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Dearly Debated

Episode 23 · 1 year ago

Geeking Out Feb '21

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

A timely arrival of the second Geeking Out Episode! Ashley be podcastin tho, Jason is a robot animal completely distinct from Gundam, and Nathanael uses the Heart of the Cards!

HMMM, kill on, but I thought you were Egyptians. Would it be an episode of our show without excessive soundboard use? No, no, all right, welcome to dearly debated, the show where you're entitled to your opinion, even if it's wrong. I'm Nathaniel. Oh my gosh, no, Oh, I had something. Ash You go. I'M gonna come back to me. I'm trying to think of something from prash lighting on you. I'll be thinks they're editing. It's okay, yeah, Oh, I gotta I'm Nathaniel. Had some guy opened the door, Levinson. I am Ashley. Too many podcasts, Thomas, and I'm Jason. Still rating to any comics thing. GREIG is not here. He might show up part with you, but I think he's watching basketball, whatever that is. I don't know. I've heard some sort of thing. or You throwball at some at some people. I don't know. Well, in case he did know. Wait, I watched the documentary on it, space jam. Yeah, I know about basketball. In as you didn't watch Jason Speak Him an Air Book. I was gonna say, in case he doesn't show up, what he's geeking out over right now is basketball. Yeah, and yeah, yeah, that's fair game and I'll just say where you and I'm shock. You and I collectively have I don't have a room shot. I can't believe the best thing I have serious sho I should get like a really bad song. Yeah, no way. He and I also, he and I have been collectively geeking out over his Yo. So I dope back into my collection and I've been literally sorting cards for hours, really like relaxing. It's I'll be in class and it's just lecture, and so I have my wireless head phones and so I'll just sit on the floor of the sun of the sort cards when I'm listening to US talk about public relations and things like that and like administrative things and like are so so I think it's safe to to announce our listeners. We're doing it geeking out episode. Yes, again, the episode two finish one are going to come up really close to each other. That's okay. That's okay because, hey, these are timeless. Yeah, but it's really funny because I I've been watching so, I watched you, I watch you go. It's on Netflix and I'm like, I'm not going to watch this in English shows where I'm like this show is really not watchable. I don't watch in English, so I've watching UK and Spanish and it's really good in Spanish. Okay, let me just tell you. First of all, Joey is no longer the God fought at gain names. I can't obviously I can't place Spanish accents, so I don't know if they have the Spanish equivalent up in New York accident. I don't know. That would be maybe Catalan. But what I did do find interesting is certain things where I'm reading the translation but I know enough Spanish time. I'm I would say, fluent, but I know it's man I can. I can stumble through Spanish where there, there. They'll say a sentence and I'll read the subtitle. I'm like that's as a reasonable translation, but that's not what they said. I do, I do like that all the drag, all the most names become ridiculously large. So blacklet Mongl they that's all it is. But but so in the English the command word for exist, Exodia, is all right, uh. In Spanish the command word is Madi yesterday, which means show yourself, Zodia, show yourself. I'm here, guys. Yeah, Nice, very cool. But he also but the thing is he also uses it in a different duel because he's doing like shadow Kaiva and he says the same thing, but there's no exodia. So he literally, like a monster attacks and he says none of it. Is that they like he's already there guy, but is it is really funny to watch. Yeah, being a someone who who loves playing the game and has played a lot of the video games associating with it, in that, especially in the first seasons, they are not playing the right gag. bitching's so, so hard. There's no tributes to just like strowing monsters down on the field there and it makes sense, like it makes a lot more sense in the within the context of the anime that like, Oh, here these cards and they can do these wacky things like attack the Moon, in the moon because the tides and in the field. That I have no problem with the in terms of like didn't make sense for the anime, but in terms of the game. So Shadow Kay boy uses attacks with the blue eyed by dragon. You do is like mirror force, which is destroys all your own monsters that are in attack position, and he's like no nigate attack, like none. That negainst your opponent's attack on their turn. It...

...doesn't the gate a trap. It's not a countertrap card. You're cheating. Stop Cheating, shadow Kaiva. anyways. So if that's not the definition geeking out, I don't know what it is. Starts that strong, but that's what Greg and I've been peeking out over and I finally found as just like there's so many cards right and it gets so complicated because it's like all these cards are within arch types where it's like you need the cards that have the same archtype but not only have the same name. I finally found a website where I can like enter in my cards and add them to collection and then look at all of them. So I'm starting the process of that and I'm like like a hundred cards in and final this big I've got all these other tiles like Ah, it's gonna make his work. So what you guys say, Jason Far Away, whilst gonna say it's funny, you brought up like rediscovering an anime and then doing it in the dub versus the sub order, specifically in your case, picking the Spanish. So but so I think last time I talked about I was getting back into a show called log horizon that I really liked. I tried, I can't remember if I just started trying to rewatch it or if the I was rewatching some of u stuff leading up to it, but I tried watching that in Japanese because they didn't initially announce that there was going to be an English dub coming out anytime soon. Yeah, and it's a this season especially. It's called destruction of the round table, which is a political conference, and so watching something about politics in Japanese, I just couldn't do it. I could not, I could not pay enough attention, like to the dialog. I would miss stuff like all of the right but thankfully, actually, like the day before or on my birthday, I saw online as like hey, there's an English doug coming out, so I've I stopped watching it for a couple weeks and now I'm getting back into it again in the English dub, in the English dub which is sac which is nice, and they got most of the voice cast back, even though it's been forever, so it wasn't too much of a transition. Yeah, so that's been a lot of fun. I really been enjoying that, but I'm only like three episodes in because I started over. So to the new season. So cool. But that's been really cool. And then I also, randomly, I think, just something started playing, like after I watched a youtube video or something, or I was listening to podcast while I was driving for work or something, and somebody started talking about a show that I used to watch drawing up. Either of you guys ever heard of ZOID's? Yeah, I remember. Never hurdles, for I don't ever ever watched it. I remember thinking, is this related to transformers, not real or or Dundam it. I was talking, yeah, Power Rangers, because, yeah, those were it was like it was like kind of in between all of those things. Has Pretty much in between all of those things was it was like Mecca animals, right. Well, yeah, and in the US they released there were two shows that were out for a long time. I've actually done a whole bunch since then, I guess. But they released the second one first, which is kind of like a tournament battle thing between between Mecca animals pretty much, and I watched that like I it would come on at when I got home from school as a kid and I enjoyed it. I thought it was pretty cool. The version of it that I actually ended up going back and watching was actually the first show that they ever made, which was like a I randomly discovered it one morning when I when I was a kid, like I woke up really early to get ready for school and I was like, Oh, zoid's is on, because it just had the same thing on the guide and it was a completely different show. And the first show was like actually a a more fantasy, but it's like, AH, in a war torn setting, as like factions and all this stuff, and as a little bit more political zooids after dark, pretty much I was school. It is more violent, like I think they actually had to edit it down a bit to actually get it on American TV. Not that there's anything too terrible, but you know censorship, especially back then, right. Yeah, I remember seeing the commercial for this to the okay, those look pretty cool. Yeah, but I couldn't differentiate it from Gundam. So I went back and I started watching some of that again and I'm really enjoying it. The like many like late s early two thousands, the dubs a little a little iffy, but the story overall is really fun. And the one that I've been watching is actually called ZOID's chaotic center. I was a going to say that's the you got zoids, we got loyd's Ko sentry. All right. Well, so here's we're gonna do. Well, do give us a taste of the theme song. Okay, so we got here. I'm ready. I'm letting do it. Sounds like Ramstein say. Also, like many many English dubs, the theme song is better in Japanese. But they...

