17 Burst results for "Tyler bell"

"tyler bell" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

08:14 min | 6 months ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

"I think it's beneficial for people to see. I wanna make this thing. But it's but it's because i saw that and that thing was inadequate in some way whether it's just a taste thing or it's broken or whatever and someone from that i'm going to jump off and make my own version of it. I think it's important for people to see because then they realized that that's okay no and that not everything in the opening of this victim sitting in a black room with no inspiration and all of a sudden. I have an idea like. That's no no ideas work. But that's my ideas but still no. No you're right. Here jimmy directa. I think i might. I think i might there. There is An opening sequence. Which is fairly simple which i could show. Which could show. Because i just don't wanna have to verbally explain it but i could shoot it if it doesn't work on using but everybody that listens will know that i was inspired by this. One of the things that i try to do is be inspired by something. That's not related. Like you know if you're if you're making a box inspired by a building the shape of a building or whatever I i love going to the antique store and just taking photos of everything and spend an hour and a half in there and not buying anything. And i'm just looking for inspiration and sometimes that inspiration is not a. It's not a one to one or like. Oh that is going to inspire this. I might look at something. See join ary or see the shape of something might ooh. I could take that little element and apply it to of a future project of mine. And i don't and And again in my mind that's not copying that is just been inspired by taking somebody else's idea put and executing it in a different way i. There's you know it's one of those things that somebody could look at any inspiration based thing and call it copying if they really want to but fact is pretty much everything we do is. Yeah it's an ineffective something that we've seen or done before and it's You could say everything is copying if you really want to look that far into it. Yes chairs are things that i've seen before so no matter what chair i make it's copying because it's a place to sit you. Could you could do that if you want to. Or he could just accept the fact that we create stuff based on the inputs. That we've taken like jimmy ios talks about you know you go round you take in all the inputs. And then they mix up and they come out in a different way for different people so many other thoughts on copying. We had another part to this david. Didn't you have something else. Kinda romans Yes brian remember. His last name sent me an email. I haven't responded to him yet But he was like a possible topic for the podcast would be like what about when somebody else comes up with the same idea as you at the same time so like jimmy and allies with the with the pants And i think brian in his email mentioned like he was working on her maker. Knife and then jaakko released and How that may affect you finishing that product moving forward or did the stop or d. Just you depress on. Will i told you guys an example. I never told anybody. This was completely pointless but jaakko came out with the make a knife. And i had a concept not exactly the same. It was just visually look the same. It was a knife that worked exactly like anyone find on the market with a finger loop in the back so visually looks just like jacko's but it absolutely didn't work same jaakko had a completely different invention that he had worked so hard on it and he was already releasing when i saw and i hadn't gone that far down the road with it i had designed. I've been working with a young a max's Hello max max designed this whole thing. infusion we had a whole concept going on in them when it came out. Max's like what we do with this as we just have to the it. Because i can't come out with even though i've been working on it probably longer than jaakko. 'cause it's from several years before is that i couldn't put it out at the same time it just. It just would be too weird and chocolate so much hard work in love him a. He'd had no idea what i was doing absolutely nothing to do with what i did. His inspiration was completely from some other place. He never saw my prototype. 'cause i never showed it to anybody because it was just a little passive thing going on in the background and long story short as like what does other knives to be made. I'll just do different. I've let jacko have that one with the finger. Open the backing the again. It's totally different than what i had. So that was that was that. I never put out my little knife again. Which really more just like a physical design not necessarily mechanically different design which is more of a an aesthetic with a finger loop in the back for like a big keychain hold but so there are moments in time we have to make a judgment call it know some people get proud of that design and i. I didn't have that emotional charge at all. Because how could he wasn't copying me. It came up with a whole different invention. Part of his invention. Was the finger loop activating the night in. I don't even know if i ever told jack about this. He's gonna to sign but but the game is so many inventions to be made so many designs to be made when he did such fantastic work on that there was no reason to come and get me. Just come up with some other product. It's no big deal and occasionally people make ice picks out there. And i see the make ice picks in a mike. It's amazing still waiting for like best made or some bigger company. That has a little bit more reach the retail market to come up with version of the ice pick. I'm just hoping that enough people will call them on it like you got to. I've even said to my an. And i thought this through i said to my business bader might. Let's reach out the best made. Let's reach out to the several. Throughout zippo various companies and. See if they wanna do a partnership with me on my ice pick for the absolute sole purpose to just establish contact so that when they come up with. They're they're going to say no which is fine. I don't really want to deal with them. But at one establish contact with them so that they could say they saw it and they didn't want it so that they could never legitimately legally do their own version of now. I see companies. Like i'm working leatherman. I don't see the member do without working with me directly. But someone's going to see that. The icepick is slowly going to start creeping until i you know. Mainstream air quotes and we'll be like. Wow we should make one of those and they can totally do it. It's i can't protective legally. I just have to protect it with my marketing. That's the best way to do. It is like this is the original and if somebody wants to make their version of it like i said somebody's gonna make a version of a work goes much bigger than my potential breach. That it's gotta be retailer or it's going to be you know i don't know i don't know it's going to be one of these little boutique. Companies like i said best made is the the company that keeps coming to mind because everybody shows me best maiden those on my god. These guys makes up just like you know these guys in. I don't make it. it's not the same. It's just emotionally similar. It's not nothing ever have access and cool stuff. It's cool chomsky's in lighters clips in snaps in everyday carries. But so. that's one way to protect yourself is at least establish contact with somebody you know establish a established a what am i trying to think Yeah good point one even like you know talking about people doing things at the same time and we've talked before about how the two of you made stools initially the other you may arise due videos and stuff around the same time. It still happens. A lot We'll even like i noticed this morning. That tyler bell put out a video about making a dennis lamp which is essentially what we.

