a zoom call and hammer out the details and that's been has been a really rewarding process and and kind of a saving grace to this time when when no my acting work in the entertainment industry has definitely been affected. I've been fortunate to still work on but but not it's it's It's this year's been definitely a little bit different than most other year so Lot of music. And then we're going on some some solo projects as well on the relate to You know a message that it's important to me to get out into the world. And i can't say much more about that right now So maybe we'll have another conversation again sometime and i'll tell you all about that and and Then just working on some some some solo creative projects got a couple of partners on a couple of other projects. So there's a there are a lot of things that are in just stationed right now and that are that are in the beginning stages of formulation in. I'm really excited about. It was all coming together and come into fruition in the months and years to come.

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"sonic" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:21 min | 6 months ago

"sonic" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"So how did yorkie getting video. What we you know because kovin we can get together to share video so we did instead. Is we shot footage individually so my my daughter found me with her iphone and And you know it's a song about your wonderful life and you know i have my dog and it's a huge part of my life so i thought i'll shoot some video with my dog in me in the video. It's not a huge part of the video. But she is in. Their coco is in the video and lot of people have made comments which is because everybody loves dogs. I'm definitely friday nights my chances. Just relax and listen to see that. Now i i. It seems buzzwords the proper on the blog this one weekend for the doug leo. Her video debut jack of all love with her then. How bravo inside joe. Jack is my mail yorkie okay. It was about job. Wasn't that sounds really great band Thank you where are you most. Don't play can fans wanted hop on and catch everything about the bad where what channel facebook twitter. Yes so we have. We're on all the social media sites so we have our website primarily which is www dot sonic expand dot com and. You can get everything there news videos. There's actually you know you mentioned the two acoustic songs and releasing them. They're actually on our website for free for people to download if they like it. Yeah so that people really want the to get it for free on every may eventually but amman albums as bonus tracks for. Maybe you know we might do that down the road. We're not sure but they can get him now on our website. We have our youtube channel. Sonic x and instagram is on expand facebook's on expanding twitter at sonic expanse. So they're all all the all the big sites you can catch us staring. Get all the latest news and messages if you want to chat with us whatever you need to do by the releases coming out this year. Then yeah yeah we do. We well like a lot of the songs are ready. Not totally ready. They're written as just which ones which wants to put out which one's the put out we go. No so we're just kind of we have We have. I don't know i don't know what joe. How many songs did we wanna put out. Make it well. The next next release will be an album. I think we're not doing it. We were gonna initially toyed with the idea of out an ep but songs. I think we're going to do a full album in so promises with joey like i mean there's so many songs joy like well i mean with lawrence to. I mean like all of us in the sense that like a lot of songs have been put on the table. It's it's finding the time because we're limited with this with the pandemic and you know being socially responsible because of our families we have elder. We have elderly you know parents and and enjoys case in laws and we have to be conscious about You know this this what's going on. So we're trump. We're trying to do two separate and it's harder so in a nutshell we're just trying to try to get the the songs that best represent what we can do apart. You know so once. We get that i think then Beats sometime this year. But i don't i don't know when but i could be in the middle of the year or towards towards no i. We still have to talk about it. But it's definitely coming out this year for shop. Forshe twenty twenty one of them but it depends a timing wise right. But i mean pieces are there. We just got to put together so the logistics. I wish i could answer that question better. But i just don't know what it is going to be this year for sure that it's going to be a lot of a lot of sauce. They hesitation of making solid comment is reasonable that we don't know for one week so that sense on my facebook page a lot of songs like the songs that will be on that. There's always the. I always post like thirty seconds or fifth forty five seconds of the song. So there's a song called boy that's going to come out There's a song you know like there's like. Yeah so if you if anybody's friends with me and they go on my facebook page go throughout the pieces of songs. They've all they've all been like put out on social media so those songs will be on the record. Yeah previews so. He reviews every once. Actually the previews ours myself recording liable so. When i see with my studio i have a great now i have. I have a camera rule. I always have a camera roll steady and and i tell you. Tell cameras rolling. All be careful. Enjoys all the time as i got my girl but we on on right now on facebook as we were talking. I just just took a picture because this camera is on. I just took a pitcher. Am live on your podcast with you and joke humble. I just put it on so basically tonight. I don't know if i'm in the mood but there's a song that we might be coming out with. I'm going to put the lead vocals down. And what i'll do is i'll run the camera. And that is the vocal dodd volkov. That's going to be heard on. The record is is going to be on the video so yeah just make the live experience as to. What's actually happening right so i haven't done on drums yet and and i don't do it. Qatar because guitars is. I'm more just kind of my ideas. And laurence do guitars. You know what. I mean so on bond personal stuff like. I'll play guitar on my personal stuff. But with sonic or instance doing all the cars and things. So that's how we will. That's great. well thank you so much for sharing your music with us and a bed by the background song and some personal things really appreciate the time you guys stuck to come on or thank you. Thank you so much for having us. We really appreciate it. Thank you okay. Great thanks well. Thank y'all for tuning in. If you enjoy listening to this podcast. Please share this episode with others and post about it on social media to catch the latest from the buzzer and upcoming shows. You can follow us on instagram. At the buzzer all media and on twitter at the buzzer indie. Catch the pod next episode on air indie from ipad. Tr's over the airwaves. Subscribe fees surprised dot com cheers..