...should do an episode on anime theme songs and I'm change from like the like anime English versus, and we could talk about some of the censorship from like the Yu Gi oh where it's like which is another thing I noticed. What will going back watch you YO. In the Japanese Manga, they are like chasing Kai that they have guns. In the four kids anime, they bust it and the littly just pointing their fingers stick them up Kib on Kins, just like Haha by you. And that's the thing like in the zoids show too, because it's about war, and so there's literally a character that like, I think in Japanese. His whole thing is that he's like this gun toting vigilante and they can, he can never point a gun at anybody in the Americans as the guy. So they have to like they have to basically reach overhaul this personnel and that that's one area where the dove is actually really good, like they get him like a really intimidating voice and but you know, and you watch the scenes, like he's literally pointing a gun at the camera most of the time. I definitely so. But yeah, that's been a lot sun. That's one thing they changed in in one piece is that Sanji, the Cook, is always smoking, like always a cigarette. Before kids it's a lollipop. But yeah, but I think that would be a lot of fun. The censorship and then the the need to take the theme songs and just replace them with like rock and roll and just saying the name of the show or yes, I definitely I would play the one piece one right now because I actually really love it. But I'm not going to the same if that. Let me, let me put that on show idea. Yeah, she'll like get a rock the Dragon Dragon Ball Z. Yes, oh my gosh. Yeah, the thing is, like I didn't want to jump into this, so just like short aside. Some Animez have like a legitimate fool music video intro, like so you couldn't make a twenty minute show. so you've been a seventeen minutes. So don't come on, guys, right. But yeah, so those those are the two anime that I've kind of been enjoying. quit waiting for my hair academia to come back. Oh that show, that, man, is really good. Holy watching it, but it's as really, really good. Cool. All right, Ashley. Thanks. What have you been? Well, as I mentioned that that's a deep kind of like that. Yeah, I that I totally forgotten about that. Never watched it, never heard the theme song. that. I mean that honestly. I was like, Oh, this sounds like alien aunt bar pop roach or something as like. Oh, drop d hello, one thing I can play on. Huh? Well, as I was saying in my intro, lots of podcast here lately, here in February and March. My My job, I'm aware of many hats, mostly a freelance writer, but my other job keeps me on the road a few days a week, so I get to blast through a lot of podcasts. So a few of the ones I've been enjoying when I just caught up on today, is called nerdy laser. It's kind of basically the tagline is keep it nerdy, because somebody has to. I was like okay, on it. I kind of stumbled upon this podcast by accident. I went to con Caroline as maybe two years ago, which are our local Scifi can mention these two guys were doing a panel on adaptation and they made reference to a podcast called assignment horror which they were on. I was like, oh, that sounds really interesting. The premise was you've got three folks on the podcast. One of the guys is a bit younger, hasn't seen a lot of horror movies, that at least that the two older people had, and so they assigned him a horror movie to watch and then they all talk about it. was like, oh, that's not exactly what we did, it sounds really interesting. So I enjoyed that anyway. On the same feed was this podcast called nerdy laser. They sign a horror podcast. is now defunct, but so I just was like well, this sounds kind of interesting and I want to figure out what this is. So I'm listening to nerdy laser. The two hosts are from my hometown of Maryville, Tennessee. That's really interesting. But Yeah, which is insane to me, because it's a tiny poduc town that nobody knows about. What's them? You say it the Tennessee accident. So I heard Lil Tennessee, Maryville, M A, Ary Ville, Maryable, Tennessee. It's where I'm or it's where I grew up. But yeah, so two guys stump talk about cult film television. Right now they're doing like the monsters of March. They're kind of watching all of the the modern Godzilla and King Kong films leading up to Godzilla versus Kong's coming out at the end of this month. So Nice. How do you say? It's a potent town? You have a damn and bill race and an historical museum. I mean it's not. Let okay, let me repreace go. Dunk is near you. That airports in Alcoa, which technically I'll coa used to be North Marrable, but the say you just south of Knoxville. But that doesn't help your situation with pot...

...that. Sorry, Nxville, no, I've been there, largest city in the state, and anybody feels it's so funny. It's pretty coo done. Yeah, it's it's a small, big, big city, but anyway. Yeah, so the the two hosts are from my hometown and I was like, wow, I don't listen to a podcast with a lot of southern people on it, and it's shockingly neither of them of my cousins. So just perhaps even more impressive. Anyway. So if you like cult film, if you like horror movies, if you like Genre Film and Television, I think you might enjoy dirty laser. It is not safe for work in terms of language, so you know, if you're listening at work, put your headphones on. Is actually different enough. You sorry you said that. Not Safe for works. That made me think of some there's there's there's an anime called soul eater, which is really good and is not like it's a little grotesque in that it deals with horror themes, right, but it's like you could your teenagers, teenage kid like you could watch it and no problem, like wouldn't it would? It's no more more fine than nightmare before Christmas, right, except for there's one guy where will, I think it's name is freed and in the Japanese and it obviously probably changed the English when the Japanese he will just randomly like with something bad happens. It just say could in English. I'm sorry, what I mean. It's kind of it's kind of like a firefly, swearing and chants. Right, Oh, Chinese, Chinese teenagers can't watch firefly because there's too much swearing and okay. So, anyway, if you're into SCI FI, fantasy, horror genre stuff, I would recommend note laser. They also just did a whole like walk through Wand Division, which was pretty cool. Yeah, so that that's one of the podcast actually just caught up on all of it today, so I've been working on that one. The podcast a want, the mission, the podcast Sir nerdy laser. Then, speaking of Science Fiction, the folks at Roddenberry put out a new podcast back in January called Sci fi five. It's five minutes of science fiction history five days a week. So my friend, yeah, my friend Earl Green, who he works Oh Green Huk, so that he's never heard before. Scheffery, I'm sure. I'm sure he has never heard that before ever. But he he does audio production at Roddenberry, but he also does a host of podcast so he does some of the audio production on Sci fi five. He also actually writes a lot of it, because he actually did a podcast about its daily Scifi history podcast called the escape pod. He did that for several years and so he's actually getting to take the all that work he did on the escape pod and right now for Runbury. That's it's his job, which is really cool anyway. So you get to hear him on that as well. But Earl also puts out a host of podcast himself through his website, the log bookcom. Lately he's dropped a new episode of retrogram where he looks at a week of Genre Television in at on a certain you know, date in history, which is really neat, like just to hear like, Oh, what was on TV the week of July seven, one thousand nine hundred and eighty five? That's my birthday. But you know, he'll take that week and look at all of the Genre TV that aired. So sci FI, fantasy, spify, that sort of thing. It's pretty neat to get kind of a snapshot of what was occurring then. What was that one called? That one is called retrogram. Retrogram, retrogram. There's a there's a podcast I listened to called two thousand and ten that is in that exact same vein where each week they look at what came out like film movies, Music News. Thirty and twenty and ten years ago, somebody else recommended that podcast to me. Yeah, now I will say, well, I do love I do this in the podcast to enjoy it a lot. The host's political views do not agree with me, so when they start talking about certain films and start very overt about their views on like guys, move on to the next film. But overall, I do enjoy it a lot, okay, and something you also appreciate. Yeah, they're one of the women who's on their oh my gosh, her names, I am you can't remember last name. She's like a film buff, okay, and so she has a segment everyone called Banna Classic Corner where she goes, she goes for the week and she goes back more than thirty years and social just like the furies in the s and the S and recommends movies from way back. All right, yeah, that's that's really neat cool. This week earl had another one of his podcast drop. It's called don't give this tape to earl. It's kind of like kind of slice of life kind of stuff. He talks about, you know, kind of what we're doing tonight. Things he's been geeking out lately, but also here's some of my history with this nerdy thing, which is pretty cool. He's got another podcast called select game, which is about the magnavox Odyssey to, which is a system that I own and love. Front of fact, they were manufactured in Knoxville, Tennessee and one...

