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#61 - Tim Kirch (Manager, 8123)
Hello. Welcome to the eighty twenty three podcast. I am here doing this intro without Garrett 'cause I am laying in my bed. And he's a home. But today's episode has been a long time coming we have Tim Kirch. My brother our manager the founder of Eighty-one twenty three the person that makes it all happen with us. Yeah. Very excited for you guys to hear this. It went very long. So we did a bonus episode talking about ideas that we have for the the the the future of eighty Twenty-three in what what we wanted to do next. So we will be posting not soon too. So yeah, thank you guys for coming to the fast. Those of you that did if you didn't next year we love, you hope you're digging. The new song go preordered the new record on her site. You know, the drill anyways. I'm just going to get right into the episode because it's a long one. Hope you enjoy it. I love you very much take care. He's out. We're here at the breadth the door we never done one here normally ride the studio. So you might be able to hear some cars drive by. Yeah. I was thinking we could put it cone in the middle of the road and tell people that can't drive down van Buren. I think we just put it in the back room now is buying. It'll be fine. We'll we'll do it in the future. Yeah. Oh in the future. We'll do it in the toilet. We can we can build a little podcast thing. In in the back. We had to put some some soundproofing up or something that'd be much echo. Have you guys ever covered yet from the weekend? No I on twenty three weekend. Well, I just dropped everyone off at the airport. And what is so it's Thursday, and you had five people at your house. Yeah. I had five people staying at the house besides one night. No there sits six because one St. one night. Oh, yeah. So we we had a full full house. So it was like getting it was just like it kind of kept going after even the fest was over and says three three four extra days of. Hey, mighty. That was the the best part having everybody that has worked with us over the years come out and be that stoked. Yeah. It was when. Surprise that that many people would want to come to our show. Like, I always feel like. Oh like you made friends. Yeah. Like like, our friends are really like like are banned or like like like Mike wanna come to a show. And then it's like oh everybody actually wanted to like, no I just like two two nights in a row. So Sunday I woke up, and it was just like. Just like it was just like, whoa. What happened last night? And I'm like the best to take a shower. And I like look at my phone and Kristen like posted something, and it was like all of our friends like singing Mars, and I was like holy shit. And I like started choke up because it was like not only is like you can hear of the people. But it was like just our friends like just as pumped in Maimi like really emotional house like that. No, it it made me feel good. I don't know. I don't know why. Yes. I I don't even know if I necessarily know the full details, I I'm Gary Nunn either like the the eight hundred two hundred three parking garage. How did that start? Because that's where the name comes from. I guess I don't know. Exactly. Even how that began. I I know that is a parking garage right by our parents house in but be. I'm pretty pretty sure rich and Gipson actually found it. And they would go there on weeknights early on just them to and go smoke prime times little mini cigars on the parking garage. And then I think probably like a month of them like hanging out there on their own. We all kind of started to go there. And then it became like skate spot. The hang out spot we go there before we'd go out at night. It was just like a. The whatever our clubhouse of meeting up there. Then we'd go out after that's I didn't know who started it. But that's what I yeah. I knew you'd go there and smoke cigarettes and curse. I'm pretty sure. That we've I've been there. I think we all went there before I think you've been there probably before we call eighty one twenty three when we were getting in that area because we'd go over to whatever those big warehouses behind there and go scape. When the funny thing the parking garage, where you actually hung out isn't Eighty-one isn't eighty one twenty three John had I had a panic attack. When we went and shot photos was it the last festival right before. Yeah. And he was on the roof. And when we pulled up the actual parking garage address was whatever eighty one three three or something like he had like a like a like a moment where you have like this little meltdown. I just saw his face. He didn't say anything but his face was like oh shit. We've named it wrong. The entire time. And then you go up on top. And you see. Yeah. So that was the spot would go hang out in that corner. And you could see it. So we just they called it Eighty-one Twenty-three what a fucking weird thing. Oh, yeah. Like for John just put that in song song? And I remember like I thought it was cool. When he did it seemed like oh, only he could write that line. Totally besides you got like, you know, if you guys maybe you do something. But like it it meant nothing to anyone and even our friends it was like our Goto spot to hang out. But it wasn't like we called our friends Eighty-one Twenty-three. Yeah. And then I think by the wording of Eighty-one Twenty-three means everything to me like him grouping it into like this these are friends as a whole kind of named it right there. Yeah. Because before it was just a place. You know what? I mean, just like, I don't even remember him. Do you remember him like talking about it? Then like when we were recording. I remember like just be like, oh, this is a place we hung. Out. But it didn't seem like I mean, I remember him just saying that we all roll along. Like he wanted to write a song about like, his friends, and I just thought that was just something for them. Yeah. That was in the crazy part was the part of the song and the dropout. No, no there there is ended up out in the open. I mean live you kind of became that. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think the first time we did the drop was. Was it on the tour or was it on that? No, the eighty one twenty three tour because now like when we play like that's part of it. It just like that my hand goes to like, okay, stop here. We're like. Yeah, normal. It's not like the case. But it's just crazy. How like perfect that was. Yeah. Because I mean, I was we were sound the music management, which I don't even know what that means at all sound the music as what it was like I started. I started. I was sound the music management like sound the music sound, comma, the music, you'll come like, I was imagining in my head like a siren like sound the music. All right, which makes sense at all. Guns launch of terrible company names random random, clothing, random entertainment. I guess. You know, our random entertainment. I think is where I want to be begin your journey. Gug go going through them, the the music business. I guess we were just fans of musing drive thru records and watched the DVD's all the time and. You know, had friends at played in bands. And I guess that's kind of the start of all this because max who was tour manager and how we're gonna band I tried out for that band the day before. Hello. And I I'll dishes, and and did not know how to play bass but owned a base for five years or four years. Hey, that's that's how I knew how to that's how I started to. I never practiced. I did not know anything bows in three bands with Pat, and I were in bands. And I did not know how to play oh, you knew how to play bamadoro brand know, no marrow banner van internet. Yeah. But that was like all right. Yeah. That was a core rate that was after that was invasion after he had already got out of attempting to give it up musician. I know that because I mean, I originally wanted to play guitar, and my I think you still. Do. Took us to JC Penney J J C Penney and there's only one guitar left. And Tim was like, no, I'm getting this. And I was I cried because I I one of the guitar. So the only other thing they had was a drum set that was a black. It was. So then I black ITAR, right? Yeah. He's like. But not. But I yes. So then I had to play drums because he wanted to play guitar, but and you gotta plastic drums a little kids drew the tiny tiny ones. Yeah. Like not like you could bend the shows. Oh, yeah. I know that can happen like our entire life like pets by got ran over. He got a brand new bike three weeks later got ran over to then Tim got a new bike. And then I got the old one. Oh, I got I got his his his own. But I mean it worked out perfect. Yeah. Because you got the new stuff that. But also, he got drums and. Yeah. Now, he's a drummer. So that's true. That's your job is drumming show. I don't think that. That decision for me to Gump rally guitar then. Yeah, you guys would not know each other I want. Yeah. So I guess you you liked music and the culture of NGOs wanted to be a part of it and knew that playing wasn't going to be your avenue. I mean, I think it was you're hanging out people all day long, and they're in a band and practicing, and you're kind of like sitting there, and there's like two or three other guys in the room that were just kind of the guys that would watch. And I like hated that idea of like just sitting on the wall and watching other people do something I always wanted to be involved in it in some way. So I think it was that idea of just like finding a role within the group. But then I think the other part of it was like, Brian are older brother was always like into marketing and creative stuff like that. Where I think I was always kind of thinking that way. I think that was like the big point of like, I think he did like, well he'd clothing line. Was that before me? Yeah. Yeah. So he had a clothing line. And he did like a bunch like marketing for it. That was like really creative and always like talking about like the philosophy of marketing, and what you could do. So I think like a lot of those principles got stuck in me really early. So I think that was you know, why found that role in the in the group? Well, I remember Bryan even having the clothing line when I met you it would have been after I think the state yarns Willard around for that. But maybe there was this shirt's hanging around. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He would have had the bus company. I know he had that maybe glimp- clump them together on. So then, you know, you started printing. Mm merging making a clothing line for bands to wear. Did you have any vision for what that was or you just wanted to make shirts in that with friends, and I mean Gibson, and I thought of the clothing line which became random. But I it was called data clothing. What fada Sega we're a math class together? When we came up with the name and Seda we're learning about data. Wow. So we came up the name, and I was like just drawing out like logos. The marketing plan used drying out. Well, he goes, I remember these days. Like, that's how you did it you'd have your notepad in class. Sketching terry. You're not even fucking pain tension to what's happening in front of you know, what you're being taught. You're like I came up with this great idea in like, you're writing it and like stupid lyrics or whatever. Like like, I remember drawing in my art class the perfect stage setup for like what a coup concert would be. And it was just like. It was just drums in bass guitar like it was nothing special at all put lights. Your I was just thinking about it all the time and. And I know you were. So then that transition I guess in a you like starting to go to the shows with everybody and w- where I started helping them book their first few shows. How will have oh got like bunch shows that big fish bub and Hardrock. Cafe lucky dragon. Yeah. Radum so he he was doing those. And then I was like, oh, we can just start booking our own shows. And then the clothing line was kind of its own thing and then booking shows was like another little side business. And then when we like MP three dot com was like just transitioning to pure volume. And that's when I was like real big on trying to discover up and coming bands before my friends could find somebody like max found story of the year. Yes. Like oh. I got to find a band. So I just spent like hours trying to find that that next band or whatever. But you. I mean cartel hook in my American heart. I you found my American heart. Yeah. I think was that way. Is that why they ban that? We're your band. That's why you love them so much remind I found him, and I found cartel and then second chance which became just surrender surrender. That's like basically a guy in contact with the band's sponsored them. Yeah. And then as the clothing line, and then we I think my I like big big show was my American heart second chance cartel. That motivation and forgot one other artists. But basically booked out the clubhouse had all of our friends. Come which was the entire crowd one hundred fifty people. Yeah, right there. Yeah. And it was the first day of their tour, and it was like the biggest show of the entire tour. They had at the time. But basically. Did had no idea what I was doing them all of the money as sponsorship. Yeah. The clothing line, which I wasn't making any money off of just like recouping, the cost of the shirts and printing more to friends saw him to friends. And that was like the first of like, this music business thing could actually happen. Did you were you like were you like reading how to show you were just guessing guessing I knew I knew the local venues I emailed them and asked how much was to run out the room for the day. And then you look at the numbers, and I was like oh ticket price. Yeah. But I mean, I wasn't even thinking I I don't have a single like profit law sheet from any single show that I ever did ever. It was just a pile of money or a lack of that pile. Yeah. And that's just how I operated, but like. So I did that show. It was awesome. Pay them a bunch of money. I think we the guarantee was like two hundred fifty dollars for the package or something or three hundred dollars. And then I paid each of them on top of it like the band's I sponsored cartel in a second chance like five hundred bucks a piece, and they're probably like what the fuck is going on. It was never shown. Yeah. And then like one of the other bands on tour was like found out that I pay how much money I paid them. And they were like that upset doubt came came in the back of the venue and tried to like talk shit to me or whatever. Yeah. Accepted a fight. And I was like I was like the first of like oh shit. It was. I pretty decent size band. See the album artwork. There were like kind of like a cowboy band. Hell boy wasn't. It wasn't the band that opened up at the modify. Oh, it wasn't. It was something else. It was something else. Something green. Anyways, green day. That's just remember. It was like we after the show we were driving home, and we stopped it like circle K and cartels in there. And then we went and you bought them like. Like all their like their sodas, or whatever that after giving them all of the money seven eleven across. Yeah. Yeah. So I mean, you were just kind of just making it up as you think it was like if I took care of these bands that like it was just like if you do the right thing, then good things will come one come back and. Yeah. And then I booked, you know, their shirts next two shows. Yeah. In town. And then did the same thing. Again. I think like the show made twenty five hundred dollars, and I paid them two thousand of that. That's crazy. So that been with that been when I met you the modified one of those show cartel, and yeah, yeah. And that was killed courtesy which is Max's band's album now show. Yeah. Can you give all the money to cartel? A lot of it. Yeah. Hopefully, max isn't listening to know. I mean, I like I wasn't even thinking I'm you know, what I was thinking. I like, they're the touring band. Like, honestly at that point. They were like kind of gaining some some the ransom things just re released on a militia right listeners. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Palm. Yeah. And then I I guess from there is when. The kerosene kids got going, and that's when I actually joined a real band for the first time, I guess, and so I was managing GARRETT'S ban. Well, I remember, okay. So we had started like we were like told the world that we were banned because all mean, Ryan's old band broke up, and we joined the band and Zac, the singer was in the most popular local band and his band broke up, and then we all got together. And I remember that day you hit me up on aim, and we're like I want to manage your band, and it was like what because we have never had a manager. Oh that was the first day first or second second practice ever. And. Yeah. I mean, I I remember you guys planning your first show or like wh when I shows that neck beards, and like seeing the pictures, and it was packed. And I was like oh my God. Like these guys are so good like. Yeah. No, no feel really it felt like from your previous bands like you in local bands. And that band felt like the real deal for the first time like it was like they're going to be the big local band, Phoenix. But like the day 'cause I had never met you, and you were already manager are banned for weeks. Yeah. And I met you at that show. Our first show. No, I think what you guys your garage. No. I remember meeting you at at the show. Okay. And I was like he was her manager. And it was just like so weird. And then that's yeah. Forever changed after that? At modified arts and you're managing couple other troop bona one which was which became Ann Arbor. That was like my first or I guess kilkare dec-. Yeah. Bad motivation same band aid, broken out by they broke up, and they stopped their CD release pretty much. Yeah. Yeah. And then to one like was managing them. And they were like starting to do pretty well locally. And then I picked you guys up after that. Yeah. We'll fifteen then or maybe I just turned sixteen. I think I was fourteen. And then six months later. I'm I mean, your brother. Yeah. Because our drummer quit. And then I'll never forget that. I practice with you. Oh, yeah. Standing up, dude. It was the greatest thing ever. So we're having our we're trying Pat out and Tim brings them over because he couldn't drive 'cause we couldn't drive yet. And he brings his drum set in we play this one song. And there's like this break down at the end in Pat jumps up on his right before it he jumps up on his stool, and then grabs his sticks. And does this X thing and then like pretend to like cut his throat, and it goes into it in my head exploded. This is the best thing that ever happened. I think I was the only one that really that. Because I remember Tony being like what the fuck like because I mean, he was pretty loose. There was like wasn't the tightest because Andrew was in pretty good drummer and the but you were like, but like hit so hard. And I was like he's the best like I wanted. I was like, yes. And then what it was probably a couple of weeks before we were like pets in the band. No, I I think it was only a couple of days because someone was on the fence someone was on the thinking toning. Yeah. Because you know, whatever. And then we were like, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Pat with the thing with the cut-throat thing. Yeah. I think even like that's when even my career like trying to be a manager think like having Pat involved having getting closer with you guys. Like that was when it was like let's start thinking about like what does a year? Look like, what does the next month? Like, how do we make show bigger? Well, before it was just like doing random shows doing stuff and not thinking about it like, yeah. All right. Let's build a career. And I think that's really when it started to like consume everything we did. It was like, hey, we can like talk about this all the time. And and and figure out the best thing to do. And I think the the big thing that we did is we just paid attention to what like other bands were doing. And then like, even if they were way bigger it was like it was like how could we do a version of what they're doing? But just on our level. Kind of what we've just still do. Does. It doesn't feel that diff-. Like, I think about that meeting. We had when it was the first band and like you were like what's your your goal? Whatever I still remember that still doesn't feel that different from what we do. Now. Like would what do we wanted to accomplish with this one? And like it's still the same kind of basic idea, and you had for twelve years when I pulled up to that photo of like that festival. Yeah. Book I was reading through it. And like seeing a lot of the ideas that I was asking myself, then and still asking myself those same questions. Yeah. And then also like I was budgeting out like how is gonna make twenty grand a month from doing shows or whatever. Yes. Like if I do X amount of shows running the budgets on it. And like trying to think about it more like a business. I was like, oh, this is a lot of the same thought process was like there from the very beginning. But I mean you had that too though like. Since then. Yeah, we would be on the phone with each other constantly being like, hey, like, hey, we start printing shirts, we can make this much in this could pay and we can record this in like, I mean, it was great. It's all been early conversations. I think shapes like all of us early. I think like, you know, Pat, and I would spend hours at home just site talking about stuff, and then when I went onto or I'd call him, and we'd talk, and then I'm still calling you guys and having those same conversations, just yeah. On a different level now. So you so like going on tour for the first time that was you had made friends with with with with with Lawrence from Lydia just through local shows. Yes, I after I started booking. All those local shows I booked a few at a venue called neck beards, soda bar and started booking shows like once a month there and the. The owner of the venue, just like sold half the business you had a partner and he sold his half. Or he bought his partners half and took over the venue, and he basically needed somebody to run the booking. So that's when I started working out neck beards and basically worked for free for two and a half years form just running every single show finding talent online doing everything. And then like even like shows, I would lose on I would have to pay it. But shows out make money on. I would give him because I needed to make sure that he could pay his rent. So was like kind of like looking back on it. Now like, very very like silly business. You know, just like not not looking at it myself, but trying to shows like there is a certain like being naive and just like. Being willing to do whatever. It takes to make it happen is like how you learned. Yeah. Totally. I mean, I I would if if if if you would have only been concerned about making money at first you wouldn't have gotten opportunities for sure did. Yeah. I mean, I think like I think the biggest thing I ever did was worked for free for. I mean for you guys early on for other bands for promoting of just like just want to be there. Then figure out a way on the side to make money to get by or whatever or have my obviously parents supporting me when I was in high school and whatnot early college years, but it was it was always kind of that philosophy of like just be involved in any way. I can. And then it was like meeting local promoters meeting bands. It was just like just being there to help them out. And that's all I was doing. I was never asking for anything in return. It was just like literally let me help out any way I can. And then I started like proving myself, and they knew. New opportunities kind of just started to come. You know? So then. Lydia needed emerge person? Lydia needed emerging I in for two warped tour. John did like the first week of it. And I did like the second week that they were on it. So they were on there for a couple of weeks, and John and I split it in half. It's crazy. So went on the road with them and was just emerged guy. And then they did another tour directly after that that I like was the tour manager on learning that role and then was on the road with them for like, maybe a month. And then this providence. It was a band. I brought through Phoenix early on. And kind of did the same thing as cartel. I got a crash at our buddy cheese house. I gave them a ton of money for a show like all that stuff kind of Ford cartels the same thing. So they just knew me they saw that. I was on the road and asked me to come out in to manage them. And that like I too was paramour Keita's William for hit the lights this providence. And that was like my I look at like what actual big were. Well, I was on a bus on it. You know, all of that stuff. It's like sandy was lying side of Paramore was like kind of exploding at the time. So it was kind of this weird in between the tour was the venues airplane weren't big enough for how big they had gotten by the end of the tour. Yup. And soon as like a crazy thing to see. Yeah. Even like coming home from that that tour I remember having a conversation with Ann Arbor. And they're like, oh, you're like a real manager. Now. That's I I mean, I remember you coming back from that too. And it was like well Tim's like on a whole like that was like your college. Like, he was like you came back and learn so much or felt like like, you had some sort of grass how to do it totally. And it was like and then because that's right about the time. We started it was like the started. Yeah. I remember you coming back in here, and like the first two songs in nearly those aren't very good. Yeah. No. I think I learned a lot like I was asking Paramore's to your manager every single day. Like, hey, what can I be doing better? Can I help you out with anything like totally just trying to like take any of it in that? I could gain that knowledge. And I also think I did a good job like pretending as much as possible. Like, I saw other people the two were had a tour book. So I had to go make my own when in reality. It was just like all the information air, but like I wanted to go in there, and like do it all myself like make the band feel like, you know, everything was taken care of I made day sheets. Even though they're already datasheets out like everything was just like done on the same level, but ops out same level. But like attempting to be like, what Paramore's tour manager was, you know, totally I think I learned a lot through that experience. And even just like