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

07:48 min | 8 months ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Matters with the sauce the sauce it helps enhance the flavor of the sauce. That's wild game. The wife's is said. Does it though i don't know about that. Are you kidding me. Mr beer connoisseur. You've got like three different beer glasses depending on the beer that you drink. You don't know that there's a difference you don't believe there's a difference come on the beer disrespect for the record. I had more than three beer glasses if you people would stop breaking him. Podcast presented by sonic embassy episodes. Nine the pasta. We're gonna go back to the beer thing later. Welcome to podcast presented by sonic embassy on this bite size episode. Let's talk about a tiny little debate. I recently have it all started from a youtube video. Called how to shape every pasta method mastery from epicurious hillary. It's thrilling the executive chef and partner restaurant. You're in new york city so today we're going to go through all the different areas and some different does traditional linguini. To tell you tell it to bucatini to some of the lesser knowns stretching naughty nor cat day the have been the authority on making forever every pasta shape is designed for a sauce that it captures whatever sauce that is given for it and actually was created for it. The italians do it the best and so like we mentioned at the at the very beginning you were blown away by that one statement. Yes i didn't think it mattered. Ever thought it was mental. Now let me ask you this. How was the rest of the video. I don't know i stopped it after i learned that little tidbit. There's almost twelve hundred different shapes of pasta hundred different kinds of them. Come from an extruded version. I mean i knew there were a lot but i had no idea. It was that many I probably a lot of them. I wouldn't i would forget By the exact name but Of course some familiar with panay. You know for Fettuccini spaghetti mostly the common ones sir. I i don't know any types of faster as i would like. I think i'm quite mainstream in the ones that i normally buy. So you've got your spaghetti annual angel hair. Then you've got the bose. Which i think is far far away in italian and the penny box. I have been to italy a few times. And when it's it's the you find out that this way more than you could ever dream of. So i went to southern asleep whether have or keti as kind of pasta neutral which is like this little. It's like a cycle with a dip in its So that can really ho- hold some source. So i got really into that and in the last few years is covered some italian supermarkets in my neighborhood who have rows and rows and rows of pasta and kind of. I'll go there every few months. And i always make sure to buy a pasta shaped the i don't know is a wheel is alexa. Is it some kind of plaques. That's twisted i like to experiment. Yeah the main staples for me have pretty much been a spaghetti and lasagna and macaroni of course and then maybe like pin a chills in bowtie. Pretty sure there's more but those are the main ones that end up in my belly most often. My name is erica. I'm from toronto. Canada and i'm an independent game developer. And so the co host of the devil's advocate podcasts. Where we a- interview other game developers so my name is barbara mendes. George i live in brussels which is the capital of belgium. But i'm originally from portugal. And i grew up in england which is why i sound And i soon pastas as popular where you are as it is here in the us. Yeah i guess so. I mean the. There's quite a few italian restaurants and used to actually serve at a banquet hall an italian banquet halls so there would be foster served at every occasion so is a lot of italian immigration in in belgium. And there's some excellent italian restaurants in fact. Yeah i i went to one today for my pizza which was which was great. I would say that it's it's pretty popular given that i'm not belgian. I don't know how much figures in like. You'll you'll typical belgian cuisine. I i would say it figures reasonably high because if you go to a traditional belgian catholic normally they will have your spaghetti bought an eight and some tomato pasta and something like that. But i think that's probably regional differences. Know maybe an in towns with more talion immigration. They use it more. But i kind of feel like this is a pretty diverse city. I have friends of all sorts of different nationalities and with most of us past to features pretty highly. It's it's childish. Lots of different varieties is as we discussed. And yeah you can make it as or creamy or as hubby as he wants it to and definitely for me anyway. Pasta is very much comfort food. If i if. I want something quick and easy but satisfying hoster might go see okay. So does pasta shape really matter. I mean really. Well that's the thing it depends on What you know the the sauce had depends on What you put an end because The shape does affect the texture and for example with a penny. You have while. They're like little tubes. So i think think there is more surface area there that can even catch some of the sauce inside of them and bring out more flavor as a result. But if you have stronger flavors like of cold like pasta salad which has more spice and acidity some thicker noodles like Fussily would be probably better because there is already very strong flavor. You don't need to catch anything extra. Yeah i cook a bit. So i've cooked with different types of pasta and found different results. Yeah i'm. I'm not so knowledgeable that i know exactly which type of past pencils which kind of source. Because i know the kind of italian purists will always have certain types of pasta with certain types of source. But i i definitely think that past to shapes with kind of groups in who can hold sauce a much more satisfying when you're having a very creamy. Oh very liquids pasta then a then a smoothie. One so normany. If i'm making pesto or some kind of tomato sauce that's the or like cream sauce like a carbonara i will think about. I'm going to choose. A type of pasta is going to hold sauce. But if it's just the situation of what. I have in my cupboards. I'm gonna chuck some random things in a pan and and chuck some randoms pass during upon them. Then i'm not so. I'm not so strict in the in my decision making All just at random things together does pasta shape matter. I think so okay now. Did it always matter or do you just feel that way now because you know i feel. I always mattered to me at least because now watching the video of that part now have proof that it matters see. That's the thing. I'm just wondering if scientifically it matters or is it more psychological.