...of my former managers actually used to work they're doing like product testing. So it was pretty cool. So if you're into that, would recommend any of earls podcast they're always really interesting and he does a great job of researching and, you know, giving you a really solid informed of podcast and earl has he he was was referred to as Earl dove tonsul's green because he has just a really nice, very pleasant voice. So yeah, so I'd recommend any of earls podcasts. The other couple of podcasts that you know are in insteady rotation in my podcast feed the Atari Two thous six hundred, game by game podcast put out by my friend Ferg if you are into the history of the Atari two Thousi hundred and it's many mini games. Furd is actually going game. He's been doing this for several years, going literally game by game. Well, the good lous is that I got any more, you would be surprised. He's actually tackling a lot of home brew stuff too, so it's awesome. Yeah, it's it's that's something that's been really fascinating. Mean that I've seen prop up his people are making homebrew games and putting them on the actual physical cartridges that you can like pop into your Nintendo or your Tari and play a game at somebody eight today. Yes, I think it's pretty cool. Yeah, we've actually got a friend that is doing that currently. Yeah, yeah, that's yeah, yeah, he's he's working on any s game. So it's really cool. Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's it's a great podcast. He always does a great show and it's great too if you are in the car a lot. It's a little longer show, so ranging anywhere from forty five minutes to two hours, depending on how much, like he he'll read, or if people sit in like audio submissions on feedback on their games of like the memory of the game or whatever, or if they played that game over the like the two weeks that he gives you to. Hey, if you want to put in feedback for the for the show, get it to me by this date. And some people will go and like play the game either on their console or through wrongs or name or whatever. So that one's pretty cool. Here's PROMS right. I say as a person who has a back on their phone right now. But yeah, yeah, it's a good show. It's really fun. Another one that I listened to steady rotation. I see robots radio. It's a it's got three different shows in the feed right now. One is I see robots stuck at home show. I see Roberts robots. Pretty Cool Guy. But you know, since the pandemic started he's been doing a show once, sometimes twice a week, like hey, here's what I'm doing to keep myself occupied while I'm at home. And so he collects the action figures. So it talks about those, talks about comics, film, television. You're just basically again kind of what we're doing right now. What are you you can out about at the moment. So I've really enjoyed that. He's a he's a he's a cool guy. I know him via the Internet. So another show that's in that feed the Mr Sensational Geno Vega podcast. Again kind of a slice of life. When am I geeking out about that sort of thing and then the other one that's in the feed is Geekfest brandts, hosted by Carlos Perun. Carlos does like a deep dive into again genre, film, action, figures, comics, books, toys, conventions, that sort of thing. So again, if you're into like throwback retro ish genre, like sci fi, fantasy genre kind of stuff, I recommend any of those podcast I think you'd enjoy those as well. But that's all in one feed. I see robots, radio and then my my, my old reliables retro was podcast and Saturday for rights podcasts are in their current seasons. So again, retrost. It's all things retro. So he does film, television, comics, his most recent one, he he. He finds like the history of fast food really interesting and I I enjoy his takes on it. So his most recent ones about the mcrib, which is which is so uncivilized, pretty pretty interesting history. Whether you enjoy mcrib sandwiches or not, I've ever had one and never seen peeling me and I like ribs. Yeah, yeah, honestly, I don't know that I've ever had one for McDonald's, but when I was in elementary middle school they would occasionally for lunch would have a what they called a mcrib sandwich, but it was basically the same thing like you could get at lunch in the cafeteria. So that's like my only experience with the mcribb and it did not have the signature pickles millions and all that boys tasty stuff. Then, of course, Saturday frights is about retro horror and Film and Television. Anyway, I listen to a lot of podcasts. Like I said, Ashley, too many podcast Thomas, but that's what's the butt in my regular, regular rotation the past couple of months. So Wow, I've been playing a game which is great for listening the PODCASTS, Valheim, which is just blown up, and a couple of people I play I play games with got a dedicated server. So we've been playing play Valheim and it's really fun. I'm enjoying it a lot. It's kind of like skyra meets minecraft. So you basically...

