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Marketplace All-in-One
The Alec Baldwin on-set shooting is a labor story

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 25:50


We’ve been gripped today by the tragic accident on the set of the Western movie “Rust.” Star Alec Baldwin’s prop gun discharged while shooting Thursday, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounding Joel Souza, the film’s director. The investigation is ongoing, but the reporting that’s come out of the New Mexico set so far indicates this is a much more complicated story about labor unions and workplace safety. We’ll talk about it today, plus Facebook’s rebranding and the merits of closed captioning. And, of course, we’ll play our favorite game, Half Full/Half Empty. Here’s everything we talked about today: “Haugen claims backed by new Facebook whistleblower filing with SEC” from The Washington Post “Donald Trump Does a SPAC Deal” from Bloomberg “Trump SPAC skyrockets as much as 1,657% since deal was announced” from CNN, plus this thread “Alec Baldwin ‘Rust’ camera crew walked off the set in protest before the fatal shooting” from the Los Angeles Times “Alec Baldwin Was Told Gun in Fatal Shooting on Set Was Safe, Officials Say” from The New York Times And our Half Full/Half Empty topics: bitcoin ETF, the Earthshot prize, PayPal acquiring Pinterest, Facebook’s new name and AMC adding closed captioning

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
The Alec Baldwin on-set shooting is a labor story

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 25:50


We’ve been gripped today by the tragic accident on the set of the Western movie “Rust.” Star Alec Baldwin’s prop gun discharged while shooting Thursday, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounding Joel Souza, the film’s director. The investigation is ongoing, but the reporting that’s come out of the New Mexico set so far indicates this is a much more complicated story about labor unions and workplace safety. We’ll talk about it today, plus Facebook’s rebranding and the merits of closed captioning. And, of course, we’ll play our favorite game, Half Full/Half Empty. Here’s everything we talked about today: “Haugen claims backed by new Facebook whistleblower filing with SEC” from The Washington Post “Donald Trump Does a SPAC Deal” from Bloomberg “Trump SPAC skyrockets as much as 1,657% since deal was announced” from CNN, plus this thread “Alec Baldwin ‘Rust’ camera crew walked off the set in protest before the fatal shooting” from the Los Angeles Times “Alec Baldwin Was Told Gun in Fatal Shooting on Set Was Safe, Officials Say” from The New York Times And our Half Full/Half Empty topics: bitcoin ETF, the Earthshot prize, PayPal acquiring Pinterest, Facebook’s new name and AMC adding closed captioning

Media Fuel
Episode 46 - "Are You Ready for the Revolution"

Media Fuel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 70:32


Follow us on Twitter and Instagram to stay updated!@mediafuelpodBig News!DC FandomMarvel NewsJohn Wick Prequel series?!  Cowboy Bepop teaserFright Nights 14-22Follow Us!@relsss Insta @relsarels Twitter @whyzeusy Insta & TwitterTags: Lations, gaming

The Open Mic Podcast with Brett Allan
Actor Chelle Ramos Talks the Walking Dead, Long Slow Exhale and Outer Banks | "Don't Let Anyone Steal Your Power"

The Open Mic Podcast with Brett Allan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 19:17


Today on the Brett Allan Show we are chatting with super talented Chelle Ramos. She can be seen currently on Season 11 of AMC's The Walking Dead as "Stephanie". She has also been a part of some other amazing projects, "The Gifted", "The Purge", "Outer Banks" and more! We also talk about her start as cast member at Universal Studios, her entrance into storytelling and so much more, plus some of the best advice given! Cheers! Send us an email!openmicguest@gmail.comBe sure to follow us on social media for all the latest podcast updates!Twittertwitter.com/@brettallanshowIGinstagram.com/brettallanshowFacebookFacebook.com/brettallanshowNOW ON YOUTUBE!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChHL...

/Film Daily
New Sopranos, Dueling Hellraiser Projects, Dune 2, and More

/Film Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 18:05


On the October 21, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by senior writer and chief film critic Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including more Sopranos from David Chase, potentially good news about the Dune sequel, competing Hellraiser projects, and AMC offering captions at some screenings. [embed=​​] Opening Banter: In the News: (Ben, OG Lex) AMC Theatres Now Offering Open Captions For Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Audiences (Chris) David Gordon Green Is Not Worried About The New Hellraiser Movie Competing With His TV Series (Ben, OG Jeremy) A Dune Sequel Was Just Kind-Of, Sort-Of, Maybe Confirmed (Chris) Sopranos Sequel Series Being Discussed With David Chase For HBO Max All the other stuff you need to know: Uncharted Trailer Breakdown: Tom Holland and a Hamburger Salesman Hunt For Treasure   Also mentioned:      All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com.  You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS).  Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at peter@slashfilm.com. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word!  Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.

American Consequences With Trish Regan
Are You Prepared For Hyper-Inflation?

American Consequences With Trish Regan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 29:56


In this episode of Americans Consequences with Trish Regan, Trish welcomes former White House economist and Wall Street Journal editorial board member Stephen Moore to the podcast. Steve says the supply chain shortage is growing worse and Americans should be ready for sticker shock everywhere within the next few weeks. Here's what to expect as the economy prepares for hyper-inflation in the months ahead.

Boxoffice Podcast
INDIE FOCUS with the Mary D. Fisher Theatre's Patrick Schweiss, Presented by Spotlight Cinema Networks

Boxoffice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 45:09


In this week's episode of The Boxoffice Podcast, co-hosts Russ Fischer, Daniel Loria, Rebecca Pahle, and Shawn Robbins discuss Halloween Kills box office numbers, the disappointing receipts of The Last Duel, the performance of the international market, Disney's latest round of release date changes, and the forecast of several of this weekend's new releases, including Dune and The French Dispatch.In the Indie Focus segment, Rebecca talks to Mary D. Fisher Theatre's Patrick Schweiss about the theater's efforts to give moviegoers a reason to keep coming to the theaters and their continuous efforts to get in front of as many audience members as possible while recovering from the pandemic.Give us your feedback on our podcast by accessing this survey: https://forms.gle/CcuvaXCEpgPLQ6d18 Episode Resources: Mary D. Fisher Theatre Spotlight Cinema Networks What to Listen For 00:00 Intro 01:43 3rd consecutive domestic weekend where box office reached over $100M gross 02:43 Halloween Kills had the highest opening for a day-and-date film of all time 04:02 Shawn's prediction for Halloween Kills hits the mark 06:40 No Time To Die on its second week 10:27 AMC's open captio roll-out 13:32 Disney's release date changes, including the MCU 16:08 Other titles release date changes 20:45 The French Dispatch forecast 22:18 Update on new releases in the international market 24:40 The Batman starring Robert Pattinson 28:25 Turning the most untheatrical building into a theater 32:24 The cultural heart of Sedona 35:20 A blend of a year-round film festival 36:56 Giving people an intense movie experience they would want to talk about 39:06 Maintaining strong relationships with customers 43:40 Transition into and out of the pandemic

Moon Money
Were Retail Traders Cheated?!?! (AMC & GME)

Moon Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 3:08


Were Retail Traders Cheated?!?! (AMC & GME) Full Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jf64f-QURTcRISK WARNING: Trading involves HIGH RISK and YOU CAN LOSE a lot of money. Do not risk any money you cannot afford to lose. Trading is not suitable for all investors. We are not registered investment advisors. We do not provide trading or investment advice. We provide research and education through the issuance of statistical information containing no expression of opinion as to the investment merits of a particular security. Information contained herein should not be considered a solicitation to buy or sell any security or engage in a particular investment strategy. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

Doughboys
Dogdoughbarkfest: AMC Theatres with Adam Gertler

Doughboys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 127:58


Adam Gertler (Dog Haus) joins the 'boys for Dogdoughbarkfest and discusses sausage making and breakfast burritos before a review of AMC. Plus, an appearance by the president of the Chicago Hot Dog Foundation. Sources for this week's intro: https://variety.com/2021/film/news/amc-campaign-back-to-the-movies-1235058227/ https://www.britannica.com/biography/Nicole-Kidman https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000173/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 https://www.amctheatres.com/corporate/amc-history https://www.amctheatres.com/corporate/about  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brown Popcorn
77: Halloween Kills

Brown Popcorn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 28:26


00:00 Intro (welcoming Jess, AMC Porter Ranch, drinks at AMC)05:14 Halloween Kills (spoiler review)18:14 Game (Would You Rather?)27:18 Outro (thanking everyone)

Sound Investing

Cryptocurrencies, ARKK, inflation, market timing, Vanguard High Yield Bond Fund and emerging markets and mor This podcasts includes questions from a fellow advisor as well as questions from readers and listeners. Do you care that bond interest rates are below inflation and it seems that rates will stay below inflation over the next decade? Do you encourage investors to search for alternatives to bonds with higher expected returns? Do you think returns should be presented in real (after inflation) or nominal (no inflation) terms? Could an equity trend-following strategy be used as an alternative for bond funds? What advice do you give young investors on cryptocurrencies or stocks like GME or AMC? Many investors are convinced that investing in new rapidly growing companies (such as those ins the ARKK ETF) are superior to small cap value companies. Why choose the losers over the winners? Is a simple conventional 60:40 portfolio best for most investors? Why is your Ultimate Buy and Hold Portfolio underperforming the S&P 500 over the last 6 months? This answer explorers the winners and the losers over the last year. I'm disappointed in the recent 3 years of returns of emerging markets. Can you give me some historical perspective on the recent underperformance? Would an international small cap value fund be a good substitute for an emerging markets fund? What are the pros and cons of Vanguard's High Yield Bond Fund and Total Bond Fund?