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

06:20 min | 9 months ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Possibly very different from earth in our solar system there is a lot of variety planet densities. The new study has led scientists to believe that the planets have rocky services and iron rich course. Their chords are likely smaller than earth's since the planet each have a mass. Roughly eight percent less than earth's complaining the planetary interior models from the universities of bern and zurich with the planetary atmosphere models at the university of geneva they were able to evaluate the water content of the seven trappist one planet with the precision literally unprecedented for this category planet and these internal and atmospheric structure models show that the three inner planets the trap is one system are likely to be waterless and that the four outer planets wouldn't have more than a few percent water possibly liquid on their services whether the differences between earth and the travis planets changed the potential for life. Somewhere in the traffic one system is still unclear. We just don't know enough yet. And that's why the studies will continue. So what does the future look like in further. Study of this fascinating star system. I mean there are so many more questions to be answered. Here is sara seager professor of planetary science and physics at mit cambridge. At the nasa press conference in february two thousand. Seventeen one of the reasons. Astronomers are so excited about it is. It's a veritable laboratory for studying a planets orbiting very cool very small very dim red stars. That are so incredibly different from our son. In fact astronomers constantly go back forth about all the excitement about these worlds because they're very easy to study other people have fears and concerns. And so we actually get to tests many people's theories about these world being tidally locked and radiation from the hosts are and things like that. So hopefully. we're counting on speculative to find more of these systems and planets around these ultra cooled worse these very common stars that we can study so in addition to use in astronomy. When someone makes a discovery like this we almost any telescope that can sell up to follow up and so in that way we have We heard about hubble already from nicole but hubble kepler k. to spitzer and other telescopes are exploring the trappist system further. I'd say that what the team is most excited about. Although this is still a bit in the future is the james webb space telescope because with this telescope and the reason the trap is planets are so significant is that they are accessible to observations with james webb space telescope. So with the james webb will be able to study the atmospheres and we will try to assess the greenhouse gas content which will help us understand the surface temperature of the planets. Are they indeed. The right temperature to support liquid water in life as we know it in fact we're even gonna use the james webb search for gases gas. That don't belong. That might be produced by life. Such as oxygen methane a whole host of other gases to me a looking from the point of nasa science broken. It's exciting because it's of course it's a leap forward but it goes in parallel to the other leaps. Were taking right now. look at. What's happening at mars where we're really looking at the complex chemistry. That's happening looked at the recognition. That mars actually is a place where not only used to be water. But there's water today. Abundant water in parallel to that You know the recognition that we now have technology ability of going to europa and actually looking at that system which is in its own right. Neely an exciting system he goes. There's a notion world. they're not hit. Stop rock at the bottom. You know really unexpected place. In in sight there's many otter places like that and then on the theory side. We already heard i Really understanding of the biology of life's gonna if there's a tremendous amount of progress to get her these areas really create kind of crescendo toward stat Really answering that question that has been on our minds for so long. This is the right time to ask the question this time to have this discovery right now. A yellow dwarf sized. Thank you to senior scientists at the planetary science institute dr pamela gay and publisher of universe today for cain for allowing me to use portions of their wonderful astronomy. Podcast called astronomy. Cast if you appreciate space and science this is definitely a podcast. That's worth adding to your platelets. You can find a strong cast at the same place. You're listening to this at their dot com and you too. So what do you think you heard travis one before today. Have you googled already to take a look at the artist conception of the planet's yet are you excited about all the exoplanet discoveries. I love to know my email is studio at sonic embassy dot com. You can also find the sonic embassy on twitter. Vero facebook patriotic and i g our website sonic embassy dot com some great resources to check out. Besides your favorite search engine are exoplanets dot nasa dot gov es dot org exoplanet dot edu. J. w dot org earth sky dot org and trappist dot winnie if you enjoy this episode. Share it so more people can find out about us but if you think. This podcast was not worth further observation. Well you should share that. On social media with linked to sonic embassy dot com slash podcast. That would really show me if you have an idea that you think would make a great episode and let me know. Thank you so much for listening. Love you and hope you'll listen more. Hey there's another episode of milky way marvels in the works so follow the sonic embassy to stay up to date super bass. Sonic in this..

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Legitimate mexican restaurants. I'm about daniel firm right ear the restaurant and it's it's got beans and he's got got any store that's a kind of its may. Oh where it's apples and he's just basically meat and beans. That i love me too. Yeah me too. I love my marino like like more authentic unless my favorite bike at authorities with hot sauce and a the. Oh yeah you are my people to what about some of your favorite spots in puerto rico to get a burrito or Be famous three bleda for me. It was the restaurant called a there. Were two restaurants at truth was margaritas and us. I love that plate because he'd like to burritos. But then you can all. You could almost see the rio because they were covered in in in in cheese and as red sauce. A hawk red sox and cheese so you have to dig aim to find a burrito donder devoured awesome a lot of meat and and being a when it comes to matters more like a like a street food and find that anywhere man so whether it's an empanada normal southfield burrito a three bleda punk ak- or breakfast dorothea. I think we can all agree that whatever you call it whatever you put in it and no matter where you live. This is a wonderful dish that deserves a place on the list of food phase. Let's be real mixing cultures his a beautiful thing big time of mexican culture. It's like rain. Puerto rican culture tex-mex basically more tickets make sure but it's it's part of our culture in a way always its main mexican culture movies music as being spanish influenced slaughter our own generators. Our father. Murray influenced by sent the anonymous. You'll be so we were influenced by by travel. They know about the culture food mexico. Well one thing. I don't forget mendosa is states. Where more people now. You're going to see that the move to canada and different people here from united states and being because they leave every two year for years and we come back to this day. I've seen they bring with them. Son is the ps or from the foods from country along also going back to brazil. I'm thinking on doing some of the dishes there. I i sit here so burritos is one of the things that i'm willing to do whenever i come back. Burrito worried rose fi fajitas. They guacamole thing a ha so because when when i have a body or something there in brazil and then i to i i will command on what come on. Let's say let's stay thin. Anita think my guests. My friends were taking time away from their busy schedules to help me out with this. I love you guys. I love all of you so much. Yeah hopefully that was somewhat helpful. Nice to see you know you so much. Thank you yeah. Yeah they're definitely working with that. Thang care i remember. It was funny. It was nine no problem whenever you need us. We're here you should go barbecue because barbecue is so different than brazil and the mexican and the us is a great idea. Because you've prints phone whenever wherever you are is a different thing different food that we we do the barbecue and everything. I'm definitely adding that to the future. List nobody guy though which is nice. You know benji i promise. I promise. I'm gonna resume my spanish lessons with you soon because clearly my spanish meets help prevent. Okay continue our amy's lexi on his work as audio spaniel. neces- seat that moocher mooch. Are you okay. No comment translates in all languages. So what do you think is your mouth ready. Do you like burritos. Of course you do well at least if you've ever tried one burritos the thing where you live. Have you ever had one if so. What are your favorite ingredients. I'd love to know my email is studio at sonic embassy dot com and you can also find the sonic embassy on twitter facebook and i g. Our website is sonic embassy. Dot com view enjoyed this episode. And it made you wanna roll yourself up in a giant warm tortilla blanket. Jarrett so more people find out about us and our listeners can continue to grow but if you think. This podcast is the brussel sprout equivalent. No well you know. Share that on twitter with the link to sonic embassy. Dot com slash. Podcast if you have an idea that you think would make a great episode. Please let me know like juliana did thank you so much for listening. I love you. And i hope you'll listen more soon. This is fun. I can't wait to do more food. But right now it's burrito time hashtag. Reto life could be a thing aber based on sonal guinness..