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

07:06 min | 6 months ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Hey it's mojo. In the morning there is a fundamental absurdity to our nations food system so many americans are struggling to eat today and with hunger at an all time high. It makes no sense that we don't do more about this. Well kroger is kroger. Has its zero. Hunger zero waste mission to make fresh healthy food available for everyone especially in our community kroger zero hunger zero waste mission was created right here in the detroit area and lend support to everybody so that we can feed through the food banks so many more people than ever simply add a dollar five dollars or ten dollar donation. When you're picking up your order at kroger or you're shopping and you can help the community in more ways than you ever thought kroger zerohungerzerowaste. Just another reason. Why kroger is always making it better. Siri all right shannon. What's trending this morning and the dirty on the thirty songs is big idiot. He's hot yes which makes him a hot idiot. Those out there in the world. He is in some mega mega trouble. This morning for hosting a five hundred person banger. At ohio nightclub and indoor party with five hundred people remember he had cova back in october obviously made a full recovery but made this club appearance inside the ohio nightclub. It's in columbus. Aftermath is what. It's called saturday night. Appropriate name right or agents Basically was just constantly environment. there was Very little Going on as far as Any attempt for social distancing if you had taken that event in and put it in two thousand and nineteen it would have been Pretty much the same the same event. That was taking place last night. Wow scored said that there were like bottles of liquor. Being passed around. Everybody was just drinking from them. So the case has now been passed to the ohio attorney. General's office who works with the ohio liquor control commission. The commission could turn in issue penalties including fines the suspension of a radical altogether of this clubs liquor permit. Additionally the city of columbus has temporarily shut this place down pending for court. And not to mention you know. He's in legal. How water wasn't legal. Hot water here when he was doing when our shows for us and he threw equipment into the audience. I think he's still on probation for that. So i think that this is not a good thing for him so i don't know who go after if they go after him personally. Go after the club owner. 'cause i mean obviously he's just an attendee. At that event. The craziest part is that he was recovering from cova nineteen when he hosts this concert so he knew where it was. All about a great. Feel good story for today. Taylor swift donated thirteen thousand dollars to two moms go funny pages after reading an article in the washington post that spotlighted americans who behind on rent because of the pandemic woman is a single mom from nashville. She shared that. She's five thousand dollars behind on rent. So taylor donated thirteen thousand dollars to her rotor. A special message saying. I'm sorry for everything you had to go through this year. Wanted to send you this gift from one nashville girl to another now. The other woman is from michigan. She shared that. She lost her job in the spring and had to stay home with her young daughter who was born with a collapsed lung right before covid so taylor also donated thirteen thousand dollars to her and she wrote. No one should have to feel the kind of stress. That's been put on you. I hope you and your beautiful family have a great holiday season. You still don't like your megan She's i'm joking not joking believe. Megan is against parents of children have collapsed on wine believable. Do good big. Because you don't like that right like the grant who stole christmas. He had the end turnaround right louis. Though since i've become a mom. I totally get the grinch. He just didn't want to be around people for a while. I kind of identify with him lately. Elon musk just made a really big move literally. He relocated from california to taxes. Is the tesla and spacex. Eeo says he had issues with california's regulations over tech companies and said that while there are a lot of really great things about california. He believes the status taking its tech success for granted this move will also allow him to be closer to two of his biggest projects that he has going on right now that starship development in south texas that's the one that will carry the first human beings to mars and then he also has some big factory developments. Just outside of austin Some sad news from friends of the mojo in the morning show teen mom star. Caitlyn lowell recently revealed that she suffered a pregnancy loss. It took to social media to share that she and tyler bell. Tara are grieving she wrote. I was pregnant and excited to share it with all of you. I am heartbroken to reveal that. I lost the. She said she has sharing the news so other parents know they are not alone in their grief. Our thoughts are with you coast. And if you are on tiktok you might have already seen this english food writer and you probably know her better from tv. Nitel lawson has the internet talking about the way. She pronounces the word microwave. But i still need a bit of milk. Full-fat which i've formed in the meat crow vay. That's great and i stopped in my tracks. The mccreavy yet. Can i hear that one. More time uh-huh. That's to joey when he would say buffet. But i still need a bit of milk full-fat which i've warmed in the microwave. 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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"The woman's body bucks up and down as dies rubbing against his fingers in a way that's almost beyond on description. His right hand down her pants buried in her underwear his left hand his on his penis not stroking it so much squeezing it trying to choke to death in the feted October wind. The walking path here is cold and wet and the fallen leaves are all half rotten and stuck together like a slick sheet over over the grass. The woman is maybe twenty five maybe twenty. He neither knows nor cares. He can only think of how she is riding over his fingers. It's like some great toothless fish trying to devour she isn't enjoying the action which you would like but knows inherently is impossible. No He'd brained her with a hammer from work and now she was seizing from the brain damage. It's crazy that he's doing this. He knows but he is. He thought the Faint Aroma of urine. My turn off when he started touching her but now he finds he likes it it all but soaked her under before he got them off the point you had snapped APP them free along the hip line. The liquid made it so she wasn't too resistant when he pushed insider not like the others been altogether. It was fairly pleasant. He comes into the back of her smart gray blouse then collapses onto was asked fingers almost sliding her vagina he goes through a series as of awkward pauses. Make sure they don't come free. He enjoys a dead heat of her flesh mixed the coolness of the air drying her urine on the back of his hand. There's some blood mixed with that as well but it's already gone tacky. He rifles through her things. The body shifts has jerks her purse toward the chase. The the beating that followed tired amount to much firm to WANNA bother with standing to do anything besides he likes to feel ever dead insights and if that ends prematurely then what was all this for he dumps the percent on her stomach sifts through the contents flicking this and that side until he finds an orange billfold amongst the nonsense. Look through it. His fingers still insider flipping at her identification papers and some paper bills. There are photos as well children or young siblings. Perhaps one of a much older man that could only be her father he flips this like playing card into the brush and pulls free fingers gives them a quick sniff and it cleans his hand. Has bested candidate skirt. Then he stands collects Hamry hitter with spinning spinning once in his hand before tucking away in his waistband. He smells his hand again. And then bends down to collect a few wet leaves from the ground. He does his best to clean his skin with them and then looks around and wanders off down the path wondering what his wife might have on the stove for him when he gets back his footsteps of the faintest crunching being on the path out of the woods. There there there and then gone or perhaps not there are still things moving in the woods. Flooding down from trees breaking twix Ed side. The forest the sun is bright and cloudless sky and that light filters down to the leaves and mad and brilliant checkerboard. That dances over the ground with every slight gust. The young woman sucks in a long loud breath and then pushes herself to her knees shaking aching. She'd been holding it so long. She thought she dye her head hurts terribly and she could only move a few feet before falling to her knees vomiting beside the closest tree. Then she thinks that the man and what he'd done as she dry heaves violently again and again there is a sound like footsteps on the Path and fear circles her spine. She touches the place in her head where he hit her and begins shaking which he feels. How soft how doughy skull feels a figure appears? Here's an path and she crawls deeper into the woods moving from tree to tree until she's deep in the bushes hidden and dark. She wraps her arms around the rough off bark of a tree and begs God. It isn't him again that he isn't coming back for. It still feels like he's down. They're hurting hurting her. So casually so she sobs and tries to remain conscious tries to make sense of the shadow in the path ahead as it comes close close. Close a EH. stroh is an incongruity production. If you've enjoyed this experience please subscribe and leave a positive review. Please support our sponsors sponsors. You can find out more by searching for monster podcast on facebook twitter and instagram or visit us at monster. PODCAST DOT con. The show was written and hosted by Jack Luna Tyler Bell and Mike Day Sound Design by Jonathan McMichael and Robert Ravelli original the score by Leeann. Rogers art by Jake Peres executive producer. Mike Budai.