Geek To Me Radio
265-Iron Man Writer, Christopher Cantwell-Kickstarter for ‘Heavy is the Hand' Comic with D'Andre Ellis

Geek To Me Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 50:36


D'Andre Ellis (https://twitter.com/Prophecy_Comics) talks about his kickstarter for ‘Heavy is the Hand' (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/hithcbs/heavy-is-the-hand-issue-1-of-comic-book-series) Writer Christopher Cantwell (https://twitter.com/ifyoucantwell) talks about his experience writing Iron Man comics. 0:00 SEGMENT 1: D'Andre Ellis from Prophecy Comics (https://www.instagram.com/prophecycomics/) talks about adapting his movie script into a comic book, the Kickstarter for his comic, and the creators who have inspired him. 21:30 SEGMENT 2: Writer Christopher Cantwell talks about getting his start in indie comics, getting tapped by Marvel to write for Doctor Doom, pitching for Iron Man, and how long he plans to keep writing for Marvel. 31:20 SEGMENT 3: Christopher Cantwell talks about which Marvel characters he was allowed pair up with Iron Man, taking Tony Stark to space, keeping the Space Friends together, his admiration for Tom Brevoort, his new JFK conspiracy story for Boom Comics, working with Karen Berger, writing for TV, pursuing movie making in college, and selling ‘Halt and Catch Fire' to AMC. Thanks to our sponsors Marcus Theatres (https://www.marcustheatres.com/) and Historic St. Charles, Missouri (https://www.discoverstcharles.com/) Amazon Affiliate Link - http://bit.ly/geektome Buy Me a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/3Y0D2iaZl Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/GeekToMeRadio Website - http://geektomeradio.com/ Podcast - https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GeekToMeRadio/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/geektomeradio Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/geektomeradio/ Producer - Joseph Vosevich https://twitter.com/Joey_Vee --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall/support

Thinking Crypto Interviews & News
HUGE CRYPTO NEWS - BITCOIN ETF NYSE, COINBASE NBA WNBA & FACEBOOK, ALGORAND NBA GAME NFT

Thinking Crypto Interviews & News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 20:17


Big crypto news today as the ProShares Bitcoin ETF went live on the NYSE, Grayscale files to convert GBTC to a BTC Spot ETF, Chainalysis adds BTC to its balance sheet, Coinbase partners with NBA, WNBA, and NBA2K, Facebook partners with Coinbase and Paxos, Algorand will be used for Flex NBA game by Sequoia Games. Bank of America (BofA) has added 23 more stocks to its equities research coverage “that may see market value expansion due to digital asset exposure,” according to a research note dated Oct. 18. Volaris, the national airline of El Salvador Flag of El Salvador announced that it will be accepting #Bitcoin for tickets.Sean Ford Algorand COO interview - https://youtu.be/XFJULWNWV3IGabor Gurbacs VanEck interview - https://youtu.be/Hog-wGYpnZA

El Stream Mató al Cable
El Stream Mató al Cable N° 329 - What If...? (1ra Temporada)

El Stream Mató al Cable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 60:25


En esta edición crossover con La Garganta de Vader comentamos la primera serie animada del MCU, What If...? ¿No sabes qué series ver? El podcast “El Stream Mató al Cable” te ayuda a decidir, comentando las series más importantes de la nueva Edad Dorada de la TV (y el Stream). Encuéntranos también en: Facebook: www.facebook.com/streammatoalcable/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/PodcastEsmac

The VectorVest Stock Market Podcast
Mid-Day Market Update 10-18-2021 | VectorVest

The VectorVest Stock Market Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 71:59


Welcome to our LIVE mid-day update room! We analyze what is currently going on in the stock market, check the big news of the day, look at stocks making big moves, check the news and help our subscribers make better-investing decisions! Oh, and by the way......we have a little bit of fun as well! We do the work, you reap the rewards!!!

The TV Boys
053. The TV Boys - Zachary Quinto

The TV Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 82:02


Heroes of Noise
Episode 171 - There's Someone Inside Your House, The Voyeurs, Superhost, V/H/S/94, and Halloween Kills

Heroes of Noise

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 89:17


Welcome to Episode 171 This week we keep the opening banter short and get to what we've been watching over the past week a little quicker.  This week it's all about thrillers and killers. Dan gives 2 quick reviews for movies Steve hasn't seen yet. The first being the Netflix original "There's Someone Inside Your House", and the second being the Amazon Prime Video original "The Voyeurs".  When we get into what we've both seen, we start off with the Shudder original "Superhost". We follow that one up with "V/H/S/94", another original from Shudder. We cap things off with our review of the recently released "Halloween Kills", the follow up to 2018's "Halloween". Did it live up to the hype? Listen in to find out what we thought. That's pretty much how this episode all plays out. We hope you enjoy. We'll be back with more Thrillers, Chillers, and Killers next week. Until then, keep it spooky.

The Superhero Show Show
#398: So Hwacha Hwacha Hwacha Want?

The Superhero Show Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 164:55


The Superhero Show Show #398So Hwacha Hwacha Hwacha Want?It's time for the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead on an all-new The Superhero Show Show!With Cassie on the run from the law, Mike and Ryan call on James from the Timeline Scavengers to help them get through this week's shows, and find out that James has never watched a second of Walking Dead in his entire life! He double-dips this week, starting with our main event, the mid-season finale of Walking Dead proper. On a dark and stormy zombie night, Darryl and the gang make their last stand against Pope and his crew. They'll have to figure out how to break into his compound, how to get around the fact that God speaks directly to Pope, AND deal with the scariest weapon since someone used a slightly bigger than average pillow in a pillow fight: the hwacha. Will the W.D. Crew be able to get out of the way of a dozen Piccolo Petes lazily flying at them. Tune in and find out!It's a jam-packed show other than the main event. First, the Taste Buds are making their way through the Bracket 400, the winner of which will be revealed in the 400th episode of this podcast! In tonight's episode, they kick off four shows from the Independent division, and four shows from the Horror division. Then, the Friends hand out the Shushie for Best Actor!PLUS, Ryan sits down with Alex and Pete from the Comic Book Club to talk about the second season of Locke and Key. Just in time for Halloween, Netflix will release the whole second season next week, and Ryan talks to the guys about what they thought about the first season and their expectations for the second.Find out more about Comic Book Club here!  Follow Alex on twitter @azalben, and Pete @realpetelepage!  All of that, plus reviews, discussions, and updates about Batwoman, Legends of Tomorrow, Stargirl, Lucifer, Titans, Supergirl, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Y: The Last Man, and Doom Patrol! All of that, and so much more, on an all-new, all-different The Superhero Show Show!EPISODES DISCUSSED:BATWOMAN #301Watch Batwoman on The CW"Mad As A Hatter" - (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (TV-14, LV) (HDTV)SEASON PREMIERE - As Batwoman (Javicia Leslie) continues to keep the streets of Gotham safe, Batwing (Camrus Johnson) joins in on the action, but Luke quickly realizes he hasn't quite mastered his suit. Meanwhile, as Alice (Rachel Skarsten) sits hopelessly imprisoned in Arkham, Sophie (Meagan Tandy) fully enjoys her freedom. When Ryan pays Alice a visit to ask about the bombshell she dropped - that Ryan's birth mother is still alive - Ryan must decide if she should go down the rabbit hole of her past. As Mary (Nicole Kang) prepares to finally graduate from medical school, she feels the absence of her family more than ever. But when an Alice admirer stumbles upon one of the missing Bat Trophies, Gotham and the Bat Team get mixed up in the madness, culminating in a shockingly gruesome graduation... and an equally shocking new partnership. Also starring Robin Givens and Victoria Cartagena. Holly Dale directed the episode written by Caroline Dries (#301). Original airdate 10/13/2021. Every episode of BATWOMAN will be available to stream on The CW App and CWTV.com the day after broadcast for free and without a subscription, log-in or authentication required.DOOM PATROL #306Watch Doom Patrol on HBO MaxPlunged back in time, Rita attempts to navigate the Bureau oSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourpopfilter)

Mother Nature Will Kill You
Episode 18 - Play Stupid Games, Win Stupid Prizes

Mother Nature Will Kill You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 79:22