...or you're a viking and you literally get dumped into this world the ten realm and owns like hey, killed these bosses for me, and so you know it just like most survival games, you start off mostly naked and you run around and you pick up sticks and stones and you say here that terminated. Yes, turn them into an axe and you know you can. Oh, now I can chopped down wood and this and any other. But it's got a pretty decent that. There are some I have some niggles with the game. There a couple things that are a little boxious. But you know, the leveling up system is basically, hey, if you use the skill, your level up and then there's not really a penalty for dyeing. You lose your skills, you lose like levels in your skill, but that's not that big of a deal. So you can respond infinitely and you just you can run back to your body, your stuffing in. But you know, you start off really weak and then you build things and then after you fight the first boss, you unlock like it's very logically gated progression where after be the first boss, you get in materials, you can make a pick axe. Okay, well, now you can mind metals, so now you can. Now you can progress into the next bio on which has harder enemies. But no, I can get better stuff and and so on and so forth. So so we've been doing it, but I but, but I've really found and I think I understand why people play minecraft and or are in these games. Is what I found really soothing, as when I was getting like stressed out because school work and and all these other things, I would just jump into Valheim and just start renovating the house because they just unlocked. Oh now I can build with stones, I could build things higher. So I just went in and start tearing everything down and like, little by little building it up. I mean it's giant lighthouse with a diving board and like a fire put on pop and, you know, two stories of the house and new chest are and sorting everything out, and it was very relaxing, very cathartic and relaxing to just kind of build this massive thing and then, you know, every now and then I get attacked by trolls. Get away from MIT. She's there stepping that fireball. Also what one thing that happened was so a little sister Abigail. We've been playing, we've been adventuring around. So we built our first boat, which we call the WAP, moving on the second boat we called the sticks. The second that the big boat, we called sticks boating's daughter. Come sail away, and so we found the third boss was we sailed over, we try to make a base, we go to fight the boss and we pull our bows and it's like Lutin damage and we're like okay, well, what are you doing? The boss comes over and literally one hand hip slaps us and we die instantly. We're like Oh, so then a little bit later I'm getting on. And this is what I really loved about the game is, and I would recommend if you, if you're going to play the ALHEIM, look up as little as possible. Okay, if you want to look up, like Oh, what do I do with this material, you can look that up or you know, how do I find this specific thing? You can look at up, but try not to spoil it, because some of the most interesting moments I've had in the game with Abigail are things just happen unexpected and like we found out for the first time, I oh, if you don't hold onto the mast on the boat and you hit a wave, you go flying off and drown that way. We'right, Oh, whoops, and when we found this like random island and we're like Hey, what's that? Let's go mine it. There's something come out there like cool, so we're on. We're on this island mind this thing and then the whole island shifts and sings in the ocean and we drown, like Oh, so that happened, and and and things like that. So there's a lot of really organic surprises that come out. And then, but, but the end of this story is so typically like, Oh, the boss kills you, you die, you come back, you gotta sum in the boss again or you he goes away. Right. So I'm going over to get my stuff and the boss music starts playing and the boss toxic rain starts playing. I'm like, he's what? What? And he starts charging towards me in my oh no, so I run, I jump in the boat and I start sailing away and he chases me across the oceans. Giant sludge monster literally walks across the ocean towards me and I like get away, and every time I come back to the ocean he's still there and I he went to a completely different island, chasing me the entire times. Like what is happening in this game? This dude is relentless. That I've been having a lot of fun with that game and then the other you know, I've been playing, which I kind of took a break from is a duty platformer called hollow night, okay, and it's really, really, really good. Music is fantastic and it basically you're in this world of bugs, okay, like everyone is is an insect or insect like insect creature, and so you're this little you're this little bug with a Cape and a sword. You're adorable, first of all, and it's kind of a skill based platform or, you know, jumping, dodging, things like that. But but I haven't gotten far enough in the story to figure out what exactly is going on. But something's has been like corrupting a bunch of things. You're in this kind of almost posted post apocalyptic bug empire where they're still safe, hay them's and they're still people around, but a lot of things that fall in corrupting not honestly, like one of the saddest things I found was I I got into this mine and there's this little minor who's mining and she singing this little song and she's like super having to like hi, you want to mind to like she's great. Then I left and come back and she's like not moving and I go over to her and she's like starts speaking nonsense. I'm like happy. What happens? Like, Oh yeah, she gets corrupted and next time to come back, she attacked him like a little bird. And then this is guy who like gives you a map to the area and...

...it doesn't tell you where he is, but when you go into the room you can hear him humming and they're like little scraps of paper that you could fallow to find him and he's like humming along and scribbling off his map. It's it's just like it's dripping with charm. It's really fun. It's hard. I've died so many times and I game like it's ridiculous. But it's really really good. It's beautifully drawn, beautifully animated, amazing soundtrack. Challenging. I don't know if I'd say challenging, but fair. There are a couple times when I was like, I hit that button, but it's it's really, really good and you know, like if a little bug, if like a bug being affected, name they can move emotionally, that it's a wellmade game. So and it's been out for a while. People have logged it with praise, but I've just started playing it. So it's really, really good. You know, you. You brought up how your kind of compared. The was the first name of the first game that I'm to minecraft. Have you guys seen in the news this week? They've actually created a position for a minds minecraft landscaper, put in Wayn real like. Can I can't remember. I think it's like a British company that he's actually hiring for it, but it's like it's basically exactly what it sounds like. It's somebody that you pay to come in and check out your minecraft world, tell you how to set it up, tell you how to make it look good. Apparently they have had the job listing out for like a week or so and it's getting spammed by like seven fifteen year old an hour. Yeah, like fifty two seven. You can set your own rights, but it's around fifty an hour to log in and tell people how where to plant their crops and how to build a pretty house and all that kind of stuff. So so I guess what is what is the function of hiring somebody to be a minecraft landscaper? Is just for your own use, we add. Seeks to recruit a collective. Is a company of Real Life Company, Right Rick, seeks to recruit a collective of virtual landscape gardens provide professional advice the players looking to improve their ingame outdoor space. What is is val that if involves it's a British company that does actual gardening things. Yeah, involves evaluate a client's current set up, writing, create a feedback, creating multiple designs for any future potential. Future emams must must also sure clients stay within the budget, which appears be Freue to mind pointed the Indian currency. I guess this is because people are looking at like well done, like meanest tiraff and all these ridiculing like so the always ridiculous bully projects in Minecraft, which is funny because in Valheim they it has like limits on how high you can build things and people still like someone did the Eiffel Tower and it's just just tower and monstrosity. Someone did the limvium Falcon, someone did like recreated all of Skyrim. That's like that's a wow. So so that's wild again. People pay funny for this. But Um, yeah, apparently they've gotten a lot of a lot of applications from, you know, children as well, who seemed pretty qualified. Yeah, you know, it's child labor laws are ruining English Council. That's a real thing, that's actually have. That's so much more than I get paid. That's not fair. I don't know if the fortnight tutor game is still going to that was another time I happened for tonight's dead. I haven't heard about Fort nating forever. I'm sure it's people still play it, but like they messed up big time. Yeah, so they had this event where they basically like we're launching the next season and when you logged on, the game was crashed for like but deliberately crashed for like three, two or three days, and with that kind of life service game you gotta have the momentum. Yeah, and so it just like they just haven't been in book cover. They haven't been to bounce back. See, I've never really gotten into it, but I keep hearing about like people that are still enjoying playing it, like I'm podcasting, I'm sure very much just obsessedily to get all the character skins because, as they've done, DC marvel, the Badorian, the most ridiculous sponsorships, a crossovers, yeah, and EA money. Well, they they actually crossed over. They did an actual incontinuity crossover with marvel comics when they have the thing. That's what's ridiculous about the to me, it's not just like Cameos, it's like actual canidicity right in my inportant, like are you kidding me? Yeah, and they're gonna ready to do the same thing with Batman, apparently, wow, and throw a Batman in there give him a gun. But I'm build some stuff. M Have you been picking up with this canon black stuff a little bit? What is it? It's a marvel comics event that's going on right now. It's a done by Donny Kate's and it's basically something he's been building up to for a long time. Trying to remember when he actually he got on the venom book a while back and he introduced this character. No, got of the symbiots and kind of rewrote venoms origin. A couple years after they completely re wrote venoms origin. Yeah, and so all that he's done since then. I think he's currently doing thor. He's also done like a silver surf miniseries which had nol...

