20 Episode results for "Tober"

DTH Weekend History edition

Daily Tech Headlines

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

DTH Weekend History edition

"This is the daily tech headlines weekend history edition consider that on this day. I've Tober twenty-seventh nineteen Ninety-four HotWired launched bringing with it. The first large quantities sales of banner ads AT and T Zima MCI Volvo Club Med and one eight hundred collect all plunked down for the privilege daily tech headlines. We'll be back to the news Monday through Friday talk to then.

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Ep.335 - Ooops!

Trent365

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Ep.335 - Ooops!

"Takeout. They walked up so three hundred and thirty five Trent three sixty five today is Wednesday, the thirty first of all Tober, and it's official. Oscar it up of messed up the numbering. If you realize just posted episode three hundred thirty four today's well on the thirty first of Tober, so why to episodes on the same day, we're quite simply back in June the seventh and eighth of June. She I posted over two consecutive days. Two separate episodes with the same episode number episode one eighty nine so if you remember also we started the show back on the first December last year. So here we are at the end of October. There's any thirty days in November. So today has to be at beside three thirty five not three thirty four the counts out. So what have I done posting this bit of an upset pursued? And what's the lesson to learn a little bit? Like, I said the other day about owning your own shit. If you make mistakes face up to it put it on the table and just move on. Obviously, the consequences of this not really significant the realities I could've just probably gone through. Nobody would have even noticed if I change the numbers. Let's be honest. But I just felt it was worthwhile. Putting it out there like this as a mistake because it also speaks to these idea of perfection being overrated. You know to me. It doesn't really matter in the overall scheme of things you screw up. You make him stay who really ks. So I think the mission for me is number one became before you post something once it's out there tied to take it back and number two. Who cares? Just roll with it. Right. Or that's it for that. I thank you for tuning. I will be back again tomorrow. So yeah. You just heard was published with anchor got something you wanna say to the creator of the show. Send them voice message using the anchor app free for an Android.

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Mini halfway house not even close camp widow moved date to fall??

The big d zone

06:19 min | 6 months ago

Mini halfway house not even close camp widow moved date to fall??

"How twenty twenty a daud. A complete and utter failure. The straw that broke the camel back officially came to day. So not only then when I was a six also when I was talking about money in the bank and had two interviews and I was so rookie forward to finally get out Spring Them. Louis get out of the second ballot to travel out of town to go somewhere to go to camp widower and July July fifteenth only comment find out that day today. Find OUT THAT. They're lily. Email hot we're to do breaking news learn to how can I put had the mold to Tober Tober doing a fall doing mother. Halloween and the beginning becoming October October. The ninth. I- Tober the ninth have to but I was looking forward to get outta here in the summer. Well I could go to silver dollar city but also looking forward to getting out of town after being stuck like in a mini mini. Now many halfway house and just got it to day so bad enough that I'm going to be able to go to a solid North Carolina for the granting. It's only going to be elected by people elected officials that's going to be going there and we're just voting on them mean delegates to vote by mail. Charlotte North Carolina Dow but can't little. It's been moved to La. Tober told this John Paul at that time. Give it little liberal. Crudely thane in the memory insane memory insane in the brain insane in the memory insane in prying insane in made if the faint where. I can't go anywhere not I left. I see a dollar city and I don't even know when that up. They claim that they're going to be opened up in June ever. They claim they. I am furious. This is no longer make twenty twenty your year if all St Corino that As one of the wrestling pub prevent that are watching you to say St Carino took it all this year is done it at all. Done me wrong. I still the not told them. Maybe I could get partial my money back as be short day or I could probably lay on. The eighth has already paid for the hotel already. For the being the fact that was started I was GONNA die. I mean prepaid already so maybe I could transfer it to go probably going to eat. Wow why I wanted to get out of town for a while to get out of the core team to get out half halfway how to get out of prison to get out of jail that we all update into the whole half of the year is gone. And don't give the going back to school now. Go to number with. Doesn't make no BLEEP BLEEP bleep in thins at all. It doesn't may no stand none absolutely to Luli none. How do you do that? How do you do that? How are you gonNa make kids going to school? Ended already getting hot. No like that. What what fluctuate too much like the stock market. The one fluctuate rate. You know who of course is GonNa win. You don't know what's GonNa win. We'll be hot would be coded body can get coded. The fuse like arrive went ahead hot or cold. What's some of the -pletely obliterated been obliterated?

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343 - A Manual Intervention

You Need a Budget

03:54 min | 2 years ago

343 - A Manual Intervention

"My name is Jesse mecum. This podcast number three hundred forty three for wine or teach you for rules to you, stop with and paycheck to paycheck, get out of debt and save more money. I feel like it is time in my own life to do a bit of a manual intervention. I have grown to love the feature that is direct import where it syncs with my Bank, pulls in transactions that Julie or I may have missed, and we just categorize and we're on our way, however. I have noticed that it has made me moderately more complacent in my. In my transactions with my budgeting, I have this feeling that it'll be caught, you know, it'll, it'll be caught. It'll importer catch it. And I think my awareness and as a result, my scrutiny this suffering as a Warentest goes up, your scrutiny goes out of reach of your purchases. You just start to carry a little more. It's not because you should or shouldn't care that much. It just happens. You just care more because you're more aware of what your money is doing. And I want to feel a little more awareness. I just wanna feel it. So I think I'm due for a bit of a manual intervention. I propose that you and I do an experiment where we go full bore manual, only disconnect the accounts that are connected to the Bank and input everything manually that. Would mean on my end that instead of doing my import on Sunday or maybe even every other Sunday, I would probably just be looking at my Bank daily at the most every other day, and I just be adding the transactions feeling each one of them, maybe reliving that moment where the money just kinda slip through my fingers intentionally or not with purpose or not, I think are black box category are miscellaneous. It's called the other category. I think that other category would think the spending would drop their think activity would decrease. I think in the awareness would make us look at those transactions a little more closely. Anyway, this is an idea I have if you're in with me, if you think maybe we could do what, what say you maybe the month of. October. What if we declared October to be just a manual month? And I realize mayor March could have been a better manual month because it's like March's manual or may March madness manual. There could have been a marketing thing there, but be that as it may what if we did all of Tober you and I and we input every single transaction dude on your phone did on the computer, whatever, but do that and see what happens. I'm going to do it. I'm doing all of October, and I'll report back and let you now goes, if you're into this right me podcasts that you need to budget dot com or podcast at unit budget dot com. And let me know that you're in on this just for October and all right back and you and I will treat other on together. We got this. I think it'll be a bonus. I think it'll be a boon. I think it'll be a big plus for finances. You and I, and I think. That awareness that I'm looking for. I think I'll find it until next time follow on Fs, four rules, and you will win financially. You've never budgeted like this.

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After The Show 605: 3 From Hell Podcast

After The Show Movie Podcast

1:10:12 hr | 1 year ago

After The Show 605: 3 From Hell Podcast

"You're listening to the after the show moved podcasts from Ascoli Dot com confined this podcast on the James Music stokes. Google play youtube voice assistance. Just say listen to after the show maybe focused and you can also find ace corey dot com where we post written reviews. KC The way area hosts hey scully on sits hello. Welcome to another thrilling installment of after the show. PODCAST said talk talking to me. Yes a thrilling. I've already here. You're under welcome me you need to make this installment thrilling I. That's not my job. That's Halloween's job. It is shocked Tober Hall Tober hard over I don't know makes me laugh whore. Tober not W. H. H. O. R. E. T. O. B. are just a joe are because it's horror you've decided this month we would actually follow through you with what I've said for the last ten years. Let's do horror doing up during October. And now we're doing. It was awesome. Tried to pretend like it was your the idea which is hilarious. This is the thrilling conclusion of horror toe. Because we're down to our next week. We've watched four in a row but next week is it's delicate work now no November next week so next week gets November Tober. It'll be birth Tober because that's my birth month. All the movies should celebrate me. They should all be about you. Let's pull that up. Please let accomplish that. You'll so vain. I bet you think this the song is about. Maybe that's not me sung fear and it was going to. I WANNA whole entire movie love songs. Probably in a movie and that's all about me so Some of these youngsters. They won't even know what we're talking about all right so it is Saturday before the show before the after the show right because we were doing that and I was doing this and we were talking about this movie which we're going to continue to do now so what we are if you let me. I'm just saying you get skip the before the after the show. Oh discussion introduction. But you can't talk doing the intro. I can talk whenever all right starting the define stop all right. It's October the twenty six. This is hall Tober number four after the show. Six hundred and five remove a review podcast whereabouts review a movie. Not Movie is three from Hell. Two Thousand Nine hundred movie so on Blu Ray and four K.. And digital right now now rated R.. Actually we watched the own rated and is from our friends at Lionsgate. You send a copy for review said talk. AW UTILIZE The synopsis of three from Hell. And then I'll give you the one off the box speech. The no synopsis is just three crazy. EMMER efforts on try not to swear so much morever doesn't even know with them. No they say that word enough in the movie. I'm a little spent on it right now so I will say three psychotic. People just terrorizing other rebel. So the characters from previous rum's on be flicks rum Zombie. Roms Ambi- the Rob Zombie. All right but that's my synopsis. Enin pretty sure that is not. What's on the box? No on the books is I. There was house of a thousand copies. Then there was the devil's rejects now from writer director. Rob Zombie Ron. Zombie comes the next blood-soaked chapter in the most violent crime saga in movie history. Three from hell after barely surviving. Inga furious shootout with the police. Spoilers Baby Firefly Otis driftwood and captain spaulding a behind us. Appear Evil cannot be contained. An a firestorm of murder madness mayhem will be released in this terror writer. Hell I'm back. Dang no that is not. What does that one's pretty in depth but again it doesn't really spoil and spoil it? I don't think you can Dan. These aren't the kind of movies spoil all right so let me start with a quick history of Rob Zombie watching of movies. I of watched house thousand. COPSES and Devil's rejects. I think Devil's rejects his rob zombies. Best movie of all I will. I'm still in that camp after after watching three from hell never watched Halloween movies. But you have. Yeah and you didn't like them. No I only saw the first one. You had a different take on Halloween didn't he. Yeah which I get it I get that he has a different view of everything I mean. He's Artsy Guy Right right but that just was wasn't good wife in those two yes she was she wants. She's not what made it not good though. Is it like his those like Hollywood type movies over those kind of grind. ELC like the Hollywood right little less. GRUNGE ENJ- right. Yeah that's what I thought. Yeah so I really loved. I liked house of a thousand cops didn't of it. I think it's okay. It's it's it's grimy and kind of dirty I like about but think devil's rejects is excellent. I still think is excellent to this day is excellent about it very well setup alike the the way it's played out as a really really cool conclusion lesion to it which I think this movie my spoil slightly evetually robbed. That robbed robbed that of its effectiveness. The the ending of Devil's rejects because this kind of cheapens the end into that true so I just really liked. It's really grimy Amy Devil's rejects kind of Dope. It's more after this movie is actually and I really like it. My favorite movie of is so three three from Hell is obviously the sequel. Devil's rejects and they will be spotless from this point onwards because I don't think we could talk about this without spoilers. So at the end. End of Devil's rejects. If you've seen it. Most people were in Sahara. Probably have they all get shot like not just shot multiple multiple bullet to to to to where you're like you see the people at movies go. Oh yeah they get. Why not thirty bullet shots into them? All them in the back of a open-top car drive in the police just mowed them down. And that's the end into it that they go out in this blaze the glory and they're all dead turns out in this movie. How are they still alive? They just seven to survive. They survive the bullet holes. How they don't say them? I don't know there's no explanation. See this movie starts like a documentary. It's like news footage from from saying like. Oh the what do they call themselves. The firefly family I mean. What do the Media Column Torri from Hell? Don't ever say that the the headlines on all the newspaper clippings from Hell three from hell so they it starts off with all this. TV footage news clippings showing you that they survive this unsurvivable thing and then. They're all obviously put into the prison. Because they killed loads of people on their rampage. During Devil's rejects horrible wretched human beings. Don't motorist yeah. Don't be delusional about like all. Aw romanticizing or anything. It's they're awful and obviously I've watched I have seen not trombone killers about twenty five times. I actually know the dialogue. Look I've seen it that much and this whole the whole thirst. Our of this movie borrows from a lot. There's actual shots the adjust like it seems the just like it with and it goes from that perspective of Khan serial killers mass murderers be like adored and celebrity and they go from the angle right with D. Think he's making that statement or do you think you didn't give a shit about any of that. I'm not sure but like it when it basically does just what natural born killers does it shows you this angle of you know. These people are ratchet but people love them like. You might be watching this movie I said to you. Do you like these people know like at the the end of the movie. I you like. Oh please rooting for him. Not Reading for them and I didn't root for the natural killers either because they were hassles. No I'm not I don't get swayed by the Popular Culture even if it's fictional. Now then there are people who do and that's where it gets we it doesn't it. Well like Munson. They try him out for an interview and people like yeah. Yeah like what he's saying. Yeah you know unless like they pick out one single element of what that person has said or something they done and that is like a confirmation bias for the person so if the if the criminal says like f the police corrupt system. Screw the the police and the person viewing them has that same mind already then they become a fan of that person and what they're doing being in the rocky do it in fiction also if those characters were portraying something you're already pissed off about you know what I mean even if it's like domestic terrorists in a movie maybe as the bad guys and then they're saying stuff even if it's Thanos let's just talk about the knows. His idea. Is that humanity in in life everywhere in the universe is just corrupt and terrible and there's much action needs to be fixed and he's GonNa take care of it. You might get on board with that little little grain of an idea and then all of a sudden you sympathize with him altogether. 'cause you're like will I get it right so I think that's what happens. Happens in real. Life happens with fictional characters and he portrayed it right I mean pretty quick into the point it was only like a two minute beginning where it's like you know. They're cult heroes is now and people support them and then we can move on you. You understand what they're saying and then then like this movie. I almost felt like this to me. It's like like split in half and it almost is split in half like is two hours long and right in the middle it changes. It's like this this movie at the beginning. Where it's about this this you know about these three and the celebrity and them actually coming back together because you like oh well? They're all life in prison so how they will. There's a way they all we'll get together out of prison and then right in the middle of the movie turns into this so the movie didn't it when they get some Mexico yet where it's like same but yeah different. Yeah go different vibe and everything I it's like Oh they stumble into something else like I would say that pasta comes back to kind of hone them. Hello is what happens. And the they stumble into the wrong place at the wrong time and then it becomes like you know I was thinking of like a Robert Rodriguez last movie like a El Mariachi are machete. Even it it's like this exploitation of Mexican like that I. I didn't feel like it changed the vibe. That much just changed the scenery. Yeah but you know it felt like it was split in half though there. Was this grimy. You like escape while escape of murder prison movie and then there was this action movie almost at the end right because it slogans and it's schouten and then it's like a big stunned off in a Mexican didn't it didn't play out like the end of true romance or anything like that. No but it's like a Malaika Malaika say like you've not seen El Mariachi but that's what it felt like to me the whole vibe of the envelope with the machine guns and the but it wasn't like constant stint also you know it wasn't like just a constant bullet fast it was like shoot 'em up wait awhile shoot up way while couple shoots wait awhile so I really feel the same violent. I really like zombies like F- dope kind of vibe to his things. This movie feels really grimy and dirty and it looks. I thought it looked really good for his budget. Like it really shop and it's got this he does a thing to make it look like a grind house movie so it looks kind of Taty and but it still very clear you know what I'm saying I like are all looks. He does really cool light in like things look interesting vote and I liked it. There was some really violent parts in it like in the middle. It got really after dope. I thought the how home invasion. Let's call it. Yeah very it. Wasn't that was the beginning really. Yeah well the towards the end of the first bit beginning of the movie leads you to. Yeah it was kind of after Paul up like it got more more more apt up than how the motel seen in house of a thousand corpse or in Devil's rejects checks. Well that's pretty after two. Yeah but this was. They're upping the ante when she's chasing the naked woman down the street and just disturbing a law stubbing going on his has lost dubbing in this movie but it I was like wow they really what you might be the because we watched the unrated version. You think that that scene in particular was probably the stabbing what I noticed. Was We've seen a lot of horror movies. Lots of stabbing. Yeah we're not affected like oh I think I just saw a person gets stabbed. So horror movies don't really affect us the same way as other people when I'm seeing someone get stabbed or shot I've seen enough making of video and footage and understand how how shit gets done behind the scenes a little bit. I've never made a movie but I get it but watching that that scene I was like that's really good stopping fact. Yeah it was. A naked person is different than stabbing a person with layers of clothes. You don't show anything you just put the knife down and it's probably one of those. What do they call it like it? The way goes retractable late. And then a blood pocket doc it pops and then they're they're closed get all bloody. This is just a person naked. I was focused on that like. Wow how did the special effects people do do that. And it wasn't a night. Yeah so I'm a little bit removed. I think some I mean from zombies always been gratuitous for violence end end unnecessarily proud of the violence. I'm not a huge fan of that aspect of it but I like the sort of full frontal pardon the Pun of it. The it's kind of like fuck everybody. There's swearing I'm just going to do it right. And then I get a worn down by it after a while. And that's why I was focusing on the actual special effects versus what I'm really seeing but I thought that was pretty impressive. Yeah I do too. I think it was an there was is a question coming up in my head. The entire time in the movie join cushman question. Your question was does this really need to be done this movie. You like this. Not a fair question thing movie needs to be done I think is because I really liked the way the devil's REJEC sentence and soon as explained in this one oh look they just survive that I it kind of I was like Oh okay. They've survived it and then there's GonNa be something cool that comes out of it but I don't think any I don't think it really amounts to anything. What happens is there's a lotta the violence? Yeah they go to Mexico. There's a Lotta violence and then ends right. That ends the same as the devil's rejects. Does Not really. It's the same amended they're in they're in an open-top car the driving and they're just not being shot. Yeah it's the same end in now with the music. So yeah it took doc as a as I watched it and I enjoyed seeing the characters again even though the heinous and spoil his again I did say to you as the credits roll. I said too. I am very surprised that they didn't kill them this time because I'm not because he wanted to find a way to you. Use them again and then he did find a way and so wants to use them again. Zoe say again positively. And if it's got this big of a cult following as they made eight at sound like why would you ditch them. You know I mean you even ten more years you've got an either even different dynamic different possibility so leave your doors open you know. Now there's a big difference in this movie from the Devil's rejects. Is the three of them. There's a new addition edition because Sid Haig played captain. spaulding was the main the main three empire the main three in devils. But he's very sick so he wasn't in this movie as much so they replaced him with that guy from thirty one news kind of crazed not that not the character. The actor and I think he was really good. I thought it was good. I was a bit sad at the beginning when I didn't know the said. Hey G- was not going to be really part of the movie and I just kept thinking he really creeped me out. Always like Devil's rejects. He's creepy as F- every time you see him. It's like it's kind of disgusting looking true but I had the opposite effect. Very glad he wasn't in the rest of the want him to be dead. I'm just saying I was. I didn't I thought he was the weakest part of those. It was one of my favorite bits and so I was like that. It's just over the top. I know they're all over the top but I have the threshold. I guess where. I'm just like okay. Calm makeup on. He's just is. I think he's a pretty memorable character in that movie. So if you're GONNA love him in this movie maybe a minute maybe. Two minutes at the beginning yeah meets impactful he gets to like a a monologue aloke which is Kinda cool but the replaced him with another guy who I actually did a good job currently on his voice voice that guy what does he see. What else does he do because I like his voice? Yeah you know what. I didn't really like thirty one. The very beginning of thirty one where he does that. What he's pointing corneas makeup on? It was that speech into the mirror. Yeah he's his that monologue part of that movie can afford your heart monologue. It's a right. Yeah I remember watching you turn on that movie and then he starts through that monologue and you like. Oh Wow this is this. Is something amazing. This is going to be great. Like this is next level stuff and then to movies just real generic and doesn't really it's just like like a crappy version of hostile or or something or game show thing whether yeah you know whether he should people in a thing and again like you would. I don't think any movie doesn't have shouldn't exist assist. I might not like it. But that doesn't mean it should be erased or never made or whatever but it didn't seem to move anything forward. No Oh and this is really unless you. I mean if you love these characters love is a strong you we've discussed. Some people will love these characters. You get to see them. Do most of which there stuff happens to killing people and you get them. You know they've got some like snippy dialogue with each other. Uh I think I do. Baby is like she's kind of mental in this one. She's not the same as she was in in the second one. She's almost like a different person. Oh she was pretty mental thought. The one that's why I always like this this was a bit. Ott for me like she'd imprison for over ten years being abused but she has mental health issues that are not being addressed raw. She's just been left to go crazier than she was to begin with. We have to go back to house thousand corpses. That was our family. Yes so there's been no break in the time for her to come out into the real world to have any sort of real normality. She's gone from that to murdering to prison too crazy. Yes let's go onto the a custody was there anything you would say about the plot before you or anything. It was stuck out to you or I mean the plot is just basically like you said they recovered from the last thing. They're old so we had to give them a time. Skip and then they are not imprison anymore and a bunch of people die as a result so the only thing I can think of that is linked to anything when he says to machete. Revenge sucks or something like that you know payback is hell and and then I was like what are we talking about. We've never seen him criss-cross with Michelle. Maybe that's another movie exactly. That's not like somehow that's going to be like a prequel or something for something else so moving onto the custom Sheri Moon Zombie Prizes. A role is baby firefly she was a bit. Ott imparts but then another pass. I kind of liked to yeah. There were passenger the beginning when she was in the courtroom and stuff where she was just playing goes a bit but there again she is kind of in the hedge and she's yeah she's a maniac but then you can put it in a bit towards the end and she wasn't quite so absolute or maybe I just got used to. I was thinking I was trying to figure it out while I was watching. It was because I got used to the style of what she was doing and then I was I was like okay. She's going but also he's seems like he likes lots of dynamic things going on and so in that instance we're in a room kind of like the courtroom but it's not like a parole hearing. She sitting in a chair. Everyone else's sitting in chairs tables were just having short little discussion. Not much going on except for the questioning so the cameras going back and forth back and forth. He seems like we've seen enough of his movies to know he likes movement. And when something happening so her acting like Twisting your head and flipping with their fingers is something happening other than questions exactly now. She played it totally down toned at like like she was sort of you know Jack. Nicholson one flew over the CUCKOO's nest just after the you know kind of like bull. That wouldn't have had the same. You know what I mean. If she just sat there answer that Clinton's actually I took the same actually I was just thinking not trouble and killers when the capture Juliette Lewis and she they put her in the cell and she just pretends that she's just mellow and nothing nothing wrong with a real and then they let Nettie in the cell with her and she just rip out Israel this character. I don't think thinks she's aware that she's crazy. Yeah but she doesn't know how it gives Chissano. Well she can't like turn it off and on his her regular state. It's it's her. Yeah that's about the character in. Yeah she can be a little more in this than I have in anything else. I will say that for sure when she does get to. You do some crazy stuff. Yeah and she you know she. You might have seen the poster of the cover for this movie where she's wearing like native American can headdress. In kind of yes. It's more of an image. It's very striking. Look yeah has got tattoos from prison. She's been tattooed up so she's pretty striking to look out the entire time. She never really down she she just like I said to you as well. She looks like she really smells. But I said to you. You're in the beginning of the movie. Oh she looks really smells. And then in the middle of the movie she snifter after Oh non-payment ooh I need help so they got that right because she did she smelled bill. Moseley returns is Otis driftwood food. I really liked Bill Moseley in this. I think he's pretty. STOIC reminds me of who an uncle of mine I don't know you know with the big beard and the CAP is very stoic. Glad when he talks like very intellectual a little bit Not really more like Charles Manson right hope it not like now like that far but there's a bit of rambling in a bit of roughness and like I could live in the woods when the man comes to take us all down that kind of shit that's what he yes we have that in every family has that I think Bill Moseley plays this character. Really good though I really. He seems after but then he also seems like there are times where you like always actually actually pretty reasonable like he can discuss something with somebody. Is Everything Yeah. He's just a person he's also had the left up childhood because he's the brother and sister. I don't know if you mentioned mentioned that. He in heaven baby are brother and sister. She's baby and he's Otis so he had all that after childhood and then the family they have to watch the movie but doesn't turn out well and he is. Yeah he's like if you were going into war against a big enemy you might want him on your side side yeah. He's insane and brutal and horrible and also he knows how to think through things so it's kind kind of an interesting character. Yeah any sympathy for him. I think they should be Ni- lated but hey yeah of course but as far as like a a personnel you know but then again he reminds the audience even when not to go no. I'm the guy who likes taking people's faces off like skinny people even says at one point so he is. Sometimes you might think Oh east like the one who's together but none of them and then they replaced just the captain's bowling guy with this new guy. He's Richard break from day one he's winslow and why is he like half Berlin. Yeah what else does he was thirty. One the mango what else. I don't actually know what else but as voice is really like you mess memorizing. He's like the half brother. Yeah you don't know that you don't know about this conveniently now with them exactly well they had. Yeah they can't help it said hey pass away no that's true and yes it did actually died just the end of this movie as they were editing. I'm surprised they didn't put it in the credits for him like dedicated servant. I Dunno zombies Rob Zombie that hey what are you know about this. I don't know he's very straightforward. Like he would have dealt with all that in real life not on the movie screen. You know I always a stranger to me exactly idea you know I know. So Yeah This Richard Bright Guy is. It's not exactly like the courage to replace thirty one. But it's just kinda like redneck he like. Would you say. Yeah what one of the characters from like Texas chainsaw massacre or something. He's like one of talkative scary a little bit but he does that thing. We held the shotgun in one hand. You know. And he's got like the stinky. Look like you smell bed. Do they smell bad too. Yeah this movie just feels dirty and smelly like I wouldn't want smell-o-vision with this movie because it'd be pretty nasty also. I want to story about this. Half brother got involved because that means. Where's he been here? Yeah we didn't get. What life did he? That was one of the things where we like what I was like. Well I understand. We need another one but because it's three from hell what like he wasn't really covered. Was it very well Did you see he's been even game of thrones. Don't remember him Liz. The Night King Ali was the night king. Well says he's only two episodes. When you know the night can guess but maybe was on that in these two episodes the Nike never said anything though? Jerry who says two thousand fourteen to two thousand fifteen. That's all right the night king so he must have just been the. Cgi Guy Making let me look it just curious this Elliott. There's pictures of him as the night game. So that's like body actor like Um Yeah where you do the motion capture and stuff. Yeah I didn't know it was him the now. The kind of physique as very lanky Lumpkin thin like who else we go and I liked him. I liked him the actor guy a lot. I actually thought he brought quite a lot to it. I I I was like Oh really going to the guy like I was GonNa play book a works because you don't know how crazy he is and he just seems like the guy who's you'd think he's going to be the guy just goes along with them but in fact he's also just yeah but he plays it a lot different. He's not like Doobie. He enjoys what what he's doing. Yeah where's the I think it's just built on the to them to be causing destruction and havoc and he's kind of made the choice along the way and he's kind of jokey But not like over the top kind of Scott. Some funny lines in this which you would think I was this movie. But there's some of the stuff they say by involve oh US funny so whilst we go we go jeff. Daniel Phillips is the Walden Harper. What did you think of the world and guy? He had a really bad mustache. The characters there's really fucking annoying however the guy job of being that guy was like it was almost like cartoony. Yeah like icee late seventies early eighties hair and Brian Fund ton of from Alabama. Paul wrote income on kind of with a but not so innocent no he. He was a jerk. He was asleep bike but I kind of liked him in it. And then finally I put on Wallace. Yeah Greta keeps popping up man. She was in that horrible death house now. She's in here. She went for in this little no. She was from the howling and Cujo this as an old lady. She's like your mom's age right. I don't know what would you want. You want to keep telling my mom she's old. She's seventy one. I keep telling her. Good luck with that but she really. She just went for it in this. She was kind of. She's a prison warden now. She's a guard got got well we we call them more than the game charge of the whole place right. Don't call the Morton's she is a guard and she is looking after baby. Well yeah looking after corrupt guard. He'll say that but yeah she did a good job. Rob Zombie is director. I think you know. Just parameters editors zombies movies. Devil's rejects housing. COPS is Halloween thirty one lauds of Salem. We've never seen that one. Now what what do you think of zombies director is actually you all know that. Maybe you don't know what is as a musician before he's a director. I think the movies and this particular does look really cool shots. That look really cool. And I don't mean just because they can gruff them up to to make them look like the time period or film or whatever. I'm not really that into that necessarily but the way frame shots composition the lighting having a lot of times it's like I'm looking at the overall thing kind of mesmerized by it beyond. What's happening so I think that part heart I really enjoy and he? He seems like he's when you see the extras he's he's very particular. I'm very picky about the details and yet when someone someone seems to come to him with an idea. Yep CHIRP CHIRP that's fine. He's like dismissive but he's controlling at the same time. Yes like when you're watching the movie it's All his vision and he brings out good and people like the sets look girly good. The costumes are quite interesting and everybody kind of gets on board with with them to make this grungy awful sort of nasty reality. Look you know I mean this type of movie movie like the Grind Housi- like exploitation kind of back to the seventy s kind of flake. There's a bunch of them. I you know in the indie horror type. People make these types of movies but like this unlike machete a grind house that like the only ones that are like you know Hollywood let make Hollywood. Don't tend to make this kind of movie so I always think zombies cool because he makes what he wants to make. Yeah I like that but in the Hollywood system somehow he gets done like well the reason he gets it done this 'cause he makes a lot of money because because he sells it because people know the name Rob Zombie and when the milk is made a lot of money. Well you said this only exist because thirty one did so well. That's what I'm saying. There's not about him otherwise they were drop him. Kevin Smith doesn't get picked up and people know who he is right right. He does his own thing and actually promotes his own way. And does all that stuff I think is just because it's profitable. There's a pocket of people. It's big enough. That do the cult thing real the fan boys fan girls the obsessive people the ones who do the cause ause play and all that kind of stuff and they pay the money and you know his last film. Thirty one was actually a kickstarter. He he said I'm thinking of my goodness movie. I've got to raise money. Raise the money like in the first day on kick style and made the whole movie if you watch the credits of those. He wants full of kickstart. People's those names so like that was an experiment because this was back in the big lion's game made this movie so yeah I I always admire like that he gets is obviously making movies that he wants to see right is his own thing like I mean he is or is he. I don't know like you said we don't know maybe he's just a money making obscene of interviews with him because he's on Howard stern quite often rack and he talks about he was. He's got like a Monster Museum Museum and he's House with lows of memorabilia from different movies. But he's into the old black and white like Frankenstein. He really loves the hunchback of Notre Dame which is actually featured in Spain. Guli light horror hosts and then he also loves wolves like one thousand nine hundred seventy s exploitation of and the Zombie movies and so he is like a horror person is not like a phony loves Hora and the movies he makes. I think the kind of movies he wants to see that don't really in the Hollywood system. They just get made if you go and watch a lot out of indie horror of so because of his name and then he got some success and then some people like I want attach myself to that it just sort of. Yeah I mean he made his own thing is I do equate him to Kevin Smith because Kevin Smith House his own people and he makes his own. Movies is right there is only thing rob. Zombie is the same is wife's generally in them and he's never in the movie zombies never in his own movies. Thank south but he has his own people and he makes he seems to make what he wants to make. It's like an after version of Kevin Smith because Kevin Smith doesn't doesn't make this movie does He. So but it's like the movie that you said they WanNa see and that they've found people like them who want to see it so that's another thing I love about Rob Zombie is. He's really into documenting the making of his movies. And and if you've ever seen one of his BLU rays or DVD's for his old movies there's always a making of the is often longer than the movie and it's No. This movie has to help him by the making of from a free from Hell and sin for parts and it lasts two hours so it is actually longer than the movie. Again it's made by him is not made by. It's not like a standard extra that you go on a Blu Ray back like another movie documentary. How they made the movie? And it's really good. We marched right. Yeah it's it was the you said that you almost like the documentary. I mean I enjoy the movies and it's hard to say that because it's really horrific it's not horror to me that scary. Sorry there's no like fear in me or anything it's all about like I'm Yvonne up and you're trying to titillate me with like really Raunchy Shit. I'm just enjoying the concept and the special effects and all that kind of stuff but I forgot what I was saying about the documentary like in the document. But when I'm seeing the person make it that connects with me sitting there thinking about how they made it while I'm watching it and that doesn't bother me sometimes. It does because if I'm that distracted right thinking about the behind the scenes of a movie it might mean because I'm not liking it and I'm just like Oh God I'm so bored but this isn't the case. It's a very weird combination. It's almost like watching an art piece. Some might argue that and I'm just really curious. What's in his head? How did they get that accomplished? How they get the people to do that because a lot of that would be awkward? A comfortable notable for the performers everything so I like watching the making of I think it's I would watch it with more like a more entertained pained by watching him work than I am by his work. A few are fun though and you didn't realize there is. There's literally a two hour our documentary on this disc and I didn't know until I read the back of ood hold up so it's good value if you WANNA watch the make enough because not only is that there's also a audio commentary. We Rob Zombie throughout the whole movie. So you can get your money's worth here. I think he he is into that white making show the funds get something for the money yeah so. IMDB reviews these probably be fun right people. This is definitely definitely. Don't mean you're going to be wishy washy on your are the one-star reviews and you're gonna read them and usually we disagree but sometimes I I understand where they're coming from. I will understand on some level where the coming from on this one because it's it's not for everyone so one attend reviews. IMDB number one. I don't want to spoil anything but the firefly's were better off dead search. I hopes for this about tickets tickets the moment they were on sale commerce of checking my watch to see when it would end. I'm a huge Zombie Fund but this is a mess Zombie. Zombie Zombie Rob Rob. Okay what else. We got terrible in every possible way. I really love zombies. Music can't say the same about these. Glorified glorified exercises. He wants to present as movies. The package movies there but it's hideous from the very start. I can't stand no more can't stand on no more to useless comic like dialogue or is fifty year old wife trying to be a thirtyish hot girl watching those yeah watching chain the actors actually doing a decent job and following exotic Wade. Gory events without any background vague sense of reality. This is all one sentence by holding elvan caps. No go read some books of Madison. Our psychology the entire story looks written by some ten year olds boy. Roy where the gibberish approach to anything real still on the same. You can't breathe to start over and don't breath should should I talk about. How Co Funds? That will. I'll never except he just soaks up being director. I don't think he sucks being in director at all. He directs his movies. And that's it like like don't watch it if you don't like it what else we go. It's not an insult of any kind to watch his movie. And if you don't like it there's a button. The impresses called stop or back. Whatever device you're on sky says this is easily the worst film ever made ever made so we need to make a list of the worst movies ever made all of them? They're in competition with each other. Zombie should just stop making films. 'cause he's not very good and it's an awful. Oh Epitaph to sit hake avoided at all costs First of all you don't know because you don't know those people so you don't know what said and him kind of relationship they had so you never know who knows. You could've loved. It does not fair this one says this is the worst two movies I've ever seen an offset. I'm we're just talking about this one movie here. All over and finally with the reviews says this guy says looks like the director and screen writer on the movie to be famous for its insults. How can kill as be heroes? How horror in movie? It was L.. Sentence how horror in movie our movie I don't know any means but anyway I mean they're entitled to their opinions of course and I'm not saying I'm being snobby film person because this isn't that kind of film but I don't I guess I would assume people know what they're getting into but you know what they might not they might just see like this cover and eh dislikes interesting definitely interests differently does and then they're like. Yeah so that was. Rub zombies three from Hell. I'd recommend it to certain people who like yeah kind of. It's very specific specific film on anyone. No I wouldn't say watch this and then tell me what you think because that would be rude. It's an audience and the Audience Rob Rob note makes it fall and with probably part of the audience. I mean we're not those hard core people we'd like some We do like to watch stuff and it doesn't really bother us it's true. That's that's statement. We study numerous times. We've sat on all the way through much irreversible correct and you know talked about it and experienced it and never forgot because we both understand. It's a movie exactly exactly and it is someone's expression of some ideas. Some movies are just to exploit titillation when to make money. And that's whatever so awesome. Are you know some art paintings that are done. They're just to be appealing to the eye. So some no by hanging on the wall. It's like it's all the same kind of deal so I don't really tried. What a snob out? Too much about movies might be few lately. I've been like Oh my God. Death House was so bad it really was. But there's you gotta be a group of people who like their favorite movie ever was sit Hagan. Yes he was actually right yeah he was like he wasn't well you could could tell he wasn't well right so rest in peace Mr Hake. Yeah I appreciate what he does. I don't particularly like his characters but I I I mean really fucking disgusting kind of and yet. It's hard to even look at more than disgusting. I think you did really well. Oh good job Ted. You're discussing neck sir. Thanks to Lionsgate Film Review this movie next week. We're looking at the movie. The peanut butter Falcon. You know that one I do. Not You don't will you GONNA no. It's not on the horror anyway. We're off the horror tip back onto or the same for Christmas then Christmas movie. I do bad Santa Two. I haven't watched Hocus pocus or my God. I better watch it as a halloween. I know you've also watch the nightmare before Christmas. Which is a Halloween movie under procession Christmas? Time movie it's kind of both. You're right but I do it. Christmastime also Franken Weenie Franken. We need didn't trip my trigger. The way did yours so all right so move your recommendations. I'm going off. The back of ROB. Zombie is three from Hell. And I will recommend you machete. We didn't mention earlier. The doney trio is in this movie. You did mention it. I didn't mentioned in the cast. If you blink. You'll miss him. He's not really in. It is as much which is said. Hey isn't it. Yeah but I'm going with machete and machete kills which is the second one which I liked the second one. The second one is crazy it goes crazy at the end. You've got to admit the end of Michetti to is crazy and remember it but I assume you're correct. Yeah it involves space and a space correct. Yeah is it just like the like. Yeah whatever we're just going to go crazy with this movie and they do. I really liked it all a mayor. The Ones Grind House which rubs Zombie at a party and he made like a commercial in the middle of Grind House planet terror. Which is Robert? Rodriguez is a kind of as the same vibe as these. These movies. Devil's rejects is just like mess Kinda. Gross Messy happened objectionable sometimes like the woman. In the the devil's rejects. Yeah yes enough. I'm in you know. Some people would literally walk out because like surly. Something's wrong with us. Yeah he's very very wrong. So that's my recommendations. Rosa mine are the bad bad batch or bad batch. I forget what it's actually gold. You know what I'm talking about. Yeah it was good though in the desert we can't read yes. I really liked that one and revenge the other one that you liked a lot with the young woman and the revenge. The reason I know about revenge is a Tarantino as like. He's is list of movies that he loves every A- and revenge was on it and I was like what's revenge. I've never even heard of that one so I found it and we watched it and it was really cool. Yeah I mean it's Awful it's awful themes and people doing horrible things to other people however it's done in a way that's like kind of is a female director doing a female revenge moving revenge maybe yeah it's exploitative it is the but it's It's a little shocking and I no idea what it was or what where it was going into. I was like well. That's all right. I liked think it's French Donna. It wasn't subtitled or anything wasn't yet. Yeah the guy is. The guys didn't always think the French guys nine interesting. It wasn't always subtitled but they it was sometimes. What else hastily stove? I have been playing some new games this week call. Juicy modern warfare came out yesterday. I've played yeah we know. Well I'm not really all eight. Eight lives no not at all to be honest. Yeah maybe three hours this morning yesterday. What was it came Maui on Thursday night and then because college is so popular the service can never kinda hold up on that first night is too many people trying to connect and so And you're kind of heartbroken yacht. Couldn't connect yeah. I couldn't even play the campaign because you have to connect to load it. which is I don't know who's decision? That was Dobie because the campaign single Playa thing so why would you have to connect to the server to play. It doesn't make any sense book when they got a fixed the next day I did play like three missions of the campaign which I'm really loving so far. The campaign is very controversial like very college e I've been controversial in the past. There was a the most controversial thing Collagen did was a mission called no Russian. I think it was like maybe seven eight years ago. Where you it you know you play in in college campaign and then in the middle of the game switches to the opposite side and your all of a sudden you walk into this level level and you walk into this apple and you realize all of a sudden Oh? I'm not the good guy anymore. I'm actually the bad guy you look down and then the guy in front of a AH with your says no Russian and you'll start all of a sudden not speaking Russian and then they walk into the APO and just murder inside era like like people you you know not military regular people and you're like Oh and that was called you eat got this like. Oh they're really controversial in the news picked it open open. You never really see that in a move even do you know now so it was really ooh and this one not quite as about as that but it does open with like a horrible. Aw terrorist incident and then obviously you play the soldiers who have to track down this terrorist thing and bring the world to rights so they start off really controversial show and then it makes you want to delve into the story and going salted out basically military style. So yeah it's a good campaign is one one of my favorite one so far and then a play some of the multi-player today and the multi is light-colored. You a lot more realistic. There's no like for a few years. They went to light jet packs and it got a bit crazy actually college the a jet packs for a couple of years they add like crazy stuff like pink guns ah unique owns emblazoned on them and the you know crazy stupid kinda stuff. This one's like really realistic. Like there is none of that. They don't you kind of a pink gun for instance because the military have a pink gun. No Detroit's making it more real better. That sounds worse but well they've become more military rather than like silly so this is like serious and there was a mission. I was doing yesterday. Where like there's a woman with a baby eighty and we're infiltrating this house of terrorists and there's a woman with a baby right in front of you? You've got night vision goggles on. And she's looking at your holding the baby and so you've already like killed a bunch of terrorists in this house and she's there's a moment where you have to make a decision whether to end her with the baby maybe because she might be bad right or you don't know issue hostage. Is She actually a terrorist. I think that's what this game is going for like the anybody could be. We don't no no terrorist like it could be the most nice looking person who thinks fine but then turns out there are about to shoot you so yeah I'm really enjoying it so fis pretty pretty cool I like Collagen. Think is making a comeback this year because it's over the past couple of years people have gone off off. It got onto other things the other thing of employee and his outer worlds of played very little of it but what outer walls is is so so new game by Obsidian the people made fallout new Vegas and a RPG and in space of the the beginning is kind of like fallout. If you've ever played the fallout games. I have not but the whole universe is kind of under control role by this cooperation. And you're a person who was on a ship being transported to this world and you in Cro sleep and you were being transported will because in this universe people are property and they're owned by the corporation and this you get thought out in the middle of Suraya Sleep and ended up crashlanded on this planet and as far as I've got to I found the city and there's people stood outside the city and there's is a giant graveyard and I talked to the Guy I'm like I'm lost. I'm trying to find fuel from a ship and the guy's like. Oh yeah this is our graveyard where all owned wound by the cooperation. People are owned by the corporation and these graves our graves for when we die and we have to pay for them all our lives like we. We stopped paying for them. Yeah so these these graves a grave. I'm only twenty years old when I die. That's where I'm going but I'm paying for it and you know like everything has been like monetize including all the people so I'm in this universe and I don't really a concept of it because when I was playing cry asleep. None of this occurred so I'm going to try and rescue everybody. I think from just saying corporate slavery the Outer Worlds Cool thing is that's a AAA game like a sixty dollar game but it's actually on the game plus xbox game us again again. If you've never used that game pass you can get it for a dollar for a month and just try this game if you want to and third which is not a game name but HBO. The first episode of watchmen on Sunday. And am I watching you are a gigantic watched. Always have been and you not sumit's fine it doesn't it's fine. You said to me mm-hmm Anyway. We watched the first. Episode of watchmen is really good by Damon Lindelof. Who did one of my favorite shows the leftovers? Which I? I adore the leftover. When I heard that he was going to be making watchman I was like Oh okay and HBO Anyway? We watched it. What was it like? It was really good train. resited the music superb. The will I I was really into the world that they were building on it. A little bit off. It's like you know we're all accustomed to you. You can go into a science fiction movie or a period piece or totally fiction movie or fantasy movie even like Avatar right it doesn't take very long to get your footing on what kind of universities what the rules of the physics are who the characters are if it's automation. You kind of quickly understand the dynamics when you're watching like the fifth element within the first five minutes you get it like this is a city. This is a planet covered in in a city. That's miles and miles deep and everybody's flying around and shit and it's far in the future and it's crazy future and then you you're like okay. I got it I got it. I can accept whatever weirdness comes at me. This show doesn't dish it all out to at once. It's like a little thing here and there that's just enough off. It's like when you're looking at a at a character and video game. That's supposed to be a person that's supposed to look like really realistic. But they've got the dead or they've got the weird way their mouth moves and it's you just enough off where it's off putting this show. Does it right. Where you're gonNA chugging along like okay get it? Oh Oh well that's weird but then they just move along little deals that yeah like like this stuff's just happening and you don't fully explain but you know you remember the password. Yeah I don't remember all that so to me. Without you telling me it was all a little bit like a different time. Lights alternate universe. Something different happened in our reality in the eighties. That changed changed the way things are now in this show and I don't remember all that so to me I was like. Oh that's interesting enough to like you really get into it so I feel like it operates because this guy made the leftovers lindelof it operates like that does because that had like a mystery about everything from the first episode of the leftovers. Oh this is happening we think the rapture some a bunch of people go disappear. Yeah but then. The rest of the thing wasn't always about that was it was like the world and how people live in the world. I'd rather it be about that all the time. I'm left overs. got a little tiresome for me a little bit but this is like the world building like like it sneaks up on you. Yeah I mean if you've seen the if you read the original watchmen comics and you like well. And I said this is a sequel to those comics the set in two thousand nineteen eighteen and those were set in the eighty S. This includes Dot Com. We see Manhattan on Mars Right. I mean that's something that you might. I know fully understand there was a little. TV Clip of Dalton Manhattan stood on. Mazula I was like. Oh okay we going full on watchman. This is not like a side story. This is the watchman like going to experience the watchman. So it's on again tomorrow night. I'm really looking forward to seeing what they do with it. We you know what was really funny. Funny is we watched the watchman and I was like ended and I was like my brain was spinning like I was like ooh Woo and then we watch the walking dead and I was like Oh my God and like the walking dead's like story is such low quality in bed. Why keep feels like there's nothing really happening now and when he's over you're just like okay this some see? You're catching up with me. Because I felt this way for about three seasons. Now but watchmen so dynamic there was about a hundred things to think about about. Stop thinking about going unfortunate but the walking dead is slowly. Removing my affection for post Apocalyptic Zombie world. Is it a Bosa buckle up Dick Zombie apocalypse. Yeah I was thinking today about a story where people turn into like the walking talking dead but they don't eat you. It's just like billions of people walking around still alive but they've died but they're gross and disgusting and they have to live live with them like yeah they're like a menace but they don't do anything they just are rotting in life so they like trash why we haven't solved the problem in the world because because all you have to do is basically just walk up to them and kill them all but they won't die unless you do something really extreme holidays no kill them they just always well if you burn something up Yam's ash but there's billions like thirty eight billion people on the planet now almost so let's say that instead of leftovers which did like a wimpy little two percent of all people people disappeared. I mean come on. They should have at least fifty fifty percent in this the leftovers. I'm just saying so in my Zombie Apocalypse. Like almost everyone has has died from this horrible virus that they're still walking around. Steve only got about a billion people left so overwhelming to get rid of all the dead people. The other thing this stuck out to me about watchmen is it has the level of production. That westworld has an I love Westwood yes very high quality and the the the people who are in it are also like like everybody. We only just matt everybody because it's the first episode but everybody that came in. I was like Oh. She's really good. The Israeli good true the guy with the silver mask. That whole scene where he's interrogating somebody with his people have superpowers as well as a DC. Each show it's just not the same super hard. It's not like soup ago by the DC. It's like it's an adult. It's it's not. It's not super go but even though I'm not dissing super go because we love yes we listen to you. You're talking like we have the same. I'm speaking viewpoint I believe you love it as well as I do. Enjoy it I enjoy it a lot. Yes I will say that All right so what is for dinner tonight we're going to have Veggie Beans and weenies. People don't know beans and weenies get a lives on sausage. It's vegetarian plant. Based is the new hot wave saying but they're just hot hot dogs that are made out of plant and plant dokes. That's a contradiction plant dogs in October. The words are going to add to the dictionary next year. There's plant based big hotdogs chop them up a little bit but you didn't like him last time I forgot it kind of Wiki. Well as war. Haven't anyway so if you don't like it this time it's unfortunate but then I just use a can of Bush's beans which are vegetarian green beans and if you didn't grow up with baked beans and weenies. It's really sad for you but my mom used to make kick ass beans and weenies. Well let me just like her own recipe baked beans and then loads of hot dogs. That are all fried up like kind of brown pan then dumped in there. Oh my God so good. Nobody made them special for me as a kid. Nobody's he's like making homemade recipes bolt. I'll tell you hines they do a can of beans and sausage. They call it. We call it beans and sausage. They're like little hot dog sausage in Canada beans and you just empty the empty that warm it up so many of those on you know and it's always been delicious. Well see unfortunately if you don't like it this time I don't know what to tell you all right. So what's your advice. That's my advice is to know thyself the US. What Jesus? I didn't make that. I don't think Jesus said that I'm pretty sure I don't know who said that or what it's been working from originally but talking to my mother this is why I think it's really important to be self aware. My mother has always claimed that she he has no clothes to wear. Oh just got nothing to wear. So then she'll go in by closet goodwill and garage sales should shirt for a quarter and a pair of pants for a dollar one saying and I remember I was too. I remember as a kid go into her closet and her clothes were so jammed in there that you couldn't they wouldn't come out kind of. Oh Oh well we'll might closed. Only I only spend like five dollars. Those were a lot of times I would go to garage saling and did you see how many closure dad head and I don't have that many clothes I'm like like You're not very self aware because you can ask any of your children. There's four of us. Does mom always say she doesn't have anything to wear and then you look at her clothes and she's gadget loaded close. They'll all say yes. Well did you. My mom used to have so many close Mike. We're not talking about grandma we're talking about you your perception that you do not. I have a lot of close. Is What fascinates me that. You're not aware that there's something that she's been taught right to to not be proud of or that. It's not a good thing to have tons of clothes for some reason even though she's a cheapskate and she does not by expensive clothes. Something about her tells her to always say oh. I just don't have anything to wear is don't have enough clothes. And then she is well. I go I recycle recycle. What did she say? I clear them out. Every year I give a lot back to the charity shop up. I said a person who gives a lot of close to the charity shop. Huzzah law closed. And I'm looking at her like finish my sentence and she's like what I said. A person who gives a lot of close to a charity shop has a lot of close to give away. Well I don't know about that. It's like whatever so that's my thing is like she goes well as again about being self aware and like how you perceive yourself she goes. Well how do you perceive yourself said. I think that I'm bitchy and Bossy. I'm pretty talented talented in some areas. I'm relatively intelligence. I'm not terribly attractive. I can be difficult. I in fact I told call when I first met him twenty. I need some twenty one years ago on the Internet. The Internet the one of the first conversations ever was. I am very difficult. I I am very aware of myself. I don't I'm not. I'm not afraid of being wrong or having something about me. That's flawed and I think that a lot of people are so they either try to hide it or digit right. There's nothing wrong with having a closet full of clothes. It doesn't matter how much they cost if every shirt cost a thousand dollars. It doesn't matter but be aware the you are the person who buys a lot of close onate and if you don't like it then don't have a lot of close or whatever the thing is if you don't like to be people telling you that you're micromanager than is assess yourself really closely except that that probably is true and maybe try to adjust your behavior or something whatever it is so no thy self people. It's a good thing good work so let's leave. This autobahn shocked over Halloween. Toba by saying fun. Catch our podcast anywhere. That podcasts are available. Not so you can also cut chose Instagram facebook twitter. We have I have contests so on DOT com. Don't think of one of the moment so I don't know why I'm saying b-but DOT COM. Sometimes I have contests somebody this week. He got a copy of Toy Story. Form Blu Ray. So do check a scully. Don't come I've got one coming up soon. Actually and also also email feedback to me ace glaze glitter. Come to email said talk. Also I WANNA say rest in peace. Stay classy Mr Hake. I do think there is a portion of this movie in the middle where they feel like. They're giving him a sendoff. Yeah but it's before but he said he understood very quickly. Yeah what his what was going on and so I think he probably wrote that in their PERP. Yeah there are definitely a few lines where you feel like the tree. Lady the Log Lady I mean he understood as well that she was not well and so the things she was saying was almost like or character and her as a human being. It's so sad that power twin peaks the