Haley and Jillian return to spooky season to finish out the mysterious tale of Franklin's Lost Northwest Passage Expedition of 1845, and Haley fills us in on the updates from the recent, tragic case of Gabbi Petito*. Apologies from Jillian for forgetting to cite her sources - they are all present below the description. *update, cause of death has been released as strangulation Sources: What Happened to the Doomed Franklin Expedition? These Are the Clues Kieran Mulvaney, History.com What Happened to the HMS Erebus and Terror? Royal Museums Greenwich What Happened to the Franklin Expedition? Outpost Heads to Nunavut to Find Out, Evan Solomon, Outpost Magazine Hunt for the Arctic Ghost Ship, Channel 4 Documentary Inside the HMS Terror, Bangor Daily News Further Media: The Terror, Dan Simmons The Terror on Hulu (can also stream on AMC or Amazon Prime)

The Movie Crypt
Ep 437: Jill "Sixx" Gevargizian

The Movie Crypt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 60:07


PUBLIC VERSION. Known by many as “Jill Sixx,” filmmaker Jill Gervargizian (THE STYLIST) has one of the most relatable and encouraging career stories that aspiring artists could hope to hear. Much like the majority of up and coming filmmakers who listen to THE MOVIE CRYPT religiously, Jill doesn't live near Los Angeles or NYC… she didn't go to film school… and she had to hold down a “real” job (she worked as a hair stylist for 10 years) to make ends meet while simultaneously getting her career as a filmmaker started. She didn't have an industry connection to speak of or a wealthy family member/friend who could green-light her dream of making movies. (Sound like YOUR current circumstances?) However, after attending her first horror convention and realizing that “movies can also be made by real people,” Jill pulled together what little resources she had available and made her directorial debut with her short film CALL GIRL. Her short found success in some of the biggest film festivals and ultimately served as her calling card for the feature version - THE STYLIST (out now). From finding her own wonderful support system in the Kansas City community of cinephiles, genre fans, and aspiring artists… to making a positive impression on the various filmmakers and industry players she'd meet on the festival circuit simply by being herself and asking for nothing (as Adam states having first met Jill at FrightFest in London)… Jill's journey is a shining example of what Adam and Joe always say: “If we could find a way, so can you.” Dr. Arwen leads a group “Hollywood Therapy” session on the subject of crowd funding and Jill provides major inspiration through her story of staying grounded, working hard, and making things happen for herself as opposed to waiting for a lucky break, hoping for a door to magically open, or allowing Hollywood's seemingly impenetrable and extremely unfair system to allow her to feel like a victim. Get in the Halloween spirit by watching the 23rd ArieScope Halloween short film GHOST DOG (now playing on ArieScope.com and on the ArieScope YouTube channel), by watching one of Joe's TWO new CREEPSHOW episodes (now playing on AMC's SHUDDER), and by picking up the new HOLLISTON graphic novel (“Holliston Goes to Hell”) and the latest HATCHET comic book (“Victor Crowley's Halloween Tales 3”) wherever you buy comics or directly from ArieScope.com!

Every Rom Com
Every Rom Com Now Streaming: Halloween 2021

Every Rom Com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 26:48


On this first ever Halloween edition of Now Streaming, Sophia and Jen recommend some spooky and seasonal movies and TV shows featuring romance, comedy or both. Jen goes heavy on Victorian gothic romances, while Sophia helps out listeners who can’t handle big scares. Whether you want to laugh, scream, cry, or just get in the Halloween spirit, we’ve got you covered. We also let you know where to find some great double feature choices for the movie featured in our last episode, “Happy Death Day.” Where to Find Movies We’re Featuring On the Podcast, as of October 17, 2021: “Happy Death Day” - FXNow, Spectrum “Little Monsters” (2019) - Hulu “Warm Bodies” - HBO Max, Cinemax, Spectrum. Where to Find Double Feature Recommendations for “Happy Death Day” Jen’s Recommendations: “Happy Death Day 2U” - FX Now, Spectrum “Disturbia” - HBO Max, Spectrum “Scream 2” - Pluto TV, philo, AMC+, Spectrum Cybil’s Recommendations: “Freaky” - HBO Max, Spectrum “Triangle” - Prime, The Roku Channel, Peacock, Tubi, Kanopy, IMDB TV, Pluto TV, Filmrise, Vudu, Redbox, Fawesome, Electric Now. “Palm Springs” - Hulu Halloween Rom Com and Rom Com Adjacent Picks: Jen’s First Pick: “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” - Pluto TV, philo Sophia’s First Pick: “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” - Tubi, IMDB TV Jen’s Second Pick: “Penny Dreadful” (2014-2016) - Showtime, Spectrum Sophia’s Second Pick: “Young Frankenstein” - Amazon Prime Jen’s Third Pick: “Crimson Peak” - Netflix Sophia’s Third Pick: “Ghost” - Netflix Jen’s Fourth Pick: “The Cabin in the Woods” - Peacock Sophia’s Fourth Pick - “Practical Magic” - available to rent or use your local library!

The Walking Dead Talk Through
TWDTT 131 – For Blood (S11E8)

The Walking Dead Talk Through

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 160:31


For episode 131 of The Walking Dead Talk Through, Kyle, Brian, and LT talk through The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 8 titled For Blood. It was written by Erik Mountain and directed by Sharat Raju.The Reapers defend Meridian from a herd. Alexandrians protect themselves from walkers in a storm.

Zero Dark Nerdy - Pop Culture Podcast
S4E25: Interview with Michael Tourek

Zero Dark Nerdy - Pop Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 33:26


Greensboro's very own Michael Tourek joins us on our latest podcast. We chat about some of his latest projects (he's on the longest-running show on AMC that's a pop culture favorite), balancing family and acting during a pandemic, as well as sharing some of his favorite scary movies, Halloween candy, and Halloween costumes of all time. Be sure to check out our website, www.popculturepodcast.com, for all your entertainment news, notes, blogs, trailers and podcast episodes, as well on all your favorite social media sites. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Expanding Your Search & Stopping For Directions Podcast w/Brent & Jodi Bailey
Expanding “Vindication" Wednesdays with Becky Travis herself, Peggy Schott. S.4.19

Expanding Your Search & Stopping For Directions Podcast w/Brent & Jodi Bailey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 35:42


Expanding Your Search is honored to have actress Peggy Schott on the program!Peggy Schott is a native of New Orleans, where she began acting in musical theater in school. After her three children had grown, Peggy began working in film and television in Texas.Peggy has also produced several short films and music videos, worked in casting, and directed the short film “Laurie's Poem – a true story”*. Currently she can be seen as Becky Travis in the faith based crime drama series “Vindication”.In our talk, Peggy and I discuss how she relates to her character on “Vindication” and we also hear some behind the scenes stories that she shares.*******Bio on our guest:Peggy Schott is a native of New Orleans working as a film, television, commercial and stage actor based in Austin, Texas.Peggy performed in high school with the theater department at Jesuit New Orleans. After many years working as a graphic designer, in small business, non-profit work, and raising children, she returned to her love of acting in her mid-40s.In just a few years Peggy has performed lead roles in stage plays and many short films, had supporting or principal roles in several features and appeared in series. A notable theatrical role was as historical figure Varina Davis in the original stage production of “Sisters Under the Skin”. In films Peggy has performed in scenes opposite Tye Sheridan, Imogen Poots, and a young McKenna Grace. She appears in features that have premiered at SXSW, Sundance and Cannes including Annie Silverstein's “Bull”. Peggy's series work includes the recurring role of Tess on AMC's “Fear the Walking Dead” and as series regular Becky Travis on Amazon Prime's “Vindication”.Peggy is a versatile performer known for her dramatic roles as well as comedic characters in genres from historic to horror to stoner to faith-based.Peggy has also taken the opportunity to learn about the film industry behind the camera working in the casting department on Terrence Malick's “Song to Song”, as extras casting director for A.J. Edward's "Age Out", as a producer of music videos and short films, an assistant director and recently directed her first short film "Laurie's Poem" starring Avi Lake of Netflix's “A Series of Unfortunate Events”.Goal: To work with talented, dedicated people on quality, meaningful, enjoyable projects.Peggy is married and has 3 children.Stopping for directions and links to our guest:*******Guest Website: https://www.peggyschott.me/Guest Website: https://www.vindicationseries.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/peggy.s.schottInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/peggyschott.me/Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/vindicationseriesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/vindicationseries*******Expanding your search and stopping for directions is a podcast for growing our circles of connections and knowledge together through positive conversations and encouraging communications.*******https://www.imdb.com/title/tt12985720https://facebook.com/expandingsearch/https://instagram.com/expandingsearch/https://twitter.com/expandingsearch/https://bit.ly/34ptz6yhttps://www.amazon.com/Brent-Bailey/e/B0849TKGWMhttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm8178665https://www.linkedin.com/in/revbrentbailey/License CCLI:Copyright License11183063 Size AStreaming LicenseCSPL045649 Size AGrowing our circles of connections and knowledge together through positive conversations and encouraging communications.Music provided byhttp://BenSound.comGrowing our circles of connections and knowledge together through positive conversations aSupport the show (https://directionchurch.churchcenter.com/giving)

Media Fuel
Episode 45 - No Time For Reboots

Media Fuel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 49:02


Follow us on Twitter and Instagram to stay updated!@mediafuelpod007TV TV TVTrailers and moreFright Nights 7-13Follow Us!@relsss Insta @relsarels Twitter @whyzeusy Insta & TwitterTags: Lations, gaming

The tastytrade network
Jones and Grace - October 14, 2021 - Trading European Carbon Credits, Buying AMC Calls, And Staying Away From Pizza Cheese Burritos

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 22:57


Victor and Ryan break down the European carbon market (one of the biggest trades we've never heard of), trading another gamma squeeze in AMC, and why a Mexican restaurant selling pizza is never a good sign.

