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"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"She got about the baby. Oh my god oh if you have one of these days we really should do. Episode of batman's. We're working on that library but those are so hard to find. God yes here the doubleheaders that we were do. We know. if i'm gonna have to get it transcribed or something because you can't find batman sixty six. They did put it on the library at think you can order. If i'm not mistaken rate there was like a big deal like a couple of years ago. Maybe that they had finally had batman sixty six on on home release. Oh my god. It's it's coming back to me now. Yes we have to do. Live them and sixty six with we will need some help Yes i think. I definitely mark definitely charlie. Oh yeah charlie. Charlie and mazari robin. Yeah obviously holy middle man. Yeah we're gonna have to get that off the ground but yeah issues. Avid not bad. It's just i know the traumas like the back of my hand so can't really surprise me except in the background of and we didn't buy into it the way we needed to know. It was not enough time to breathe with each issue because everything had wanted done now. That's fortunate part of it. Yeah everything i had to be done in in this month. And what would have been more interesting if they had picked one story. Did it across all three points. Superman superman candidate one in done too. But i mean they were more connected. You could see the you could see the the wedding as it. True connective tissue definitely need it for the collection. Obviously i would really love zero hour. Omnibus with a nights covers behind the scenes up reasons why choices were made some editorial interviews. It'll have it on. The bus. Zero hour would have it at they did. I would probably middle linear Eliminate run the actually. Don't make a lotta army buses. I don't know if you know that like i. I find those buses very hard especially from the ninety s. I think a lot. I think what they do on the buses. That's like what like the earliest you know. Yeah usually we get the early stuff. So i think kristie one out there. Let me know if you find one on ebay. I'll pay the hundred dollars. I think kristen gets them. They have like this. Big gum like forties. Batman connex like in one big volume. They had those but those who may very badly reprinted like what was that one that we both have. I think we've mentioned that. It was just like this superman something or other that we mentioned that i can't remember i can't remember either. It's like no. They lost the original stuff to some of that stuff. Because it's so old time doctor who missing tapes. Yeah i would be interested in an omnibus editorial interviews. I wanna know who should i blame. Who should cancel daito for ones. I'll do it anyway anyway. On that note on our biggest is my favorite favourite reboot in. I wish they would have stuck to some of the decisions that they made. But you can't you gotta turn charles. Eventually you have to turn into this kid. And they refused to do it. And that's why. I always backtrack on their stuff. I want sliding timescale marvel like we don't. We don't need to do these. Universities have to respect our history. No events is much more rich in colour than marble history. Because it's obviously been around longer. You know it's just like new fifty to kill what made dc great was like the legacy characters like the robins the flashes the greenland is making those mistakes marvel made in the mid to late two thousands in early teens where you know you.
"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"My god is that where the movie the killing joke movie took this from. You know that you know the templars. Actually he wanted that to happen out in that movie in man. Man's that movie the won't the age difference is one thing but it's like it's like your best friend's daughter richard cooper brands richard breads. Looks like tom selleck. Imagine that's actually brilliant. Kathie aumont says he's gonna play. Charlie esther in the movie from jersey confused about reality batman retreat to the bat cave the search for answers he consults can quality. Now we consult oracle who exists who exists simultaneously as background paradoxally. Don't make my head hurt. He decides to visit dent. Try to talk some sense into him at gotham city police headquarters the joker knocks out the entire police. Department and kidnaps dent bringing the corpse of jim gordon with him with anything for shock value. Anything or shop now. You just coincidentally. When batman bursts in the stop the joker after incapacitating him he finds that harvey dent has reverted to becoming to face again and the corpse of commission recorded is now just the regular and very confused. Commissioner gordon batman leaves briefly visits or or to talk about the cresa and her other self who continues. Don't that word that word because we had cousins is crossing over another current continues to act as backrow even in their timeline. Which will get more into two zero hour for com capers batman determines. He needs to find help and he goes to meet with superman on the outskirts of metropolis. Remember he had ministerial thirty seven. Yes remember we covered last week. Yes that's where this were battling with coming from. We're getting out of hand them. Can you imagine if gordon came back to life. And he's like stuck in a coffin. I mean that. That's an excellent ryan reynolds movie though. Were second the confidence. What craven's last time. No very fido. alright. So was this just like a thing to do or are they considering bringing back rollback they were. They were but they wanted to date. Automated petting the what. It's like the people with jason todd. Hush thing it's like. Oh she they were with it. I mean they they really did redirect those choices that But they feel like either consequence in the back family the should've but Robbins back Looking at the notes here guests. The joke refers the batman having an impostor running around which was azriel. Of course i agree. And this issue makes several references. The bell's theorem a theory which basically posits that the prediction. The predictions of quantum mechanics are counter intuitive and has ramifications toward the possibility of alternate timelines. Because remember this multi verse. Well it's after crisis member. There was only supposed to be one time. Line remember when they never fixed it. And that's that we've been chasing that thread for what forty years now. The hyper time wasn't good enough for them. Kids it was stupid hypersensitive. Will they wanted their cake and eat it too. So what next. They've made that. What did they even have literally rippled through to make you suck congratulate. Whoa multiversity suck suck saying that one decision is just ripple. Because they didn't. They wanted to have their cake and eat. Do they continue to want to do that. And look where we are with. Crisis only have batman as a strong brand with prices. Yeah they wanted. They're like oh a confusing one time line. But then they want know everything counts. Nothing matters. Mad this jared maddening sees this is gonna blow up in their face. Oh we could do. Everything counts the joker. Show that it boils up in your face her literally..
"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"All right. Hey you're lucky. I made you do an in two thousand and one crossover even armageddon in two thousand and one. Not that it's chaotic frenzy. Fun fun things better than than easy. Twenty twenty i was gonna say armageddon two thousand one clip so some some thinking some of those maybe those annuals. Yeah but i mean honestly it's better than most is now all right. So yes if you listen to the will the last episode of At the verse or recovered the superman zero our shoes. Yes you heard that going forward at least for the immediate future we're gonna be doing. We are the night every monday we did it for the merch just like just like dc. We know itself yeah You know known worldwide. That man australia. Where ray all right say. Thanks for being your friend. Hey do drops. I don't care but he doesn't. He chooses not to all right so yeah so of course since we did the superman Zero hour tie in issues. You know the tie into the hundred episode of comic capers. Naturally you have do battening zero hour batman show. Why not the other side of that conversation. If you're listening to this on the podcast yes comic. Capers one hundred will be on thursday in a few days but yes we're covering the batmans era our tian's which were batman five eleven batman shed with about thirty one in detective comics. Six seventy eighth right. So should we jump into these. Let's all right so the first one of course and again. I mean these i remember reading these new. They seem kind of brock. Because this literally comes right after nightfall wall nights end so jean paul's out boom next issue zero hour yet really wanted him back in that suit because literally back like zero hour zero issues. And that he's out again and takes over as you do but they. They wanted their cash cow for the crossover. Alright so yes batman. Five eleven blotted Otherwise be honest true. Oh you went into wadi jean-paul valley zero hour. I'll tell you. Jason todd it all along anyway look speaking of popular. Look i mean they put night wing on the cover but he's not in this issue. They answered it seriously but gusts the bible batman night before zero from september nineteen ninety-four. I'm just gonna start with. I'm gonna practice this conversation with these weren't as strong issues. A superman burden me personally. This is like batman. Gotta be there all right so the synopsis in gotham city. While running away from batman the joker surprised to be apprehended by bats. Girl.