getting out of Phoenix for the first time on my own right outta high school, you know, and and then I feel like you kind of took the. Raw of like being a tour manager. And then you have these opportunities where you're like on emails with manager s J C, drums or people from there. The this guy manager at the tonight doing their their media from the record label or whatever. And then so you're pretty much day to day or you're like being their day-to-day manager just kind of because you're they're totally. And then you like took advantage of the opportunity. Yup. Many Johnny Minardi from feel by Rahman. And I was in contact with him every single day their agent at the time I was like in contact with him every single day. So I think I was like playing that role, but not realizing it at all I would just try and help the band out. And they were asking for advice doing all this stuff. And I was just like throwing out as many creative ideas that I could in the funny thing is you pretending to know what you're doing. These people are accepting that you know, what you're doing in there like has they're just pretending everyone's pretending, and and there you go. You're you're on equal playing field is now, and it wasn't just like fig it till you make it was more like. You're actually like I was like giving off this confidence that I knew what I was doing. But I also like making sure that I was like, Nah, I wasn't doing anything that was like fucking somebody over because I didn't do it. It was just like what I did know or what I thought from seeing other bands. Like, that's the stuff that I would like give that advice out. Yeah. It wasn't ever like anything with money or cost of merchandise. And like all that stuff that I was still learning at the time like it was really focusing on just like, you know, having the same advice. I gave you guys like having Dan from this providence go to the merge table after the show like seeing the merge sales. Go up be selling Mirtchev. Your idea was that he would just do that. No, I told him to 'cause he has you guys were doing that before I was on tour yet. We we were doing we would are like game plan to do our first tour be for the man to Obama's like, I we're to. Divide up, and we're going to have every person the band's going to going to message one hundred people a day. You know, what we're going to break up every every city and like become. Friends with them on on my space, and then they would come to show. And then we were going to be hanging out the merge table all night. We're doing the same thing we were doing. We remember that first show that tour were it was like people would like giving me kisses for for tips. Like. You're like fifteen like we were just like knew that like if you cared. And if you showed people that you cared that then they would be more invested in your music. Totally excellent. It wasn't like message people to come out to the show. Conversation. It was. Yeah. It was. Half to do this. Yeah. And I made a threat if you hit the number we're not going to get the tour. I lied to you entirely. Like, I think I even said like the other band needs us to be worth x amount of tickets in each market, otherwise we're not going to get it. Yeah. Which is kind of true. You know? And like, we just totally I mean, I think a especially being Garrett. We're kind of I think that was then what happened in that band? Is that like me and Garrett wanted to put in that type of work and to take it that's like seriously and everybody else in the band at the time thought that we were like crazy crazy and kind of just like kind of overdoing it, and like they won't they just they just want want it to be more fun. I guess and for us. It was like well that that is fun though. Like see people in vested in what in what you're doing well in his paid off. Because as soon as we started the main it was like it was like a bomb went off. It was because it was like we just I remember switching everything over. It was all these people that were kind of like, no fans of our old band. Yeah. And then we just sliced. James, the bandage, and they're like, wait, why my friends with this? And they listen to saw I was like fuck, I really like this. Oh, huge part of like your early success. I mean, it happened really quick. And I think it's because of the hours you guys put into that initial band way easier. You had probably seven thousand ten ten thousand friends on on my space, and then and then and then you come out the band that has better song they look better and everything's everything's done better. It's like, oh, this is cool. Yeah. I mean, that's totally what we put in the hours beforehand. And then as soon as it started we went. Wow, this worked put in five times as much into it. And then it was people gave like instantly people cared. What think like new like what worked the first time? Yeah. Even like the image. The obviously the songs the communicating with fans the shows we were going to be playing show trades with. You guys did this show trades with the cab. Like all that stuff was like kinda thought out very early. And it wasn't like we were starting in trying to figure out how to operate. It was like continuing from everything learn from the previous band, totally you feel like you could tell instantly that like, oh, this was going to be like. Something. Yeah. Yeah. I think when though I think it was when I heard the love juice songs that like that. Yeah. Yeah. Because you guys we're writing before then and you had the NFL. At the end of the one of the start of the piano because I mean, it was going to become like a cope Copeland. Yeah. We're gonna sound like Copland and ivory. And like that was going to be it. And I remember the panic panic DVD was just came out. And that's when we started having those conversations about like making something for a younger fan base and more Deatrich immortal unique. Yeah. And like really making have like a specific like look like every everything fit together. And we kind of did that for like we did it for two shows. And then after that, we're like we need to change everything up. We need to make it feel more like Mike new and fresh, and it was like I mean, it all started with like what about we wear Nikes like well that is I remember that call right colored Nikes, and we're like and like literally like, but it was John extensive because John loves. Hip hop. And he was laying. I mean, I remember me and you sitting in your room and was a saying like I was like the like the teak is we had we had built these these Mike like old TV's put on stage. And I was like they're just too heavy to bring up like we were trying to have promotion of a ban like. Link show five hundred cap route like we couldn't have done this for years later. So we're trying to do it at our first show in mid tickled longtime for you guys to get set up your first show. Yeah. Yeah. No, we Ueli. I remember for song or two was like the setup was twenty five thirty minutes. It was so bad, John. And then John just faced Pat time. Yeah. The Nike thing. What were you saying? I remember like sitting in your room and being like, we can't do that. I was like. Yeah. Like what if what if it's like hip hop on? What if it's like a ban? But then like we kinda like look hip hop. I it was like literally that was as much as we thought it will. I remember being. I mean, obviously that was like was that website like bam worked for. In Boston kids. Fuck. It was like a street fair. And it was like so big and we'd just loved all the clothes. And like, yeah. But honestly, I think that's why Ryan ended up quitting with a look of it. Because of that, really. I think he was I think so I don't I think it got too serious. Yeah. I think he was uncomfortable with the with the change in. And then it was too. I mean, I think that has to do with it because right when those conversations were happening is like he's stopped kinda showing up to practice on time. And like he was just like, I don't I don't think we're we're starting to get like an actual response from labels, actually. It was JR Adams label. That he had his brother was an are there that he actually reached out? I remember, and it was like interested in the band because it was banned. And I remember sending in the Email like, oh, this is hip hop label. This is a good sales pitch to let them know that like means actually kind of going to be leaning more hip hop. Yeah. Yeah. Never got a reply. But he reached out. I think it was like that's not why I was trying to sign you guys. I like that song days. But I mean, you instantly had. We get multiple labels reaching out very early on. That was a four that even before the Brighton tour. It was fucking crazy. I mean before the first show, obviously. Yeah. Well, the first show there was a mortal came out, and it was like I remember going in. I mean, we talked about it on the podcast. But it was like it went from like. You're not you're just a local ban to like holy shit. This things like go. How long you think it took for you to like realize because he was I mean, obviously like an Arbor was bigger than us. We first started this providence you were like not managing, but you were still like helping them. And like they were getting big tours like when did you? And it kind of always felt in the beginning. Like, we were kind of the back seat because like how many fans, and then all of a sudden it was like kind of undeniable that they were going to be the one that did it a thing. I liked the pop side of it more than when you guys are doing like the heavier stuff. Like, I remember live like, you guys are my favorite live band ever. Like the show. You guys sit at the hub box kids that was like that was eight hundred people at a CD release show. And that was like. Unreal. But like from like music, and like seeing where it could go number like, I think obviously early on like listening to like, you know, starting line and new found glory, and like more of like the pop punk side of things I think like troop one to one and this providence, we're kind of more like in that category. Where I felt like I could see like I kind of ROY Moore, and you see the future in it. Yeah. I think when you became the seasons company, and then was like feeling even more of it. And then I think when John, you know, actually joined the band, I think that was like the moment of like, you have a singer that could actually do this. And that was like a big turning point. And then I think like that February like the couple of weeks after when the band formed was like this is actually real we need to like this is going to be a career. We're going to go for it. Yeah. I know it was like. It all kinda just like happened so fast that we couldn't even really think about it. I mean. All the sudden we were like as big as the bands that we were looking up to or Italy or or beggar, and we didn't even realize it when you guys were bigger than Brandon on that entire to or from I two or. Yeah. Yeah. And they were like our favorite band ever? And that was like, wow, this is happening. And I think like I mean, my space was such a massive role in like fans, adding the songs, I think it spreads so quick. And do you think like? What what made it? So we never got complacent. And like always we're trying. I mean, I think that's the biggest thing that we've done is. We've just always. Done something new and always wanted to do like some type of innovative thing. And not just go through the the motions. It would have been really easy to just like get on a record label, and then just kind of. Do what everybody else did, you know? I mean, I think it's like something inside of us more. So than like, something we have to force like, even you know the day after the festival it was like, what can we do better already thinking about it? Like, I had the moment of like. Wow. That was awesome. Yeah. But it's all I'm already thinking about like, you know, we we need more food trucks. We need better hospitality for the fans we need like all these other things that could have been better. Yeah. And maybe ninety percent of the fan based in it even have an issue with anything. But it's like how can we make it better? It's like it's like even posting the new song because that just happened. It's like you read all the all happy comments. And you're like, okay. And then you get down. You're like there's like this. Always sticks with your like, you could read one hundred comedy say. And then the one that's like full can Bomer. Al none of that negative stuff. Ever gets to me ever. I mind with that. That I think it's more like how do you make cast in? I don't even remember that. It's there never I are strong people. So excited about them. Like like like right now, it's like my favorite time. Is it feels like the momentum is like going up like like? Mike like roller coaster and as opposed to just being excited about that. I just wanna do more told it's just like going up. So I'm like, well, let's fuck it. Put more gas on it and make go more and more and more than I it's like we're in the fucking studio yesterday. We just got done with like the biggest thing we've ever done. We put a just announcing the record, and we're already in the studio doing more shit. It's like, but I think that's back to the point. I think it's just inside of us at this point, even something we have to force totally things like who we are as people, and I think like even seeing like the festival come together. I was talking to Brian about this. It's like it's so interesting that the group of friends we have and the people that we work with everybody has these like random unique skill sets. And then everybody comes together and big things can happen because of it like, I can't build this pop up shop til, but Kenny and Gable Justin spent so much time, and they did it really quick. And it was like flu. Flowing out of them. It wasn't like this force thing like crazy hours. I mean, they built a desk for me in the back in an hour. Yeah. It's not. And it's like, I think it's like we have a great group of people. But it's like all of us kind of have this fire us to do more. Always. Yeah. Which I think like part of me like I wish I had more of like stay like sit with like the feeling of the festival for a little bit longer. Don't always move onto the next thing. Yeah. It's it's. But that's I guess the. Back lash of way, we work. Yeah. But it sounds like even hand your comment about like the negative fan versus like all the positive the positive ones are like the ones that fuel me. Yeah. Yeah. I'm going gonna prove that person wrong. Yeah. I think at one point I made like when I was younger with the band like seeing other bands, get successful and stuff. It was like maybe I had a little bit of that. But I think part of me is completely gone. Like, all I care. Like, I don't mean look at this as a band or anything it's just like kind of just our life. And it's how do we make our life better? Totally and all the people that were connecting with all the time. Yeah. That's the real like fire behind it. Totally. It's now I mean, I think seeing. Like wanting to be more ingrained and the lives of the people that. And listen like to me like it's so exciting to see people walk in the pop up shop that have tattoos and they're hanging out with these friends, and they they have a better life because of what we're doing. So it's like how can we do more of that? You know? It's like it, really. Like there are times when it's like, yeah. How can our ban reach more people and be more popular. But like nine times out of ten. It's that's not even the thought the thought is like how can we make this community? Not bigger better told them the crazy thing is knowing. Knowing that that's all that we pretty much have been doing for the past six seven years. You know walking around the fast. I mean like, I literally knew everyone. It was like, oh, hey, there's Kelly. Hey it Steph. It's like there's all these people that I'm like, I see all the time. And it's so it's like, oh my God. I literally no like all of these people. And that's what I noticed in the like in the picture when we're doing the pictures. I was like the groups were like, oh, hey, there's that group that always wears like matching shit in like what you guys look is like it's just so crazy totally. It's like, I don't know. Yeah. But I feel like that's like like any other band have that where they literally no everyone. I mean, be hard to go. I was thinking about it. Like, I don't there's very few people on this planet that have met as many people that you guys have mean thousands and thousands of people you have met like it's insane. Yeah. I was like thinking about like. You know, obviously, some people have issues with like a main greed and not having like just a single photo or whatever it is. Obviously, a majority of them are understanding, but it's like. I even myself like sitting there meeting two thousand people and then having to do it again the next day like that's exhausting, but like for a person, but like. You guys. Care about it so much that it doesn't come across that way whatsoever. You know, and I think just an average person or even anybody even at the show. Hey, I'm gonna introduce you to two thousand people real quick and just see their energy level shift because it's like one person after another in like to watch you guys for twelve years. Go actually look at somebody and one have a conversation with them wish you could like sit with each of them individually for a longer period of time like obvious. You guys would do it in a second. It's just not even possible at this point, you know, early on you guys would sit in a circle with four or five people and talk for an hour, and that's on. And do we have some of our best friends that we've known for twelve like Marissa totally Merson went to a show, and she's one of our like, really great friends. Now. It's crazy. It's yeah. I think it's I think it's really special, and then it goes back to like the point. I was even saying when I would like give you know cartel a bunch of money. I didn't even have it. I think that us giving back to everybody is like so it's like built into everything we don't look at prophets in the same way that another band would like a lot of people are like, oh, we need to make X amount of dollars to go play the city. But we're thinking like, oh, no, there's a lot of fans that wanna see us there, and we're going to lose a little bit of money on. But but we haven't been there in awhile. So we need to do it. Totally. Yeah. I think that's like I can't tell you. How many times I've heard that from you hit? We haven't been to Pensacola in like what however many years, and then we'd go and it was like one of the best shows on that tour. It was like so. So. It's hard. It's hard. I guess I'm now in the point like kind of wanting to find like some more like tangible things for people that want to be in in the music industry. I think are a lot of fans a lot of people listening to this are want to do something on their own not just work for a company or something. You know, the hard part about some of the stuff that we're talking about is that it's hard to really teach. It's kind of a natural thing that we have, you know. And then obviously, then there's a part of it that you can. I think the the biggest takeaway from all of it. So far is just that you know, you were willing to do whatever you put yourself in the right positions. And we're good person. And. Had somewhat of a natural ability to think of good ideas, and to be helpful. You know, is there do you think there's a trait that can be taught that helps that helps it helps you get to where you are. I think I think all of you guys have it. But it's like being really curious about it. You know, like diving deep into that not just like, oh, how does a show happen? You know, it's like, oh, you go to a concert and bands play and they set up their gear. But like. A lot of people may think that way or not even be curious about how it show works. But early on. I remember you guys just standing side stage if you were at the shows or bigger show and looking at how it operates, and you guys learning about India rigs, and you know, even just little things like that. Denver over the years was just you guys watching other people do it curious. And then having the belief that you could figure it out. And I think like. I mean, we've done a lot of crazy big ideas. And I think it's like just believing that there's a way to pull it off. And that was early on like, oh, I believe I can book show. So I'm gonna go and do it and totally could have been wrong and never taken the chance. But I think I always like lean towards like the big crazy idea than over the last whatever fifteen sixteen years that I've been trying to do something related to music was like one up and get every time. Like, all right. We accomplish that. Now, it's a little bit bigger. This is more possible. Let's try that like the last record. This was a really cool campaign. What's do a bigger one like always trying to make like raise the challenge of it? I think if we if you guys became the band that like just coasted and did the same thing every single time. Like, I don't think I would have the passion that I have. Yeah. It's I think fans can like go in there and be curious. And then believe in themselves that they can figure out a way to do it. I think anybody could it's it's like I was thinking about it earlier. It's like. People figure it's not like people just have these gifts. It's people literally just took time to figure out how to do that specific thing. And if if you care about it enough, you do that. It's just. Yeah. Think that's how life goes. Yeah. Interest getting out of the way of yourself. I've think I've learned in the last maybe year. Yeah. Is like not forcing something so much like door that were sitting in. It's like I was reaching out to every single place to try to find us to have a pop up shop for three days, and then an opportunity came up for us to be here for a year. And we took it and it worked, and it's like that was forced I could've forced something else. And it would not have been a special. What's I get out of the way for a second? And trust that we'd find a solution. It it kind of came. And I think a lot of the stuff we do. It's like an idea fails or we get the label doesn't like your record. It's like not convincing them to like record. It's like what's find a solution to do something else in that like kinda came to us? We weren't like point a career where we're trying to be an independent band. It just kind of happened. And we just went with it rather than. Got in the way and try to find another label or get find somebody that really gets it. It's like we got it. That's all that mattered was go. Yeah. Totally. I mean, you say it all the time. It's like I feel like a lot of people in this business get so. Broken down by like just the tiniest little shit. And it's like. It's sometimes it's just a shirt design. You know like that can it. Some people were like let it happen for months and months, and it's like what the fuck are you doing just get out of your way in let it happen. Big things are important toes. Longs are important to our important, but just little things like so many people get in the way of just little things and let it ruin everything. Yeah. But even within the ban. That's like we have our moments of like, the the initial artwork phase of your guys as band is the worst of any of your albums. It's like so much back and forth. No one knows what they want. Yeah. And then it kind of all just come together on it. Just just find the happens. And then it's Purtill it happens because has just just the deadline of the deadline gets there, and we just have to. But that's like, our I think our biggest strength is like being able to be backed against the corner with like little time and little money. And then we come up with something epic. You know, and I think if I gave. Guys a year to pick an album cover. You would take up the entire year. Oh, yeah. No. You'll be talking about that. We talked about making the record. It's like you use the time that you're given like if we would have had if he would have had two years to make the album, we would've taken two years to make the album. We didn't we had a month. And yeah. And I guess this is a little different than what we've done on here before it's not as conversational, Bob. I'm just curious how this is some people never hear like an I I'm just curious. Do you have a favorite moment from the band? Throughout the twelve twelve years of show tour album released so. Like one thing. I mean, obviously there's being really in. But one thing that like always is out. To be honest. I've been I've been thinking about that a lot because it's like there were a lot of big big moments that I feel like I. Did not even like the festival. It's like you're not I didn't let it sink in. Yes. There was like moving onto the next thing. And I feel like in the last like two years, I've kind of shifted my energy in a way of like not. Have I trying to appreciate just the moment way. More. It's like it's like that. Balance of I being super contented happy in the moment. But also like having a bigger vision for the future, and like finding that between spot then just like living on one side or the other. I think like my biggest regret with the band would be all like I'd say the first nine years not like understanding in like sitting with it, and like appreciating it appreciating everybody that's helped out like in the way that I should have. It was always just like go go. Go figure it out. I think a lot of it has to do with like taking over the whatever label side, adding all these more roles on all this pressure around it that back in the way of experiencing like real powerful moments that should have been like this huge impact. But it's not I don't appreciate it like the Brazil going to Brazil and seeing you guys play in front of that many people that was like unreal. But it's like, I don't think it's a moment. I think it's like us is the part that is the moment. Yeah. All of us. The fact that. I got to work with my best friend's my brother crew guys that are like our brothers. That's the moment. I like cherish more than anything like that. That's something. I wouldn't change for anything. I have I have a favorite moment. What's that? It was in El Paso, and we just got done with pioneer. And we've shown it to you. And we're playing identify in you turn around. And I'll never forget it. And you're just like the smut this smile was like unreal. I have children. I think just because it was so because it was like holy shit. We just did the craziest thing ever and you turn around. And you're like, I'm with you. And that was