The tastytrade network
Jones and Grace - October 14, 2021 - Trading European Carbon Credits, Buying AMC Calls, And Staying Away From Pizza Cheese Burritos

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 23:48


Victor and Ryan break down the European carbon market (one of the biggest trades we've never heard of), trading another gamma squeeze in AMC, and why a Mexican restaurant selling pizza is never a good sign.

American Consequences With Trish Regan
Facebook's Algorithms of Censorship

American Consequences With Trish Regan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 31:59


Fresh off the Facebook whistleblower testimony on Capitol Hill, Trish is joined by TV legend John Stossel, who is currently suing Facebook for defamation about his investigation into climate-change stories. Stossel talks about the Facebook "fact-checking" process and how he even received an apology from one fact-checker, and how another said he never personally viewed John's video. Plus, Trish and John talk about the almighty Facebook algorithm and how it's censoring Conservative media while allowing Liberal media, Communist countries, and even the Taliban to post without penalty.

KA-POW! The Pop Cultured Podcast
Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast #301 Just Add Muppets

KA-POW! The Pop Cultured Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 81:07


Finally on the other side of three hundred, Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast begins our next era catching up on all the fun fall television we haven't talked about in a while.  And be sure to check out our brand new Patreon page at www.patreon.com/youdownwithkpp.  We have revamped our whole Patron system to offer more choices and more rewards.  A small monthly contribution to this labor of love gets you access to fun Patron exclusives from a vote in our polls to early access, special bonus episodes and more! Length - 01:21:07 Language - PG-13.  (Contains mild adult language.) - 0:02:46 - TV RECAPS & REVIEWS "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" ends their run with a satisfyingly silly conclusion, struggling to get on the same wavelength as "Y the Last Man," AMC's Fear Fest brings back "Eli Roth's History of Horror" docuseries and more episodes of the "Creepshow" anthology, "Muppets Haunted Mansion" adds classic Muppet humor to the Halloween season, putting an anime spin on a galaxy far, far away in "Star Wars: Visions," the first batch of Marvel's "What If...?" end with a cosmic team-up, the Pixar "Dug Days" shorts on Disney+ exude charm, season two of "Ted Lasso" avoids the sophomore slump, the Netflix phenomenon "Squid Game" mixes class struggle into a familiar horror setup, "Titans" adapts Red Hood's origin for its third season and new episodes of "Love on the Spectrum" full of heartwarming positivity.

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 21-396 - A Lot of Healing

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 38:40


In this episode, last week Pennsylvania Democrats one after another articulated the issue vexing top White House aides, party operatives in Virginia and voters in Georgia. Clooney blames Trump for Biden's poll numbers.

JJ On Demand
The Watch List-Zac Efron Joins Marvel, Walking Dead, Netflix, DWTS, Scream, Entertainment News and What To Watch | JJ Hayes | KFDI

JJ On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 1:57


The Watch List is what you need for a quick look and listen at some of the day's biggest entertainment news stories. Marvel, Netflix, AMC are hot today, Paul McCartney is not pulling punches and big country night on tv tonight.

Pardon My Arrogance
The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 8

Pardon My Arrogance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 23:23


PMA returns with its weekly installment of This Week on The Walking Dead.....FINALLY, we've got an EXCITING episode of The Walking Dead, just sucks thats its the mid-season finale. The fellas jump knee deep into the episode and all of its zombie horde packed action!ENJOY!!!

Air Force Radio News
Air Force Radio News 12 October 2021

Air Force Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


Today's Story: AMC's New Commander

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast
Packy McCormick - Founder of Not Boring Ep #49