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S2: Welcome to Halloween

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

02:39 min | 1 year ago

S2: Welcome to Halloween

"Americans love a good scare Halloween. We see a dead body on a front lawn on. We assume it's just a car we see a blood splattered masked man walking down the street and then we assume it's just one of our neighbors and costume but what happens when the blood isn't just for decoration in suburban. Texas a man with a Hook for a hand a tax appear of teenage lovers of their car in the woods of Wisconsin too. A young girls sacrificed their friend to win otherworldly being off the coast of Norway. A massive tentacled creature rises up from the the DADS to an attack passing vessel. Sometimes the scares are real. This doc Tober listened to true stories of horror when podcast presents Halloween all of your favorite podcasts shows are taking turn for the spooky for a month of Halloween themed episodes on haunted places the feet will transform into urban legends as we explore the truth behind such stories as the Slender Man Bloody Mary and the poisoned Prom dress female criminals will travel back in time to Salem in sixteen ninety two to find out if any of the accused women really were guilty of malicious witchcraft apt and on the dark side of we'll go back even further to the very first Halloween Salwen the ancient truitt festival where the boundaries between worlds weakened and human sacrifice rather than trick or treating was the preferred tradition and that's just a quick glimpse we have even more real life horror in store mm-hmm podcast presents Halloween Air September thirtieth through October thirty first on spotify and wherever you listen to podcasts you're next month. Pull your coat tight. Quit your headphones end and don't forget to look over your shoulder as he listened to all park asked us to offer.

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A Quick Message from Florence & Reed

F**ks Given

02:35 min | 8 months ago

A Quick Message from Florence & Reed

"So you are listening to US bucks given on our little quarantine high. Woo Elation celebration guys that we just wanted to let you know that we are going to keep giving you amazing pocus once a week even through these crazy times. Yeah because like what the hell is happening with the world right now like we are all inside when not allowed me read. Tober yet loyal away. It's almost like your hip but we're recording this each from our own bedrooms. We know even seeing so the right. Now Yeah guys we all here for you and we will still be bringing you content. We are still bringing youtube videos instagram. It TV videos on how to get through this isolation quarantine. Crazy Madam will better. What better than to binge listen to all our podcast at odds and also make sure you're catching weekly or Bi ously. We'll be bringing you all kinds episodes with guests included coming up in the next few weeks or months or however long it takes so. Make sure you stay tuned and obviously shut up pocus round like a dirty sti which is sexually transmitted information. Shy pocos Corona stay inside. Listen to podcasts. And don't go out and your corona disease exactly don't have sex just have lots of solo masturbation and guys. I'm sorry if the quality isn't as good as usual you might have to put up with. It was Witt will doing this crazy. Corentin thing it's a Welsh anyway. Went hair up voices as crisp as usual. But he's going to have to deal with it. You never know we might get some. Mike's Innovate eventually. If this goes over a year eventually so please please remember to be kind to each other. Stay safe look after yourself and other people if they need looking after checking with your friends and do your best to not go crazy during this mud isolation for cabin fever milwaukee. Movie that to help you guys so carry-on listening More coming soon.

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Introducing: 'Dead Ass'

Strawberry Letter

01:50 min | Last month

Introducing: 'Dead Ass'

"IOS So guess what show I know told you? We had a surprise for you guys and we do. Not exactly what you guys wrong lease Kadena is not right. Yet Go tell them the news already. All right tonight. Dead. Ass By is now officially a part of the I heart radio. Thanks to you guys. Dennis podcast is coming off a Webby award. And a new deal that continues to prove that love laughter and Levity is away of baby. So it's only right that we continue to live life through laughter especially during this time yes, let me tell you twenty twenty tests definitely been one for the books but me and they are backed with season four to help you finish the fourth quarter strong and what we ain't doing is going into overtime. Damn right this season on dead, ass not only recap the craziest year in history. You will also be bringing on some amazing guests to help us break down the pandemic racism, the election, and of course, how all of this is affecting our families and sex lots. How. Can you possibly find time to think about sex with everything going on somebody has to in the world will only get worse. Sex is not had in babies made. Oh, shut up devout. Listen guys go subscribe right now I mean right right now on apple podcast or wherever you listen and tell you Auntie till you frame tell you. The new season of debt as with Codeine in Davao is launching off Tober seventh. This.

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Halloween Week Night Song (11-1-2019)

Chompers

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Halloween Week Night Song (11-1-2019)

"Chompers is produced by Gimblett and sponsored by good nights your mouth and brushed the outside the inside and the chew inside of every two it's Halloween week on choppers and tonight we have a UNQOUTE treating Right Dracula Frankenstein Kakadu Switzer rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and Josh. Keeping clean on how strict is winging t rushing it to sink their foaming at the mouth but with toothpaste. I think so what you're brushing Dan keeping clean out how in groups on how all okay you have done a monstrously good job brushing of Gimblett media chompers is brought to you by good night's born and carve up those pumpkins because Tober is a glitch good time for the whole family dry and worry free all night long things to their outstanding Pajama protection.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Goes Gold! - Kinda Funny Games Daily 10.05.20

Kinda Funny Games Daily

1:03:34 hr | Last month

Cyberpunk 2077 Goes Gold! - Kinda Funny Games Daily 10.05.20

"What's up everybody in welcome to kind of Funny Games daily for Monday? Dunk Tober v Twenty twenty I'm around Khan and joining me today is the one the only Mr Thirty under thirty Tim gettys. Tim, how're you doing? It's good Donkoh Doc Tober baby a Nice Brisk Dong Tober morning you gotTa love good energy going into this one. Don Tober kicked off lessening and bear it to the first episode over on Youtube Dot com slash kind of funny games. Every Saturday they're going to be playing through donkey Kong sixty four the game of our Lord. I skimmed that episode and I was like I was looking just watching their faces just trying to see like when does the point where the excited smiles turn into frowns and they kept it up they were time. The funniest thing is I was watching this and I saw slack pop with thumbnails for this that Andy made of bear it blessing in the rollercoaster with the con- crew and it just like made me smile because it made me think back to when me and my friend Prato with a young up income in. Japan and ever looked at like Oh. These chuckle heads now kinda funny has our own chuckle heads like there's a new generation of stupid. It's just great. We have dunk positive people here Tim We can talk about all that later right now we talk about this insane rapid, our new story weekend we've had to include we've got a new GOSTA Shema update got need for speed hot pursuit master. We've got syrup go and gold. We got more than that because this is kind of funny games daily each and every weekday at ten am live right here on twitch dot TV slash kind of funny games if you're watching correct us when we get stuff wrong by going to Kinda funny dot com slash your wrong if you don't WanNa Watch live you can watch later on youtubecom kind of games rooster teeth, dot com or listen later on podcast services around the globe or But. GIVES THEM I totally lost my place in. Like Shit around the globe, what happ what's happening around the goals used to be in memory like not hosted for so? Like. I get ninety episode of it. It's just like the just falls off what we're switching to the whole schedule around. So it's like it's later in the day the normal today. So that's why you're all thrown off because ladies and gentlemen blessing was supposed to be on today he was having some dense tissue. So he we had to move some things right? Great. Had A doctor's appointment. So we had to change the schedule and then less he had some issues. so now everything's blown apart but we appreciate your patience as we try to get through this week. Yeah, we're trying we're figuring it out. Part of the show had the patriot. Accomplish kind of funny games with broads Emerson above the show are brother Rhubarb gets a right in until of or bogged the show Ad Free along with exclusive daily post shows little bit housekeeping I. Think you to our Patriot producers James Avis. At James, Davis makes lactic and Tom Buck today were brought to you by. Quip and Brooklyn. But Tim we'll tell you about that later for now let's begin with what is and forever will be the rope report. That's bad. Baker's dozen. As a reminder, you can give me stars if you think I'm doing a good job in the month of October. Wait explained this. Stars Given Greg Greg. Miller has decided that at any moment. A kinda funny game still hosts can give Kevin a star for whatever it is. We want to give him a star for and if he gets thirty stars by the end of the month, he will get a pizza party can night stars I think it's twenty dollars just to be clear. Yeah. That's true. twenty-five chatter saying okay twenty five. Stars he gets twenty five stars. He gets a pizza party we cannot take away Kevin Starr. We can only give him stars and there is A. that will update us right now says are cab cab has four gold stars what a good boy was. So proud of our growing boy, he needs twenty five Gold Stars to get a good noodle pizza party I think I have five. I mean like on pace. You know I'm doing great I'm. I'm pretty I mean everyone the Chadha saying five so you know what I mean. I. I will give you. Are Kevin for the explanation of that. So now Kevin has five stars but Kevin was lying that chat was seeing he had five just like He. Just like he lied this weekend. I. Posted my picture of my. Lucky. My first win in Super Bowl thirty five I posted this. Picture of me getting the way and then Kevin posted the exact same picture trying to take credit for it, which is one of the things he's ever done. Gary Widow Lebron. tweeted at me angrily thinking isolate. Despite the fact that says, Tim gettys on the screen. I'd like I know what the game is I know so little about the game where it just. ruined. Be Funny. So I know this is games daily and I know we have a lot of news but real quick him run. We gotTA talk about myrow Thirty Five. What is your experience with this so far? So the first the first time I did it was like this is kind of neat to this. Then the second I got fifth place then the third time I one as an actor that I was like I don't really feel the need to play this. Again me to like seems like it's fine. It's just that they got like ninety percent of the way to a really good idea, and then that Latin percent of how does end doesn't like does not factor in at all. Kind of running loops over and over, and it doesn't at some point. It's not challenging anymore it's just a game of WHO's GonNa make a mistake i. Wouldn't you know where all the stars are. It's usually like it goes to the same levels over anniversary to probably with all stars are then it's not a thing anymore because you're just running through this way who've enemies and getting all your time back. So the last five people all have four hundred seconds all the time. So you're playing against people who played a lot of Mario One and no not to like jump into a ditch and that it's just hoping that one of those people just messes up at some point and jumps into a ditch. Yeah. It was fun and it was cool and I was shocked at how long the matches last at least for me I played my first one and I got third and then my second time ago I and I was like this is so easy. I don't understand then I kept playing that I started like mistakes earlier and I'm like, okay cool. I'm not just a savant at this. It's like they're actually there is a lot of a chance of you getting totally screwed if if enough people attack you at once but. There's a lot of mechanics in the game that I feel like are unnecessary like being able to spend coins on power ups. I've never had the need for that. There was never a single time that I was like Oh man. I. Wish I had a power right now that I couldn't just easily get in the level. Yeah and like. It's that unbalances things a little too much I. think if you didn't have that if it was just rely on what was actually in that stage and you had to know that stage I think that would be way better and it would actually like will probably end matches. But since you get so many coins everywhere that you could start every level by just going like twenty coins. What got if I if I were now I'm safe again. That means that matches donate like you're talking about a link the bachelor. I think my the one I want on twenty to twenty five minutes except something absurd like that. Yeah. Yeah it's it's a weird. It's a weird one. I share I appreciate that exist but I am not shocked that it's GonNa go away at some point it does feel undercooked. Yeah. The things going away though the ghost Shema update has been dated and detailed today we got this from the PS blog and partly from Adam bankers. IDEA. Because there's people legends reveal back in August twenty twenty is a new online cooperative multiplayer experience features two players to story missions in Info players survival mission, as well as a raid they'll be released. Quote weeks following watch it is also said to be quote advantange with locations at enemies inspired by Japanese folktales with. Emphasis on cooperative cooperative combat in action. So basically, this is the molitor update that you are downloading separately from the store but as a standalone do the actual game, but it's like it's Kinda more of what I wanted I think goes to Shema of like. When you do miss that game and it's like, oh, it's a cap on. That's causing problems because that's what people believed that methology then you guys are. This is actually a kappa is that sounds more interesting to me. So, therefore, classes in their the Samurai, the hunter, the road, the assassin missions, players progress they progressive difficulty along the way survival missions, which is horde mode needs four players and the raid which is, I. Assume a destiny raid. That's the nomenclature we use this stuff is these people with top? Tier. Gear. so that all sounds cool tim, did you ever ended up playing? So you might not I. missed it because I forgot what was going on during that time, but I totally missed out on ghosts. Is A multiplayer thing thing that might get you in or no? No. Absolutely not is I. Think it was health was going on for me when that was happening but then after that Kevin, and talking about it ad Kevin was like this is a Kevin ask game. It is not going to be a Tim game and Greg said the same thing and I'm Like. All right, you're you're already like convincing me like I don't need to do this ad the multiplayer stuff totally not for me having said that this is awesome. I love this type of love and care especially for free being put into this, and this is the type of thing I want to see from these game dabs where they put out this policy AAA. And then this is the perfect time to put this out after launch right first game coming out July right Mid July, and then come in October. Riding out that PS four. Wait until. Dante for you right I'm sorry right now, doc toper going into the PF five. Giving a new life to a new it for Sony is such a great thing to strengthen playstation studios and also prove that look we don't just have Nado we don't just have INSOMNIAC. We also have sucker punch and sucker punch means something. Now in the same way, the gorilla now means something and then doing this hopefully they it and I kinda feel like they're going to be and that's going to be great to give extra life to these single player experiences and it's also like a good ideal as as a rap concert concentration going like, hey, we have these multiplayer games that you're interested in maybe by a new PS five so you can keep playing this stuff as it goes on. This I'm kind of wondering like. I assume actions is coming before the year maybe early next year you still think that. Maybe like they they said, they're working on it. Right? They said they're working on it but I mean I imagine we're getting real close to the end of the year like I think that they're going to wait for the PS five to come out and let that kind of have its moment and then bring last of us to back I. mean seeing all playstations been doing their roll out a PS five is a lot different than I expected them to. Spiderman remastered exists. Around convinced that last us to. Complete edition with factions is going to exist and I think that that you don't want that out too early next two miles, Morales and demon's souls. So February. March. I can yeah I can see February March I can also just like I can say dropping and we like Hey, now you can actually buy five. Here's a good reason to even though I'm sure it's also going to be on ps four and stuff like that but if it does complete complete edition I, expect the I, we're talking early next year. I think even February might be too early. March to May, I can see that happening or even just all the way to June. But who knows who knows where out who knows where ratchets like there's a lot of questions I think it'd be good because they they could match the original at least for last of us to before they have delaying it. Just be like, yeah. Now Actions Kevin Cosima. Are. You interested in this multiplayer addition thing. I'm extremely interested is what class are you gonNA play because I need to figure out my classes. Well, Oh, I haven't done no research. I'll play whatever class you don't WanNA play like I'm down. Yeah Thank you I'm not good at shooting arrows people. I think I was pretty okay on it but we'll see I need to get that muscle memory back. But yeah, in addition to all that multiplayer south, there is also a new patch coming for the single payer content. There's a new game plus with a new horse you charms, there's a currency now called ghost flowers can give to a new NBC that will get you those new vanity items and all this is coming October sixteenth. So it's not it's not far away at all where it's like eleven days away was. And is a bowl times early something that is going to require some time to play. But maybe that's the point I need I mean game I'm using the thing though. It's been this way for years with with video games but like there is no good time to put out a game anymore like back in the day it was like in January and today I mean three four years ago it was like that was a gold mine but now everyone's there but it's like there's no time that everyone isn't there right. So I feel like with this. This is the perfect time for it to come out because there's no other good time until twenty, twenty, one, the pretty much I I'm I was really shocked when they first announced of, Hey, we have this really big expansion for this game coming it's not what you thinking into silencing content. And that was like a month after release I've we adjust on the review for the game so it is extre. Extremely cool that they're doing this and also that just like there was not months and his patient waiting for and it's like, okay cool like the. Now this thing is just coming out and we can ask jump in play it. Yeah. I mean we knew about factions. Last. came out. Yeah and it's still not out whereas this you know we heard about it and it's coming out in. I think it's a different type of situation. I think the naughty dog had to get ahead of the facts that multiplayer wasn't coming with lots of us to write whereas this is more of a hey, here's a cool surprise. ME. I. Looked at the kind of treating this a different thing like Joseph. Shema legends like giving it. That kind of like. Different name and different like vibe of like the same game but different. I think it's Pretty Rad. Yeah. That's historical. Japan and on a place in system. But let's talk about modern Japan. The peers five default selection button is going to be x for the first time ever in Japan this Jordan Ullman at Aegean insane the piece by the first time, the input is a default selection button and Japan and recorded six years. The circle being used to confirm selections. The news emerged as part of a raft of Japanese media peers, five previews with games hardware that sits controller and more all the expert and has always been the western player selection button circle has has been used with the passport generations replacing consoles in Japan to user Kenji Iguchi makes clear what a major changes says no that muscle memory will be hard to overcome for many. Japanese players in those in Japan, the circle simple is associated with good. Okay. Correct. This place in the button on the far right. The popular SDS controller are influenced initial decision to offer a different control scheme for Japan places in Japan. This is also why on their Tennessee which the a buttons on the right the be buttons on the bottom, which may take some getting used to for western players who over in two, thousand twenty it's even it soon has to standardize is a control scheme across all regions starting with a PS five. If into preview made clear, the Japanese games themselves community use a circle, but to confirm or the system uses X. It seems likely that players will be able to remain at buttons and the system settings, but it's not confirmed as of yet. So? Yeah. This is always been like I guess Gaming Lor that they've always had readjusted when it comes to America, because America does have exit confirmed button as bottom button xbox kind continued that with a down there as well and Sega dreamcast and all that. But in Japan they've always had different which has been sometimes confusing when say like Day Okajima game comes out and they don't change any of that because or final fantasy. Yeah and. I remember cutting some weird problems in. Fifteen right there. Jump and except on the same button in America but not less. Yeah. Anytime, you were walking over it's like a treasure chest China actually get it to confirm was always a pain and a half. Yeah. But it was easier in Japan because they had a different setup for that sort of thing. So like I can see why Sony is changing things now on the other hand, it seems like should've been easy enough just put like a thing. Five up like, Hey, do you want the system setting to be here or there? Actually respite like there should have been no need to dramatically standardizes for everybody. I don't know I'm I'm saying this is somebody who they're standardizing the way that I like at abuse. There's a bias there, but I think standardization is important for this type of things. Even if I also agree with you that there should always be the options to customize your controls, how you want to having said that I think needs to be a standard so that when you pick up a controller, there's an understanding of the language of what you're trying to do. So it doesn't get confusing, and that goes to Nintendo as well. It's like they should not have their a button other right like that is going against. Howard used to playing games at this point, and we're GONNA change because I know. They don't give a shit about what people actually think I think for them changing admits to the public or the world that they think they're wrong or that other their acquiescing. Like, other like setups so they may consider this iconic than. Like these symbols are kind of thing but. I'm an. Nintendo as a lifelong Nintendo fan is it's not like this was always the way it's like when you look back to how things used to be the A and B at some point. To like that. and. It's just like that's. A weird choice like when you look at any snes and sixty four like the lineage and compared to the Gameboy, there was a weird flip at some point. And it's just like, why would you make that choice they? It's always been. Be It are being be was originally under left. On the right then they added x and y above them Then that was like that was the original diamond was. Xabi AP. So. I think what? The before obviously different because they added that weird thing like. Like A. Half hour six button controller then games you just completely off the rails but I think. The one brought it back. They've been mostly hearing to that sits what but here's the thing like with the. The GAMECUBE. A. What would you associate the button with? Like what except It's it's autumn the bottom button right now. I would I think as main? Tony Hawk. When you play Tony Hawk on the Gamecube Controller, it acts as the X. Button and that makes sense when you when you're just holding it and the B Button Access Square. Because that's how it feels. I don't think came Cuba like a diamond configuration though like it's a weird but Kennedy. And Sixty four is the same thing that we're as on the bottom. That is. I admit the before game you fuck the entire thing up. But I I keep sweatsuit maybe just keep switching like there was the Amazon. Luna Controller would just looks like a pro controller straight up it looks like has the same shell, but it has the xbox button arrangement and that will be confusing as hell But. It's always been weird man and I've just never liked because. It goes back to me of running and jumping as Mario. It's weird that at some point that flipped of how your thumb is positioned on the controllers. Yeah. For me it's like. Holding, Y in holding a prison be jump but I think Mari Mary World had what it was ex- was the the spin jump and a and B, were built jump regard jump. Was Run. So it was already already weird and fucked up by that time anyway. Yeah. Because they should have just stuck with. What everyone else? What with? Super Mario World was strange but like. I don't know. I don't seem to tend to ever changing I. don't see them do something like this where they like say, okay, we're moving. We're we one standardized button thing because right now they're Japanese model is the International Model I. Think this is a case of Sony going our American model is the international model now. Is American company. Now we're doing this thing so I'm sorry. Japan. He just Kinda have to deal which again going back to fifteen thing maybe that's for the best. design, around this thing knowing that there's one standard they don't have to make jump except the same button. And I think the most interesting bit of this is that this news came out from Japanese influencers being able to play the playstation five before Western influencers, which is a direct contradiction to what you just said, but I gotTa Love It I. Love. This is so fucking weirding bizarre feels like such an anti xbox move and look at the end of the day seeing all these Japanese players with the PS five on my twitter timeline via re tweets and stuff is opening my eyes and Yeah exist. Yeah. I don't know these people, but they're out there and there's huge. It's it's super cool to like that people got hands on with this thing. Did you actually watch the videos? Skip through some stuff I scan through them a little bit too like so. I can't tell the the black part is glossy and if it's just like a Plastic Strip on top or something. It is way bigger than I thought it was going to be. There is that one like a our image around like that's apparently it's not accurate but. Even, just seeing the door shock and the person next to it that thing is huge that thing is like. Isr On. I don't know like I. I've gotten to the point where I think that I'm going to clear out the bottom part of my glass. TV. Stand systems. So I can put put that thing there because I'm afraid is going to be too heavy for the top part and will actually come crashing down. Yeah. Hey, man that's just where we're at now and again I have my own aesthetically about these machines. But at the end of the day I, just want to work well and have a van that works and doesn't overheat and go fucking crazy and if it. Does those things call sign me up. We all know we're going to get a slim model at some point anyways it's going to solve all of these problems. It's how these things work is. They put something out and tell you this is how it should be and then a couple of years later they're like, well, actually go in the opposite. And we're going to get that with last generation they went. Bigger to. Yeah. No I know no. I'm saying like with last generation we got both. Sexy stronger. Yeah. But then you look at xbox and they went from gigantic with the original xbox one down to both the s being smaller and the X. being even smaller the XS, like really nice dense console it's. On it's like is I don't here's what the xbox went x is I never think about what that thing looks like. It has a nondescript for blackbox as it sits on Mikey? For function yes. And I. Love It. Like. But also it's not iconic. I guess I guess that's what Sony Is. Kind of going for this time is people are going to know what the five looks like whether they think it's ugly as hell or not. They're going to know, hey, that that giant tower of mass whatever the hell that thing is is a place in five, it demands attention. Yeah I. Don't know that Suzanne also in that same area but maybe that's kind of what they're going for. I think it is the series sex I think is a weird enough shape that doesn't look like a traditional console that it's going to be like calm and I'm talking about you know non Gamers I'm talking about like my friend's wife who's going to. See This xbox series axelrod friend curtains console be like why the hell do you have a computer over there? You know. It's it's a shift in design for sure at least in what in traditional console design of what used to putting in our home theaters earner home entertainment systems. have either. Have you guys seen series? X in real life? No No. Okay. I. Was at blessings and he had won. His roommate. Had One end. The playstation five like. I tweeted out a comparison picture that ended up being off but If. It's any bigger like I'm shocked at how extremely large it's going to be because it's a big boy, the xbox series X. It's cool because it's very sleek and. Eat the simple but like the. fucking. Right. We have official number to this point of like how big thing is. I mean anything you know. Don't necessarily but like we'll see how that works. Oh Kevin. You got a gold star for that one. That made me laugh. Thank you. You hear that chat. Put it in the bud. Speaking of giving Gold Stars, for effort need for speed hot pursuit. Master was announced Kevin. We have a trailer for this one which I don't know Tim. If you've seen this shailer hold on hold on one second Greg Miller's call. was calling me hands going back I'M GONNA call back see what the hell you want meant series x people in the chatter freaking out I mean series. Yes, a smaller. Moved on so quickly gone. Now Greg you're live on. Daily what's up. I think the PS five gigantic and I think it's definitely gonNA call attention to it but as some with the TV Right now, I think also humongous called to itself like. To my house I have mattered better the. Paula Jauregui's the two consuls on there and I think what been ps four and Xbox one exiting that you? Know they're just there and you know think about it and granted because it's brand new. But now that the series accident there like it takes up the entire space of like there's like no light escaping from the back of. With it looks great alker normal shape or whatever the Julie there. But especially, I have it on its side. I. Especially when you have a ps five on these things are gonNA come over what the however. Tim Key mass for a second score experience. What second grade? What do you? What can you ask for a second screen experience of the setup? Greg, can you take a picture and send it to Kevin? tweeted out. Or tweeted out whatever. I wish I could take away a star all right by. The you cannot take away stars. On quite a bit. Yeah I know I know wait. Okay. So here we are. We're getting to need for speed hoppers remastered before watching this trailer Iran. Is it a remake of. The. Like ps two pursuit. No, it is the three sixty. ps three one got something. No one's asking for. Let, me get destroyed my mind hot pursuit to was on. PS Two obviously one. One. I believe. So then they renamed the like this one, they just use the title and I believe this is the last criterion made for speed game. Okay Let's check out the trailer. Yeah. Is a two minute long show that is primarily live action. Exactly, what we want from the need for speed game. Sorry guys. Give me two seconds. While you're doing that Kevin I. will say this this one is coming sport talks empty on November six switch version comes a week later on November thirteenth. Do you guys want to hear it? I think it'd be best if we could hear it. Okay. I'll get that happening. And now look I know that the stalls rules my life in many ways, and especially with all these remakes, things that I've had recently like, I, think it's proven that my stalls you can be. Both proven right and proven wrong depending on the property and there's a certain balance that needs to happen in order for it's it's a matter but like minus Ya is for underground. Right hoppers to on pse was rat like that game was like what proved to me that like need for speed is an annual game that you if you're a Gamer, you need to pay attention to the need for speed franchise, right? But then underground is kind of. Was the coolest thing ever. All right. Let's watch this trailer given you guys set up. Yes indeed, I. Aren't. Let's go ahead. Keep checking these online. This is amazing. Yes. It just keeps coming like this. Eight, hundred, five, ten, five, ten, five. Dude. Five. The clock. Increase to five pounds ten, pence. found. Foundries ramps. I I am GEICO. Fina Michael. This is unbelievable. See Way insisted we watch this yes. Over sleeping. Anita fix it. To be away here. Dude this is so good. It's really well shot. Isn't it? The girlfriend rolling the is is so Like. They're begging people having a lot of. With a mature accurate but. Pretty funny. Like this go. Through I was there for this man that was like the back of the century Holy Shit that might be like there was a Gif of the corey made when fastened fears crossroads was announced at the game awards where I said I have never been more hype for something that I don't actually want right. This might be. This might beat that. This might beat that like this is not the deeper speed game that I want to see remade but my God, this might be the best piece of marketing I've ever seen for video game. Like it legitimately, it's like a TV drama in two minutes of. odu He's just can't live past this five ten and then they. Simply matched comes out I. don't. I don't understand how I didn't see the 509 coming. But they got me Man Holy Shit what a feel good moment. Go through what that trailer did show us. It has hence visuals all the DLC is included cross play between all pie forms as soon means include switch play in up to four K.. Sixty. F-. Hi Rez models, shadows, reflections more obvious to props longer Charleston's Boozer tekkers more particles in improved a slash essays. So basically, it seems like a pretty good re master. I might want it because of that commercial. Total marketing worked on me really well. Hold on I'm trying to look up reviews of this one because like I remember that this one was actually like well received, right? Yeah. It was nine out of ten, nine, ten, steam eighty, six, percent metacritic. Yeah it's just. Good for them. Good for them. This is. The feel. Good movie of the year was a need speed hot pursuit commercial. Way better than the need for speed movie. I'll tell you that that was that was something man but. One day I hope we got a need for speed underground remake the need to keep the soundtrack and they need to just go hard with. I want can you imagine retracing need for speed underground? Those trees are GonNa Look Slick as hell. Yeah. Another criterion is getting back into the need for speed business I'm hoping that they do make a new game that was good about their their older games so. This gives me hope I guess that they are in a place where they understand what need for speed was and try to marry that to a modern concept. Yeah. Right. I'm riding high right. Let's write a little bit higher because got a quick here. cyberpunk twenty, seventy seven has gone gold. Can you believe it? Can you believe? That he is actually coming out November nineteenth. It's not getting delayed. I didn't believe it wasn't going to get delayed until this moment right now. Yeah. They were making some noises we like we're not really happy with the combat and stuff like that, and maybe you think okay if it got too late, I wouldn't be shocked at this point like maybe I'm just a little bit but. This now, there is a one point Oh that will be on a desk somewhere. I don't think. Hands yes. In CG TANS who like the more I look at him the more like I can see the reas- aspect of it but there's like a weird uncanny valley think especially with his hair. Look like. Who else does look like a he looks like for is just he looks like cartoon series disc is to me he looks like if Kyoto Reeves was cost playing Kevin Koala I think. Beautiful. Can you. Can You bring up the picture we're talking about right now yeah. Thank you thank you very much. Yeah. I. The game has officially gone like there is eighth in on a disk who knows what's actually playable. They might be like squashing bugs and added content right up until the day. But there is a thing now that more or less insurers district to get printed stuff is going to set get stores. They can't really back out now. Yeah. But that's the picture of Tom About calf but hold on. It's the tweet that's in the dock. Putting in just cordray now. Oh I see say. It is Uncanny Valley. Which is somehow turns into. This and I think I need to lose weight and back. On my God Kevin Kevin Halloween costume. Yes absolutely. I don't like. It's not real this year do need to go as Johnny Silver. Is that his name that's not. Game. Oh Man. Oh. Shit. Already have the tactical vest. and. The robot arm walk around with a gold disc like this. Like. Yeah. Yeah Go. Idea lie. He, has. Still. Very Cool Sarah coming soon. Are You Are you playing this game? Tim On one of the the current consuls I am playing cyberpunk twenty, seventy seven. On the PC baby I'm going. This is GonNa be the gateway drug into Tim gettys. Doing this super right I'm trying to give cyberpunk the best chance possible at blowing my mind and let him just get full in on a crazy open world game. So. Much about this game is an anti Tim gettys. Thing seems a lot of time has to be put into this. A lot of just doing things I don't want to do if those VR missions are engaged. VR missions are anything to go by. That dared it ever the style the everything about this is just. Cool. Shit. To. Me I might be a basic ass bitch I like Neon I don't care Sumi Okay Kyoto Reeves's jockey silver head I'm fucking in for it. All right. So it's like I'm trying to give this game a shot I want to see this game through and I hope that it doesn't lose me in the way that these games normally do. But that's. Right, I know that there's the quality there and that's the thing is witcher. I never gave a shot because I'm like you guys can tell me how good it is I don't care about the type of fantasy stuff. This is the type of thing that might cool the guys that CD project ran the guys that you've been talking about for years of wishes to read Gio at. Making Cyber Cyberpunk. They gave me my favorite bomber jacket of all time. Hopefully. They're going to give me one of my favorite games of all time. But yeah, I'M GONNA I'M GONNA play it on. Yeah, that's kind of where I was like I. I'm sure it'll be a decent experience on current Gen consoles. If if this were not such a big game that we have to talk about it for game of the year for sure like that's going to become station I might just wait a couple of months for an extra version. But since it's not since we do have to talk about it I'm going all the way on this one. Own. AD. Do we know does this support super ultra wide. I would assume so but I have no idea personally in car dot com you're wrong. You can tell us Tim. That was my next question for you. Yeah. Oh Yeah. Let's go. Which I think is thirty two by nine. We gotTA. Talk about remember hyperscale him. Remember that Battle Royale user released a couple of weeks ago. They are already overhauling three months after launch, Israel? Wesley. Leblanc. Resolved is overhauling hyperscale just three months after the game's launch hyper escape was released back in July as free to play online battle royale on pc it eventually made its way into consoles. With the Games console launched, it quote not achieve the highest stations Cuba Cassette for the game studio said it was aware that it does not meet expectations either and as a result, the city is working on a large overhaul to the game's combat game modes, player goals, and more quote with July's launch an open Beta on PC. Our Wall drives launch an open Beta or successful. We were not able to achieve the high expectations we set ourselves with our full control. Is that followed him August Amer Skate blog post maintenance a thirty three's we. Also, know we didn't need the we didn't fully meet the highest players. So we're taking action we have more work to do to get there, but our team is fully committed to the challenge. The blog post breaks down over the overhaul into five sections. Combat Comfort on boarding game let's player goes across play. Utah says as always intended for hyperscale to be high but admits skill floor is too high, which is also a different experience for new players. Specifically resort says it's too hard to aim tracking specifically damage players unlimited them especially on console. I I personally think. There's probably not roof haber scape in this battle rail market. I. As far as they gave maybe and now I've never tried it I can't speak to it. The markets crowded already and there's no hook to this. That gets it people to go from say apex or fortnight or even Pudgy to this thing So I. Don't think I don't know how much overhauling this game is going to help it. I. Agree. However, I do think that you'd be soft is looking at this as they don't have a battle royale, they want to have a battle royale now they do and I think that. This is good news overall like I don't look at it. All man overhauling already I look at it as hey, this is a a publisher and with a bunch of studios that have learned in the last generation of games that their games tend to work better years later, and I think that this is an example of them realizing that earlier to get ahead of it. So it doesn't take the year that rainbow succeeds took to turn into what it is right and the division whatever go on and on and on of these games actually. Flesh out will this work for this I? Don't know because I. Agree I think the Battle Royale John Mara is pretty crowded. At some point we're going to battle Royale Games ninety nine of them you know put onto an island but. I also think that there is they don't. It doesn't need to be number one for it to have a place and I think that this could have enough players give a shit in a hard core way because one of the things about this game that seems to be harder in the skill ceiling like they're talking about is is a little bit higher than some of the other ones and I think that there is room for that on the competitive side was specially when you look at Rainbow Succeed at how big their east sports. Kind. Of Side of things is and I'm not talking big like Dodo levels I'm talking big as in they make a big deal out of it themselves and it doesn't need to be the biggest thing 'cause it's huge by itself and that's all it needs to be. So I hope that this works and I do think that this is good news overall for Ubisoft. Right it isn't it will. It's good that they're reactive and. Yes, they do find space, but it's like this game should have come out a year prior. It should have been out like maybe not even should have been before that like This had come up next to apex before apex that would have been a general genuine fight of okay which is going to be the player control high-skill ceiling. ps that are better reality we want to get into and hyperscale think is nipping at the heels of things that are already in the market already popular, and at some point you're trying to carve out a niche vanish and that becomes extremely difficult in the best case scenarios. Like I don't know. It is I applaud the effort. But personally looked at it and again, just from L. analytic respective I don't see a situation where this game suddenly takes off if it can get like Toronto six levels that would be great for in great for us. But even that's a little iffy. Yeah. Totally. But I think it's possible. I also think it needs to be those levels I. think it could be lower than that and still be success and still be the investment, and if the quality of the game can get there that's great. But we'll see wasn't there a thing recently where they were like. This is in the watchdogs universe or am I. Crazy. Here that I don't know how or know assesses. Stereo stuff that's what it is. So. There's like I wonder at what point they started making crossover staff to get people into the game like here is like okay here's the SEO would like just By this play the game pretender with a gun. Yeah. What's UBISOFT has a big catalog to do that. They've done it a million times now with putting you know, Sam Fisher in everything except his own game. Yeah I wonder how? Out Out, already, right Ramos one. Proud. I no. One's talked about it. Either good news or not because like people yelling about it anymore. So. Who knows but also a little bit of news for oft, she was a CEO explains how the company is aiming to change to prevent abuse this Joe Scribbles and Matt Gm you we saw CEO more has emailed employees of the company today probably an update on the publisher's investigations into abuse and highlighting quote floor close deleted areas in which we need to improve quickly and quote. You resort has been racked by newest additions of sexual verbal and systemic abuse with was senior staff members leaving being fired from the company. An email prevented Aegean, Gamal explains that explains the subsequent independent investigations sharing the two thousand employees participate in the listening sessions. Fourteen thousand responded to adopt Mr Raise in one hundred interviews were conducted will forty focus groups were held following this audit. Identified four closely at areas in which we need to improve. quickly quote one guarantee working environment where everyone feels respected and safe to diversity inclusion. At the heart of everything, we do three refocus and strengthen our HR function and four make managers or a group accountable and empower them. According to you besides internal investigation roughly twenty five percent of employees who experienced or witnessed some form of work placements misconduct in the last two years and that one in five. Do not freely fully respected. Not feel sorry. there. Type, digest type of says do not feel fully. Do not feel fully respecting or safe in the. Work Environment. UBISOFT says it's ramping specialized help and support for employees along with enacting mandatory anti sexism and anti harassment training. Chemo mentioned already carried out disciplinary action as a result I was an internal investigation, but in the future, the code of conduct will be revised and forced going forward. So. This is a lot of things to say, Hey, we're aware of the problems and we're working to fix them i. don't know how much I. Believe Them. That's natural. Just corporate sectors says them as well but like he was especially has done their damnedest to make sure people don't know about this like there. There have been the past two years out four words were they did there like they did not include those acknowledgements before in the video because they didn't Wanna mix marketing and there I guess reputational scandal at. I don't know how public they're going to be about this and how much they're going to change it. Twenty five percent is a big number. It's. Like. That is a quarter of employees. I mean place it has thousands of thousands of employees that have witnessed or had done to them harassment of some. Twenty percent do not feel respected or safe. Yeah. That is real. Not Good but they're putting that forward they're seen that. Those numbers publicly they're not. As the Senate are people who received the internal email from chemo, send it to G. N.. Yeah. SEE THAT'S This this whole situation fucking sucks. And it's just like we. We need to. Allow people to. Make better decisions. Right. We can still criticize when they make the better decisions for not being good enough. Right. So I look at this and on my cool at least putting forward the four closely related areas in which we need to improve quickly I agree with all those things right and this is a good step forward. How much is that step actually go into effect innings we'll have to wait and see you know. But at least this is the direction that they're trying to go at least they're even saying this. It could be worse it could be better. That's why we're talking about it though it's important that these things get talked about because every single time we do more and more people are aware and more and more people are going to try to hold them accountable and look these four things and in a year look at Ubisoft in question did they do this? So antibiotics writes in saying, have you Monday on Friday a new survey from he came out and said that one in four people experience or with this conduct? Is there any hope to save a company that has misconduct throughout it can't even say now they had no idea without just looking at video. What can you expect at this point while they? Yes. They've been making meaningful changes very slowly. Heck. Even people who are leaving willingly have been ousted as awful people from a company that has just had hit after hit. Thanks antibiotics. I. WanNA I wanNA focus on here. Yeah. People probably needs to go like his company will always artists family will always own ubisoft in some way, but he needs to not be acting if only as a symbolic gesture to the fact that all this went on beneath him and if he did know if he did not know he's massively incompetent if he did know ignored it then he's like that's At. Least Ethical malfeasance have not criminal at some point. Yeah. And it's it's interesting and I with you in the sense that like with where you be is at right now, how much has come out in the last couple of months like figureheads are important figureheads, right they are the face and for him to kind of be the face of all this bad stuff. Yeah if Symbolism alone I feel I came leaving would back up these statements of what they're looking to achieve. Also. It's kind of hard to swallow this because did you talk about Michelle and sell stuff? I didn't talk about the we've talked about him leaving. The projects I didn't talk about follow up stuff. Yeah. So there was a French news story afterwards that said like, yeah, actually he was apparently a terrible boss like bullied his employee stuff like that. And his response to it was. I don't know how to put it besides Trumpian I. Guess in a way like he started with words, fake news and. That to me is an immediate thing like, oh, no, you have more defendant you're saying out here. The fact that. They said the put that nice little video. So our he. Video and they kind of let him do that of yeah. I'm retiring to go to a animal. Conservatory. tweets we wish manship Michelle the best like not clearly he left because he's internal investigations were going on and something was about to come out and they were like fuck this. Yeah. They just let him and they didn't say anything. So it makes me think they are not taking it seriously unless they just kind want to like make all these changes internally like little by little and kind of hope no one notices and that's For as dramatic as it was when this happened, they need to match that level of like. Gravitas and dram- drama as well in their attempts to fix it by saying, Hey, we're doing this publicly. We're doing this transparently we want. We know we are not just a copy of employees that we're like a company that looks out for its employees and. They. They have a long road to go I'm interested to follow how that goes. And I will say I think that they have made a lot of decisions and have done a lot on the lower levels that seem to be in the right direction but then. That is not as saying you're doing right because there still obstacles every which way where it's like now, putting that message in the Utah forward is inexcusable. Honestly there's just Such a spit in the face to all the hardworking people at Ubisoft that are on the right side of this that want this to be that want to be better and see better around them and standby message their the reason that message happened right? There, there is a reason that the higher ups for like, fuck we need to do something ads what they did was I kind of put a band aid on when it really needed surgery Yeah it's there. This is no there's no simple and easy answer. I'm sure they'd love to move pass it last time I checked vod. Still like that. Message was still not there. So. Who knows like even though they promised that subway try at it. So Tim I'm excited to find out if some day they add that message to the, but that's so far away so They were when I look official list of upcoming software across each and every platform is listed by the kind of Funny Games daily show host each and every weekday but a pup pup pup by yeah. Out Today foregone is out on piers for and switch. I've been playing a game store is actually a neat little dead cells like. Throw me in the rivers that. IPC. Drone. Glitch. Since swinger is on a PC. I assume and is not the kind of swinger we expect it to be. You ever know man you never know. Consenting adults can do what they want. ZAW is out on space crunch crunches. US which there's new free. DC for three thousand stool. The wise ones is out today on switch new dates need for speed hot pursuit, which you mentioned earlier out on ps four excess PC number six switch on November thirteenth. digital digital. This room is likely to switch switch on number twenty second duck duck pond to release November fifth for PS four, xbox one switch and Steve Come snappers ultimate with new costumes Travis Touchdown Barman October thirteenth. The. Blessing dream and. I really feel bad for when I saw that it's weird like honestly travis touchdown in. 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Looks like we don't stand it up. It might die in the next couple of days. Also shut onto that Weiner dog. Yeah No, it freaks me out. Thank you know it looks like. Like what do you know what I'm talking about like these really all guess decorations. From the twenty s on Yeah Yeah also, we've got to the XBOX. One X I assume that's down there now under the little setup, just hiding shame nobody needs to you. Know you're. All Right? Re escape reader mail for a bit because we're running Laos. Let's go straight. You're wrong where you guys can tell us what we got wrong through the show. So pumped. For. Twenty seventy seven wow will support ultra why displays at launch but does it support Super Ultra whites? I'm talking about. Fifty one hundred by forty, four, hundred. Damn. That sounds like you made that number up. That's how ridiculously why that is to town. Yeah I did make that ever I totally said that wrong It's Five thousand, one, hundred, twenty, by fourteen forty. I'm GONNA tweet it. Roddick ask him if that's like if that is a super wide resolution is in the game if it supports super ultra-wide, super ultra also super wide that that point that becomes like a my academia superhero move yeah. Yeah. Iran and that's how I live my life. Okay. With a super ultra-wide wide. Frank per further rights in the loudness I assume this referring to for pro. Loud doesn't necessarily mean the thirty most of them get loud thermo pace being messed up in the fan having to make make up for the fact internals aren't being cold properly changed thermal paste it'll be fine. People have told me this before in no, I will not open up my consoles. Thorough based because that's like. To the point of a console I will open up to dust things off every two weeks, but I will not open up my contract. In, two, we say. Yeah I WANNA causal to not do this for it to work from day one elect continue working. I kind of want to get in there now tim you in yours. For Yeah no smell similar that that heat pays them there. Getting their. Someone. Told me about the Super Ultra wide I need to know. Yeah. Superficial was released a couple of weeks ago and siege okay. All right. So that's most of we. Can't be removed. So fuck that I guess like I'm GonNa have to figure out a way position that is not that dumb looking because that is kind of annoying. Your host for tomorrow will be presumably blessing and FM three, underscore framing or Bella? Hopefully. We get blessing back tomorrow we'll see. I highly doubt a highly doubt it. I am pulling for him, but if not, let's Question Mark. Quite yet. Send browsing sweet NASA, love on twitter saluted. Please do that right now for the post show support civil membership or above on pastry dot com slash kind of funny games. Get this. Tim. Thank you always a pleasure. Always we'll see next time on games daily.