"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Hope for the play as doesn't want to talk about women. Talk superman support. That i didn't like the first to begin with the black doesn't mean i gotta watch it asked white and black lightning so that's a say you don't wanna give it a chance because i mean i guess all the other characters there but i was gonna say it's almost like a new show. A brand new lead. Lean here about a single person except for alice go. I know she's a again. Why didn't they just sure her. I let y'all know. I didn't mean the shade ruby but i know how ruby operated given vested inside that woman show late. I didn't she just had a thing. She's like colton haynes in thinking about committing shows last season. I just i don't wanna see that painful go off the cliff down the toilet edges Just give some penicillin. T ain't got the will to live. That's the problem that we have to realize that errors in dead era was the heart of it. It's gone there on the canary now. Moving on i know like years but it's on so the universe indeed. The thing we care about is dead. It's on it's on life support it would be dead if it wasn't for flash in clashes really get long in the tooth shaolin down. So i'm glad to see where we go this season at how many hands relations Now all right. i think we have sponsors. Pay these bills. yes but yes on. I like i said next week will be covering the batman issues of zero hour. There's only three of those so batman. Five eleven batman cheddar the bat. Thirty one and detective comics six seventy eight so he acknowledges the opposite about it. What would you that time. Timeless sustainable all those that name were on. Necessarily i enjoyed them. Yeah for the longest. It was just about a detective. And i thought that was like a good mix ledges Lunging bad though wasn't bad either on a quarterly or like an annual would have been fine and like legends of really to even. I don't want to say it didn't count. But it was like it was all. It's like the first hundred issues. Were like batman year one so it was like they're kind of out of continuity exactly but interesting choices are choices were made in. It was interesting. It was interesting experiment but batman came out on top so that might be. What do we know where does stupid veins stomach up to be a special. We do one day like just. All comics of the nineties on the decisions made comics. That came out. You know we need to do that. We do have an episode. Two hundred coming up. I'm figuring out i'm on board critique i was gonna say watch charlie charlie beach like told me where to be there remember. You're going to need to remember the numbers charlie. You're going to have to look that up on the wiki. I can't remember numbers. It's actually pretty good choice on what yes. so yes. Next week batman zero our issues. And yeah i think i found a good mix of style flaps towards the end of the year have episode fifty of. We are the night so for that. Oh wait till august people. I pulled off the some people will be like. That's impossible in august. we will have crossovers with. We are the night. Ultimate ultimate spider cast and the devil. You know narcissist they it. I love it my teacher to all right everyone. So yes the. Send your thoughts next week. Batman issues zero hour all leading into comic capers number. One hundred so. I'm just thinking long box boobs. Eli because you really like one hundred. She's folk bubis on her calculator everyday people anyway. So senator fox email was k- lunatics at jimoh dot com or call the voicemail six one four three eight two two seven three seven that six one four thirty a. capes and remember could follow well legend to the air over ledges of the versus. The social media will still be there on facebook on twitter. We still have the facebook group star labs. But hey if you want an ac one. An active show go follow. We are followed the batman podcast on facebook follow. We are the night on twitter. Hey agents of the back aura. Facebook group is almost three hundred members. So hey last. I looked i think our spiderman group of spiderman was like was it to away from one thousand so let us seriously come on kids and hey. Let's throw that batman thousand to come on kids that mandel we know this. It's a statistically proven fact. That's right see even drunk. She'd say that anyway. So call all the social media. Subscribe to youtube channel down so yes Smash that subscribe button on youtube links to On or again we're.
"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Big mood the they wouldn't have been safe anywhere back in metropolis. Lois records our thoughts on her tape. Recorder as the whole city is engulfed by entropy and fades to white yet last. Couple of pages white nothingness. Save on those pages instills than the big money. You know we need the money. it's choice. Sure buddy sure. Any nerves stored pinson price for two or three blank pages. Well monitored mama devils at a page from so this was a what your least favorite issue. It's still good but it's just mother's favourite outta the out of the issues. It is like you know my own. You can't do it. is it. also kind of like i mean. It's not the same exact thing but it's like we already did a parents things. Why are we going exactly. I guess they wanted to do the handovers of ood the kids. They don't three elsewhere. The first zero hour regarding looking fine fine l. Allow it the book. And i get but it's it's like the first issue. We got his friendship with that. May and the second one we got the parents already the third one. What if he had never met lois and again. We're back to the parents. It's like do something you know you go. The parents were very big influence during the true true. What unlike other characters superman had four shots this month. So it's like do something different every book. I think maybe somebody slept through the memo and it was too late. Baby maybe give.
"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"All right. So in the midst of zero hour superman fights storrow of an alternate timeline who conquered the world after defeating the justice league of america in their first battle leaving leaving the crisis. Be for the most part over. Thanks to his recent work in the future. Superman returns daily planet to talk to lois lane. Perry will talk to lois lane. Perry white suddenly fades from existence. He lived law did he. Did he have sex with his mother. Oh i was going to say cedar. He's become a ghost. Yes fates were resistant. Superman realizes that time must still be falling apart working its way forwards from the past. Jimmy can confirm that all over metropolis. People are beginning to disappear starting with the oldest superman quickly. Russia's off the ma and pa kent at they are only slightly. They're only slightly younger than perry. Wait was again. Back writing and smallville yet again superman finds himself in yet. Another alternate timeline where he needs a slightly younger. Jonathan and martha. Kent do not recognize in in this in this time line when young callow comes to earth in his tone ian birthing matrix because that was the thing instead of being found by the kindly. Kansas technology was stolen by nearby scientists emmett bail and was left for dead as an infant off time. Lunch from yes the Believes superman is one veils enforcers and now and after explaining fails eagles to him and inadvertently showing him a sample of kryptonite. Leaves him the billeted the him to their truck. The kenneth walker.