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 44:03


Anatoly (00:09):Hey, folks. This is Anatoly and you're listening to The Solana Podcast, and today, I have with me, Packy McCormick, author of Not Boring. Hey, man. Good to have you.Packy McCormick (17:27):Good to be here. Thanks for having me on.Anatoly (00:21):So, You're an author and you're also an investor. How did you get into crypto?Packy McCormick (00:26):Yeah. So, I got into crypto back in 2013. I read Fred Wilson's blog post on investing in Coinbase, bought a bunch of Bitcoin, I think 38 Bitcoin, and then I went on a trip to Oktoberfest, and I felt bad about it, I had just quit my job, so I was like, "You know what, instead of spending money when I'm unemployed, let me just sell this stupid Bitcoin and I will pay for the trip."So, because of that, because of the pain of selling then, I avoided it until earlier this year, later last year, and really, really got back into it as I was talking to a couple companies that I was thinking about investing in and thinking about the intersection of crypto and the metaverse and how an open economy just fits so much better with that vision, since then, I've just gotten deeper, and deeper, and deeper down the rabbit hole.Anatoly (01:18):So, you held Bitcoin because you can sell it? That's just too big of a pain in the ass.Packy McCormick (01:24):I felt so bad about selling it and missing out. I think at the peak, it was like a two million dollar plus mistake, and so I was like, "You know what? I'm out of this for a little while."Anatoly (01:34):That's funny. What do you guys invest in?Packy McCormick (01:39):Yeah. So, I run a small 10 million dollar fund called Not Boring Capital, and we really invest across stages, across geographies, across verticals. For the first, I'd say, half of the fund, it was really traditional investments, I'd say for the second five million in the fund, it's been pushing up against the 20% non qualifying limit. I'm actually investing in my first Solana based project this week, which is yet to be announced, so can't talk about it, but something in the real estate space and something I'm super excited about. But doing as much crypto as I can in there, but I still think some use cases are perfectly well suited to crypto and some are really not. There's plenty of things in Web 2.0 that I'm super excited about as well, so really trying to balance investing across both.Anatoly (02:27):So, by traditional businesses, you mean like software internet based ones?Packy McCormick (02:32):Exactly.Anatoly (02:33):Cool. I mean, I've been in crypto for like the last... I can't remember... it feels like a decade, and I can't imagine what the world is like. So, what are people building?Packy McCormick (02:48):It's a good question. So, today, I talked to a company, for example, that is making it a lot easier for a restaurant to order the food that they need. So, right now, if you're a restaurant and you're ordering food, you're getting a bunch of PDFs from suppliers every week that aren't even searchable, and then you're going through the 6,000 items on there and picking something. So, there are still a bunch of these huge unsexy categories that are completely ripe.There's some security stuff that bridges into crypto, but there's one, again, stealth right now, but is also dealing with some Solana projects on the security side that I'm really, really excited in, but they're also securing Web 2.0 projects. There's some FinTech stuff I wrote about a company called Uni, yesterday. There's definitely a little bit of mental gymnastics that I have to do to be super bullish on FinTech and super bullish on crypto, but I really think adoption cycles are going to be super long and there are some really huge opportunities on that side too. I think everybody is trying to make the existing system that doesn't work, make it work better for people, and so I'm all for things, on either the Web 2.0 Side or in crypto, that make finance better for people.Anatoly (04:01):The mental gymnastics are curious about. I always thought that crypto is just part of this general story of software eating the world. Is that your take on it too?Packy McCormick (04:12):Totally. I mean, I wrote about Solana and I wrote this in the piece, but then I'm a maximalist-minimalist, and that's cross chain, but that's also I don't think crypto is going to eat everything yet or maybe ever. Just like on the internet, Web 3.0 is really about the dynamic interfaces where you could interact with each other. While there are companies like Facebook and Twitter and all of this social media companies that were more interactive, there were a ton of huge companies built during the Web 2.0 Era that weren't social media, that weren't real-time interactive at all, and I think the same thing will play out. I think you need to pick the best stack for whatever you're building at the time. And so I think we'll see a world where a lot of stuff moves to Web 3.0, And hopefully, even things that don't incorporate crypto become a little bit more liquid, a little bit more decentralized, a little bit better for people, but I don't think that crypto is the answer to every problem that the world has.Anatoly (05:05):So, when you look at a company that is building out the basic, "Let's convert PDFs to a searchable interface," that feels like something that should have happened 10 years ago, right, in your mind, at least?Packy McCormick (05:23):Totally. I mean, I think there have been attempts in that space actually, and some of them haven't worked. There have been different approaches. People have tried to do marketplaces and different things like that. I think what changed in that particular case is that over the past year, one, restaurants are super cognizant of cutting costs and getting profitability to the best possible spot, and so they're more willing to try new things. These people are taking an interesting approach without actually changing the interface that the restaurants interact with at all, they're just making everything behind it more powerful. So, things have been tried... there's people that are trying new approaches every day. I mean, I'd say 80%, because that is the literal max that I'm allowed to do is 20% crypto out of my fund, so 80% of my investments are non-crypto, and there's a bunch of stuff that's growing fast and is really exciting.I think the other interesting thing is that there are a bunch of companies that aren't going fully decentralized but are incorporating maybe a DAO in one aspect, where they have members who might be running something and want to vote on what that thing is coming up, or will incorporate NFTs in a particular part of the business where it makes sense. So, I think we'll see that blur a little bit more, but even within companies, they'll be doing some Web 2.0 Stuff and some Web 3.0 Stuff.Anatoly (06:32):So, I guess, in a way, you're bullish on non-crypto on the rest of the world as an investor?Packy McCormick (06:41):Yeah, my worldview is bullish tech and innovation, and I think if you're talking on the... I have a medical device company in the portfolio and a machine learning company that helps make sense of medical documents, and all that kind of stuff, I don't see a need yet for crypto, and maybe there's better decentralized storage of that information in the future, so it's not a centralized entity. And so over time, I think more, and more, and more of it will potentially become decentralized as the tools catch up, but for right now, that's just stuff that needs to improve.There's a company called NexHealth that I invested in that has really complex long term plan to first, sell SAAS into doctor's offices, use that to connect the EHRs, use that to build out APIs, use that to build out a platform, to ultimately try to make it easier for people to just hack on medical products, because right now it's such a pain in the ass to do anything in the medical space. I am super bullish on that kind of innovation because if you ask me what doctor I went to two years ago, I'd have no idea, if you asked me what my stats were, I'd have no idea. So, anybody fixing any of those kinds of things, I'm super bullish on.Anatoly (07:52):Man, I mean, the internet is basically 30 years old, right, at this point, and it's wild to think that we're still connecting just data...Packy McCormick (08:00):Totally.Anatoly (08:02):... data to format.Packy McCormick (08:03):It's why I'm going to be bullish on all of this. The internet is still early in terms of penetration, and then crypto is a tiny, tiny, tiny percentage of that, so there's just a lot of room for all of this to run.Anatoly (08:13):It feels then like everything is happening at the same time, we're still onboarding the world to the internet or now, part of the internet is being on boarded to crypto. Is that something that you first saw? What do you think about that?Packy McCormick (08:29):Yeah. I mean, I think most of the world... I think well over 50% nowadays is internet connected. I think it's just more and more things that were not internet connected are being tackled. I think a lot of the big obvious opportunities get taken and then people realize like, "Oh, shoot." I think I've seen, in the past week, a couple of companies that are making it easier for truckers to pay for gas and track those expenses. There's just all these big things that touch the physical world, where primitives needed to be built first, you needed banking as a service type things to make it really easy for companies to issue cards, to build it for specific use cases, so I think it's all just a matter of what primitives have been built and then what you can do on top of that. That's one of the reasons I'm so excited about crypto is because you and other folks in the space are building such interesting things for other people to build on top of.Anatoly (09:15):Since you have, I think, a more maybe practical or realistic view, since you're dealing with non-crypto projects that are trying to get revenue, right? That's generally the pitch to an investor.Packy McCormick (09:33):Yes. Over a long enough time horizon, some of them need to get revenue.Anatoly (09:36):What do you see in crypto itself as promising to use crypto in a way that actually increases revenue for that business? What are those things?Packy McCormick (09:48):Yeah. I don't know. One of the fun things about exploring both sides is that I really try, when I look at any crypto project, to understand what business physics laws it's enhancing. Businesses are businesses because people buy things the same way all over the place or people like to make money. People are the same, and I think all of this comes down to people, obviously. Solana comes down to how many developers build on top of it and how many people use that. And so obviously, I think one of the big important things is the ability to build network effects by giving people ownership. And I think the idea of using ownership in crypto to even have negative customer acquisition costs, to be able to essentially make the price of something negative to be able to get adoption, to use crypto tools for retention and network effects I think is one of the big things that excites me.I think it's also just moving way, way, way faster. I mean, look at Ethereum and Solana, right? Ethereum, strong network effects, people building on top of it, and then Solana comes in and looks like the same chart but faster. And so you can get these network effects, but then somebody else will come in with network effects that are even faster, and I think it's going to be interesting to see how those types of things play out.Anatoly (11:05):Negative acquisition cost is a really interesting topic because that's basically yield farming, right, like DeFi? The foundation of DeFi, how I get users is, a lot of these projects give away their coin. Do you think those patterns is something that you're going to start seeing in traditional businesses, like AMC popcorn, if you buy AMC stock is some form of liquidity mining, right?Packy McCormick (11:39):I think the challenging part, right, is that people want either money pretty immediately or they want ownership in something, and it's really hard for Web 2.0 Companies to give away ownership, there's a ton of paperwork involved. There are platforms that are trying to make that a little bit easier, but it's still really hard for them to give away ownership the way that, if you're a DeFi protocol, you can give away your token to attract users in the beginning.So, maybe there will be some things that Web 2.0 Companies steal and bring over from crypto, but I do think that's one of the uniquely beautiful things about it, is that it's this... I mean, we'll see. It's still so early, right? But that it's this beautiful thing where because you're early, you're able to earn more, and then because you were there, you actually support the network and make the network more secure and all that. So, there's actual justification for it, but it's just that shift in who gets the ownership of things, which I think is kind of beautiful.Anatoly (12:35):Do you think that the Web 2.0 properties, or like Facebook, Twitter, that those are at risk for being disintermediated by crypto?Packy McCormick (12:44):Yes. On a long enough time horizon, absolutely. I don't know what it looks like, and I think the early attempts to do it have been a bit skeuomorphic, and that's one of the things that interest me here is that BitClout was, I guess, interesting, but it was Twitter with coins, and I don't think that the next social network will look like Twitter with coins, I think it will look like something that is maybe wallet first, or maybe in the 3D world, or something that looks different but then achieves a very similar end. And so I think, yes, 100% they're at risk, but I don't think that they're at risk from something that looks like a clone but adds a token.Anatoly (13:23):Man, I love that word, skeuomorphic, because that's how I started thinking about it as I'm talking to a bunch of projects that are trying to shove crypto into what is a Web 2.0 thing, a Web 2.0 product. Do you as an investor see that as a red flag or like, "Okay, maybe this might work and you should try it, but clearly, you're going to have to iterate away from it"?Packy McCormick (13:46):I think it comes down to what you're trying to do. I talked to an investor who is way smarter than I am about this the other day, and she was like, "You know what, actually for me, because I invested in the series A and beyond, if one of my portfolio companies came to me and said that they're going to incorporate crypto at this point, that would be a red flag because that means that they don't have product-market fit and they're trying to figure out how to get product-market