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I Am Talking To You | FATHERHOOD FRIDAY

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

19:28 min | Last month

I Am Talking To You | FATHERHOOD FRIDAY

"Dorje one, this fire. Coming home. Welcome to the military veteran dad podcast where it is our mission to bring every dead home. I'm your host Ben Coy. I'm a United States, marine veteran husband in a fog. Will bring authentic conversations to inspire action your life. So we can close the gap between the dad you are today and the dad you wanted me tomorrow this is the military veteran dad podcast. Welcome back to Military Veterans Dad Fatherhood. Friday guys. I'm your host spend Klay drop it on the Mike and Today. I'm going to bring you some cold hard truth but not to every DEB WANNA. One specific dad out there who listens to this podcast WHO Feels empty inside. It doesn't acknowledge it and on the outside looks like everything is. Perfect in his life. And the answers the question how you doing today with good with fine. But. The thing to remember with good and fine. is most people who answered that. Are, not, good nor are they fine but before I don't want to dive in Tell a little dad humor. So this not you not you but you type idea was actually inspired by the movie home, which in our house called, we called the booth movie because essentially this race called the. Takeover Earth their little purple aliens and the Chief Booth points out in one particular scene not purple purple one this purple in that purple this purple and that purple and eventually narrows down to this individual purple one which withdrawal all lightly shaded different kinds of purple and if you see the movie home, you know exactly the him talking about that moment where the cheap boob points out to that one individual purple one. That's kind of thing that I'm doing tonight I'm talking directly to that Dad. because. Dad Looks Okay on the outside that dresses up with good fine every day. that. Dad. Needs to admit that something's wrong. Because, I've learned over the entire time of this podcast and we're coming up on to episode one hundred of the interview shows, and we have almost done the fatherhood Friday for an entire year. I know there are hard truths when it comes to being military veteran dad that this particular dad needs to hear and maybe he hasn't heard them in the way that I'm going to say it today. So I'm GONNA TALK TO HIM So I need you to understand. Is that. All the things that you say in your head. All the different things that. You say are making things. Okay. You might even be thinking that this podcast isn't for you. You might even be saying I just don't always sync up with some of the things that Ben Calls out and that he talks about. You might even have had the balls in your head think that you're above what we talk about this podcast the you already know what all? But here is the cold hard truth. And I haven't really set at this bluntly. But a conversation today really inspired me to dive in a knife hand this information to that debt in particular. All of that crap that you tell yourself is bullshit. All of it. All of that is your ego. Ego is one of the very first fundamental things that had veteran in particular has to turn off. Because to survive our brain used our ego used all of the protection mechanisms that have kept us alive as a human race millennia. To survive in the battlefield to survive in an environment where we had to turn off a lot of our emotions and our ego helped us get there through those moments where we needed to turn off kick in the adrenaline and achieve mission accomplishment. That ego is what's preventing you from coming home today. Walking through that door. and feeling like doormat, versa, father. Because, you can feel success and all the different areas of your life. But if you walk through that door and you feel like a doormat but don't acknowledge it. You're going to have a pit inside that keeps getting deeper and deeper and deeper. And it's that pit that Dad's fall into that. We no longer can see what matters that we come to logical bullshit conclusions that our families better without us and that somehow by taking our own life were ending the pain. Our doing is passing on the pain that we feel inside. It is your ego. That is going to hold you back. Is going to prevent you from feeling your kids are feeling what you need to feel. All of that is your ego. Your Ego is one of those things that is always resisting growth. It wants it's warm and comfort zone want things to be familiar, and it's always going to try to come up with different reasons why you should go back to feeling familiar I can't tell you how many times my ego has played a role in my growth and pulling me back. because. For almost thirty years of me being alive on this earth I was a ticket type of person. It's it's only in the last five that I've really started to find. So my brain. Remember very vividly what it was like for those first thirty years living those different things have any certain troops be true every day in order to wake up and go to work. But I had to start calling bull shit on those different things every time I have I've been able to push through something and get through it. Because you can justify anything in your head. You can justify ice cream orioles is worth it because you had a hard day at work and maybe maybe it's not ice cream and oriole maybe it's a beer maybe is your ego saying you know what a beers always been at one thing that kind of helps you come down at night you had a long day have that beer but maybe that beer that you have is something that keeps going maybe they'd beers the net you continue as a trend. Next thing you know you might be getting divorced because you become an alcoholic. That ego was just trying to find familiarity. And we didn't have the conscious to realize that we could push back. That we had a choice. To all of it. We didn't have to do it the way we were doing it, but your ego wants you to go back there. Because while you're ego knows true in your heart. Is that you have shit in your shadows. The things that you do not talk about at dinner parties whether that be a friend that died in Iraq or Afghanistan, and you've got to come home and he didn't maybe it wasn't one friend maybe it was ten friends. Those things those feelings scare the living hell out of you just thinking about them. Those things. Scare you inside. And dealing with them going through that darkness that shadow. Is Not, something that's comfortable. It is not something that's easy. Which is why your Egos always trying to keep that shit inside your shadows. As long as in the shadows, it can kind of create this persona. Okay look everything. That's in the light is perfect. Loan and behold eighty percent of your own circle. is in darkness and you're only living life of twenty percent that's in the light imagine a person that living twenty percent in the light and hides everything else who he is. Think of that person of how much they're on autopilot. And I bet that's you. Not the. Other purple one, this purple one, the one that I'm talking to tonight, the doesn't acknowledge in comes up with all these BS reasons of why things are the way they are and that it's perfectly okay being the way they are. and. I'm all about giving someone grace and understanding that everybody's trying especially that twenty twenty nobody's been trying more than me. I've been trying in different ways and life just keeps throwing different things at me. I keep going I, keep owning, and going and going, and they keep changing. Because nothing changes if nothing changes. You don't realize what the EGO doesn't. Let you see. Is that you need other people in your life to move forward. You're not meant to go through that darkness alone. You had a tribe when you're in the military, you had a brother had your six that you knew if you had to go into battle and you had to move up to that house, the scattered out and see what was up there. You knew there was someone behind you that had your six but right now wherever you're listening to this podcast episode. You feel alone. You feel that if you go into that darkness, you might not come out because you don't know what's in there. And that scares the living hell out of you. And I want to tell you. that. That's okay. This is where the grace comes in acknowledging that scares you. That is a very human thing. It's not ego that's not anything that's an emotion. Something we probably haven't felt in a long time if you're this dad that I'm talking to. But it's perfectly fine to be scared. But you have to admit that to yourself because we don't Mitt that to yourself. You're living ally everyday that everything's okay in good and fine, but it's not. What you have to remember is that being a man passionate twenty twenty, it works when we lean in. We put her ego aside and we engage with life, but not just engage with the work and the nonsense engage with your family engage with a brotherhood. Maybe that's not the military. Maybe you are a veteran and your there on their side of his transition and you've you're no longer serving in the military. Find that tribe. Because what anybody knows that they have a tribe to life with and I'm not talking about drinking a beer and sharing the ESPN news from that day I'm talking about someone that if that person's going through divorce everybody in that tribe has their back. That tribe Will help get you through what that darkness because nine times ten someone in your tribe has walked through that darkness. They already know where the booby traps are. They already know where the landmines are. The already know where the claim more czar. But you can't do it alone and that's the biggest lie that we tell ourselves. Because what I've learned in the last five years is that there's this crazy thing that happens if I were to rewind my life to about four and a half years ago I was at a point where I was climbing a mountain just like everybody else does I hate going to school ahead started a family I had a job I was doing everything we had a house. And I felt like I was climbing on a mountain and I was stuck. And I looked up at felt like there was this halo cloud around the mountain. The prevented me from seeing anything higher. Than, when I looked down all I could see was the shit. That I was still holding onto that I wasn't really acknowledging that I was still carrying with. The Shit. That's in the darkness. That stuff. That's there that Shit. You're holding onto the cloud. That's above. Your head. It's scary. You might be two thousand feet up on this mountain and you're looking down like man if I fall I'm bouncing 'cause it's a long fucking way down. The new look up and you're like man I don't even know where to go I don't even know if there is a top they can't see through clouds. But. What you don't know is that cloud only comes when you're standing still when you are not engaging with your life in a way that's growth in a way that's moving forward and building a better tomorrow a better you. That cloud to sits there. And what you don't know about relationships and there has been a few people in my life that have been a hand that has reached out of that cloud. And reach down to me give me that feeling like I had Marine Corps I got your back. Give me your hand and they pull me up. I've always said I did a special fatherhood Friday on in a couple months ago about a barrel of monkeys mindset being one hand up one hand down. And that's what that is when someone reaches down to the cloud to grab an fellow brother, who's struggling to help lift them up. But you don't remember and what I don't remember either in that moment looking behind me is there were so many other men still climbing. I could have easily been that hand for someone else. Because there's always someone ahead of you and there's always someone behind you. We were never meant to do life alone. That's why I repeat over and over if it hasn't sunk in and you've listened to the PODCAST, you're not picking up the right vibe because I repeated more times than I can count. Elenio. Men survived new tribe. It's only in the last two hundred years that we really thought. We could do it alone. It's never been more apparent in the amount of men committing suicide in the amount of veterans committing suicide, the amount of fathers committing suicide. That men need tribes we were never designed to do it alone is a guarantee that life will give you more than you can handle. So I'M GONNA go back to you. I've just pulled the veil back and ripped off your band aid. You hold on your good and fine and just exposed the SCAB. It probably fucking hurts I. Hope it does a little because that pain that you feel right now that is a moment where you could actually think. Back from this moment in the future. I want you to do an exercise with me. Your Dad that I'm talking to imagine yourself an October ninth. Twenty twenty one. And you look behind you on the mountain climbing. Net Shit that you're holding onto isn't there. You cut that cord a long time ago. You consistently can see higher on the mountain of headed. You can consisting look behind you and enjoy the view which is your family that you're building every single day when you show up with. Dad. And when you look down, you consistently see men behind you. That you're able to help and show the way. because. Like I said before the shit in your darkness. Scary. It's frightening. But someone has gone through it before. And you can help someone else go through it as well. Just like someone hopefully on October nine, hundred, twenty one helps you get through. Because guys that version of you particular data I'm talking to an October nineteen, twenty, twenty one. Imagine. How you would feel on that day. A year from now if all that shit that just said came true. Imagine the connection that you could feel with your kids. Imagine the feeling. That you're going to have with your wife. Imagine the amazing sex and connection that you would have with your wife when your mind is no longer worried about someone noticing the shadow of your life when you're no longer worried about contending with the emotions that maybe you're feeling. The middle of having sex with your wife whatever it may be. Imagined that feeling of how good? October. Ninth, two thousand, twenty, one fields. Now Imagine today October Ninth Two thousand twenty a year filled with entire balls of shit that nobody saw coming. Imagine that year that we've had this year. And you look back a year from now and say you know what? October? Ninth. Twenty twenty. That was the day. That I, cut the fucking court on my shit I decided to go through the darkness. Maybe reached out to a counselor to help me through I reached out to a friend who I know. Went through this. And today is a day that changed everything that Act Tober twenty twenty is a date that you remember forever. Just like my January twenty seventh I've kind of coined as my alive day. Just like people who survive ID's coin they're alive days. Every day after January twenty seventh is bonus for me. I feel more alive. Now after January January twenty seven, th I have my entire life. And I needed that day the happened to get me to the point where I'm at today and this could be your day. Tober ninth twenty twenty could be the day that changed everything for you because you acknowledge the dad that I'm talking to you pulled back the shit and said, you know what? That's me and today's the last day. I ever get labeled as a dad that's hiding the dad doesn't acknowledge what he's acknowledging. That he needs to acknowledge. The Dad that said I'm going to go home. Love my kids love my wife. And never looked back and continue to grow and be the best fucking data could be if you've heard me talk in the podcast, lot. I've often said your friend died in Iraq and Afghanistan. So you could come home be the best fucking dad could be. If that dad that brand that you lost was a dad there's a data out there that no longer gets a hug. Their kids no longer gets to feel the connection with his wife you do. To honor his legacy of what the gift that he gave you. To. Come home and hug your kids you need to recognize. October not ninth is that day to turn. To make sure that every day you live a life worth remembering that sacrifice that our friends and brothers gave us doesn't matter if you lost her friend, I live in connect with my kids in a way hopefully that I'm living up to the life. That those never got have. Because? That's what it's about guys. And so you the Dan I'm talking to think about this. What are you holding onto? Can. You cut it today? And what does your Tober Ninth Twenty Twenty One look like. Guys. I'm going to sign off and I will talk to you guys again. On Monday.

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#222 Cyberpunk 2077 World Map Leaked!

Latest In Tech News

38:31 min | Last month

#222 Cyberpunk 2077 World Map Leaked!