...in it, which was really good. Silver silver surfer black good read even by itself. But yeah, right now what's happening is basically that character is coming to earth and everyone is getting attacked by Symbia dragons and all this kind of crazy stuff. I can't afford to keep both with comics as they're out right now, right right. So the reason I bring it up where it is because my google fee keeps giving me articles about Gwenem. Yeah, apparently gwen is. Gwen is a venom symbio. Now I've seen the Funko pop. I didn't, I didn't know that was a thing. I just assumed it was a line of Funko POPs. Always the pain in black and the Queen. When M or whatever, I mean, spider gwen started out. Is just like a little tie in character that people really like the costume design and they kind of moved on and then, you know, you couldn't have spider Gwen and not do Gwenem once they had it on reason, series reasonable, and then I think like she actually has had the symbiat ever since. Like if there's something so we we're telling me. Spell the devote was saying about her that girl is Pois. I. No, poison is another Symbia. Actually something called poison, I believe. So's no, excuse me. The poisons are things that are like the anti symbiots that can eat symbiot's kill them. So this is like the antibiotics of synbiots. Yeah, pretty much. Wait, but not poison can even them. There's another kid works, wow, anice. Yeah, your point of they rebooted by them and then just remoot about it again. Yeah, Rosby up one of my favorite lines from Scott Pilgrim. Yeah, you see their first album. He's as good as their first album. Well, they basically like a few years ago they had Flash Thompson as venom. They're trying to make him into a hero, so they took him to the planet of the symbiats and they're like, Oh yeah, the symbians aren't bad. They're actually like basically green lanterns, where they're like a space police force. That lasted about twelve issues and then they redid it again, like space, not sis. Couple years later they were like no, they're actually like creations of a dark God, and they overthrew him and all this kind of crazy stuff must not been there's a there's dragons, God's getting over thrown, like you're not a very good dot of getting over those creation. He's like my guys, yeah, then he got a best like come on mouth. So yeah, but that's basically what I know about Kan black. I haven't read any of the actual event, but I've read some of the lead up to it. So, speaking of comics, yeah, yeah, thank listens too many comics day. Okay, so I kind of like last time, I was kind of going through some vision and Scarlett which stuff because one division was going on. I read a little bit of stuff. There's for Falcon and one our soldier. I'd actually not too long ago reread a lot of the actual original winter soldier story, which I believe it is. I'm blanking on who actually wrote that. I think it was rubic. Would not know. Ruker either make beer, make bread to pick onunch, but that jokes. There's not a lot of stuff where Falcon and the winter soldier actually team up in the comics. They always kind of there. They usually aren't side kicking with Captain America at the same time. But so I've been, I've been kind of picking back through that. I reread through a comic that had the winter soldier in it. It was actually a winter soldier Hawkeye team up called Tales of suspense, which is pretty good. The names that throwback to one of Marvel's really classic classic comics. I think that's say tells them. Suspense is a series. Yeah, that was a series. I believe that's where iron man was initially introduced and then, but more recently, the show I'm more excited about, Falcon and winter soldier I'm really interested in. I watched the first episode. I really enjoyed it, but I'm more interested in the low key series that's coming up and in preparations that I after watching the trailer, I've been going back through some low key comics that I really enjoyed, starting off with Karen Gillan's run on Thor, which is where I don't know if you guys are seeing kid lowkey no, which is like a version of their in comics. Loki was killed off in an event called Siach and then he was brought back and the twist was instead of him being, you know, he's normal evil self, it was like this like teenage kid and then he was basically drama. Yeah, not as much as you would think, at least not to begin with, but basically the whole arc was he was it, died and so now he was trying to just be something else he didn't want to be anything like his original counterporporter was like, oh no, that's lucky. He's he's evil, he's a trickster, all that kind of stuff, and so that leads into a...

...really excellent series that I've just gotten back into called journey into mystery, which is another another throwback title, is another threat. That's actually the series that thor debuted in, but that it's weird. It starts out as a tie in book to an event that is not super great, called fear itself, but as a very thor centric event where basically everyone gets a hammer. So Oprah was pretty much yeah, I didn't like the event that much, but the tie in is really good and the thing that's really fun about it is it's basically this really young, pretty much depowered version of low key going around and trying to assist in his own like mischievous way, playing to his strength. So he goes and he's like cutting deals with Hella and Mephisto and trying to work everything out and trying to be a good guy and defy the expectations of everybody else, but he's still lucky, and so I kind of feel like that's the tone that this new show is going to end up being, even though it's going to be more of a time travel thing with one Wilson. But but I'm super excited about I've seen only them do anything for such a long time. Yeah, it's Ay. I I've not watching the trailers for low key. I hadn't even gotten to watch the first episode of Falcon and Winter Soldier yet, but everything you've described sounds very fast, so that's great. And then going from that I'm going to be jumping into another mini series that came after that called low key, agent of as guard, which I think is what the show's really going to feel like. The character like that. But the character ends up getting ha aged up to old and low key to look a little bit more like Tom Huddleson bunny. How that happened? There's a little break where the kid, lucky character. I don't want to spoil the ending of journey into mystery, but something happens. He ends up. The book has a very definitive ending. It's actually described a lot of times, I think by the author, as a comedy and thirty parts and a tragedy and thirty one. Oh. So it's a really good story. I'd highly recommend it to anybody that likes thorn, low key or just even fantasy comics. But then it goes into a thing called agents of Asgard, which is low key on missions for, at that time, the all mother because Odin was away for some reason. That was explained, and basically he's trying to earn every time he completes a mission for them, he gets one of his past sins taken off of his record, like nobody remember is one of the things that he did. So it's more of that whole journey interesting of trying to be more heroic and all that kind of stuff. So I've basically been reading through low key series. Those are the two main ones that I really enjoy. Is that journey into mystery and an Asian of as guard and Asian Mask Guard leads all the way up to when marvel rebootered itself in secret war, and so looky gets all the way to the point where it's like Oh yeah, the universe is ending and then he's kind of whoops, kind of ends there, which was a lot of series around that time. There's quite if you were like a series will end with like a fade to white, because the universe no longer, but really get stuff. This kind of what I've been geeking out on comic wise lately. Well, looky, it's funny. I wouldn't be possible to actually have some audio from kid lucky hunt. Make me kiss you. How can you do this? This is outrageous. It's unfair. It's not. It's not that far off from to make me. It's not the Jedi way too much. Something be wrong, because I've perched like half of the Anakin. I'm here. It might. It might end up coming in handy next week, though. Yeah, exactly, only once a maybe not get that this is Bo racing. That's a good move. Slave of the person, my name's a garbage. So back to you. Actually like what I was, you say, Jason, did you have? I was? I was pretty much it from Erica. Yesterday I actually had the pleasure of helping to moderate a QA with Professor Caroline Larrington. This professor, I believe, at Oxford, if I remember correctly, she was. Her name Caroline Larrington, c Aar OL Y in an east say John's College, Oxford. Yep, but anyway, she she's done some scholarship on look at her. Her head shot is so epic that she's really cool. But she's done a lot of scholarship on like King Arthur and other fantasy topics. But specifically what we interviewed her about, and when I say we I mean me and my one of my cohorts from a Signal University, Professor Gabriel Shank. Gabriel and I did a Qa with her on her...