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Burritos are pretty big deal right huge out by britos. It depends on. If you're on the san diego Border the closer towards like mexico. You get the largest radio gets ironically because he just said that they don't really have rita's as widely california's does and particularly meeting here. Because i'm like. Every they're even asian fusion places that will have a burrito spinoffs that include asian food in a in a burrito or like a seaweed wrap of vertigo by behalf places just dedicated to does in california breakfast. Burritos are the biggest thing like most people will go surfing first thing in the morning and then as soon as they hit the fate turnaround around comeback when their dad the first thing they all go for a place like right on the beach her breakfast burritos and they will go straight to the restaurant and get a burrito. This big big like you know a huge burrito about sides of you know like from your hand me down to admit on and then sandiego lose it a few times. They had read the size of your me. Like to tortillas three tortillas together layered next to each other and then wrapped up with a burrito and they're so different there in california like burritos. Don't have sent you have the option to have also be outside but it's not very like it's a to go food to in many places in cameroon because you can grab it. They'll wrap it up in tinfoil. Take its go. I can carry it with you. You go on your skin for a walk. You have your burrito in one hand. It's like very much a portable. it's i think that's one other so popular because people could just get on their bike or they're bored or they're like as soon as they got the you know the ocean they grab out there burrito like right off the strand. They go to the restaurant guide. The reno turnaround.

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Batman Gotham story arcs ever and I would recommend anyone who loves Just a Good Humor story detective story to read Gotham Central awesome. Okay, and what is a good place to jump in right now? Well, the great thing about combinations is dead. A like a story superhighway. It's always going forward and they're always kind of like honoring places to jump in where you can start with the new story on it or with the creators. It just so happens that in October of 2020 issue and 100 of the current run of Batman will be coming out and that's actually the culmination of the story that's on right now call The Joker War. So anyone who is near a local comic shop or anyone who can of course do mail-order you could order some of the recent issues about noon. Which would you choose 95 point forward to a hundred and that is the Joker war and then if you jump in at issue 100 in October will be able to go forward with the current writer has said that going forward from 100 that will be the introduction of a ton of new villains some new directions for the family wage. But that man himself and I think that wouldn't really be a great jumping-off Point aiming for that issue 100 and going Homeward. I'm not sure right now right here just to let you know that issue 100. It's kind of a big deal. It's been revealed by the writer that issue 100 would be the first appearance of a major New Zealand called ghostmaker that has a lot of potential here love this character or hate him. There's no denying that Batman is a pop culture icon down what you're thinking. We didn't even talk about all the characters in Batman Universe. We didn't talk about the villains. We didn't even talk about the family. Oh we will but that's just for part two. If you want to give it a shot and jump in right now on some actual comic books and you want to get issues 95 to 100 which by the time most of you listen to this will already be available it up Greg and the absolutely fantastic staff at Soundwave Comics. They know we all want to stay safe. So Greg says well in our shop, we do have a social distance measures in place. We are open to the public Wednesdays through Sundays here at our school. We also offer a contact free curbside delivery package to mail order and then a lot of stores like my store. We actually do subscriptions and we do mail-order. We have customers that live in other parts of the country and roughly. How long is a month. We will take whatever Comics to subscribe to mark them up in Maryland terms that are definitely ways to get your, yes. Please support your local comic book shops off. like Soundwave comics A huge thank you to the Super Friends for their insights Greg Nick and baby girl. I love you can connect can I hug? You know, so then if a kiss is out of the question, yeah, you can find Soundwave Comics all over social media and at Soundwave comics.com. So what do you think? Do you agree disagree and would love to know my email is Studio at Sonic Embassy.com and you can also find the Sonic Embassy on Twitter Facebook and IG off our website Sonic Embassy. If you enjoyed this episode, I want you to tell all your friends about me. So they can listen to and if you hated it spread the word you'll just podcast sucks. Check it out. If you have an idea what you think would make a great episode, please by all means let me know. Thank you so much for listening. I love you, and I hope you listen more soon found like that, man. I think instead of just.

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Are you a comic book reader? Maybe you like me and feel like with more than eighty years of comics and stories and I don't even know where to begin. I'm Josh's I can time I shut down know so I asked the experts two questions first. What is a most read Story one that's already completed. You can just buy the volume and gingery. What is a must-read Batman story? Well the beautiful thing about Comics there are so many different stories over the years showing different versions of that man..