"CYBERPUNK twenty seventy, seven world map leaked and more coming up on today's episode of the latest in Tech. News. A gadget here you're just in time for the latest episode of the world's only three and one show on tech gadgets and gaming news at threat. This is lace intact news. My name is Taylor. American if you're new here, well hit to subscribe button if you like what you hear stick around. We typically do this every weekday. Except recently it's been kind of. Difficult with Bundler stuff going on I don't know I'm having a difficult time. I'm going to be brief. Here. Trying to figure out what exactly you the listener want, and I'm having a tough time figuring it out in part of it's my problem in Parv. It's not your problem but just other things going on it's really difficult to put together a show trying to find a time for a show because ideally, I'd love for this to be done more often on a more consistent schedule understand but. The ways in which to show is being consumed. See. Most of the audience listening tuning in Within v The podcast very few watch video. So I'm actually debating if I should even continue doing the video on youtube since like. A far fewer amount of people tune in via the video that actually. Listen to the show I mean in in terms of statistics alone, and I'll get into the show briefly here. I know you're not here to listen to me. Talk about stuff that should be totally nother different show. But more people. From over one hundred countries around the world are coming to listen to the show. Not Watch a show on Youtube Nat tune in live on twitch to watch. which is something else excited about doing was nine PM Central Standard Time, Monday, to Friday is just. I'm having a hard time bringing myself to actually doing a live show and making the youtube video. So that being said I know it's a new month Zach Tober and a been kind of up and down and back and forth unto episodes. It's been very sporadic. I'm hoping to get back on my consistent schedule of every show done every single day of the week. Except for the weekends, so I still want to five shows a week. But likely will be doing for October and then taking a step back to look at data I will be. Doing, the PODCAST ONLY I won't be recording it live on twitch. I won't be recording it as a video and putting it up on youtube because it seems very apparent nobody tunes in for the live show and very few people washed video more people listen to podcasts and I'm actually up in rankings in terms of stories all around the world I'm talking about within the top twenty five tech news shows so. I'd rather keep doing this podcast. I know how to do it. It's a whole of fun I enjoy podcasting very much. So that being said this podcast you're listening to episode. Wise. Will Continue. It's just A. At the end of the month, I will determine whether or not I want to continue the livestream twitch and or the youtube videos of the video recording afterwards. But that's not why you're here listen to me rant and rave about stuff that should honestly be. A separate topic discussed in a separate show. With different people. In hint formulating ideas as I speak here, not forty seven different ones. One or two but you're here to find out about while the top story that will be talking about today looks like Cyberpunk Twenty, seventy, seven headed world map revealed in an apparently now, not sure if it was deliberate or not not sure if this is the actual map or not but. We'll jump in take a brief look. figure out what's going on if it is great if eight and whatever probably have fun playing a game anyways. Right whilst be taking a look at how to buy a TV for gaming in two, thousand, twenty and I. Figured I to get this in and I know why the article was mainly you don't usually cover this stuff. If you don't know already it's important to know some things so that when holiday season comes of which sales will be coming in very quickly and products. Accordingly Force at prices. You probably know that what's what about TV's and what to get for gaming related stuff and figuring is an X. box or or playstation Computer. Go over that. Must be looking at invidia announcing a fifty nine dollar jetson now to Gig a single board computer with makers in mind now actually. Is something we'll get into it momentarily, but there's some near my art hours be taking a look at playstation five running cool and quiet according to initial hands on reporting. Whilst would be taking a look at India's new paper cove in nineteen tests that could be a game changer. Now, I'm not bringing that specific virus up for political reasons. I'm bringing it up purely from technological standpoint and we'll be keeping it only on that Let me just make that very clear off the bat. Whilst we taking a look at Kaspersky finding a sophisticated malware in. This is. Kind of creepy. Will be going over to specifics of the type of malware it's. On, on par to be one of those, well I have an apple I can't get infected of malware virus. Yeah. If you install something on your peripheral keyboard five, hundred, twelve megabytes of memory go undetected who's great syllabi getting into that momentarily and finally be taking a look at Microsoft fixing one of the worst things about windows ten with that being said, let's hop on over to today's feature article. Okay, sell. Here the deeds. cyberpunk twenty, seventy seven is coming out soon. Looks like a world map. Hind the GAL leaked to the public. Just, over a month away from the release of Cyberpunk, twenty, seventy, seven on November nineteenth provided doesn't get delayed. Again, we might have our first look at the Games full map today leaker posted a physical map on reset era included with cyberpunk physical edition at appears the show that games full night city including such locales as Haywood Santo Domingo and Watson is article is provided via game spot dot com By the way, we will have links to all of the articles that we cover in today's show over a tech news gadget dot net. So if you're one of those wondering, Hey, just going to cover anything or you're going to. Provide. US With the show notes I always provide you guys with the show notes that way you can look and feast your eyes upon goodness for yourselves without having to listen to me. Rant and rave about the good bad and ugly. But in terms of image. If you want to actually see it techniques gadget dot net click on the article it'll take you right to it. So it's pretty interesting. It's looks like a fairly large map. It reminds me of. To an extent Tom Clancy type. One of those type Games. Mixed with maybe a little bit of Arkham city. Yeah a little bit of an Arkham city type map going on like a city centre like dead set in the middle Watson is like a borough that Westbrook it looks like a big old mountain range out to west. CENTER INGO To, the South East and straight to South PACIFICA. So. It's Kinda. Interesting. You're not supposed to be playing the map appears to line up with what we've been seeing of the Games, seven major districts in promotional materials so far girls included a set of postcards that comes with the Games physical edition Cyberpunk Twenty-seven has gone gold but development continues CD project red continues to prepare for patches and updates that will follow the games release. The game has received two commercials as Star noted actor Keanu Reeves as he portrays learned games matter many cybernetic enhanced criminals. As previously reported workers are being forced to undergo crunch because obviously crunch tweak final of development. The Mandatory Six Day Workweek A. So for those of you game developers, you kinda understand go in that. Bloomberg reported at some staff have been crunching nights and weekends for over a year to finish the game despite seedy peers. Previous commitment to avoid crunch time it's it's unavoidable when it comes to game development, it's unavoidable unavoidable especially in some instances where you haven't been able to finish, you've wanted to finish because other things came up. So, hopefully we'll. See how it goes hopefully releases next month on time. Are you guys excited looking forward to it? Let me know In whichever way you want to comment on the website hit us up on twitter. We are at Tech News. Gadget. If you actually if you actually want to join the conversation, here's what I will say. Join US over undescored yes. We have a discord server feel free to happen Naronha, general chat and. Share your thoughts I'm usually on. Talking To self codes great. But also have a cooler couple. Cool. Other features going on undescored server. But I feel like that would be the best place to continue the conversation if that's something that you want to do its server dischord. Is Free to join. Details on the website Tech News Gadget doesn't it All right. Next up here we got an article from how to Geek now this is kind of a long and lengthy article on not GonNa go over it Tim Brooks wrote this article. Titled How to Buy ETV for gaming in twenty twenty, I'm going to be highlighting. Some of the. Top points that we kind of wanted to share here otherwise feel free to click on over to the article to read the rest. There are images and graphics that go along with it. Possibly a video or to stuff that you might want to keep in mind now. When it comes to a TV for display technology has come a long way in a decade. If you WANNA TV for video games including next Gen console and PC titles your needs are quite different from the average shopper. The next generation of consoles and high end PC graphics cards is here Sony. Microsoft. Or battling the playstation five next back series Ex together both of which sport HDMI. Two point one ports. INVIDIA has also unleashed its record breaking three series cards with full support for hd two point one. So what's the big deal with? Hd two point one well. How your TV connects to Consoles Blu Ray players in many PC graphics cards you see hd two point. Oh, caps out at a bandwidth of eighteen gigabytes per second, which was enough for four K content at sixty frames per second. However here's what's impressive. Hd my two point one. Caps out at forty eight. GIGABITS per second this includes support for four K at one hundred, twenty frames per second with each Dr. Or Eight K at sixty frames per second also support for compressed audio and host of other features like refresh rates and automatic low latency mode to minimize. Input Lake. Keep in mind though HD, my two point one is only worth it. If a TV has a hundred and twenty hertz panel, some TV's advertise it. They only have a sixty hertz panel that means they can't take advantage of one hundred and twenty frames per second because it displays only capable of sixty frames per second but the question is, will you need extra bandwidth while? If you WANNA, make the most out of new consoles you do. However it's unclear how many next GEN Games will be supporting four K and one hundred, twenty frayn's. Couple handful of xbox series x titles that will support it. List includes Halo Infinite. And Oriental will of the whisks dirt five years of war five. So keep an eye out. Annette. Something else. Are Variable refresh rate auto lowly NC mode, and quick frame transport. Some of the new hd two point one features are also available via the older HD, my two point all standard and have been implemented on TV that don't explicitly support hd might two point one. Sort of a couple things to keep in mind with that Variable refresh rate is. Depending on it is either HD, my vr or variable refresh rate depending on PC gamer consoles. Microsoft is working on a feature for their xbox playstation five is also expected to support it. Nothing confirmed on that it's designed to prevent screened herring So if you don't like that tearing effect. Something to keep in mind with that. S for latency while shopping for a new TV, you'll likely see to similar sounding terms that refer to different things latency or lag and response time latency is the time it takes the display to react your input. For example, if you press a button to jump on a controller delayed and see is how long it takes for your character to jump onscreen lowly NC can give you the edge competitive multiplayer games or make fast paced single player games more responsive. This delay is measured in milliseconds, generally latency of fifteen milliseconds or less is imperceptible. Some high in TV's can get down to around ten but anything below twenty five is usually good enough. How important is it depends entirely on assorted games we play type of player you are and your budget. So obviously keep that in mind. Response. Time refers to Pixel response. This is how long it takes a Pixel to change from one color to another usually quoted in great great performance is also measured in milliseconds and it's not unusual for high end displays to have a pixel response of one millisecond or better. OILY DIV displays in particular have an almost instantaneous response time. So keep an eye on net there's also free sink and g think to keep in mind. G. Sink is usually for NVIDIA and. PC side of things. To keep in mind. Works a lot with the MVP. GT. R.. T. X. Cards. So. There's at to keep in mind. Finally Might WanNa consider where you'll be playing. They're currently two main panel types on the market led lit L. CD's including q elise and self lit oily DIS LCD panels can get much better than oil because oil he is a self amiss of or ganic technology that's more susceptible to permanent image retention at high brightness. But if you're going to be playing in a very bright room, you might find an oil easy simply isn't bread enough most oily deep panels are subject to auto brightness limiting, which reduces the overall screen brightness in. Well, it seems now see panels aren't susceptible to this in can get much brighter. So depending on. When and where you're playing if you're. During the day in a room full of windows, lots of ambient lighting LCD might be a better choice however in a light controlled room at night with subtle lighting in Oh led, we'll give you the best picture quality so. It's really up to you to decide which better suits your budget in gaming environment net being said I'll have linked to the rest of this article in the show notes just some thoughts to think about and as you're planning for binding buying maybe the next console or just kind of getting a little bit of better TV, keep in mind your budget and exactly what you're looking for. All right moving on to the next article looks like nvidia is announcing fifty nine dollar Jetson Nanno two Gigabyte, a single board computer with makers in mind. Now the reason why it's interesting to me why it's interesting to you as well or at least should be is. I'm not sure how much Tinkering around with computers you did back in a day but for me. Back in a day when I started getting interested in computers. I took apart a record player thinking it'd be learn something off of that. It was it was a piece of garbage somebody at tossed out by the curb near live in me being curious sort decided while I'm GonNa go grabbed record player in. Tear it open and see what makes it run. I broke it in the process never really did fix it wasn't really planning on making it work. anyways. I just wanted to see what it looked like inside, and that's kind of what started me on the path. I started going to the library and reading books about computers and putting computers together. The different parts of the computers. Honestly if I had been. So tuned in to looking at cars, I probably would have been easy gearhead but I quickly. Over to computers, which is probably my benefit in my family 'cause they still calling me for help from time to time, which is entertaining because they. Know cars more than I do and I know computers more than day with it works out so When it comes to computers. I figured a lot of stuff and then. Putting A. Computer together taking it apart breaking stuff trying to figure out what stuff does. I. Did it all But. INVIDIA is kicking off their line of GPO accelerated single board computers. Gain was kind of like A. Arena visiting of they started is back in two thousand fourteen with the Jetson tk one, two, hundred, dollar USD. Development System for those looking to get involved with the burgeoning world. So called edge computing, it was designed to put high performance computing into a small energy efficient enough package that could be directly integrated into products rather than connecting data center halfway across the world. The tk one was an impressive hardware but not something the hacker and maker Community was necessarily interested in. Yes. I kind of got into a I. Guess Maybe Hacker Cracker Maker in. Communities. Is Really Weird. Because from was interested in Trying to figure out a CIPHERS and. Deciphering. Codes and went off on a tangent there for like a good couple years. But yet, a k. one was fairly expensive but perhaps more importantly clearly geared towards more industry types then consumers. We did see occasional project using a t. k. one and subsequent tk wanted. To Board. But they were few and far between. Then came the jets Nanno. It's one hundred, twenty eight core Maxwell CPU still pack plenty of power in the fully compatible with envious Khuda architecture. But it's law size and ninety nine dollar price tag made it far more attractive for hobbyists according to the company's on figures the number of active jetson developers as more than triple. Cincinnati introduction in March of twenty, nine, thousand nine with the platform accessible to larger and more diverse group of users new and innovative applications for machine learning started pouring in. So. They decide to do. Is Cut the price of the entry level jetson hardware in half. But nvidia wanted to bring even more developers into the fray. So why not see if lightning can strike twice today officially announced that the new Jetson Nanno to Gig will go on sale later this month for just fifty nine dollars. Got Pictures that go along with this it's Definitely. Interesting. Is, not, a new device essentially, just a cost optimized version of the hardware was released back in two thousand nineteen same size draws the same amount of power and has the same exact maxwell GPO in broad terms a drop in replacement for the more expensive Nanno. In fact, it's so similar. You might not even be able to tell the difference between the two miles at first especially since the biggest change is invisible as name applies the new model only has two gigabytes of Ram compared to four in the original Nanno. So. Obviously, this is designed for Hackers makers and If you WANNA start taking a look at all of that. Well. Have Fun I mean I I never got up to this kind of level or interested in this angle of Hacking in making I, just kind of I guess basic-. Yeah. I know how to avoid change on a car is. GonNa tell me 'cause I know apparently how to put a computer together in parts Kinda goes a little bit more in depth But it it definitely has SOME NEAT applications to go into if you looking to get your feet wet with ai and machine learning picking up a Jetson Nanno and ninety nine dollars, it was a great choice now that there's a fifty nine dollars version and includes access to training and certification program is barely even a choice left to make which end is exactly what invidia wants and A. Kudos for releasing this buddies. Man. You guys if you're interested in this kind of stuff jump in, let me know what you think if you enjoy it. so much cool stuff like if I had. Time to jump into the stuff I definitely would because. tickle in my interest as it were. But I, don't have any I. Don't have any time. I have two kids who run around and keep my life full enough. All right. Moving on playstation five looks like initial reports. Are saying that it runs cool and quiet. We got pictures that go along here keep in mind if you guys like the show. In want to hear more. Review out at wherever you're listening to this. Ideally, apple podcasts is great but wherever you are listening to this show from police considering leaving a review that lets me know and everyone else listening no what you think of the show. And what it means to you means a lot to me. When I hear reviews. An, thoughts from you guys so feel free to do that. But that being said like most of the world looks like ars Technica where I got this article from is still waiting for their first hands on experience I am to a Sony. If you WanNa send me a review unit, I will be more than happy to oblige. All like Sony's listening to this episode, we'll find out. Playstation five. Is going to be released next month. But over the weekend, a handful of Japanese journalists and youtubers got the trial Sony's new system and have revealed a few new tidbits about the hardware design. The most welcome news at least for those accustomed to the engine fan noise is sometimes encountered on playstation three and four and it definitely online. I have a playstation for the playstation. Five five seems to be relatively quiet even while in continuous use. Than Geeky online noted that it was really quiet after playing for hours in her room with no apparent heat fact surface, the system itself, which is good I. Hope they. Yeah between a playstation four and playstation five like one of my biggest hole was please tell me you guys six the Fan cooling system so that I don't have to hear a jet engine taking off in my room. Av. Watch similarly noted that the operating sounded a main unit is now slower than. Of the playstation four as let's the sound of pressing buttons on a dual sense controller and four gamer confirmed that the exhausts gentle at could hardly hear what seemed to be the rotating noise of the fan. You Watch also noted that there's an led gap between white body in the black part of the playstation five itself. It's apparently used to show the systems current status blue assistance connected to power in white when assistance on much like the playstation for. The playstation fires new dual sense controller features, colored lights as well. These accent led's can shine blue red green or purple through the smog APPs to the left and right of the track pet in the center of the controller. In addition to dual sense has bore led lights that shine beneath the track pad to indicate which player number corresponds with that controller, which is kind of. Interesting. four-game are also notes that you can see some middle parts through the gap in the upper intake of the system itself is already some speculation at dismantle latch is used to access the interior of the system to install a approved single up dis for storage expansion but nothing confirmed yet. The Japanese press didn't get to see playstation five new system level user interface which playstation VP. has previously promised, will be one hundred percent overhauled ps four Ui that showcases some very different new concepts. Didn't get to see much but. About it And if you're looking for more active look at playstation five for meat, sue has a video showing close up use of the dual sense controller as well as direct feed video footage of Astros playroom and God fall so. Definitely. Looking forward to it coming out next month still debating if I want to get that xbox. Playstation voice had playstation I've always enjoyed it. We'll see how things pan out. All right. So now onto some news that will not be political. So for as much as Covid nineteen has taken twenty twenty by storm and. Basically driven countries around the world in people therein mad. India's new paper covid nineteen tests could be a game changer now. I'm one for tech. News and if there's something new and interesting I, love highlighting it. This is one of those times. A team of scientists in India has developed an inexpensive paper based test for corona virus that could give fast results similar to a pregnancy test. Just wait the BBC's sue took Biswas and crew pappy unpack how it works the test named after famous Indian fictional detective is based on gene editing technology called crisper scientists estimate that ticket called SALUDA would return results in under an hour in cost five, hundred rupees that translates to about six dollars and seventy five cents us. Flu will be made by a leading Indian conglomerate. Totta and could be the world's first paper-based covid nineteen tests available in the market. Interesting According to the professor, it's a simple. Zeiss. Reliable scalable and Frugal test researchers at two delhi-based CSI are Institute of Dynamics and integrative biology where food was developed as well as private labs try to test on samples from about two thousand patients including ones who had already tested positive for the coronavirus. They found that the new test at ninety six percent sensitivity in ninety eight percent specificity. The accuracy of test is based on needs to proportions attest that's highly sensitive will detect almost everyone who has the disease and attest that has a high specificity will. Correctly rule out everyone who doesn't have the disease The first test ensures not too many false negative results in a second test not too many false positives. India's drug regulator has cleared the test for commercial use with more than six million confirmed infections. India has the world's second highest COVID. Nineteen Caseload more than hundred thousand people in the country have died of the disease so far in India after Seoul start, India's now testing a million samples day in more than twelve hundred laboratories across the country, and it is using those two tests was. Is that? The first time tested gold standard. Pr, slob tests, which uses chemicals to amplify the viruses material laboratory. The second is a speedy Antigen Test Antigen one of those to which works by detecting virus fragrance in sample keep in mind the PTR test is generally reliable and cost up to twenty four hundred rupees has little false, positive and low false negative rates. The Antigen tests are cheaper. They are more precise in detecting positive infections, but generate more false negatives than PCR test. Scaling of testing in India hasn't been easy availability at Long wait times and unavailability of kits and are currently doing a lot of rapid antigen testing which have problems with false positives. Now, this is where it gets interesting Dr Bond. Researcher in Global Health and Health Policy says that Florida could potentially replace the antigen tests because it could be comparatively cheaper and more accurate. So. It's interesting still has to go through some other tests. Articles on to explain a couple of things further, but it's it's. Quite impressive, quite impressive technology like cove nineteen test kits. It's as simple as a pregnancy test. Could. Like that just blows your mind like this only made headline news in hit the world in the beginning of this year or in October of twenty twenty. And this kind of test has already come out and and it's going to be heading out to commercial testing very soon. This is this is impressive and a cost. It's a lot more reasonable I mean. Wow Quite quite impressive some definitely Kudos. To everyone involved in the process and a quite an impressive simple fee of technology out simple paper tests, we just run these two tests and we find out you do it that way you don't have to swab stuck up your nose descript back your whatever, and hopefully not hit your brain. To find. Even though it's highly unlikely. It just hurts and it's weird definitely disturbing to say the least. But this test. To. Pieces of paper. Really simple. Yeah. Quite impressive. Moving on to a couple of articles. Kaspersky is finding a sophisticated e F I'm our in the wild I'll drop this article showing us but essentially they've. found. A. Based Mauer. Randomly folding around on the Internet. It operates on a low level boot manager that underlies much modern computers and has extreme system access in stained. The good news is that you're probably not going to have to worry about getting infected, just throw this out there. So you're aware the unified extensible firmware interface. You is a software that lives on your computer's motherboard is the first thing to turn on when you boot up to system, and that allows it access to almost every part of the operating system. It will also persist reboots formats and even system component replacement. Since the U. E. F. I. resides on a flash memory chip soldier to the board, very hard to inspect from Hell Air. An even harder to purge so. I guess the Achilles Heel Achilles heel of motherboards this great. Is Vials doping in the beginning of the show Sane Hail you apple people running out there we can't get a virus on our computer. While when you have five hundred, hundred gigabytes of memory. Five hundred twelve megabytes of memory rather on your keyboard, which is a peripheral when you scan your Mac you're not scanning the peripherals and that's where it resides. And it just went. Oh, are you little q our? If envenom on the motherboard this is great. So if you want to own a system and reduce the likelihood of getting caught you Efi Mauer is the way to go. The problem is is very difficult to get malicious code into UEFA. Systems. But Kaspersky integrators special for more scanner into its antivirus products in two thousand, nineteen Nahla is saying that it has detected a second known instance of you. I'm our which is calling mosaic regressive. So Wasn't caught on computers here in the United States, it was caught on computers in Asia It's A long and varied it was definitely interesting to try and find it. But if you guys are interested in reading a little bit more about that, I will have link in the show notes. And finally, I know it's the long. Show note. Kind of day. Keep in mind if you guys interested in anything covered today, be sure it had over to Tech News Gadget Dot net you can get your full show notes. But wrap up today's episode with while Microsoft article. Fixing. One of the worst things about windows ten. There is a new windows ten update that lets you manually disabled being in order to speed up search just keep in mind that the steps involved are meant for power users Word of warning the below steps are for experienced users so unless you actually know how to Added the computer, not break it. handle with care According to a new windows latest blog post this at it will remove ads from windows search. Disabled. In order to speed it up. And it can also lead to higher quality searchers also trying to find something on your local drive To be fair this should be a much easier process. Microsoft. Should just have a toggle settings for this, which is stupid. They showed it just on this from the beginning but no, this is Microsoft trying to say we want being to take over the world is not going to happen people don't like being. Being. Sorry. It's a joke Nichols. Back years. This an inside joke that I I love ripping on being whenever chance I get It's got work that needs to be done and Microsoft is certainly not a search engine. Company but there are some steps. It does require you to make changes in registry editor section of windows ten that is mostly reserved PC experts so If you make a mistake here, you could wreck your whole system and getting anyone help you at that point will be definitely hard So don't do it unless you know what you're doing They do have a guide on how to do it. And while you being safe and cautious, be sure to back up your PC the. They do have cloud backup services an available. Possibly or or you can do it locally. But yeah, it looks pretty simple like eleven steps So. If you are annoyed with it, if you are an expert pc user feel free to dig in, I will have link in the show notes. EPA DO KEEP in mind. Don't try to homeless unless you know what you're doing. All. Right. That wraps up this episode of Italy's Intech News. 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Barstool Rundown - October 29, 2019

Barstool Rundown

28:13 min | 1 year ago

Barstool Rundown - October 29, 2019

"Two Thousand Twenty nine and thirty I is Thursday yeah it's just wrong I actually those Wednesday to Wednesday all right it's the rundown soft Tober thirtieth tomorrow's Halloween and want anytime anyplace scot-free beget every year you should be able to commit one legitimate murder in a haunted house the only comeback you bet you can't execute everybody executed you have to save that no can't take everything in the weeds as I am now to kick the field goal thirteen two and a half minutes left so I turn it off and went to sleep because I knew the only thing that could happen is bad forgive you did listen if you although you don't you can't you have to see with your eyes not head over to your local yet head over to your local liquor store and ask them directly to get some Boston stock or participate markets check drizzly for home delivery the rundown is murder we had reserve executed for like can't execute every team resulted a seriously vodka fused with fresh pink lemonade flavor keep this game changer on deck for Tailgates Games and wash parties can't find a bottle of pink good morning Dave I know I just don't believe you have to watch it well what happened was we fucking premature he goes you're so lucky that whistle Roland Garros trained single ball is a throwback to two thousand fifteen fourteen ish when you got on that murder streak I could murder anybody pursued quarterback look I guess I'm fucking drugs and afraid of getting Nava concussion off yet so so so dolphins plus fourteen in and the steelers scored is brought to new Amsterdam vodka the official Barstool Sports Mona football last night cash it Daniel if it's Patrick giving a pick six or fumble or anything the only thing that can happen to me at that point was bad and you're ready to buy any of this be up at five points yeah very the first episode yeah no I don't trust Stan that rep goes to be a lot but he has to be executed deal you think you by the way this represented the ball was bandied about like just about uniforms don't even know what was going on in Boston housing around for like ten minutes it was a fumble just mad that he didn't suffer so he went to bed he latest he goes you you're so lucky that whistle and I hope what was AAC the run does spread by new Amsterdam Vodka ourselves sports teamed up new Amsterdam's create our signature drink the pink Whitney created by spitting chocolates croup the team It was just so great was like you lucky that whistle houses I'm sleeping had no idea what he was gonNA sleep anymore you can trust me because any shows that's already like his real no no no my brain is like late and it was like what's happening and then just write sports the latest they had auto play ads which do suck I'll give deadspin that they suck but we were like bankrupted need money you have firm and he's like hey we just write about sports maybe not I like this guy lot spent I don't know why because he first he's in it was like an open hand and then you go home radically blow the whistle I started a new show. I'm not gonNa tell your smirking like is going to be bad not blinders no to- People Watch I don't watch PBS. The one zero prime we went to Illinois Ohio State game in the rain getting pelted with Beers Ah shut them complain about every fucking Tuxedo and travel around the country for dumb and Dumber to then do you have to know these people aren't just going to be like okay well fuck them it will start everybody looked like if you bought this company you you have to fire whisper to me well you do now tummy what is it I don't know that I trust you I we are not going to spoil it for you want to know what it is but if people I respect spoilers well I thought he was just like I bought this piece of shit and I gotta turn it around to know who you're sending emails and stuff like would you have to know who you're by Adhikari bad worry this one's fail you fired fuck you fired fog aw deadspin they're all fall and their whole fallen piece Laura wags must I don't know I don't know how my mind have somehow get program yeah murder murder she wrote I started Angela Lansbury started boss's shitheads not 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kindergarten smarter lunatics would yeah exactly I just it's I was never fucking ruined one of my pets then throw the brick throttle breath believe all series astle he ruined that movie the He tried to have the party with the MDA's and stuff whereas like chill chicks only come on the Mike I whispered pretty low you did my show I know but it will be hashtag done with him forever skins now there's no proof but there is proof in the fact nobody would ever hold these those photoshop are year one overruled me and put him where he wanted just it was hung outside the studio correct spackling over well now it looks like Shit report anything like that rap he deserves it desmond guy does not rough even the Washington redskins are hiring actors to hold signs at road games that like it said this is our year as an like see the auto the the we got the mattie racing like the hood and put them all over the place he asked me he's like where do you want him I told him specifically where I wanted to just in the front got it's like if you walk in as to your left as a movement towards player lightness along players to capitalize on people's US I mean when we beast they should work the deal okay as soon as we have pro it's like almost in sports like you're gonNA bring in a D tiger right now self pay your book rugged to show McCoy's also survived and maybe the NCAA you think he is he's done what did you hear what you did well spider ran on it where they are now but Africa put him up spiders like want me to move now it's no big deal uh-huh I mean they had no choice so I don't know what the big deal here we get our game back is sports yes yeah it's in the game the store is awesome so it hasn't been one hundred percent through window buckle up because this is the longest I've seen you got to stay that looks like it's fucking underway actually the best is there not the dog is I feel bad for the reds took sole Photoshop Photoshop most thin-skinned billionaire on the planet but at some point don't you I know obviously affects you a lot more that affects us but like respected yeah all but our Guy Kevin Hayes is putting up season Gretzky like h l so Dolan sent you was used to send like the Rangers letters I with us on the are the dogs on the case of the dogs you're wondering lake mustaches like it looks like they put on like the why would he be fuck you hey you can't do anything with Barcelona just four shirt yeah firefighters Dole he was not happy about not he has got to be the I'll be Hashtag I'm not going to try to find some sort of I'm a real they've got all the insurance from cesspits David Wright they just kept all that money then reinvest any I mean what about that what about the stroke show you talk about him like he's good he james just kill that going the way held up Thor's number one time early yeah they're just children like I got kicked off twitter when wags is like I fucking hate the important and it's like I'll make out with kicked off but Jeez I put like James Dolan and Daniel Snyder like us to start respecting day almost half to join forces for band no one has the but imagine oh my owners I have all sorts of sports so outrageous will worsen out of that they just put money in their pockets and that's it oh they like shame on those kids complain about the jets feed incompetent the redskins always right there Daniel cider for just being the dumbest fucking organizations in the league and I'm like I I don't know if it's there yet this year yeah this is the year we talked about this on radio we didn't talk about the rundown I am getting increasingly mad. OJ Giving Brady cleats God you sure you don't want to move him like you already put up he's like okay then they won't come over with me again how come so he's just he's just doing what I wrote where's the hood it's LBJ's name on the cleats okay so when you sent the rundown topics I thought there was a new topic no same talk about it yesterday yeah we did gone and then when he leaves you'll be you couldn't keep the Stroh show but even though you just said he sucks no this is not that good he's got one more year and then he'll be gone so it's all in I actually don't know the show so it doesn't even matter I didn't I've never really eager like Google light no sweat so better at their job in does less of it well he's brilliant all right I haven't shown any work for six months they're probably going to start to notice game with these are years so the eye black in the end the not none of yeah I have like the sticking autoimmune team out there for you to run the rookie of the year you can get mad at them for for not certified collision he's got one more year he's gone he's once in awhile with like a photo shop that nobody even knows his photoshop brilliant he's the best at his respective John John Better than anyone else does it's I don't think so I don't know you don't remember I don't think we did check email I don't think I don't think okay maybe the more we were talking about this mill more of anybody who had should have this name it should be more Doug God you know how they do that like the well by shirt shared they go on sale now we got both the teams wearing their I have no where to not know maybe LBJ was I think it was nfl either way go ahead you're still mad I just can't believe more made let me drop this masterpiece jazz came over I was getting madam more make one of those every day they're so good it's like all you as more to do I think you're handsome great has it feels good feel better than Kevin wants we'll do it will do ask new three times on here from the only one who holds the cards over Portland well he's he's a brilliant genius so yeah I mean him down into the garbage cans proper because honestly what he probably did kinship shirts that yeah I think there should be a shirt with your face on it just like that unbelievable scary Terry I mean come on they got away with it they thought that was like the perfect the jets are run for their money the Lebron tweeting about the fires that I forgot maybe entry trying to make all the fires about him the fact that he said he couldn't get a hold through the world he's dragging around Acre was in the picture which was like `I bakers not pitcher to him in the post game like his the what why did you do I mean laugh tried to do some don't you start to respect they're just complete refusal to accept any type of reality I think I can say it can we end the GOP got twenty million oh really good looks is Barbara Boris talked him into it I know who was more openly big called gross right down the shops use torch obscene I think he looks regret tain scared I think he looks handsome great inhuman faulk chaps absence right but he looks great does look for me yeah and like literally like being injured for Liz for along very here Kyrie Irving guy fucking hey he's in the bullets socks twenty million for me like tone down your gain this she should get infant yes yeah getting hit by a car worse than getting called Gay I would say so they said that they were trying to make a point about it this was a situation where the two million dollars Abrasion I never understand this you hear lawsuits you think like if this proves wanted to all of a sudden you get like five hundred gazillion will they said I read the why would Tom Brady won't cleats with your name on your nobody you haven't done anything did did Brady Jr do they do Jersey Tom and so no handsome me remember what he looked before is listening listen to changeable NBA guys and they made it seem serious just coming in wishes he was probably faceless right now dan I feel like he either actually does have it or the criticisms GonNa get so harsh that he liked plays that colored because I feel like you kind of get a pass if it's like the browns lease his right now to isolate that was Chad I was one of the worst moves camelias you would have already been I don't think bipolar something you can get that foreign life without having someone diagnosed I mean if you if you just moved severe mental like this then you either need the story there were like they're hoping that Kevin Durant can fix

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Trump Ditches G7 Host Gig

The Point with Chris Cillizza

04:18 min | 1 year ago

Trump Ditches G7 Host Gig

"That's where homeadvisor can help from leaky faucets to major remodels homeadvisor connects you to the right pro for the job in seconds and even helps you get a fair price read review finding the right pros for home projects can be tough and spark a lot of questions like how do I find a pro who can help will they do a good job will I get a fair price you download your podcast that's three simple words voices of search to learn the secrets of search engine and content marketing Are you interested in learning listening for more updates throughout the week including our Sunday night campaign edition subscribe to the point newsletter at CNN dot com slash the point if you like this audio briefing enterprise scale companies drive organic traffic to increase their online visibility than download the voices of search podcast from the heart of Silicon Valley here search Me News Check Project Cost Guide and book appointments go to Homeadvisor DOT COM or download the free homeadvisor APP to start your next project immediately the president called the rising criticism his administration was facing irrational hostility and wrote I thought I was doing something very good for our country this is not like it's the most recognizable name in the English language and probably around the world right now so no that has nothing to do with it so on Saturday night political spin to bring you the news you need to know last week White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney was bullish next year's g seven summit would be hosted thanks Jordan Kuni the livers actionable insights dowdy data to navigate the ever changing landscape of Google Apple Amazon the voices at President Trump's national doral resort in Miami and it was the best possible place to host it Movin- told reporters at the White House had considered twelve in states mulvaney replied I would simply ask you to consider the possibility that Donald Trump's brand is probably strong enough as it is and he doesn't need any more help on that ability for this meeting Mulvaney even addressed the unspoken emoluments question saying I think the President has pretty much made it very clear since he's got here that he doesn't Oughta it was a rare departure for trump after he faced some pretty serious bipartisan backlash the president tweeted the major change just over forty eight hours after the initial and but there was more going on below the surface the move to host the summit at trump's property had added to deep fractures in the president's relationships with some allies in Congress who were already upset his decision to pull troops out of Syria which brings us to the point the g seven host site is different sites across the country but over time it became apparent at the end of the process that Dorrell was by far and away the best physical could get on Google home or Amazon Echo or subscribe on Stitcher or apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app so you never miss an episode another example of the president putting out a fire that he had managed to start on his own and that is the point for October Twenty Second Twenty nineteen thank you for it was a pretty big surprise. When Donald Trump abruptly reversed course and announced next year's g seven would not be held at trump national inderal floor profit from being here Mulvaney dug in when reporters did ask about emoluments you know that line in the constitution that says the president cannot receive gifts from and welcome to the point and brought Tober Twenty-second I'm Lauren Zamsky Co author of the point I'm here to cut through the search podcast arms search engine marketers and business analysts with the latest news and insights they need to navigate the ever changing landscape of search engine optimization and spent we will no longer consider trump national doral. Miami is the host site for the G. Seven twenty twenty we will begin the search for another site including the possibility of Camp David. and Are you ready to learn to use search data defined strategic insights about your competition and your industry as a whole then search for voices of search wherever.

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Cinema Spooktacular 2018: The Spookquel! - Vol. 1