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"She is only half aware. What is happening? There is pain and humiliation. He's doing with the boys in school joke about doing posturing to make themselves. Look more mature what she thought about doing herself. But only as an abstract trying to make sense of it. He's too big for her small body is ready for what's happening. He's tearing her ripping her. His eyes are black pools in the pre dawn light there's a window beside her where she can see the glow of the sun behind the mountains, her hips heart from having your legs spread so far apart like that she wants to stop. He was so nice the night before but she walked to him, ripping close sucking her neck, like vampire, biting her and embarrassing place. His eyes are locked onto her boring. Indoor though there is nothing to see she wants to slap. But her arms are dumb things beside her body. Numb motionless. Her skin is on fire electric heat rolls over body. The sun is rising. He is squeezing. She is not the first she is not the last. The cartilage overthrow cracks caves beneath his stumps. They're soft bloodied. Light creeping into the room. Now and the man's eyes seem to flicker then they are dead. Why d- black is mouth works opening shut that she realizes. He is saying something something she can't understand because the electric fire on her skin is burning down into her brain clearing. Your thoughts racing her leaving behind shell. The sun is rising. Pager Lopez looks up from his work arm, still extended, hey and still locked little girls throat, then the light washes over him and sweeps the child away. On Stroh is an incongruity media production. If you've enjoyed this experience, please subscribe and leave a positive review, you can find out more by searching for monster podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit us at monster podcast dot com. The show is produced hosted and written by Jack Luna and Mike day additional writing by Tyler bell and Evans eagle research by Hagar, Barack sound design and editing by Jonathan McMichael and Robert revealing original score by Leon Rogers. Art by Donnie Ray?

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"tyler bell" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Otherwise, you're just building a fucking solution. For me. Personally. Brought it's like if I can, you know, narrate a story in my head of how this will make sense or like what this is actually going to be doing why leaving doing it. I think I just I always tend to make better decisions that I feel I feel really good about. I feel more filling in that'd be sad. Right. So. From the always having engineering mindset kind of establishing entrepreneurship at such an early age. And now having graduated with a computer engineering degree Melena blockchain like met like really. I would say more recently within the past year and a half. However, I was minding crypto currencies through my raspberry pi like I was doing. I'm a geek, so yeah, yeah. I was I was minding bitcoin through my raspberry pi when I was in Rutgers they used to give out like free raspberry pies, bro. And I don't know if you know what they are. But in other just essentially like little mini computers. And I learned the technology. I learned about the deep web. The silk road. Applications not saying that you know, I was on it. But I was aware of how big clean was being used at the time for sure so fast forward. Now, you know, I was working with artifacts media that was a company that high co-founded with four really awesome. People two of them were to them. I was actually related to. So my brother and my cousin and then. You know, really awesome. Video producers my friends Tyler bell. So little bit about that. Real quick is I have a pretty extensive like ecommerce background was doing a lot of social media marketing a lot of paid social during my time in college in a little bit after my roommate just happened to be like a really diesel videography, bro. But guess what? Like a lot of people that buy videos from him. They just they didn't have the means of distribution. Those are two totally different. You know, kinda sides of the coin there. So we kind foreign artifacts media and together like our first client was freight network. The CEO is currently slowly break. Villi does amazing things we got in there through our friends shonky Balaj who is absolutely like a just a fee nom. The way that she kind of like thinks about problems said wants to solve them with blockchain wants to saw them with crypto currency. She's very very avid in kind of like those humanity. -tarian avenues and use cases of Blockchain's. So we got involved with our, bro. And like the sky was the limit. I mean, you remember twenty eighteen like there was there was my phone left. And right. Everyone's ICO was being shoved down into throat and a lot of them are real. And you know, unfortunately, a lot of them were just bogus. And so we were trying to navigate the waters of okay. Who Israel who is isn't it to be honest? Like a lot of these guys that we worked with there were selling a vision..

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"Mind. Excuse me. Alushi flaps the folder closed looking out at the dark June night. There's more evidence still mountains piles, but it's a loose net. The frame of thin and broken threads at the center of which sits the Faneuil bar Jona grin. Splitting his fat face. And all but crushing those mismatched is out of his skull. He denies everything all of it, of course, because that's what psychopaths skew. And maybe you stop them sometimes before they do all the damage they can. And maybe again, you don't Belushi. Thanks slotting, all the files and folders the false leads and red herrings. The promising starts. Crushing that ends. He puts them all back in their box shuts off the lights and closes the door on his way out leaving only a single black and white photo on his desk. A picture of some child's anonymous bones black weather and time as unnamed an unclaimed as when Faneuil bar Jona turned up the dirt in his garage to be rid of them. Stroke is an incongruity media production. If you've enjoyed this experience, please subscribe and leave a positive review, you can find out more by searching for Munster podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit us at monster podcast dot com. The show is produced hosted and written by Jack Luna and Mike day additional writing by Tyler bell and Evans eagle research by Hagar, Barack sound design and editing by Jonathan McMichael and Robert Reveille original score by Leon Rogers art by Donnie Ray.