like, okay, we can do this. Because I knew what we were doing was like not like anyone else would have been like the fucker you doing what are you doing and you turn around? And you're like, I'm with you. And that was like in. I'll never forget it. That was perfect. I think those are my favorite moments like sitting in here in here in the album. I mean pioneer love alone. The American candy forever. Halloween was a little different. Not because I didn't like it. But the environment. It was weird. We went to a separate studio. Brennan Benson's managers there. They brought another people mean position me where it's like everybody's watching on me like get the response. And it was just like any even like the mix in everything of it. I think once like Colby put his hands on that record. If it was like, I really liked this, right? Yeah. But I I was like nervous like is the ban going to exist in a year. Well, that's what I was totally confident until we walked to the car number like we have a lot of work to do. And I was like oh fuck maybe we won't be abandoned a year. At least we were all thinking in the same thing. I'll take you are okay off off one more one more hearing at the festival that was I had like just my chills down my entire body. He was pretty up that was like. Wow. That was like an unreal moment. Like four days before the song came out. And it sounds louder than everything else. Like it was such like a like this big warm hug from everybody of like this is going to make a really good year massive year. It felt like kinda that same when you turn around like five thousand people were like, we're with you. And it was like. And it was like cool and those us on that took a second. When Pat I played it for me, and my car, I was like this is this is different. And then I like listen to it like six seven eight more times. And it was like this is massive it took a second. And I think that was my fear of fans hearing it was like, I hope they give it a couple spins before they say anything. I it is. It is one of the weird. I remember when we wrote when we were writing, and you're like, I don't know if I into this like, even you worse. So it was like the structure of it. It's funny. And then I and then like once we in the studio, I remember talking to you on the phone, and I was like you were asking me like what what's going to be a song that he put out like you have it. And I was like, well, we have a safe on. And then we have one that. I think maybe as it, but a little wild. So and then what's your favorite album bars? Be I'm we'll take your chaos list. Because can't can't have the patient recency bias to good record though. It's just showed over all the friends, and they were like. I never really show them stuff, and they were like fucking, and I was like. I felt good. Our booking engine said it's a by far our best hype. Up right now. So I can just say if that's my favorite record or not. No, no, whatever. Okay. Taking what's your what's your favorite? We'll do it again in a year. Besides your okay? I feel like I have more favorite songs than I do. I could just pick one album is being my favorite I than just so let's take a couple of songs. This is a weird one thing raining in is one of my favorite songs, really. That EP or I really liked that a lot that EP. Yeah. That's so weird. I don't know why I think it was like that was like, well, I also made that lyric video salad that song off your hours. No. I mean, I really liked that record. I think a lot of that has to do with like even just like the Kucic tour is one of my favorite tours. There was like a big moment around that felt like this is like a really mature band that can do a lot more than just what you know. I wanna I wanna make another. I think we should do another acoustic thing for sure talking about that about one and not originals not original thing. And another two of I think we I think we would it would wait better. We've we've never really done like a lot of the American candy are lovely lonely stuff in that fashion. Like, if you did not into I think we could do some really cool versions of those songs that we haven't done. Yeah. I think even just seeing you guys have to perform in a different way. Like that. I think like it was so fun. It isn't about Joe fun. Yeah. Even like, you just sitting there, you know, just on a stool just like just kind of focusing on your on yourself having. To like or even anybody John everybody having to like make the crowd energy, go to a certain level. Just totally on. Also just being able to sit down at a chair and watch you guys. I think there's something special about that too. Sometimes it's not a whiskey. Love it will only feel like was like. Record. I always like can continue to go back to. Still not like, obviously, it's not that old. But it's like I go back to it all the time. I think like the energy in the field around like. I think it was a really good time in the band's like just career. I think we've finally caught onto like, oh, we're entirely no one's touching this. It's just us like the confidence like around you guys like as writers and the confidence in myself of like, it was running it as like, you know, entirely without destroy anything was like felt like good to know that we could pull this off. And the record itself is amazing. It was definitely the most confident album for sure. And then I think pioneer I go back to it on Mike. Wow. This was like the game changing record for us yet. So crazy 'cause in my head. It's like such a it's like my favorite, I guess, but just not like the songs because I feel like the songs could have been stronger the experience just like the so us being like. Releasing whatever we were doing like like an actual like emotional release. Like, I think was. It's ticks with me. As like, totally the most important, maybe not my favorite, which is the most important. I think. Cool. Thanks for. We we've been trying to try and get you on the podcast for that. Was it a year? Now that was like an hour and a half, really our ten minutes. Oh, one on one of the longest ones who've done. I other other things you want to say. Yeah. A lot more. But well, that's what we'll do it again. Do do. Another one coal. Do you feel okay? Now. Good. I'm okay. Except yesterday. I posted on Instagram and called your album, your, okay? No, your are your are. Okay. You're are. Okay. Don't feel good about that. Okay. John Instagram message saying you are. Okay. I hope you're are. Okay. As well. Like. Oh, one more just I like I like these because I'm just curious. What's your favorite tour? We've done. Deniro's like, production wise, or just everything I guess not not like the marketing of it. I guess like favorite like show. I think Cousteau to for sure. Well, again with with a band with the band that was a bit. We all play. I mean that was. I mean that was a big shows also like the Tempe show, and then use that was really what made that one special. Because what was the one? Was that? Was the one that was like real trashy? On on that venue on that tour. I mean, there's a couple I know what was the one that was in. Oklahoma city. Maybe that's what I'm yeah. I think that one. It was just saying that was not the same five. Outside of that like vibe y modernist Alger the production on that was like my favorite. I think out of everything. Yeah. I think like Deion closed environment. That was created was unreal. Yeah. He looked nuts. It also. But I mean, obviously like the easy ones of like eighty one twenty three tour in the ones where we have friends on. We're just the the energy around the shows or just like backstage, everything it's just a good environment. I think that's fun. Because I mean, I just look at it like even a show day is like the feeling of hanging out back there, and everybody's really comfortable something when you're on a tour where they're they're supporting somebody or we have like some openers that you're not that close with just the vibe of the show feels different to me totally like less feels more like Kim feel like work, but not just like the day. Yes. Feel like work, which changes everything totally. You can go grab lunch with like the openers and go hang out with other people and like what? Not. It's like it's just a really good feeling, and it feels like more vacation than I'm at work right now. Yeah. Totally. Twenty three twenty twenty one twenty two. I saw that we. Yeah, we nounce that yesterday. I love it. Let's do it. Except we have to do August. I twenty twenty three. August first. Two three. You can't do that in Phoenix. So we've got to do it somewhere else. We could do crews that would be sick due to a cruise for eighty one twenty three day. Yeah. That's all. She do should do it. All right. You guys here here actually eight you know, what you'll in twenty three. Let us know what you want. We'll do July twenty nine through August third one of the big day being. Yeah. August first. I can't wait cool. I. Dot com slash crews to get your tickets. The thing is like our definitely we're gonna have to. We're going to do it. Like what hundred visa literally we're having heard this yet. We've never talked about it. We just decided we literally hear it here. Now talked about that we've heard crews, but yeah, but the date. Yeah. Yeah. It'll be awesome. And we we definitely need to do. Another a urine Twenty-three tour Gipp some point QC tour. Maybe we do it since we'll skip since for. And then we'll do a side episode of just talking about random stuff. Okay. Yeah. I like that don't end it right here you edited out, okay?
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Sleaze seen and that plays closed, and there were actually people. Posting tributes about it. A lot of good memories there. What's the what's the latest in the Albany? Sleaze seen well missing dot net. Our cherished loving Mezin net the place, we all have come to adore this closing because the Hilton across the street, and the people were very concerned that a certain element guys who get blow get blow jobs mother guys and behind their wives backs. Whatever will be polluting, the the view the great view from the cheap rooms facing the who's extreme bridge. I know we've talked about this on the podcast of four. But if you've just joined us like if you're one of those people at join when we were on Spotify. Net is a porn store that is actually under a bridge. And it's not a euphemism legitimately under an overpass. It is the shadiest looking place on earth. It looks like it looks like a scene of repo man, never secrets you can walk down. You can be bold. Like I am walk down the front stairs. That faces the street where you can walk down. The secret stairs. And then that secret stairs ones night. What's night? Takes takes hold our night to have a curse. Yeah. What's night takes hold? There are men hanging out in that staircase waiting for you, offering their bodies or parts of their bodies to yours. This is despite the Hilton being there this. I mean, no one in this part of town is doing anything good for each other. After after nightfall Slyke now is actually just the music from Vania to like the. Do you know shit going on your bed? But the best part about that neighborhood was that they put up like the Albany version of city bikes, the CD PHP health insurance bikes, and they all got stolen. And you can see little children writing their brand new bike that dad brought home which happens to be a spray painted Citi bike great, I think that I my my heart was warmed. When I saw that. I'm like, oh, it's still try. Nice. Not quite ready for cool things yet. No, definitely definitely not. Then the CBS people are busting on the bikes because you. Yes. The castle castle play the castle, then and music louder. So I can go into a blowjob scenario. Ladder. Walking down the haunted staircase. See? Goggles guy with goggles nylon windbreaker. Asking me if you can help me out with anything. Oh. Episode. Oh my God Halloween happened. You know, what I have something to say that might be considered a hot take? I don't think it's going to be. How does he think? Go for it. I fucking hate Holloway. Halloween. All right hollowing is the worst in people has always been my favorite holiday ever since. I was a kid. I've always fucking I've always leaned towards Macab shit. It's right around my birthday. You know, like I love Halloween. It was a little fat. Kids candy all that shin. Loved halloween. Love it still love watching horror movies and hanging out. Since the advent of social media, I cannot open my phone during the week of Halloween or I just get tired immediately. It just to see footage of people at Halloween parties grown adults dress. Like Dracula like, my guy, I fall asleep. I keep cracking my phone because I fall asleep and falls onto my hand. Kisa? Address just drew because we're we're nearing or passporting watch dress up as I can't even I can't even pantomine having. I'll ago. And you will as a beheaded councilman. I think it was jihadi John and you go as as the reporter fuck fell afoul of had to had to pledge your life to ISIS on videotape for being fully. Oh my God. James full. We actually, you know, in retrospect, we should have gotten into Halloween. If you're and just gone is Johnny John and James. I should've stuck around a couple more days. We've to one is truly tasteless jihadi John James Foley. Awesome. I was walking in Iraq one day. Full men too. Slushing throat. We thought it was cool until. They said I'm going to kill me. Then it didn't rule. I'll never be able to hear. Again. Now, let's not make come on. We're going to hell. Sued consider a sued whatever, you know, what? The you know, what he couldn't stand the heat? But he stayed in the kitchen that is is the only they didn't do it. Right. We did the wrong thing. The thing is you don't go to a war zone. Like, we had a call it. What it is. You don't also listen a war zone. You don't listen to words for sure. But if in the choice between listening to wars and going to a war zone. I'll listen a war zone. I will listen to the the sound of revenue soon. Speaking of warzone, guess who died. Oh, man. Tell me Todd. His name's Todd youth use for in all honesty. We both found that out at the same time while we went out back steak house. List week this. We had a really really good time together. I'm not talking about the. We're at the point in our lives where we in the longer athletic sex. We have meaningful sex gazing into each other's is a lot of gazing a lot of instruction. Mike. I like that. Yeah. That's that's too much. No way. Sensitive. Okay. Okay. Okay. Not yet. Not yet. Not yet. Not yet who actually said not yet not yet at one point sexual past month or so. Not yet had that go great because of them. Still hasn't happened. I said not yet still have still have capped out. Yeah. Tell you was a guy. I guess it was I mean, you know, whatever. Yeah. You played a lot of bands and people I've been, but it was definitely like international Google Todd Youth Day 'cause not. Posing hard pretending. They knew who he was like, oh using Dan's cool. And he did not have to Google him. And was not checking them out with Harley Flanagan who. Really? Win hard at unlike directly after this do took a giant shit on them big time, which was kind of funny. I mean, we should really do like instead of Ryan van wick, I should do like a will actually know what am I saying? I wish people like Ryan van wick new Todd youth was because then they could do a really awesome. Like all right P in and said thing is that a wait a minute. He did know who we will what? Anybody which I'm sure a lot of new. For anybody who doesn't know who he is. He was Qatar player from three different bands. He played in the band dancing or zone and Murphy's law. I'm not sure what Bain was. But that's when he played for all three of them car players. He doesn't say anything. Forty seven. He was forty seven years old. And then he died. Of course. On my Twitter page on my aunt. Of course, people would see that since that. I haven't followed by. 'cause forty seven years old coming young. And he's not the he's not the only Qatar player to have died this week. Stay the one being Ali Herbert from. The other band. Hell the remains must be conspiracy. Taking guitarist that they're left and right. Tony go hard here again. No just just went to another car. I. Another verse. Don't tell which Ryan Ben wick is him on Twitter. I guess I click on each of these find the right one. Well, I love the guys like those raging raider really went off the rails. And I I don't really like what he says they more I looked when he was into it for minute. I was when he was like come on. It was like he was like mildly like very misguided. You know, like, a mild, nationalist. Now is insane. Gotta has an audience a forty people. Now, people started following him probably via listeners these like we're going to talk about this all the time. And then I also gotta talk about ducks, very strange. Yeah. Every every video I watch him. It's always the ducks shit. I never see him. Like, I I never he see him calling on a Coon, you know, which seems to be like his thing. It would be his his chosen word. Yeah. It'll be something. That's like bizarrely throwback even for a fucking like a weird backwards. Trucker. Why? Good. Yeah. But so I'm less love that Ryan wick knew we was let's nice. So recipes toddy at least got a major celebrity like Rodman worked to come out of the woods yet. You got a you got to be pushed at the big push the end a lot of maybe some record sales. You know that kind of thing, you know. I can't say that I like wars on at all. Mm effect. I thought pretty crummy is pre crummy was exactly the word for word for that. Kind of hard is crummy like crummy, I them or zone. Bold youth today this very crummy. I didn't like warzone, but I really didn't like Murphy's law. No. 'cause they kept a going real still playing that. Dude is ready to die diabetic. And he's shoes. Magin that right. Like, you're playing very depressing, and you probably get fifty bucks each. The per diem. And that's like they're like little do. You know, there's no big sack of gold at the end of the tour that you've been on for three months. It's like. I feel like once a year they get some sort of festival pay out that makes it all worth while. But it's like probably probably equals out a thousand dollars a person a year. You know, something where you're just like oh condition on a lot of old bend dudes hook up with like a woman who has a pretty good job with the state. Or like, oh, yeah. That's kind of that's exactly with Harley planning. And did he just married a rich woman, and he just hangs out and like swims all day and then gets on Twitter next like insane. And apparently stamps people I'd maybe that was voting, but that's his thing. That's exactly what I like the one of the. There are many Albany moments that I find good we spent some time in all they left about our time nominee briefly, but he hung out for a couple of days, and then went out back steak house and did a bunch of fun stuff. We'll talk about that a minute. But there aren't too many things that I find truly funny or inspiring about Albany. But the fact that somebody made Harley Flanagan hold up a Bush did nine eleven. Took a picture of it. This was pre Twitter pre Instagram, sadly. But there was a funny photo for my space nonetheless, and that's really good. I wish we could find that Bush did nine eleven he's like, yeah. He went on stage with a American flag top hat kind of Apollo creed. I remember that as well. And I think you were working that show Andrew probably I did a few fucking. I did a few Harley events weaking of doing sound. I did sound last night. And guess what? I can you think of the worst? Now, I really wanted to dig deep into the booth us spent some time on the desk, we all know that I can only learn from you. Near time behind the desk. What is the worst possible scenario? You can think of as far as a live music and immersive live music event. I don't know. I don't get answered. This seems like it's a real wide quite I mean, I've done some. I've had the Mike typewriter before this is right. I had to Mike a chamber music group playing nothing. Video game is. For a geeky Halloween festival while three people showed up. And I had and the guy assume I soon as I shook his head and said, I'm your he's like, okay, I'm gonna need to fifty eight up front and fifty seven overhead. And if you could like, okay. Okay. Okay. And then I did just what he did what he said. And he couldn't hear thing and other anyone else. Like, I don't like Colin people like soy, you'll make me call. You soy like why do you make me do the thing? I don't like to do. Copy times it. Yeah. This that's just calms. That's like some prime fucking small sole bug, man. She railed there. Here's what happened is a person who frequents Goth night, then some of his friends showed up, and I was playing what I usually play in between like I have a very mild playlist on Spotify. That I display has got owner of only heart. It's got some Bill Fay. That's got some hall. It's a bunch of different like like mild stuff. Just because I don't like loud, then loud loud music than loud. Just as like, you know, just like, and he's like could, you know, grabbed off a few bands like bands I had never heard of before and that weren't on Spotify. He's a coup. He's a Cudi of YouTube. I'm like, I'm not using my fucking. I'm not using my data for you. Thanks, even if it is unlimited. I don't care. And it was like clan of Zaim mocks came up. And I was like I'll play clan is. I'm all night. But then I just kept playing design marks. Like just Quintas I'm radio and some really bad songs came up and the best part was this really bad. And they brought the saddest part couple said parts satisfy was that they had a big they brought a big been full of Halloween decorations, and they're going gonna set it up and everyone was going to decorate the bar together. But no one showed up so they just handed out candy instead. In the little orange balls. And they asked the bartender who is working to dim the lights, and she said, no. Like that. So I did my best to make creepy. For the people. And then he kept he had like this like. Keyboard that I can like, you know, keyboard really really cheap like the cheapest keyboard with like a like an eighth inch out. You can get. Oh, yeah. But he everything sounds like you just walked into like the Hilton navy one. That's very vulgar. I'm just picturing the one little lap Casio. Everyone had in the eighties. You just hit the button. It's like the boss Nova demo just plays over and over again. Oh, you mean, you mean this one? Here. My favorite one. Stupid. Schill? The show that never ends or begin. Sedan for native intense gaming music. Playing. Fien when guile flies to China. How many years Albany? The buffs and Nova. How many years Albany? You're going to be doing it showing up the thing full of Halloween decorations and asking a decorate the bar how many years when you gonna knock it off when you get a real job. From. Asking myself the same question. I gotta myself a new job job. I haven't tire podcast where we just play the bump Dempsey how far around going. I can do it man. No. Because you know, what we're using then caster, and I'm gonna have to cut and paste shit, and it's really evident because there's music playing. So now, whatever new job unemployment unemployed drive is no longer unemployed drivers is over men. It's it's. It's. About it. Got awesome. I we've been all week you've been trying to tell me about this job. You know? I wish I told you then because I forget, I forget it. And I live it every day. It's just I took the first because I it was not looking good job front. I had applied. According to the state of New York, I applied to what? Joe jaw out of keep track. God damn I applied to jobs. I changed my resume every week. I wrote cover letters I sent mail ice. And thank you cards. I interviewed for jobs that I was over qualified for underqualified for perfect for nothing. Very lean very thin soup right now as far as jobs, go. Whom who Montella whom I telling I mean? Yeah. Saying all right. So I took the first thing offered to me. Which is a job doing invoicing at a toxic chemical plant. When they when I say toxic chemical plant. I mean drums of hazardous waste that I walked by every day on the way in on the way out they many, but they also manufacture weird cool stuff like bulletproof coatings. I'm reading awesome fucking on some of that stuff earlier. But kind of the best thing about the job is the fact that I work with five women who all resemble nineteen like early nineteen nineties Roseanne and some way. Which is the best. What is that? You're working at you need a medical. What I'm doing? And the best part about it is the woman reasonable Roseanne and some way to the point where I was sitting. I worked with the woman. Picturing 'cause we're Vince hair changed bunch during the during the the series. I'm just picturing different Roseanne all sitting around poodle. We have straight black. We have faced are we have Perm. We have like having changed my hair in twenty years. All right there. And but they are by far. The toughest weirdest people. I've ever worked with my life. They get so worked up over everything. Like everything. We ever. Tenders in input everybody. Stop whatever. They're doing the value on Email fucking guy. Like, they swear like truckers. That's so awesome. But the best thing ever, right? The best part was I work say, I always end up working with somebody who to like like when I worked at the association of towns I worked with Cheryl, right? I. I looked Google tear. She has a Facebook now. So I'm pictures very strange her boyfriend died, which is also various I remember most about him is she complained getting not Rapids feet Saran wrap. I just remember her complaining one time because she asked him what he wanted to do over the weekend. He's like I wanna get a burger. That was his answer. Simple men. Simple plans. That's like what do you want to do this whole weekend? Seventy two hours. I would like a burger at some point. I'm thinking burger, I'm thinking bread. No, maybe tomato. Tickles you do pickles on your burger. Though, most of the this is my shit like, I hate messy food. I know people love that when you bite into a burger on it, and like it's all of your face. I hate that shit. You look reptile wing the fun. I can't say retarded so stupid. Yes. We're going to double back get them. We will. That's rated Z top. Somehow. Let me write that down. Okay. I don't fuck around with like burgers that are like have. She had on them. If you give me a burger the shuttle, probably take parts of it off and a lot of times pickles of the first to go because they're slippery. They make