Bald Movies

1:07:36 hr | 2 years ago

Cinema Spooktacular 2018: The Spookquel! - Vol. 1

"Hello, everybody. And welcome to the second annual Cecil in Iran's, cinematic, spook attack your. Scared me, the spook will. We are back. We got a lot of positive feedback about those spooky time thing. We did last year. We'll spooky time thing out of the old. The old spooky and we are backed dude other one there is a thread where people suggesting scary movies Cessnas compiled was scary movies. And we thought I say we'd kind of a breakdown what we did last year last year. I I think you were still very new twos horror or scary movies. And we just kind of watched some news old that kind of thing and mixed it all together, and there wasn't kind. And there wasn't any kind of define structure. No, we just decided watch spooky movies at Tober and light. Hey, let's do podcast about it. Right. And we've done exactly the same thing this year, except our outline is a little bit more defined. Yeah. New things that are coming out this year and older things that we decided to watch and cover because we heard good things from you guys or anywhere else online. So it's gonna be more defined in the show notes. And you say you're gonna Mark the Timestamps. Yeah. We're definitely gonna do that subject to show notes. Check check the show because we'll have a couple of different sections were also gonna do spoiler free review of the movies. Wanna talk about tonight, and then we'll have sections you can jump around to spoiler filled review or discussion if you want to partake that. But the first the first part of the podcast will be spoiler free. Also instead of releasing one podcast that has like nine movies in its late. Knock Tober we decided to release several podcasts to have three or four movie reviews throughout October. So you guys can kind of like, you know, it's almost too late to be spooky if you're releasing this the week before Halloween, right? We're not going to stop this train of watching horror. Or movies? Yeah. But it can be too much. We wait until the end of the month to retain all of our thoughts and feelings that's also you guys don't wanna wait until the eve of Halloween, all hallows eve for sake to hear us talk about these horror movies. You talk of Jesus in such times. There is no God here. It's only on the wing. Okay. So you got you got out one. You gotta roll with first of all I want to talk about the types of horror movies. Okay. I use horror in air quotes because I think generally horror is the term. They used to talk about any kind of a scary things. Slasher flicks, torture, gore, psychological, thriller, CFC's ascendant. You know, build or. Yeah. Dark theme to it. And most of all people consider it to be a horror movie, I find myself personally leaning towards enjoying more psychological thrillers. How do you feel? What's your favorite to me? If it's a horror film has to have an element of the paranormal. It has to have something supernatural that can be an alien that can be, you know, an unusual like I don't think before we get too much farther. I wanna clarify on that. Do you consider something where our protagonist consider it to or it's left open ended whether or not it is supernatural to be supernatural. That's the best. That's the best kind where you're not quite sure at the end of the movie, and I think that like my least favorite type of horror movie is like the splatter fests the torture porn stuff where it's just a bunch of regular. Oh ass humans hurting other regular the humans in gruesome ways, like I don't I don't find that interesting or engaging. I really like creepy atmospheric things like, you know, the witch I like really creepy thinkers like we talked about. It follows last year where it's like, you know nuts. It's it's doesn't make necessarily a lot of sense. But that's it's spooky and creepy and implacable. I but there are like monster flicks. Like last year was a was a fun one. But yeah, like there can't be if it gets if it gets the hair standing on the back of my neck, and then it's a horror film, but there's horror films that I like more than others for sure whoring categories. But there were we were discussing this outside of the podcast. I'm so sorry. It's anyone's who's allusions. We've just shattered. But we preface talk we've talked about, for example, the movie bone Tomahawk that is a movie that seems like a routine western up until the end in. We're in the non spoiler section. So I'm not going to talk about what happens, but what kind of category. Would you put something like that in because I you know, I think that is kind of a part of the horror genre in some way. Yeah. It's that's boating. Tomahawk interesting because like when we read about being a horror film. We watched it. And like you get to two thirds point. And you're like, well, this is just a pretty conventional country western, and then you get to that final part in the last act, and it's just like oh God. Oh my God. This is this is this is terrible. What's happening? And I can't believe my eyes. And I understand why this is spoken in hush tones and called the film, and like, I guess that's like the stealth horror film. We have one of those. We're gonna talk about tonight. Yeah. To to sort of introduce what we like. And what we're going to talk about. As far as bald move spook tabular 's spook tacklers go I think just as a statement, we consider all of those genres we just talked about to be in the horror genre. So they're like, the psychological thrillers. Gory slasher things will all be considered part of the spook tabular. So there are a number of movies that bald move has covered this year in the first run bulb movies, right? And they are out there for you to enjoy because it's two thousand eighteen thing. And of course, you're going to wonder why we didn't cover it in this podcast. But they're already out there in the bald move feed, and we're going to link those in the show notes. Correct. Yeah. What are those? Okay. So the movies that were covered this year are quiet place, which of course. In my opinion. I wasn't part of that podcast. But I think that was an incredible movie. Yeah. It's definitely inventive and cool. It has great performances indefinitely. Got a few hair standing on the back of your neck moments for sure, right? The next one is the none which is kind of a part of a larger universe of the conjuring with James one at the home, which we've discussed it at mixed to mixed reviews. I think it's an above average horror film that doesn't, you know, fly to the same heights as like the conjuring 's main sequence series or the insidious series does. But I think you in Jim found a little bit more boring than that. Yes. So this list has movies horror horror movies in quotes again? Like, we talked about the top of the podcast listed from worst to best at the very top. And the none was on this list. And it was like the. The third to sixth movie from the top. It got really poor reviews, which you talk. You talking about is the top to work the. Yeah. If you open up the page at the very top is the worst hung if he's grown onto the bottom is the best. Okay. So what I was saying that the bottom of their good review list. It's third or fit their six something like that. Like forty three percent which fortunate. Yeah, I don't think that's that's got a good cast. It's got a good backbone. Like, maybe it's a little to jump scare or maybe people are getting a little too onto the one formula the way onto one. But like, I still think it works, and it still got a couple of good hair-raising scenes to it. So and it looks incredible. And it has a great cast. It's it's a fun movie highly recommend despite some plot snacks. The next one is the little stranger starring Dom nog Leeson that. That one is on the ball movies feed in the last one is Mandy which I have not seen. But I plan on seeing before the spooked tacky draws to close right for the blood moon rises. So that will return to worship to deepens that reviews out there. The only reason we're considering it for the spook tackler is because Jim did not have favorable reviews. But I think that it's your Greg. You're breaking the log-jam the gridlock. Jim says one thing I say another you you're going to settle the hash. Right. Well, here's way that the Ron her mom at our mater. I'm just gonna make up words has mandate. Rated very very highly. So I think that it's something that I want to watch. And you think highly of so we have to we have to cover. It. Also point of fact, we discussed this at the bypa- cts, you know, annual blue yonder, bald move adjacent podcast meet up, and everyone independence agreed that the gym was crazy man's awesome. Oh, that's what it took to understand that. Jim is crazy. Well, I mean who who's the same person in this in this organization? I I ask you. So the next thing I want to talk about in two thousand eighteen movies that have come out that you and I both seeing that we can talk about right now. I one up hereditary. Okay. Thought you're going to go. Are we not cats with the right meal? But I'm not I was very excited about hereditary. I thought hereditary was I was very excited to see it because it was very, you know, the trailers looked amazing. On. I thought for the most part. It was a scary kind of creeping dread. Atmospheric kind of dread. Hord exact kind of thing I'm looking for. But unfortunately, there was a couple of shaky decisions in the middle of the film that I was kinda waiting to see if in justified it, and I thought the end was almost laughable like, you know, provoking titters from the audience kind of laughter, and that kind of broke the spell for me. So I felt like it was a great movie that kinda gave up and got silly. In a way. I didn't see it coming at the end. What'd you think? I love this movie for number of reasons one they do this incredible thing that you don't see often. And I'm gonna say you don't see often because I can't think of where I've ever seen it before. But they do this building tension kind of thing with the. Mother building these dollhouses and recreating actual scenes that we're seeing in real life. The other thing that I thought was really big year for dollhouses twenty eighteen. Yeah. Dollhouses everywhere right at red tear, sharp objects. I know there was another one that I saw right? They didn't do that do that in this movie. But I think that you could have done a lot of things with like the mother's imagination in the doll houses in like making creepy things appear that you might wonder if they're happening in real life. But you know, they didn't go that route. But still here as an audience in my mind, I'm thinking about the possibilities. And that's I mean, that's the whole point of this creepy tension. And then we're still in the non spoiler territory, but in the last act, it just really it really flipped everything on its side and young fresh prince of Bel-Air life, for example. Yes, I thought. That it was I thought it was a really interesting concept. Just like the the witch which we just talked about. That's all the non spoiler things. I have to say about it. But even even given your concerns, I think, that's still my opinion. I think check it. If the end if you do not if you do not read the end is ridiculous. And I think it will work really really well on noon is very highly regarded, and it is definitely worth seeing do not let Neg overall negative view of the last based on the my reaction last five minutes. Put you off seeing the movie, right? I'm very curious about why the witch worked for you. But read itary did not. But I think that's a spoiler. Phil discussion. The next movie we have talk about is mom and dad starring Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair, we just watch us last night. What did you think about this? My notes say this is just a joy to watch. There is I mean, this is a Nick cage late, Nick cage film. And you know, you guys don't know what the yet or I guess we started talking about. But Jim, and I are doing this. Nicolas Cage film festival six podcast series about look at dips and downs cages career and late. Nick cage is a hell of a thing. This came out twenty seventeen is has got slapstick. Oh, I thought it came out this year. It's got slapstick. It's got genuine horror. It's got you know, kind of some smart things to say in a weird skewed way about parents parenthood and being adult this year's in your youth. And did it it has a lot. Like a lot of stuff to the shining owes a lot to like twenty eight days later, it's kind of a fast, AVI movie. If you think about it, and that's about all I can say that spoiling, but it is a hell of a lot of fun, and it's like an hour and a half long. It moves like a freight train. It's very entertaining. Especially if you consider like, I did that nNcholas cage release. East to our movies this year this and Mandy and in this movie who looks like a bloated mannequin of himself. Can I say that whereas in Mandy he got himself back to fight and shape kinda right? And I thought that was that's that's commitment to Oscar winning performer. Sure. Sure. But yeah, that was a lot of fun highly recommend check it out. Mom, dad, watch it with your watch with the kids for maximum laws. I actually was debating whether Jack olden because it would be I think he's got to wait a couple years. Yeah. There's some there's some heinous shit in his movie that really is. Especially for preteens. Yeah. Having those new mothers new mother should watch film either. Because there is a mother's old mother's. Old others would enjoy it. The new mothers. There's there's a couple of tender scenes scenes of new mothers behaving very badly in this movie. Right. Okay. Speaking of horrific things, the next movie, we watch is are we not cats? Oh my God. Can you describe a non spoiler way? What does movie is about? And why anyone should care about watching it? So you know, how we talked about bone Tomahawk in how that was essentially a western movie that Cowboys and Indians movie that took a left turn to absolute fucking horror. Ville in the last act of the film, go on this is. It kind of grungy romantic comedy like this is like five hundred days of summer. Much grungy your that? Then takes a left turn into absolute fucking horror town in the last act, right? But you will there is an interesting movie that feels like it's going to like a Trainspotting place or like a requiem for the dream dre place, which has already horrific enough. And then it just out of nowhere turns into this body or. Thing like watch go on the go on the Amazon go on the as on Amazon, you can watch the trailer is this movie Amazon instant or do we have to Amina's Amazon prime movie? Okay. One of those movies that I read this anonymous because someone recommended it. Yeah. And I thought you know, what not I'm good. I'm just going to sit this one out. But then I thought this is the number two, and I'm talking in like second second best horror movie on rotten tomatoes right now for twenty eighteen twenty eighteen so I thought I need to give this a chance only like an hour and twelve minutes, it's barely over an hour loan. Yeah. Right. I thought if it's too creepy for me to handle then surely I'll get that from the trailer. Yeah. So I watch the trailer and everything went really well. And I said we're doing this movie this year, and it's manageable. If you've got a phobia. When he just say that when when this movie kicked into horrid year, I caught sesame. Both kind of -verting are gland looking at. No, damn it. No, we have to we have to wash this dispute tackler we're like and we put on our clockwork orange exam. Fielder is open watched. It's a hard couple minutes to watch. So. But it's like gin. It's one of those things like boating, Tom where you almost you almost almost give up on pivoting. And then fucking pivots, right? So. Yeah. Watch that watch that that's a good one. So the last new two thousand eighteen movie I have right now is the endless. Yes. These are sophomore directors if I can use that word. Yeah. I don't think I can hut is a knife. Well, here's the thing about this movie. Is that it looks like an indie movie, it is it looks like an indie movie with a really good budget. It looks like it looks like whether weezer for their first year is we're actually signed by major label, and it wasn't until like they're six or seven album that they signed with an independent record company. But this has this movie is it looks big budget trying to pretend like it's indie. But that's the thing. It has a budget two hundred fifty thousand dollars micro microbus or the most. No, I when I saw micro budget. I'm like today consider fifteen million dollar micro budget when I saw two hundred fifty I was fucking shock now with that amount of money. This is the number one movie rated amongst horror movies of two thousand nineteen. Yeah. This movie is creepy. This movie is very love in a cosmic horses. Right. From the pages. It's a deep. It's a it's a deep thinker. It. I do now thinking back critically. I think that they're hiding the lot of flaws with overexposure tricks. But fuck it works it works. And it makes you feel like you're in this particular location. Right. Like brings the kind of like the bleak this and sun sun sun, bake, sun-drenched, Nate nature of the landscape, the the life, so, but yeah, this movie is kind of captured by magic potion we've been on reading looking at like theories and. Different explanations. But it's it's a great. It's a great film. You mentioned these software directors. You're trying to say that they've done more than just two movies, which is fine. Their first movie is called resolution. Yes. Like twenty fifteen or maybe even twenty twelve twenty four twenty fourteen none of those options. And it's kind of like what you call a spiritual prequel, it might be in the universe of the endless could be an SLA. But, but it's kind of intriguing and I wanna go back and see that film when I get some extra time because I would love to see more of this kind of thing from these guys, but I like visually incredible very clever. It's got a lot to me one of the best type of scares in signs win. You look over out like on the moon over your barn. And there's a weird figure standing on top of that then disappears or you're looking at. You're looking down row of corn? And like you see a green footstep out of it or something it's like shit that you see in the corner of your eye. And this film is loaded with crazy shit like that. Right. What you're describing is the opening quotes prologue of the movie where they they have some things that suggest from. HP lovecraft in an anonymous source that the biggest fear that we have as humans. I believe is the fear of the unknown like some of the movies that we described working on us. The best is that you don't show the monster. You don't describe what's actually happening. It's the unknown that super creepy. There's a lot of interesting things in this movie. But I think even if they feel like they've given you an answer within the universe. Your mind can still say, well, it's not quite that way. As I'm sure there are some people who've watched the six cents and have some conspiracy theories that are yet to be disproven, even though Shamlan said, no Haley, Joel Osmond, can certainly see dead people. You know, there's also been a really a lot of interesting theories on red at that we've been following some more pulled straight from lovecraft that maybe even the directors and writers put together when they wrote the story but new in their subconscious. But it's I think it's been like it's been I think I think you're over selling it. I think I read it guy had a really compelling theory that the actual filmmakers fancied enough to get on read it and comment about it. And know, it's valid interpretation the movie about I don't think it's like the correct interpretation of the movie. I don't think there is a correct interpretation of movie, which I think we're getting that's one example of you know, it's it's deliberately mysterious movie. But it also the things we know about it has a very strong, internal consistency. And it's just so satisfying in its conclusion and the way things end up. I think so I think it was spying. There's a lot. I mean, satisfying mechanically not satisfying motion. Not even that, you know. Well, we'll fight about in spoiler filled review. Well, I was going to say front things that we will be doing and the next or the next couple of spook Sakya l- podcast. We will have watched at least the first episode of the haunting appeal house, which just came out on Netflix. We are that looks in Brealey good. We just watched the trailer for the series. It looks real good. I wish we I wish we had time to watch thing. Maybe we will. Because we've got a couple. I mean, I'm just saying all we can guarantee you right now as I guess true got quit. I gotta quit over promising. Right. That other one that I think I have watched but Iran needs to catch up on is the forest. It's a singular movie on Netflix in two thousand eighteen great movie Boris te in then in descending order Wilding starring live Tyler tell you anything about. About listeners to keep in mind as something we're gonna cover and our next episodes. If you wanna watch and get feedback aner, be prepared and the very last one that I absolutely need Iran to watch. This year is raw anyone has seen the French film, raw and can hear what I'm saying about say, Ron how do you pronounce it infringe, Nara the law? Raw it. It's on Netflix right now. So watch it if you can't even if we cover it's about nine people. It's gotta be it's not it's not it is not if it's about people eating people. God damnit who told you give me names who told you will and green was the title of raw told. Well, you're you're you're wrong. It's very expensive sounds a lot. Let's very ravenous. That's all I've got. So we're gonna get into spoilers everyone. Who's not seeing these four movies needs to get out of town. If you wanna skip around. Remember, the show notes have the time codes jump and skip around to get to the movie reviews. So without further head you talk about are. We not cats. I. Because that's the order. My notes are in. Premesis movie is this guy's millennial guy who's down on his luck. And he loses his home his job and his girlfriend on the same day. And he decides the by box, truck and drank drain. Oh and go to a weird underground house party. He meets in Matic woman and chaos. Chaos. Reigns. Chaos. Ince's? This fucking like I said if elt like a very grunge five hundred days of Subir with this guy going after a very a very complicated woman who kind of thing he's charming, but also kind of thinks he's safe and boring. Yeah. Let's let's open up the Florida conversation. Now, the scary thing about this film. Is that floors open? Please continue is open fours. Open flow floor is open for discussion. You hesitate? See this. Why take fiber day the floor and I'm going to keep right? That breath was my hesitation, I just think that this movie, this this movie is strange for a lot of reasons. Like, this guy feel like we're supposed to feel bad for him at any point. But he's made a lot of poor choices and leading up to him being addicted from his parents home is not as fault in any way that we can tell but the subsequent choices that. He makes makes us think that he has made a number of poor choices leading up to that. Right. I mean, like drinking that Anna freeze, or I'm calling in afraid, I don't know what they drink. But it seemed to me like the passenger got in saw bottle on the floor, and he drinks them. It didn't seem like he came pre equipped with that. But he was familiar with drinking it and my reading that wrong. I yeah. I I don't think he brought it into the cab with them. I thought it was the guys pissed jarring minute. Yes. He's living in that place. Right. But then they acted like they both kinda got fucked up on it. So maybe the guy he had it in his inside breast pocket. A Gatorade bottle full of trucker who prison who whatever it was. It lasted a while. Because it led to him having this bizarre. Scene where he forced himself upon the the empty warehouse. I assume that they had the party the night before because they didn't have a place to go. But he wanted the memory of that girl, and then he still continues to holy Sonate having sex with a girl who's actually at the barn. The barn house. I mean, what does writhing on the grime before? Because I like a, hey, hey mail. Hey, baby. Okay. Bales showed that showed him making out there. And then they showed like what was really happening imagining. Teenage style. Wet dream felt like the warehouse was like Morphing between like a cave and a warehouse in the back of his truck. And there was an organ, and they're an Oregon there. And yeah. Any kind of placement. But what I was saying is that I think the whatever they drank lasted a good long while so from that point on I was really confused about what was really happening throughout the rest of the movie, you know, especially leading up to the surgery. Are we ready to skip ahead to that part yet? Are you wanna talk more about what I'm talking about very awkward relationship to forms between the protagonist? And this mysterious woman who works at a. A lumber place that they have these fantastic machines little Bob cats ripped trees out of the ground. It's like something out of Lord of the rings, and she's bad ass kind of like tree ripper outer, but you find out, you know, most of her hair's falling out, and she's got some kind of mysterious illness. She wears us wig. He confides that he kind of bond over this shared stress eating of human hair, we've seen throughout the whole movie. This guy's taking like little like when he gets distracted or nervous or whatever he adds, it might he takes nips of his body hair and pulls it out and or his head air pulls out eat it beard, Harris, specifically, your hair's to Harris to and then you know, she talks about this. And they kind of bond over that. And then her boyfriend comes home, and she he sees her without her knowledge eating her boyfriend's hair. Sleeping. Services. And then he goes and steals, the Oregon from the one place to impress her and he tries to move on his territory and her boyfriend's like seizes coming from mile away. But it's like again, it's it's odd bohemian thing where no one gives a shit about anything. This guy's like a a halfway between a dirt bag and a nice guy. They have because the whole basis of their relationship is based on him observing her without her knowledge and taking things that he's also seen from far that she likes and it's not an actual shared experience. They have and that's what makes it super creepy. He's lifting this he's not only stealing the organ. He's doing it. And it's very like a tenuous or torturous journey to get it up. Some seaman stairs and things like that. Yeah. It's yeah. The whole thing is to me read is incredibly creepy and is not a basis for healthy relationship. No. And speaking like there's nothing healthy about this. Because these all the time filthy. He's got this. Disgusting rash that is causing a lot of physical pain. It's all over his back. He said she's got a whole she's talking about how she's sick. And she doesn't she might be dying. And she doesn't know why she starts throwing up clumps of blood and hair. Yeah. The day after she ate his entire head of hair. You had the first time they have sex right there. They had this big conflicts where they he really forced himself upon her in her apartment, but she gave into eventually which does. Your your standard runner. Right. Doesn't an equal consent. But it happens and then her boyfriend walks in and she was apologetic. She stormed off to bed. He put himself to bed in her bed. Right. And then she ate all of his hair. Yeah. In one night. I think you're supposed to under. Because this movie is only like an hour and fifteen minutes, I watched it again. But like, I there's an outside chance to could have. But you're supposed to throw a bloody chunks. Watch it again. Well, I I was thinking here's my theory possible that you're supposed to understand that there's a few weeks like she didn't eat all his hair in one night. No, okay. Now happened overnight because the next morning he woke up, and he came into the kitchen, and it seems like there was some stilted difference between them like he could feel it. But he wasn't gonna reach his hand up and and figure it out and that he went to the bathroom, and she's like, no, no, no. And she stopped in any eventually denting freaked out a little bit, right? Like, you do when you and then she threw up all of his hair. Look like, you got stage four cancer overnight. So what that read to me as that was the first time she'd eaten tire head of hair, not just like a couple a night or something. Darting factuality thinking about this disconnect a little bit. Okay. All right. It's the first time she didn't entire tire taro. No one entire at Taco Bell crepe case there. Sure. Yeah. Goes in one night. Yeah. Usually eats eleven. Yeah. She she went for the baker's does. And this was thirteen right? So that that was what really set her over. I guess so she goes into like a hair coma. And he calls nine one one and says, my friend too much hair, and they had this theory that she's got a baiser, which if you pay attention to Harry Potter class is a a goat stomach stone that cures all poison. But also, apparently it's some kind of like, this petrified hair that can grow into humans, gut that the human body cannot digest hair. Right. Does as we don't have enzymes break that shit down. Yeah. So she is got I guess an impacted coal and full of this this Stony bees. And they just connecting. They say they say hold tight will be there soon. And this is where the movie again has been some creepy part some gross parts, but fairly grungy five hundred days of summer, y'all. He does surgery on this woman with these grimy tools. He's got they said keep her vital steady. And he said I'm going in. Yeah, I'm going in blind cuts her belly open and pulls this disgusting. Lump of like, it looks like a Al pellet crossed with a hairball crossed with petrified shit. It's just disgusting. And she's looking at him she wakes up through to procedure. And kinda why why why initially horrify, but then it's like there's a sexual pleasure that she's getting from this thing pulled out. I didn't get that. Because you were looking away from the screen. She woke up, and she said why I'm telling you. There was a gross turn there in the middle or is turned towards the end. And it's just it's just totally fucked. And then, of course, she almost dies the paramedics get there. And they're like what the hell, dude. You know? Why why would you almost got charged with manslaughter something that somehow that all gets then then sometimes hashers, and there's a little Dana may where? Dinh? Now, the now where he looks back up with her at her like Bohemia music shack, and she's had this color generated road, route Goldberg machine color, generating robe rube. God, dammit Goldberg machine that she's been putting together throughout the movie, and she's hung her bees or off there and put glitter on it. And it's kind of like this the minted disco ball, right? Such a fucking weird movie. Yeah. But that those those like, what do you think that is like thirty to sixty seconds. I mean, those thirty to sixty seconds were vile. I the urge to avert my eyes from what I was seeing was a strong as I've ever felt that is the movie in summary. All right, Cecil is this is this a scary movie. How is this as as horror film? I think it's a really effective horror film body horror for sure between the between the hair loss, the the grinding teeth. These. The sores and scratching and like the idea she's kinda training because I thought the gag was that through the whole movie, in fact, that she was going to transform into a cat that she's gonna cough up hair balls. She was going to grow fingernails and things and she was going to kill this guy. Like human sized house cat would. I mean, if you got a cat looks your cat imagine as human size, and you've got no doubt that it would kill you before the night's over just because it's board. No. I think that every night before I go to sleep. Yeah. Yeah. At this cat tonight. My count is gonna kill me. If this cat was four times bigger. It would it would kill me for sport. Because it just doesn't know any better psychopaths. And when they they kind of zigzag on that. I like I said Bravo, I was expecting more body horror, and they gave me more body or than I almost a handle. But scary, I just wreck real genuine dread or terror. It's morally it's more just like gross out in squeak and like just. Very uncomfortable. Watching right. I think the horror here is the implication. Oh, yeah. Right. I think it's really creepy to imagine a box truck got a boat. Right. I think that the real horror. The horrific thing is the implication of her eating entire head of hair. Not as seeing it. The idea of a ghost pushing something off the show, see it happen. And that kind of thing, you know, she's got a throw up his entire head of hair the next day. But we don't see her doing it, which would be just too much much like that that one Eli Roth film, green acres Greenacres. Yep. The most horrific place to be his Greenacres creek green infernos which. That's too much. But you know, I think the creepiest and most rhetoric things that you can imagine are the things you don't see your imagining your own personal nightmare shell. Yeah. I felt like this the scary movies scaring the same way. A rollercoaster hilas scary. Like, you might wanna go for like thirty seconds and into over. Right. The your back out the boarding area. Electing your fanny pack, would you like to move onto the endless at this point? Okay. All right. Let's talk about the endless now is this is just a great film. This was scary. It was creepy. It was well done it costs less than a quarter of a million dollars. It's got pretty good special effects for for for what it's trying to do. And it's got a very complicated plot. So this there's a lot of things things got going for. It's it's kind of scifi timing. Wia me story that I really like involving time. Travel and and loops and temporal bubbles. It's also starts stint about a two young men to escape from a cult. So it's kind of like right up. You know, me and Jim's alley right in our wheel house, and they unlike unlike us who have been able to find a way in the world, these these wayward youths have just had a real tough go the cleaning houses, barely making ends meet and the one kid that was much younger than the other. When they ran off has fun members of the cold, essentially, providing them Delic lifestyle, and he wants to go back. And the other guys afraid this is a suicide called, and they go back turns out. No one's committed suicide hijinks ensue. I I would like to open up the floor. Exactly. That's the reason they went back, but it wasn't the catalyst. I think the the thing we have to address is that one of the women of the colts who sent them video. Yeah. That really triggered them wanting to go back. But right, did she send it? How did she send it? Why does she remember sending it, and this particular love crafty in horror sends video messages to people which is really it's a really effective creepy thing to do. Allows them to do things with like, you know, you're looking at the sky, and you get a picture sent to you of something right in front of your face taking a picture of. Yeah. Where's this point of view? How are they doing this where the and right there is there you gradually at the halfway point on Phil realize that there is some kind of malevolent or malignant presence and the way they do it is like I said in the outside my of favorite kind of horror is when you're looking out over a moonlit of farm scape? And you see a man standing on a barn that then like turns away and jumps off the man outstanding in his field. That's a minute standing in. As is his field or Audubon, whichever and there's a couple of scenes where this guy turns around and thinks he's being followed. He's looking at the landscape, and then all the sudden the landscape itself shifts a away, and it gives me like a forbidden planet vibe or something invisible. But very. Powerful because it can rip down trees. And it's it's very lost. Right. Runs by incredible speeds. And then you're surrounded by circle of Polaroid's of you. Yeah. Yeah. And and you it gives you a polaroid that has a particular location in the lake of shows, you a buoy and you swim down there. And apparently, there's a monster down there, which quarter million dollar budget is talked about not shown. But it has a tape and the tape is a false memory of you as the acolyte of this UFO church. It's it's I don't know. It's really really really bizarre. And it seems like there's a things violate Khazal because you become aware that there's these weird little stone structures that form these circles around certain areas, and these are literally bubbles of time that are running on loops and some loops are longer than others. Right. The shortest loop appeared to be a man in the tint that sitting on a chair. He screams gets up runs to the other end of the tent and then immediately warps back to the. Warps back. Yeah. It's like a three second loop and this shortest one in this area. They said, then there's a there's a guy who is trying to help Sobers friend that by taking him out to the cabinet and chaining up and he's apparently they're loop resets every week. Right. And if we're gonna talk spoilers, which we are these two were the first subjects of the directors. The both directors which were the brother stars at this movie stars and movie called resolution that the drug addict and his best friend trying to sober up where the star of and they I guess that movie. She's them doing that loop over and over again. And so you got to be really familiar with them by the time, they got on screen in this picture. Did you feel like they were hinting at something? We should have already known. What I did. I felt like there was a joke that we were missing out on. Yeah. Because. That first movie they seem unusually self-aware like that those guys and the guy that was hanging himself the outhouse, right? Yes. They must be in the first movie TD thing. I don't know. That's that's interesting theory. We'd have to check out. But I feel like that there's some connection NBN self-aware because the, but it's weird 'cause the cultists are on the ten year the one decade loops Mike, they're kind of self aware. They know something's quite, but, but maybe it's a fact that they they think they're in a Colt. So the weird stuff kind of make sense and fits in their religion. I don't understand why the like you their leader is working on this weird equation to try to figure things out, but he never talks about it in the kind of ways that the guy in the cabin talks about or like the fact that they're trapped or in a loop. It's like it's much more mysterious than divined him. So I don't know if that's because he just has figured it out or he's diluted or the fact that if you have the longer loop. You don't get as much. Time to figure out. It's probably easier to figure out what's going on. If you lose every three days that if you every decade, maybe, but even then that's not exactly satisfying satisfying explanation. Right. But I hope there is a follow up movie to this because I be interested to see because I don't think we're done with the two brothers who start in this. Towards the beginning of the movie, we see them stop at their moms know highway cross with the pictures, and the well the color drawing they made that they remarked. Instead, it was a looked brand new. That was the first time. We also saw the dumb dumbs sil- pulse-taking in the ground with the what the gung on it. So it seems like there's a loop there too. Yeah. Because I I remember thinking how one what that means. And they also mentioned the no no one in the Colt had like aged? And they also there's there's a whole bunch of other. But the really cool thing is I thought this movie is really elegant and that the protagonist figure out that they're on this ten year loop like literally in the Nick, it's and there's all these weird things happening like you can tell things changing the moon now split in the two moons to MIR moons and they're saying like by the time to third moon rises, you know, you have to make your decision or whatnot and the third the third moon rises, and they figure out what's going on. And they get in their car, and they they make it for the border, and you can see from outside the bubble dim driving in like and like they arrive they just get. 'cause like I'm guessing that if that car had made it into the bubble that that would represent them being sucked into the time loop, and they'd never be able to get out like the other beaten, but they're able to get out. And that's other thing. I don't really quite understand. Why once you wander into this monsters zoo? This cosmic zoo, cosmic horror, whatever like why what what are the rules that allow you to get out of it like, you know, why can't it just keep you in there? Why can't kill you? Or why doesn't have any power until you survive one loop? Yeah. The fact that they exited the bubble, and then we see them celebrating and cheering instead of you know, smash cut to them driving back to their moms grave. Oh, the pictures brand new, you know, starting that over again makes me think that they did escape, but I'm not arguing that escaped. I'm saying like argument to be had about whether they did escape are not really. Yes. There's a lot of arguments about them because the Lucia side was definitely reset in a big way. Right. I think that they may be part of a larger more than ten year loop. Maybe it starts with their mom, dying and them surviving the car crash, and that's the start of loop. And it leads up to them leaving the coal coming back. The accident gaping an inner loop, right? That's I mean, that's just a thought that I had, but it just all completely stems from the marker right by their moms grave and them saying the picture looks brand new means something to me. There's like I like the build an atmosphere of things being wrong. Like, the one guy. That's kinda she got a shitty magic routine. But he has a one trick where you can throw a baseball up in the air. And it doesn't come down for like thirty seconds until he's he's like ready for it. And that's like wild. And then they had this thing called the struggle where it looks like. But that magic for if you see later that the the unseen forces holding the whole time. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Just want to make sure they have a tape of that, which is the desire thing. Discover but this thing. Single to struggle, which the cult leader explains to the the more skeptical of the brothers is there's a there's a simple minded that one one of their their brothers as simple as simple line guy. He's got kicked in the head. I can't remember exactly what his damages, but he's reduced capacity. But he's very strong. They get him up in this like cherry picker, and he holds onto the rope. And it looks like it's going off into like almost space. I I'm like are they implying this is tied to the moon or something, and they're they're pulling it out. And then, you know, the brother like mock struggles with them as they worked this rope at some kind of some Bolic working through things. Well, when this more skeptical brother, they go to him into doing it. It gives us like this big like a supernatural, strong yank at Berg gives him. A rope burn on his hands a bunch of stuff. And then when he goes back to the crowd. He sees the simple minded brother among them. So it couldn't have been him. Yeah. I didn't think smiling. Bob pulled the rope at any point. Yeah. So very there again like why? Is a cult leader. What does he think is happening? Does he know that there's the monster there? Yes. I believe everyone is. Yeah. Absolutely. The what the one in that Colt Colt is a non as a part of that loop. I think they know what's going on. I just can't explain their behavior in the way, they interact with I mean, if they're wanting to recruit these guys they're being way too off-putting creepy if they want to warn them away, then they're being entirely cryptic and unhelpful like, I'm not sure quite what that half of them. Want them to say in that loop with them forever? And the other half want them to escape I think the cult leader himself knows that his job as a cult leader is to persuade them to stay. But he also doesn't want them to say as heart which I think he gives them most conflicting message. But also the the character who I don't know his actual character named. But his the actor Lew temple. He's got that super old timey lock that he unlocks for them to access all the videos, and pictures and everything the force has sent them at the end this the guy was from played axel from season to the Walking Dead. Yeah. He's the star of the film. Right. I think he knows something that he's not letting onto even the rest of the cult members because they have conferred to him. He's end his the style of his hair and mustache makes you think that you can't change your style. No matter how long you've been stuck in the loop like becoming a vampire like a cure. Styles timeless right here and done sil- vampire from every vampire, she tries to cut her hair. But she can't do it. I feel like that that well that's just what I picked up. He have any bases in Ralph. He does have this kind of like high. You know, what what's the carrot the aegis elva character from four Heim Heimdal or Heimdal that he's got like this keeper of secrets and mysteries. He knows more than even the cult leader. He's a very in. Because he's also there the brew master 'cause they pay the they make all their money by selling beer to people shit Reich. Imagine like when the loop resets like, how do you explain that? Like, how do you explain the fact that these people never age there's a lot of questions raised in the movie because this thing has been going on since the sixties? So it's been going on for fifty years much longer than that. I just saw the latest date. I saw the tapes themselves, right? The sixties. Gotcha. It was the lock on the door of the video shack. Yeah, you're right. It was much older. Makes sense like how long has commercial videotape and audiotape inavailable. So like, maybe you're right. That goes back alive. Maybe have paper records in another deeper Arca. I would love to see another sequel or prequel or anything in his universe because it is. And there's a prequel we can watch out that right? It's a frustrating. It's a frustratingly incomplete story. But that's also very lovecraft in so. Yeah. Directly influenced by left draft. Yeah. It was a lot. It was a lot of fun. There's a lot of fun. Do you wanna move on the mom and dad? Yes. So this like I said in the, you know, split the free synopsis. This was just a joy to watch. There's so much slapstick, but genuine horror, and there's also like something cool about because these these parents are essentially fast Samis, but they only want to kill their own parents or their own their own children. So it's kind of like if you saw this giant horde of zombies come towards you. And maybe the sea washes over you and leaves you on or maybe just tears you apart. There's like a little bit attentions because sometimes is on the design be parents catch up to a group kids and nothing happens because none of them are actually their parents. Right. Like when I was growing up. I never knew my parents wanted to kill me for real or just for like out of anger identify a lot with this movie. But there's also some genuine. There's a lot of slapstick horror up stick slapstick. Yeah. Because involved blood and dismemberment, but also genuine horror like, for example, the hospital scene where the. The main characters sister gives birth to the baby, right? And it's very much like in the Walking Dead where you see zombie turn their regular person. And she starts wanting to desperately get at the child. And it's scary because she's holding the child. Yes. And she starts choking the life out of doctors, and nurses are trying to pull her away and the one the sister gets it's it's fucked up, man. Like I read for like thirty seconds there. Right. And it looks it looks so real, and they also it's a really good fun movie. Yeah. There's a lot of I mean, this works like logically better than it should because there's a lot of young and stuff going on children's fear. Dread. Love respect for their parents. The fact that parents love their children, but every once in a while you really wanna kill them. It's you just you just like you have this intense. Anger and frustration with them. And they kind of even voiced that like Nick cage as one point the children escape through the basement and. The parents are locked out and they're trying to like persuade the kids that come outside. And he's like, you know, Honey, we love you. But sometimes you just want to want to kill them. And they're going at the door with Saul's trying to the game at the kids and the kids. It's it's really good. I don't know how much more spoilers you want. Nick cage gets act like a lunatic. Selma boyer. Yeah. Yeah. Gets gets act like a lunatic. As as a is a. Consider myself, a Nick cage scholar an expert in the season of the cage thing on on bulb dot com. Super serious film festival. That's debut in tomorrow. I feel like it. Yeah. He's not insane. He acts in saying and takes shitty movies because he probably needs money. I don't think he's really insane. Okay. Although he did name his son after superman. I mean, that's fine. I wasn't looking for defensive Nick cage here. Oh, yes. Talking about one thousand what I thought was really cool about nikei to this year is that this is the second horror movie he started and he lost an incredible amount of weight between the two. Yeah. Because he was pretty pudgy in this film, and he was pretty Jackson. Okay. This is the mom and dad was a movie he made for the money. Mandy was his passion. Passion this year just both happen to be horror movies. That's high praise. So I don't have a lot more to say about mom and dad. That's I think the endless is my favorite. It's the thinker and the mom and dad is the one you can watch just to you know, turn your brain off. And yeah. Effective, or and and are we not cats the movie you watch if you don't wanna eat immediately afterwards. Yeah. During or before? Yeah. Yeah. Semi time. So. Said we talk about hereditary a little bit more. I'll tell you this much about it. I finally bought I own a grim Arnaud, I own a book of spells and demonize, it's a six seventy it's a you can get on Amazon like nine bucks, but it's a seventeenth century copy of a bunch of wooden engraving. That's in our house right now. Keep it at the ball guys. It's just too spooky the lesser key of Solomon. And it's this this encyclopedia of all these demons, and how do invocations and a bunch of gobbledygook and really cool pictures. But I got it because I walked out of this movie, and they talked about Peyman and the year before when we're seeing the conjuring to is all about Dr Mok or whatever the fuck its name was and available, and I'm like, there's all these cool. And I keep on seeing this book this lesser Kia Solomon mentioned as the inspiration. Yeah. So I now before I watch a scary movie. I can I can educate mice. On on the demon strengths and abilities that don't really have anything to do with the movie I wanna brag that I've got a sixteenth century seventeenth century grew more in my possession. Okay. Thanks for letting everyone know any thoughts about this movie. Okay. Yeah. So hereditary, I think is very close to the witch in atmosphere into. And Dowd shows up and from that point on the film, everything clearly, yeah. But everything's just a little bit too on the nose a little bit too convenient. And at the very end the cult themselves like everything that's happening to mom, or she's like crawled on the ceiling and hanging out like a vampire bat on this on the wall and bashing her head against the attic door trying to get in is very cool, but the final scene of the boy being possessed and the ceremony of these naked middle aged pudgy people with these placid smiles on their face. I guess it was just too ridiculous. For me. I you know, I was like totally on board when the woman cut herself cut her own head off with the Garrett on my. Wow, this is really fucked up. But then he ran into this tree house full of naked people. Look like Homer Simpson's. And I'm like, these these people can't can't Br. About an apocalypse. Right. These these people don't don't have what it takes. They don't. They don't have the. I don't know. It just really bothered me. How silly the demonic cult lows? What did you? I mean. I couldn't disagree with you more. I think this is one of the best horror movies I've ever seen. And what were you expecting? Also, what was so off putting about? What I'm going to say is like averagely shapes people. Did you were you expecting more attractive? People were expecting like old hag 's with more loose skin where we expecting. What was so weird about just normal people being part of a cult? I don't know. It's it's just maybe it is the fact that they were so normal and average they didn't look and the looks under the is that supposed to be creepy. The fact that they're doing all this terrible stuff. And they have this corpse of child the got her head knocked off in a telephone pole. They've they've dressed up to look like this. I don't know Zule type character, and they're all this expression under faces and the fact that they're there something it's like if you went to the seven eleven right now and all those people, and you put them in a tree house, and you tell their clothes off you told him to look stupid as possible. And you said that's a date. Colt. That's what it looked like. And I don't know. I don't know what I want my satanic cultist to look like, I guess, it should be more black robes. There should be more leg is bow. The muttering in scary sounding curses and four Latin. Maybe there should be some some blood markings. And I felt like they didn't really connect the the Dollhouse concept that was a big part of the early goings of the film. I didn't feel like that. They connected that in a very satisfying. Just the movie was building up to something. Interesting and the third actors didn't quite hang together. I remember feeling like I wanted laugh more than I felt my skin crawl, right? So it's a purely subjective thing, I mean, I can totally see why you would say it's the best horror movie you've seen in a long time like better than a witch. Yes. Wow. Wow. Because that's my high water Mark in the last decade Raba, I guess that I feel completely differently because I they and this movie just from even its conception. I guess to the public that trailers made us believe that for me personally that the grandma. Aw died and we saw funeral scenes and the granddaughter was going to possess the grandma's spirit. And then you see people staring from across the street. And you think that's what it's going to be. But they very quickly shut that down when they chop half of her head off. And I was shocking like the whole Anna -flective shock and. Affect of right. I didn't know that was going to happen. Just leading up to the telephone pole hitting our face, you know, maybe she would suffocate to death. But that was that was insane. So it's got that shock value. Got the this misleading premise also defect. I mean, that's the that's I thought the movie at its most effective win her brother. He realizes the her head got knocked off. And he does drives home with a blank expression on his face goes as bed and lays down, and you kind of real time the movie, dawn breaks and mom discovers and start screaming. And like that that stuff I thought was really effective in creepy. Right. It's incredible. That's exactly what shock looks like. Yeah. Teenage boy, I guess my problem is this a suburban cult has these beliefs that are so weird and in typical to society, the idea that they could just be your neighbors next door. I don't think as plausible like they seem like they should be living out in cabins in the woods or something. Right. Okay. I could see how that would be an argument for making a more creepy like, oh, these could be little your neighbors. And maybe there should been payment. But still I I really liked this movie. I like the creepy Colt reveal at the end the mom crawling on the ceilings. I think that all that stuff was really effective for me personally. Yeah. I mean, I hear everyone's criticisms, and I don't give a shit. I'd only most I think it's it's mean, very few others, this movie's got very much very much hype raise, and you know, I think it's so high of phrase that you should absolutely see it if you like scary movies at all and make up your own damn mind because pride nineteen ninety percent of you are going to go to like it. If you haven't seen already and even with its flaws still got some some hair-raising moments still some genuine moments of psychological dread. They don't really they don't really rely on jump scares like the one sequence. I thought was really effective is where you slowly become aware that the mother has been in the background hanging on the ceiling the whole time. Kind of like, you know, it's that you know, they showed the Dollhouse earlier with grandma in the doorway, but that never happens, but you're expecting it. The next few scenes, you're just waiting for any doorway or doorframes such inhabited by goes, grandma on that doesn't happen. Vice versa. I think they work both angles. And I think that's what I love about this movie. Check it out consult your demon grew more and conjure payment at your own risk. So that is all of the stuff that we got for this. We got some other movies to talk about one that really excited. If you guys want to watch, I guess with us is the movie apostle, which hours, Dan Stevens, just come out on Netflix. Just just came out. Yep. Just came out net flicks. And it's it's a really good. What would you call that? It's I guess it's a period piece kinda I dunno. It's a horror movie. Yeah. It's it's it's a horror movie. It's it's it's. Find the time period of horror movies, just a horror movie all the time because you can say horrible, right? So people do. Yeah. So that is the Spektr spooked act two thousand eighteen volume one we'll be back next week with another volume. I know one of the film's we're going to watch. Because we already did is apostle. It's the latest on net. Flicks stars Dan Stevens from downton abbey legion. Really interesting premise, don't really spooky gonna say anything. No, not gonna say anything if you wanna play along with the next week to Accu. They're definitely check that one out. We'll be back next week until then I'm. Soon.