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"You're tied by the way. That's what I call you fun. It's cute. So by the way, I should say walk them back. And also Jack is not here today. He had a previous appointment to be quietly angst ridden in a corner of room somewhere. So he can't make it. But but we're here with Tyler Tyler bell. You're the sort of head writer of this show. You did a lot of the bulk of the work. Yes. Put this this whole thing together and walk them back at least the scribbling. Thank you. Thanks for having me. So we've now gone through most of the season where up to episode seven. It's been an adventure to put this thing out. I don't think anyone really expected what it would be. I think a lot of people had different misconceptions of what it would be. And it's a it's definitely different than everything else. So it's hard to compare it to other things. But some some people have unfortunately. I mean when you turn to do something. No one's done before. You should just absolutely expect people won't won't know what they're what they're getting into. I mean, if if everyone could accurately predicted based on what we were talking about the kind of show that they were gonna see than we we weren't doing our job. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. I prefer people to be mind blown shocked and appalled that I would be for people. Just be like, oh, hey, this is exactly this is exactly what I what I thought. I was going to get. And we're sure though, I mean this show is either just go to items and look at the reviews the show is either universally loved or hated is. It's literally the most bipolar show. I've ever seen in my life. Yeah. And I think that we're a little bit into the season. We're kind of normalizing the audience. We we've we've shed off the the sort of haters except for those kind of like, the this special brand of Seko's that just like to read stuff or listen to it all the way through and then get mad. We've shut off the basic bitches the basic bitches are are far by fucking God. By now, I wanna do actually read some of the reviews because they're quite entertaining. Pull up his second reading reviews. Yeah. Yeah. This will be fun. The my favorite my favorite reviews. I've seen that they come in like three types for the show that are the ones that I can kind of just immediately disregard, there's the this isn't sort in scale reviews. We know what have we would have just made more sort and scale. It has its own podcast that has a subcategory to of because the unfortunate thing is that this show came out during a break of certain scale a break that we take every year in the way, we always take holiday break. This one was a little longer because we've had some sort of internal issues have been trying to work out. But. Nevertheless, people like wait is this replacing certain scale is sorting scale over. I don't like this. Why don't you get back to still stop doing this shit like that kind of review? That's a common one. And you know, it's just like, no. We've we've kind of kept up to date the whole time. We've told you what's going on? If you don't read things. That's your problem. Not mine. So, yeah, you're probably not gonna read if I reply to you. So I'm not going to reply, but yeah, that's literally one of them. What are the other two? There's the this is gross. And I did not expect grossness from this podcast that you have been plugging for three and a half months saying do not eat when you listen to Mont showed do not do not listen to monster around children or family and friends than that don't know that you're not into this is not young Sheldon season to this is this fucking shit. I mean, if you listen to lower lower has five star review, and this is kind of like more with balls is what I think I describe it to people or. It's lower with a cock and balls is really what it is. All right. So let me read some reviews here. I love these this one is dated January seventh by max being I listen to this without knowing anything about this dude other podcasts, thanks for the fake reviews from all his fans who hadn't even listened yet by the way, but I can see why so many people hate this pod. It's not worth listening to exploitative trashes the title of that when I see that a lot. There's a lot of exploitative. Exploitative because sitting around having a beer and joking about murder is not exploitative at all. It's you know, that's perfectly acceptable. But actually telling you story and immersive way that that has some weight to it that that's exploded. Yeah. No it. It's always weird hearing people's feedback that listen, I've listened to a lot of true crime shows. And I cannot believe how disgusting this one is or how like that awful. The hosts are like I

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"Like. The best parts of most are the psychological, the psychological darkness that leads up to the horrible act. Really? I think it's it's what it's those pieces in between that sort of tell the human story that you can sort of connect with sort of identify with in a way. And then it leads to this place that nobody should be able to identify with suddenly. Yeah, I I agree. It's it's the one thing that's missing. Let's let's let let's let Jack talk for. He's trying to get. Yeah. I'm a Canadian. Yeah. I'm in the back here. No. No, I agree. I think what was going to say is like a lot of people said that we're over hyping. This thing, you know, honor teaser and all that. And you know, that's that's maybe possible, but you got to let people known and drag them in. And maybe some people are coming if Mike and I had done this on our own it probably would have just been a complete bloodbath. But by bringing Tyler bell in his I think he has more morals, and Mike, and I might have to be honest with you. He's a marine his shot people. Right that gives it to him. But he really some you know, there's the act itself. And I've said it before the very violent act. We already spoke about obviously that makes the podcast that drew us to it. But Tyler brings all this. You know, the the lead up in the lead out and humanizes a lot a lot of these killers and stuff a lot better than I believe that I could've I it would honest to God, it would have been absolute bloodbath. Like, you guys said if it hadn't just been Mike and myself, so I'm glad Tyler came on. Because it really made. We're we're not just kicking you in the face of this stuff. The way that we said we were we really are telling a story, and there are things to be learned from each of these stories with with what Tyler is lent to them as one to say that there are some hidden morals. I think it would have been more of a cook fast with penises everywhere. My god. I am not responsible for the half hour, Dicky. I have nothing against it. Showed evan. Poured out to Evan respect to your size. My friend. Didn't can get that many additives around human, dick. All right. I think that we can end it here. That'll do it. Next up. We have a pretty chilling case. This is going to be a story that's going to feel very different than the last one almost mystical almost magical in a way. But pretty fascinating. Nonetheless, no doubt men. Remind was a blast to right. But I'm glad I'm done with him. It was I think of by mean almost every single subject that we have on Montrose detestable to some degree Remond is the only one that. I actually I hate personally. I like because he's just such a fucking worm. Yeah. Everybody else has an excuse but him to some degree. I mean, not justification. But like at least they were insane or misguided to some degree. Remind is just fucking a coward. And I hate him very selfish positive will very selfish, and we and I believe there's probably some mental illness evolve, but overriding all right from childhood. I mean, a very selfish person a liar. And I what I would like to say about is that I liked that we were able to put in rush surely felt this way. But like how he blamed Florence for not taking down the Christmas tree or criticized her for that, you know, as he's going up to pick up his son to go kill. Upstairs. He's thinking to himself Florence to fucking taking those Christmas lights already. You know? So it was it was you know, what what a what a story man really pulled pulled it out Tyler kudos. We'll thanks guys. All right. So we'll see you here next week with the next installment of monster. Yes, you next week. Moan stroke is an incongruity media production. The original soundtrack demonstrable is available. I tunes apple music Amazon Google play Spotify. And just about everywhere else. You listen to music merch, such as t shirts tank tops and caps can be ordered at Munster podcast dot com. If you like the show, please subscribe and leave us a positive review.