"zero hour" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"New he meets her the exact same way that matters relationships. You know if you read ogle's me and you know in certain he married bad Lillard near blacks. You need to put away all. You gotta lock down everything. Yeah exactly after proof silva razors like. Oh yeah a little lewis's slut you'll marry anyone exactly after briefly discussing their differences the two. Here's return to the rest of the world to fight in zero hour was the final countdown. Sadly so yes so let me. They really don't go in those origin but yet he was like at a roman century. Or whatever and these aliens take him and teach him things and when he comes back he doesn't realize how much time has passed as you knew. Damn quantum physics. They both attended goals. Wait were the aliens probing those time flies. We are being probed appear wait wait. I'm sorry i'm looking for the normal channel by my bad enough for that patriot. Kids she's code time flies when you can still twenty eighteen right. Wait twenty sixteen. Actually go back in time before before when we can go out in the sunlight. Well i never did. But roy but you have the choice choice to exercise actually honestly like if it wasn't for people dying the paintings pretty cool. Oh yeah more readily available amazon. On on on point with their delivery everybody actually target even there today shipping together. I'm just saying oh family. I'd i'd be fine. That'd be y'all stay here anyway. Seriously deliver now into denver booze. To get delivers i'm dislike landings with. Hey all my all my good friends. I talked to on a computer screen anyway. Even when a good times we got automatically skype superior shot out. The mind is no love. Y'all blake. you did skype dirty with teams in. You know what you did. I know th anyone out like besides if anyone may not like the end in this zoom my video camera along all their eight track is actually. I'm very tempted to buy nixon. Look i see you cannot doing sound effects mixer own now pay down on his coming look at johnson. Oh yeah we need more music or no. We need some kind of music for our movie. Reviews might be on the phone if the muss yes. Little help our demands. We cover har- movies again. I don't know like. I don't like being family ground in china. You know tiptoe around radar beams. Hard was so. I'm very excited. But like a little more focused in you know smaller group chat of movies that really like our definitive about it. That should definitely definitely are check. It out eventually get back together. He's big gambled all. But i don't know whatever happens here. The alpha century i mean again after zero hour. Forget how many months. Or so. After i mean they brought in that timelines version of the opposite tree. And he's like. Oh how do you know you know the super hot. It's like how do you mean it's like. Oh here's a story of a girl. I think he was. He kind of disappeared by the early to booster gold. I'm trying to. I mean i'm trying to remember. He might have done. A version of him wasn't new fifty. Two but i mean he's basically wallpapers basically background. I don't think they really haven't done much with him. Since yes name. Although there in the nineties he did get his own one shot. You know out of dc to do at one shot in the nineties. They had high hopes for you. Now they just do once out. Willy nilly i bet you they were trying to spend him off into something they're like now we reverse remain calm while city. Remember either so the guy that other that super bowl. I don't know maybe there's just like okay. We can kind of do superman. But we don't slap an s on his chest in that being either so low poll crime or team booker. Something you know hannibal's your bone and maybe a little beatles headquarter otherwise justice protect so the same. Somebody does you just state their their their their chance in wasted it. Hey new creative team. Coming in on superman mcadoo some or hey we at least to create a team. Haney edges for posting eagles. He key to a story about about they need to do. But i think that's what it's really With all the characters right now as it stands in the post rebirth aaron. It just feels like because everything. Matt everything counts nothing matters and we don't even do like deep dives we creatine characters because relieves the shots fired. Pop how modern helmets could never burn. My thought earned are ready to get to the last one it. We must what you didn't like it like it makes me fella ways so yes action comics seven zero three all written by david. Mika limi- who we've covered some of his spiderman issues who. They could definitely tell his writing style. He wasn't love their red and blue king followed him in. Hey man back. In the day man people were which is like leave. Marvel at dc back and forth back. And now everybody's bed marvel to hire them. You don't that's a good idea. You said ben affleck daredevil. He's we have daredevil. Troy cox quite nerds. Well i like the pen on dared. Oh oh breaking news for the first time in history will help our on a fan of cox so what happened in this issue villa. Alright so krono. Side is the title.
"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Hey all my all my good friends. I talked to on a computer screen anyway even when a good times we got an ultimate skype superior shot out. The mind is no love. Y'all you did skype dirty with teams in. You know what you did. I know th anyone out like besides if anyone may not like the end in this oh my video camera along all their eight. Trump is actually. I'm very tempted to buy nixon. Look i see you cannot doing sound effects mixer only now pay down on his coming look anchor patrons. Oh yeah we need more music or no. We need some kind of music for our movie. Reviews might be on the phone if the muss yes. Little help our demands. We cover har- movies again. I don't know like. I don't like being family ground in china. You know tiptoe around radar beams. Hard was so. I'm very excited. But like a little more focused in you know smaller group chat of movies that really like our definitive about it. That should definitely definitely are check. It out eventually get back together. The gambled all but i don't know whatever happens here. The alpha century i mean again after zero hour and how many months or so after i mean they brought in that timelines version of the opposite tree. And he's like. Oh how do you know you know the super hot. It's like how do you mean it's like. Oh here's a story of a girl. I think he was. He kind of disappeared by the.
"zero hour" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"Been think member all how dare you. The only one that matters in that group knows those other names on serious beyond saying the group. Ojos she it. She's not home so you know. Yeah 'cause you've gone. Nobody yeah you gotta talk to convince her to talk. Some ninety battled yes merged the zanu helped to lead crypt on new age was elected prefect the entire planet. It always hoped to search In both sides had always hoped the search for cal but it took decades for giral to formulate a serum that would free them from their dependence on krypton ian soil memories there at this point they were bonded to. That's why the of course the ian race takeoff ships While they ask cal l to return any uses crew burn was a burn reboot pearn while they ask kelo thought i am. We'll ask how old return with them. Superman figures out that the time normally currently affecting everything must be responsible for their presence that they are in fact native to another temporal reality. Clark initially declined thir- offer and they leave as their serum wearing off superman flies up meet their spacecraft as applies away and he says that he would still love to visit them up and just as they express proud. They are of him. A coronal discharge discharge causes them to disappear. They may wanna get back with the criminal charge metro and appears to come appears the comfort superman. Who's in despair. After feeling like he has lost his biological parents again and to remind him of the meeting in new york with all the other. Heroes superman says he will make the rendezvous before he does he flies back down to toews adoptive parents how much he loves and appreciates them as you should. That's right if the app pens. Write them a letter nellor tax. You love them. He emailed twenty. Twenty one emailed podcast. That email your parents but yes we'll see we'll see that meeting in new york in the regular zero hour miniseries on comic capers. One hundred we your round number yen visible y fifty blake boobs combat. Though i know right her curious. The triangle number on this one was thirty four. Now here's the triangle number. The thing didn't work out. We when they plan stuff. Okay so what did you think of this. One little mix you. Philip was tough on your heart strings. But i hate his biological mom. Technically did nothing wrong. But he's no marriage arousal. She's got bad life choices. She's like towing star junior. Sounds like out of here. You're remember we didn't know what a maniac giora was until bali known. I mean probably the the marlon brando is because he just having it. You know you're lower suffer me that kind of been like in my head candidate Dick decided to be a bit all makes. It couldn't remembers lines seriously. They say you know it wasn't. They didn't want you didn't remember them. He was above it but they need the karrueche religious. All the they said they actually like like Like wrote them out like Pasted them like around the sats oil. They did. He was difficult in the same because we could have got so much more valuable backstory about groups on. They had so much other stuff plan for that movie. And i think that it would even slightly better. Which is why you have to watch. Donna donna to or or buts or you're just missing so much began so early. I just don't like drove because of that lately. That weird association. I didn't get what they were trying to do it. But i don't have a problem with the single issue in this in this whole run zero hour. I mean it's you know it's you know we're time stuff so it's like you know you get a chance to what if what's the flash point you know. Here's this letter. Whoa yeah it's like what's the biggest. What if for wall superman. What if the whole planet didn't explode. But you know for all of them. It's like you know it's just plain of fascist pregnant. I know over there planet in good time meat but you had to do. The dead parents thinks even next week. We'll get to that. There was a batman issue. Where if the parents die yet. Oh we got that number. That dairy smash points all right so to the third one new it Not only is it a zero hour issue but kinda sorta introduced us to a character before he officially joined the cast. All right adventures of superman five. Sixteen the hero of metropolis. Not who you think. Mind all right so in the middle of zero hour superman goes back to check on his home in metropolis and finds himself in an alternate timeline. Entering entering the daily planet. Is clark kent investigate. He grabs his wife lows for kissing it. Slapped as a pervert what what were you. Are you reading from the whitney or reading from a site database. I'll sometimes it's very hitless. Realizing clark does not exist in this timeline. He goes back out to explore a superman again almost immediately. He needs metropolises current protector. The alpha censure ian who is fighting a villainous name. Bloody mary oh man. Every little help fireplace bloody marys every friday night. That's the bridge on sundays on though she tries to kill him. Mary also appears to be strangely. Attracted to the century Again superhero neville and typhoid. Mary bloody mary typhoid mary. Zone in the local police force arrives the one hundred. There's your cw along with maggie sawyer. Jim harper superman. Jim harper kids. Because nobody else does never when he was the guardian kids for mci brooks b. r. o. He saw the writing on giggle. The macabre saw the writing on the wall now and dingle he was supposed to be thinking. We wanna do it though. Y'all do what you want. Superman and bloody marys capturing escorts the wounded century and back to his headquarters at what was formerly. Laura little healing at the former formerly lex core tower where he rejuvenates his injuries in healing liquid. The aqua vite mike. Del lazarus pit water. Which is it's a fancy name for lancers paying better than see in the wheel. That that's all i now better. So thought they fail to see censuring explain his origin superman in shock superman by introducing him to his girlfriend. Lois lane the original catnip beyond was superhero catinat lows lanes original This.