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Very impactful and at the same time later in the month and Christian Bale was Bruce Wayne and Morgan Freeman was Lucius Fox riding together in the tumbler version of the Batmobile that was in the movie. I mean, it just will my heart took a lot of Happiness when when there is revving up the car and then you can see the happiness. He's got he's found a weapon and when he turns you wishes Fox and Thursday, I should come and black such a great moment, you know, it adds a lot to be for the experience of seeing a great live adaptation like them so long Is the Batman well Batman Bruce Wayne is an only child whose parents were Thomas and Martha Wayne Thomas was a doctor found his family company was Wayne Enterprises course is a very well-to-do family or meeting family in the Gotham City Gotham City is essentially modeled after New York and DC Universe and think back to the time in 1930s New York and Chicago was too big cities Chicago was the newer clean breaks. And so that's supposed to be metropolis and then all the people that reside in Gotham or or you know, such a New Yorkers so their company in a family or at the Forefront of the global job in society Alfred pennyworth is the family Butler and after the murder the waves he becomes the parent caretaker Bruce Wayne and all dead. Is Crystal Light, you know kind of like a guiding father-figure schwartzel of knowledge because in his younger life, he was a soldier in the British Army and took a specialist. So we would have unique knowledge. That would help me in on his journey. Once again, you say like, you know, he's a he's a millionaire Playboy. But but once again when it gets down to the you know, whenever you talk to yourself in your head, you know, what do you call yourself in your head and it has so many story arcs where it's like the moistness head doesn't say wage is it says Batman, you know that that's he views himself as Batman but then but then Bruce as the globe that allows him to function as Batman, so and that's one of the things I find interesting about the character of which is the real him in which is the alter ego and split off. From the way so many have he thinks of himself as Batman, you know, he has PTSD he always did he always will he's he's forever broken good, you know, he's damaged goods. So I think he has has accepted that and went to where it yeah, he's not. He's not Bruce anymore. He's he's Batman. Yes. I mean if if you look back to that man's Origins back in the late Thirty was in nineteen forties who was second big DC Superhero was dying Super Magnum. And of course Man was created to be a person who was a hero seeking social justice for the time and it was such a huge success the exact date or Superman Siegel and Shuster created a whole new genre the superhero comics and DC immediately knew what they have. So they passed that law. Create a mob genuine with coming up with the next hero and that's how that man began, but his earliest roots are fighting against Crime being detached speaking to right Injustice. So this is kind of gets back to the core idea. What character is all about and I can't is an icon he is a man who did not get therapy and now goes out at night dressed up as a bat and fights alongside a little boy that he replaces every few years wage that also didn't get their P. But let's keep it keep in mind. The little boy is often an orphan who also needs therapy, but I guess beating up criminals is therapy. Wow, you know, Nick said something about attitudes like yours. What did you say? Well, we'll get to that in a second. Why are so many people drawn to this character became first of all, I think he popularized his character popular popularized tragic backstory. I really think that the tragic hero really think that it started with him. I don't know Demi come out like the did he come on like Thursdays the accident came out in the 30s which convention which is really convincing to me why we're so popular because you're so used to at the I feel like he was different because I'm so used to Heroes being light heart. I feel like not around that time. Maybe they're used to hear as being lighthearted and then introduced someone who looks like a villain name, but it's actually a hero and has this tragic backstory. It's just like that's probably how it's that's I mean I bet that's when it started the whole dark looking hero with a tragic sob story. Yeah wage. I think that's why it's so popular. I I once went to to bark on and there was there was one guy who I mean I thought he was silly but I think it applies in this moment. When when you got to have a question talk to the voice of Optimus Prime and told him you know, you'll just never understand what you bring to the United grew up without a dad never had a male figure in my life raised by my mom and aunt and he's like but but you on Saturday morning Optimus Prime became that role model that Father Figure song that really said a lot of my values and this guy was carefully talking about how Optimus Prime was like the daddy never had and had that it was a joke. But you know, I I think all of us have that pain have that trauma have that somewhat emptiness inside of us on some level and I think that's what makes those characters birth. Especially very relatable, you know Batman Superman Spider-Man they all have pain they all have a lot of loss and the best they can do is cope with it off. They never really are able to escape it and I think for for many people who who I think especially get into comic books get into that fantasy have some sort of lost have some sort of not connecting with their peers or the world around them and they see that relatability and they see that that hope I'm not being able to actually do some some some good but themselves but on top of that I mean what kid doesn't love ninjas I mean ninjas are awesome and Batman Ninja it's the fantasy as well. I've always been a huge decent, expand. I've always felt at home birth. DC Comics Superman is like the ideal. He's he's a living God. He is what we should all aspire to be Clark Kent is who he is Superman is the alternate identity the secret identity that he wears and shows to the world. He tries to see the good in people. He stands for hope he stands for Justice song that man is a different being Bruce Wayne is the mass that he presents to the world. 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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Four letters if you spend any time on social media, especially YouTube you probably seen them to a s m r and maybe the video was something like this sign. dumbbell You're saying. If you clicked on this episode, you might already know what it is and maybe you're hoping to experience them or maybe you're like me and you don't really know what it is. Well, let's find out shall we presented by Sonic Embassy down to see? Wrote to them are what? Why what you heard in the beginning was from a phone number called tapioca ASMR not too long ago. I started noticing more and more videos with the title. I thought it was a fairly recent phenomenon, but as it turns out with most things I find I am the one who's always late to the party. So my first encounters with it consisted of videos of people whispering. I was like what and why I just initially figured it was some kind of weird fetish thing off then recently as I was searching for some sounds I came across more and more ASMR videos and it was a lot more than just whispering. A lot of it was sound-based sounds of everyday activities, but hyper-focused.