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"Okay. So we're back with episode four of Mon stra the case of JEAN CLAUDE remind by the way, I am Mike do day. And I'm Jack Luna. And I'm Tyler bell. Welcome. Tyler. This isn't a first appearance on the monster after show, and for those of you that don't know we've we have mentioned your name a couple of times. But for those of you that don't know Tyler did the majority of the writing for this entire series along with Jack and myself, and he knows a hell of a lot about this case. Yeah reminds what? What a worm? Yeah. I mean, he was he was interesting to get into a fun fact about remind we actually wanted to give up on before for came onto the project. Jack was like I can't even figure out what we're going to do with this, dude. He just killed his family. He's a huge piece of shit. And I have no idea like what we can even. Right. And I was like let me try this. I think that's all we need. Now. I think it's on Jack's favorite episode. So we turned it around. And I love how it takes place in almost sort of dream state. There's there's all these sequences in it that slip in from his delusions and his sort of waking dreams to to reality and back, and it's sort of hard to sometimes figure out whether you're in real life, or in his mind. Yeah. It kinda goes sore theme of trying to connect with the killers a little bit the one where you can do this through to make him like, a, you know, the worm he might actually be in real life for each just I don't know he just killed people, but none of his conclusions about how to solve that problem of his wife. Finding out about his infidelities and his lack of job made any sense to me. So I figured why not kicked the brakes off of this. And just. Go completely shining with it as Jack keeps Jackie's making the allusions to. Yeah. No, you did you definitely did Tyler was in close contact with hegab. Barack who is the research on this who I had researching Dr topic of the name, they started to speak, and she was able to get a lot of information there where Tyler could really run with it. And one of the bits of information was that his father was a was a forester and that opened up the avenue where Tyler was able to write about this back. Burn this burning out the trees for the fire that might might becoming and that's foreshadowing right there and foreshadowing happens multiple times throughout this episode. I think that that part of this episode is very interesting with the three little pigs. You know, the coming fire and even in the beginning with a spider the web, the intricate web that he's woven. And it's all around them. Right. It's collapsing. Yeah. And he he eats that web at the very start to ready. He pops the web into his melt just like a spider does when the the elasticity of the web starts to fade. And the stickiness is not you know, and and eats it absorbs it, there's a lot. Going on here, man. There's a lot to write about we found to that that little bit about the fourth fire thing was great. I mean, I don't even think that she had anything about controlled burns in that. I just remember that from used to live on in Camp Lejeune was when I was in the marines, and they would control burns in the sort of marshlands there if you've ever seen it, it's the most horrifying thing ever. Like the forest is on fire, but none of the trees are. It's just like creeping past like, the undergrowth and stuff news like be driving. And then you see a few dudes standing on the side of the road. It's just like this whole field is just a blaze and they're like, don't worry. This is intentional. This is fine. The fire to come as an amazing metaphor. And I love a lot of the different scenes in this story are pretty mazing some of the ones that stuck out to me, for example, when he goes into the shop and the shopowner immediately recognizes him as sort of an amateur not a real hunter. He's he's trying to play it off. He's trying to keep this facade up. And it's something that the person in front of him is seeing right through. But he thinks he's getting away with it. Yeah. Though that was an opportunity there to show that remind you know, he's lying. He lies the shopkeeper. He can't help it lie. It's not even necessary formed ally. But he can't help but do it because he's a liar. Yeah. You know, any enjoys it. So this is this kind of people are the always default to like a new fantasy. I guess that's kind of world dream sequences. Come from, you know, eventually the lie implodes on Remond to the point where he's he's lying to himself in his own brain can't handle it. So he's just. Tripping balls shit. Yeah. But the fun part about a lot of Vermont, and you know, monster generals trying to figure out where the the kind of fiction ends and the truth begins. His dad really was a forestry person. He actually was like with his dog. He actually did go to a gun store and buy all that odd. Equiment you say gun laws are lax in America. Obviously, obviously, not knowing anything about guns. Can I get a silencer some bear Mace? Yeah. You fucking serious at your bullshit right now. I think if you get away with that in Texas though, but. Texas you come quipped with bare maze birth. I think they give it to you. When you cross the state line. But the part that the early part of the story is also fascinating when he's just a child, and he's he's even lying, then he's pretending. He someone else in making up all these stories from the year before and then when he realizes he can't get away with it. He hides away all summer. Yeah. I think everybody knows that kid. If you if you didn't know that kid when you're younger than you were that kid. He's always got a girlfriend in another state. He's always going on crazy vacations. But like you see his parents at the supermarket when he's supposed to be gone. Kicks. I remember telling my friends and my dad was a was a wrestler the WWF. So maybe I am that kid. Allow. But the difference between you and most people as you grow out of this. You don't try to defraud the World Health workers Atieno in their library with fake business cards all day. Yeah. Yeah. There's a sadness to that. Because there's a sort of this very lonely character behind it. This this person that that desperately needs to be someone more important than they think they are the most interesting thing to me, obviously, something we can't really go into in this story that I was thinking about in a really couldn't bring it out was whether or not remind if like his people would have stuck by him, if they learn the truth like if he was actually just completely wrong, obviously should have killed his wife and kids it goes without saying, but like, do you think do you think they would have forgiven? You know? Well, that's that's interesting. It wouldn't have mattered. I in my opinion. Like, he thought he was doing them a favor, you know, as if they'd be ruined emotionally if they discovered what he's done and that is. Indicative of him believing that the world revolved around him. Yeah. That they would be that ruin by that, you know, like the narcissism of this guy and the mental onus. I mean, targeted a great job of putting across this this mental illness had when he's walking through the hallway, and he sees the photos of his children, and they're looking at him and shit and even the dog is turning its face that that shining stuff, you know. Yeah, it's all throughout this this this is mental illness. He's making it real through the telling of mazing, you know, in the dog turns his back on your your your.