the bun move around. Too much throws the whole thing off. But if you get a properly proportioned burger with pickle, I'll be very happy Z Z top do do capitalize. Both sees. I think so. It's actually said said. The top. What a great puck name. That the top high says the top and you're listening to the cod. I've always lose you. Listen to extreme punk radio hole that I can do that job of that. Hold on how you're listening to the top. And you're listening to all all the time. By this new podcast all time. We're in a new direction we to go with I one hundred we gotta launched into a new door. It wasn't a punk music. All the time since fucking terrible. What we do. Try new format every episode. Sticks. The MO just we we run through the gamut of every we run the gamut of every. That resign. If we're going to do that punk when I just wanna play I wanna go through and find all the punk songs that people like tap their foot to like. That's right. This was ugly. With the the fear song about how women don't stop talking that one throw that in the trouble. The mound star up. Yeah. That'd be great. If we're like. Yeah. You know, we really love. And then we only play the most offense punk songs. Like, what's the what's the geology song? God the head one song that was like really like super offensive about Faulk. I don't know. Yeah. I dig that one up. Oh, expose yourself to. So it'd be like, you know, expose yourself to kids g g Allen up here. Just let me. Just let me listen to some g g. Then we're just you know, he's really kind of consider him in the canon of like why or like maybe early gang of four as far as. Kind of Hong also with a really intelligent. It is it is very well thought out. Problem is. Threaten them with oral sex, as you know, you used to go to punk shows and everyone thought they were anarchists. And everyone thought they were like this fucking free. Thinker laid all like this fucking black sheep. He had the run ideas. Up until an actual free. Thinker showed up in which case everything shut the fuck down immediately. I love when a free bird walk into the room. And you're like holy fuck. Who's this guy in the fucking dead dog sewn to the side of his neck, and we're didn't even do that. Is this? Yeah. He's. As as I as I think you're with us. Yeah. When we saw the punk in the squad, Germany lean over throw up and then his dog walked up and. That's the that's like a free the best. Poor underfed dog was like awesome. Everybody's looking kissed until like an anarchist walks in the room. Yep. That's it. That's like everybody's got a plan until an honor because walks in the room. That's good. Like, Mike Tyson said everyone's gotta plan until an anarchist walks in the richer feeling away here in this just admit, your Catholic, deep down just admit that. That's the actual problem. If you're I don't I don't agree with that. It's because you're Catholic. That's why. Because you you you think you're not have like you think you're like I fucking. What are the kids think they are now fucking socialist or fuck in like? Catholic. That's all it is. You are actually just Jerry Falwell. You're you're the shit that I used to like in the nineties shit on. That's you man to gore Tipper Gore. That's it. You're like you pure does. You just want to you, really? Because you feel. Because you are you're a member of the moral. You wanna follow follow the moral code? I love moral code to something. Oh, that's great this Aera Christian. That's cute name for it. Just go to church in the fucking face. Right. Because that's the endgame endgame woke paradise is like the osmond's, but totally inoffensive totally white. That's totally I noticed on BuzzFeed today already. I didn't see on saw thing that was like BuzzFeed takes aim at like problematic issues in hip hop. And I'm like, I want to click on this NC most intense tiptoeing I've ever seen in my entire light. It's like there we go. Oh, yeah. Yeah. These are the same people that bump biggie at some bar Brooklyn. They're like. Like all his views on women were. I guess acceptable for his education level. No, no. Oh, racial. Yeah. It was I mean, he was right from bed stuy in a what what does that mean? By the way, you're getting paid twelve cents a word for this. So go long buckle up AAA today. Congrats yet Bhagat printed and have your good BuzzFeed, then of your articles up on a big screen and the show's who's doing the best there. Also is that real that real thing and Israel Gawker to new magin go the thing I wrote about how burgers rule is like is showing forty three million worldwide views mazing, there's Annette flicks. There's a TV show that's hosted by BuzzFeed or made by BuzzFeed and Gavin yourself to kids mostly was weirdly expose yourself the kids by BuzzFeed. God and me gab made it almost through one episode before my brain leaked out of my left ear. It's like losing my mind. I love when gab gets worn out shoes. Tired? Shit at that point. She was like really not feeling me like, really. Oh, man. Mess so stupid. Oh my God. If you're oh, you're under twenty five probably stupid stunning. When your fault, you know, on just remember the scene. Tired? Do you? Remember the seen goodfellas when his wife he woke up and his wife was holding vivid leads. Oh, for sure you keep you keep wearing Gabrielle with nonsense. She's going to want to shoot you a Cup. They want. We watched good villas not that long ago together. And she was real quiet during that scene like, oh, yeah. Formulating plans like me is a light sleeper. But thing if I. As I was talk. Did you out me for having cop killer bullets? No. Of course, did you know? I don't know what you're talking. I can have. I bought them legally in the in the great state of New York lane. What happen Andrew Andrew a gun nuts? True, fine, fine. Whatever it's fun and. As a little goof-. He bought cop killer bullets dick sporting, not a goofy legitimately wanted them. No. You got yourself on the happen to be there while I bought the cop killer bullets. It was so fun because I wanted to burn a candle and fill them with wax because that's what you're supposed to do with that synthetic thing where the wax used to go in the cop killers. It's all good. That's it. You don't have to cut them anymore. They're the bullets anymore. Correct. New next time you get pulled over by county sheriff who just doing his job just pulled over going thirteen over. I want you to blast legal bre should a slice them and Dyson. I'd find him hot and leave him wet feel like that'd be a situation where I just get into a friendly conversation about like fucking muzzle velocity with the Cobb. And like, all right. Have a good day, laying you see me interact with gun people. All we do shoot are in fucking sit around. And just talk about bullshit. We have a great time are cops. Really? That was terrible. Shots a terrible show. Have we have we come this surly gun? People are people have been giving gun little both. I think. I mean, I'm sure there are some fucking real gun like fucking falling down. Oh, yeah. Navy store guys who are cops. But I think the majority of guys are like, well, I got my business degree. I could go work for my dad or I could try to become a county shore. I can make forty grand a year to get shot at. Yeah. Watching these really like well produced LAPD like community outreach videos, which are basically like them saying like, they should they're like it's really weird because like they'll take on controversial police cases in Los Angeles. But the people the actors or like, so you see here the comp like it's like an instructional video on. How like how it went down? And it's always comes always comes out in favour. Of course. Of course, he'll never show the time they shot a kid eight times. Bill just show like a guy who like had enough and stabbed his wife, and then they shoot him because he's drunk, and then they'll be like notice they try to then they show like they go through the whole thing of what is a taser. What is being bag gun that whole thing? It's kind of something Google if your home doing nothing everyone go new tube. And just look at that. You wanna like maybe double back, you know, socially, fun. There was last week. I was at the the range and a cop came in to like us the lane not directly next to me. But like one lane between us and was doing shooting drills and shit. I you've gotta do a certain amount of range time or some shit. And I I was I'm not a great shot, but I was clearly out shooting. Film real safe right about. Copper. He kept shifting around and putting things further out and whatnot. So I I just did the thing where I put my target like I dunno fifty feet out and just did the real like 'cause if you're really really still and calm and centered and your stances, right? And you're like your eyes are focused the right way. You can you can really group really? Well, just takes a lot of concentration and and four thought so I just kept doing that. I kept like grouping quarters from fifty feet. And he he did like three targets downst-. I hope I hope need fucking making him. Look foolish was was part of it. Have you ever seen the TV show Atlanta? Glover? No, I was in the room once while got watched it and says, it's okay. It's an okay show. It's a little little on the nose for me. But there's one scene the sky Darius brings a dog silhouette to the shooting range and start shooting it and people freak out I've about so. Like, you can't shoot a dog. He's like, what do you mean? I get chased by dogs. Do it constantly excellent. Fucking awesome. So if you ever wanna watch it Lanta, go for it. That's all you need to watch. Is that saying you're good just Google Lanta dog targets seen? And then if you wanna keep going, that's fine. But if not you can listen to my story about work because we're going to double bag. This is all the circle this is where the circle comes starts to go back line the tiny little through line in this whole production. We're doing that. We're doubling back. The new format is redoing were starting to circle at thirty minutes. We start to circle backwards guys. What's up you? Listen to double back new podcast where we talk about some thirty minutes doubled. Go back and see if there's new info on it. So. Get a new job. Double back on that. What's new there? I can't we I'm this thinking like. Guys. Thanks, listen to double backs podcasts where we talk about something that we can talk about it again. Andrew has a goal. And we got a new I got a new job the other day. Tell you all about please. All right. Well, it's chemical factory and hazardous waste all around. And they also make things like have learned things like that. But the whole thing I love about the job is that I work with women who are all about fifty five years old, and they all resemble the various stages of Roseanne throughout her run as Roseanne to be clear, we're talking about Roseanne Barr famous comedian comedian dethroned for racist tweet. Do you remember didn't the audience remembers when Roseanne saying the national anthem? Oh my God. No, they don't and no one ever talked about that when she got and all that fucking trouble. And I can't I was gonna say I can't believe that wasn't brought up during that shit. I fucking love. I mean no-one brought up the fact that. When she like a war as a whole Wingcast reward a big nose and calm yourself knows in as a as a rubber Jewish people. What are the time? We're Ted Danson win black face to the the Emmys. Yeah. Now, that's the numbers that right, nobody. Megan Kelly remembers them go him famous hometown hero Meghan Kelly, the second famous famous person from Bethlehem New York number one being. Chris Porco, Chris Porco berko Roseanne Barr national anthem. It was Chris Porco? The Chris Polk was the murderer and Peter Porco was zombie. Father was these ambi- father who Chris thought he killed, but he actually went into there's a there's a word for the state. But I don't know what it was. But he Chris Peter Porco. It's called really needing to read the times by the fact that you're fucking pleading last the few lasts strokes of the of the artists few last gasps of Peter Porco, the man who lived his life as a clerk and the last three files he put away where getting a writing a check shaving pissing. I'd imagine doing outside locking himself out reading op Ed by fucking Alan JARA talk. And and we're out in peace five five on the ground dead from wounds. Our? Inflicted by his spoiled brat. Son who is driving back to Rochester. Probably with the the smiles big as Cheshire cat. The now. He's routes in jail. Goodwin's the bed trash but engine. I drove by the Porco house. We did it was Irie. I wanted to pull in the driveway. But some every time I've ever driven by that house. There's somebody driving toward me. Yeah. It's like. Don't disturb. I wanna knock doing homes. I just wanted to be like, hey, we're from we're from on solve mysteries. I know this mystery has been solved, but we're Mona's ru. And we're wanted choose some Biro outside is that. Okay. You should do a thing where you heavily implied that it's an Amityville horror situation where the person who's living there now is going to be spoken to by demons to do the same thing again. We never come out and say, you just imply I think we should I should we should who fucking owns that house now. Like who was like, yeah. I'll buy the Porco murder house. I was probably sold for two hundred ten thousand dollars the year after Dan will thing by kitty Porco. I had a friend a lady friend who I don't talk to anymore who briefly worked at not worked. But briefly did all shopping at that Hannaford, and she said the one time she walked in. And there was a stare because kiddy poor go was in there shopping before she went to hospice provider self. Trying to normal life with a face destroyed by an axe. Yeah. Throw strand not looking good. She also say the national anthem. You hit America. Unbelievably booed. This isn't a live game for those of you on this. Height of the delta. I four by the way. People like chess keys, finals speech, really. All the sudden just about that. Annot everyone killer, so bad. Very. I'll give them. Now, the fine people San Diego. Call for blood that night. Booing? I love those. Like speaking as somebody down in his heart believes, Andy Kaufman's going to show up one day. Like got you. I'm good. Yeah. It's. That means that. She convinced her agent or somebody that she could sing well enough that they were like, well, let's get her out at the height of her stardom in front of a crowd of eleven thousand people to sing the national anthem and then she'd fucking win their head held high. And did that I mean for awesome good on her say it's like God. Damn wow. Really good. So some of the comments. Remember when conservatives bashed black NFL players disrespecting the anthem, then prays Roseanne's comeback. Why don't we hate Roseanne to someone said dial whoa out as a black veteran? As a black veteran. I like to tell you go to hell, okay. We do. George Bush condemned it as disgraceful. I don't get. How so many conservatives are being taken in by the idea that her new shows conservative clearly a lib tarred with some fiscal conservative, economically innings, never mind. I'm not gonna read these. I'm not going to pollute the environment. These comments. Who the fuck cares who who is the person who's arguing in a YouTube comments section. I do it all the time. Wow. It's fucked up. Sounds surprise. I don't think I hold my life or like my time in that. I I actually get mad at myself how much time of my life. I waste doing like a little little things. I got really mad at myself playing redemption a few days ago with about how much time I would spend doing it who in the fuck thinks of their time on earth that they are arguing people in the YouTube comments. It's mad thing. It's wild send these people to war Star Wars these people there. This is what happens when I've said this in mixed company at shows. And I say this is what happens when you eliminate the draft and people uniform did not like that doesn't go over. Well, Jesus tude am I, you know, this is why when someone like gets really drunk, and like there was a beer bottle or like a really bad band on. I'm like, you know, this is what happens when eliminate the draft. People have drafted. Are out there doing nonsense, not not contributing to the world at all. Then the military to disciplined than how to kill or how to file papers, and Kansas, whatever. But at least you leave with like four grand and the GI Bill wouldn't go to college and incur more debt. But Andrew I have to I have to talk about my new job. Double back again. Doubling back guys. We're doubling back. Hey, listen. This feature listened to new podcast pockets, go double back. We're going to double that again real talk about my job. And so I got a new job. What's it like that? So I I, you know, I want a whole summer without having any work. And while it was tough. I applied to hundred jobs I interviewed for a lot of stuff didn't get anything. So the job fell in my lap. And I was like hell, yes. And so somewhat. What's what what's the job? I'll I work at a the office at a hazardous waste plant. And you know, they make some they have mostly barrels of hazardous ways around and they made a little bit of kevlar stuff like bands, pretty cool with the best part of the whole thing. Is that when I worked I go in there and leaves I work with all about fifty five. They remind me of like Roseanne different hairstyles. You know, all that's out of style. And the best part is one of them is named Connie actually didn't talk about this one of their. I we were double back. We're back. Now, we've rewound the video remember that place. He says Asiana town when I worked at Cheryl. Shell. Her boyfriend. Book. Playing double Bax. Double bag as a great. Watching entirely too much SETV. That was really like the spirit really really moved. You there? I do like a way I each time as more for the. Andrew pay calm. You aunt. Hey aunt. Thing. Listen to dare double back and forth time. No, I don't. I mean. I don't know. What is let the double Pekka. We're like we're hitting bone here. Okay, bone here. Okay. So I work with the woman in Connie. Who is very nice, and she's very talks about her grandson talks about her children. And but she has the mouth a trucker. And the best thing as good ever ever. She has a big Hala weaned mask that is full of candy, and it's like a bird good. Yeah. Phil candy, and she's like like Silva's yell sheila's yell something out, which I love she'll be like Holly shit. This kind is fucking awesome. Kinda lacquer Van Gogh. Hell, yeah. Connie she taught. She's she's teaching me these women are so torqued off about everything they have to do though I Faulkner Kreis you start another art. I'm going to fuck hit the roof. Stuff like that. And they're like, you're probably wanna quit don't, you know? I love it. I come from the nonprofit industry where everybody's so meek and stupid was going to say like this sounds this sounds like Greg and weird and fund. It's aggressive weird and fun. Exactly. Everybody is ready to fucking kill somebody. And it's so fun. 'cause I'm sitting there like I know I have no skin in this game. At all. I just sit there. I opened orders put orders in invoice orders. I leave. It's a total Tate. Check job. That's it. And they pay classic classic fashion. Pay me way too much to way too little perfect. The only thing is I have to drive twenty five miles twenty five minutes each way, whatever twenty fucking miles Jesus to twenty minutes to drive disconnected. I mean you and I both worked twenty five miles away in Chatham at sucked. Actually. And you know, what I was gonna say wasn't that bad. But it's a completely sucky thing. I wouldn't do that I ever though, so far God damn. That was a psych. We're just going to do it. Why did we do that? I don't know. It's weird. But it was a it was just like for the love of working there with nothing to show for it. In the end that will work for sale. It was wonderful. He was like I didn't I didn't work with. After I love, I think didn't you? Now. Sorry. Yeah. You should apologize. All holy. Fuck. Put out a call for questions. Sadly. Home, but we got some in anyway. All right. Do you want to some questions, and then do a couple of connections, then we can call it? All right. Yes. Did we on Halloween double back Holloway? I don't know we need to Andrew, you know. My I have a take for why not be so you'll hear. You know, I fucking Heyhoe. Please. Awful awful. I went during on Halloween. I went out. I'd go to the pharmacy. And I walked down the street, and there was all these kids out trick or treating and that's sick. That's super sick. That's great. This is awesome. Fucking cool holiday, and then I got on Instagram, and it was just like doing blood body shots. Okay. Oh, God, I'm tired like nothing. Nothing makes me more tired than your. It's at all fucking exhausting. Oppose Facebook today said Halloween is for children. That that Instagram feature. Whatever the fuck is reduced like just have to four second fucking thing with no warning. And no buffer zone can really putting a moon. It's like playing fucking roulette with your mood because men you get a bunch of shit in a row are sorry. If you're I mean unfair. What kids have something? All right Liao. You're taking up space you out there getting drunk on a Wednesday night. What the fuck? Ooh. Doing the monster. Mash Moser due to stand in a let kids have Halloween. And do their thing, and then have very high standards for them the other three hundred sixty four days of the year up. So that way, including they don't celebrate Halloween when thirty seven right you're dressing up. It's because they're giving out candy to kids were there. Also, how holding the high standards who are at their door, right? Asking politely Schnorr structure, children to feats of strength. I it's great idea to shower daily. To make their living space clean without asking. I'm saying what what's up with your kid? If doesn't shower daily. Well, you know what you do? We trying to raise a child. Has no like will like have that weird like four day like crease funk? Friend who's gonna play fucking chamber music. He's going to do the soundtrack to contra wave racing raising hell of a show. God last night. Double back will. Saga that? Wow. Jaber me. Got like bacon. Structural humor to a podcast with absolutely no planning involved. That's pretty all. Right. Pretty fucking great. Anyway. Make sure your kid maybe three squares day takes shower like a regular fuck in person. You're not raise you're not raising a rainbow right raising dog. You're not raising something cute. Like you. You have to from afar. It's a hands on thing. Treat them nicely. Don't raise your voice around your kids. And but before fair instruct to bathe him bay them and learn, by example, you show you parent. You also good point lead. By example. You know, hey, I think is clearly your parents didn't have high standards for you. Because of what you doing on Instagram when the little second five second thing, I see it. So you that means you have to create standards for yourself on hold yourself home. And that Faulk made that's all thing. You know? I mean, I think the last generation of people have standards for their children were like our grandparents. Hippies. And my parents really, my parents are like do whatever it is up in the back of a cop car, though, the. We're getting to the point where in the not too distant future. People are gonna look back at like nine hundred sixty eight and go. Oh, you know, this probably seemed like a good idea at the time. Some really selective pressure. Put on the whole system from here took couple decades to to work its way out. They're going to be like, oh with that kind of scene. Yeah. Helicopter out helicopter out. All right. Let's let's get into some questions him. I love double back will. I'm sorry. Okay ups, please vote. I mean, why do you assume I'm gonna vote for the person who I'm gonna vote for you to not care why vote free to vote. If Tim Kaine isn't running I'm voting. Everybody lives a lot of people out there. I think it's a masterful troll on the level of Roseanne Barr who national anthem the Hillary Clinton came out and said, I'm to be president. She did going to run again. And it's you it's such a troll. I love it. Big hillary. I know people hate me I'm gonna run anyway. She could run for fucking dogcatcher. But she's still going to do it the hubristic. She must hate her. Uber's to the person asking us to vote I'm going to do the opposite. Everyone listening to the sound of my voice if you're not impressed with a candidate or you don't like what they're about. You don't have to vote and no fucking man woman child, whatever on earth has the fucking right to make you feel away about it. I to issue voter. Issues are the freedom of speech and right to bear arms. Because everything else is fucking dependent on those two. That was the only two I care about everything else to me is negotiable. I like, I I yeah. Kids get stupid about like socialism and whatnot. I'd like to like bat them around, and that's fun. But I'm up for negotiation. Whatever those two the only things that's it. I got I got a book. My ass for prison reform too. But like, that's it those things. So I if there's not a candidate debts actively trying to protect those I don't think I need to vote. That's what I was going to say sorry at of reflex. Nazari don't care. Sorry. Not sorry. Okay. I'm not everyone listening someone out there. Trying to make you feel guilty for not voting fucking face Muslim. Now, just pushed him on the ground and walk away from some like. It's not some waking up at eleven everyday stuff. Man. You're like a ruin. It's like, well, you know, I. You know, my if my favorite spot doesn't have the sandwich. I like I got a different spas. And I'm going to be like, well, I gotta get us. It's like there's no one out there who inspires me at all. I've looked into it. I'm Mike ho- the. Oh, absolutely old. Bernie Sanders gonna run who's going to run. I hope Trump fall in lake. I. Terribly. But. Him not gonna but who who do the who's because we have to part assists, move the Democrats have. And and they haven't started anyone yet. Like, my only thing actually if we wanna get real heavy on this first second lose us, a lot of followers ready. All right drum roll. I can hear you like your knuckles whitening down. I love our lake. I love our followers to want to help them out. Here's the deal. If you're actually really concerned about the way things are going, which I am not enough vote. But you know, if I had to I had to like at this point. I would almost vote read just to fracture the Democratic Party. So they can come back together in some semblance of nor like some sort of