"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Beyond. I know but you know down said batman that man they read it today. That's exactly what happened to me. Twenty twenty two exactly. Wash the flesh. But yes. The third batman from earth to arrives favored. One won the nineteen thirties. Hanging them off the bat plane on also talks about he was likely looking damn straight and also talks about any time all while we should do some of those earlier in the night. All right. well we will. We'll get there. I have no doubt. Oh yes and also talks about time confusion batman from earth. One discussed the anomaly. He quickly morphs into the nineteen ninety-four. Kelly jones batman wasn't that current that man but he was. He wasn't supposed to be current out as the concert begins. Perry white and his wife are sitting with keith white. Trying to enjoy the music. Moi's adopted son kief when keith thinks he sees his real mom and runs after her. The the out there buddy who the batmans yes. This summer says not batman batmans. Continue you continue to morph into different temporal versions of themselves. As a mutant sniper shoots babe on stage superman in the three batmans jump into action to stop the mutants including a large tank. Wait never mind will say mutants vs boy from teen titans go batmans babe continues on with the concert as part of her finale turns into a large vampire bat and flies off of. That's right she's a vampire rockstar slash vampire for okay with jimmy. Jimmy olsen her friend. He's everyone's friend. Goes backstage with ron. To hang out with her and he compliments her on the great special effects of her show. The red headed stepchild. That's all other reasons. Special sex klay talking about her cleavage. Superman takes the knowledge is eight. Batman superman takes the baton made up your mind summary. Batman men are batman. Superman takes the batman to emil hamilton to see if he can discover what is going on they continue to morph and then eventually vanish as superman. Here's a high pitch signal. He leaves to investigate in. It is the batman from his time. Line he also mentioned the time anomaly as metro an appears and warns of a cosmic crazes. And we will see the other's we will see the other side of this conversation how batman gets to it next week. The crypto nian vessel. Rives at the kent. Farm in smallville when jonathan kent answers the door his surprised the see jor el and laura layer lord gov exploded planet. So what's been it definitely is a an attention. Grabber is definitely peer out. Haywar here grabbed your cash nerd. Give me all your money just with all the family. Give.
"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Ledger again sixty seventies batman you know look eats on adam west killed. Something's sorry not not. Not not by charlie where that has a patch of owner. We're doing now ours are that's charlie job. I love that drop. I love that draw. Ours are so yes band says. There's the eared warranted about a time anomaly. Causing people from the past who appear in the present superman mentions has broken back in. Batman says he never broke his back brick. No man unbeatable likable. Meanwhile in-space a crypto nian vessel is speeding its way towards earth which will get to next next issue. Jimmy jimmy ron arrive at the concert. Grounds excited for the concert to begin while the new group riot girls hip because ours are stop by a bouncer from visiting babe in her trailer. Somebody came a little late to the general grams party. But it's okay so it wasn't going to say it's a singer not a pig. Oh a group of mutate mutants. From frank miller's dark knight returns arrive in attack jeb. friedman hoping to stop the car. You break maryland. Searching in the funds it will track read the rebuilding a metropolis a second batman or thirty one. Arise this one also from that man. Let's be real. Oh this one. Also from frank miller's dark knight returns he stops the mutants and encounters superman with the other batman. He also mentioned the time anomaly. A third batman or two right hand. Now there's three of the. Hey hey batmans always. Hey we always say how popular batman is man the beginning of the end zuber man to quite blank The raynham superman will go.
"zero hour" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"So should we hit him with the news or should we wait till the on news at the end. Okay him at the end all right. Well all right everyone. So we're back for superman episode or countdown to Poll as there were true but yes. We're counting down the comic capers. One hundred zero hour episodes so of course tonight. We're going to be covering the superman. Tiny requisite prerequisite nobody's bryan. Oh that's right. I better see one zero our article. Brian suzhou controller. Gosh just hit a button and you should like move your lips to it. We'll work on for the patient wanna know. Trump's can be doing the patriarch halo anyway. so yes. So we are covering the september nineteen ninety-four issues. Like i said the superman teen issues zero hour. So superman the man of steel thirty seven superman volume two number ninety three adventures of superman five sixteen and action clearly sorely missed rickenbach. What adventure superman in action comics seven zero three solely. Let's return form to get quality almost gone guys doing that job. He's almost on way. Oh okay okay. Sorry must be slow tonight. Yes is didn't mark. Hamas can never this modern comics constantly amid at this point. This is tie tie ins crossovers. Everyone had at least one zero hour every department at least one zero our issue actually late the way that they did this better than they did. The infinite crisis on infinite earths. I this is my preferred reboot. Oh nice so. Then we'll get more into the actual reboot when we on comic capers. One hundred stay tuned all right so yup again superman at four months four books a month so yes. He got four zero hours. She's i know it's you cast. Hey remember when. Superman was popular enough to maintain four monthly books ideal and the quarter and the quarterly. I really do and when he was minute prime. We never knew how good we had it in so we lost amazon complaining about the data. Superman the splitting models books. And all that stuff. Honestly all those books for better for worse. You had to kill superman to do that. Drama business you know in cost speculation the fallout from it. I did enjoy the four books because it gave a different facet. Now he's very one note. And that's unfortunate. they wanted. They wanted to marry him but they had to wait for that. Your favourite lewis and clark t show. Hey they didn't have to chosun kind of that they go to be there at the There's a lot more to that. And if i ever pin down robert singer hashtags family proper. I will In question about that all right so we'll pin a man down all right as you did all right so we should get to them. The first one. Let's talk about it all right. So lay that the nets zombie superman the man of steel number. Thirty seven like we said. Oh these are all from september ninety. Four countdown to zero. Say all right all right so begin jet jeb. Friedman is taunting clark in front of lois. Walla walla concert at being set up lowest court leave and start to head back to the planet. Oh yeah the metropolis has been trashed. Yes thank you lex luther. You leave my husband alone so my and when tell more devious most retold toes brilliant more now lois and clark leave and start to head back to the planet. The daily planet when superman sees a message signaling him in morris code. He changes in the superman and heads off to roof where he needs batman from earth. One superman doesn't recognize that. This is the nineteen sixties nineteen seventies neal adams version of batman retro. Batman says that. He's there to warn him. That there might. There might be a time anomaly. Causing people from the past to appear in the present superior.