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"The house is quiet. Save the disconcerting ticks and talks of the grandfather clock downstairs time time is finally up. Jean CLAUDE is walking through a hallway of infinite length. It is both the hallway that leads him to his bedroom. And as he looks back alley that ends with a ladder that leads impossibly up up up into a well lighted galley where professionals are conversing with one another. They are talking about him. He knows maybe he should set them straight. But it's too bright up there. He thinks people will see him see his eyes staring wide and the stubble on his chin. The chew rolling pin in his hand. No better to keep walking the other direction. The hallway is littered with old business cards all bearing his name. He can see that they are official type one earns from the World Health Organization corporation before embarking on a career, not the shameful cheap kind. You have to make as a joke at the print shop and Paris, the cards fluttered down from the darkness above they stick in his hair and thicken on the ground like snow. So that every stride drags pulps at his heels, then sends a Cass Cade of reanimated cards ahead. He grabs one out of the air and looks at it. It's so heavy so authentic printed on real paper. And. Lost even but when he traces the letters of his own name and the title beneath director of medical studies. The ink smears across the card leaving only clean white paper. A completely empty surface on filled. He looks down the hall rubbing the smudge away on a shirt collar and witnesses the portrait's of his family come to life. They are turning their heads is daughter Caroline is crying and covering her eyes. So she can't see him. Same with his wife and son his parents, even his pets his wife stirs as he comes to stand over their bed. She is gorgeous the early morning light falls through the window and catches in her hair. Just so there's not a man alive who wouldn't sell his soul to jump into bed with her just then. She cracks an I halfway open and smiles then tugs at the ham of his pants. He returns the smile, but something isn't right in it. It seems to sink back rather than spread and her expression curdle 's moment before he smashes in her head with the rolling pin. From a medical standpoint. The damage is sufficient patient is vibrating body suffering from spasms caused by severe brain damage to the frontal cortex and hemorrhaging throughout the skull. John Claude raises the pin again as wife's body involuntarily tucks up into a protective position being doctor. He knows that this is merely the spinal cord and back brain functions trying their best to keep the body alive. Her consciousness has been switched off. There's no pain. I would never hurt my wife he brings the blunt instrument down again and again and again. Then assesses his patient. Lawrence twitches, and JEAN CLAUDE shakes his head in pity. Raising the gore and crusted rolling pin high from downstairs the grandfather clock begins at strike of five. And then so does he. Monstrum is an incongruity media production. If you've enjoyed this experience, please subscribe and leave a positive review, you can find out more by searching for monster podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit us at monster podcast dot com. This show is produced hosted and written by Jack Luna and Mike Buddha. Additional writing by Tyler bell and Evans eagle research by Hagar, Barack sound design and editing by Jonathan McMichael and Robert revealing original score by Leon Rogers. Art by Donnie Ray?

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"Darkness. Outside the police follow the search dogs zigzag down the street and into a parking garage. The shadows grow long as they approached the light of the entrance. The dog slow and smell the air more deliberately than lead. The canines breasts stirs up little dust storms sniff the ground leading the officers all the way to the back of the garage. Alone. Blue dumpster sits in the corner the animals get excited as near it indicating the trail leads there. Several officers surround the bend with weapons drawn dogs held up bay for a moment. No one moves. Everything is silent the stillness broken. When officer gets the clear to approach. He walks cautiously hunched still pointing whip with a swift movement he reaches into the lids flap and aggressively swings at open he clears the inside the dumpster than waves a hand for the others to approach. He walks away. Slamming his sidearm home frustration Marcus lies slumped in the corner face bathe by the mad waving of the officers torches. His head hangs. Same angle his heart hasn't given in just yet, and it's still pumping blood out of his neck. He was almost completely decapitated himself. The officers wonder amongst themselves. They should bother trying to save. Before Marcus brain dies. His eyes move over the wall that trash his face a mask of terror. It's the face of a man as to question to which the answer is to enormous to articulate the question of what to see their down in the dark. Monstrum is an incongruity media production. If you've enjoyed this experience, please subscribe and leave a positive review, you can find out more by searching for monster podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit us at monster podcast dot com. The show is produced hosted and written by Jack Luna and Mike day additional writing by Tyler bell and Evans eagle research by Hagar, Barack sound design editing by Jonathan McMichael and Robert Ravelli original score by Leon Rogers art by Donnie Ray.

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"Prison. I'm in my sits quietly peacefully. He takes a moment to rest his eyes and closes the buck. He was reading the blue green light and his cell is harsh to aging is but other than that he has few complaints. He is no longer alone. And he is content. He takes a deep solemn breath and senses a change in the air. Soon. Once again, it will be spring. He feels the warmth in the air returning and the comfort reminds him of home. Now, a vegetarian the taste of his prey is but a distant memory. He only remembers the sense of satisfaction tingling throughout his body as it does again now with just a memory the memory of a man who will always be part of him forever. Moan stroke is an incongruity media production. If you've enjoyed this experience, please subscribe and leave a positive review, you can find out more by searching for monstrum podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram or visit us at monster podcast dot com. The show is produced hosted and written by Jack Luna and Mike day additional writing by Tyler bell and Evans, e Gelman research by Hagar, Barack sound design editing by Jonathan McMichael and Robert revealing original score by leeann Rogers art by Sonny Ray.