...most recent book, which is on the game of thrones TV series called all men must die. So I've spent the past week or so reading that book and I found it really interesting. As somebody who hated the way the show ended, I appreciated how she, who has, you know, seen the show multiple times read all the books, was able to look at the show specifically for what it did, versus me, who is far too emotionally invested in it and I can only look at it as like they did that wrong. So I I thought it was really fascinating. The book covered things like prophecy, the monsters, cripples, bastards and broken things, gender politics, things like that. So it was a really interesting book. If you are a fan of the TV show, when to take a deeper dive into it, if you want to see someone actually make a really like well done attempt to make sense of that finale. She actually does a really good job of highlighting things that the show did that were truly groundbreaking, things that you don't come and see commonly seen within the fantasy John are. So, anyway, that was really fun. That Qa is actually up on youtube. It went up today. So if you want to watch our Q Anda, it's there on the pseudanum university channel. But yeah, so, yeah, I'll mean must die by Professor Caroline Larrington. I feel attacked. Yeah, yes, sorry, guys, I'm on. I'm on them must die. I'm already saint. Johnny. Are Not men on the sat John's College of Oxford and they're celebrating their two thousand and nineteeny're celebrating their fort you anniversary of admitting women. Okay, since fifteen and fifty five, St John's is in this pen around for four hundred years and in seventy nine they're like, I guess we can have women right, which I realized is not like if they were admitting women in one thousand, five hundred and sixty, it would be it would be seen as weird, but it's it's just pretty funny at such an old college. Right A, but that is fast nat all right. So let me talk about the one that my whole family now obviously one division. I think they talked about it a little bit. Yeah, that's absolutely get all touch A. Buton wasn't finished. I thought it was. It was really funny because it was so strange and it got like less strange as it went on, which is not a spoiler. It got more traditional marvel e but even then I think it kept it held on the little bit, especially at the end, even though it kind of had a very typical marvelsque ending, and they still managed to tweet that a little bit and have and and subverted in some in some fun ways. Yeah, post credit scene helped a lot. Yeah, definitely. Yeah, yeah, the the many post credits scenes. Yeah, I will say, and I heard this complaint, I kind of agree with it. I feel like Rambo's character, they didn't quite know what to do with her, like she served her purpose as a plot macguffin and then they were having troubled finding reasons for her to stick around. My my understanding is the last episode actually got cut a bit. There was actually going to be a scene more scenes with her and the kids. Like, I guess there was an originally going to be that crazy rabbit that, yeah, Agatha had, actually was gonna like morph into a demon and attack them. There's gonna be like an action sking in major spoilers. So I mean it's been out for a few weeks over for quite know what a sister. Yeah, fight. Hopefully I'll get it edited this week. Yeah, hope, hopefully so, but but so, so. That's been great. Haven't started winnow, strold, you have really been for to that, really port to Lokey. Well, what I have been watching other than media, is a k drama, Netflix original K drama called crash in the on you and and you know, I started watching because my little sister, name we was like we need watch this as a family and she was watching with our mother and she's like we should just watch this as a family. It's so good. Everyone's gonna love it. And like hey, you know what, I completely unfamiliar with K drama, but I watch that anime, I feel I can get it. It's funny, having watched so much anime, Ethan and I have been like calling plot points as they're about to happen because we're like, it's anime, Ras what happenings? Like you you see the anime influence on this. It's fantastic. It's sixteen episodes and each episodes like an hour, two, an hour and a half long. So it is a time investment, not really like something you get to go binge and honestly, each episode is pretty emotionally taxing. This like tons of ups and downs at every single episode. The deals with. It's surprisingly lighthearted for something that deals with some pretty heavy themes. The bad guy is an not a spoiler. The bad guy literally states is motivation. This is where it gets in the point of like this is a soap opera. The Bad Guy States is motivation to one of the characters and says I want to be able to kill people with immunity, like that's literally what he says. I want to be able to kill people whenever I want. And they don't give like a backstory and she's just like he's always been evil. I was gonna say that sounds very animal yeah, all right, but the the the the main male character, the...

...mad female character, have a him, have a have met like these, you know, like a faded past that they met before and and her family's terrible, with his family's loving and it's it's really really good and it's really really funny and he's got like this gang of soldiers that are under his command that are just the most incompetent, bumbling idiots that are just super endearing, super adorable. But but so I'll just tell you what I was Roban Sing. So there's a scene where they're trying to sneak out of this place. It's being watched by guards, and so they have a guy. He drives up and he pretends to be a British ambassador. Go he has like British ambassador. That's his cover or real seems like a conman. And so they're like all right, you need to distract the guard. So he pretends to not be able to speak Korean. He's like hello, is this the embassy? Yes, hi, handsome men, oh, the door please. Thank you. But it's it's very, very funny. Yeah, it's just it's just really a durable and and it does a really good job of their characters. You like, Oh, I don't like this character, but you come around to them because they keep developing them and you know as they interact with the characters. They they grow like each other. It's it's really adorable. The mainly captain ree. Obviously he's hot, but the reffle scenes where he's pouting and his pounding face is like the funny's effort. He's it's really funny and I highly recommend watching it. It employed some obviously there's there's translation things coming over, and so the whole premise of the show is the main female character. Soon you and say Rey. She is like a fashion magnet in South Korea. She has her own company called Savy's choice, and her dad like selects her to follow up with his company. He's in jail for some reason that hasn't been explained. I mean episode thirteen, still don't figure out why he went to jail. His brothers, or her brothers, are horrible, but they're trying to think of the company. She goes on a paragliding expedition and it's up crashing because there's like a freak like wizard of Oz style fruit Cornado, and she ends up in the DMZ, literally crash landing on the mainmail lead. Rejoined up and I'm just pronouncing all these names, so I apologize. Except for you and is Ariel was easier crounse, but but captain ree she literally crashed ones the Catherine and she's like in North Korea, and so she's within the three women and obviously they're they're like using these words, just like wait, what do you mean when you when you say that, and and and so they're using all these swear words and he's like, Oh, you can just call on this. You got to call this that NEA. And it's like translating the different swear words they're using and it's like ass hat something. It's with a why, too much, and she's like Geekt Bitch, I like that one heard before her, like it's very, very funny. And then she's like promising all the the sling. It's like he's like, I can give you this now or a million one after reunification. They're like it's it's really, really good. I can't recommend it high enough. It's been a lot of fun to watch it. Every single episode without pause, Lands on a clffhanger and then like halfway through the season, you're like there's a major plot point that needs to be resolved and you like, surely it can't take them the rest of the they're gonna resolve this pop point and the result that pop point and the way they transition to the next major one is really excellent and kind of flips the whole situation of the of the show upside down and you get like a whole different perspective on everything and it's really funny. You're not the first person to recommend that show recently, so I highly recommend. It's very, very good, a lot of fun. It's kind of it may have sold me on K dramas, because if they're all like DIS quality around this quality, I'm in for a lot more. This is it's been a lot of fun to watch. People I know that have watched k dramas have said this is correct. Crushing, the crushing crush landing on you, crush landing on you is very, very excellent and it is a good example of the genre. So yeah, it's it's it's just ludicrously fun cool. Jason, you got anything else you're geeking out about? I know you're a little crunch for times. Well, one of the shows that I jump back onto your recently, Cassandra and I got really into manifest when that show first started coming out. That was like the people were not supposed to play. They were. It's lost in reverse almost where basically showed back up like five years later. So it's the the snap from marvel. Just completely disconnect. But who watch? Yeah, it's isolated to this plane. Yeah, well, and it's like yeah, like a hundred ninety one people on a on a jet disappear for five years. Everybody assumes they're dead and then five years later the plane lands and then it picks up from there and there's like this kind of like loss. There's this interesting, kind of supernatural thing going on where they're hearing voices and they some of them have...