"zero hour" Discussed on What If World
"If Alabama Zero did is owned addictive bug as now I see what's happening With thanks for giving me my own shoe. Dundee. Wonderful. Thank you. Bye before things get mysterious have a shoutout for Elliot's age nine and his brothers Benicio and neurons. Doing shadowed on my gritty detective podcast Alabama we are okay. Did anger shout out for miles who just turned five happy belated birthday. He's a five time champion of the kindest in Caring Award and he always says, yes to adventure and occasionally humanizes Black Panther on I've gotTA shout for Wells Age six who loves UNICORNS AND PLAY STANDARDS Henry Age five. And then there's this brothers from. North Carolina and Natan Age nine an hour new age. Things were those greedy true crime shoutouts. They had nothing to do with crime really get into a first investigation. All right which of our cases would we be telling them about Basta. They gum in with this excuse me what am I, GonNa sit in a studio and talk them for an hour. That's lazy. Dot Com slash about me the me being lazy version I understand sort of so we walked this crime. Let me tell you a little history of the holidays in whatever his that's really necessary. Of course it is shows go zero hour because I judged them zero dollars for an hour's worth of deductive bug guest it's it's not because your name is Alabama zero. How Good of work actually, what am I gonNa do with all these business. Never mind that. Tell us about this mystery. Well, I don't know what it is these dimes or what if question is hidden out there in whatever Changing things around without knowing and the only way to find out is to follow the clues to solve the mystery. Let's get banter I like A. Big Up where I left off, it's not really could band when you call out the fact that we're entering why not but people shouldn't be ashamed of there bander who trying to talk about mysterious. When only clue is at this question tremendous in material. And is involves Alarcon and the what easy and holiday known as Halloween. Of course, we don't celebrate. Halloween. What if we're now instead we've got an entire month known as spook Toba dire month of Spooky holidays like swap heads day and treat or eat that's probably the closest to your Halloween that's rate but dreary day got cancer. Sadly did maybe that the first clue a wonderful. So why don't we skip ahead to the scene of the crime? No no very least. Zero hour in it's a twenty minute walk to the end of the crime. So I'm going to spend the next twenty minutes dogging about the history of what if holidays that sounds tedious. Thank you. Who's going to be editing this podcast by the way but maybe you You've got Magic Mana computer. So I could say take out that's. Boring. I mean if you can find anybody that's what if worlds very first holiday was called first holiday they called versed day first day because it was the first day that anyone ever came up with and they gave up with it on the first day that anyone ever imagined a if world. Now, the second holiday let me check my notes you know use quite predictably, but the second holiday was called holiday after. First, holiday day I remember hearing you'RE A. Lot more holidays to doug about it. Maybe we'll cover them on the way back fascinating stuff. I. Definitely probably might not edit any of that out the strange choice of words release only if you think about them but let's think about this case. Now, you said at the scene of the crime rate look around we're in the middle of the street I see that. But what don't you see I don't see anything really exactly it's treat day in what if? No one's out there treat or eating exit. told me. It was canceled this year and many parts of what if world canceled Bush student. But she did say canceled found at at school then schools where we stand and why we just walk all the way out into the street because. Gassed. GotTa. Keep things that. Now as we walk to the observatory, that's not where she goes to school yet it's closer and where we walk there, let's tell everyone about the storied history of dreary. Day. So another twenty minutes about the history of imaginary holiday exactly. We're going to get to that fool zero hour. Yes. Fine. Go ahead edible things I came alive on what if there was a big problem with people trying to eat each? Other. That's why they came up with treat day where people give each other non tugging food rather than eating one another bill started after the First First Holiday Day celebration celebration they were celebrating celebration naturally because they didn't have that many holidays to celebrate back then a young detective named Alabaster negative sixty to notice some people had been getting eaten. So she decided to invent detective day to that she could investigate. To twelve years later. What are we? Don't we we're in that's why those concerned with grammatical gratitude colored the Holiday Inn which we give treats to others in order to prevent that others from eating us day. Fascinating. If you apply yourself to your detective work like you did to holiday history, you might be exactly as a detective as I already am quiet while we're at the observatory, let's do some detective work these always a strangely empty and.
One-Stop Reality Escapes Week
"This week's theme is one stop reality. Escapes the. Curator is Elena Fernandez. Collins who writes the audio dramatic newsletter. Here's why Elena chose this theme. Hi. My name is Elon and on this collins and themed shows is one stop reality escapes. Chose this theme because our consumption habits are necessarily changing, and then means sometimes you need a one time promise, and not a long term commitment. These episodes are escapes into fiction, the length of a movie or shorter. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Elena along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode comes from the Big Luke podcast and it's called surfacing. It's thirty five minutes long. About this podcast. From QR RX Paul, Bay presents otherworldly stories from around the globe, every season feature, six distinct episodes, highlighting the strange, wonderful and often harrowing experiences of those living on the outer edges of the known world. In this episode, a Japanese Alma diver recounts the story of the love of her life through her daughter. The next episode comes from the sci-fi presents podcasts and is called CERBERUS REX. It's eighty four minutes law. In this audio drama Dr Annabella Korea a professor of astrophysics at Hawks More University travels upon request by a former colleague to well station, a research facility, performing experiments on a mystery of physics in an underground cave, a natural explorer Anna Russia's to view the phenomenon firsthand and accompanied by well station security slash containment officer. Benjamin Wynn guard is soon staring down at a marvel hidden deep, then not so deep. The next episode comes from the outliers podcast and is called. Sleep. It's twenty four minutes long. In this episode. Johanna for or cannot sleep. She is caught in the heat and fervor of the peasants revolt, as she joins the masses on their march to London, seeking an end to the poll tax in pursuit of justice. She leads a group into the Tower of London where they dragged Simon Sudbury to the executioner's block for a taste vengeance. The next episode comes trust from zero hours is called those familiar spirits. It's thirty six minutes long. In this episode, Seventeen, twenty, two in the American colonies, and the priest has his world turned upside down when a woman comes into the church, claiming to be a witch, and in possession of knowledge about the imminent end of the world. The last episode of the week comes from. Make believe, and it's called Bra. It's sixty one minutes long. This audio drama is a brave girls. Journey through the land of many monsters adapted from a Mexican Folk Tale by Nancy Garcia Loza. Those are the PODCASTS and episodes recommended by Atlanta Fernandez Collins for this week's theme. One Stop Reality Escapes.
MLBPA roadblocks await MLB's proposed 2020 return
"We are awaiting baseball guys but we were pushing sort of zero hour in the approach to any proposed two thousand twenty season as the of once again labor strife Intensification I mean this is like a preemptive strike we they're rattling their sabers on the union about about money and guys. I think I speak for a trillion baseball fans We don't WanNa hear about your money spat right now. We don't want to hear about money. Just get it done get proposal you may want WanNa hear about money. You may not want to hear about money but every labor dispute in the past. Bob has been over money. And this one's this one's GONNA end up being over money to and you may have seen Blake Snell The Tampa Bay pitcher. Hey I'm not playing if you're not giving me my money You know this is a guy who had a had a great season seasons ago. Do you know sign a huge contract. As a result of that is now do about Somewhere between seven and ten million dollars for this year and is saying if I can't get Alvin I'm not playing. It's not worth the risk. Now there will be others who feel the same way who aren't going to be vocal about it. And they are being asked. Let's be clear about this. I they were being asked to take a prorated salary which would mean if they're going to have an eighty two game season they're going to get paid approximately half of what they were going to get. Now they're being asked to take to split. The
UK Immigration: No visas for low-skilled workers, government says
"It's been a busy week. What with the new immigration guidelines coming out. So let's me tell panel Naomi Smith CEO of the campaign group best for Britain hollow naming. Hello what do you make of the much ballyhooed points based immigration system because there are no visas for low skill workers people coming in to offer work from approved sponsor no benefits to their grunted indefinitely to remain? It's pretty tough isn't it? It's awful. Let's face it. That gloves are off. This is exactly not what people want. And I'll come onto that in a second We've got proof that it isn't It will cripple social care. It will hurt. Hospitality are most of all it just sends a really horrible signal about what Britain is who we are in the kind of society or government is attempting to make us be it is about being a closed protectionist society and not an open one earlier In Twenty Twenty veteran did some MVP polling on freedom of movement and even fifty seven percent of Conservative voters in the twenty one thousand nine hundred general election support reciprocal freedom of movement. There are only twelve percent of the country who are outright against it On on our side they're about fourteen percent of not as who are absolutely happy to accept inbound freedom of movement even if we don't have reciprocated by the rest of the EU. And so. I I think this is awful. I think we need to be talking about essential workers rouses unskilled and low-skilled. Everybody knows that if you've got an aging population you've either got to have policies to change you know to make it more palatable for couples to have more children and to increase your birth rate or you have to import your population to look after your your your elderly. And at the moment we're doing neither An even if we were to start doing some of the policies that encourage people to take more paid parental leave and therefore incentivize people. I leave the workplace. In order to have children it would take decades to get to the levels that we would need after all people and basically what this is about urging companies to replace what they call low skilled jobs with robots but you know in the sector and lots of hospitality we simply can't replace people with robots certainly not yet and I'm sure most of us wouldn't want our loved ones being careful by a machine when it could be in a nice caring individual who's dedicated their life to looking after people and it's a big red burden Big Red tape burden Now as well on employ sorority railroad quite pressed because they are not going to have to assess how staff meeting eligibility criteria. And they've already got lots of other things to do so I think for a variety of reasons. We all just go to admit this is awful. And not what? Britain wants 'CAUSE PRISSY PATEL. This morning was saying that basically there were millions of economically inactive people in which population who were just just wasting apparently takeovers low skill jobs. But of course unemployment Ashley. Very low with me it is. I mean they've got to decide which which is true because both things can't be We do have record unemployment but we also have record numbers of in-work poverty Look to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation recent report on people law under employed to an extent but much of the time. They're doing more than one very bad job that they don't want to be doing. They're feeling very insecure. Their low pay zero zero hours These are unfulfilling jobs on making people. Happy the on empowering them to be the best versions of themselves and to live happy fulfilling lives so which is that government. We either have record unemployment and You know a and they want to disregard all these levels of relative poverty that the people like Joseph Ranch Foundation as saying are true or we have quite high unemployment and there are people to pick up the slack when the so called low skilled European migrants no longer eligible to come it it. You know. It's just it is ridiculous. You're quite right to call hours.