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Understanding Edge Play and Risk in BDSM

"You're listening to the loving some podcast up. So to thirty-seven Kayla Lords here with the one, the only the guy who decided to get creative with his finger waving let me now I can talk now John Brownstown you week after week after week got to spice it up a little bit. The finger definition of flair yeah. Yeah. Okay. So, finger flair. October sometimes by some people known as Kink Tober. So we thought we'd actually talk about kink. We're going in hot with a conversation about edge play and risk. I don't think we have any hard and fast opinions, but there will be thoughts. Welcome to the living media some podcast of this your first time listening glad to have you back for another week. Welcome back living BEDIA. Sam is produced every Friday for your kinky pleasure and education and shown it's are found at loving. Be DSM DOT net come back often and feel free to add the podcast to your favorite podcast APP. If you love it, you hear we'd love a good review where every. 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So there'll be a regular like Wednesday livestream Friday podcast. It's got a topic and then we're going to do like I. Think it's a Thursday I'll give more dates later a special one where we just talk about the shop like the products and what we did in Haywar introducing it, and that will be the INFOMERCIAL type. Of thing we did it separate. So people are like I do not give a shit about that you can skip it. But that is coming I will start I gotta get through a launch doing this week with my other partner molly. And then I can focus on the next one. Thanks. So. Yeah. But that's if I having having announcement. That's probably it So. We're talking about edged play and I know I don't think you can talk about edge play without talking about risk and risk assessment and risk Latian. So the reason we're talking about edge plays one well, one it is considered for October kink Tober Hashtag Kink Tober in some circles let's do kink topic, and then we went through all of the topics that are easy for us because there are things we experienced day in and day out. Oh, we've already talked about all those. Okay. Well, what makes me think and then? I and I have we do not have an official review of this yet other than I can say I like this we have a nick King Canary it is a paperback. kink dictionary with space to add more terms and words and phrases as you come across them. But they're four hundred already in here and I was looking through and I'm like, wow, this is really comprehensive. I'm seeing terms I don't normally see. I'm like. This is cool I. Really I need to Pry that out of your hands to. You'll have to buy your own copy. And we will if anybody's interested in getting your copy, we'll put a link to it on Amazon. You can buy your own check it out. It's fourteen, ninety, five on Amazon it's printed. We do not make commission from that. We are not sponsored but yeah, so I like it so far this is not an official review and I'm looking and I'm looking and I come to play. and. I'm reading it and I'm like. I like that definition at tracks true for me but that's not how I learned what edge play was. So then that's down arapahoe Hole I have resources for this week's episode. Thank you very much that will be linked in all of the places. So I started with the definition of edge play in kittery by Nikki I will read that in a moment then I was like wait has easy. H.. And she did do an interview with somebody that talked about different parts of it and I think actually was part of the conversation. But what I ended up finding and coming across which made me feel bad because it was in my subscription feed on youtube a couple of weeks ago and I just missed it merely where she recently did a video about is be dsm dangerous and talking about risk and I was like well, that fits in and then I was like. Wait what if I'm thinking of edge play wrong and so then I was like on Qinglian on breeding their definition. I'm on Mrs Guide Number Eighty your definition and I was like we have to talk about this because when I first heard that edge play was a thing I was I. Don't remember where whether I read something watch something or somebody said something. But I had a very narrow definition on what they meant and it seems that especially as rack risk aware consensual kink is becoming a little bit more mainstream among kinksters as opposed to saying in central, which we do follow that people are redefining some of these things to be brought her which I agree with. So it was like, what's the psyche stop thinking about this? Now the problem is I don't how Like any hard and fast opinions? This really is one of those episodes were and discussion and I don't know what I'm GonNa think until the words come out of my mouth. I know in that terrifying. For anybody who has very firm beliefs about edge play? That's cool. Also, I'm not here to tell anybody what I think they should think about edge play or risk because that I don't think you can talk about play without talking about risk And so which of those two topics will get most airtime in this upset don't don't can't canton. Maybe one of those things that we ended up coming back to do. So let's start with what is playing. I'm going to start with ignominious book because that's where I started and this was why I was like I really liked this definition because it was way better than the one I had been given. What seven eight years ago Ignatiev defines edge play as play that his on the quote edge of safety or is considered very risky. Some places classify any play with a sharp edge and potential for blood to be edge played other places. Consider anything someone isn't completely familiar with doing on their own to be edge play and therefore needing extra supervision. That is a much broader definition. So I'll. I'll tell you how I learned and you tell me if that tracks the way on learned edge play was. Anything that. Literally used an edge like a knife more blade that could draw blood that put you closer to the risk. Of imminent death or real harm. So blood play knife play s fixation. That how did you thrones up I kind of? Had a pretty good idea of what it truly meant. Right from the beginning I, think probably because of the community I came into. So I mean to me, you know it was pretty much a lot of the things that that you just mentioned. Let's throw in medical play. I would not have okay you know. Really. I I from very early on I kind of thought of. Most any play. In. Media. Sam As kind of being edgy. Certain extent. I. I think the one that shocked me the most. I was at a rope workshop. and. The person doing the presentation was like. Rope is edge play. And I had to stop and think about that. For for a few minutes and it's like. Yeah. 'cause you consider you can seriously do harm to somebody By. Tying a rope wrong too tight the the nerve damage that can ensue cutting off. Election so you know yeah. Pretty much yet from from my thing early on. Yeah. It was always pretty much anything that you engage in. Here's what's funny with that way of thinking about it because I don't disagree with you. When we were thinking about this episode, I almost titled It, is. Is All bedia some edge play? Because, based on definition and the other definitions If you're watching on the livestream video I did just add all the links that were using his references kink Lee, which does use sex writers and a lot of people have formerly written for Kinsley in the past to define these things, they're not coming from left field. They didn't just do a quick Google search they defined edge play as edge player I to be DSM activities that are considered risky or. On the edge of what might be considered safe sane consensual. The definition of edge play is subjective and can differ from scene to scene and from individual to individual but it can refer to anything from breath play knife play to bear backing the definition of Edgy can change over time depending on the sensibilities of the time period. I, would also say because it is so subjective that one thing you consider edge play Ken change over time as you yourself as kinksters. And learn and have different experience. It comes down and this is something I say because this is something we follow we we have always pretty much believe in in safe sane consensual. Yeah. I'm excited because that was what was standard when. Sort of arrived at different times year DSM. Rack was not a thing. A lot of people worked on it was not nine eleven twelve. But. You know let let's let's face it. There are. Some people who would consider the sanity of putting somebody over your knee in spanking them oh? Sure. Okay. So you know while while safe sane consensual. You know let's let's break down a little bit. I mean consensual is pretty much. A No brainer that that regardless of what you tend towards the the consent pretty much. Right and main stand, it's not it should not be a confusing concept for most people run central as both parties. You know we're we're the thing safe comes into play. There you start getting. Walking a little bit of a grey area. Sure because what I consider safe, you might not consider. Let's. Something that many people consider a gateway. KINK spanking. Okay many people's Aoyama, my gateway Kink I. started out with with light spankings and you know just kind of grew from there but. Even spankings can can have an inherent danger. because. You're using a paddle. Okay. You miss hit with a paddle. You hit a bone. All. Right. With a paddle, you definitely do not want hit soft tissue. As far as you know anything where major organs lay not with any amount of four. Absolutely right. So there there is a risk. You know let's face it. No matter how much. One practices the. Possibility for missing a stroke. Can Happen Accidents Happen. You can be well trained in any implement but accidents happen turn be off your game you love somebody might move by half an inch in the middle of this I mean anything can happily you know you you you miss hit were they were they flogger and it wraps around and hits a tender area. So that. Then is where rack risk aware consensual kink kind of started coming into play more and more. Because regardless of what we do and you know I it may be more of a personal feeling but you know. It's That's why I kinda. Group most of everything we do in into being an ED play. Let's face it It's not considered the norm. Well. What you've said is what to me hits this whole topic nail on head you know it's the risk. So a couple of things one, you're an the examples. Most of US give we're talking about edge play or risk in general we talk about the physical risks rose are most easily seen and melt, and you can in many if not most cases, you almost know immediately if that was a bad hit like you feel it, you don't always I mean things can happen. But for the most part, you really jokingly we joke about sometimes the difference between pleasurable plane and not good. I did not ask for thank you might. But and this is the thing that all the definitions I've read as well as eady's video pointed out there's also mental and emotional risk. What's a trigger? What's GonNa haunt you what's GonNa, stay with you what's going to remind you of a thing that happened that's not related but you're in a head space you did not anticipate and it comes it all comes back to risk and so. When I was watching movies video, it is linked in all the places y'all definitely go watch it's excellent She was talking about the kind of the same thing she didn't say what you've said which is you know is all bs edge play but all be DSM has risk and her point was you have to assess those risks for yourself. What found kind of humorous kind of really marine through the comments I don't know I do it to myself do whatever youtube video I don't know why I don't know what? And there were a couple of people who understood her point they weren't. They weren't being jerks or anything, but they actually said, well, if you have enough experience in something, then your risk goes down one. That's true. The more experience you have the the more your risk can decrease but the tone of those comments was like, Oh, I've been doing this twenty years. It's perfectly safe if I'd. Error. Let's let's look at this on another scale. Let's use this in A. Assembly. Okay driving. You learn how to drive. As as a youngster, you're not that great of a driver. Okay. Let's face it. Kids tend to have more accidents and mishaps than most any drivers on the road. But as you learn you gain experience. The hope is you gain that experience to become better driver. Of the risk of accidents goes down. But Life changes again, you get older, your reaction time goes down things change in your life and and you may. Start hitting the downhill slide of that bell curve. Okay. So it doesn't matter how many years of experience you have doing that. There are other factors that affect. In your same example, you can be at the height and the peak of your emotional mental wellbeing and you can get lazy you can get overconfident. You know I'm not this driving thing down I take this route every day I will let my mind wonder I will do I will go a little bit faster. I will do a thing I never do, and then you through no intention of your own but certainly by your own actions have caused an accident so. In. That example is of driving. You've got the experience you need that doesn't mean you can't get careless. That's no different than anything else. So if I have an opinion on that other than that, it is to say be wary of the person who acts like they cannot make a mistake because anybody can make a mistake. The person who knows they can make a mistake house a heightened awareness to a to reduce the chance of a mistake most of the time or they just won't do something until they feel. More. Confident in it like they've gotten enough practice and experience. But that is where risk comes in and things become quote edgier than they might seem on paper one of the resources I looked up and I was like, okay. What is being said out there about edge play because because. I had a very narrow definition of edge play and it was all things that I am in no way in in experiencing. Thank you very much. I had not given it much thought I had not thought to myself. Well, how do I feel about edge plan? What isn't and what's so that's why I say this conversation is a little open ended because the end of it I might have. Some hard and fast opinions right now, it's sort of new territory for me because I'm sort of remapping how I think of it. But one of the resources that I found a site called taboo less dot net they were talking about edge plate and they were saying things that tracked true for me based on these other sources that I trust giving their definition but a thing they said that maybe. That might be broadly true but can I be nitpicky was when they were giving examples of things you don't have to worry about as being risky. And one of them, the example they used was sensual spanking now To me almost all spankings are good spankings. I do not breakdown spankings in that way. So how other people might define a central spanking is? A mystery to me any go back to Nexias book and see if the put definition in there. So I don't have a clear picture my mind what specifically they mean by central spanking but I did think of even the sexiest moments we've ever had that might be classified as essential spanking. And I also know that. It's not just the physical and in a light spanking. Yeah. Your risk is way way down or something to go wrong. But that is the physical side of thing right? What if I'm having a bad day and something about the position I'm in or something that the tone in your voice takes me back to A. Dark. Time in life and I have a literal legit medic like. Psychological trigger. And now. You know is it something that I will be able to overcome shirt? Is it something that may make me go we? We can't do that thing in that way I've got to recover from this like those things are possible So I I. At the risk of not like having a hard stance on anything. If I have to have a hard stance. I think I'm more in line with your definition that Hemi thing in DSM can pose some level of risk and so therefore depending on your risk tolerance how you assess risk, which we should talk about and just your your individual south technically anything. NBA DSM could be considered edge play. Now, what you consider edge plan what I consider eggplant two totally separate things like we might not even a green back and I think that that is okay as well. Yeah. An individualized experience through with the entire lifestyle play and the kings and fetishes. But. You know you touch on something which I think is is very important in this. I mean the the physical aspect of it is is important That is not taking away from that at all but. The? Mental and emotional. Aspects I think it is very important when you play with a partner whether it's a long term partner whether it's is top or bottom. One of the things you you talk about especially in negotiation are if they have any triggers known June trick, let's be real sometimes avenue. That's a loose separate thing but you know. I mean. There too. I Tong somebody earlier a little bit about humiliation play and you know that is something. Some people like some people don't there. There are strong opinions about those. Humiliation play. Can be a bit edgy to for some people depending on where you take it and how are you taking? And how they are wired. A Word I use with you. May Be a word that triggers somebody else in in a bad response, their words you can't use with me we. We had that conversation very early on when when we started dipping our toes in that and yeah, they're they're words it absolutely in any context. CanNot be used letting me since we can use me as example here. It's not about having an opinion on a specific word. It's about what that word does to me in the moment what it does to mean coming from somebody I care about interest deep leading and My ability to shrug off a word, you have called me some filthy things in the middle of a scene that in that context in that scene, our delicious and when it's over I, don't even think about them again because I'm out of that space, it doesn't matter. There are words because of what I've gone through in life that if I hear them from somebody I, trust. Even in the sexy fund consensual. Context those words those phrases stay with me long pass that scene. So then what I get left with as a my God, they called me that is what I am who I am did they mean that and I can spiral into some dark places. It will absolute certain phrasing certain things will fuck up my head fuck up my self esteem and my sense of self worth and. My sense of trust in the relationship in in the person, and then I am questioning and I am feeling depressed and sad and anxious, and all of the things things all the fields in a moment because one word might have gotten said in a moment that was consensual and sexy and rate. So that is a risk that I won't take I. I know what will happen has happened That's not that one is a bridge too far. We not go in there. So that's when I one one teeny tiny little example of what? That the is on on that kind of play just with one misspoken. And you know triggers for the most part. We we look at triggers. We say you know well. A lot of US know are triggers. That's why you know certain writings have content warnings to because certain things may trigger certain people but there's another aspect triggers I. I've talked about it. Earlier shows what I tend to call landmines. Those are hidden triggers. Ones that. Nobody knows about on either side? And you're doing the scene and you're walking through the field of the scene and next thing you know you step on it and it goes off. We have experienced have yeah and those are an unknown. I could not have told you ahead of time. Hey, don't do this thing. Don't say this thing it'll cause a bad reaction, right so you know that something to think about to that is that is something that is is very Can hear the cynical out there who don't want to be told that something is risking they need to be careful I can hear them thinking to themselves or typing ferociously. Are. You saying I just can't do anything because there's GonNa be landmine for everything has a risk getting on an airplane has. What I think what I think I am saying is you approach with caution a new approach with humility. Okay. Because you can take all the precautions in the world you can have the conversations. You can do some risk assessment with one another about the activities or the whatever, and you can still hit that moment. You did not expect it. You're not actually to Blaine, it's a thing that happened that nobody can predict right what you do next. Says everything? Yes. You know if you blame that person for having a bad reaction because you feel uncomfortable one, I'm not impressed with you an sue we've got some work you do. If you decide that that is a reason you can never do kink again. We might need to have a conversation because I think that's a bigger reaction, but do you take care of your partner? Do you learn from the experience? Jay Maybe avoid that play in the future. So we you know when it happened to us. On the scene just is it stopped there there. This was one of those things where it stopped there was no picking up and men going forward. at at any point, this was just knelt. Everything comes to a dead stop In in my case, what I did with her I got her calm down. we did not even try to talk about it at that point. because you were just. So, freaked out I had a panic attack in hyperventilating. So. It will it was bad and we everything stop and we'd just let it lay and it wasn't until later the next day. We took, and we just kind of went off by ourselves off to the side sat little quiet spot and we started talking about it. And you know working through what happened, what what you know could have caused it and kind of a work through it and you know now we. Specifically, avoid what? We've played a little bit with that. It's it's about me having to wait on my body especially face to face. It's panic panic panic panic. Yeah and what's funny is we have not. We did we we avoided it for a couple of years. Didn't even come close to, and then we were kind of lost in the moment a couple of times and we came close and I. Think we both realized in the moment Oh my God. We're almost to this position where I. Panic and we start we did a quick. It was a weird quick checking 'cause I mean, we were no end and heavy, but it was you did the are you okay and I was like if you stop there and then we're going and I went okay can't do this anymore and it didn't stop the scene. We just shifted bodies and then we can keep going because we were then aware of it have the communication skills together have the trust one other because at the time and experience with one another to. And and we're. Not, too. Precious about. The the theatrics of the scene there're theatrics and a scene of role play or of head space are important in many aspects. I am not like disin- you if you need that. A lot of times at a certain point, an insert we. Don't it's more about a connection than it is a set the actual scene. So we can. It's not a character for us. We can just say in the middle of this really kinky sexy moment. Let's shift. Okay and we can do it together and then we can keep going I know that not everybody candidate, but we have that ability to weaken. Then it's almost like playing on a new level of an edge because you know that's a trigger. You know you have careful with my consent let you come up to the line of that and then I'll let you know. Okay. I can't do this anymore. Just adjust in mid play and keep going that comes with having hit the landmine having done what I needed and what you needed to get through that moment learned from it been very careful with it decided that the risk of trying again too soon was not enough. And slowly getting to a point of comfort of yeah. Maybe we can do a little bit of that again but I also know that if I had gone know that you can't do that anymore you'd have been like okay. Something else are still many other things to do there to be really mad that you can't do this one specific position in this one specific time there's just too much to choose from a guy And we have enough compatible kings that works so I think what we? It's Based on I think the way you and I are both going on our definition of edge play. There is no. Standard. Solid visa activities are edge apply I feel good about that definition because that track. That tracks true for me anything in Bedia. Some can be edge play. Now, what we saw said it before me say again what you consider edge play and what I consider to play or edgier too risky will vary and we'll be different. So I'm not GonNa make the blanket statement that everything is always. EDGE PLAY Because it's high risk. Okay. I think there is an edge to everything because there is a potential for something to go wrong. This is where risk assessment comes in. Right if you have been together for as many years as we've been together and you tend to do spankings in about the same way every time the risk of harm from spanking while always present is. We're. Very. Minimal as you can probably get without calling it risk free. At the same time. have. You came first of all I'm not GonNa let you because it's a hard on it, but you'll come at me with a knife. My brain processes that as hugely high risk especially since this moment in time you don't have the practitioners the experience we haven't even attempted anything that to me is a step too far. The risk is too high because they're too many unknowns for me. So. What I think. And I'm not I'm no expert on how to assess risk. I only kind of know how can assess it for myself but I think the one thing that is. Common, slash. Mostly. Always true. Is that we all have a different definition of what is risky to US based on. Probably dozens of factors some of which we can name and some of which maybe on a subconscious level that we can't we just. Yeah I'll do that no I won't or whatever it may be. Some things I can think of when I'm assessing if something is worth the risk I think that is also key. So you assess what the risk is will go back to the Tabu list dot net's article where they said central speaking for them would not be at play because there's no real risk. In that case, the level of risk I would say so super low but no, I probably don't consider risky even if I intellectually understand that, yes, there could be arrest under. Very, specific circumstances in my experience with it. Okay. So that's so super low I'M NOT GONNA I'm not gonNA think about it, but it's when I look at something I do think is risky. Then I'm thinking about and and I'm not I'm not used to thinking about why things risky but there are things that come to mind. Okay. Chime in with any of them, not really thinking first of all have I done it before? K.. Has the person who wants to do it with me done it before if so how often for how long one of the things can I even name the risks? So sometimes I look in I, don't know enough about it to even tell you what the risks are that tells me I don't know enough about it to do it. Now, that is a personal decision I know there are people out there who will don't have to know anything about it and they'll run headlong into it and by the grace of whatever deities may or may not exist and fate slash LoC slash you pick your words. They make it through in their fine. I have never been that person. When once I I recognize a big risk and it's it's a big one I. I usually encounter in some way. But I'm also thinking does it on? This is more of a subconscious thing where I can't always name why fix things risky does it make me anxious? Does it make me afraid of my having visceral reaction. Am I having pictures in my head of worst case scenarios even if they're not practical Might never actually happen if my brain goes to the worst case scenario knife play. Okay I'm anxious person. Okay. I understand who in what I am. You say knife play to me I because of that anxious spiral I'm capable of imagine blood everywhere stab wounds vicious violent or or just the weirdness of life of your greasing my skin with a knife you trip on nothing next thing you know you stabbed me right like. That I mean one, I'm not into nightclub. Blah, we talk about this but to me when that's what I'm thinking for me on my personal assessment of risk. That's too far some people there who had my won't go there. They might be able to go. Oh Yeah. You could cut me Oh i an evening and her video went oh my God i never thought about it. was like she said, you could be doing knife play accidentally cut a partner, cut their skin, and that knife wasn't clean as clean as it could be, and so therefore, you've accidentally given your partner, an infection that has put them at risk. More risk because other sick because we've got an infection. And It was an oopsy moment and a because I'm not explain knife play. I'm like I had never thought of that. Now when we talk about impact play, I can't think of more risks even if I can't envision all. When so but that's based on experience and the trust level and because I've learned. Complicated a messy I. It is important to understand what it is. You're doing no matter what you're doing. Well, sure. A number of years ago, a certain book that was followed then followed by a movie came out. And I. Know this because I actually witnessed it in the office I was working at that time people were like. This is amazing. It's wonderful. I want to do this stuff and people were going out that had no idea what they were doing. No idea of of the power they were wielding in their hands. I thought it was just cool and amazing and they wanted to spice things up and. People ended up in the hospital I remember reading about shoulder injuries from all the people trying flogger. Many years ago. When I had an interest in in flogger, which was born of the reading the Gore books because I read the Gore books I did not fancy myself a flogging expert. All right I went out and I learned at workshops how to handle a flogger before I ever even touched someone with a flogger. I've flogged my pillow into submission. Okay I for one I'm grateful. For, that Bill. Even, with learning whips you just you don't learn crack a whip by whipping somebody you take you know all the workshops I've been to you take t shirt and put it on a hanger and you use it for target practice a piece of paper hanging you use it as a target you you work until you improve your. Your ability to gauge the distance of the whip you're using to the impact it's hitting and Yada Yada Yada down the line. So you're giving me a look. Think of something and I think that this is the thing that gets forgotten this discussion. We each as individuals assess risk in different ways not even with the methods like I was listening a little bit ago you are a person who is. Fairly cautious. You're not like me super super overly cautious anxious decide hide my house things. I know what's there and I know how it works I'm happy here. You are willing to go out and have adventures, but your personality says either based on past experience or just how you're wired or a combination of both. Okay I don't know what I don't know I can immediately get a sense. There is risk here even if I could not name it, I'm going to make sure I understand how to do it or am interested in a topic I'm going to research it a little bit read about it learn a little bit and then you'll make decisions because now you've learned to look it you understand there is inherent risks you need to learn these skills that is one type of personality. There are. Then the personalities will I have a feeling like the people with their shoulder injuries after? Watching the fifty shades movie. who were maybe the type of people who do that thing? Oh that looks easy. I can do. It never occurs to them that there might be risk involved there never especially if they've decided, they think it's easy. They go head first headlong into a thing. have an injury, fuck it up have a moment and then go. Away, this thing might not be as easy as risk whenever as I thought it was and they are those people who have to learn the hard way fuck it up I learned. There are the people like me who are at the other end of risk aversion where we're like I'm I don't like anything that's even looks like I'm GonNa sit here and beat the potato that I am in my house. On the other end of the spectrum of the people who I think there's types here to where they either don't see the risk at all. And I don't understand y'all but high. Or they see the risk and they don't they either don't care or think they can overcome it or think it's not that big of a deal and I would also hazard a guess to say that. One person can have elements of all those types of people within them and all those types of risk assessment in their personality so that something that really does hit their anxiety even if they cannot predict it, they will be really risk averse to they will. They won't do it at all if it feels too risky or they have to learn everything, they can I all the way to because I know. I've done this before where I thought something looked easier than it was even if there was no risk to me of physical harm, there might have been the risk of losing money might have been the risk of something and I've rushed headlong into something never even conceiving that I should learn about it I and so in terms of media some an edge play I think there are some of us who Get a maybe on some things having heightened sense of awareness or we we think more about risk and so therefore, that lends itself to that part of us that wants to research practice try or just not fucking do something. And then you have the another style which either ignores the risk completely a barrel straightforward or doesn't understand that there is risk and so. I know that there are those out there who would be like well, if there's so much risk, you know how does anybody like? How are we not all in the hospitalised kinksters because we've all heard ourselves one I would say pure fucking luck. Times you don't know what you don't know and you got lucky that time that it went well. I think sometimes, it is about and this is the key part where you were talking Ed played media someone risk it is about the. Difference between the perceived level of risk not there is risk I think we can say that is risk to everything the perceived the perception of the risk versus the actual risk itself. Some things are going to be riskier because of the nature of what they are central spanking verses even just an overnight east baking versus I'm going to stick with needles like if I'm comparing the risk levels to those activities. And, we're starting at baseline of no experience whatsoever. One is inherently riskier than the other. Now that can change though it doesn't eliminate the risk itself. But if you become super trained in needle play and you practice for two decades and you have a really a regimented system of how you do it and how you keep both you and your partner safe. The risk is definitely still there, but it's less than the person who? Watch them, porn yesterday, and well. Cool on the bathroom. Yeah, it's a matter of weighing those risks which I think is back to the original point of. All BEDIA SAM is not the same level of edge play at the same time for everybody. But yes, there are inherent risks and dangers in edginess to all parts, of Bedia, Sam. It's about the what your comfort level is what your education and experience level are when I say education I mean kink education out here talking degrees that you have to go get like how much have you learned about this thing you want to do, which is why you and I will be continued to be part of that group of people out on the Internet who's like please learn about a thing before you dry it. Which I think is what's Nice about like? spanking even let's go to bondage and you know. Your your silk tie or handcuffs nothing I recommend handcuffs find your goes being the gateway to those things because those. Have the have risk. I can name at least a couple of the handcuff thing. They, all have risk, but the risk is so low. It's easy for some easy ish for somebody who has no experience with it to go I can give this a try the. Mechanics of are simple enough. That I can do this and the risk is relatively low. It's a matter of you don't know what you don't know and I think that's a good thing. I think that if we all walked around being terrified all the time of a potential risk, even if the likelihood of that risk is very low, we might never do anything. You know I, I, have both. Had this said to me and said this to somebody not related to king. But when I'm either I'm in a conversation with somebody and one of us is more anxious than the other. I have said and also been told I can walk out the door and get hit by a car to you know you Mara I can't not walk out the door because of that risk, and that's where it comes down to your personal risk assessment of what is a risk too far free. Too Far for you and you know what makes me sad is when people and I say this as somebody who has this happen when your anxieties are so high and you're. You are so risk averse that you are not able to take the step into something that intrigues you because you can't let yourself get past how risky it feels because sometimes part of that feeling of risk not the actual risk of feeling about risk is the unknown. When I don't know about something it an and I recognize that there's risk if feel scarier to me than when I do know about most things, people can to fear the unknown. Absolutely. So that then becomes an internal conversation of. Am I responding to the actual risk versus the perceived risk because there's so much? I don't know the best solution to that is to go learn not necessarily to do. But to go have conversations, go to demos, workshops get a rounded and as real sins as you can. To then decide okay. Now, I know what this looks like. Her can look like and the mechanics of this work. Where am I? Where am I on it now because then I think the the way you look at the risk of that kind of play. It becomes less edge play and more possible or eat or you go. Oh Shit. I was right to be scared. I must stay away from it for me. the The interesting thing that I think happens this happens a online certainly in common sections of videos, but also on twitter and wherever people gather. Is that. If I come out and say. Needle Plan New Place Harlem it too. So just Don't break my skin on. I'm saying. But let's say I come out and say needle plays edge play to me because it is a risk she far from there will invariably be somebody out there. Who thinks what have actually said is nobody should do need to play because it's too risky when what I've said is that's a that's a no for me. I'm not much for me and there is this. Humans, compulsion. To think that when somebody says I think that's too risky. I'm not GonNa do it that we somehow said you shouldn't do it either now every once in a while they're there is somebody on the Internet things up because they don't want to do it. You shouldn't do it either and that's a part of this conversation as well. So. And I have absolutely seen people make the comments and make the assertions that because they don't think something is risky enough to avoid that there's no risk to it, and so they'll tell that person will you're just being sillier stupider whatever it's not risky. It's perfectly safe. I've done it for twenty years. What are you worried about? And I think it comes back to the point we make in every discussion we have about power be kink and all of that which is highly personalized and individualized to you. Your experience does not have to look like anybody else's experience cruiser. Doesn't have to be validated by anybody else's experience. Okay. They can go out there and do them and you know live their risky bestself life and you can do what makes you feel safe and comfortable and confident so that you're enjoying your Bedia unexperienced. Yeah. I do think it is worth conversation and the awareness that there are of varying degrees and levels. REX endangers to all forms of media some physical mental emotional. Understanding that does not mean you can't engage in it. That's kind of the coolest thing about Bedia some we are not only on the outskirts of what society put quotes around that but mainstream society considers normal. We're okay we're playing on the edge of the Tabu just in general and then we're playing on the edge of what our bodies are capable of our minds are. Of what we can psychologically handle like. It's okay. If your edge is nowhere near my edge, we are planning on two different fields. As long as we. Take that time to learn about the thing weigh risks understands there are risks fucking mirror risks. And then decide what's best for us based on what we know to be true about ourselves and what I decide for me does not have to be what gets decided for you and that's okay. And We're both having our living our best beady DSM lives. Was this really discussion about edge play. Was this early discussion about risk assessment? I. Don't I. Don't know what were we doing among? I think that if we if you and I agree and I agree with you broadly that any form of Media Sam is edge play because of the risk, every some some degree of risk, and then what I consider edge specific eggplant is based on what I consider risky and what I know about Then that opens it up to anything everything. We don't have to speak about specific kinks and call those edge play. Because and our our view of what is edge blake absolutely can't will shift over time. Yes. You know if you are terrified of like I was I was terrified of a whip don't come with a whip that's GonNa. Break. Skin and and technically he called. That is a risk but I didn't know anything about it. Other than it sounded like can hurt and I had seen too much porn where there word like too many red marks on skin. and then over time, and while I watched you learn and go through that process. It's still not a thing I'm like dying to do, but I was able to consider it less edgy four myself because. funnily, enough not because of anything I did other than kind of growing into my king south but watching you. Do. What you could to eliminate risk you know. So reduce risk. I don't really eliminate risk reducer EXC the risk is always there and I that doesn't mean we have to be afraid of anything necessarily. As just an acknowledgement of the facts. That sums it up very well. I have never summed up anything in my fucking life. Here we go. We did the. First Time for everything. I will be interested over time What other Questions this raises topics of conversation. We can come back to this. This is one of those that does feel like a really big conversation but I because I did not have going into the conversation I didn't have any hard and fast this is totally what I think I don't. It feels like it's too broad of a topic to cover in one episode but also this is a good stopping point because I think I I'm with you on your definition. And I'm with Nexia and yeah yeah. So. So does that mean we're good That is not for me to say. Okay. Kinky on all still. Godley. SPAMMY ground. The crickets play. On the smile like that, how could I refuse? Yes, you can talk to the Cricket Daddy. If you're watching on youtube less room I could not look at any livestream comments while we did that I was already getting off track I would have gotten after. So y'all all might have said some really really. SMART. Things or ask really good questions I've missed them all. Also while only while you were talking I think maybe I was while you're talking I spit coffee on myself twice. PODCAST listeners, you didn't did not miss anything there. On. I'm trying to think of what good Emoji of the week would be for risk because they're Scott be. There's gotta be something. Kind of doing the same thing while you were talking, I would just peaking briefly. Yeah. You doing better than me. What happens if I type the word? Risk nope risky nope. Maybe, we won't have Emoji of the week because I can't think of. Oh. No. You could do a knife because people think of Nice play as edge play even though it is not the only form of Nej edge play saw. Oo Amy in the livestream trout yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yield sign the caution sign the caution sign the the triangle with an exclamation point. Yes. Yes. Caution sign works for me that will be an Emoji of the week. The Easter egg is that if you subscribe to the newsletter links on all the places where links exists, I will put that Emoji in the subject line of the email. So if you're like what what? Are they talking about that one? That one? Okay caution sign triangle the next point in there we go. That is. We think after all these weeks of trying to do this, I would think of these early. On the topic early. Your. Lucky So. What have we got for bonus? Sections. From. It I don't really have a whole lot. I've just been boring I've been using a bunch of pictures for Mesa I. Took a bunch of pictures for for the sites you'll have more to go. I, think probably Friday morning. I'll be doing that. Or Thursday afternoon I'm not sure which it. Depends what I get accomplished out in the shop tomorrow. And Yeah, I mean I've just been born doing boring stuff making canes and yeah boring stuff making hetty. Kosh why would anybody care about that? And and other things the. I know. I. Think I put it on Instagram I don't remember now the the block. Of Acrylic that I made I cut that up into Penn sought penn blanks. and. I'm making a pin. With one of them because I'm very curious to see how the. How the colors swirled in there. And Pretty much it looming. So. It's my turn Yeah. Well, you got something to talk about you talk about it. I launched a new business this week with my good friend and business partner molly more. Just, digital products is not physical. It's called obscene ideas. It is geared towards people who want to write about sex in a variety of forms. I. Am exhausted I. Know Molly's exhausted. We spent. Four months getting to this point. Now, we are in preorder if you go to obscene IDEAS DOT COM. You can see all of the things our first product is a prompt workbook of thirty one prompts to write erotic fiction. Because why the fuck not yeah and I I know that letting me DSM nicely the target audience for this. Game with got to do anything I will say two things one. One of the one of our upcoming releases I don't have a schedule I don't know when we'll be. We will have prompt workbooks that are about kink to people writing and thinking about king to now this is done and the shop is about to be launched an ready and just running I am going to create part two to thirty days of Diaz I don't know how long it's GonNa, take me but I am going to do. A second volume. So if you've gone to that I there's more we can explore there's more we can talk about there's more to like whatever going to be another one I don't think that will have a free element because we do have the three days of s. for re if you do the email, it will be a workbook at might still be an email program but that now gets to be on my list things that are coming. It'll be a twenty twenty one thing but hopefully, early twenty, twenty, one But I had to get through all of these plans we had I, and so you might not care what I'm selling over at obscene ideas, dot com with my friend molly more. But now that is going I can start turning my attention to other things that are on my list so. But. Aria there are some erotic mad libs I saw online usually they call them adult. But A, we are not always not like consistently, but we are playing with mad lives on our social media. Were today's Thursday the day recording tomorrow Thursday on Instagram I have. I've made a what we call a Smutty Mad Lib. It's just one sentence cause those are hard to fucking make. So we are playing with those but not as a product, but there are companies that do make adult. Related Mad Libs so anybody who had the same question oriented about mad libs go there you go. So. Yes. So that's the thing. So if you don't care about that, it's okay. 'cause we talk about Kinky I get that. Yeah. That's that's the important part of it is now that it's going I start doing other things and that is that is my next project. Is To do a volume two of thirty days of Diaz. What else we We set top announcements in the next couple weeks we will be launching your new shop. Doing special streams, video podcasts, things to talk about that We will somebody asked us when I mentioned that a couple of weeks ago we will talk about the different products that are currently available. The really shitty about this. Thank you. Thank you pandemic and twenty twenty. Is that we do not have near as much stuff in terms of variety and even inventory we're working on because of a supply chain problems and getting the tools in. So we a lot of the items are going to be familiar to people who've shopped from us before. But our fingers are crossed for a more productive twenties. Thanks, Kovin. I finally got notified this week that items I ordered back in June. Have just now finally shipped. We're getting our meet on these orders quicker than your. Yes. Yes. Any of your thank you very items. Sad. So Yeah I've all the things I've had going on our business relief. I'm trying to think to have any like fun personal things. Have I do I know what a person life is anymore? Oh. So we talked about this on the Friday night hang out last Friday, and then I've been winding in the patron dischord No whining. I think. I think it's okay to be upset about this. So as you all know Shaq, he's only been gone three weeks now and we miss him and I think I said in the last episode I left myself open to whatever might happen. Then I found a dog I fell in love with online It was pictures description but we both did we fell in love. From a rescue. Technician. Florida. A couple of hours away hour and a half if we got on the TURNPIKE. I've mapped it and we put an application. Over the process and a lot of waiting and feeling impatient they came back to us and said. Well. We're GONNA put your application on hold because you live too far away if we don't get any local interest in this beautiful beautiful dog who totally have local interest we may reconsider your application. They want people adopters to live in our away and we live an hour and thirty minutes away. And so this beautiful dog find a lovely home I wish nothing but the best for that beautiful dog. Two things. One heart hurts like it's an it's almost like a compounded ache because I still hurt because the sake and now it's like all this hurts to into I'm. I saw a another dog that interested me not at the level that the stop dead. On love at first sight, but it was very like. I'm intrigued And I was I'm like I don't know if I want to put an application because that rescue is probably an hour and forty five minutes away. The lesson learned there is if I will reach out to a rescue before we do that I won't do that I mean. I never would have occurred to me that I've watched wait I know what it is of which way too videos online if we were going, I flew across the country. To adopt this. Drive an hour and a half down the turnpike you. I I think what upset me about all that is they said nothing. On their website or the application you know that you had to be within a certain distance of the. Of the rescue in order. And dumped and The other rescue that I was looking I think I showed you the picture of this beautiful dog well, they said, we want people to be adopted to be located in central Florida like if you decide you're like, yeah, sure. We can put in for that particular dog whose name is Jake I think and all I can think is Jacob. Safe form. It's like well. I'm going to have to reach out I. Go we think we live in central? Florida d you think we live in central Florida. Where's your line of demarcation for? You Yeah but we We. Are I think on the path to a cat? Yes, and we are going to our local shelter for that. I was. So the local shelter also has really cute dogs but they don't give you any information personality temperament that kind of stuff you can get from a rescue. Dogs who've been fostered and there are a couple of dogs that I can't stop thinking about not on the level of sunny. The dog we were rejected over have sunny sunny. That was a perfect name for for Sonny Sonny. God He. Talks Spoil. Anyway. So and for the for our local shelter. Dog Adoptions. Ten dollars. Unlike. Through the problem is not knowing the temperament and so we'll see we'll see what happens. I think nothing else there will be a cat and our wines very soon if it is the type of cat that will allow us the opportunity we will try to serve. Well Yeah. We'll try to get pictures and video. So we can actually legit the our cat whenever we get a cat and you know it's funny on the cat thing especially, as I know we're going to the shelter I have not looked at pictures, but I'm not falling in love with any individual cat because, ooh, that's that's definitely a personality thing. That is definitely a if I put my fingers in your little cagey box thing you come sniff them or will you look at me like bitch? Please Like you don't get that sense from a picture. Yes silent wings says I'm assuming you're talking about me selling that I'm on well on the path to crazy dog lady I'm sorry I envisioned two of each I have two children. Why can't I have two cats and two dogs? podcast listeners you did not see look on John Branston space, but I, bet you can't imagine it. I have so much love to give. It's a good thing that are local shelter only allows you to adopt to pets at a time. Any who? Happy Birthday Queen Fram. Snow. In other news I did some tweaks on our discord, our patron only discord server. And we now have the ability to add custom emojis. My face is an EMOJI. Yes. Your one of your. So let me tell you brush wets. JV's like now I mean the new shop logo which we have shared our our patrons. So if you are member, you can go give that sneak peek but I need a I, need a copy of the logo graphic I was like okay and I need this picture used for our movies and video that came out on Monday still shot still shot that used for the thumbnail. I. Need that picture and I'm like, okay and the nature of our power. Exchange Trust Ivan Him as I. Never asked I mean need for now. Just what set it up? So then I didn't think about it like I was like you to do whatever. There's a purpose I'm thinking maybe he's sharing that picture to share the video. Maybe he's making some commentary on some platform about the expression on my I don't know. He goes at I've finally ended work for the day. I was like I'm done I'm done I'm done. He is you need to go into discord. You need to go to discord. So I go and I'm like, what am I looking to discord? We'll I added some discord server specific emojis and we had talked about that because you're looking at another graphic that you could use and I had told you hey, if you need some others, let me know I have access to some so I knew that I'm like He goes. No I'm like, where do I find this? He goes. Oh Hit this do that. I look and. There's my face. There's Mike Goofy goofy face like. Goofy. Like silly face now I make many silly faces anybody on Youtube will definitely know at this point but. It was like I had purposely made that silly face. It was one of the first times I've ever. We've ever done a picture for the some for Youtube where we purposely like hammed it up a bit. And I was like wait. That's the. No one you are just offering up information for it. My fault for not asking but would you have told me? Probably not. Probably not. Exactly. So I know. I've learned in our relationship when you ask for thing, indefinitely the dom town and you don't offer an explanation, don't fucking ask Commas I'm not going to know. This is for simple stuff like send me that graphic. Tying about the state of our relationship absolutely could demand. But simple tasks like this. So I. Didn't ask. I'm not trusting fly. Emma trusting full but. I, just I knew I wasn't going to get an answer so. Oh my God. So. Yes it's only Wednesday right why does this week feel? So long it's only Wednesday. Only Wednesday. PODCAST listeners alum new. It's now Friday minimum unless you wait until the following week, and then I don't know what data's for you because we're officially travelers. Let's see. Anything. Else she she jennifer she. Yeah, it was talked about in Friday's livestream I'm not. Pictures into Emoji. Faces don't always doing making right. But. She probably didn't think it would become a reality. So she pretty much most likely just dismissed it. Here's what I thought. Truly I figured the only way it would happen if somebody already in the discord was like here's a picture make that Emoji and then I figured they'd have to tell you how to do that because you now know way more about discord than I do and if anybody out there like what the fuck discord. Think Chat Room, but for the twenty century So I was like, oh. You know it's fine. It's fine. It won't really have a and then of course because I'm. I didn't say this. House I'm not narcissistic. I'm not egotistical but I have an ego because we have an ego and I was like, do I wanna see my face like? I don't know. Would it be kind of cool to be in a much? And then I, I know y'all y'all are going to pick the most fucked up ones. So. I guess that brings to the question. Are People laughing at me or with me? Can you always tell? No, you cannot. What do I want people to be doing at me your loving with me I, don't know. I. If I had a problem with that, it wouldn't happen. It would have been taken down I no problem with it. I'm a little afraid of. Risk, assessment is that I will feel very foolish multiple times, but I often feel foolish. And keep moving forward. So it's fine, right? Yeah. Kenan the livestream chat about take a baby photo of one of. His kids I'm really glad you don't have access to any of my baby photos. Nobody needs that. You don't have access. My family does not know how to digitize. Of. A. I was a very Chubby, very plump, very round little. Baby. except for my. Preschool class picture where it was a sad moment, my parents had temporarily split up but apparently, I was very sad in that picture they they it's a quintessential me look they may not have digitize them. But I do have access to a scanner, but you don't have access to the pictures how you GonNa explain that to my mom. You, see mother-in-law dearest there's this thing and I need to know you can't go look at it because it's about the the sex thing. Now So. How Gosh We've got down a rabbit hole I I'm yeah. I'm not sure my face needs that much airtime. I don't think there's anything really going on, I wear in the middle of the rush to get shit done. So we can do other shit. We are also dealing with our very complicated feelings about pets because the eleven year old was all on board for the the dog sunny that we have been rejected over and the fifteen year old was not. He. He was like I. I don't know that that's a good idea and then he was really kind and really empathetic. He said I didn't think it was the right time but I'm really sorry that didn't work out for you. So I think what he was probably going to do is to. Not Give a new dog all of his love your. New Dog would have to win him over me is here for a cat he's tone down for a cat so. So yeah it's it's a pet. Odyssey that we're on I. Think. But yeah. You're right. You're right. I did have the the challenge accepted look. dischord emotions oh Jesus. WAS NOT. Embarrassed by my baby I was I think I think I was objectively cute baby but I don't really know because how do you know I? Know I was fat lately. I mean how many Chins can one baby have as how many however many. Shown you. None none for my teenage years please and thank you. That's just that's mortifying on a level nobody wants to remain. I know where they are. Anyway, we're GONNA go now. We. Love you guys? We're thankful. y'All sitting through our ramblings to this bitter interest proud cricket, fellow crickets, and all of the. And we will have every plan in the world of a Friday night hang out. Yes. will it be both of us? Are will one of US arrived late for the second weekend we don't know yet. And then normal schedule schedule that random extra one we're going to do as soon as I get through this particular week I'll be putting that information out for folks and yeah, all that stuff so. We're done. Okay, we love you I. Love You. Thanks for joining us.