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"Forget about professional. How do you think about these things radically but know about this theoretically but when you see eye witness it's fantastic eligible. These people gathered around with this is the effect nature can have on we humans when we pay even little attention to it and when i gaze into the wonders of the night sky i'm filled with appreciation and thankfulness that they are there and i feel loved. I'd like to close with one of my favorite images from the from the history of space exploration. It's an image carved by none other than galileo galilei some four hundred years ago. Galileo turned his telescope to the night sky and carefully charted jupiter and he noticed these four tiny little specks of light around uber of course in the early days of his charting these little points of light he initially thought that they were stars and so but he soon realized that these stars were moving and night he charted them and determined that in fact those four little dots were not stars they were. They were moons of jupiter. Jupiter had moons then it must be similar to the earth because of course earth had been up until that point the only world that's had moon and so if things were going around jupiter than that went against that aristo talion you of the birth being center around which everything else revolved decades. That would follow. Gal we would come to learn and appreciate that. The laws of physics apply not just here on earth but also to these worlds and wonders beyond the earth and in the decades and centuries after that with the advent of spectroscopy and new techniques for studying stars and planets. We would come to appreciate that. The principles of chemistry apply not just here on earth but also on worlds and wanders beyond the earth and then with the advent of our robotic exploration of the solar system and our investigation of world's like mars and mercury and venus. We come to appreciate that. The principles of geology apply not just here on earth but also to these worlds wanders beyond her but when it comes to this bizarre when it comes to the phenomenon of life when it comes to the science of biology. We have yet to make that me. We don't yet know whether or not biology works on worlds wonders beyond earth. We have every reason to believe that it should our study of life on earth. Leads us to life is likely everywhere. Where the conditions are right. We'll have yet to do that. Experiment and part of what excites me about the time in which we live part of what excites me about the next few decades is that for the first time in the history of humanity we have the tools and technology to answer this age old question on whether or not we are in fact malone in the and so i hope that some four hundred years from now are descendants. We'll be able to look back at this time. Much the same way that we can look back at the at the revolution that galileo's work began are descendant some four hundred years from now we'll be able to look back at this time in the history of human exploration and scientific discovery. Not just this time this place. Jpl premier place in helping to achieve exploration and the science. The needs to be done to to advance these kind of discoveries. I hope our descendants will be able to look back at this time and this place and say it was then it was there. It was through the perseverance and the exploration that the discoveries were made abroad the universe. Thank you very much once again. Kevin hand astrobiologists and planetary scientist in two thousand fourteen and before that coverage from nbc news. I hope listening to this has inspired you to check out these marbles and more detail up. Do you see what i see. Do you agree. I'd love to know my email is studio at sonic embassy dot com and you can also find the sonic embassy on twitter facebook and instagram. Some great resources other than your favorite search engine are nine. Planets dot org. Europa dot nasa dot gov solar system dot nasa dot gov j w dot org and si- dot s. a. Dot i t slash juice. Our website is sonic embassy dot com. If you enjoyed this episode the best way to show it is to tell others about it and if you hated it and you're still listening at this. Well you know what the best way to really stick it to me to tell others about how much you hate it like guys you gotta check out. This horrible podcast. Here listen to it that really get me. You should do that if you have an idea that you think would make a great episode by all means let me know. Thank you so much for listening. I love you and i hope you'll listen more soon. Based sonic in..

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"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"sonic" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™

"We know earth moon is pretty cold and dead today. So shouldn't europa have lost all of its internal heat by now after four and a half billion years just like our moon has lost most of its internal heat. There's another source of heating out there. That doesn't apply at least doesn't apply anymore to our moon and that's called tidal heating coming from tidal flexing europa as it orbits jupiter gets a little closer and a little farther. The orbits little egg-shaped little bit eccentric when europa is closest to jupiter is stretched out more and when it's farthest from jupiter contracts a bit and kind of like bending a paper clip back and forth that generate t frictional heat as europe is flexed every time it orbits jupiter jupiter every eighty five hours every three and a half birthdays. It's ice shell is flexing by about thirty meters. That's the prediction for how much it would flex as it goes around. That'll generate a lot of heat. Some of you may know i. O europa's neighbor is the most volcanically active body in the solar system. That's the moon. One in the galleon moon one in from europa it flexes something like one hundred meters. It's crazy A to generate all that heat. I oh well a little farther out at europa. It's not enough to make a super volcanically active body but it's enough. We think to maintain a liquid water. We don't know how much of that title heap is in the rocky part of europa if the title heat is just in the ice shelf that's enough to maintain an ocean but it could be that there's a bunch of heat put into the mantle as well to keep it warm and for there to be Volcanoes down on the sea floor of europa. We don't know yet. Another reason why scientists are pretty confident that you wrote a has an ocean of liquid water. Is that there are fluctuations in jupiter's magnetic field near europa. This suggests that there is a conductor of some sort. Scientists feel that there is an electrically conductive fluid most likely a global salty ocean. Under europa's ice layer. Here's kevin hand. Astrobiologists and planetary scientists in twenty fourteen through careful analysis of the gravity probations experienced by the gallup spacecraft as it flew by europa and doing the gravity inversion for the moment of inertia that leads to an internal mass distribution our internal density distribution for europa. Where we've got an iron or an iron sulfur core a silicate rocky mantle and then an outer layer a layer of roughly one hundred to two hundred kilometers of unit density material and the simplest explanation for that unit density material is water and either liquid or solid phase. Now the the gravity information is insufficient to reveal the density difference between solid and liquid water. And so the second piece of the puzzle leaves us with this picture of europa. Where we've got a lot of water but don't yet have an ocean to get to the ocean. We need the final piece of the puzzle. And that i like to make the analogy to adhering to airport security. So what happens when you walk through a metal detector at an airport. What's happening is that you're walking through a time varying magnetic field and if you've got a conductor in your pocket not time varying magnetic field and that little doorway gives rise to induced electric currents in that conductor in your pocket and that those induced electric currents give rise to an induced magnetic field and within that little doorway our special detectors that are searching for that induced magnetic field and the alarm goes out at europa when the galileo spacecraft flew by europa the alarm essentially went off galileo had a fancy compass onboard magnetometer and that magnetometer was able to detect an induced magnetic field around europa a magnetic field that was not intrinsic to europa but was being caused and mediated by jupiter's incredibly strong a time varying field again a lot of math that i won't go into tonight. This third piece of the puzzle leads to is that you need some near surface conducting layer analogous to the conductor in your pocket. When you're walking through airport security you need some conductor in your pocket to create that induced magnetic field and the best explanation for that induced magnetic field is a salty liquid water layer near the surface of europa and iron core. Sure that's conductive but it's too far away from the spacecraft to explain the induced magnetic field signature those rocky silicates. They're not conductive enough to explain that. Induce magnetic field signature ice even ice dope with salts still not conductive enough the best explanation for the induced magnetic field signature. Is this salty. Liquid water ocean overlain by isobel of a few to maybe ten or fifteen kilometers in thickness another reason. Scientists conclude that europa has liquid water. Is that in two thousand. Nineteen researchers detected water vapor using one of the world's biggest telescopes. The wm kick observatory in hawaii. They detected enough releasing from europa about fifty two hundred pounds or twenty three hundred kilograms per second to fill an olympic sized swimming pool with minutes. If that's true. Whoa also that yellowish color plum part of europa. It's actually sodium chloride aka table saw which is also the principal component of seesaw. Since the icy shell is geologically young and features abundant evidence of past geologic activity. It was suspected that whatever salts exist on the surface may come from the ocean below in a laboratory. Simulated conditions on europa at nasa's jpl or jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena california usa plain white table salt or sodium chloride turned a shade of yellow similar to that visible geologically young area of europa known as terror. Regio now the color is significant because scientists can now deduce that the yellow color previously observed on portions of the surface of europa is actually sodium chloride or that table saw the jpl lab. 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"sonic" Discussed on Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast

Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast

12:58 min | 1 year ago

"sonic" Discussed on Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast

"At the dinosaurs? You'll place for movies TV shows and Pop Goja. I'm one of your oath sneak and I'm returning again not make you one of the radio hosts just do it. Yeah it's it's hard to change. Its I brace. I'm not very good. Bracing change that's all right you don't have to be embracing change. Just change needs to happen. Just naturally happen so we have been on and off for a couple of months and a half where here. We're not here. We actually officially have lost episode. Now I don't know where that when we were talking about was the best episode of her new lot. Oh Yeah it was phenomenal. There was angels and demons and good versus evil. So amazing that you wake up the next day. It's like minded mazing not apple. You just can't remember but you know it was amazing. That's exactly what the situation we're in. We haven't done this in so long. With so rusty my pains go to stretch hemmings and are vocal causing again but yet. So we're back season two episode to Wigan get really hot into it because one of US Know Me Sore Burn. Take it away Yes me and Kaban. Water went to see the sonic movie. And I give it a thumbs up I I was actually expecting a correct and I was actually getting more excited that it was going to be correct from the very first trailer with that amazing looking. Sonic that they had. But yes I would actually recommend this. If there's some way it makes it out because you know you say something happens in the universe and everything. I really hope if they do have a BLU ray or DVD xtra lease is to have the remaining footage with that sonic in the scenes. Put it in everything. You're like the urgency. Sonic Oh yeah the something called away because they said they had to change the animate over again. So yes they it would be. It exists those files and everything of the actual even roth or it's not even fully rented it would still be there. The Sonics snotty cut. Yes but yeah just to talk about the film. Generally it's pretty good It's more of a family film you can tell it's PG which was surprise when they came in and they actually you know actually bring in some a bit of adult humor here in that. I was actually surprised. I'll very upfront about Just to start off in the movie starts with the Sega Logo. They have one of those montage. We like many games on screen and everything and I see the Yakuza series in that very prominent. I'm just like Oh boy. My favorite already crime simulated Japan. I love it. Yeah and Some of the but yeah but it's the came down to as when I think about it. It's just very straightforward song movie. Sonic is meant to be from another dimension That goes really fast Susan baby so there's the first marketing parts of Sonic. He's taught by a new character. That appears and the character disappears for the rest of the film after that and then we basically started up that sonic his traveling from worldwide. Using rings he uses rings like the giant rings to Teleport to in the video games to the special signs to teleport other worlds so slightest. Yeah so basically. He's got a little map which he unveils. And there's the first little Easter egg for fans there's a cu satin world and has crossed at. Because there's no sonic the game on the secrets an infamous one candidate law second. Yeah I just talk about the whole thing but I'll just get down straight to the point. It's bad that's basically the main plot and Jim Carey comes as doctor. Botany because again son it goes too fast that he actually causes a sonic boom in the area which knocks out electrics in the area. So it's naturally people come into that caused US everything And they find Sonics and that's where it all goes from there of Jim Carey playing as the asshole Dr Robotic. That's he's not Yucky. Route is absolute jerk to everyone. Let's write your Latte. Yeah some Nice touches here. I was expecting probably more. They're going to do renditions of the video game soundtrack. But they did because of this area cold in the movie Greenhill. So they had a piano. Rendition of greenhills earned from dishonor. Game articles a nice touch most of the Huber and everything else. It's very straightforward. It's not being anything too risque or anything like that. Like oh sonic ate too much and stuff like that does all. The shucks you little rascal. Dogs Chili Dogs Redford. They'll say things that I put in my mind. This is what I expect to be in a movie. And it's just like what he's break-dancing check that off as I said then he's he's Outta the places I oh they had a new thing. They will co Chili Dogs. Ooh That is well. Chili dogs ribs and But I will say not to spoil anything else. They were thinking about just generally good. Just the general enjoyable film icon. Really pick it apart. Because I know it's understand it's made for a younger audience in kids and when I break it down by story why structure and everything. It's a pretty much fits the mold of when it comes down to it. Of course. I have my imagination's live with the freakish. Sonic in a completely different plot of. You can't run away from your problems all the time. You just can't keep running all the time every classic children's movie of the past that we grew up with you can't just run away from everything expected to be all right but that's how everything worked out in my childhood. Yeah always yeah all the time. Nothing bad habit you July. So in the end any cows emeralds anything like that no realty reference accounts were already hanging none of the other wacky friends. And it's very sonic centered. Focus Film and everything it does set up for a sequel or not GonNa Spoil anything but of course avoid youtube or the in sonic fan base in general because they love spoiling everything which will do but as I said as a film itself. I enjoyed it. My worry guy went in expecting like the absolute worst and actually walked out enjoying it. So that's nothing can really actually say that's the price I can give a film. Yeah that's good positive. That's what I'd like to hear so when it comes to other parts of the movie Jim Carey talking about how high art was. Did it deliver on? The high art always emerged. Oh No you know you can understand. Why Dr Abundance is gut is attitude. The techie show is like the new bad knicks that he shows this is top of the line. Impressive look and stuff like technology wise. It's multi transforming vehicles everything from the Games and stuff so you can understand why he's looks down on everyone else unease because he's just that