Iva Toguri D'Aquino Pardoned - January 19, 1977
"Hello everybody I'm eve and you're tuned into this day in history class a show where we travel full back in time one day at a time. Today is January nineteenth twenty twenty and the day was January nineteenth nineteen seventy seven. US President Gerald. Ford Ford pardoned Iva degree Keno a Japanese American broadcaster more than two decades after she was released from prison that Kino also known on as Tokyo rose have been convicted of treason for aiding Japan during World War. Two Tokyo rose was actually the name that Allied Service People gave women who broadcasted on Japanese propaganda. Radio Dottino became synonymous with the label. Tokyo rose but there were many broadcasters who worked to demoralize soldiers sailors and Marines in the Pacific Keno grew up in Los Angeles in nineteen forty one months months before the Pearl Harbor bombing and the US is entry into World War Two. She went to Japan to take care of her sick aunt. She left with an identification nations card but no passport while in Japan she went to the US vice console to get a passport saying she wanted to go back to the US. Her application was sent to the State Department but before her passport was issued. The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Aquino was stuck in Japan during during the war there. She refused to bow to Japanese pressure to renounce citizenship and become a Japanese citizen. She attended Japanese language and culture school and she worked for the Dome News Agency but Japan would not grant her a food ration card and it was hard to make ends meet in late. Nineteen team forty three. She began working as an announcer and DJ for radio. Tokyo's propaganda broadcasts at the time. Allied prisoners of war. Her were forced to broadcast propaganda. Dottino started broadcasting on a program called the zero hour under the name orphan and she was one of many women who spoke American English and announced for these propaganda broadcasts which were sent out to. US troops they made statements designed designed to lower troops. Morale played popular songs and broadcast news. She made a reported one hundred fifty yen or at seven dollars per month. armie analysis determined that the propaganda broadcasts did not having negative effect on troop morale but there are supposed concern with Giocchino the fact that she seemed to have intelligence on US ship and troop movements based on her broadcasts after the Japanese surrendered in nineteen forty five reporters found out about her broadcasts and interviewed her. After gaining notoriety for her press and becoming associated with the moniker Tokyo rose US US authorities arrested and questioned her. She claimed that she never called herself. Tokyo rose and her broadcast which was true. There was no evidence that any any broadcaster even call themselves. Tokyo Rose U. S. military occupiers released her after detaining her for a year since they did not have evidence that she committed crimes against the US but the case against Aquino was reignited when she requested a US passport again and veterans groups and broadcaster. Walter winchell spoke out against her return and alleged crimes the US Justice Department reopened her case. She was arrested did for treason sent to San Francisco and put in county. Jails pre trial started in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine during the trial. She said that she had never made disloyal statements and that she had even tried to thwart the broadcast effectiveness by including double meanings still. She was convicted on a single count of treason then for speaking into a microphone. Concerning the loss of ships was the only woman who broadcast it for Radio Tokyo. Who was known to be an American citizen citizen? She was sentenced to ten years in prison. And a ten thousand dollar fine. She served six years and two months of her sentence and was released early for good behavior. The government tried to deport her but she resisted those efforts. She ran a grocery store and gift shop in Chicago and sought apart in with breath persistence. She maintained that she even secretly gave food and medicine allied. POW's in Japan though she had a lot of detractors. There were are also people who supported her and were skeptical of the government's case journalist. Ron Yates of the Chicago Tribune found out that two former radio Tokyo employees who testified against I
What Are the Goals of Extinction Rebellions
"Extinction billion has a remarkable organized structure but it is basically a massive lines of affinity groups with and demands and the universal commitment to nonviolence one group had the idea to delay a commuter train accounting town in East London violence flat on a protest was dragged off the roof of the train and settled on commuters the BBC was criticized for integrating commuters interviewing police but not talking to testers this action led to much soul searching in extinction rebellion in criticism of the action why block public transport went public transport is a green alternative why block commutes an area of London where people may be online ages zero hours contracts and a likely to lose disproportionately forbade late for work the counting town incident was one the few the goat full media coverage Nora Cox traveled from your to be part of the London rebellion she told me why Laura welcome and thanks for talking to these sustainable futures report so I believe you're a journalist and you decided that your place was at the rebellion in London at the beginning of October did you for the whole week two weeks I was any night that I stopped of the at the International Rene decidedly due to relief reasons by too much time today right and how'd you been on any sort of protest light not before it done small actions in York in the past but they were by no means as Intense Exchange in London it was this the same theme extinction rebellion in different course same I've been involved for about six months now the school strikes and things like that yes yes won't quite big so you decided to go to London what did you expect the process to achieve I expected the protests to achieve publicity ultimately that is the number one aim right now because in order to take action into have recognition and at the moment none of us in exon including myself we see as a problem recognition and paying instead of actually entitled rising Helga things all so did you think that it would build on the reaction Easter I hoped it would hayward how will you actually done that full life on Sunday night And I was that Monday Monday's Dan my rusty often in that arrest arrested on Monday Monday on the first day at three and fourteen because I was there around abolished uh-huh yeah I believe we met actually briefly taught us how this happened when I met you yes he was sitting in the middle of millbank and of people and everything was was very sort of relaxed there weren't that many police around old out later on in the afternoon the numbers did increase a lot so how did it affect you when she saw from the morning it was quite a quiet and there was no great antagonising going on but the problem was the people divers in the road with excluding a handful of others want as we head spiky anything turnabout in despite yet you on the mold waiting Yanti agitate basically and that was that was not the same level of spiking as across that said we would come 'cause we get through the right bulk of wouldn't say for example ambulance during which we all agreed to do next let the ambulance through for all these reasons but then we wouldn't ask him police call street because they had blue emergency lights on which anybody's cocker put the Blue Emergency Light Song Yang to question whether or not that's genuine a few of us were getting quite no no annoy that just wasn't occasion of tactics that roadblock and all day we did manage to hold the road for what it was quite frustrating because wasn't really functioning that well so not as far as that would have been in arrestable situation had everybody banded together and bidden same level of quite quite spiking for few hours eventually police attitude as she say code lasts no more more more more more and they were actually pushing a star either side kind of cooling in on male by tents inventories take down and then we told told back we realize some time now we can put it back again and while other groups and other sites distracting the police that was odd jobs do put up some infrastructure but of course we couldn't get any infrastructure up because things have already being compensated taking away and already lots of police people there so you yeah it was quite difficult situation couldn't foods a food Tent or kitchen or welcome tent to we just had