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Mac OS Ken: 10.30.2018

Mac OS Ken

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Mac OS Ken: 10.30.2018

"Yeah. Mac OS, Ken. It's update day, Wall Street scribbles ahead of earnings and inside outside iphone ten are. It's Tuesday the thirtieth about Tober twenty eighteen I'm can Ray. And this is news from MAC OS Ken brought to you by yours. Truly and sponsored by linked in your next team member could be there right now. Go to Lincoln dot com slash MAC. OS Ken and get a fifty dollar credit toward your first job post. This show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriot. Find out more in that your support that patriot dot com slash MAC. OS can. There was just no point in going over what we might hear from apple today since the there's more in the making event is mere hours away. You can watch it on apple TV. You can watch it on that will site. It almost definitely be available. As a podcast later today. Sights will live blog it sights will tweet about it. And barring incident will hit the highlights here tomorrow. In the meantime, there's other stuff going on. I O S twelve dot one comes out today. And we know because apple told us you won't have to wait until Apple's big ipad event to find out when I O S twelve dot one will arrive says a piece from N gadgets that the site says because apple has confirmed that the update will be available on the thirtieth about Tober the day of the event for all existing. I o S twelve compatible devices. Gadget piece was written on Monday. Of course. That's why I'm. Saying things like that thirty th about Tober and the day of the event I could just as easily say things like today and later today, which is when these things are happening included in the update group-based time over seventy new a mo-. Jeez. And dual sim support for iphone tennis, tennis, max. And I phone ten are the update is also expected to close beauty gates. If you don't know or remember what that is. I n B you. Apple hasn't said exactly when the update goes live according to addin gadget. However, the site points out that such updates usually go live around one pm eastern then again most apple events. Go live around one b m eastern. So who knows financial analysts have roared back to life this week some driven by the release of iphone ten are while others are opening head of earnings for Apple's fourth quarter, which are due to be reported this Thursday. Let us start with a bearish look at Apple's latest iphone apple insider had Rosenblatt securities analyst, June Zhang guessing that up all sold nine million iphone ten ours over the weekend a million less than he'd expected. What's he basing that on? That's not the point the point is when he calls slowing demand has led him to reduce iphone ten are shipping. Forecasts by three million units due to weak preorder 's. Actually Zhang sort of says where he got his iphone ten our sales numbers without really saying apple insider has the analysts saying that the iphone data is cold from sell through data from various retail channels, though, he provided a little other detail about how the figures were gleaned it's worth noting. This was a story Zhang had already told himself and his clients and a note written one day after preorder began Jiang pointed to weak iphone ten are preorder ze. Thanks to launch the availability of the phone. A couple of days later launch day. Availability was a thing that passed, but you know, whatever. Despite bearishness that would make baron stain blush. Jiang maintains a buyer rating on shares, but as price target is still a weirdly placed two hundred dollars. Apple's currently trading it to twelve and change. Meanwhile, market watch has rounded up the thoughts of a few analysts heading into the holiday quarter because that's largely what will concern. Analysts on Thursdays. Earnings. Call Morgan Stanley analysts Katy Huber says December quarter guidance will be the most important driver of investor sentiment as it provides. The I read on iphone ten our demand. It sounds like she's interested in the high. And I phone tennis max and the low end iphone ten are while not being overly concerned with mister inbetween that is iphone ten s according to marketwatch Huber, DC's relative strength for iphone ten s max, but weaker demand for the iphone Tana's, which doesn't offer much that last year's iphone ten didn't Huber has a positive rating on apple shares her price target on the shares is two hundred forty seven dollars leaning a little Jiang's way, though, only a little is Instinet annals. Jeffrey Vall during the preorder period. Marketwatch says Cavill saw iphone ten our shipment times that looked consistent with last year's iphone eight quoting his note, then we consider this mildly. Disappointing though only mildly given conjecture consumer buying activity or telco promotions would be higher with the seven hundred forty nine dollar ten. Our coal has neutral rating on apple shares his price target on the shares is two hundred fifteen bucks. There is one analyst who will be listening on the fourth quarter earnings. Call for fourth quarter earnings quoting marketwatch again, Bernstein analyst, Tony Saginaw. Gi said he expects apple to continue to reap the rewards of its pricing tactics at least for the fourth quarter, which wrapped up in September given that apple has changed its stock keeping unit strategy and pricing yet again with an initial launch of the iphone ten s max and ten as we estimate that. Average selling prices could be significantly higher than consensus. He wrote Saginaw gay has projected an iphone average selling price of eight hundred dollars compared with a fact sheet consensus up seven hundred forty eight Saginaw gay has a market perform rating on apple shares that basically a neutral rating his price target on the shares is two hundred twenty five dollars. This Margaret watch bees is seriously all over the place. We jumped now to Goldman Sachs analyst rod hall, who's got thoughts on iphone ten our iphone ten s max and China. He thinks those phones will be hits in the middle kingdom. Thanks in part to their larger screen sizes, quoting his note, this could at least partially offset negative. Macro indications though, we doubt it completely solves the problem. If Chinese consumer demand continues to be weak as we move through the critical holiday buying season. Mr. hall has a neutral rating on shares. His price target on the shares is two hundred forty dollars. Jeffries has initiated coverage about ball stock. Whether prediction of massive gains over the next year based on not just I phone sales. But also the services revenue that grows as Apple's customer base increases. So says a piece from apple insider while some analysts worry over sales of individual iphones. Jeffries financial group analyst Timothy Shays sees iphone as a fertile field in which apple services segment, Ken, grow quoting his note. We believe apple stable iphone business will serve as the foundation upon which it can build a massive recurring. And high merging services business services growth will be led by apps store and apple music, and we see an opportunity to introduce new services over time share has a positive rating on apple shares his price target on the shares as two hundred fifty six dollars. According to his note. By the year. Twenty twenty services could account for between one hundred eleven and one hundred seventy seven of that two hundred fifty six dollar price target. More news in a moment. 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News of potential human rights violations and apple supply chain and gadget has the Hong Kong based human rights group say calm sang that Quanta computer is using high school kids to manufacturer apple watch series, four citing a piece from the financial times and gadget says say calm interviewed nearly thirty high school students working at quantum computers factory and Chongqing China and found many of them were working on the assembly line, one high schooler said there were about one hundred twenty students working in the plant performing the same procedures over and over again like a robot. Sounds like crappy internship, but it also sounds like an internship, then it goes from sounding questionable to sounding illegal quoting the peace again, a number of suits reported being made to work overnight and night shifts, which is illegal under Chinese labor laws. The high schoolers were supposedly son to the factories by teachers, and the number of the students said they were told that they would not graduate. If they didn't complete the internships. And gadget says apple is looking into the allegations. Just because we're not keeping a close eye on the ongoing battle between. Apple and Qualcomm doesn't mean no one is and gadget has the mobile processor firm saying in court that apple currently owes it seven billion dollars in missed royalty payments. The declaration doesn't guarantee that apple actually owes that much according to end gadget, but it does reveal the scale of Qualcomm claims against its former customer. And finally today a couple of phone ten are stories distinctly lacking. And surprise, I island says I fix it breaking things. So you don't have to has done its usual deal of buying the latest, apple hardware, busting it. Open than seeing how easy it would be to put back together slotting in as it does between I phone eight an iphone ten as I fix it found traits of both of those phones inside I phone ten are quoting I lounge the iphone ten are uses the Tanggula battery and single layer board design of the iphone aids. But of course, incorporates elements like the true depth camera and face ide- from the iphone ten along with a square ish. Logic board the tear down revealed many of the same chips that were used in the iphone ten s models, including the new age twelve processor along with some new elements like a modular sim reader, and it's final thoughts on the Tara down. I fix it. Two things to like two things to be troubled by and one thing the flat out dislike on the likes I fix. It says the display I opening procedure and easy access to the battery remain design priorities. A broken display can be replaced with minimal hardware removal and with a little care. You can preserve base ide-. The troubling bits noted by Fixit apple again uses tiny uncommon penta lobe and try point screws to stymie repair. But these fasteners are preferred over tough glue and waterproofing measures complicate some repairs, but make difficult water damage repairs less likely and getting the big red x for my fix it glass on front and back doubles, the crack ability and broken glass requires the entire chassis replacement. I will say though, the phone looks easier to repair them item expected I fix it. Gibbs phone ten are a reparability rating of six out of ten which is far from the worst for an apple device. You really have to respect fix for not leaving the job on done. They break things to fix them. Others just check how breakable thing is macrumors has the electron IX warranty company square trade warning people that whether you spend seven hundred fifty dollars or one thousand dollars a phone wrapped in glass is a fragile thing. According to the bee's much like the glass bodied ole, Ed. I phone tennis the iphone ten ours. LCD display an aluminum frame glass back panel both suffered serious damage when dropped on a hard surface quoted in the bee's Jason Sicilia. No, VP global, creative director at square trade. Aid who said the LCD screen and the iphone ten are has a similar level of durability. As the old leads green featured in the iphone ten s and ten s max our tests show that across the board with both LCD and Oleg screens. The all glass designs of all three new iphones are susceptible to cracking from drops, which is the most common cause of damage. Seriously. He's a global creative director and the best thing and come up with is dropping things. Flung from catapult strapped to a dachshund run over by a line of five segues slid down one of those big carnival potato sack slides used as flippers and the pinball machine these are creative ways to test the durability of an iphone, please come back when you earned that title. On the objects that using an iphone based on d'orbigny and reparability it may interest. You to know that the ten are antennas max or slightly more durable than the tennis. The iphone ten are bent at two hundred sixty pounds of pressure. But didn't crack and continued to work fine. The same result square trade saw with the iphone ten s max, according to the piece the iphone ten s though cracked at two hundred fifty pounds of pressure iphone ten are also costs a bit less to fix than either. The tennis or tennis max, really though, you're probably gonna want apple care, plus for whichever glass sandwich. You choose. Mac OS can brought to you by me and sponsored by late. Then you're next team member could be there. Now, go to Lincoln dot com slash MAC. OS cannon get a fifty dollars credit toward your first job post. This show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic. Find out more in that your support that patriot dot com slash MAC. 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"It getting knocked down on the football field makes you tough. But getting back up makes you tougher at Goodyear. We call that determination a willingness to put in more hours more reps and more of heart to reach a bar that sky high because the Goodyear blimp doesn't show up for just anybody. So don't be just anybody the blimp worthy. Good here. More driven. This program is brought to you by ice cold Dr Pepper, the official drink a fans. This is campus conversation. Now, here's your host. Ivan may Zell starla to likes to go over the top these days. He tried to go straight forward. I do think he got stopped not by no touchdown late cycle that that's a touchdown run for Cam. Scarlet. Seven plays eighty yards with the late signal. He got in. That was our colleague, Dave Flemming on ESPN last night describing a Stanford. Second half touchdown cardinal put up two touchdowns after half time to defeat Arizona state in Tempe twenty two thirteen. Ending a two game losing streak. David Shaw never lost three in a row at Stanford. That's the game. We're going to talk about today. A lot of games. Talk about on tomorrow schedule. It is Friday, October nineteenth, twenty eighteen welcome back to campus conversation. I haven't Maysville here is the man just said joining me today. Adam written Berg little Adam, Heather, live and good to be with you on a Friday. And he said, yeah, big exciting weekend coming up in college football. So excited to be a part of it. I'm completely fascinated by the Michigan Michigan state game tomorrow, which we will get to in a moment right after we say Hello again the crisslow. What's going on ceelo? Hello. Ivan Adam. It's always. Good to be with you. Gentlemen. Now us gentlemen, very essence of the word. Yes. Well, certainly that's what everybody thinks of when they think of us goes without saying. The. A lot of good games, Tamar, Michigan, Michigan state the the only battle of unbeatens, Clemson, North Carolina State. We will be down to at least seven on Eaton's at some point tomorrow. Also got because it's the third Saturday night Tober we will talk about the third Saturday night Tober and what that means to people in the south. Lots to talk about, let's get out of the tunnel. Time to come out of the tunnel on campus conversation. Stanford Wednesday, twenty to thirteen as they Fleming and bright cured said several times last night on the telecast Stanford controls its own destiny regarding the Rosebowl which is if you've seen the wave at Stanford has scuffled about for the last month. I find absolutely amazing, but it is nonetheless true cardinal raise their record last night to five and two Adam. Did you see anything there that made you think Rose Bowl. Not exactly, but it, you know, I I think it was a good third quarter after a really ugly first half or both teams in both teams had opportunities to score a lot more in the first two quarters. And for whatever reason, Arizona state's throwing a wide receiver path with the keel Harry instead of throwing the ball to Kiel area and Stafford. Botching plays in plus territory because they can't really run the ball and and Cameron Scarlets becoming their best running back while Bryce love is sitting there with twenty one yards on eleven carries. So it's like what is happening? You look at the final stats and you know, I think Arizona state's offense has to be extremely frustrated, four hundred thirty seven total yards. Three hundred fifty three through the air, and they lose the game and only score a touchdown, not until the fourth quarter. So yeah, good, solid win for Stanford one that is certainly needed after just getting crushed at home against Utah. And with you when you look at their upcoming schedule? Absolutely had to have it if they do want to hang around. And in the race. I mean the next couple of games or against the Washington schools, Washington state coming in to Stanford Stadium, and then going to Seattle where we know what happened. The last time the cardinal went up there. It was very goofy, so absolutely must win and they got it. It wasn't pretty and they still have issues. They still can't run the ball. Bryce love is basically a non factor, but their defense played better and their quarterback played pretty well in the third quarter. Basically see low. It came down to three to nothing in turnover margin Harrison a- coughed it up three times, but to Adams point, three yards a carry, Stanford getting only three yards of Kerry to me, it's just mind boggling. How they. Are continuing to find a way to stay in games and even win a few. Yep. And that's really, that's the antithesis of of what we have come to expect from David Shaw football team because they've always been able to bully running the football. But I think it also underscores that what a good coach David is and just how this program may be, is it just a one horse pulling that they can find different ways to win the thank goodness for k. j. Kostelic throws for two hundred thirty plus yards needed every one of them and it's one of those. It's one of those deals where in that conference, you know, with a lot of diversity as far as way teams like to play, you gotta find different ways to win sometimes. And that's what Stanford's done this year. They really sort of made it an art form. Well, they have certainly stalled victory against Oregon. Just. Outclass by Notre Dame. Notre Dame is very good this year and the Utah loss for Stanford. David Shaw has trouble beating Utah. It's just, you know, I think it's because their styles are similar. You know, right part of what has has made Stanford success during the David Shaw era is what they do with that ground and pound is unlike anything else. In the Pac twelve with the exception of Utah, and it's so that's it hasn't been as effective against the us. But nonetheless, they have lost two in a row to Washington state and the cougs come down to Stanford next weekend. And we'll just see if they have a game day hangover or not. Adam gimme gimme a scenario. Give me a pathway for somebody in the Pac twelve to get to the playoff. Do you see one? Well, I think it starts to. Larry Scott's about a full box of at Stanford Iraq yard. So it's they'll have plenty of tickets conference. How various thing is that by the way I've in the national championship in the Pac twelve is not in the playoffs for the second straight year, third time in four years. And by the way, the UC in two teams from other leagues or Notre Dame playing Levi stadium. That's got to be a tough one for everybody in the conference, but it's your point Krissy it's going to have to take chaos. I mean, you're gonna need. Certainly you a team like Clemson to lose and state to then subsequently lose. You're gonna need Notre Dame to lose at least once maybe twice. You're going to need carnage in the big ten and probably the big twelve. That's probably the only way then you need a team like Oregon, I guess, to win out, right. I haven't. But what organs? Non conference schedule is a non starter, right? It's just. And we all understand what happened and input out on them, but nobody cares, you know. And I mean, it's just a a, there's no power, five teams on that non conference schedule and that usually ends that conversation. Loses this week and the police. I mean, obviously why she states has one loss, but going back to. Your argument? I, it's not like Washington state schedule outcome for just loaded either. So I just I, they're really behind able and I wanna say the Pac twelve. I mean, it's going to take. Certainly Notre Dame losing and both of those teams in the ACC NC state and Clemson losing. I think for them to have a chance. It's one of those weird years guys were the Pac twelve out of conference schedules are not really good because usually I give that league the most credit for challenging itself. And for different reasons. You mentioned the Oregon am cancellation? Washington state doesn't have much. You know, it just hasn't worked out and then in the games where they needed to win Washington, Auburn, USC, Texas, Stanford Notre Dame, they have not won. And while they're still USC, Notre Dame left. The Trojans still have two losses. So I don't know how much that helps them or the league. If they're able to win a game at the very end of the season, even if a team then beats them in the tax world championship. I mean, we can. There's just no conceivable. Unless unless we have a replay of two thousand seven where everything implodes there's just no conceivable way that Pac twelve team is gonna make it into the top four and whatever the reasons, whatever the reason for the reasons the reasons are pretty obvious. So with that in mind, let's talk about another conference. Michigan, Michigan state. I'm fascinated by this game noon tomorrow on FOX. It's. We all see that the Spartans have dominated wolverines over the last decade since the little brother remarked by Mike cart and. It has made this game much bigger in the Jim Harbaugh story than it probably should be deserves to be. Adam as good as Michigan has been. They've still had some struggles. What's it gonna take in your mind for them to get over the top Tamar? Well, a couple of things, I think they have to control the line of scrimmage, and that hasn't been the case often enough for Michigan in the last ten years or so against the dantonio teams you'll mentioned, get state doesn't run the ball well, and I don't have the stat in front of me, but there's an incredible correlation in this particular series guys of the team that runs the ball better in this game winning the game. So you look at Michigan state, Connor Hayward, Craig's three point, eight yards a carry. They don't have a two hundred yard back, which is just stunning to think about. They've obviously had a lot of injuries on their office of line of injuries in the backfield LJ Scott hasn't really been a factor for them. So if Michigan's defensive line, especially if Sean Gary is out, there can control Michigan state's run game, which hasn't been that hard. They're gonna have a really good shot to win and on there. Offense can their offense of line at least keep Michigan state's very good defensive line in check. Try to get the run game going to a degree. You're not gonna run all over this Michigan state team lead the country. I still think in rushing defense, but you can't throw the ball at times on them. So I think it really comes down to shape Patterson and then Michigan defensive line if they're going to win this game because they have some advantages in both those areas. I'll look at this this game in when I look at Michigan scheduled to start the season, you looked at this stretch, at least I did Wisconsin Michigan state Penn State. And you said, boy, can they make it through that stretch unscathed to get to that Ohio State game? Where does mean something all of a sudden here they are, you know, they bashed Wisconsin at home. They go on the road against the Michigan state team is coming off a huge win against Penn State. I think you were getting ready to ask. Is this robbery? This to me is okay. Here you are horrible here. You are wolverines. Best chance they've had really under Harbaugh to be relevant in November by relevant. I mean, have a chance to really be in that playoff and make some noise. Let's see what they've got. Well, I guess wasn't exactly what I was going to ask. And it's, it's obvious that Michigan state has won everywhere. You know, they've won Arbor and east Lansing, but. Adam, how big of role with the fact that this game is at Spartan stadium play? Does that matter? Well, right. It matters in the sense that Michigan hasn't played well outside of the big house last few years under Harbaugh, even this year losing to Notre Dame, not really showing up for the first half of that one. And then against northwestern, they fell behind seventeen and nothing before they rallied. So they haven't really shown up early in these bigger road games. Can they do that against Michigan state which is now playing with this renewed confidence after studying Penn State on the road? So and then you think about what Michigan still has upcoming trip to state on November. Twenty four. I mean, you just you just look at the remaining schedule and if Michigan state wins this game, I think there's a the chances of the big ten east coming down to Michigan. Ohio state is very murky. Whereas if Michigan wins this game, you can almost guarantee because Penn State already has two losses in. The division that the big ten east and probably the big ten championship will come down to the game on November twenty four. So that's how critical this is. But I think for Michigan to take that next step as its program under Harbaugh who's been great at home, they have to win a game like this because if they don't win this game, they're not going to beat Ohio State, and then they're not going to really take that step this season. That's a simple as that, and it's one more year of us discussing how Jim Harbaugh can't beat Michigan state in state. So we're all looking forward to that. Let's shift over to the ACC North Carolina State and Clinton the Wolfpack going into death valley three thirty tomorrow on ESPN. North Carolina State has lost thirteen. In the last fourteen, I believe the Clemson Clemson has won. Well, let's put it this way. I was at the game five years ago when Florida state embarrassed. Clemson in-depth valley fifty one to fourteen that was the game where we all thought Clemson was going to make it statement and Jameis Winston and in the Knowles had their way since that game Clemson seventeen, and one in conference games at home. The only lost being two years ago that incredible Pittsburgh one point victory. With that in mind. And the fact that into stay just never quite seems to step on the big stage when they have the opportunity ceelo I, I just I'm having trouble getting excited about the possibilities of an upset. Yeah. In the script for this this series, the last few years is state has has played them tough at times, but just not been able to find a way to win. But a lot of a lot of scored in this game to you. Go back and look over the last few years that state's been able to put up some points against Clemson. The Wolfpack have her back. That's certainly capable of doing that this year. I'm with you there. I, it's just hard for me to see Clemson with with their talent in that defense the way they've got playmakers on offense, losing this football game. But let's give day door and some credit is he stay. They lost a lot of good players and he's been able to develop players. But you look at their front defensive front in particular, and they've been able to replace guys in coach them up and develop. He probably quietly has been as consistent in doing that. And I'm not talking about places like Ohio, State, Alabama, and you know. You know, they just sort of churn news players out your after year, but those other schools, maybe in that second tier doors, then he's gonna job that is anybody. You know, he's been steady in Raleigh, and I think I was expecting a little more than steady given the way he went into northern Illinois and immediately one there in in giving his background at Wisconsin. Atom. I just thought. When he got into the ACC it was sort of anybody's conference after Florida state and Clinton has has risen. North Carolina State has risen, just not as far and he got them to nine four last year and to see those point only three, returning starters on defense, and they have been better on that side of the ball, and obviously anybody expected at five and but. What's your thought about Dorn and the job he's done in five plus seasons. You know him pretty well. Sure. Yeah, known him since he was that was kansin as recruiting coordinator and the defensive coordinator with Bret bielema. And I think to Christmas point, he's, that's what he's showing this guy can recruit. He's always been able to recruit and you're seeing it in their building to replace those four draft picks all of whom went in the first four rounds back in the spring on the defensive line. Now can't you get that next step? And that's certainly been the question and the relevant question. Ivan throughout Dave Doorns tenure, you know, it's interesting the thing about their last two years. They did not achieve in my view to their talent level, and I think I forget what they went in in sixteen, but but they've had a ten win season. Yeah, they should have had ten win season. Either last year or the year before and they didn't. And so can they put it all together this year? And it really so many ways comes down to this game because they've been so close our colleague Andrea Adelson has a great piece up on the SPN dot com. Just about how while one-sided this series has been close lately, and it's also been weird a lot of emotion. Lot of like almost fights and accusations of dirty plays. And and so I think that's important for door inside because he's the one trying to get over the hump. His team is going to have to keep it's cool. His team is going to have to avoid some of the emotional swings and play with toys if they want to chance to be Clemson on the road because Clemson still, I believe more than two touchdown favor ending sixteen or seventeen point favorite in this game. So everybody expects clubs and based on the talent and the location to win the game. But NC state. I, you guys remember absolutely had the beat two years ago and they miss a short field. Goal lasted as they were winning the game and Clemson rallies for a win. So it's not. Like NC state should be intimidated by this opponent, but can the head coach starting with him, trickling on down, ultimately manage their emotions, make the right decisions and execute to be able to be the team that we all know is more talented. Again that game three thirty on ESPN also at three thirty tomorrow on CBS, Alabama. Number one, Alabama goes to Tennessee. It is the fabled, third, Saturday, and Tober rivalry ceelo your Tennessee grad and. I guess you have to be our age to remember when this revelry captivated both fan bases. It seems like you know because of Tennessee struggles the last decade in Alabama struggles before that it hasn't had quite impact that used to. Tell us a little bit about why this route Orie has meant so much to both sides. Well, you're right. If you're. Sermon. If you're under the age of forty, you don't really look at this game is a robbery because it hasn't been a robbery in a long time. But what does it mean so much? I think you go back to the coaches and the tradition bear Bryant general Neilan gene stallings, coach majors go Fulmer. I mean, so many people that coach nece robbery played at those schools. They played in this robbery. All those all those gentlemen just about mentioned did, and you go back generations of families who who've been going to this game Granddad taking their grandson's dad's taking their sons of this game. And there've been so many great players in games and it's I think it's one of those games in the south. Certainly, if you're our aids you point to and you say it's got its own name. Third Saturday knocked-over even though sometimes it's not playing third Saturday, October this year. That you point to you say that is southern college football and it's Tennessee's responsibility to get back to the point where they make it robbery because it just hasn't been. It really has. And I go back to the first game that Tennessee when they ended the streak. I think Alabama one twelve a row in nineteen eighty two. And there's that famous picture of the Tennessee players are giving John Major's victory right off the field, your own his shoulders, and he's leaning down shaking, bear Bryant's hand on the field. Everybody's seen that picture. Really Connick picture. And then the ninety game when when Tennessee was just absolutely loaded for Bayer had NFL draft picks all over the place in Alabama was not very good that year, and he come into Knoxville, Tennessee lineup to kick field goal to win it. It gets blocked squirts about thirty yards the other way, Alabama recovers and Philip toil kicks a forty seven yard, or they would have been good from sixty seven yards to shock to see. So it's games like that way back that sort define this robbery. Oh, I can. I can go back to that year at the twenty eight game weren't you. It was actually the twenty seven game. I'm pretty sure where Zealand was in his first year at Tennessee in the ass Wallace Wade, the Alabama coach of, you know, maybe they, they could have a running clock in the second half because everybody knew Alabama was going to win the game, and then Tennessee naturally won that game. And and that's when the bad blood started. Bryant was. Just hated Tennessee because when he played it, Alabama, they didn't play Auburn in those days and and he got so emotional about Tennessee that he, he couldn't beat them. You just got to hyped up for him and his entire time at Kentucky. He never beat him. You never beat kneeland in his career, but once he got back to Alabama, there were just incredible. Swings of emotions in games. The sixty six game Tennessee. Mr. chip shot. Field goal at the end of the game to lose eleven to ten seventy three Tennessee, lead ten to three with about three minutes left in the game, and Alabama scored two touchdowns in the final three minutes to win. So it's. There are incredible stories and. It's remarkable that Alabama has won eleven row. Nobody expects Tennessee to win tomorrow with Jeremy Pruitt in his first year there. But. One reason I wanted to talk about this robbery and. At in particular. You didn't grow up with this, but there used to be a show called Leonard's losers when Chris and our growing up in the south, and he would just well, I can't even describe what Leonard would do. So we don't have him talking about Alabama and Tennessee, but we have an excerpt from a nineteen Ninety-two show, and this is what Leonard sounded like clips in versus South Carolina sparky woods, and his Dominic had been laying stronger eggs of late and have ever intention of causing a high pigskin cholesterol count in the big bad felines on Saturday and death valley, but it's doubtful if they can shut down all the authors in this orange pride Lennon's loser in a close one, South Carolina. Now's the original talk nerdy to me. Yeah, letter would always picked the loser, not the winner. And to this day I can call Jean, what would you hausky on the phone? And he'll say Hello and I'll say babe, Stalin's pachyderms will. Land against Phil Fulmer raffle men and gene will lay out laughing. I mean, there's just something that's why I think of Leonard's losers. When I think of third Saturday, October Adam, I'm sure at this point your just your mouth slightly gape at this whole thing. Entertained, I want to hear more. Could we have a person ater or maybe a relative of Leonard comeback by this Jimmy, how to have Percy. Used to say it into the show. That's right. What takes me back. That's great. And for those of us who grew up in south and grew up and again, remember we grew up, we didn't grow up watching football. We grew up listening to it on the radio or. Radio mind, you absolutely. And listening to the Leonard's losers. To sort of preview those games on the radio was a treat and his verbiage, and the way he would come about it and all the different nicknames. He had still Vince Dooley's canines just you look forward to that almost Ivan as much as you look forward to the actual games. Well, I, yeah, and Leonard, there are shows available and excerpts available on the internet. That's where we found that when that that's a show from the late in the ninety two season with a bunch of rivalry games. So if you wanna if you wanna smile, if you grew up in the south or if you just want to. Listen aghast, like the rest of the country might go just. Google Leonard's losers, and you'll find it when we come back, your walk on questions and our extra points. But first guys, here's the problem, sixty six percent of men lose their hair by age thirty five. The thing is by the time you start to notice hair loss. It's too late. It's easier to keep the hair you have to replace the hair. 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Then once is Gus malzahn really on the hot seat and if so, what's driving it? Is it the SEC quote, unquote fire the coach who does not win every week mentality? Is it to auburn's expectations in general, or is it three? The fact that Auburn season simply isn't going as expected in two thousand eighteen. I would say all of the, it'd probably the first one is right on. I think you hit the nail. I think you hit the nail right on the head there at places like Auburn and LSU in Alabama and Georgia. All this quote, unquote upper tier schools in the SEC. They're all expected to win every game every year. They want to be in the playoffs chase every year. And when you give a coach a seven year forty, nine million dollar contract like Auburn gave Gus last year, then to quote, coach saving an air clipped just a minute ago. They're expecting performance and this team has has underachieved. There's serious issues, offense, chemistry. Nobody dissension in the locker room. Yes. I think he is on the hot seat and I know that's crazy. When you look at his vile minder standing is if they were to fire. Gus after this season they would've sixteen million dollars immediately immediately within thirty or sixty days something that affect the rest, which is I think a total about thirty two or thirty three million dollars. And I think there had been discussions. I think there are people around that program who discussed it now, would they pull the trigger. Let them lose ole miss this week, and I think it can really interesting. It's all it's the SEC and I know it. I know it here in those kind of figures. It's it's mind boggling. Think that anybody would pay that kind of cash for a coach, not to coach, but when you look at some of these buyouts across the board and what they're paying coaches and in the buyouts I think we've gotten to a point college football, whether is no figure that's too big. Here's something to remember about this situation. The president presently, Dr leaf is the one negotiated. He's the one that did this contract eighties new and Auburn. So I think if they were to do this and pull the trigger when I say they the powers that be at Auburn, I think the president would probably be out to which now back to the Tel wag the dog and the dog wag the tail. But again, we've seen some crazy things at Auburn over the years. I think at some point unless gusts turns this thing around Auburn, he's going to be eternally on the hot seat and that's just basically life is a head football coach at the university speaking of coaches, you'll go ahead. Just wanted. I thought this was an appropriate time now. Negotiating a forty, nine years. Seven. There you go. Good. Let's remember remember this two guys and Gus is defense. He's one of the few active coaches in college football, and he's, I guess, twice in the last five years who's actually beaten excited. Yeah. Well, that's how he got the contract. Absolutely. Yeah. One of the others is is Hugh freeze, f way, active coaches. I'm gonna. I'm still coaching nab. Oh, I guess dabble urban. Gusts Woody ham probably missing one, but there are not many, no. No, that is true. That was I was thinking that in just a little bit. Adam is this question from another preferred. Walk on Kimball at get high says, let's pretend that the Ohio State University is looking for a new head. Coach come January eighth twenty nineteen. He's Ryan day a shoo-in or has Luke fickle done enough at Cincinnati to undo what he done did in twenty eleven. Yeah, it well, I think to start off with Kimball, I think this is certainly a possibility, and I think it will be a possibility throughout the rest of the season meaning urban Meyer and his future at Ohio State will be discussed. He was asked this week on the big ten coaches teleconference about him, looking distressed at Monday's news conference, and he was processing the Nick post the news. But he said some eight talked about his assist in his head and he's headaches and how to manage the last couple of years and trying to talk to people close to urban. I mean, they say, listen, it's still likelier than fifty percent. He comes back, but it's not like there's a five percent chance that that he's that. He's done this year. There's a, there's a, there's more than that. So this is a relevant discussion, especially in the year when there couldn't be, there may not be very many. If any high profile head coaching changes in college football. So if state does need a new coach in early January, will it be Ryan day? I think Ryan. Certainly has helped his cause significantly since arriving at Ohio State before the twenty seventeen season. His ability to lead the team through an interim role, interim head coaching role this year and his affect on the offense. I really didn't think Ryan would be seen in that in that category as a potential state coach in his first head coaching job. But then Lincoln Riley happened, and I do think the success Lincoln Riley has had as a first time head coach at Oklahoma, also offense guy, also guy that can coach quarterbacks and you've seen the improvement at quarterback at Ohio State this year with Wayne Haskins. I think it could make more sense now than it would before. I'm still always interested guys in what if they open this up to a true search because you guys are both agree, Ohio State is one of the best jobs in the country. There would be a lot of coaches that would be interested in it. I saw one last week in Iowa. I was state who I think would be an interesting fit in Matt Campbell who's an Ohio native, who's done a really nice job. At Iowa State. He mentioned fluke, fickle. I don't see Luke fickle as a strong candidate to be Ohio states next head coach, but we'll see how this season goes and how it plays out the rest of the way. I do think that twenty eleven season as unfair as it is probably would be used against fickle and not creating enough buzz among the fans. Your Mike stoops would be very interesting. March tapes would be very interesting candidate if big if Bob would say no. And certainly Bob stoops would be a name that higher state would at least check to see if he had any interest in coming out of retirement. So if Bob says, no, maybe Mark who's doing a great job at Kentucky would be a candidate, but also they should be some surprise candidates because of just how good of a job. This is. We've had two preferred walk ons far. Let's go three for three closing it out with this question from Michael, Paul Wong at m. p. Wong for you. Ivan, Michael says, can you recall any notable recent cases of significant one season or even midseason turnarounds after terrible starts for coaches in their first years, asking for a couple of friends in Lincoln and Pasadena. Westwood westwood. Three people came to mind. Michael chronologically. The first is Frank beamer who of course went to and nine first year, Virginia Tech and through six years was twenty four forty and one. And then all of a sudden figured it out and turn Virginia Tech into. Into Virginia Tech into team that was good enough to climb into the big east and from the big east to the ACC and play for national championship and and they now have a statue of Frank Famer the other two guys in nineteen ninety gene stallings. Came back to Alabama where he had been an assistant for Bryant twenty five years before. Stallings had been a head coach at Texas AM had had been fired from his alma mater. Comes back down my and loses the first three games and the entire state or at least half of it. As you can imagine panicked. Now, the three losses whereby total of eight points, but nobody cared, Alabama was still, oh, in three from that point. Alabama, went seven and to the rest of the season twenty four and one the next two seasons winning the nineteen Ninety-two national championship. So. That seemed to work out. Okay. And then the other one I thought was Pete Carroll at USC, which I'm sure is near and dear to everyone hard at UCLA. Pete Carroll started out his first year USC in a one one in four, and that team turned around finish the season six and six from then on peak Caroline, ninety five well, from the point that they were one in four. USC went ninety five and fourteen under p Carol winning two national championships. So that worked out pretty well as well. Those are the three guys thought of well done well researched. Keep the questions coming for us next week and all season long. Just make sure you use the hashtag, walk ons getting down on the football field makes you. But getting back up makes you tougher at Goodyear. We call that determination a willingness to put in more hours more reps and more of heart to reach a bar that's sky because the Goodyear blimp doesn't show up for just anybody. So don't be just anybody be blimp worthy Goodyear more driven the extra point. All right extra point. The end of the week, the home stretch the foul two minute drill. Is there another cliche? I can come up with see low. It's a four core game. Thank you. We approached the the second half of the season. It's this is about the time every year where you hear a couple familiar phrases. Number one, they ain't played nobody. I mean, that's every fan base in America talking about everybody, but their school are their conference. You hear that this school has no competition, or they play in a conference where there's nobody else. It's this school and everybody else. I did a little research this week, and if you look at sort of the big four in college football over the last three or four years, I'd put Alabama Clemson, Ohio, State, Oklahoma. Before new four conferences. Pretty interesting numbers, Alabama since the star two thousand fifteen twenty nine into against SEC foes with an average margin of victory of twenty four point eight points Clemson, and that same span against star two thousand fifteen twenty eight and two with an average margin of victory of twenty point three points per game, Ohio State twenty eight and three verse big ten foes with an average margin of victory of twenty six point five points per game and Oklahoma, twenty eight and three against big twelve opponents with an average margin victory of twenty one point eight point. So those four schools all while since the start of two thousand fifteen have one more than ninety percent of their games against conference foes and all four of them have won those games by an average margin of victory of twenty or more points per game. So to say that this team that team or one conference has been. Dominated by one team? I didn't. If you look a little bit closer there, actually been four teams have dominated, and it's probably been by wire gaffe than anybody would ever imagine. That's. Fascinating. Glad you brought that up. Every conference, but the Pac twelve. So we could talk about the petro struggles of weight. We already did that Adam. What do you have covered already covered by the way ceelo? Will you be on Butch Jones security detail this weekend at Neilan stadium? I ask you that. I'll week. No, but I look forward to seeing Butch Jones. How about that? Yeah, I did see him and Tuscaloosa last week and he looked good. Yes, I've seen them in collusive. So really enjoyed the Alex Scarborough piece on the Nick Sabin home for rehabilitating coaches up. Very funny. So my extra point is kind of along along the lines of Christmas talking about it, the second half of the season. This is go time. It's another cliche and teams have to start impressing and one team that we have not seen for a couple of weeks that needs to start doing that is the Oklahoma Sooners and I'm talking about their defense, and it begins this week against TCU on the road. That's a noon kick on ABC and they've made their coordinator changed now getting rid of Mike stoop who I mentioned earlier coaching candidate, and it said putting in Ruffin McNeill in the coordinator role. I think it's critical guys that they play well defensively against TCU. This is a team that's been struggling. You saw what Texas Tech did to them a couple of Thursday's ago. This is not an overwhelming. Ask for the Oklahoma defense under new leadership to show that, hey, this is going to be different. We're going to play better because I even think if they win guys and it's a shootout type win, that's not going to impress the committee. And I know that they still have the ability to get to the big twelve championship, and they have some opportunities, especially November twenty third at West Virginia to impress the committee. But I think it's gonna be a lot tougher to get in even as a one loss, big, ten champion if they don't show significant progress on defense. And that's why a game like TCU followed up by Kansas state and then even more so a game at Texas Tech on November. Third, it's Xs. Tech's offense is back up and running is going to be very, very important for that defense to show that it is worthy of a spot in the top four, if they're able to to win out. Yeah, I'm glad you brought that game up. We probably. I regret. We didn't talk about it more today, so I'm really glad you brought it up and it also dovetails nicely with my extra point. Hall of fame birthday I wanted to highlight today tomorrow. LeRoy Selmon celebrates birthday, ROY. Selmon was the youngest of the three all American defensive lineman, brothers who played for Oklahoma in the early seventies and he won both the outland and Lombardi trophy in nineteen seventy five. His senior year berry Switzer his college coach obviously called him the best defensive lineman in Oklahoma history and the story that's Witcher relates in his autobiography that on the first day of Boll practice in nineteen seventy five, Oklahoma, defending national champion had not played well coming down the stretch. They had lost three touchdowns to Kansas. They struggled to beat Nebraska. Got a Orange Bowl bid to play Michigan. They go down to Miami. Emme and on the first day of practice. Switzer put his first team defense on the field against his first team offense just to let them know that this was a business trip and LeRoy Selmon picked up Joe Washington, the all American running back. And now college football hall of Famer picked him up and body slammed into the ground. Switzer was standing with somebody and he looked at him and said. Nobody knows these Celmins better than we do and we can't block them either. That's how good Lee ROY Selmon was his brother's of course, Lucious and Dewey LeRoy. The youngest of three celebrates birthday tomorrow. We all get to celebrate a college football Saturday tomorrow, the third Saturday and Tober hope you enjoyed it until Monday. Thanks everybody for downloading ceelo. Adam, thanks for being here, Josh for producing, you know, over to you again. You for listening to campus conversation. You can listen and subscribe to all ESPN podcast. 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Ep. 334 - Global Spa Association

Trent365

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 334 - Global Spa Association

"Yeah. Three hundred thirty four of sixty five is Wednesday. The thirty first of all Tober. Spire associations there, essentially, the Representative body for the industry right now. I write an article on this this week on my thoughts of the state of the nation of the spire associations as I see them around the world. So on the podcast last week on the inside the spa business show. And as part of that discussion what I propose what suggested was this idea of global Spar sociation. And what I mean by that is essentially we get all of the Spar sociation around the world at a national or state or regional level. Everybody contributes all of their resources, they've benchmarks their research KPI's, they guidelines whatever they've got. They will go into the pool of resources all those associations pay a fee to be a member of the global spire association. And then if the board of the spy. Association then decides that your particular KPI, you'll benchmark or your research, whatever you've got an contributed if they can see that that is part of the global best practices. If you like then that becomes a global Spar association standard and use the association that contributed get a fee for that you basically get paid for contributing your you'll resource. So what that does is an able the people that are contributing the most to to get some money back to basically get reimbursed for their effort. It also allows the people that don't have that much resource in that much contribution to still benefit from. They just have to pay a little bit for it. And in the end everybody across the globe gets access to essentially global best practices for the spa industry. I reckon it's actually work. What do you think? Let me know. That's it for today. I will be back again tomorrow. The yeah. The podcast. You just heard was published with anchor got something you want to say to the creator of this show. Send them voice message using the anchor app free for IOS, an Android.