intelligent of what he's already accomplished and everything. Yeah so without agreeing or disagreeing. I'm guessing in the end. Robotic finds a way to go to sonic's dimension it's more of he understands sonic's speed and how jumps inventions and everything? Yeah and that's where the film ends on that pot as well too. So that's good. Yeah you get that. Does he get fat at the end only starts to change the pairs of lower body? Because he's gone through and he shaved his head. He's got the giant mustache a little bit more. Chunkier these coming egg man. Yeah so they could set it up. That he's way he's locations on sport he could be because of where he is. It'd be living on. He'll get probably many very bee's and everything he said. I'll add to it and everything as well awesome so at a ten. Well I don't like doing at ten I just give it a thumbs up thumbs. It's always hot. He's always to self interpreted. It might give it a thumbs up as like something to rush out to sea but like I said if if your family if you have a family people and you want to take your kids out. It's a good film takeout. They'll they'll enjoy the visuals and everything else like that. And they'll join sonic flopping so that a little beam dances. It's it's doing pretty well box. It's often re million and In domestic and then international is one hundred one million. Yeah that's the big numbers. It's the highest grossing video movie at launch. Yeah Yeah So. That's pretty also take that. Take that Double Dragon. Take that Solid Hill. Actually Pretty Good Hill. You get to be good lists today. The first solid Super Mario Brothers movie. That was pretty good too but it doesn't deserve to be that list because it was terrible. Yes Wonderful Madison. God here of combat is the gold standard. I say when it comes to making it. It's still taking the premise that it's still running with it. Even though they had that black character turned out who wasn't in the game with the staff and then the Qatada and lucane fight. Where that's it. It's over walks off his way into the damaged cells. Who fought with you? What what gives you killed? Everyone fights end the fighting. And that's it and you walk off your family. It's like cool. That's how mortal combat way Johnny Cage moment where he's walking through the Web's the website said Caetano went this way because a few nights she would have went through the wall of Whitlam. A you do this to me. See Rundown of that sane. You know he just has to actually move the cobwebs of these hands in Wrexham apart to get them free people free. She obviously didn't come through the awesome. So yes sonic did really well. I'm glad Because it did cost a lot more to make so yeah at least made some of that money back well. That's the lesson is that they actually took to criticism and then changed the film criticism and they were very successful because of that but unfortunately for the studio that did it. They got closed down because Canada. If you look up the film a movie it's called off the Pi. It's the studio that talks about who worked on the life of Pi and basically candidate just allows you to just fuck animators it you just get to just abuse all their right. Who CARES That's basically what it is by Canadian. And everything and it's very it's very distressing and stuff to see about that because you understand people have done. I've worked on free databases and everything else. It's a very animation is a very very. We'll have more testify if it's a very enduring tedious task tedious task to do and for people that these people actually really put in the effort. I will say that full Masonic village. They really put in the effort and to the fact that they don't have a job anymore. It's very distressing to hear about. We'll hopefully they can get jobs elsewhere. So good job guys. Much love future easily. Yeah go work for Disney. They need animators. Yeah Disney Warner Brothers. Actually these need riders animated. Yeah cool so we'll stick with the motive video games. There's been a bit of late information about the resident evil. Netflix Davies. Yes it's under the umbrella umbrella it's under the under the guise of clay. Yes per project Cleo Klay so basically the outlay man's imagine was yes game so this is all I was late The TANNA clearfield. Md has long stood in the shadow of three seen seemingly unrelated behemoths. The umbrella corporation. The decommissioned Greenwood asylum and Washington Day. Say Okay first of all. Why isn't asylum help against like a multibillion dollar corporation and Washington? Don't know what's going on here today. Twenty six years after the discovery of the TAE bars secrets held by the three. We'll start to be revealed at the first signs of APP break. Saw this is probably GONNA be pre zero. It's going to be prey mentioned incident so well. That's the logic from from the game. They could just come up with they want. That's usually the next problem. That's the other problem is they? Have all the source material. It's tough to go off on. They probably just be like no. I'm GonNa make something new and edgy. It's like yeah what I've thought about because I'm Constantin films. Are German company that both did resonate. Who writes for TV and film in Nineteen ninety-seven okay? That's why they keep on pumping out the movies because I just want to retain the rights because director also wants to put movies with his wife and he just kept doing it for that reason. My wife She's gorgeous. She kicked a glass and it cut the dog in half so basically day at the rebooting film series are on but then they doing TV series from Netflix which is going to be complete separate entity. Yes I hope. They don't merge the two. Yeah because one thing. I really want to get from the Netflix TV series. He's I want them to cut back on the action and give us the horror. Yes because that's what the first resident evil and I two zero three. We're all about horror before four turned four into a TV series. WanNa stay at all just a bunch of natives chasing well. That's what I give credit to the resident evil films. At least they gave us the cool laser room concept. Yeah pretty much. Yeah that's basically it and a slipknot soundtrack. So it's like heartfully delivers because based on the law you know the umbrella scientists working out of the mansion in the mountains so the Greenwood asylums probably some people who were test subjects. Maybe maybe they will give funding. Because there's an environmental reason. That's why they were out in the middle of the woods and land to be there. That's right the umbrella corporation..

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