the actual tencent sleeping and I was actually arrested later on the afternoon by not moving from attacked he didn't move I wasn't at hand I didn't move right because earlier on my soul the police talking to people and saying to them you know a few go away will leave you alone but if you don't move gone to arrest you so will you given the opportunity to come out of the tension walk away or multiple times giving up until you were postage I was I was trying to event and I was taken to Croydon Custody Santa where I spent e the evening gene and the morning Tonto they release you nearly free at around eleven. Am they're about seven and the previous evening and have you been charged I have been released under instigation so I haven't been charged but there is every likelihood that I will be charged it just depends on how this guy is obviously not more arrested in time so they obviously let's move chance that we may not get charged but I feel like if you go to pick yourself arrestable position unique to accepted that that is the reality many it's probably happened did you expect that you would be arrested when you actually set off for London yes I'd had training I've taken uh-huh nonviolent direct action NBD trainings that I was prepared for that to happen I feel like at someone you identity dependence the D. B. S. check by needs keithly no-one relies on me I'm very independent I am sort of textbook arrestable as as far as people go Marshall Civility to put myself forward for that to be it needs to winning that happens oh you didn't so you are what do you think that this autumn rebellion has achieved I hate that it achieved more publicity and I would really have been why would I know that has led to is to started we'll conversations around this topic I can speak to people now they know succinct That's the whole point because as I said before you need to acknowledge before you can and it's the starting these conversations the most important thing and when you go out of people on the street outside Westminster that will not go away that's how you start the conversation as annoying it's difficult is that may be it's we have to start talking about the con- ignore anymore when extra me well we have a few shoots planned in Newark obviously nowhere near the scale of what went on in London obviously weighed indexing rebounding very casual that we don't we use the burn out because he puts so much energy you put yourself wholeheartedly into these things in it can be very taxing individuals we try to be very mind full of people's well-being net will help physical help so now we're having a bit of a breather that we're going to gather all shuttles height for comeback with something else I would like to see is more community engagement I think it's obviously you talked earlier about the canning town fiasco idea but he typically when you have affinity groups acting completely there are a coach and ten public opinion in the world action because reading we should be working together and not so we need to do in extinction rebounding is to build movement rather than constantly be pushing and pushing and pushing we need to be having conversations on one to one level with people which is what I'm an advocate for
Zillow's Data Competition Upgrades Zestimate Accuracy
"Best guess data derived to be sure of what a particular home is worth. My hand is raised by the way, the online real estate company, Zillow crunches data from users and it takes market conditions and location into account as it comes up with said zest moment margins of error matter though in data sign so the company did a contest a million dollar prize to whoever figured out how to improve its zest algorithms. The most Jordan Mayer is a data. Scientist also a member of the winning team. Welcome to the program. Hi, thanks for having me. First of all congratulations on the big win. How did this come to pass? I how did you find out about the the contest? Well, it was kind of hard to miss I guess a million dollar prize in the data science community razors in my mouth. All right. So for the lay people among us explained to me how you did this. I mean, everybody's pretty much familiar with Zillow they've got this estimate. They grind some numbers. They wanted to make it better. And you said I can do that you and your teammates how well they they gave us about ten years of data for about ten million houses in the United States, and we crunch that data using several different machine. Learning techniques combined our models together. And then got the is estimate error rate down from about four and a half percent to four percent. I'm gonna ask another lay person question here is that a lot four and a half percent. The four percent. Yeah. I think so I mean, it's a thirteen percent reduction in error, those are generally pretty hard to come by. When you have a sophisticated mature model like estimate, tell me why it matters that why does a more accurate zest Zammit make a difference? I think for most people their home is probably the most significant investment of their. Lives. And so, you know, having the information that you might need to make an informed decision there, especially making sure that that is accurate is gonna help a lot of people, you know, invest wisely. Yeah. Was this a trial and error thing that you guys did? I mean, you set up an algorithm, and you crunch the numbers. And you saw what happened? And then you went back and did it again. Oh, yeah. I mean relentlessly. It was just I think my teammate Nima Shabazz e said for every idea that works there were hundreds that didn't work, but we kept going. I'd say that's pretty spot on how much time did this take away from your day job, man. Oh when the into last month the competition all three of us pretty much went to zero hours with work. I think we're all estimating something around four hundred hours each for the for the full length of the competition. Wow. Is there a limit to how good Vizakhapatnam it can get them in you? You got yourself thirteen percent reduction, and and obviously the company benefits could it could it get to. I don't know two percent. I think two percent might be pushing it. I mean, there's certainly some. Randomness that will never be able to control. There's probably people who see a house, and it reminds them of their childhood home. And there's no way algorithm could ever anticipate that and how much they'd be willing to pay. But I do think there's probably still still room for improvements. And I'm sure so it's going to be working on that million dollar prize split three ways, you get three hundred something thousand dollars, and then you gotta pay taxes. And then what are you gonna do with your money, man? Well, I'm currently spending. My evenings browsing Zillow for investment property. Of course, you are do you trust? All right. Here's the question. Do you trust disaster? I do I mean it was extremely difficult to get improvements over the estimate. So I I now have some insight into what small things I can consider that might help me mentally adjust fair enough Jordan Meyer. He's he's a data scientist
"zero hour" Discussed on Important, Not Important
"Like we all fucking there that it was just seeing how disaster is like poor policy can be for people until about pushed me until I carrying about the environment. And I've kind of been trying to navigate how I myself can be active, not fight, whether it'd be going to town halls and holding people accountable or raising donations for people that can't even during the water that comes out of. Their sings, like something I'm still trying to figure out. I think that's something a lot of us are still trying to figure out. So I wonder if there's a version of and maybe you guys already have this. Are there any sort of. You know materials because the thing we talk about a lot is is you know people both see the biggest. They see the issues most clearly on their local level. Literally, like you said, the water in their area or the air in their area, but and it's also where they can have the biggest effect, you know, talking to their city council or their mayor or whatever, or or running for office. Have you guys developed any sort of materials or tools that are youth focused that they can use to take that sort of action to go talk to their little to their city council or their high school or or to start a more local chapters of zero hour, things like that. Just to give them a head start on taking action. Yeah, we have currently right now we're focusing on congress, but Chris there is like a short congressional break, at least for the house. And so we've been urging people to go to town halls, but we know that can't be our only end major focus because congress really haven't done anything exhibits been created..