lessons learned or it's like holy shit, really falling apart. They did they clearly didn't learn from the worst possible thing that can happen. They put all they were all in all the chips into there's no way that this country's advanced country vote such a buffoon into office any no who believe that more than anyone Trump and me Trump kid. I believe the moment he won pug as I hadn't. I. Never guess you'd be president. And neither did Trump. Trump was like, okay, I'm gonna do Trump network of NBA fucking sick. All right. But no he ended up being fucking president. It's like getting a job he didn't want. And you're like fuck the thing. I love is since Bolsonaro one in in Brazil. There's been this like spate of of articles. That are like how we explore how this could have happened in the world's seventh. Biggest economy. Mother fucker. Are you could you could Bahasa be this dumb fucking insane. Do you remember in two thousand fifteen like at the height of their powers? When I was just like the caliph. It was an actual scary thing. Nobody remembers James kid James full. Play the Bill back trying. That kid blew up a bunch of fucking bombs and Chelsea and whatnot. And everyone's just like, I mean, we we just we don't we don't understand an ISIS head a magazine, this is how fucking hot shit ISIS was ISIS had a full color maximum style magazine, they printed called Daba where in the indaba wasn't article written by ISIS called why we hate you. And why we fight you. And people are just like I have no idea why this would happen, right? Oh my God. Kidding me? This is fucking say. Now do the same thing that both Nora. How could this have happened? Oh, my. How aggressively not learn things Jesus? So yes. So if you really want to be that fucking flying you can do that shit. But then you're also there's nobody on the Republican end at all in any capacity that I could like ever vote for milk. All right, white my hands every go that'll show him. No fucking does. Somebody guilting utilit- motherfucker. You're not voting. This is ridiculous. I would just say or who watch them. Whoa. Saying please vote is like okay for who. And don't tell me in a whole conversation on a couple of words like who? Yeah. Oh, yeah. You gotta. Without without pulling the the moral superiority court Hellman me, I don't know. Learn me, I don't I really don't know who Tim Kaine. That's an of Overton. Right in vote. Tim Kaine fuck I'm gonna write in Roger rabbit. Simpson didn't seventh grade that is a. Is it? Let's get we moving on the top gun as say for the three of us who have three people who are still listening. Can we hear what it would sound like if Mike francesa dedicated a moment of silence for the victims of the Pittsburgh? Really, she's really getting questions. You know, what it would sound like? There you go. Good impression. Five thirty two five to the fed the I guess we ought to do this. But a moment of silence, you know, say what you will the no one deserves the die like a dog. So we're gonna moment of silence. For the people as it. I was Senegal died in the synagogue what we don't know allow about what's going on. It's been news for two days. Oh, I don't know. Still trying to pick up the pieces. You know, the, of course steel is giants the is this weekend. I'm sure that'll be a big topic of conversation in the locker room. So it's a moment of silence. Okay. All right. This moment size of thirty two. WFAN the van one eight seven seven. Oh to real ten ten wins. You give us thirty minutes. And we'll give you the world. Suddenly became a host on ten wins. Right. The so everybody's already heard the. In the back. Backed up butyl. A lot of that road. If you get an voided. The done ones. Five thirty two. Time. When you hear the I like when the tendon wins something like when you hear the tone, the time will be ten thirty one. Then as boom, it's really nice. Then that for like seventy years, which I really appreciate it. I just got a job then hire me to do that seems pretty hire me to do your invoicing. So good at it Kimmy. Okay. How do you therapists? You're heavily depressed. But not worry them enough to send you an inpatient facility. Don't mention the S word. Or d. That seems that seems short circa don't say I'm thinking of jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge on say that if you are you will jam up your life for seventy two hours, at least believe me happen to me when I was in high school, I told my art teacher energy prominent of her the store told my art teacher, Mr. Geyer that I wanted to blow my head off because I was depressed, and I was teen, and I was full of testosterone and misplaced rage. And I was nine not doing great on the football team. And the, you know, just a lot of stuff going on. And this guy knocked me out to misfit. Cleo many. It was my guidance counselor guy, very well in retrospect. If I ever civil saying the shop and save and guns fall when give her a piece of my mind. I'm like look at me, a Michelle of my former self your guidance did not work yelling at an older woman in a shopping saving glens fall. Did choose the ones I one ever told me I should join the army though, so. Maybe she's like, hey, I just gave you advise that you didn't have to take. It clearly didn't loser. I be like fuck I earned my thirty two. I went to school for six years to become a guidance counselor. It's like third two grand a year public school system. And I ended up going to inpatient facility for wins. And I went in and holy shit. There were a lot of really strange people there that I'd never seen before one indoctrinated doctrinaire into the real world. My roommate. Kevin four wins is wild scene. Totally whilst put me on a seventy two seven two hours. No, contact of anybody otherwise known as well. Fifty fifty fifty fifty hours like oh, man. Some nights, maybe. Maybe. Again, two hours on full win. And I'm glad this for win. Megan go out in our catamaran. No semi. Let's mental health as misunderstanding. What this is may only mental health on need is medal men say. On my what if I went into that thought, I was semi Hagar. That'd be like never put you in there. Right. And if I left they wouldn't be able to catch me, do you know what? What? Does. I'm trying I'm trying to figure out a way to turn you into the Indian at the end of one of the cuckoo's nest to just really sit out of there. But I I couldn't come up with a good hook for that. Unfortunately, it's okay, that's fine. Now, I the saddest part of that movie is when in in lieu of leaving he falls asleep drunk. Leave. Oh, the worst. That's a tough watch that one bottom is him. So spoiler alert. It's fucking fifty year old movie haven't seen by now. So I know like, I mean, I guess I don't know watch that'd be burning. If you want. Willem Dafoe 's finest moment book burning should do movie should've movie corner. Talk about green movies. Like Meg Ryan, anything anything. Meg Ryan perfect. I'm not entirely. Sure. I've seen a Meg Ryan movie. Yes. You have when Harry met Sally, man. We watched it together. We certainly did not watch that together. If we did I was I was really somewhere else. Have the Andrew do birthday cake or pie? You know, I didn't have birthday cake this year. Actually, I. What do we have? We had some something at the restaurant. We went to was goes Africa was good could you outback steakhouse? And then we went out back steak house. I gotta I gotta steak with nothing on the side. Guy was not that weird about that. I thought I would get more resistance from. I gotta stick with a lot of stuff on the side. Yeah. It was really gross. I was like potatoes aren't good. I don't know why that is. But I just I just decided that night. I was like eating fries two miles. You got you got fries and a baked potato. I mean, that's potato overload. That's you take the butter from the potato, and he put it on the steak, and it makes it definitely has butter on it already though. Does it really who? Why didn't feel so good after that I felt tired after that stake? Really jam me up tired that whole fucking weekend. My mother's house. I was a gas leak or there's a spirit that clings to me as soon as I enter it and just saps my lifeforce pizza. The Porco spirits can Peter Porco jaw hanging off trying to show me things from that day's times union sitting next to me in the couch. What if? Want to see my glue? God. I don't. Ready? It's taken him back to a different time. We're used to go to bars I used to go to the bars a lot and show off his big. Cook by God. And Peter go to the light get the fuck you. Fuck fuck off with the. Almost ready to die and chose chose last moment to revert back to his hedonistic ways. Bit gug bigger than anyone ever seen before baby's arm. And in fact, did look like a baby's arm with the hand which flow weird God, God, it's actually is a night at the capital grill a weird night at our place in co. Other. We're capital tie. But what does some other Bethlehem? Delmyra restaurants. Get a one-two EV. All right. We're none of the hidden. Cafe. Listeners. Let me know if this is a thing in your city to. In Albany, and surrounding areas over the past five years give or take it is weirdly become fashionable to name your restaurant something and then have some inscrutable number after it like Frankie's fifty four or fucking cafe two seven one or some. My mother is always trying to take me to some spot called like bistro, twenty four and everytime. She does I wanna legally fucking get a mandated from her as a grown adults. Like, oh my God. I like I wanna find my real parents when she does that shit fucking awful. Yeah. We're going to go to fucking brasserie nine six two one four king. Stop. Six. Her sixty nine right? Like, what is science fi movie like, oh, we're going to sex sector, six four one three okay area? Fifty one the restaurant. We should we should open a restaurant there called area fifty one area. Fifty one tacos unlocks dresser? Fifty one fucking bar and grill, very embar grill. See how many people get the reference note if we did area fifty one, but it was an Indian restaurant. And that was a weird thing. Like oh area. Fifty one curry takeout guy heard me on the phone. I was ordering the sign he thought I said. I took a sneeze right in the middle. India fifty one, of course, fifty one the year that India was a Mets impeded from Great Britain. But instead it says area fifty one star crossed wires here with cell. We all the menus printed. And we had a just put up his tape over and right area. Very very big pain. They ask, thankfully, we have a great staff. Anyway. Welcome welcome. These questions are not very good. So would you like to hear some connections real quick lease? Okay. This is all new ones. And they're all you know, what the people. This is song better love next time by Dr hook little fitting for some of these because we are in what's called cuffing season. Now, some people out there always have a Steed by their side or. Or soft woman next to him and talk to them anytime, you want steady relationship at some of you are out looking for love and all the all the right places. I think craigslists fines bar or any other place to look for love. Favor. Better than the del mar Hannaford, but digress. Hannah Ford six four nine better than brasserie ten twelve ten four. Brasserie ten four cop bar. I will not do a cop brush. So these are all full of like, really thirsty. Sad people. So and what better way to start off with the one? That says I miss you downtown Albany. Been flagged trae mobile son of a bitch strap on fun God devolvement fund. Chatted at Saint pious ex Loudon Ville, which had the Halloween parade. I was wearing a red Saint highest ten. Red and grey coat and had a blue university at all he had on that's in sound like a real scream. That's all you were wearing. Oh, my God reading, Greg. I was wearing a red and Greg Cote had a blue uniform at all add on and that's it. I know it's a little weird. But I'm sure we can get it together. Obviously, I didn't have a pen in my pocket. I didn't have Arcus I had or piece of paper or every ceased, right? Number down. Couldn't carry a phone. But I still really love the way up in. Although we were at church, I was nude from the waist down. So brasseries six four. Yeah. We had a great conversation. I was wearing my wife's robe and my jaw was hanging off my my head, and I was going through petted motion you wearing SUNY Albany. That's it. That's it. Remarked that something we have in common that we both have big. I said it was fun until massive blood loss and cut myself shaving. That's a real reason. I'd i'd. I mean, how good of a job could I have done a lawsuit? That's shaving. I mean, just like half space was missing this, especially especially sad. Sweet gal who I gave a lift Uber to. I'm the older salt more pepper. Fifty plus fella. I gave you a ride you adjust super nice. And I wanted to say, thank you. Thank you for the nice tip as well. If you'd like to do a coffee your lunch, please reach out what kind of card I drive. So I know it's you you are awesome. My god. Creepy. Don't. Don't over drivers out. I mean, that's reassuring. That means that Uber drivers don't to go back and like. Think about that his Muhammed gonna kill me tonight. Bend him somehow, Paula capital taxi trying to reconnect with Paul who are capital and taxis. Dispatcher I guarantee you he's got lung cancer. A problem. This is like this is an odd outpouring of emotions here. Gabon's dispatcher, but also works the airport route as well gave me right on Monday night. And we sat in the car and had a great shot. Wow. Glad to know Paul capital taxes milk in the meter sit in the car. Got a fucking Kaplan taxi anymore. Garbage ninety years old, which I got in number just to hang out and also felt horrible that I gave you a shitty tip. Sheedy your hand. Say job was good. And you came right quick. The other thing too. Let's let's use a little bit of second thought. So now you name this, dude. My name all I could just call and see your Paul's. You could just call falls there. But in a job where it's now understood that this is gonna be razz. For this. Like, you just made this life really hard for a good solid weeks. I mean better love next on. Here's one called. Let's do it. Some more. Some more. And it says, you're still location as your service station. Missile. Name by fucking first name late. Working at the mobile. I can't wait till this person meets me for late night. Meet. And I'm not gonna tell you how I spelled me. But let's just say I don't want to generalize. But I've been to a decent amount of service stations late at night for Philip never once come across Illinois. Like, an objectively attractive person working the night shift at this mobile on fucking phone of central. Probably make move late world a different place late at night. People just say, yes. Right. No, it's a -firmative consent. They're like in the ad or you just. Yeah. I think you're really easily one of the most beautiful ever seen. I love say that one of the most beautiful woman I've ever seen, and I'm gonna I'm actually going to do in this connection for a woman mobile gonna make one up right now. Let's do it. Some more mobile on central avenue. Easily one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen. And I've traveled the world you were working at the moment on central avenue. Four in the morning. Your name was Lisa. We had a great conversation about a ton of different topics. I couldn't help. But notice your beautiful tits tight ass. Super tight as. Again. Beautiful women I've ever seen in my life. At the hooves actually known ever say behooves. Oh, fuck position. Never mind more than this would actually be a fun thing to like get the name tag the guy that works late night at like Ned mobile, and then started do these not for him. But just so people worked with the lake Chris what the hell you doing here at night. What? So leggy blonde beauty at Home Depot. You beautiful blonde at Home Depot. Tuesday night around six o'clock me maroon van it's like fucking me. I'd alling and van outside I yelled Craigslist when I drove by did you hear I'd kill to see those long legs and a short skirt Ella, awhile odd move like God. Why? Me maroon van. Wow. How if that was you, you gotta fuck and pack up your kids and go leave the furniture start a new life and Olympia nets GRA hand, clear Bank account crown the house, whatever what's that highway where native women keep disappearing go there. Jason from Half Moon, mechanicsville area area level say that area for a guy named Jay or Jason used to live in the half who mechanic Villoria we used to meet at my place, you really like showing off outside you'd probably be around thirty two years old right now. I know you're from winning. You're about twenty six to twenty eight last time you stop by your moving. I suck your cock outside you look down, and you look down and said man love, Mike. Jay Jason while he's being you're incorrigible gross. You are when you know, like, oh, I hope you had a fucking hope. He caught a shower. I you have a nearly eight inch thick big beautiful clock clock. Storage space this human hanging onto it? Clark. Sure. Ause my clock. I do really works. Very well on the wall. It's actually it's a Novus beautiful. The Saco awesome. Oh, you mean, my my? I'd love to know what's going on with you. A little loaded of a loaded question. Yeah. It's going on with you, man. Let me say to a friend who maybe start drinking too much. It's going on going on with you lately. We're gonna have that conversation me when I slept through your show like Jesus. Lavender beret. I always talk about a purple beret. So lavender Berendt you wearing a lavender beret shopping at the light them Salvation Army around four forty five pm on Friday, browsing through the men section and looking at a dress. Address that in my grade. They're me another shopper would look at that. Same dress. Just wasn't what I was looking for. But not mice. It was. It was what I was looking for. But not my size. I want to ask you where did you get your hat? I've been looking for one just like it. Great style and are beautiful. I hope you found some good funds. Kind of nice, right? 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I like seeing the dad that night in the duster obviously sweating like super arm redress like Walker, Texas ranger, but wouldn't abandoned the. Like get now. All the moves though. Like, the moves of a poet in Allah, poet, who's been there and back. How old you think? He is got to be an mid fifties right now for short. Yeah. How long all along. Number that other dude who. He he looked like a cartoon version of the devil in human form where he worked at mothers cafe in ran like the socialist reading there. But then would go to Goth night dressed like fucking evil sergeant pepper. I remember this fucking. He's definitely still for sure. But he gave up the scene probably. Who know who knows me cats, really? As wanna read one of the side fish Albany fish pled Albany, fish Albany, Tuesday section two for two missing red jacket with pins left with a girl whose name I didn't get came back to my seat, and it was gone this jacket had. 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Stay welcome to kind of funny games daily for Tuesday, September eighteenth, two thousand eighteen. I'm one of your host, Jared petty alongside the boss. Oh, Hello. It's me. That's you. Crap. Amini the boss. Thank you. I mean, you're the boss, right? Some respects the way you're the boss of many people have some people of some people on the planet naral. How would you like to be the boss of all in the Clinton too much pressure. Okay. Who are you? Antena Amini as you said, what an intro? By the way right out of the bat, I am the editorial manager of games that I John and I'm a human being and I'm other things to you. Probably in about covers it though. Okay. Your your name is Tina, or a boss and human being. Join somewhere in their debut. It's great having you've been. You've been overdone Jan, how long? Boy, like six months. Okay. It's still a little bit of a baby and you run the game side of that organization? Yeah, olive games content. So all of your complaints. And this is kind of funny games daily. The show about the games you care about each and every weekday. We bring you the news that's fit to know. I think I'm probably stealing from the New York Times or something. 'cause that's the news its footprint? Yeah, exactly. So we can say fit to talk about on podcast and video. There we go. Excellent. I like this. No copyright complaints there. I think we're cool most marvelous. You can watch live as some you are right now at which dot TV slash kinda funny games. You can watch later on demand at YouTube dot com. Slash kind of games you can tell us right now, even as we speak everything, we get wrong every detail every factual error that we make by going to kinda funny dot com. Slash you're wrong and filling in the form t. And are you going to do it during the show you can listen, we got my phone. Here's for that. I mean, this is the greatest thing about direct feedback, right? I was noticing you are well prepared OAS. Okay. You have prepared for the jackass circus better than most. China's, what's what's? What's the preparation? Well, as we were just talking about before the show, I have a bit of a habit of trying to get the highest score whether that was in school or in video games. So I find preparations the best for that. Okay. Over prepare or prepared? Just the right amount. I think prepared just the right amount, which is over preparing rather be over prepared than underprepared. Right. So how long did you spend getting ready for the show scheduled all my jokes. Well, we'll find out if they're funny, let us know and you're wrong. Actually, that's your own housekeeping team. I mean, he is indeed here also in in addition to that, hey, I chance hosting a Saint Jude's. Charity stream from one to seven tomorrow. Thanks for the plug. Yeah, I want, you know, I have self serving motives. I'm going to be on there along with a bunch of other wonderful personalities and friends playing all kinds of fun games. If you want to support a worthy cause Saint Jude's children's hospital from one to seven PM hop over to watch that charity stream comes say, hi to me, I'll be on between four and five somewhere in that period of time, Tina. You're going to be on an all Dhamar I won't, but I will be, we'll be watching solidarity, but there will be a lot of the your segment. Oh, well, thank you. I appreciate that. It's nice to feel solid. Also, in addition to that happy switch day, we'll get to that in just a moment. I don't usually feel solid fuel more bulbous like pong. Human thing. That's the human. Yeah, just. Okay. Little more. Bulbous does not quite solid. I want to be solid, but I don't want to work for it the it's impossible. Was he in ten years time. Okay. See how far scientists advance I see today. We're brought to you by me these an loot crate, but I'll tell you about that later because right now it's time for what is and forever will be the rope report. It did. For some news ladies and gentlemen, thirteen items. Roper abortionist bakers does an honest baker's, doesn't thirteen. This does not happen often. I feel like we're batting the cycle in baseball, get a single, a double a triple and a home run all in the same game on one what a day to be here day to be alive. This is rare. We, you know, I don't know the last time this happened. Perhaps one of the best friends can let us know. I'd really like to know thirteen stories. We're not stretching on any of those. No, I think we stretching Shirley not around the time. It got to eleven or twelve. I was like, we're gonna make we got it. Yeah, we gotta just find whatever's out there. They get happy about this real baker's doesn't pretty stoke man descending times, exciting times, Lauda news. Let's start with. We'll start with one of the maybe smaller. It's been interesting for some here. New fortnight's which bundle announced this by Adam bankers of yield s. n. dot com dot com. Place. You can go for news features, previews guides, and other. Stuff about video games. That's true. Even reading and entertainment, and entertainment, and others. Comics and comics, TV shows movies, scientific philosophy. Sometimes we go. Nintendo was revealed in the tender switch. Fortnight bundled includes the free to play game one thousand bucks and the double helix set the Nintendo switch fort night, double helix bundle. We'll watch October fifth, two thousand eighteen for two hundred ninety. Nine US dollars, no word on UK pricing. As of yet the same prices, the standard intend to switch. The bundle include the previously mentioned one thousand bucks and the double helix set which contains a character outfit back bling glider and pick ax to you care about special switch bundles. If the switch itself had been modified in some way, like the Pokemon one that we saw the believe it was, let's go. That was super cute and had pitchy on the back then. That'd be one thing. You know the whole thing about the switches. You got those cute joy cons and they can be different colors. Why? Why? No fortnight bundle. We put a lot on it when you gonna put it on play fortnight, and I just wanna see like what that bundle it looks like. I do. Like a missed opportunity. So it's nice to get extra stuff always in the box. But you do like the decorated stuff? Yeah, exactly. Especially for the switch, you know you carrying that around. It's basically part of your on Somboon. So you want it to look like which I guess what's your favorite custom hardware. So this is a doesn't count as my personal favorite, but I just have a good memory fond memory of it. I was a gears of war, XBox three sixty, and it made all sorts of noises when you turn it on, like you know, the growls and stuff. And I liked that. Something like that. That's pretty good impression. Number two. I love this when dad gets total toddler, wow. If I could learn to speak, we'll read it. Dad gets toddler to climb inside prize machine and steel Nintendo consoles. This from Luke Plunkett at Kentucky. Oh, my. You work could talk you for four years four years there. What was your topic talking? I was deputy editor at the time where we think of those firms. They're great. Yeah, except they stop playing destiny with me. So actually they're terrible. Oh, I'm looking at you Jason. You heard it here first? I what's your, what's your title? Again, editorial manager of games, editorial manager of games, team Meany says Shane sucks. Now. All right, picking digestion. That's right. We wanna like maybe we're going to or you don't think people are gonna do the pick up on that right now, get that earned media. You know, you want it. Number two. Man. I can't read this morning a man. That's one