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JUMP 102: Oktoberfest Traditions and Insider Tips with Anja Wilbert

The Budget Minded Traveler

1:01:03 hr | 2 years ago

JUMP 102: Oktoberfest Traditions and Insider Tips with Anja Wilbert

"Welcome to jump podcast, formerly known as the budget minded traveler, I'm your host, traveling Jackie. And I'm here to explore travel adventure lifestyle in ways meant to motivate you to move and get out and see the world let this show via source of travel advice and inspiration. But remember that in the end, it's you takes the leap. Hey, guys. Welcome back to jump. This is episode one zero two and today, I'm inviting my dear friend Anja to join me in talking about one of my favorite subjects beer on your Bavarian, which naturally makes her an expert in the subject and ever since I met her have been wanting to have this conversation with her in front of you. Actually, I originally wanted to share the eighteen different rules or guidelines for drinking beer that she began sharing with me when we first met. But then I went and visited her a few times in Munich including recently for fast. And so this conversation has become twofold and also to episodes. So in today's episode or talking about everything October fest from history to traditions to advice and tips for how to do it yourself. And then in the next episode will get into those. Those Bavarian guidelines for how to properly drink beer now. With the recent podcast change, I'm sort of slowly figuring things out as I go. You've probably noticed. So first of all, I love to know what you think of the new music for the intro. Honestly, you are the ones who listen to the show. So I want to make sure it's pleasing to your ears. So feel free to reach out to me on Instagram at traveling Jackie and let me know also as far as show notes go they don't really exist anymore because in my efforts to streamline the production of this show and make it easier on myself, I decided to stop creating a single post for every single episode. So you can find the list of episodes and anything important that I do decide to share for that episode at and pay attention because this is different travelling, Jackie dot com slash podcast. So. If I mentioned any sort of show notes going forward, it's always going to be on this page. This also means that if you were counting on the blog posts to prompt you when there was a new episode that will no longer happen. So you just need to subscribe via your favorite podcast player. I'm on apple podcasts. Google play Stitcher. Tune in iheartradio Spotify. And there are a ton out there ton other ones out there. So just make sure that you're subscribed to the podcast to the show and the episodes will update auto magically one more thing before we get started. I just got back from leading another incredible group trip to Patagonia. There were fourteen of us, and we spent ten days trekking in Chile Argentina. It was truly an amazing group. Shout out to all of you who were there. And if you are interested in traveling with me checkout, traveling Jackie dot com slash trips. And make sure you're subscribed to get important updates right now. There are still spots. Available on my next women's adventure retreat in Ecuador. So ladies don't miss that. Especially if you're into being bold and taking leaps in your life. You can check that out at traveling Jackie dot com slash Ecuador. These trips are just magic. And I hope that I get to me you someday on one of them. All right. If you are not currently driving running on a treadmill or in a place at work where you will be judged for it. Then I invite you to grab a beer with us to get into the October fest spirit. Also, just a little disclaimer I get really excited about October fest. So please forgive me an advance for my enthusiasm. Let's say to share absolutely everything I know about it. All right beers in hands. Let's do this. So you guys might remember me telling a little story about how I met a couple of people down in Patagonia last Christmas in ninety three. I had cost us on to talk about sailing. And when I met him he was with a German woman who when they came up and sat down at my table in this little chocolate shop in the tiny tiny town called Elton in a corner of pedagogy in Argentina cost us, and I both sat down with chocolate and hot chocolate and Anya, walks in with a beer and immediately. I thought I like this girl, I need to get to know this person. And that was when I sort of was eavesdropping on their conversation and figured out that they were planning to travel in the direction that I had just come from. And so I and we basically started talking and now. I have onions on my podcast like come full circle because we've had cost us. And now we have on you because they're both such interesting people. And today, we get to talk about October fest and drinking beer in Germany's so Anya. Welcome to my podcast. Hi nice meeting. You again. To be here. Yeah. It's so cool because we that was Christmas last year, and we have seen each other twice since then in Munich. I've actually gone three times actually was at three three times. You're right. Yeah. We had a bonus lunch that one day when I was passing through. That's right. It's a testimony to the quality of the people that you meet on the road. I think because you and I have become such good friends since that day. And I'm so grateful that you decided to sit down at my table that day in the coffee in the chocolate shop in Argentina. And I'm also grateful that today we get to talk about beer. So thank you for being here. I'm super excited to talk about this because it's one of my favorite things October fest just happened in Germany October fest is in Munich, by the way, if you guys don't know the real October fest happens in Munich, even. Oh, they have celebrations really all over the world for it. But Anya is from Munich. And so I think that that automatically makes you an expert on both October fest and beer. So that's what we're gonna talk about today. And one of the things that this is this was the immediate. When we were when we were down, actually in Patagonia. I remember you teaching me some rules about how to drink beer properly in Germany, and then you told me that there are eighteen rules for drinking beer in Germany is that right? I was just advised by cover fee, but you'll three right that even more than that. But I wouldn't. I wouldn't call them Ruth anymore. Because I I've been advised by couple of which I've been talking to tallying about these recommendations. They started talking to me and off me my heel, so German. Why do you always talk about roots these roots and said, no these note rules, actually because not kept me thinking, and I just put them as roads. But but actually these more or less recommendations how to do it best and is. Best keep that you'd be clued. And and also how to keep the respect of the one who who you do say chess with just a recommendation, how to do it better for you. And for the U amazing. Let me not put it like Ruth. It's okay. How to do it best on the best outcome? Love it recommendations for beer, according to Germans, this'll be awesome. So we're going to talk about that. And actually the variance because that also tilt I defend can have the largest. And you care deeply about them. You definitely care more about them. I think the maybe the rest of Germany the fake. He you heard it here. First guys. Before we get started. I want to invite our listeners to grab a beer with us. Because you, and I are definitely both drinking absolute. What? What are you? What are you drinking right now? I'm actually I'm a big fan of Pismo. Okay. That's what I'm having which one from where? I'm currently having one which is a very very small brewery. But a love it. It's very strong taste, and it's cold Lum's poi- by okay? I am drinking. Actually a beer from New England. It's a coffee porter because it's one thirty in the afternoon here. And so I figured it was okay to still have coffee in my beer at this time and its by frost beer, works in Heinsburg, V T. So I got that when I was in Vermont this summer, so cheers and cheers jeopardy. Listening in case you were able to grab a beer in that short time. And okay, so beyond beyond the guidelines beyond the recommendations for how best to drink your beer, according to various, we're also going to talk about our recent experience at October fest and some of the traditions that go that surround October fest and beer gardens and all the fun things that I I'm so impressed with the never ending ear, Leica. You're like a Wikipedia when it comes to be like, you have so many fun facts to share about I feel like you chime in with them all the time about just. The traditions in the way, things were and should be. I love it. So we're going to just have fun with it and get into all of that today. I just love it so much myself. I think it's what brought us together in the first place. We actually maybe also mentioned what the Oktoberfest actually is wet comes from. And when it is. And why it is cold Oktoberfest? Absolutely. Go ahead. Oh. Oh. I figured that question. Want me? Do you want me to tell you what I think, and then you can correct? Yeah. Okay. Because I I'm kind of obsessed with Oktoberfest. And so I actually know quite a lot about it. And I going there with you was my fifth time in the last ten years actually being October. And so here, here's what I know that it originally started as a horse race to celebrate the wedding of was it Princess Teresa. Yes, she was very recess Terance Vic. Okay. And so to celebrate their wedding. They had a big horse race. And the the locals loved it so much that they demanded that it become an annual event. And so activists actually started out as a horse race. And then it wasn't until nineteen sixty that beer was introduced and now today, it sees like six or seven million people from all over the world that travel new Munich to celebrate and the grounds where. It is held in Munich are called today's today's in visa, which means reece's meadow, basically the meadows of Theresa's meadow. And because that's where it originally was. And so it got it's actually named after her and it wasn't October. And they moved it. So it lasts for two weeks. It starts on a Saturday and ends on the first Sunday in October. So it's goes spans two weeks and three weekends. And they moved it up because of weather actually, that's why it starts in September. Now. You're amazing. Almost nothing nothing. Well, about the beer's actually the half to. So there are only here. I'll continue I'll give you a little bit more. And then you can correct or add whatever you'd like. Okay. Okay. So the beers that are part of October actually very specific their brewed four October fest specifically, and they are only brewed by breweries that are within the city limits of Munich, and so they're only a a handful of them that are actually allowed to brew beers for October fest, and they all have to be at least six percent or higher. And so these are strong strong beers that they are pouring, and they are served in a mass or what we call Stein's in English, and the only come in basically to you can only order, basically, two kinds, you can get the I mean, you can order a beer or you can order Radler, which is cut with lemonade. And then each of these breweries that are able to produce these beers for tower fests have their own what we call tents, which really our buildings in the October fest itself, which sort of feels like a really amazing state fair for adults with beer. Definitely the most drunk area in the entire world during that time out the Lutely, absolutely, okay. Go ahead. I'll turn it over to you, and you can fix it or add to it. None days nothing to fix. So actually. One thing would very much like to add is the marriage happened in eighteen ten so we all over two hundred years. Yeah. Ready having the fest, but it didn't happen because of wool any other things. It didn't happen to us. It just got to be an annual thing over the last decayed AMT within the last century. And so in two thousand and ten off two hundred years it was a little extended. And we also additionally got stay an oil division. That's a Bavarian Thome on it. And which is actually the historic part of the Oktoberfest where also the old roller scored rollercoasters the old way of serving foods, and cooking foods, and sells a defend defend music and the tencent did it come. As also why you go then only the families or the ones which really absolutely enter tradition would definitely like to go to the oil vs in which is the story October fest part, and it's a separate part. But now it became an annual thing. So we have it. Now day addition every so this is special about the trauma festival because it is about tradition. It's not about. Getting the people drunk and getting exam people over every year. It's definitely about keeping the. Heritage and the the tradition up and high and giving the ground to be at because it's it's about music. It's about the traditional closing. It's about it's also the breweries. It's about so many things and not only about party drinking. Oh, yeah. Once one third of the Tova fest, these tents which can fill up to I think, I might be wrong. Have I think I shouldn't say on that because I'm not hungry essential. But give me a second the second and thousand thousands of people Ville into one tent definitely that big ones small ones. So yes, like, you said all the big breweries which have that basis in Munich allowance to be the one southern beyond the tempest, and I could name them which is Tina Cup Shaw. We'll play pelota inch Baden they send the ones who deuce of be on the Oktoberfest. Actually what you should drink there. You shouldn't go for wine, professional pain, or whatever. But rose eight champagne, what's. What are you talking to? But it's also surf, but these tents you get that stuff a different. But in just recently, also, the big tents open up areas bar is full percent wine and just Ming around because most complicated thing on fest is being able to get into the tents. As only one fetch approximately of the ten which is open full, everyone in all the other table. It's actually to be reserved upfront and the reservation am or the starts in February next you full next year. So more than huffy prior to the Oktoberfest, and it's very hard to get a table, by the way, because normally you come into nother droid, but you have to apply for a tape at you. Get one shitty tables on you have to keep it for a couple of years and come back on the renew your reservation and was not and also with tone around reproducing the table you've kind of validate so this is old inefficient. But you kind of validate yourself to get about to take the next year. They have to be into the system on being a number. Nia elite there without they approach to offer you table and able to re book, it's. Things. Yeah. So the most complicated to sing is getting a really nice table being able to sit down because only when you sit you're able to order be by the waitress. That's not true though, because you can order when you're standing like in the middle of the tents that from the servers that come around. I mean, that's how you do it. That's how you do it. But if it super crowded they won't so few how let's hit. It's like, well you can but it's super hard. When you're in the middle standing with all the people. And so it's better if you get a if you want to eat, it's better if you sit down at a table, oh if you just pretend to belong to attain than. Also, the reservations at a the reservations don't start till like three PM, right? After time friends. Okay. Okay. Okay. I think it depends on the tent to. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. So some of the tens have full of some of the tents have free reservations per day normally the lunchtime the often and the evening, but some of them have also full I remember because in the hoffbrau tent, which is the. It. It's definitely the most popular one for English. Speaking tourists at Tober fests, I think and not one the tables that are around it. You can you can sit out until about three pm. And then you get kicked out like everyone gets cleared out for for reservations. But if you're in the middle in the standing section, you don't get kicked out at all like, especially wholeness Joan to has standing area. Okay. The don't. Okay. Then that makes sense. Yeah. Oh, it's so complicated. But you know, what I think that the reservation thing is is very very good because it allows for Bavarian companies and families to kind of hold their stake. Like, they're the ones who know how it works, and who are going to be there year after year who can say, this is my oh, I just remembered a word you taught me, oh, it was not stint. That's that's your right? What's the one? Oh, shoot. I forgot it actually the one. That's like this is your table. The you're you're you're always table. You know, you're t Tommy about that when we went to dump to stem Tisch, right? So you can like protect your stem to. If your Bavarian you can your company can always have your company parties each year. I know that's big for for, you know, German companies. And so I feel like it's good that they have this reservation system, that's kind of complicated because that means that the world can't take over their traditional place. You know, the world can go in when they're allowed and where they're allowed. And I think that that is good something sense. Yes. It's kind of a tradition again. Yeah. Absolutely. Because that's what that's what matters I've spent most of my time at October fest in the hoffbrau tent because I also find it the most fun mostly because I can talk to everybody. 'cause 'cause you know, a lot of the other tents are full of Germans, which is great. But they're all speaking German with each other. And I mean, it's a little bit harder to kind of get into it with everybody, and in hoffbrau, it's like, they expect you if you're an English speaking tourists, and it's it's an amazing place. It really. Is I've had such incredible experiences in well, add up to profess in general, but I would say especially in that in those tents because that's it's really really mixed from all over the world. And you just meet people from every from everywhere and every single day that you go to actor fess. It's different because it depends on the people that you meet, and you're gonna meet people every time, and that's what it's about to me is the interactions and meeting people and being able to speak all these different languages with people and cheers with so many people from around the world. It's it's such a community thing. And yes, it centered around beer, but it's not just about the beer. You know, it's I think it's like a a human interaction, and it is a beautiful thing. And yes, an upset advantage still about coming together with people you haven't met yet. Snow you keep meeting shreds the entire year. And you're like anyone who spent a good time with and also sharing you'll you'll space. Place table and you'll tell him with the good ones and the new ones. So it's both is about everything you can you can definitely go on the Oktoberfest by yourself. Oh, yeah. Have never amount because you will always be able to go somewhere. And this is actually the easiest way to go in the Oktoberfest. I would never do it. But I so be because me I'm not a single person going somewhere by myself, but I like going that with a friend flake something and then with with two people, you always get in its I mean, yes, it can be getting rid of complicated at the door is because they closing the doors down if they tens out crowded, which is for good reason because otherwise it's getting really a little bit bumpy. But in general, I mean, I just looked it up, by the way, we have fourteen tents. So that a good variety of choice way. You can go to each tense actually has its own atmosphere completely in incomparable to each other. Like, you just mentioned the one you prefer is so different to shoot said flake. Sump it is about shooting and also tradition and. The fund which is the most in visual way, the most lightweight tend to full of them. But it's also the biggest one and the biggest one it holds eight thousand four hundred fifty people two thousand four hundred fifty outside so attend always has an area and out to area and just recently over the last couple of years they also installed. These heating thing is outside of the tape. It's to make the people being able to stay outside. What it's even getting colds, which brings me to another point. I wanted to catch up with why they was moved from October to September. Yes. True. Very very important point two points. Because one of us young was still going to school, obviously, it was going to trauma fest. But I remember walking through snow. I wasn't September. So we did have snow in September. This never ever happens. Again. I owned remember two times we had its and I'm definitely going to the trouble since more than two years. And. It can get chilly, especially at nights. But it mustn't this year, for example. It was one of the wool Messrs we've ever had with most sunshine. Absolutely lovely and pleasant, but they have installed these hating systems outside for the flakes. He very very big L. Toby gutten is flakes on with free thousand and twenty two seats for the whole quartet. Yes. He it's it's around it's close to eight thousand nine or ten thousand people which one ten can take and their teen and full content. So and you how whole outside. I know we only yes, there's only about ten snow. Exactly. I like three hundred thousand people at any given time at Tober fetes. That's might not even be enough. I don't know, man. It's so crazy and these only the BIC pens. They also the small tense right to this one that we went into. Last thing about how to know when is the Oktoberfest it super easy, and you should definitely know it. So like, you already mentioned the Oktoberfest fans two weeks and has starts at Saturday ends at Sunday. True. But not always only in unity day is on a. Then it goes eight Monday. See, I'm so, I know I know this stuff did you tell you count. So Oktoberfest always has won at least an maximum one. So there's always one Sunday Notova numbness. So look up the first Sunday in October and countback three Sundays. And then you know, when the total has starts the Saturday before that Sunday. In september. So always freebie comes only one Sunday in October. If the unity day, oh, the union of Germany is off to for Sunday. If it's on the first Sunday than it ends on Monday, the flicks on but the Oklahoma I can be Sunday. Then it lost at least until the third of Cobham. If they first Sunday is the six, oh, actually like this year. The seventh of toba was our first Sunday lost unto the seventh even the unit today, which is certified was prior to that. So it always lost unto the first Sunday in October. All if the unit today comes off that unto them. Yes. Yes. That's what it is. Okay. Awesome. What about the let's talk about the traditional dress? Because I also I don't I don't think people consider later Hosan the whole thing. But the later Hosan is actually only what the men wear the women were durables which are the dresses. So let's talk about those for a minute because of other so much. We could talk about about malicious touch on it real quick. Catching tell us to pay a Diller always comes with an apron. If there's no you incomplete. So always make sure you have difference. I. Seconds delinked than length of union. Like, I said we really to we Bavarians really value tradition and their agenda, which a sold it full kind of at these things these doughnuts. I mean. Why? Leave it with that. Why seriously? But the length of Adinda has a meaning if he'll young CHAI you can wear showed one fine. If you a woman where Dando which is longer than unique never show unique. You don't do it footstep? Great. So the dinner must be than you need. But they're two lengths length with one is just just below the knee and the other one goes down to you angle, and the older you all the longer you're under shitty. The really traditional ones longer ones. So which brings me to the other points. This is telling something about yet age, and you state status states status thing. Yep. Yep. And the other states is we want to talk about this way. Do you wear the not of apron where do you tie your apron? Yes. Which do you put your bow on? Which is which is definitely telling a story. So if if you see someone who tied the boat in the back, it could definitely be tersest. But it could also on this demeaning of it. Actually, it is waitress that she doesn't want to get in. Trouble is been the apron on the bowl in all these things that she has many things to carry. So it should be out of her way. All video all. An only vittos and L you put it there for little Teheran. Because otherwise, they just opened. Onate it's video away. K if you see Bo in middle so in the front around belly button. This is what's not good should never do it. A bull belongs to your left to your right site. Never in the middle unless you video overdress. So put your Bill on your heart sites on your left side. So if if it puts the heart set, I I actually saying you heart side, not your left sign that means your heart is free. So we thought you stating I'm not taken. I'm not in a relationship. I'm. Yes. Exactly single ready to mingle. Hey, we come to the Oktoberfest if you put if you put it on your right side than that means because Germany normally that's not the reason. But also we normally used to America train on a right side, the boat on the right sites. Late heart is not this nominee tells you hotel. Oh, toads everybody else. I'm in a relationship. And I'm not ready to Mingo not for all the reasons. Length a. The way put. Yeah. And you're Boesch should be tied small small bo-. Not all not a big. Yes. We we did it may many women around. Time small niche. Any bites off? Yes, I it's the one that I forget watch side to put it on Venice, what's ethnic, but some Lovin it I had and also you should definitely get one or the other. I mean, if you're male or female, you should definitely get a late later hose in or if you're going to go to profess it's part of it. It's so much fun. And I so I have one and I got it years ago at the CNA in downtown Munich, which CNA is like sort of like it's sort of like an agent like it's just like a department store, and they had so many really they had a a really huge selection to choose from. And they're not so expensive. I think that mine was probably about sixty euros altogether. And then the the the later hose in is a bit more because it includes a bit more fabric in shirts. You know, there's more material there. So those are more like eighty and those are the cheap ones because the real ones are like you're not gonna spend less than two hundred euros on a real on a real one big. But still I mean when I put mine on Anya, it was it was the right length just below. It was below my knee like it. And it was fine. It's I like mine, and you seem to like it too. Right. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. So it works, and it's super fun. I mean, I were I've worn my now, I think four different times October fest in Munich, and it's it's I love it. It makes me feel pretty I love wearing. And I it's so fun to be part of that part of that edition. It's so good to why didn't it because you fe- Sofiane is amazing. Actually it also supports the the ladies. Because none of the thing is because it has to be light you by one go for size way, today's smaller than you normal size. It sounds way. But it should be. So light pulling up the the simple put in during the nuts. But normally real traditional has not Scipione. Definitely not. But it should be tight. But it only goes so tight end tight ends above your belly button and everything else beneath seeing them but beneath the end of April ribs. Yeah. Noda don't even got. Right. Everything is lose white. Yeah. Which human need. Yeah. It's so great. It really is. I have some pictures I could share from tower fests. But yeah, I definitely recommend getting into it. If you're gonna go stop at CNA and grab a later hosmer Dern before you before you head there. I need it because we are not only female business on this. Right. Yes. Let me just say who worries about for the men and the leader in it wasn't. Yes. Very important. But also, we have something that links links like the thing is. The thing is about length is always coming along with the sucks. If you wasn't goes older unique. So below you nee- you were long socks soup along sauce. You don't see you lack? If little is actually shorter than you need. It's above it. You have shoop short socks, John. Just right at the end of foot and also a Luther so they a piece of sock which is actually only around yo Cavs calves that. Didn't you? Yeah. We will save out aloof. That's right. But you only were these loofah undershorts hugs with a little shorter than unique. And does the last matter of for your status as a man uptaking not by? No. But is important to have divide soaks wasn't if you keep stuff be goat Leta, which is nominating from local regional and coll- heck dries on at if you wanna go for the good stuff. So that the one you gets between hundred fifty antone with yours. The glue wins data they start at four hundred seven hundred real good ones far beyond. Way off on the price. But these I might not be able to say the English y for that. What are these these animals living in the mountains chamois, the chamois and also amount of mountain goats? Yes. Bighorn sheep. Yes. Okay. Well, so I think big horn Bighorn she expecting like with the round horns. They d- skin and actually the best. You can get Diaz can. But this is the most high priced one. But it's extremely terrible keeps its shape because later wasn't normally buy one, and you keep it for your entire life. It's normally in hard one from the grandpa, and it tells the story of grandpa. Because they never get washed. So gross. A brush I am looking at my I've been looking at my 'cause I didn't wash my Darren dole after after October fest, and we had three nights there three days, whatever nights there, and it is the most stained it has ever been, and I have also never washed it, and I need to wash it. Now. It's time. Well, it definitely tells a story this is this is also by one dindo Cup of aprons. Yeah. Also if runs abras turquoise, though, I love it. It's like my favorite WalMart. It's so pretty love it. It was turquoise. Now, it's the color of turquoise N beer. And the story to tell. So you want to know something about drinking recommendations, right? Can you fit short? Yes. But but but let's hold on. Let's continue talking about Tober fuss. And I might even split these into two episodes because we have there. We're not finished with Tober fest yet. And I definitely want to make sure we finished with this. So maybe we'll do the German beer recommendations as a bonus or as a as a separate episode. Okay. So let's finish talking about some of the logistics of October fest. Yeah. Help apple out if they're going for the first time with sort of updated information because I know I talked about this way back in like episode fourteen. But it's that was I don't even know about a longtime ago years ago. So just in case things have changed. But basically what I would say is if you here are just some quick tips for for Munich and October fest. I'm first of all if you're going to Munich for just the day, for example. I actually the first time I ever went to Munich for Tober fest was I came in on a morning train from Innsbruck, and I left on a night train to Berlin. And so I literally was only there for the day. You can lock your luggage in the train station in Munich. There are lots of lockers there, lots of lockers. So you can and they're big so they can fit your luggage. So remember that? October fest. You can actually walk there. It's like a fifteen minute walk maybe from the train station or you can take the U or a bus or anything. There's plenty of places. The stop is today's NBA. It's pretty easy. Actually, there are a couple that you could do. But that's the easy. One is the one what van panda who all tilles in visa? Yes same distance, and they have they just hit different points of of that actually these free agents it is free to go in to fest. And there are also a couple of luggage checks right outside of October fest as well, but they do close at like midnight. And so just be aware of that. Whereas the lockers at the train station, you can access anytime you need them. If you check your bag in with a person just be aware that those do close at a specific time and you'll have to get your stuff the next day. But so it is free to get in you. It's you can go for free to Tober fest. Just anything that you do or consume is going to cost money. So there are rides there. There's a famous ferris wheel there's a roller coaster that has five loops celebrating when Munich held the Olympics. There's an Olympic rollercoaster and they're like fair games like shooting and like target shooting. And there's lots of things. And there's food stands everywhere sausage. Pretzels potatoes. Lots of typical foods, so you can go with an appetite, and you can just eat all night long. It's amazing food and then getting into the tent so optimists opens at by ten AM each day. Yes. And the tense will open at that time. And if you go at that time, you're pretty much guaranteed to get in a because it's so early in a very are working there at work. If you go at night, that's when it's harder to get into the tents. And so and also if it's bad weather, it'll be harder to get into the tenth because everyone will want to be inside. So keep that in mind when you're there. What else can we share? There are medical tents in case. Something goes wrong. Oh, I have a really good at police. Also. Yes, I've I really really good tip for going to so many people while they're traveling your phones, don't work. You know, if you don't have an international. The plan or an international sim card or whatever then you don't have service on your phone there. There is no wifi at Octo professed. So when you walk in if you are with the group, I recommend highly highly recommend that you choose a meeting point in case anyone should decide who get lost. An I think I've shared this before because I think it such 'cause I've used this. We've had to use this backup plan before. And it worked like a charm when we lost people. And so when as soon as you walk in while everyone is still clear of mind, choose a meeting point. And if someone gets lost to the point of you haven't seen them in you cannot meet up you can't figure it out go to your meeting point to reunite with your group that would have come in very handy. One of the years before I figured this out. So. Yeah. Keep track of your people. Be smart. You know, those beers are very strong eat food while you drink just take care of yourself. Yes. Definitely the meeting points on of the big things you which easily to remember very very easy to see because they told told things just use these things only one third of the toba says is the tens the other two-thirds actually, oh these roller coasters, and these way can buy something to each foot something she was something this is actually two-thirds normally people only thinking about the bare. But this is only part so fun. So what I want to mention is. We don't say topa fest hail so hit in Munich. We we also do a bit. But we normally save Eason which actually comes from what you already mentioned the. Titties visa, so we quoted these because that's the Varian way of saying visa, we say, that's we go to the vision. Yes. I've definitely heard that a lot. I just feel like it's in this case will will consider it October fest for everybody listening. I all I also noticed that when you call it you call it the Tober fest, and we call it just October fest. But it's just a matter of going. It's all the only one real. Okay. So I wanna tell our story from this year because it was so random I can't believe that it is possible to go into the October fest and not have a sip of beer, but I will tell you now is possible. And we did it one of the nights that that we were just there recently the implant, no, it absolutely was not planned, but we were having a hard time getting into the tents because it was already evening and the tents work completely full. And so we decided to try we'll go by. Yeah. Four earls. Yes. This is true. You and me and two girls from Poland. And I'm yes. Yeah. And living in Hamburg. Yep. So we decided to go to a smaller one of the smaller tents, which it's so weird to call them tents because it's really looked like a Chevrolet like a wooden. Chalet like building. And so we walk in. We get in actually 'cause they weren't going to let us in and it was super crowded, but we somehow got in and we found the bar and I walked up to the bar with one of the other girls. And I I was so proud of myself because I ordered in German, I spoke to the guy in German. I mean, I've been in Germany for like ten days at this point, and I can get by German. And so I asked for four beers. I mean, it's so easy to say that right? And he looks at me and he says inning. We don't have beer here. This is a bar, and I'm like ok does not compute like error air. This is exactly what he said. We don't have beer. This is a bar. I'm like what? What madness are you speaking right now, what is happening, and he says where are you from and I say from the United States, and and this is I think it was. I don't remember which one was with me. And you know, she was from Poland. It was on even with me. And he just looks at us. And he goes, I know where I can get beer for you. Or what something he said? I can get beer beer for you. Hold on or like, follow me, or whatever. And we're like what is happening like it was just so strange that all they had was liquor at this bar at Tober fest. And he invites us back all four of us behind the gate. So there's like a gate like a service gate behind in. Okay. We're inside this bar, and there's a gate and this gate leads to behind the bar, essentially. And there was one table there. One VIP table behind this swinging gate at this bar, and he invited all four of us back there and proceeds to open a magnum of pink, champagne and pours us. Champagne into glasses with ice in them, which I also thought was strange, and we're just looking at each other. Like, what is like where are we what's happening, and we're all laughing and smiling because it's so so out there that we're about to drink champagne at Tober fest. And all of us are like, where's the beer? You know, there wasn't any turns out that this guy was is the owner of a luxury resort in Austria. And this was his bar. And the next thing we know there are plates of like sausages. And I don't even know what plates food just vein what? Yeah. Duck breast. They're all coming in and just bottle after bottle of massive Rosa champagne, and we and there were other people at the table as well. We had just been like invited into the party. It was so random it was just out there to me. I just couldn't believe that we were add up to profess drinking pink down thing. I think it was five o'clock in the evening when we went there, and we left. I don't know we closed down. Well, when it closed at twelve right? And so I think we left probably possible was probably right. Yes. We ended up there the whole night. I did not drink an ounce of beer. All night at October fest by count, even or water. No, I I drink water. I did drink water. I was a good girl. And then we went outside and found the biggest plate of potatoes that we could find. You had my soul's on your. Yes. And that's what you do. That's what you do out of tub. Professed you'd you'd bring Hugh Villier face. Yes. Fill your face with potatoes. But I just wanted to show that because it was so different. It was so different every single time that I've been to it's been so unique and so much fun. And makes me feel so grateful to be part of it. Because you meet such interesting people and. You never know. You can never expect anything you never know what you're going to get off Tober fest because sometimes you get a magnum of pink champagne. The definite ran moments. Onate a few tens which would surf that's the conned gutted in every tent, but yeah, the small ones get down to the vine Ted or the cafeteria or they marched smashed attend is when they ask for the alike serving champagne as well. But stat tend we went to is definitely one of my personal favorite ones. And it is because it has such a lovely Beck yard, which actually is a beer garden with a tremendous absolutely Superfund bar as good music. Yeah. I just love it. The only good time think it's easier to get these because they are they fill up quickly as well. Right. They're smaller Philip faster, actually, and I would very much like to add one more thing, which is important to know when you go to trouble because you mentioned too stole your stuff in these locker rooms, they have changed how to catch on the Trump effect over the last two years now because there's a lot of security it wasn't like three years ago. But it has just increased has a whole around the entire thing on you can't get in. So the only access points entry points. They will check your bags and no back bega than a hand. Bac is announced that don't bring any backpack because they will stop you an Oscar to steal your stuff. You won't be able to bring it. If you have things for change in close fa- changing take care of it. I. And then go in the that's really good advice. I didn't know that. And yeah, obviously, no be no don't bring Drake spent snow nicks. No, nothing. No drinks. No glass. No spice very much similar to. They check in full Ellen's anything you shouldn't bring on a plane. Don't bring it to the of his there you go. It's a good way to put it. Well, are we done anything else that we absolutely must mention? Maybe timeframes timeframe is because. Everyday. It starts ten like mentioned. Alright even been the tense are serving the loss at ten at night. Ten pm. You can stay inside of the tens onto ten thirty. I'm done by stock fairing. This is when you meet the grumpiness of the way of. And so you have to be out around ten, but the good thing is so these fourteen tents close down, but then you can still have unto eleven little parts eleven a little fun as while on the trouble with the with this other two thirds of the profits with all day out roller coasters at. Yeah. What you definitely a may be looking full like food. Exactly. And try your luck shooting big cows at whatever down these little shooting boosts zone so much fun. Just they're just games also people. They're just games. Won't go on long court positiveness something like this on. But. To tenants which open a little these are the ones I mentioned before ready, which also serving notes on not only focused on having which is the KFI tents and the vine, Ted, no with a wine wine tent. Yes. Yes. They a serving massive buckets of pain by nine fifty nita's and free few cleanflicks moment. But they open onto one o'clock. You guys just got some mega insider tip right there. I am surprised. You said that Anya. I did not think that you were going to share that. Yeah. There are few things that we are not mentioning here that are kind of for locals only that that you were sharing with me while we were there and an I completely respect that. And so I'm surprised that you shared that. But there is go you just got some insider knowledge right there when you get kicked out of hoffbrau. You don't have to go home. You can you can continue. The Kafer tent is actually really close to the first they give super close to the Valya. The area, right? As they do of of are also refers renting Bavarians like the of Lipsey. Very. I'm not people are going to know where that is. But it is it's by the it's close to the end where the I will is. And also on that note, I definitely recommend going on the ferris wheel at night. It's so beautiful. So once you get kicked out of the tents go enjoy the outside at October fest and eat food and play games and go on the roller coasters and ride the slides and the ferris wheel. There's so much more to do outside. It's it's so fun. It really go into the head of Alba Varia. Same thing. The statue of liberty statue it. Yeah. You can walk into the HUD Sampson do that stirring up. Yeah. It's huge. It really is. I've never actually done that. I haven't. I haven't done that. I haven't done the the old vision. I haven't done that ju- member that slide thing that we were watching that. I was laughing. Off I want to do that so badly. I don't know if you guys were following my gun. One of the yen's we have true, it's one of the oldest ones because it's a it's a it's a it's a slide that you ride down on a sack. What is that called? There's a word for it. It's like a it's like beanbag racing. But it's not a race. It's just a slide. See like go down on the slap on sack something. I don't know. But the funniest part of this is in order to get up there. You have to ride a very very very like wicked fast conveyor belt, which is the most hilarious thing ever. So funny because figure it out people don't know how to write it and they go down. It up to all the top of funniest thing. If you were watching my if you were following my Instagram stories just recently while I was at that's the thing that I'm talking about you will know exactly what I'm talking about. Because I kept laughing so much. I might have to upload that video somewhere because it was so funny. I really wanna try that next time it's on my my October fest bucket list. Notice. Get you there. The first couple of fans more you have you have been drinking. The mo- funded is made. Of course, you've. Everybody. Oh my gosh. It's so fun for the crowd. Like, it's I really think it's maybe the the one thing October fest that is just as much fun for even more fun. Possibly those watching than those doing absolutely. As one of the oldest things we have there is like eighty five years running. It counts every year. I think it was eighty five years this year. An exactly for that reason. It's not based on the total on the division when I made additional things it's still there because it meets the ground trout it illegal because of everybody just putting oh, man. It's the first time I'd ever seen it. I couldn't believe it. It's the most amazing thing ever. I think my my biggest biggest piece of advice for all of this kind of coming to a close here is to go go to the octopus Goto it experience it because it is. So unlike anything else in the world and go with an open mind, don't go with expectation just go and where Darren dole or later the later hose in when you go and just make friends and have a beer and ride some rides and just tested out. Even if you are normally averse to drunk, people crowds and loud places like I am I love October fest. It is at all of that just goes out the window with special. It is so special and unique. And there's a reason I've gone five times. So I would say go just go put it on your list and go one of these times one of these years make it happen. I think that's my my best buys figured out in ons. Yeah. Biking advice? Yep. Book your hotels in advance. We still go for like a hundred euros stupid. Yeah. Six main payback coming within three weeks. Prices go up like hell, so yeah. Early. Yep. Planet make it happen. So let's start talking about German beer, drinking actually Bavarian. Right. It's Bavarian suggestions recommendations recommend to how to best. Enjoy your beer cold in the glass with the people around you. All right. We're going to end it right there for now. Because Anya, and I continued to talk for another thirty minutes after this just about beer, and while I know some of you wouldn't mind listening to an hour and a half episode. I feel like that's just really long. So I hope that you will come back and join us in the next episode to learn more about Bavarian beer traditions. Everything you need to know about beer gardens. And how to best drink your beer in ways that respect both the beer and those yard rigging with so thanks for listening. You guys see you in the next episode.

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