"zero hour" Discussed on Warm Regards
"To help support this amazing initiative synergy madeline thank you so much for joining us today it was so fun to hear about this this work thanks so much yeah yeah best of luck you have our on wielding support yeah so yeah and i would say you know we're work like yours is what helps get me out of bed in the morning so i feel like you guys can do what you're doing the neck indefinitely a i can get out of bed yeah for sure well now we'd like to to wrap up our show with a new segment we've started which is is an ask me anything or ask us anything literally asked remission an i anything you would like to know about us whether that is you know what our favorite distortion scifi novel is or what we binge eat at the end of the day after reading terrible climate change news how the carbon cycle works you know anything you'd like to know so we've had a couple of submissions and actually for this particular one i'd like to invite our guests madeleine the nausea if you feel like answering the the ama feel free we we had to remissed you wanna introduce our first question sure shores we've we've moved with these questions we generally throw them out over twitter you know the the aska's anything and so the first one that came in was what is our favorite type of or your favorite kind of sock yeah that's from sara murray who incidentally spoiler alert is going to be joining us as as another rotating co host which i'm super stoked about she was on the show previously for a really great episode about me too in the climate movement end yeah so so ceremony would like to know what our favorite type of socks are ramesh do do you have favorite socks you know i have i have to say the smart wools are really i know i'm sorry that might also be the only brand of sock that i take yuli familiar with if you really red sox ecologists know about right them unfortunately wear with our berkinstocks too often and if you have the tow loop than you push the toeloop down so that you can put the frontal socks over iraq ranked nova those are some posts comfortable sides i'll tell you that they were willing to hike in the field and you know in the classroom i guess whatever that yeah they have some like really they've like there's fashioned ones there's like performance wins actually have like running socks like i gym socks that are smart wolves that have lasted me like a decade so smart will if you're listening to this you should definitely become a sponsor of the podcast because we just gave you a lot of for advertising so i don't know the nausea your madeleine do you have favorite socks that's a silly question i would i guess say maybe tow socks in the winter off nice it is it is or even if you don't know the brand do you have do you have a particular like particular pair socks every time you put on your like oh yeah i'm home now i do not do you i don't well no i don't i don't i have a pair of socks that i got a whole bunch of alaska wildlife on it but you know that until necessarily mean anything but only them out at certain times a year i i'm just i'm sorry i've just feeling like dear zero hour we would love to have you on our show where we're going to ask you lots of really important deep questions about movement in her like folks just gonna drop socks on you but so our second question actually gets us a little bit back on topic in a little more serious which is from zach throckmorton who is a biological anthropologist on twitter asks us what are your favorite conservation or climate change focused activists slash charitable organizations and i love this question because people are constantly asking me where they should give their money so for me some of my favorite narrowing downs really hard i other than zero hour which is my new favorite one i would say one of my favorites is the climate science legal defense fund which i'll throw out there just because they're doing a lot of amazing work and they're not necessarily on people's radar so just think about the fact that we have to have a climate science legal defense fund because of attacks on climate scientists so that's that's one that comes.
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"Think now i see why why we screwed up so badly not not to say anything even of a baby boomers etc before us but yeah we we kinda got started but we did a really bad job and i and i don't like i don't mean to joke and not trying to make light of just how badly you know we the previous generations have failed because this is something that i mean i feel failed by previous generations to but i didn't come to that awareness until you know until my thirties really and so now it's like all right what can we do from here yeah so i would say well i guess i want to hear from you tonight jian madeline like what you know for people who are over twenty five what would you like from us like how can we help it's not going to be all us at the march obviously all ages of people who are in support of you know the voice and climate action general are absolutely welcomed to participate in the events that we've land and kind of support us in any way possible in delivering these demands to government yet and you can vote exactly so the nadji will this be your first of november be or first election to vote yeah so i think our connecticut primary is in august and then i'll be voting in november gosh that's awesome i i don't know i i love i've always loved voting it just feels like i have this very idealized sense of what boating is and what it represents and i know it doesn't always work out that way but i still geek out about voting every time so i'm really i'm really excited for you because that first time is just a really it's a really special thing so i'll ask another question so i'm out here in the middle of the country and i know i have a number of by students that are passionate about climate change but again we're in a very different sort of political environment here compared to the northeast and so what would you suggest students in the middle of the country how can they if they can't make it to dc what can they was the best thing for them to do what do you recommend is the most impactful thing for them to do on july twenty i honestly i would say if there really is a group of people on in that area than star sister march i mean there are going to be independently run sister marches all around the world really in this country and then also in london stockholm etc so yeah there are bunch of youth who are kind of joining our our mission to be heard near climate and that is possible and it looks like looks like there's a tool to find sister marches on your website but if if if there isn't one nearby what's the best thing how could somebody if they wanted to start a sister march do they reach out to you do you know they reach out just by against social media was the best way for them to do that so you could send a message to our instagram account at this zero hour in also like are some cases that we've had that like people just don't have enough support in their communities for a sister march on even if like you just have a small group of like ten people you can always just go meet with your mayor or i don't know like sustainability director at your local government city hall like whatever i'm in you can.
"zero hour" Discussed on Warm Regards
"The root cause of the credit crisis in also like we are youth run in that just adds a completely different perspective than what a lot of groups have right now yes when something that is said you know we're we're partnering with a lot of environmental organizations and our missions are are very similar but what really sets us apart is that we are completely run in it's really that's because we're trying to highlight in elevate voice abuse because our voices really do matter in this home station yeah that really struck me as something that you know as she said there are a lot of organizations out there and unfortunately they're not always necessarily well connected but i think there were two things for me that really made zero hour stand out the first being the the youth centered leadership which i think is fantastic but also the i love that that so the tagline for zero hour is we're the ones we've been waiting for which is really powerful and your mission there's a statement that you want to center the voices of diverse youth in the conversation around climate and environmental justice and it's that word justice that i think really sets zero hour apart from a lot of the climate oriented organizations that are out there and i would love to hear your perspective about why this kind of riff a little bit more on what does the nausea was talking about like what is so important about about centering justice not just having it be sort of a attend gentle attentional you know part of your mission statement but it's it's like right up there center it's not like climate science climate change its climate justice yet so i think that the word justices really important when talking about the climate crisis because i'm like it's a real thing affecting people and if we're just talking about the science in the impacts of it's going to have on plants in animals in the planet itself than were leaving out the people who actually getting impacted in those people who were living near coal plants in the people that are getting their water contaminated in all that stuff so that's why justice is really important for those people yeah i think you make a really great point the idea that obviously the polar bear metaphors have not moved individuals at least in the political realm enough and so the idea of the about climate change from the perspective of merely saving the earth versus talking about climate change from the perspective of saving us i think an important shift in the conversation that needs to happen i think is great that you all are putting that as jacqueline said front center so then we can't just push climate off onto the polar bears yeah ticket point remains because it makes me think of how you know you and i are like the captain planet generation in a lot of ways and but that plan it was like the sort of blue planet like blue dot sort of you know view from space you were you don't see the people and where in many cases the people are the problem right the people are causing the environmental degradation it's the urban is asian it's overpopulation all the sort of kind of problematic ways in which environmentalism was framed when we were growing up and and that's been just a huge shift even just in in terms of my my own experiences as a environmental activists or advocate is yeah this recentering of people that the people are living in this planet and the what we do to the planet then comes back to to humans and it's not even what we do collectively it's that what a very small portion of the planet is doing to the rest of the planet in so yeah so this this will idea of framing environmental justice is kind of integral to this environmental movement i just feel like such a sea change compared to the way we thought of the environment when we were you know when we were in our teens i think humanizing climate change really makes our push for action a lot more urgent because like you said with i if you're just pointing to the polar bears and saying you know we have to save them i mean it's an important thing but there are other things that households have to worry about like you have mouths to feed irs other things like that but you know it's one thing to hear about it on the news but it's another.