fit by doing something else shiny." There are other projects, like there was something that I was talking to her that was totally Web 2.0 Based but that asked people for feedback, they were having challenges with retention, they were asking users to submit information, they were thinking about how to reward them, and for something like that, particularly when it's so early, I do think that adding crypto into the project makes a ton of sense.If you're trying to incentivize contribution and improve retention, crypto is an amazing tool for that for the right type of community. So, I really think it depends on what type of product it is, and some things I think skeuomorphic might work in some cases where you're ripping out an internal reward point and replacing it with crypto, I think that can make sense, but when you're trying to just shove money into something to see if you can attract more users, that's when I feel like there's a bit of a problem.Anatoly (14:59):So, Reddit Coins, do you think that's going to work?Packy McCormick (15:02):I mean, they're at least early and I feel like they're such an interesting community of people, and the idea of karma has existed in Reddit for a while, so maybe making that a little bit more fungible and exchangeable is interesting. I mean, there's a bunch of behavioral economics on the idea that if you just pay people for stuff, you actually fuck up incentives in a bunch of different ways that are hard to predict, so it could be tough. When you actually assign a dollar value to something, you make people think about it in terms of the dollar value, and they're like, "Wait, I just spent a day moderating the subreddit for $1? Are you kidding me?" So, I think you need to get that part right, right? Where you can give them a million karma points and it doesn't matter, but then it becomes $1 then there's an issue? So, I think people need to be wary of that, but certainly where there are internal scoreboards, giving people a way to actually monetize that I think is interesting.Anatoly (15:56):Have you looked into play-to-earn stuff?Packy McCormick (16:00):Yeah.Anatoly (20:39):Okay.Packy McCormick (16 :02):I wrote a piece on Axie. I think it's so fascinating.Anatoly (16:05):I'm terrified of a world where everything we do is like, "You got to do this to get your 20 extra cents on your dollar." Right? It just sounds like a nightmare.Packy McCormick (16:15):I know. I mean, I am of the mind that dystopia is probably overstated because people have to opt in at every gate, and so I've had conversations with people where they're like, "Isn't it wild that we'd be spending time in the metaverse? Isn't that dystopian?" And then you think about how we spend a lot of our time right now, we're in a two dimensional screen. Wouldn't it be more fun if there was an immersive environment that we were interacting with here, and would we just continue to choose to do the 2D version until the 3D version got realistic and fun enough that we made the shift? And so there's going to be those gates at all times where people can opt in or not.A lot of the people playing Axie right now are in the Philippines, were unemployed, thanks in large part due to COVID, and so their options were, "Don't do this and figure out some other way to make money or start playing this game, that you might be playing anyway, and actually make money while doing it." So, that's an incredible option that people have, but you also don't see a ton of people in the West flocking to Axie to make a couple of bucks because the trade-off doesn't make sense for them. And so I think the trade-offs have to make sense for people but everybody has agency, to some extent, and will opt in to the things that make sense for them.Anatoly (17:29):When I played Ultima Online, I bought digital items in that game on eBay with a cashier's check. So, I get this idea that you can get really into a game.Packy McCormick (17:41):Totally. And then you stop playing Ultima Online and that money is just wasted, right? And so the idea that you could easily transfer that item to the next generation or person that wants to go all in on the game is nice, it means that you're accumulating something while you play. I think, over time, those experiences will fade more and more into the background and it will feel less like play-to-earn and will probably just be play-and-earn, but there's going to be a transition period where you have to just be bold about it and the play-to-earn piece has to be front and center, but I don't know.We can go to deep down the philosophical rabbit hole on all of this, but there is a point at which, at some point in the future... and I know this is debatable... but at some point in the future, we're not going to have to actually work to eat, to shelter ourselves, to have clothes, all of that, and so what do you do that provides meaning, right? I don't think we're going to evolve into a world where we feel comfortable not having to work for anything, and so people will find new ways to make meaning.Anatoly (18:47):We're going to be NPCs in each other's games.Packy McCormick (18:51):Seriously.Anatoly (18:53):How much do you pay attention to the regulatory side of it? Do you think World of Warcraft is going to have to file W-2s?Packy McCormick (19:06):Man, I do not envy the IRS or the SEC trying to keep up with... I do this all day, every day. I'm fascinated by it and I can't keep up with everything. There's going to, obviously, need to be a total paradigm shift in the way that this stuff is tracked and managed, even taxes. I am going to figure out, at the end of the year, whatever the best tax software that I should use to make sense of everything that I've done all across Web 3.0 This year, but if I didn't, the chances that somebody sitting in the IRS for my small potatoes amount of money is actually going to be able to go and figure out what I did is minuscule. So, I don't know how they're going to do it, but there needs to be a common sense way that doesn't end up in just this constant clash.Anatoly (19:54):Yeah. All my Degen Ape trades.Packy McCormick (24:36):Seriously. I mean, there's a thread that went viral on Twitter a couple weeks ago that was someone being like, "Hey, by the way, did you know essentially that when you buy an NFT, you're also selling your coins at a game and you're going to have to pay taxes on that?" There's going to be a lot of people who get hit pretty hard at the end of the year.Anatoly (20:15):Yeah. I'm curious how that's going to play out. That's wild. I mean, like one of the investments should be like, "Here's tax software for all your crypto shit." That seems obvious one.Packy McCormick (20:28):Yeah, there are a few people working on that. I mean, the other one that I really want to see... I had mentioned this 20% limit. So, if you're not an RAA, if you're not a registered investment advisor and you manage over X dollars, you can only buy 20% non qualifying, and crypto is included in that. I really want to see someone build RAA in a box, and RAA means that you need a chief compliance officer and you need all this stuff. And so somebody who makes that easier to do and easier to set up crypto funds I think is going to make a killing as well.Anatoly (20:58):I mean, that seems like something that the smart contracts should be doing, right? If you're investing purely... Most of that compliance is just transparency, right? It's like, "Am I doing the thing that I said I was going to do?"Packy McCormick (21:10):Totally. But some of it is, "Is there a person here looking over what I'm doing?" The rules are written for a world in which it makes sense for a person to look over something instead of computers talking to each other. So, there's going to be a transition period there, but over time, yes, it makes a lot more sense as a smart contract, and I'm interested to see.Are you familiar with Syndicate protocol?Anatoly (21:33):I'm not.Packy McCormick (21:34):So, Syndicate protocol is I think mostly on Ethereum at this point, but it makes it easy to set up investment clubs, SPVs, a bunch of other things, and so brings a lot of the group investing activities on chain. Is there anything similar on the Solana side?Anatoly (21:50):I don't know yet. The network exploded in terms of people building on it to the point that I can't track.Packy McCormick (21:57):That's awesome. That's a milestone.Anatoly (22:00):Yeah, that's a milestone. It's just like, "Pooh," so now I'm like, "Okay, go back into the weeds, back into optimizations."Packy McCormick (22:08):Yeah. Sorry to turn the mic on you, but I'm very curious. How do you balance your time right now?Anatoly (22:14):Poorly, I would say. I think there was an effort to get the word out to as many developers out there that this is how you build stuff and these are the reference implementations, and now that that's moving on its own, I almost feel like me putting energy there is going to have such a small amount of gain. So, I think of it in value against replacement terms, which is a very dumb engineer perspective, or maybe that's a pretty good one. I don't know.Packy McCormick (22:48):No. I mean, if you can view yourself from a remove like that. I mean, that's the goal of running a company or an organization or a protocol is, "How can I replace myself in as many different spots as possible?" But are you in the Discords? Are you getting Degen on some of these projects and stuff?Anatoly (23:07):I used to be more Discord just telling devs, "This is where the doc started, this is how you unblock that compiler error or whatever." I was in there, and now there's enough people doing that, I'm like, "Okay, I'm useless here." So, in the early days of Metaplex, helping out people set up their Heroku servers or whatever, I spent a little bit of time doing that, but then all of a sudden, our engineers took off with it.I'm curious how you think about DAOs? Are these truly amorphous blobs where nobody knows anyone else and there's some voting mechanism that you trust, or as normal people actually that do this stuff, it feels to me that they are humans that are all know each other and they're coordinating with software?Packy McCormick (23:54):Yeah. There's been a meme going around, I feel like this week, again, on Twitter, where people have been talking about like, "Oh, it's impossible to get fired by a DAO. Why not just get hired by a DAO and then don't do anything because who's going to fire you?" I love the idea, and I love the fact that crypto makes it possible to organize and incentivize huge groups of people across the world and get them to work in the same direction, I also think there's going to be a ton of challenges.People are very used, for the past at least couple 100 years since the dawn of the corporation, people are very used to working in hierarchical structures where there's somebody making a decision. And so I think there will be a balance that gets struck in a lot of cases, like delegation I think will get more, and more, and more popular. And ideally, there's some projects being worked on that I'm excited about where people's on-chain contribution and activity and resume is almost tracked, and maybe you give more power to the people who've contributed the most and proven expertise in a certain area, and all of that. So, I think a lot of things need to be worked out there.I think that we're in the stage now, frankly, where a lot of DAOs will not do as well as a centralized thing would have done, but then some DAOs will just do this crazy emergent stuff that never would have been possible in a normal structure that was a little bit more hierarchical. So, I think we're in the, let 1,000 flowers bloom, phase of DAOs right now where emergence will produce some really interesting stuff, and then emergence will also produce some total failures, and we'll see where it all shakes out.Anatoly (25:25):Corporations have politics, right? There's definitely politics in large corpse, and I feel like small DAOs have politics, and that's typically not true of a startup.Packy McCormick (25:39):Yeah, I think that's true. Although it can happen faster to startup, but the interesting thing that happens at a startup is, if the CEO allows it to be political, it can get political really quickly. And so it's interesting, in the DAO structure, when you don't have a "CEO," that either the community ethos will be away from politics and you'll get shunned and banned or whatever for politicking, or there's no one to say, "Don't do that," in which case, it can get out of hand really quickly. So, if you have a bad CEO, it's probably better to be a DAO, and if you have a really good CEO, there are advantages to having somebody making the decisions.I'm also fascinated to see... and I don't know if you've seen anything on this side yet... but can a DAO build products that are as good as something with a little bit more centralized control? Like products are traditionally made by a visionary, and then a team, who has a clear roadmap and all of those types of things, and is it possible to do that in a more decentralized way?I mean, even Solana itself, one of the things that attracts me about the project, and again, not a decentralization maxi by any stretch of the imagination, is that you were involved, right? And when there were code errors, you were getting in there, you were telling people how to fix them and all of that. And I've talked to a bunch of people, since I read that piece, who were building things on Solana, who site that as one of the reasons that they like building on Solana, is that the team is there to help when there are errors and help direct them towards best practices. So, I don't know. I think something like that model is probably going to succeed.Anatoly (27:18):I can only get blamed myself.Packy McCormick (27:21):Exactly.Anatoly (27:23):At the end of the day, yeah. Balaji had this quote that I've used it a bunch of times, that decentralization is not the absence of leadership but it's the abundance of leadership, and I love it. I also feel like that because of Bitcoin and it's like history. People started assuming that disorganization also was required for decentralization, which I think is bullshit too.Packy McCormick (27:52):Yeah. How do you view DAO versus social token, or I guess more just governance versus upside sharing?Anatoly (27:59):I think tokens are social networks, almost first, and then anything else later, because any community, it's all contracts. All this open source software is reusable. I can take Uniswap, fork it, and then stick some random token on it, and it's as good as Uniswap. You cannot tell me that it's worse in any way, right? It's the same thing, right?Packy McCormick (28:27):Someone should do that.Anatoly (28:29):Yeah. And then that community takes it in a