of by police after being filmed, sent sending his daughter inside a Barbara cut light cabinet where she was able to get her tiny hands and some prizes and retrieve them before the pair and another child believed to be the man son left the scene by the way, a Barbara cabinet. If I'm correct or one of those kind of like a UFO claw machine, but the ones that you have the little cutter blade that comes out and the plastic thing and you reach up and grab it if she's apparently getting inside the machine just taking the prizes. Yeah, that's starting needs is more blades in possibilities for getting. Yeah, I don't wanna misrepresent it, but I'm pretty sure that's Barbara cut cabinet. The union leader reports that security at the mall at Rockingham park in New Hampshire was alerted to the man scheme by a hostess at a restaurant opposite the machine who told the site to people came in. I heard them say that so unsafe. So I went outside and all this was the toddler head peeping out of the front of the machine. She says, the man made off with multiple prizes among them an intendo switch and a quote Game Boy, DS. So we're gonna guess that's a three d if there's a Game Boy? Yes, in this world, and it's an Michelle doing not know that I'm climbing into a machine to steal GameBoy. Yes, if it exists and please do a hands on video impression for us stops a little. Just you getting in there? Yeah, I think it'd be fun to watch these children. No, I if I tried to climb into one of those machines, you know, Winnie the Pooh get stuck in. Rabbit's hole does adorable sounding though. That's what it would be like, yeah, we need to recreate this. Okay. I can do that. Identify with when actually I did get stuck once behind a piece of furniture, like Winnie the Pooh. That's another story for another day. Local police are now asking for help from the public to locate the man. So there we go. Thoughts, Tina? Who does this just who and why? I mean, is it really that important? Go bias, which like the the medical costs alone for the possibility of what could have happened and the the psychology that you know has to go into an examination after the fact, but surely surpasses the price of a Game. Boy, DS the nonexistent GameBoy Diaz and the Nintendo switch Charlton danger rent for the sake of profit. Probably not a wise choice. On the other hand, the kid does get a great story to tell for the rest of their lives. Yeah, the fact that it ended, okay is probably fine for the kid to take that story on. And you know, having that Nintendo switch and I hope that you know that she got it. The she gets to play with intendo switch is not for the death of this is like for the dark web for the black market story as it were to be resold sold until one, the Nintendo switch that made headlines, but I don't want. I don't want to trivialize endangering your child's sake of profit. That's dot. Okay. Does that. Yes, it's a mechanical machine that you're winning shrapnel then. Although I guess we have heard so many stories of children themselves not under supervision of their parents crawling in and then just like sitting there amongst all of the toys because they wanted to reach end. So that's different. You've got the mall, but not under parental supervision. You've got the moss like IT crowd, gag being inside the claw machine. I understand that fascination the old gives all the way the twice story, and it's frustrating as all hell that you can't get any of those toys out. So I can imagine the impulse to want to crawl in. But again, not under your mind provision. The reason is, so here's where I'm with us on puritanical second. I lived in a small town in North Carolina where a toddler at a wedding that my family was attending. I, I wasn't in the room when this happened, but my parents were remember correctly anyway, at a wedding, the toddler pulled a portable bar at a restaurant. On top of themselves and died. Oh shit. Yeah. So Barbara bar like that you had in a hotel restaurant. It was pulled out for the rolling toddler pulled it. It fell on him and killed him. Yeah, died right there. See, this is the thing is that children are always unintentionally trying to kill themselves. So you have to be watching out for them at all times and definitely not encouraging them to further put themselves in danger. It's not safe time into a piece of industrial machinery, unless I was the original creator of this thing and could personally for the safety of this one dish in of this one particular unit, then there's no excuse. He's looking like as fun number three. Destiny to fans are competing babysitting for me. Yeah. Don't let Kevin babysat. That's that's the answer to this lesson. Lesson tonight. Little brother's still got all his fingers Kevin. Is there anything you're bad about his toes though? Like you left that one out intentionally through ten figures? ATO's doesn't he to fans or conflicted over for sakes rate requirements this from Adam banker Stygian, destiny two's, latest. Ray last wish launched last Friday as part of the new forsaken expansion of all the guardians who attempted to Concord's challenge only eighteen guardians completed the raid in the first twenty four hours and two minutes according to destiny rate report the first team of gardens to complete last wish him become the world. I, we're members of clan redeem and finished in eighteen hours forty, eight minutes. Yes, that's eighteen hours and forty. Eight minutes straight. Why did the bathroom breaks? Go. I think I think at that point, somebody IBM in one and a catheter out the other way, somebody's peon a mountain dew bottle. I think somebody's somebody's got a chemical toilet. Maybe maybe it's like a Lakori. Why does it have to be mountain? Dew could be look, we'll look. I mean, I don't know about you, but when I p Jerry, I'm really sure that IP more than this at any given deposit is where you have multiple. Verify that you want to watch me? I don't have to. I don't have to visually verify. I would like you to go in there with a lacouer Ken. And is this. Version of p test like a urine, urine samples, like kinda funny, doesn't do drug tests. They do like look. The check the essential oils in my ear, I stream exactly seen him out of liquid. I do drink a lot. Yeah, I do drink a lot of like. Yeah, I try to but small bladder, so big problem. Small switch off that what you're saying, Kevin experienced information. I'm just saying. I'm just saying like you drink. I'm surprised right now. You only have one can typically you have three. Well, yeah, I usually bring more than one, but I have been drinking a lot of coffee this morning, getting ready for the show. So I was trying to, but yeah, I'm probably going to ask for so much energy. Exactly if your, if you were checked for like, oh, what is most of your body made up with? Like, what do you wanna soom water. Just one. Every human is mostly on not. I'm Leon. Lime. LaCroix flavor. Specifically. That one? Yeah. Two. The the lemon or the line, everything else is pretty much garbage. Yeah, yeah. Have you had the cherry lime though? No, but that sounds garbage too willing to bet it's got live in it. So I. I took them. That show you can't do that on television. The old. Okay. That's the old Canadian like Nickelodeon show where the dump slime on you. If you say the words, I don't know if you say LaCroix is garbage here. There's a bucket up there that just jumps. All the players get baptized. There's a new story here somewhere for comparison destinies us first rate. Leviathan was finished in five hours thirty four minutes and over forty, five hundred guardians, finish this rate in the first twenty four hours last wish went online September fourteenth at ten AM and when the raid was finally, bested new content was unlocked for all players in destiny to in addition, the teams that completed last wish and the first twenty four hours earned it exclusive emblem and access to a personalized last wish Ray jacket for completing it before the first weekly reset. These facts brought up a question with only eighteen guardians, completing in wash in the first twenty four hours and seven hundred fifty in the first three days. How does the community at large field? But the strict requirements and hard work the must be put into stand a chance to be one of the lucky few to obtain world. I or complete a raid in the first twenty four hours. So I'm going to stop. The reader can read through the rest of that because it goes around quite a while and recommend thorough at Jan thorough in d. but I want say. But I want to say you team that you play destiny to you were just calling out the taco for being a bunch of losers left me my so you don't have your friends who do not out. I don't play anymore because of that fact. Although now that I'm at, I Jan everyone's kind of been hankering for me to play. So that's the intention and honestly forsaken is is the reason why would rejoin. So yeah, the the rate does sound pretty intimidating, but here's the thing. It always starts off pretty excessive an extreme, and then people figure out the little like, looks and crannies, and then you start rolling with a cruise played it before. So it goes through a little bit more streamlined. So it's fine that it's almost a full day that, you know, I don't know how I would even find eighteen hours and forty eight minutes to dedicate strictly to the raid, but it is sort of the spirit of destiny in a way, you know, like some collaborating on a really difficult challenge and then kind of grinding through it over and over the spirit of destiny collaboration. And this I-. This any a lot of crap mostly because it's fun and easy not because. No, no, it's fun to give it crap at five. Yeah, he's not good. Yeah, I'm not a big fan, either shooting. Lots of people do lots people. Look, lots of people love this thing. So when you talk, oh, you got dumped thumbs. You're good video games. Oh, that's one thing when you earlier like, what are you not get? I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna. I'm not going to enjoy video games virtue. You might have to be good. You might have to be good destiny. Yes. Video games. I'm really good at shooters, so I'm fine with me. I, I'm. Stephen hawking, it's also like you have to coordinate with the team. So it's a lot of like intersocial skills. So you know, I've I've rolled with some crews who are fond of yelling at one another, very passionately your. So that's that's one experience. Yeah, makes absolute sense. Yeah. Do you think that destiny is? Do you think that masochism is a part of the appeal I'm in his is the is the garnered, is that dark souls e I am throwing down a super challenge in front of you thing or because it's not that because it's it's really waited out very well with other kinds of experiences. There are much easier to go through like a blow through public events. And those are really easy because people just pop in and out very frequently. So those are those are you know, an experience that kind of balances out between the really big difficult boss fight. So it does not feel like dark souls at all because I'm not great with that. Although it's dark souls, you know I or more so with bloodborne like I could play with somebody and feel like the challenge was a little bit lighter. It's lighter load because you're, you're kind of lifting the baggage together. So I don't know. I don't think it's a, it's a masochistic thing in that vein because they're still easy moments and they're still like really gratifying moments and Lou is pretty when the Lou is good. Lewd is good when it's not. You know, you wanna kill some some people also, I totally totally should not have compared my Benjamin sturdy. Stephen hawking, that was Dr a bit farther. No doctor Dr. Hawking was awesome, and I should not in any way joke about that. So I apologize voices trademarked Dr. Hawking's. Yeah, it was customized for him like he actually selected his voice and he's had more than one voice his life to. That's another thing he changed at one point. You guys just filled with this apple. I loved olive darter hawking, he's a hero to me lake. I, his books changed my life. I mean, have you ever have you ready often now? Not not nearly in-depth enough. I e the nice thing about hawking was he so often just wanted to make physics. He was like a good science teacher. The ones like starts with, here's why it's awesome. And then here's how it works instead of the other way around. Yeah, man, it's a good tactic. Thanks for the expert. Destiny commentary does also they the players who won clan redeem. They also got a belt that's also yeah. And then they. Unlocked content for all other players who were playing for sake into. So there's like an engaged message cut scene map, a strike all that sort of thing. Collaboration? Yeah, championship big gaudy, I believe. So I, I looked at it at some point and then my, you know, out of my memory. So what I believe so yes, a championship belt because we have a championship here kind of funny. I don't understand how it works exactly. Like anyone else. Yeah, we would. You wear a big giant BELTRAN? Absolutely would not, but it would be very sparkly and gold, and that's how I imagined my championship. So even though you wouldn't wear it, it was still be sure I would frame it put it somewhere. Okay. You don't wear who wears a championship belt champ. I'd wear that Bill every goddamn day, I believe. How do you wash a championship out now? You don't have to it, just it kind of like you new information comes to light and cans and not close on risk. Shortcut res- down a second I want you to pay can. I don't think the kids are going to be in risk and chain. Keeping you wash your belt period. We're like everyday. Well, nobody watches their belt. We're like three items in and you are complete garbage person. I'm really worried about this. The problem what sick psychopath washes their belt. If you're gonna wear it every day. If it's like a leather belt, I dunno championship belts, leather or metal. Metal? Yes. It'll pick up a bunch of gug what if you go on a run because you to wear it everyday apparently. Work out that word like like, like. Leather cleaners, the thing. All right. Well, that's good information. I don't watch my like leather bands on my. Why haven't I know you've got some kind of pleasure like SM soutenir closet and you better be washing it. That's all I got to sexy. Speaking of pleasure. SNL four. Let's get Donald Trump's Weiner out of the way. Tom. McCarthy? Yup. Here we go, the guardians, Tom McCarthy via stormy Daniels. So story came up today. The guardian broke some of the details from store Daniels new book, and then included this little tidbit from McCarthy's article. She describes Trump's penis as quote, smaller than average and quote, but quote, not freakishly small and quote. He knows he has an unusual peanuts. Daniels writes, it has a huge mushroom head like a toad stool. I lay there annoyed that I was getting fucked by a guy with yeti puberty and addict, like a mushroom character in Mario Kart and may have been the least impressive sex I've ever had. But clearly he didn't share that opinion. Our focus on this today is the sentence or the part of the senate's addict, like the mushroom character in Mario Kart because this story such as it is the internet, the Twitter's as it were by storm today, Mario Kart was trending. Toad was trending story. Daniels was trending and when you we all stopped to see why we learned about our president's nether regions. We actually have an exclusive picture of it. We do gen, oh, shared by max Scoville over the exclusive picture and the picture all remember the description. I believe the description was smaller than average, but not free mall. Much school Kevin Kabul pull it up go to. Well, it's on. It's on his Twitter. All right. All gotta find that Mexico VO. All right. We'll talk about you. Don't worry. No, we're going to amp here for a moment. Yes, so bring this thing up this incredible story. All right. Oh, you're do. Have the picture here. We have the picture there. Take share from the business. All right. So I questioned a lot whether or not to put an ad this to the list, but then we were at twelve, and this would get us to thirteen, which is a baker's dozen. And I was like, okay, that was really the prairie dot was really the priority, the sequence of the conversation that led us. Yeah, but we were gonna talk about it before the show anyway or in housekeeping because well, why don't you fill in? But yeah, I mean, if you're curious of the behind the scenes conversations that go on in the newsroom at, I g n I go through my feeds every morning and I saw this story and it's it's I'm of two minds of it. Because on the one hand, it seems like a really thinly veiled link to video games. I mean, it's the, it's the most like out there kind of example that you can get as a jumping off point for us to discuss it. But on the other hand, it's genuinely kind of a cultural moment for video games, and it's not one that I necessarily proud of, but it is a cultural moment. Everyone is talking about this thing. I mean, it's it's on the guardian. It is referencing the president of the United States. So this. And it's a headline that has been that we've been reading for months now of stormy Daniels, so it's it's something that's been a part of the conversation, and now they're now people are talking about Mario Kart, and they're talking about towed. And it's fascinating to me because everyone knows Mario Kart. I mean, intendo is conic Mario Kart is II and even if you don't know toes name toad is conic. This is no more or no less. There's no more and no less newsworthy than ninja and Drake playing video games together and that exploding and becoming a cultural moment. And that's why we're talking about it because video games exists in a very strange place. They are the in many ways, the world's largest fastest growing entertainment industry. At the same time. All of us are pretty aware of our video game inferiority complex. I think that we the grew up with or sometimes still experience where like it's this thing that exists maybe outside the mainstream, maybe right in the middle depends on who you ask. That's a long discussion, but then you have these moments where pops up into like popular. Culture conversation and political conversation across like mainstream media. It's fascinating to see everybody knows the little mushroom guy for Mario Kart. Yeah. So it's fortnight and it's towed and cart? Yeah, I can't remember who I q it was. I heard say once that the three video games, your grandma's heard of our, our Super Mario and doom originally was about decade ago now be candy crush fortnight. And you know. I mean, there's plenty like people have her world of warcraft, right? That's pretty big. Our tetris. Yeah, but but it doesn't always break here. We have it. I think the fun of this is stormy Daniels could have picked any or metaphor on earth to describe the president's genitals. Well, maybe this was just the most fitting, maybe. So, I mean, maybe it's just like maybe she looked down. I was like. God, you know, maybe it was just like. Ruining Mario Kart for me even though. Very. So how what a day? Ironically, this is the of the four first stories. This is the one Kevin had the least dirty thing to say about, and we move on. Never five innocent. He's so innocent, he's here. He is pure, not as pure as the pure one, Tim gettys, but peer kingdom hearts. Three bucks revealed this by Chaban Audrey square inex- revealed the box art for kingdom hearts. Three designed by series director Tiziano Maura. The cover art for kingdom hearts. Three has been unveiled ahead of its release early next year over on the game's official Twitter account. The artwork created by kingdom hearts series director or numero features, a handful of characters from the games, including Oloyede. I'm not even going to announce there is that. Proper pronunciation because I over prepared and I looked this up in advance because the last thing you want to do is say anything him. Yeah, exactly from three hundred and fifty eight over two days or three hundred fifty. Eight divided by two days or three hundred fifty at the square root of two days or something like that. Negative plus minus b squared minus four AC over square root for the title of the next one. Yeah. Kingdom hearts, two point, nine, six dream drop disco whose presence has provided the basis of clips from fans. Kingdom hearts x. dark Ling has even made it on the cover. Lord, I hope is the name of that not leaving fans to pray square inex- for the inclusion of characters from the mobile games and from Mitch Crasson holy kingdom hearts that covers beautiful. My question for you guys is as someone who is not indicating the hearts or not that indicating parts. What do you think of the amount of trailer shown too much? Not enough. Just right. Thanks and I'm super excited. Come January, Tina your thoughts. So actually to go back to the box art for just a moment. I'm also not personally giant kingdom hearts fan, not for any other reason than I just never got into it, but our own Jonathan Dornbush is and I got some quotes from him so that I came from, you know, expert kind of perspective here to say what he loves about it. So he said that he loves it, encapsulates the entire franchise in a single image and has all the characters even from side games that that he didn't imagine that they'd put in. There are a couple of characters. We aren't sure would even be in the game game like she on or what their role would be in the game, but to have them be on the box, art significant signifies what they've been. Saying that they want to make a every aspect of the franchise matter. So it's like every era of kingdom hearts, the prequel, the main game, the side games with bits of Disney, but no whiff of final fantasy. This is some beautiful preparedness. Yeah, I, yeah. I mean, he's he's our kingdom hearts expert. So. You know, I think you do a great job over there Nigerian, but I do think you've missed an opportunity. I think there needs to be an internet series. You make a lot of good video series overnight where you take electric Korea who's not Nintendo, but for a while, a free agent and Jonathan Dornbush, and you put them in a canoe and they're out on a tranquil lake. And then you have another camera crew in the other canoe, and he just Mike them and it's just Jonathan Dornbush and electorate Correa going around the lake at a canoe, talking about kingdom hearts until you run out of space on your card. I think it wouldn't be them running out of conversation. No, definitely be running out of that that series kingdom hearts in a canoe, Natalie. There's a lot to talk about to. I mean, it's been a long running series with a with a lot of, you know, barriers to entry there. So yes, which is why you can't say anything bad about kingdom arts. I really do believe that it keenum hearts the comparisons to the bible or not are not without merit. Yeah, ju Justice, confusing, Justice, controversial, and just adequate. Inadequate. Yeah, yeah, exactly. So you're not huge kingdom hearts. What do you think of? What do you think of Mitchell question here? Well, so I think that because to your point because it is so but biblical and so extensive seeing more is is not is not a detriment to the game, especially for the fans like for the hardcore fans like they always want to know more. They want to know exactly how like that's a big question. How long is the game and it's for other series. I don't think that's nearly as important as it is for fans of kingdom hearts. So I think the more the mayor I'm looking forward to playing it. I really am. I, I give give the fans a lot of crap because most of them are great, and a few of them are insane, but I actually really wanna play this game. It's a game set in a fancy beautiful, gorgeous universe with characters. I love doing things that don't make any sense, but they hit stuff with a big key. And I'm totally under that. And it is a gorgeous piece of oxide weird for a box art though. It's very busy busy. Sometimes. Characters in that game. So it kind of looks like the cover for like a marvel versus Capcom like so much going on there or like maybe like a Star Wars and samba cast movie posts or something gorgeous skies, backdrop, red dead GTE exac the closed system walls are coming down this from Eddie mccook of gamespot the video game industry lags behind TV movies and music. In that the content you on one platform does not always move with you to the next, but those days might be coming to an end. The CEO of rockstar games. Parent company, take two interactive said during a recent presentation. It's just a matter of time before the video game industry more widely drops, cross platform opportunities. Eventually, I think we'll be in a cross platform world with a lot of titles straw, Selma cassette during the Goldman softcore cornucopia comp Communicorp just during some golden socks conference. Certainly between console NPC zone, looks at Microsoft is based. Already there, which is presumably a reference to the company's XBox play anywhere system. As part of this buying supported game on one platform, XBox get your copy of it on the other system with all progress and chievements moving between the two more widely. I'll make said he believes the closed system walls must come down and the emergence of streaming will help the closed system walls are coming down and they have to said streaming is going to accelerate those walls coming down. We're all here for the consumers. If you're going to create rules that don't benefit consumers, but somehow you think benefit your enterprise, your mistaken. Consumers will go elsewhere. You have to pay attention to what the consumer wants. Also during the presentation sell. Nick spoke about his belief that game streaming will truly take off in the next one to three years companies that operate hyper scale data centers around the world are the best position to have success because that global infrastructure will help Lincoln see concerns. He didn't mention any companies by name, but Microsoft is already confirmed. It's working on a game streaming service. It has data centers around the world extreme takes off the addressable market. For video games expands by a massive measure. Selbe pointed out there on one hundred twenty million combined PS four, an Xbox One units on the market today compared to about two billion PC's. Well, the total addressable Martin market would unquestionably increase with tension size. Some people may still preferred consoles, attritional boxes. So he can't say for sure what kind of an impact streaming would have on how much of it a game industry stance to expand. Generally speaking when you make him product more widely