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Monstruo

"Thanks for your mail. You really turn me on winter with the temperature at around five to fifteen degrees below freezing is good weather for slaughter. Great me, naked and tied in weather like that to be driven to the slaughter where you then stunned me, I collapse you then hang me up jerking cut like rotted artery, warm blood flows. Everything goes routinely. I don't have any chance to escape my slaughter at the last moment. It's a real turn on the feeling of being at your mercy being in your possession. Having to give up my flesh, burnt entertains. The idea of arm and labeling his cuts of meat with paper and pinning it to him arm response. It'll be awesome. Anyway, your tasty body on show like that spicing it time you up will be no problem. I've got a rope cuffs for your hands and feet. I'll really enjoy the bit with the needles. I'll see if I can get a hold of some really long ones. I can't wait for you to be here. Eventually, it is no longer enough to just imagine. Their shared dream. They agree to meet and bring it to fruition in a chat room, arm and writes under the name and show faggots a play on the name and Tropeano ficus a fabled cannibal title, he deems worthy of himself. I'm looking forward to our meeting. How do you know if it will taste good to you? Or that the blood will make you sick. Armin confesses to having been readying himself by drinking his own blood. It was quite tasty once drilling some holes the drill slipped into my hand that was a real treat blood is juice of life. It contains everything person needs for Nutricia. They discuss covering burns tracks and burned assures. Arman, no, one will know where he disappeared too. Explains his plans for Bruins body after he's killed him. And slaughtered his carcass types after you're dead. I'll take you out and expertly carve you except for a pair of knees fleshy trash skin cartilage tendons, there won't be much. You left burns. Only concern is that Armand is able to execute their plan and not wilt Arman reassures him by typing. Our dreams will be fulfilled. Monstrum is an incongruity media production. If you've enjoyed this experience, please subscribe and leave a positive review, you can find out more by searching for monster podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit us at monster podcast dot com. This show is produced hosted and written by Jack Luna and Mike day additional writing by Tyler bell and Evans, e Gelman research by Hagar, Barack sound design and editing by Jonathan McMichael and Robert Ravelli original score by Leon Rogers art by Denny Ray.

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"From wondering this is season five of sword and scale a show that reveals but the worst monsters are real. Well, we're coming up on the holidays real quick. And I wanted to make sure that I wish you all a happy thanksgiving. Hopefully, you spend a lovely day with your loving family, stuffing your face with Turkey in this episode. However, you'll find out that not all of us are that lucky that all of us have that family support around us. So if you do make sure that you do count your blessings mixture that you are indeed thankful for what you have before we get to it though. I wanna remind you that sword and scale rewind is now on twice a week. So if you're running out of stuff to listen to go check it out give it a chance. There's a lot of episodes and they're catching up to present day really quickly. It's not like certain scale. But it's a fun companion. If you're going back and listening to older episodes. It's almost like talking near friends about a particular episode and hearing their take also wanna remind you that our last show will be just right around Christmas for. For the regular show. Now, plus is gonna keep updating but the regular show will be going on break after Christmas for a little while. So that we can recoup spend a little quality time with the families of our own and really just get a little bit of a creative breeder. So that we can come back fresh and new do not fret though. Because remember we do have that secret project coming up in the very beginning of January starring myself, Jack, Luna and Tyler bell watch out for that in the first part of the year. But for now, let's get right into the story. I hope you have a box of Kleenex ready..

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"Jack would write back to me after you know, this this episode of that and be like, dude? Dude, check it with Mike a couple times and say, hey, man, this this is where we're going with this. It might just be like great perfect. Okay. It's not going to far and he's like, no you can't possibly go too far. Like, okay. We'll then you hire the right guys. Yeah. I mean, I myself have been listening to the old style radio. Like, I always have you know, like, the shadow what evil lurks in the hearts of man, all that shit. But if you go back and listen to it in comparison to what we have coming for for people to listen to this in an ambitious. But I know this is better that stuff was was great at the time. And and whatever, but they tried to push it, but they did not push anywhere near as far as we're pushing those those things were like they were like plays. There was a lot of dialogue going back and forth. And it was eerie. We're hitting you right in the fucking mouth of this ship, and you can't help but have driven down your throat. You're going to have to turn it off. Every once in a while. I have like you said Mike with somebody who listen on the outside there. I had to turn off one of the episodes myself and take a quick breather. Because it was so disgusting. Yeah. Yeah. I've been there. I've been there with you. There's always concern not this concern. But there's always this possibility people screaming at you that you're glorifying these killers. And I like to say we're not doing that. We're shaming them. There's nothing fucking cool about murdering women and children. Right. You know, like eating a man with his with his permission. That's okay. My books, but but like, you know, there's nothing cool about fucking killing women children. And there's nothing glorious about that. If I was to be killed by one of these guys are my children were my wife personally. I what I do is my own podcast is I really wanna lay it out. And and respect the victim by telling exactly what happened and shaming that killer as much as I possibly can. Yeah. It be nice for them in the courts to be able to hear a story like the ones that we've laid out and get a real feel. It's one thing to say that a guy killed his whole family. It's another thing to take a walk them down the hallway after he did. So to his wife, and he's got a fucking rolling pen in his I wanna give too much, but he's going to check on his children. That's that's getting deep on it. And that's getting down to the nitty gritty of it. And that's what we're trying to do with this project. But I think it's important to do that. Absolutely. And I think the other thing about that is it is. I mean, let's face it. This is a form of entertainment. It's John RA of entertainment, which is very very popular. But the reason it is I think and the reason it is not just based on what I think. But based on a lot of the people I've met at meet ups and talked to over the last five years is. Genuinely are fascinated with the depths of depravity that human nature can take us to in fact, I think what's most interesting about it is that we could sometimes see elements of these monsters in ourselves. Yes. And there's something separating us from them. We don't know what it is. We kinda wanna know what it is. We kind of keep striving to figure that out, but you can't help. But notice some of the similarities sometimes between the most awful people that have ever graced our planet. And and what's in inside all of us, really what the potential that's inside all of us to become that. Which is I think what is the most interesting part of true crime stories like this and the way that we did this one the way that we get inside the heads of the characters not just the victims. But also the monsters. Is. Yeah, it's breathtaking because it's so it feels so real it feels so personal. Yes. I think people are going to be very shocked. I mean, these these stories are based on real events. And but what what we've done is. You know, our best not to exaggerate. What happened rather grab hold of? What is not known was not been told and tell the story in those spaces like it's amazing how the crime itself can at times be less horrifying than what led to it. And what follow very much, you know, having a man sitting in his car thinking about doing it in the stuff that Tyler bell right about particular situation like that leading into it that stuff's terrified sitting at the dinner table with your family. And you know, he's gonna fuck and do something, but they don't know all that stuff. And is the reality of how went down, and again, I'll go back to you just here in the news man killed his whole family with this project. You're going to hear about what he possibly was thinking of before he did it as he did it and. Even go deep into his mind. Pulsa Stephen King shit like Tyler bell. Did it feels like the shining one of these particular episodes that I'm alluding to? Yeah. This stuff scary, man. It is scary. I love the dream sequences there, the nightmare sequences really because they they there's no warning. You just kinda slip into the sequence. And you're like what the fuck is going on this doesn't sound like reality. And then all of a sudden, you realize, oh, this is this guy's dreaming. This guy's he's he's disarray. This is what's in his head right now. And it's those are those are really fascinating because a catch you off guard. Yeah. I think catch off guard is going to be the the motto this podcast prepared for this. No. What?