different product direction, right, for whatever reason. I think that really fast fail is probably the most important part of decentralization. Anybody can fork you and then just take it in a different direction and form a community around it.Packy McCormick (28:50):I agree. Which project was it that Justin Sun tried to take over and then everybody just stopped using it?Anatoly (28:50):Steem.Packy McCormick (28:55):Yeah.Anatoly (28:57):And that is, I think, part of the beauty of the space, right, is you can only be a benevolent dictator. As soon as you lose the benevolent part, they're like, "Well, everything's open. F off."Packy McCormick (29:12):It's amazing.Anatoly (29:13):Yeah. Did you follow the SUSHI saga?Packy McCormick (29:19):I didn't follow in real-time. I went back and looked at it after the fact, but I would not consider myself a SUSHI expert.Anatoly (29:26):Do you think that we're going to see these communities stick around for the long haul, like Uniswap, etc?Packy McCormick (29:33):I think that is the billion dollar, trillion dollar, whatever number you want to put on it, question. I mean, I was alluding to it before with these network effects being replaced by things that pick up network effects even faster and faster. I think that's the blessing and the curse that I was talking about. You could remove every single person working on Facebook except for the person who made sure that the servers were up, and people would keep using it for a long, long time. If the people disappeared from Sushiswap or Uniswap or wherever, it just fades away and they move on to the next thing, and that takes off. So, I think virality in crypto has been proven. You can get viral really, really quick. Defensibility over a very long time horizon I think is still TBD.Anatoly (30:19):Where does defensibility come from in Facebook, in your mind?Packy McCormick (30:24):In Facebook, Facebook has a clear network effects, one where I guess if the people on the network decided to stop using it, it would go away, but there's not a clear place that you would all go when you have... Maybe there's switching costs too because you have your whole network mapped, and they won't actually let it be portable. To your point, you can fork anything... you should be able to fork the relationship graph and all of that over time as people build new mechanics to make that happen, and when you can just bring your whole relationship graph with you across Web3, then maybe you just all go to the next place, or maybe there's not even a place, and it is just that your wallet, at some point, keeps track of all the connections that you have, so maybe the wallet is the central point where a lot of the value accrues and the thing that makes everything portable, but I'm not exactly sure. What do you think?Anatoly (31:22):When I first saw Facebook, I thought, "This is a shitty news group. I can run my own mail server and ask my friends." And then you realize that normal people don't want to run their own mail servers or news groups, but you centralize around convenience. Where things centralize around convenience in crypto has, for me, been really tough to pin down. NFTs especially are a really good example of people jumping from one set to another but still maintaining both, right? They're able to be in multiple places at the same time.Anatoly (36:44):I can be a Degen Ape and like a Monkey MBS member at the same time.Packy McCormick (32:12):Where do you think that ends up? Where do you think people end up centralizing, or do they not?Anatoly (32:18):I'm not sure. This is like, again, a trillion dollar question. I feel like if we get to, three, 400 million people self custody with wallets that are doing stuff, we'll start seeing those patterns of like, "Okay, this is like the Facebook, it's a social graph or the... I don't know... the super connected now," something.Packy McCormick (32:42):Yeah. I wrote about this a couple weeks ago, I wrote a piece called the Interface Phase, and it was a little bit like a high kid post where I was like, "What are the interfaces going to be?" But just the fact that the first internet needed Netscape and needed a graphical interface, Web 2.0 needed things like Digg and Facebook that were interactive for that kind of capability, the read-write interface to really be there, and I don't think Web3 has gotten there yet. I do think that either a wallet based thing, and I don't know what that looks like, and I'm not smart enough to figure out what that looks like, or the kind of metaverse. And I think it's such an interesting mistake of history or just a coincidence of history that the tech for the metaverse and Web 3.0 Are peaking at the same time, but a world in which...One of the things I think crypto does well is give physical-ish characteristics to digital things, and so I think a interface that makes that clear will have a lot of value in just making a lot of the stuff that feels a little more ethereal feel more real and tangible, and actually, there will be physical places that people meet up and all that.Anatoly (38:28):So, I think what's interesting about crypto is that it's more like Ultima Online. When I was playing the game, I got a mental model of the map and the ownership of those items because it was persistent. I would go to the thing and I would change something and then come back and it was still there, and your brain, I think, just rapidly just plugs it into the rest of the stuff that it interacts with. If you got a lot of humans all doing this together, I think they'll start forgetting that it's nothing more than a bunch of computers.Packy McCormick (34:23):Totally. I mean it's interesting. I forget the name of the book, but there's a book about the memory competitions and the world memory championships, and the way that they memorize things is by putting different objects throughout a house and then walking through that house, So, we are, I think, a lot better at memorizing things and grokking things spatially than we are... and maybe this is just me talking as a non technical person, but just picturing computer networks without some physical reference point.Anatoly (34:54):I don't have as good of a mental model of space crypto Twitter or like social networks. It's not a map to me in my mind. But with something like experiments like DeFi land and stuff, I think that actually might bridge that because of this ownership thing. And I don't still think it's the fact that I can modify stuff and come back and see it and feel that I'm doing it.Packy McCormick (35:20):Totally. Yeah, people like building, and showing progress, and all of that. I'm going to turn the mic again. How do you view Solana at this point in terms of DeFi versus the cultural side of things or the metaverse side of things?Anatoly (35:37):We don't. I think, to us, DeFi was always I thought was an important part because you look at any kind of markets, NASDAQ, those are the obvious ones, "Oh, yeah, that's probably going to be on some blockchain," but advertisement, right? It's like Google Search shows you a page, they take your data, sell it on an Ad Exchange, and that to market, that's centralized right now, how do you disintermediate it? Oh, you can do that with cryptography, right? And a replicated censorship resistant database. That's it.You can break those things down into marketplaces and remove the middleman. And that, I think, is how we think about it, is like, where does that make sense? And culture NFTs are I feel like that non skeuomorphic social networks. It's not somebody that stuck Twitter with coins, these organically sprung up, right? It's like lodges in the whatever, 1700s, like I'm part of this Masonic Lodge or this club or whatever, right? Now, I'm Degen Ape or whatever.Packy McCormick (36:57):Totally. And right now, I guess, that often manifests itself in Discord where people are hanging out. I've had this conversation with people before in this debate. Do you think there needs to be a decentralized Discord where this lives or where do you think all of this ends up living?Anatoly (37:12):I don't think so. Like a year ago, I thought somebody needs to build a decentralized Twitter, a decentralized Instant Messaging, and the working mechanics of it, being decentralized or on chain, don't change the social impact of it. You're still talking to people. Why does it matter where you talk to them, right? Who cares?Packy McCormick (37:34):Totally.Anatoly (37:37):It's like, I think, stuff where you can start making connected modifications of the same state, that mental model of like, "Hey, we're all doing this thing over here." That becomes a place and that's where people actually do things, but here's where they talk about it.Packy McCormick (37:56):Yeah. And I don't think you can find a more minimally extractive corporation than Discord, and they make less dollars per user than anybody.Anatoly (38:06):Yeah, they're pretty awesome. Also, yeah, the high fidelity audio and stuff like that I think is pretty cool. I think they built it for gamers.Packy McCormick (38:19):Yeah. It's so interesting, and I'm probably going to write about Discord at some point here too, but I've written something called The Great Online Game before, which is essentially we're all just playing this big video game across the internet. And so it's really funny that Discord, which was built for gamers, is where all of this activity is... If you're playing a big video game and the chat app designed for video games, it makes sense as the place that people go.Anatoly (38:43):Yeah. Crypto and the internet is... at least the internet part of crypto is very much a big video game.Packy McCormick (38:49):Exactly.Anatoly (38:50):Are you investing mostly in the US, US companies or all over the place?Packy McCormick (38:54):I'm investing mostly in the US but have done a few in India, I've done Sweden, I've done Canada, very open to doing anywhere on the world.Anatoly (39:06):Do you feel like there's been a shift towards everything becoming Silicon Valley, that it doesn't really matter anymore at this point?Packy McCormick (39:13):The internet is Silicon Valley. A more amorphous idea is Silicon Valley at this point, but I'm in New York, I'm probably 30 minutes away. I'm in Park Slope and the crypto hub has become Williamsburg, and I talk to all those people all the time, and I never take the 30 minute trip over to Williamsburg because I have Twitter, and I have Discord, and I'm pretty much right there with them. So, I don't think physical place matters nearly as much. Gathering in physical places is awesome. I think the idea of conferences, and quarterly team meetups, and all of that kind of stuff is absolutely going to explode. There's a really fun thing about only knowing somebody on the internet and then meeting them in person and feeling like you've known each other for a long time, but I don't think the physical place where you all live all the time matters that much.Anatoly (40:03):Yeah. I think what's weird is like I have a sneaking suspicion that the remote work worlds, everybody's working remote is actually going to mean more people travel and get together.Packy McCormick (40:17):And it's not just going to be like FaceTime and waiting around the office and sitting. When you're together, you're together, and then when you're working, you're heads down working, and I kind of like that.Anatoly (40:26):Do you think people are more efficient that way or is that the natural state?Packy McCormick (40:30):It depends how many Discords. Before this call, I was supposed to be writing and I've gotten obsessed with the Wanderers NFT projects, so I just bought another Wanderer and then was trying to figure out how to display it in my cyber gallery. So, I think there's not somebody looking over my shoulder, so in that sense, maybe it allows you to get a little bit more distracted. But I also think a lot of things coming together at the same time, more and more people are responsible for themselves, and so if I don't work now, then I'm working all weekend, and I have to get the same stuff done anyway. And so I do think that's, hopefully, the natural state of things, is that people are allowed to get their shit done when they want to.Anatoly (41:12):Are NFTs what you're looking at mostly in crypto? Is that the most exciting part?Packy McCormick (41:16):NFTs are, I think, very exciting to me. My first internship was on an energy trading desk. I should want to get into DeFi and I feel like I'm going to get wrecked unless I can spend all of my time getting into DeFi, so I've largely steered clear. I do think that NFTs are super interesting for the reasons that you suggested, and I think that they are a little bit like a social network. I think it's going to be really fascinating to see how these things evolve and the worlds that get built around them. And they're the most tangible crypto thing out there, right? You have an item. I like these Wanderers because there's audio, and they're these eight second clips, and so the richer that you can make them, I think the better, and over time, more, and more, and more things will just be ownable digitally, and I think that's very cool.Anatoly (42:09):I love the trend of like 2DR first, like really low res, because it's like a forcing function in creativity, right? It's actually hard to make something look good with that low fidelity.Packy McCormick (42:22):Totally.Anatoly (42:25):So, I'm a fan of watching the space self, almost evolve, right? This is definitely going to get better, right? You're going to have full scale renders with 3D models and high production stuff in a few years, but it's exciting to see what it is now, right?Packy McCormick (42:42):Totally. I have another portfolio company called Arco that's doing... essentially, it's trying to replace the design software that companies use. So, Autodesk has Revit to do 3D modeling, they're doing the Figma version of that, but then could you just take this physical building that somebody's designed for the real world, turn it into an NFT and let somebody bring it into the digital world? I would love to own the Chrysler Building and then bring it into my world.Anatoly (43:10):Skeuomorphism.Packy McCormick (43:14):I thought about that too when I was trying to write about the interfaces, I was like, "Why are we even thinking about buildings and worlds at all? If you don't have to follow the rules of physics, then why do you?" But I do think, through our conversation earlier about maps, reference points are also important, so you need to, one step at a time, go away from things that people are familiar with.Anatoly (43:34):Yeah. Cool, man. So, this is a really awesome conversation. Thank you so much for being on the show and really getting into it.Packy McCormick (43:43):100%. This was fun. Thank you.