available, more people buy it. So I said, however, he cautioned that he doesn't expect streaming to be the sea change that others in the video game industry are expecting it to be an addition to Microsoft as working on a game streaming service. Sony already operates a streaming service in the form of PlayStation. Now, a lot to unpack the ir. I like that it's pretty balanced because like this, this one line about how he cautions that it won't be the sea change that some people are expecting it to be that we've already seen it. Not be that you know, game game shames have been or streaming games rather has. It's not a new concept. It's something that is. That started in failed. And it's certainly because of the technological difficulties around that. So I like that it's a pretty balanced kind of outlook on this, but it's, you know, as long as we can get all those t's crossed and is dotted, I imagine it definitely would impact like how people actually interact with the games. I still are. I think it's coming. I think it could be coming sooner than we think infrastructure still the problem software sexy, we love to talk about software people in business. I've talked about software software development costs are manageable or at least predictable software, infrastructure creation. You have a reasonable idea how long it's gonna take to make something most of the time, at least comparison to hardware hardware is expensive. Not sexy takes forever to Bill candy. Never work the way you when you think harbor sexy. Yeah. Why not? We obsess over new iphone models. Like of course it is true. Okay. Yeah. And like the white XBox or the black XBox yard. I XE there's nothing sexy about an XBox. I just I can't. I. I like it super simple, boxy design. I do too, but other sexy, that's it's more like functional. But I think sometimes functional can be very sexy for some reason. I can't the slanted PS four look, how do we feel about only I like it. I like to look at the PS four, but I can't think of a single video game console. I would think describe as sexy can I'm trying to think like like, how do I switch the PS two, slim, the PS two slim was a good concepts. That's the sexy, beautiful. Yeah. Sexy though. Can't it be cute? Like I have an animal crossing three d. s. and it's pretty adorable. I looked cute. I love standout. I just said hardware, not often sexy, and I think good counterpoint. People talk about the phones the but but no, they could be attractive. I the way they can console ever made. The we said Vida north with the week. Oh, you said the we both were wrong, but I think that was it. Design the veto the vehicle design. What? What do you think the vessel. I mean, I do like my animal crossing three d. s. that's my favorite one. So there's a legend of Zelda one. That's pretty amazing. It's really just the three d. SS because there's so many of them on there. So versatile, in terms of aesthetically looking. So I like the we because of the industrial, disarmed attention to detail the the fact that it takes that one corner off motif takes up all the way down like the plugs and every every like plug. That's how you determine whether it's in upside down or not is is it's the shape of the we again. Vacc- how about least sexy, I the XBox, especially with that brick. Oh, yeah, that's adds to it. We originally the Atari fifty two hundred's pretty bad. There's a lot of ugly consoles. I like the Dreamcast the Dreamcast and the GameCube. I just want to say queuing outside. Yeah, just so good. And you're right. That game, she good, but back to this. So it system walls coming down? Yeah, I, I think so too. I see him like, you know, Mr. me Emoto tear down your wall. I mean in, but let's Sony to. Yes. Oh, I didn't end to single out, not at all, but it is a conversation that a lot of people have been having. I mean, like Pete Hines has been kind of railing against the idea, like cross play, not being thing for a long time for the last few months now, and fortnight is accessible across platforms. And so it's becoming more of a common thing this, and I mean the software developers are going to keep pushing for it because ultimately they just want to get games as many hands as they can. Exactly. And so it's only when he talks to smart dude. He's always something we, it seems like every month we have a story ask us from Han France and these all. He's always saying something interesting. You get him in on the show that would be fantastic if you'd like to come, please do search. Absolutely. Cap. Com expects to lose forty million dollars after cancelling dead rising studios games this by Chaban Arif of I look at that Capcom announced that it expects to incur four point. Five billion yen about forty million US dollars in losses. Following determination of a number of projects of its Vancouver studio in the wake of a restructure of Capcom Vancouver earlier this year that resulted in around thirty percent of the student being laid off and they parent cancellation of an unannounced game. Capcom is disclosed the termination of the projects. The dead rising city will amount to forty million dollar lost under cost of sales for the six months of the fiscal year ending March thirty first twenty nineteen according to Kentucky. The canceled project at Capcom. Vancouver was a third person action adventure set in an alternate reality version of New York. The lay offs were also accompanied by the news that the scope of the next Ed rising game would be cut back. The losses advan Couva, reflect cap Cummings, ongoing Capcom, ongoing review of the allocation of its developing resources that support the production. Of world class content of the studio, being responsible for the majority of development of titles for the global market outside of Japan. However, thanks to the resounding success Capcom has had with the launch monster one hundred world on the council on the forecast for the company as a whole remains in line with its projected financial results. Shared back in may also have an update and the article may have been updated as well. But I checked this early this morning and just before when a camera. So this game or from at Kim Kap comes Vancouver designed director confirmed the studio will also be closing following a report from Capcom Japan. That'll be canceling in development projects at the Canadian studio, unfortunately, kept coming in Kufra shudder today. I'm in a bit of a shock, but if you know of anyone looking for an eighteen year experience game designer, send the my way kept on Capcom Vancouver director, Aiden Shenlin, perf- confirmed via Twitter. I read also that they were keeping a few people on just for logistics, which is always the saddest thing like that. You know the the few remaining that are kind of beholden to carry things out, even though they know it's a dead studio, it's. Always the sad news, especially what was it like a hundred and fifty eight people newsletter studio. Yeah, exactly. Number and the writing was kind of on the wall because they experienced layoffs before this. So she's sort of like, you know, just cutting in this direction. I was really hoping they would find a way to deflect the layoffs a re- reassign team. And yeah, you always hope that the layoffs are the brutal, but maybe necessary. Maybe cuts off right there and kind of, you know, those lost trouble because this is awful. Awful. We hit here and and I'm glad you know cap calms actually had a heck of a year at monster hundred world. They got a new monster hunter game outright. Now on switch or a pseudo new one, they've got resident evil. The r. h. u. previews have been spectacular. Mega man, eleven coming out. Devil may cry on the way and that monster, hunter, final fantasy, crossover. Thanks so much stuff going on right now. The Capcom is really just doing great stuff, but this is not what dead rising bad, bad news. Yeah. What does that really mean? I mean, they did say that it would just reduce the scope of the next dead rising, but what does that actually mean? Future dead rising away? I mean, when you go. Yeah, so Reese coping, not always bad game, isn't it? I don't think so. I will just tap on the sambas told me. You're not to laugh. Jared, dove does not to laugh and actually the kind of sad show Sacha. Yeah. Well, I mean, we did talk about President Trump's penis. Yeah. So that was a sad story. Honestly, we're just gonna cry from here on out. What do you think about this is now? Oh, yes, AB, absolutely. Absolutely. I think that's got to happen there. Should he point to Trump. Oh, that would be. I feel like that's too much. It's too on the nose. Let's be subtle to on the toad unless it was on his less was on his nose. I mean, we could have directly on. I do like it though. Very good. Thanks for putting that together. European and US gambling, regulators, sign agreement to tackle gambling in game by Jesse way. The g n you put this one on here, Tina. Thank you. My pleasure. The UK gam- gambling commission announced Monday that sixteen gambling regulators from Europe in the US of signed agreement to address gambling risks in games. The global agreement includes the countries of Lafayette, Czech Republic, Spain, France, Malta jersey, Gibraltar, Portugal. I, I r- land. I love man, UK Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Austria. And the US is Washington state. The countries of the US is okay. Oh, I know I get it. This is a good sentence. Sorry, us for a second. It's like, wait, that's Washington succeeded. Thanks to see it from the union. The agreement is described as a declaration of gambling regulators on the concerns related to the blur. Of lines between gambling and gaming. Regulators are asking for the video game industry and technology platforms to help him stop an unlicensed third party websites who providing in gain gambling, Neil McArthur, cheap exam. Executive signatory for the gambling commission responded to the reasoning of the agreement. We have joined forces to call on video game companies to address the clear public concern around the risks, gambling, and some video games can pose to children. We courage video game companies to work with their gambling regulators and take action now to address the concerns to make sure that consumers and particularly children are protected. He said, MacArthur added, we want parents to be aware of the risks and talk to the children about how to stay safe online. For example, unlicensed websites offering skins betting can pop up at any time. Children could be gambling with money intended for computer game products. This agreement marks the first international attempt in regards to the illegal gambling controversy. In video games. The sarin declaration comes nearly one week after e was put under criminal, invest. Education by the Belgian gaming commission for not complying with the country's gambling laws with Luke boxes and fief eighteen the controversy of illegal gambling through boxes and skins and game became heavily discussed after the UK in New Zealand concluded that Luke boxes were not illegal under their country's laws while the Netherlands and Belgium completed this cat declared that some loot boxes are considered illegal under their loss. So it's kind of all over the place. Yeah, that sure is a mess. Yeah. So he's been this has been going on for a while. The last few months, somebody will be deciding that it is gambling. Some people are deciding it's not. It's infecting politics now, and in a really interesting way as a reminder of the Rb did not classify it as gambling. E as defense is that they always want to be transparent fund, fair balance in a balanced way and that you can't cash out or sell any of those items from eighteen for real money. So that's been their defense. But I think it's good that the, you know, a diverse amount of people are coming together to make these determinations together. Because we do need to kind of streamlined definition of this. And I liked that they stress that it's about parents talking to their children because of those unlicensed websites because that is an issue. And I think that is the bigger issue. What do you think the bigger issue just because that access is always popping up and you hear all these stories about people children accidentally spending thousands of the parent's money because there is no lake supervision there. So it's it's a point that is kind of unexplored the Boras because most of the time, the conversations very specifically about like, is this gambling is not? What do you think? Is it gambling? Are we talking about skins? We're talking about Lou Barney. Retargeting you about that is we are in the middle of thirteen things here I throw. What are you me back back? I did. I think that the legality around this is is right now in a place where we let we forget about the fact that international law and domestic law are so startling Lee different at for you. You know the the the, you can go one place. I remember when I was in Japan and you could just walk down the street and buy hard liquor out of a vending machine. You know, in the United States that would be illegal well, even the United States, we can't. We don't have consistency or parody between our laws. So I don't want to pass this officer relativistic thing. I think that I have a lot of definite opinions on this, but I'm going to wait for a day. We don't have thirteen rope to jump in the tree wanna give. But yeah, there's there's a lot to unpack your and I agree with you that the child protection angle, an emphasis is something that that I haven't seen brought up as much that I think is important. And I like that it's a mix of European and US regulators because it is claims are global experience. Also Washington state seceding from the union. Heard it here. First Spiro fan made game is moving forward. This from Wesley, la- blanket, big twin finit a fan made sequel to the original Spyro trilogy by Tom games as shaping up to be not only a great trip down memory lane, but a brand new nostalgia fueled story set in the original world. Spyro Spyro myths awaken in this fan made game players will see Spiro and sparks looking for new adventures. The piece by Ronin sparks live in at the time of the game start won't last long according to the team member say REEs. I can't say that right as a mysterious figure, known as guy takes the purple dragon. Wait a mythic, a mythical realm. Hayden who knew we're, he'll be tasked with taking down Medusa as she searches for immortality. Myths awaken will take place sometime after the year of the dragon. I will feature many realms just like the original games and all said and done. The game will have four home worlds. Four boss rounds for many boss rooms and twenty four standard rounds. Currently, there's on a release date or even release window. The project only began in February of last year, so it could be years before. Fans see how this fan made title pans out. The team seems to be keeping fans involved as they released weekly updates videos and more the latest video. It was loaded to YouTube just fifteen hours ago by now. That's a little more. Yes, it seems really legal. Yeah. So that's fun ADA and that's why I brought it up. I like fan tribute games. I like when people do them. I think they're neat. I watched the video for this one certainly looks well made and has a lot of TLC in it. Then I get overshadowed by some other Spyro game game released, like having might. Yeah. Kossovo. So we're you Kevin. One chime in on that said, it seems pretty illegal. Dhia care. I mean, not particularly, but at the same time, like companies like Nintendo have been known to like take this kind of stuff down immediately. Right there was I've heard of of like Pok Mon games that have been made. I can't remember what the call like mutants. I know what you're talking about, but like it was announced people sauce, screen shots, and like a week later gone. There was a precedent for this kind of thing. We're like they're real. I mean, it's so impressively you're listening out how many boss game have your battles and mini games. Right? Yeah, you can dream, but, but yeah, I mean, it's it's a lot of work that someone's going to be theoretically like on, you know, as as a side just project putting in and I, I love that passion in that drive, but there's definitely a precedent for these things getting shutdown, especially when they get media coverage, oops. And that's the and media coverage has picked up, but do you think this thing will ever make it to completion or the deal kill it? I, I think it's possible that they'll wait do the wait-and-see because that's that's what's happened before too is like, you know, companies also wanna see how far is this gonna actually get? Do we want to be the Dick's that are saying, no, you can't do this thing that you're probably not gonna even make any money off of. And that's the big determining factor to are they asking for money or are they just blew releasing it as is, but you know, there's a bunch of like p copyright infringement issues. So silly matter if they're getting the fan, they might want to just have brand protection and else, and they're totally within the rights to do that. For me, it's a matter of I love fan may games I've played fan, made games at that. Some of the which is that line between fan game. I'm gonna change. If you make the dragon blue and you change his name to pyro, you know, is this if that's the only difference? Just let them make the darn game higher power Romania. Yeah, you know, pyro the women. I mean, then it suddenly, okay. You take something like like a four fun game like gang garrison. I say some kind of social commentary thing and then therefore you're within the bounds of copyright parody. Suddenly pull off and that's why if they're not making money on it, I understand you're supposed to defend your trademark if you don't defend your trademark in Lucia trademark at that at the actual legal thing. Yeah, it is. If you don't protect your trademark, you can lose your argument again, have a trademark even if even if it's a nonprofit. But you know, think about Nintendo shutting down the metro project right before metro came out on three d. s. if I've got my fashioning as everything's, he doesn't think they might do the wait and see or the this, is it. One person making this game, what I'm sure this team of people you'd be surprised. Some of them are one people teams, but yeah, I mean, it depends on also like their work structure. You know how they're how far they're actually going to get on their own a one of my favorite all time games. The couple of my favorite times give video games are fan games. One was this any game where you could play Super Mario brothers with Simon Belmont and mega man. And unlike just being a cute little fan game when you played with these guys or you play this link, they there was a lot of balance and TLC in the level somebody worked really hard to make it work, and it was kind of a step above that usual kind of stuff. We just need a legal version like a maker for everything like Mario maker, you know, have a Spiro maker snake around levels. I'm really okay with that. Reedy video game maker, man, that's I wanted to happen. I want to move on. This guy there it is. Yeah, it looks like it looks pretty good for jet. Yeah, looks cool. Not going to help and this getting taken down. Yes, it does look. Awesome. Oh shit. Yeah, maybe maybe I've made a terrible mistake here. I must have put this on here because because Tim Spiro and probably just ruined his dreams, Tim's probably the guy making this and I'm going to get angry tax right after this as just after this, it's going to be angry the temp I keep thinking about the guy that made space Harrier for Atari eight hundred and took him like twelve years. I just kept plugging away at it 'cause he wanted to totally stole one a second games and put it on a nineteen eighties Eric computer because he wanted to. But it's one of the most impressive feats of programming I've ever seen trae arc announce changes to blackout after beta this by Jesse way, login trae arc announced on Monday evening chains or tricking out somebody evening changes making for the full launch of their battle. Royale mode blackout in college duty, black ops four on October twelfth. The changes come with player paid back after the beta was extended earlier, Monday with trae are also lifting the cap to one hundred players. Trail said they wanted to look at the biggest feedback they received for the Blackhawks for community for the beta to provide some deeper insights into what we. What we're doing to improve the game. Some of the areas they'll be tracking an update, include armor, audio judgments inventory, and item management and Xbox One performance. They've been cautious with major armor changes do unique role of armor and blackout, but the made some adjustments hearing the beta and will continue to do so before launch, Tina you plan the beta, I haven't, but a lot of us in the office have and one person in particular super into it. And then we have a reader question I can wait to. Let's jump right in there. That's from the almighty Fuji Dookie Dokie Jared, Tina. The co, black ops for blackout beta finish yesterday and the word around the internet is that cod has a winner on Tan's. I played it all the battle royale games out and it feels like the most fun and Most Polish experience even as a beta. However, what does this mean for lowly pub? G at entered the scene like a comet, but a sense fizzled out losing his crowd a fortnight. Now, many are saying that blackout is the pub g killer. Obviously, fortnight shows no signs of slowing dab of black ups, fours in a prime position. Knock pub g down to. Distant third place in the battle royale hierarchy. What do you think this in for pudgy? Do you think it will eventually die out in addition to what do you think this for XBox since they seem to a banked on the fact that they got this, I counts console port of pub. Gee, thanks. We've all had fun with the chicken. So let's move onto the pig ham always needs some tender Lovin sincerely, are you miss this Kevin? But I read free. She's named. I. Oh, yeah. Where's barreling through? Sorry, Kevin, you're, you're absent at your post. You left, you left the watchtower tower. One of the story. This would have the white Walker. Yeah, I don't take notes of questions that are associated with stories. Do job Kevin. All right. Your thoughts. So yes, I do think so. They said that pudgy would be knocked down to a distant third place. I do think that third place is a good place to put it because although it has slowed down on like four and I was just been ramping up. It's still at just on PC alone. It's out something like I looked it up earlier today, said something like a million regular users who. So it's still quite a bit. It's just it's just underperforming from the view of fortnight. And I imagined to be called blackout because it is a very from what I've heard. It is a very polished experience. So I have a quote from James Duggan because he's are like go to shooter, especially call of duty expert, Edwin. You mean. Young Edwin. Indeed, what is what. Edwin is James is real first name. No kidding. Yeah. Live on camera y'all still alive. Beautiful, beautiful voice, a beautiful man. I mean, let's be honest, beautiful man, beautiful voice. Everything. James Duggan. It's the total package. I'm sure he's very glad to have given me this quote now at least can say. So from James Duggan his real name, he says that black blackout one hundred percent kills pup John. XBox blackout runs at sixty frames per second and looks great while pudgy struggles to hit thirty on the standard Xbox One and on PC I think the player base of pudgy is significantly impacted. So it is. It was at like three million at its peak, and now it's down to one million, but one million still not much Scott that he goes on to say that pup is on a downward slope in terms of daily concurrent users. So time is the pudgy killer ultimately, and I really like that line because I think that's true. I don't think it's necessarily one game. It's just a matter of like waiting it out. He says, a lot of the feedback I hear from players who still play pudgy is I just couldn't get into fortnight's fortnight's building blackout. And pub g on the other hand are zero-sum game, and it's hard to find anything that pudgy offers that blackout doesn't do objectively better. I think a worthwhile analogy is. Heroes of newer a mobile that was serviceable and very fun for its time, but was utterly bested when Doda to released. The same thing is happening here blackout is bringing an out of polish in playability that pudgy isn't capable of competing with. I think military simpler could still play pub Jeep, but for ninety percent of players who are just looking for the best battle royale experience without building blackout, is that game right now being the one to do it I, it's not all. To do it best. It's got to innovate. Isn't that? Like a staple of the development world is it's easy for us. I'm sure there are people screaming at their cameras that are if they're watching from pudgy Headcorn. For the love of God. You know they're doing. I mean, resources are what they have available to them for activision can do when they want to own this. Yeah, even honestly, just from a marketing perspective, I mean, they they had a little bit of Cafa full where they were trying to sue epoch game. So I don't think that necessarily impacts and it changes the narrative from like the focus on the game two. Now, the focus of the politics between these two warring companies, and then they lost that lousy. So that looks pretty bad to part of this too. I mean, we have, we have almost I think, as as a gaming culture, drunk, the Kool aid of games as the service we're sitting here talking about in pudgy a, I understand early access, etc. We're talking about a very old video game already a game that has been around a long time, and we're acting surprised that that game may be sunsetting. Maybe that's the problem with early access games too. You know your round the conversation a lot longer. It seems like it's been released because people have that access to it. It's not some kind of like closed betas situation. So it feels like the game has been out a lot longer than it may be technically has. So you know, it feels like it's had that storied history at this point. I, I'm gonna keep making the argument that there's only so much in particularly in the console arena. There's only so much room for games as a service from the start cannibalizing each other and you can't have too many active at once. A delicate balance. It is indeed ninja becomes first professional game or to appear on the cover of e. s. p. n. magazine by Adam Bank Hearst, I g you met her to that ESPN Tyler