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Historic has already stock prices already gone down. I, you might expect it to go down even more next week. If if this holds and level six continues to essentially replace him with Bailey and once again, great for Bailey to see this opening and to take it and move in and take JC spot because I think JC spot was a really good one. So. The members of a so you think you'd get podcast. Some of us have done a little draft. I was like a last minute entry to the draughts only got to choose one. We'll be others. Got three in JC was my one, and I was like really happy about it at first and now looking good. So would happen could always found back, you know, he he's still has. He still has something there. It's just starting to become clear that like he's not very adaptable, and that's a huge part of big brother. So he's going to need some some fortuitous circumstances if he wants to bounce back. I think so Tyler and Bailey do have a conversation that I mentioned before. It's a good conversation. They confirmed the vote, they are. They've they feel good about it. Tyler says he feels good about Casey. He feels like Casey's one of the most trustworthy people in the house. Bailey likes hearing that because again, Bailey likes Tyler. There's just a couple of things that have made her wary of him. One is that not only did he betray her in that I h competition, but he was going to put her up on the block as a replacement and she's always remembered that. But then also he's connection with Caitlin and how many. The people that he has relationships with and he, she fears that he is under the influence of Caitlyn, but she trusts Casey. And so when Casey says, don't worry, I've, I've talked to Tyler. I've got him thinking certain way. And Tyler says, I really trust Casey. I think she's really trustworthy. That makes Bailey feel good. She's like, ok, okay. If you're close with Casey, I feel close with Casey. If you're actually like kind of loyal to Casey, then maybe we can work something out here. And so she even says something along the lines of like, we have the same taste in people in this. I like this. Like you like Sam. I like Sam. You like Casey, I liked Casey. You like Caitlin. Caitlin, Caitlin. So, yeah, I think that you know, this conversation goes well, it seems like that for now at the very least Bailey is not on Tyler's radar, and I don't know if Tyler is still on Bailey's radar. She was talking earlier about she wants to back door Caitlyn Tyler would be on the block in order to do that. I don't know if she would still do that, especially given, you know the the influence that the other levels people might have with her, but. But it doesn't really matter because right now she is. Like I said, they both control like half the kingdom right now, and she is, like I said, on the round table, I think in an even better spot than Tyler at the moment because Tyler is not against Bailey, but Bailey kind of is against Tyler, but also working Tyler bell. So trust Tyler, and they have this sort of like tenuous relationship. We'll see where it goes. I think it's very interesting and I think it will be one of the more interesting relationships to track throughout the season if they if they both last that long. So very, very interesting conversation. I'd recommend checking it out these these two players. I feel like they both have the most amount of influence in the game and they're talking with each other and kind of feeling each other out. So those are always my favorite cons. It kind of reminds me and I'm going to note out for a second. View that. No, that big brother is based on another by George Orwell. You might also know another novel by George Orwell animal farm. And so this kind of lake. Dichotomy between the two like Tyler and Bailey kind of having equal stock right now, sort of reminds me of two characters Napoleon and with Nate snowball where they both kind of like. Are like, have their own footing in the entire kingdom..

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"tyler bell" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tyler bell" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"There is also the potential legal to compete back in the connected laptop space with the rumors of of snapdragon eat 45 being worked into the repository room him right now so uh this is a i mean they they didn't have to rub the said i guess yeah um we have a couple of tweets here's the circling back to a couple of stories this is from andrew wallace at fat produce hashtag pean weekly with apple admitting to slowing its phone how much do you wanna bet that android manufacturers are doing the same things and i don't know that i'd be terribly surprised if they're warrant some investigation into how bogged down android devices get i think one of the dangers is if it's true that's bad if it's not true then the envoy because tyler bell i was going to i mean they're going to crash over time you realize that yet this is bound to happen when nothing gets done about it so i would already put a solid no two the whole throttling of performance against a it just seems that like when you have a ton of custom software running on top of android which is the skin for the lynn excolonel or container for the lynagh's colonel i forget exactly what the word is that i'm trying to find their it's vacation brain i it it's bad either way because either your phone is slowing down by design or it's slowing down because it's poorly built it's slowing down at just him just in this is a this is also from from peter hayden.

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