...abilities and things like that, and it was really interesting. We watched the first season, very into it and then the second season came out, we were watching something else and for some reason we got in our heads that it got canceled after the second season. So we never went back around to it. And there's ten seasons. Yeah, and then we saw the third season being advertised. We're like, oh well, that's still going, we want to go back, so we jump back into that. I think we're like halfway through the second season now and it's still really entertaining. If this you liked the kind of thing that lost was doing. You like that kind of mystery and all that kind of stuff. Very good. Not Quite as crazy yet, but again, we're only part way through the second season, so you know, lost had plenty of time to get crazy after that, right. Yeah, but I think it's even from some of the same producers and things like. It's some of the same writers and things jumped over to it. But so that's been a lot of fun catching up on that. And then I will say the only thing I'll say about Falcon water soldier because it's just came out and I'm the only one the scene. It is. It's very enjoyable. It's more in the marvel style. It feels like a captain America sequel, like pretty much from like the first couple of minutes in, and the score is excellent so far. Did allans of that Sol vest red the score and get some it's somebody else. You See who that was? And and I mean I was expecting Falcon Witter soldier to be sort of a buddy style, very marvel thing. Yeah, I was expecting it to be more like the mainstream. Yeah, see you stuff. One Division was such a daring bowl, yeah, which I love, I love. That was fantastic and that was at but but in a sense that was kind of expected because, spoiler alert, vision died in infinity war, right, and so you're like, okay, how is he around? He didn't get snapped, right. I think that they literally point out in the show like wasn't he dead? Dead, yeah, yeah, so them. So it was guaranteed to be at least a little bit funky and I think low key to is gonna be Shenanigan's like it's going to be because because one division has a very dark undertone, right, I don't think love he's gonna have a start give an undertone. I think it's but I did it. I could kind of expect fuco sold to be a little bit of raw, let's go, and then, you know, a lot of like there's no thing on you, so look ahead. I can't figure out who was sounded. I was just curious if it was the same guy they got to do the the the score for one division, because that was also the guy who did the score for frozen, and I wondered what Wanda was saying. Let it go, they did all the theme. Wait, did he do the soundtrack refers into as well. I want to say yes, but I'm aust in. The words maybe one of the best animas songs of all time, vious, I mean, but now we have agathe. All along that was right. Was Rolling the when that played, oh my gosh, like actually rolling. Well, and you know it's the monsters theme, which you know I used to watch the monsters back in the day. The composer is Henry January, Jackman, yeah, but really actually Jackman's long last brother. It's one of those things where, like it calls back to Captain America and some of the other stuff, but it's very fresh and it's very it's very joy and the real question, the only thing I actually care about these do bucky and Falcon had a Sam have good chemistry? We'll find out. Okay, all right, so but yeah, it's very good. Hopefully you guys can jump onto we talk about it one I just want one of them to take the shield me. Look at me, look at me. I'm Captain America, I'm the captain. He did do the score for civil war. He also did the score for big hero six and winter soldier, so that's appropriate. They got the same and when he did the score for Captain Phillips, that I am the captain. Serge's where you saying. I was gonna say one of the reasons you brought up low key again a second ago. One of the reasons I'm interested in that is I feel like it's going to kind of Meld. Those tones are going to be. You're going to have elements of like the wand division craziness, but it's also going to be a little more traditional mcu and you can kind of play with that with Loki and Owen. Wilson can play a good straight I actually prefer almost and as a straight man then trying to be the goofball. Yeah, he's a fun straight man. There are certain actors where they're just so good playing the straight man, trying to be that as the oh I get them mixed up. The Baka to the SACOMI, which is the Japanese. It's literally a Japanese comedy duo where one is it's an abbot in to stubble right, and I think the mixed up Becausetella was the straight man and Abbot was the goofball. I believe. I am not sure. I heart is hard tell right. No, Abbot was almost a short, angry one. Right. I honestly I can flat them in my head with Laurel and hardy. It's fair enough. Yeah, but the straight man is the one who who, you know, doesn't he just like straight...