ninja Blevins earned yet. Another cheapen as he's announced that he will be the first professional gamer to be featured on the cover of ESPN. The magazine ninja revealed the covering Twitter and said, so excited to be the first professional gamer. It'd be featured on ESPN the magazine cover and profile be shown on sportscenter tomorrow in the seven AM eastern standard time. Our or this year ninja broke the twitch streaming record with over six hundred and twenty thousand viewers when he Drake Travis Scott, and. Juju Smith Schuster played fortnight together later. Joined by Donald Trump's penis? No, no, that's not in the article in early August. Dactyl early August ninja became the first streamer to reach ten million followers on twitch and this cover is another I. It can add to his belt ESPN the magazine's circulation since March. Eleven nine thousand ninety eight and funnily enough. I'm Wikipedia page. It says the frequency of the sports magazine is fort nightly. Oh. Oh, also differently. We'll stop there and he, he actually visited agenda long ago. Right? Yeah, we did. We did some content where can people find that? Yeah. Oh, I don't know the actual. I mean, it's just I Jan dot com. Yeah, Google at man. Man. There we go. All right. Another. Another one I g n head of game says Google it man. Ninja fifty, rapid fire questions. There we go nicely done. You drop this one and Tina the sea. So I just think it's fascinating what a career this guy is had. I mean, he's become what the most viewed streamer. At this point. We see the most. I don't know. I I actually had it was after the whole Drake thing that kind of boosted his number. So it's just been amazing to see like the celebrity of video game world and how it has rapidly evolved once again, much Laker earlier story. It cultural moment. It's cultural and exactly, and it's that whole crossover thing. That's why it's a cultural moment. Good for you, sports. It's good for ninja. It's probably good for ESPN frankly, and it's it's a more Powell field ahead of the curve. You know, like they're speaking to the young ends this episode from thirty rock where that detective guy goes. And he's just like, hey, kids what's up and he's just what's his name. I don't know. But I think that by by referring to thirty at rock about speaking about the young ends. Yeah, I'm worried. So I think we're just waiting ninja in here. Great show and everyone should watch it. Absolutely. Also, you were totally young. Definitely. Yeah, that's right. Definitely true. Not at heart, not at heart. I'm not young at heart old it medically speaking. Now. Let's sort of got more of it to kinda sad collapses on Kelly said, yeah, stick around for that. Second classics coming to switch from Leslie LeBlanc at big twin, finished second outs today, the Segi Genesis classics collection will be making its way to the switch later this year originally released on PS four Xbox One PC early this year, then switch will be the next council DC satanists classics on the storefront except the switch addition will come some brand new features according to set a through this on here. Because yet, again, an example of something I've been harping about, I've been working on a project around this for a while. Nintendo has always managed to sell us their games over and over again, but they have somehow found a way to sell us other people's games over and over again on switch. It's an amazing Belgium machines, right? So yeah, but it's it's a good home for these games familiar with the this particular Jefferson's collector. So I actually had put this story on my notes to tip potentially introduce as well. So I'm glad that you put it in there. One of the new features is that you can do local collapse, split screen. So I think that's pretty cool. You can just sit there like split the screen up. I mean, it's perfect, right? You got the joy cons. You pull them out to. I think that's really not anything you do on your couch of friends. I'm MFN exactly couch play all the way, but I also so it's fifty titles that are included in this and three of the titles are the first three streets of rages. Oh, which I think is cool because we're getting streets of rage four. Yeah. If you want to prepare are the, what's the plural of streets of rage? Is it streets of rage or streets of is streets of rage streets of rage? Rage streets is all the rage breaches of all the rage. Now, again, the streets of rage four coming. Yeah, I have as much as I love this collection on other consoles. I the one on steam that the Genesis collection steam allows me to do Mods which allows me to drop the ninja turtles industries rage to which is all I want. Yeah. Switch. Everything's better on switch. Everything is better on switch, but when they add ninja turtles, I'm on board. I am excited about this. And finally one that you dropped in here CFE's for Sekine shores update, delayed by Adam bankers of GM. Would you mind reading this one? And there's like a key picture that goes along with this. There's there's one reason why I mentioned this. So see if the backstory is a game that has actually really active community for us at jam, we haven't managed to find a way to cover it that really speaks to that community. I think that's just one of those things. You know, people wanna play it. They don't wanna read about it. So it's very active. So I, I won't, you know, mock the the new story outside of that. But there is one key point that I want to reference. So see if these forsaken shores update delayed, and it's not by long see thieves, update, upcoming update, forsaken shores has been delayed from its September nineteenth release date to next Thursday. September twenty seven. So not that bad. Yeah. Last Friday. I do not know how to say Joe's last name. That's all right. Yeah, I just neat. I like that executive producer of see if the eaves post. In a progress update on forsaken shores and said that they are quote that they quote are currently nearing the end of our polish and bug fixing phase, and our goal is to ensure we deliver stable polished and bug free experienced all our players also brought up where a few issues that arose with previous updates, such as the quote, unfortunate, Spyglass incident. And that's the one that you should totally Google unfortunate Spyglass wants. Yeah, just maybe Spyglass see if these and flying ships and the team wants to ensure that this launches a Smith possible and we can kind of end there because so the delay short, it's really just a polished bug thing. But I think it's hilarious that, oh, man, of course, it's maybe bug. Maybe do spy glass. Kevin, are this, this is my fault. I image is that I image works. So this is the unfortunate glass incident that they're trying to. See what's that name, avoid by delaying it. Excellent. So the fourth picture and then the six picture also, I don't see the problem the one before that. Okay. So all we need to do is take fees and somebody Photoshop towed. And we're just prefer to be related to a Spyglass from see if these or towed from Mario Kart. I think I definitely again, I, I wanna be able to to look at my genitals and have not scream at. Spyglass. Yeah. What about you? If I had a penis? I think I would go Spyglass just because it's like bigger and I hear that. That's what people appreciate. Right. Let's that's like the big bravado thing I'm told is small and and been related to Trump. So I would prefer to also avoid that. There we are in love this Larry's. Yeah, so that's. Storm. So today's today on the kind of funny peanuts cast, oh, references for the lot penises. There have been? Yes, ladies and gentlemen. That's all the news about penises. And even though it's been a very long show so far actually kept it to to about five minutes per items, dozen the next time specific to that specific to the peanuts nineteen. The tale, if that's the dream. I can't speak to it, but sure. No sarcasm. I'm from Newark. Everything I say is not real. So that's penises. But if we want to talk about video games in particular video games, you could play today. Yeah, where would we go? Oh, I have to do that. That's my cue. The official list of upcoming software across each and every platform as listed by the kind of funny games. Daily show host each and every weekday. Tada, Tada nicely done, Kevin. Hey, what's that nicely? Done, Tina. Sorry. Can you read at wonderfully. I formation alkaloids deserve them chocolate. Otherwise, it's just me saying mayor every day. Very good. How many cards you practice this that line? The one time when you told me that I'd be doing it one time it was better than the first time. Yes, that's always better the second time. If you say that into a mirror, Greg Miller appears like if you say it three times God Candyman exactly turn out the lights. Greg Miller appears. He's got a spider man mask on a no shirt. Yeah. So the ten. Oh, switch online releases tonight? Yes, it does very exciting this evening. So yeah, it's kind of delayed it was supposed to be out today, but they're doing server maintenance. In the number I've been hearing is around eight Pacific or permit eight eastern for the drop and eleven eastern for the actual being able to use it. It's a window for a few hours after eight eastern Europe eastern time. I don't know. Five. Ever. Best coast, but most people live out there for that. Well, for that. Yeah, I used coaster west coast to coast at heart. I do. Yeah, but I genuinely hate San Francisco also San Francisco, and I'm likewise on team team. I like LA. Hey, Tina. We both like the east coast. Would you like to do a hand slap? Yes, don't act like that. The hands level term that people, you told them just on the east coast and the east coast, no way, right. That's where it came from God more people there. So yeah, tend to switch online releases tonight. Also anodyne for PS four. The Barksdale forebearers deep for blind for PSBR NPC Capcom beat them up bundle for PS four, Xbox One and switch cannot wait to play this beat em ups, especially with online play. You're probably gonna play each of these games precisely once once you get a group of friends figured out how it works, but playing a beat them up with a group of friends is just great. Even if you never do it again or are you a fan of beat them up so fans? What's one you enjoy. I don't know off the top of my head, I'm a shadow DND shadows of the story is that the standout now when you can't play over and over, it's got ads and stuff, and magic spells and loot all kinds of crazy stuff. But yeah. Captain commando features a mummy with a pair of knives as a character. It's got a baby driving a robot as a character. It's it's bizarre and wonderful love. It has bizarre. Yep. Seven games in one bundle, downward spiral. Horace station PSP PSBR fishing's him world for PS four Xbox One, a PC hover revolt of gamers. PS four. That sounds like a message board labyrinth refrain Kovin of dusk for PS four switch NPC despite its long name really interesting looking game. I played a little bit of that at e three and it's a pretty neat looking dungeon crawler, legendary fishing, PS four and switch neon wall for PS four on form for switch. RG x. showdown for PS four scribble notes mega pack PS for Xbox One. It's which that includes DC scribbled aunts as well as criminals. Unlimited speed brawl for PS four Xbox One in switch splitting for PS four of the guardian for switch transference for PS VR and Xbox One in PC. And finally you asked for it, you got it under tail for switch, so good to see so many switch titles. Yup. I need these. Especially exciting for you team? Yeah, I think under tail, I think everyone at the office actually is a super pumped about under tail. Probably gonna re promote our review today. I think it's a very good idea because that's that's a fine. They're video grandma's long. It's really good. And Ryan McCaffrey has said that he's previewed the BART's till for like five. Actually. I think he's previewed at four times, which is really. Oh, wow. Yeah, it is, but he's he's a big fan. So yeah, perks tool was really cool series back in the day. I injected like humor into dungeon. Loss relevance, but you know, I'm Ryan says that the fourth entry is in Goodwin things often. Yeah, it's very hard to make that comeback, but world were streets of rage. Four can happen in a world where we go. Nostalgia counts for a lot. Yeah, occasional occasional. We, you know, they put really Shenmu at this point. I think we'd get any lock in chase. Has a date date Shenmu out three, no two, one into two talking about three. Oh, they will never come out release date. I think. I think it games come lots of things. I. I trust that as much. The NBA's UK playgrounds to release date announced by Chaban Arifa Vijen two ks announce NBA two k. playgrounds to that's come into the PC and consoles, October sixteenth two thousand eighteen. 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So that's the reason the three question marks used to question marks to like exhibit my excitement, so I appreciate that there are people out there that do the same. I try try question my ex, but yeah, I mean, I get it like I love single player game some totally happy to like rail on and on and on about the characters and the motivations and the settings. And you know the visuals and just talk about the story line on all the arcs. I love that kind of conversation, but I get it. And I think that there's a different kind of narrative to the multi player experience. One of my favorite reviews I've ever written was further original Titanfall and like I liked the way that I framed the review was. Taco at the time, the way that frame the review was the like stories and narratives that happened in my multiplayer experiences. And if you remember that game did not have a single player at all. It was just a multiplayer game, but it's still felt like it had stories that I could talk about, but there were stories I had with my teammates my enemies. So I think there's like, you know, totally life to even kind of confused the to destroy the stories that happened to you. Exactly. Yeah. Also, which in a way you know is more personal and interesting or can be. Yeah. Yeah. What about right now? Is there anything won't you play over the last year? That's really well. So I generally talk about destiny. Like we have a destiny show. That's all we talk about. And we have like our call of duty experts or battlefield experts. So, oh, it's it's called crap. I don't even team chat. Thank you. It's slipped my mind. I was like the daily those on it. Chat show whatever they got naming. Yeah. And then you know, we're, we're also discussing other potential future shows, but you know, we talk about call of duty games all the time. We talk about battlefield all the time, and then my personal favorite, which we don't have a show for, but it's been the multiplayer game that I've played. Most recently is Mario tennis. Yeah, and that's because it scratches my competitive edge. Oh boy. Well, that's a game with a single player. Mode was kind of disappointing for most people. Yeah, know garbage don't don't even play it completely gloss over. Actually. I think you'll unlock some stuff if you play through, but completely garbage. As far as I'm concerned, it is the multi-player that is where it's at, and it's really fun to like sit on the couch with someone or play remotely or whatever it is. Please doubles this for s for small, two player games. I don't like other people. So with the exception of occasional cow Cooper, I will play ice hockey with you on switch online, played battle block theater. Oh, yeah, absolutely. So cute. Yeah, about a block. What brought about a block the? Oh, my. I think you gotta move toward the left. Oh, oh, wow. That's really pointing at them. He's like, DC. This should be really proud. That's fair. Innocent bad like Photoshop. If you're listening right now. For this episode on YouTube yearly. Do today's the day? This d- Rexiti seven today's the day that tend to switch online launches, but I'm still a a weight that's pardon me pronounced d. Rowe from d. Rowe eighty seven as the date intended switch online launches, but I'm still a bit fuzzy and how to access to how access to the library of classic Nintendo games will work, will we be able to download the games to play like XBox games pass? We have to stream the game, so I play station now have polished if you've addressed this before, but I feel like this deal Tulleson glossed over at one of the new online services. Disgust, thanks for your help. My understanding is that they're available streaming style, but because an intendo rom. So ridiculously unthinkable. Small like Nintendo Rama's measured not megs or gigs, but in k. it's simply a ridiculously tiny thing that I suspect that you just get just talk, tuck them away in a corner of your memory somewhere and then checking to see, I can't confirm that. But since. They work when you're away for up to a week. Yeah, I think it's probably just popping them all into Europe storage, medium somewhere yet. So that's the key detail that kind of informs what it is. I believe you do download it and play. You're not like streaming because you can play off line. It's just the check in is for your subscription to make sure that you have in online subscription. So at this point we call it a streaming service, but I think it's streaming the whole thing down to you and then held in cash somewhere. That would be my guess. I'm not a technical expert, but I think that's probably how it works. It's been a log show. So we're headed for squatter this one from Kaelin Hurley, hey, kind of funny games, daily crew, the Cummings this coming Sunday, the twenty third of September. I'm hosting a panel at e. g. twenty eight team. That's the euro gamer expert expo on the future of VR. It's my first time hosting a panel. I think it's a great opportunity for furthering my career in the VR industry. So I'd like to ask if you guys have any advice for hosting or being on a panel and you guys do this regularly. So any kind of advice or insight would be invaluable. Secondly, I'm unsurprisingly concerned about being able to gather an audience like most trade shows are. UN's of exciting new games to play and also many exciting developer panels. My panel happens to take place at the same time as media molecules, dreams panel. Sorry, worried I won't have much of an audience. Do you have any advice on how to get an audience? And is it possible you could inform UK best friends about the panel via kind of funny games daily. Consider yourself so informed best friends in the UK. We have some really exciting panels from all realms of the VR industry are cades hardware and headset, economics, developers, community managers influence is going to be a lot of influencers. It's going to be a lot of fun. I hope some UK best friends were attending EG x. next Sunday can make it. Thanks for all you do by the chicken, some flowers once in a while. This one from Kalem. So that first question, any advice on hosting or being on a panel as completely over prepare. So that's the owner. Of that. But so I actually haven't hosted a lot of panels. But what I did was I made sure I use my phone quite often. I have a timer which, you know we have one as well, just see consistently keeping track of how much time we have left on your questions. I keep my notes of the questions that I will be asking and what I do when I write my notes down is I make sure to bold certain key words. So that added glance, I could look at it. Remember what my question is and then still be engaged in the conversation. A couple of other tips from hosting recent panels is the first time I hosted a panel. It was for Facebook gaming at e, three this year, and I'm mostly left it to the panelists, have the conversations and I felt it was I came away like thought it was informative, but a little dry. And so you have a responsibility as the host to kind of like have those conversations ongoing. So I wouldn't be afraid of at the time. I didn't want to inject myself. But after that, I hosted a Facebook aiming panel again, at games, calm, and I decided to kind of inject myself and I felt like it was a little bit. More natural. And it also suggested to the panelists that they could be a little bit more natural themselves rather than. Question answer. Question answer. Question answer. It's all great advice. Thank you from tastic and then there was another one that I had, but I forget now Hello research. So this is part of the over preparedness is researching the hell out of your panelists, even if you know them very well. I think it's worth like doing a Google seeing if anything new came out something in their past. One of the panelists that I researched I went back seven years in her YouTube fishery, which I feel a little bit stock re about doing, yeah, but it was like really interesting because she made a video about her mom viewing her YouTube comments about her and like what that experience was like for for her mom to like, be reading all these kind of nasty sexualize, whatever else, comments about her daughter and then the conversation that they had. And I thought it was a fascinating point to bring up because it was the panel is about like women in gaming experiences. So because I done that research, I was able to ask that question. So do your research on the topic on the panelists on everything. I'm not going to be able to adult. Lot to tina's expert advice here. I, I've done three panels and like the last two or three weeks. I think a couple of packs and when it crunchy roll expo with Yuji Horry and in addition to everything, Tina just said, which is all right, breathe. Relax, have fun. If you prepare understand that no matter how well you prepare, you're not going to get everything in you thought you were going to. Yeah. So like they run overtime, which is always good, just let it go. That's why you have to have the the stop watch. So you can know how much time you have left so you can skip over certain questions. Remain me exactly end when she skip over some questions. Remember your audience doesn't know your plan. You know you left something out. Yeah, they don't. Yeah, you can kind of on the fly, tweak that mealy and they'll never know the difference just have fun man, good time. Enunciate and nunciate. Use your booming, Jared voice, booming Jared for not. No, I think so. You hit you very energetic. You gotta be open the water beforehand. The last panel I was on, I felt great about opening the water in the middle of it for some reason. So I just sat there staring at it like I would love some water right now, and I don't know why I'm not just doing so open it beforehand. Make noise in the middle? No, it's fine to just open it during like no one's going to be like why she opening the water because I didn't wanna make noise and like to straggle aren't great, you. That's true. Yeah. Yeah. The last panel I was at was was that packs and it was just like standard? Yes, standard. Pacts Mike's, yeah, that's fair. That's a good one too. If you have access to the sound sound crew before the panel sit down with the whole panel practice, make sure can handle other MacOS. That's one of the hardest things. Yeah. And a lot of people tend to like, I feel like I might have been doing it just now actually just kind of turning and looking. You want to be natural, but you you wanna make sure you're still centered around the money. We can look at the children here. It's okay completely after I got. The panel, you never know. So that's why it's good to make sure. Also, I advise you if you plan on using this later on, even if it's being streamed, even if it's being recorded, even if it's being taped, bring your own extra camera and your own audio recorder and hook it into the sound rig and get it back up because sometimes the stream to say, you know, you're doing a superman panel with Greg Miller and the stream directly through twits somehow just goes away and his lost forever. And fortunately have an audio backup and you're happy about it. Oh, as backup. Always. Good to hear. All right, ladies and gentlemen, it has been one heck of a games daily. I am so terrified of the YouTube comments on the lengthiest thing, but you know what? We're just forging ahead and it's time to see what we got wrong. We've had a lot of time. What do you think? How much do we get wrong now? Do is this for today? This is right now. They're rectus. This is how it works and editor then went to kind of fun. That is news everyday part of the process. All right. Where's that code? I should know it by now several days. Now you've done. You don't want Kevin. That's the first thing you got wrong. All right. Okay. Well, first off guy from Zaire the x. and kingdom hearts union x. is pronounced key bullshit. Move on. Yeah. Okay. Kingdom hearts. Three fifty eight over two days is pronounced kingdom hearts, three, five, eight days over to, hey guys. The active joke that was from Zaire. Also the actor you're ferring to on thirty rockets Deepa Shammy that's from Eric. Kebabs is according to business insider, the top five twitch streamers are internal follower count our number one ninja and then some other guys. Thank you there. Kebabs we're right about that guy. He's confirmed Columbia road. Let's see. So night's storms is I'm from Miami originally from Chicago, and we do not call it a hand slap. Danette man. You're not supposed to tell people. Right, right. It's so gross selling. It is kinda gross louts out. Let's see. Kebab says joke about a baker's dozen. It's never hits thirteen items. Considering how upsetting the Trump story was in the chat. You'll probably be a contentious moment and can kind of funny games daily history. Oh, great. Oh boy, no one washes a belt says, Ryan, man. Let's see. Yeah, sounds like a personal opinion benefactor yards, more of an opinion. Lord Sapone says, actually, twelve guardians, beat the rate in the first twenty four hours. A third team of six finish twenty four hours in two minutes. Just missing out on the emblem. Let's see. Chitty chat chat says, Jared said, let us know and you're wrong. If tina's jokes are funny, Jared was wrong. That's not what the year wrong for segment is four. Jarod flees. You know what I stand properly chasing Chet was correct. I think that that probably wraps it up. So we did pretty good. Yeah, I kinda bad. There was a confirmation in their indeed, ladies and gentlemen. We have done games. We have done thirteen stories. We have done way more with penises than we ever thought. We do here today, Tina Amini you do great stuff over there. Dijan Nike. Anything you want to highlight in particular before we go with, you know, just keep an eye out. We have a lot of interesting, big previews coming up. It's all. 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