...face, doesn't let the jokes be jokes. You know, calls him out and it's just exasperated all the time. Yeah, I almost always find that those are the characters that I appreciate the most. One of the things that fascinates me whenever I think about that is that for the Andy Griffith show, the roles were initially supposed to be reverse. Like, if you watched the first few episodes, Barney is the straight man and Andy is the goofball. I can't even imagine that. Harry very quickly, like it's only a couple episodes and they flip it completely because it works so much better the other one. I don't say. I can't even imagine Barney playing the straight man. Yeah, it's like the first few episodes. Oreo, Barney five, yeah, he but yeah, they initially wanted don knots to be the straight man. Man, can't even imagine. There's all kinds of word stuff for that show. Yeah, yeah, it's fun. That's it's a it's a fun old show. It's I mean it's such a cultural icon, but honestly, I don't know that I've ever seen like an entire episode. Maybe just one. Yeah, yeah, yeah, well, I'm trying to think of other things I've been geeking out over, but I think that that mostly covered it. I've been watching a lot of well, because I've been getting out on New Year, I've been watching a lot of Uga videos on Youtube and there was these two guys, I think it's called the the APPS team, APS team, and they were doing a a a skt on like expectations for reality for Yu Gi oh. So it's like building your deck. It's like, Oh yeah, well, this, this, this will be fun and reality, like I can buy these guys. Oh my gosh, it's four hundred dollars. Dueling a person in really like having so check your deck, like yeah, man, well, I think that card work. Yeah, it'll be totally cool. It's your deck. This what what you don't have? No, don't play that, they just take cart it. No, this is garbage. It's a garbage card. You can't it. This is really funny. And then also top tens look something. Somebody in the top ten like highest attack power values, and you do, ever, and the lowest one was fortyzero. Keep in mind this is a Gamer. You had eight thousand life points, right, and the highest attack monster you could summon, the highest space attack in the game, is Fivezero. Now you can get higher than that pretty easily, but the highest attack Prun in the game is eight thousand. Technically, I'm gonna really get you down. Technically I don't. I think it's slifer. You pay all your life points. If you had eight thousand life points, you can pay seven thousand ninety nine in my life points and a hive nights that much attack power. But it's like, Oh, you number four. It's like it has four hundredzerotag points. Is this attack when? I'm like, it literally has attack infinity. Okay, it's so anime, a weapon to surpass metal gear. So yeah, so that's all I've got. Any any last thoughts? Actually say, I was going to ask Jason if he had any last thoughts. He's gonna ask me if I then last exactly. Yeah, I do have one other thing if Jason doesn't go for okay, so this is this is like the this is like the ironic thing I've been geeking out about. So Ryan and I are hoping to be able to buy a house this year. Where you waiting our don't tell me. Even watching house hunters? No, have you been watching house? No, hot take. I do not like house. I've never watched it. But no, I have gotten into organizing a little more. I don't like read organizing books or articles or anything like that, but just trying to deal. Take like one small thing and Marie Condo. No, I everything in my house sparks joy. I can't do that right. It's like it doesn't mean you enjoy. The people who are who hoard things like it all makes me joy. I mean, I'm not a hoarder per se, but I also I everybody in my family suffers from SUPERPAC rat is m but fine line. Yeah, but anyway, been like taking like small things to like organized clean out, that sort of thing. So today, partially because I ended up really needing to do it, but I organize my pantry. It was very like satisfying, like literally like because, like I guess apartment builders assume at people who live in apartments don't actually do a lot of cooking, and I legitimately really enjoy cooking, even though I have a tiny, dinky kitchen. So what functions as our Pantry is actually a cook closet. So when we moved in, we put a small bookshelf in there to turn it into a pantry. So I ended up like pulling literally everything out of the Pantry, vacuuming, running the steam mop in there, wiping off the book shelf and then, you know, reorganizing, putting everything back. Only had to like toss like a couple of things that had gotten kind of gotten shoved to the back and we're good any more. But Man, like I was Marco pollowing some bodies today. That's like, behold this pantry. It's very exciting anyway. So organizing, you know, again doing it in pieces, because I'm, you know, I've got a lot of irons in the fire right now. But getting done with that sort of thing is,...

...has been very sets fine. So it's funny. I I'm not really I'm not a neat freak at all, but like, once I'm done cleaning, I'm very satisfied, right, and it makes me wonder why don't like cleaning more. Right, it's like not that much effort and then the the end, the end the day I you know, and I feel like put on a podcast it, but like sort of Nio cards. It's funny because I was like I've been mentally like, okay, well, first thing I do is I sort them based on the color right, because, okay, effect monsters at Orange and spells are green and traps of pinks. Of that first sorted. And that's like, wait, I have to separate out these cards from all the ones that cause me some guard. that. Okay, well, now do it's not effect monsters based on Alphabetically, or do I sort them based on star level? And okay, so now they're sorted by star level, alphabetically within the Star level, and I've got the effect arch types based on alphabetical. So the first ones, you know, all the a arch types, in the B arch types, in the see arch types and then and then you know, Monster, spell trap. So it's done a lot of organizing and it's it is it's like there's there's something to be said for the soothing nature of mundane tasks. Yeah, anyway. Yeah, that that that finishes everything on my lists. Yeah, anything anything left? I will throw one thing back, going back to the of the episode, because I have been rewatching zoids. I figured out something that is, for years and years and years I have not been able, like I misremember the theme to Jurassic Park, like when I hear it the news. Really Food, Dude, and I figured out why. It's because that show totally ripped off that thing. There's a there's a part where a large zoid called an ultra source awakens and I think they use it at the beginning of the show to the same score, but it is basically just a few notes off of the Jurassic Park theme for this giant Dinosaur Robot and it's I was like, oh, that's why I never get that right. So Abby, I will never forget the dress park themes long because abbey for some reason lapsed onto this vine. That was like someone got new shoes. I was like water those, water the like. So that's not had I played in band class in middle school, you know, because no saxophone something like that. Yeah, also, so like the entirety of that anime. Before I ever watched the first Durassic I was also a cover to dress parks. Yeah, yeah, Actually Watch Jurassic Park all the way through until like about a year before Jurassic World came out. MMM. I was like, okay, I'm gonna jump back on. Then you were immediately credibly disappointed. You just walked a really good dinosaur. That was the exactly what happened. I still the thing that still makes me the most angry about that movie is the fact that she runs away from a dinosaur in high heels, like dude, that, oh, literally almost every woman in every movie I know, but it's specially it is. Yes, I just want you guys to appreciate that. I almost brought up star wars as a reference there, but then I decided not to. Nobody ran away in high heels in those. No, really good. And you not see the picture of greed on set wearing high heels? No, I haven't. Grito was played by a woman and on the set it's like she's wearing the Grito mask but she's wearing high heels, of course. On Celo was like so rip Grito. Yeah, all right. So at the hey was surprisingly not a twohour long episode. Actually get it done this week, but yeah, so that's what we've been geeking out this past month and a half month. It's it's all. Yeah, we have something very special planned for hopefully next week. But our next episode will be something very special, very unique, based on the podcast that I've been thinking out over, which is the film rewroll. Definitely recommend you check it out. It's a group of feak. They're all actors or something. They roll play through movies using a like DD style system. They go off the rails in heartbeat. I'll just give you the one that the movie speed and ended in the prolog because they got the bad guys who fights in bullocks character literally just waiting for the boss and didn't get to do anything. So it was so that's the sort of thing that happens. So we're going to be doing that next time for the phantom menace and I think it's going to be a lot of fun. So and if that goes well, then we'll do some and and you know what, if if we change, if the movie changes enough, we'll have to do see what happens in the next two episodes. So with that, I believe you, guys, you can contact us, send us, you know, fan mail, hate, male angry comments, suggestions, whatever you want to send us at we're you can set us an email dearly debated at gmailcom. You can send us a tweet at dearly debated by the facebook group. FACEBOOKCOM groups do debated. Hit US up in any of those venues. Let us know what you're thinking. What is there topic you like just like...

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