The Walking Dead TV Podcast
The Walking Dead TV Podcast Episode 324

The Walking Dead TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


This week we are a little late but double dip into The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 7 "Promises Broken" and The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 Episode 1 "Konsekans"

HHWLOD Master Feed
The Walking Dead TV Podcast Episode 324

HHWLOD Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


This week we are a little late but double dip into The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 7 "Promises Broken" and The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 Episode 1 "Konsekans"

The Last Laugh
Jena Friedman Is the ‘Hipster Nancy Grace'

The Last Laugh

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 48:30


Jena Friedman is a former ‘Daily Show' field producer, an uncompromising stand-up comedian and, as of this past year, an Oscar-nominated screenwriter for ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.' Now, she's taking on the true crime industrial complex as the host of ‘Indefensible' on SundanceTV and AMC+. In this rare repeat appearance on the podcast, Friedman talks about exposing “crisis pregnancy centers” in ‘Borat,' weighs in on “Missing White Woman Syndrome,” and shares her thoughts on the death of John McAfee, with whom she conducted the definitive interview for her previous show ‘Soft Focus.'Follow Jena Friedman on Twitter @JenaFriedman and Instagram @jenafriedmanFollow Matt Wilstein on Twitter @mattwilsteinFollow The Last Laugh on Instagram @lastlaughpod Highlights from this episode and others at The Daily Beast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

El Stream Mató al Cable
El Stream Mató al Cable N° 328 - Midnight Mass

El Stream Mató al Cable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 60:39


Mike Flanagan vuelve a sorprendernos con una miniserie para Netflix, en esta ocasión explotando el potencial terrorífico de los ritos católicos. En esta edición comentamos Midnight Mass. ¿No sabes qué series ver? El podcast “El Stream Mató al Cable” te ayuda a decidir, comentando las series más importantes de la nueva Edad Dorada de la TV (y el Stream). Encuéntranos también en: Facebook: www.facebook.com/streammatoalcable/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/PodcastEsmac

Easy Money Podcast with Don Anders
Easy Money Podcast: Buying Meme Stocks in Retirement Plans

Easy Money Podcast with Don Anders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 3:34


Don Anders explains what a meme stock is and why people should be especially careful when considering meme stocks as a part of their retirement plan portfolio. Whether it's GameStop, AMC, Bitcoin, or some other investment that is popular for popularity sakes, you need to make sure you take precautions before investing.

The Superhero Show Show
#397: What If What If Created the What If Avengers?

The Superhero Show Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 108:15


The Superhero Show Show #397What If What If Created the What If Avengers?It's the first season finale of What If...? on an all-new Superhero Show Show!Cassie has reunited with both her boys, as Mike makes his triumphant return to the show after a few weeks off, just in time to watch the season finale of What If...?! The friends discuss the season overall, and whether or not it was successful, before dialing in on the final episode. Marvel wasn't able to tell 11 individual stories, and uses this opportunity to tie all of the episodes together. Was that a good idea? Does the show stick the landing? Tune in and find out!As if that wasn't enough, the Friends are continuing their countdown to episode 400 by bracketing all of the shows that have come out since the first episode of the podcast! On today's episode, they hit the Marvel corner of the bracket. 8 Marvel shows will be booted forever. Tune in to see which ones get cut!MIKE HEREAll of that, plus reviews and discussions about every other show that came out this week, including The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Stargirl, Lucifer, Riverdale, Titans, Supergirl, The Walking Dead, Y: The Last Man, and Doom Patrol!All of that, and so much more, on an all-new Superhero Show Show!EPISODES DISCUSSED:DOOM PATROL #305Watch Doom Patrol on HBO MaxMadame Rouge enlists the Doom Patrol's help after learning about her unsettling past. While the rest of the team works to infiltrate the target, Rita stays behind and finds a surprising connection with their mysterious friend.LUCIFER #606Watch Lucifer on NetflixWanting to do well on his first day with the LAPD, Amenadiel crosses paths with a racist detective from his past. Also, Lucifer tries to bond with Rory.LUCIFER #607Watch Lucifer on NetflixJust as Eve and Maze's wedding day arrives, Eve's ex, Adam (yes that Adam) shows up hoping to reconcile. Later, Ella delivers some distressing news.RIVERDALE #519Watch Riverdale on The CW"Chapter Ninety-Five: RIVERDALE: RIP (?)" - (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-14, LSV) (HDTV)OUT WITH THE OLD - As the gang pick up the pieces after a rough year back in Riverdale, an incident at Pop's forces them to make a difficult decision about the future of the town. KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Madelaine Petsch, Madchen Amick, Mark Consuelos, Casey Cott, Vanessa Morgan, Charles Melton, Erinn Westbrook and Drew Ray Tanner star. Gabriel Correa directed the episode written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Greg Murray (#519). Original airdate 10/6/2021.STARGIRL #209Watch Stargirl on The CW"Summer School: Chapter Nine" - (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, V) (HDTV)JOHN WESLEY SHIPP GUEST STARS AS JAY GARRICK - As Eclipso (Nick Tarabay) takes aim at the Whitmore/Dugan's, Pat (Luke Wilson) is reminded of painful memories from his past involving the original JSA and their fight to take down Eclipso. Meanwhile, Mike (Trae Romano) is forced to confront the guilt he feels for his role in Icicle's death, and Barbara (Amy Smart) comes face to face with someone from her past. Finally, Courtney (Brec Bassinger) struggSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourpopfilter)

Moon Money
BIG Changes Coming!

Moon Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 6:57


BIG Changes Coming! AMC & Doge Partner Up (What You Need To Know) SHIB Breakdown: https://youtu.be/-SkfDOf1dsYRISK WARNING: Trading involves HIGH RISK and YOU CAN LOSE a lot of money. Do not risk any money you cannot afford to lose. Trading is not suitable for all investors. We are not registered investment advisors. We do not provide trading or investment advice. We provide research and education through the issuance of statistical information containing no expression of opinion as to the investment merits of a particular security. Information contained herein should not be considered a solicitation to buy or sell any security or engage in a particular investment strategy. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

The Walking Dead Talk Through
TWDTT 130 – Promises Broken (S11E7)

The Walking Dead Talk Through

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 109:43


For episode 130 of The Walking Dead Talk Through, Kyle, Brian, and LT talk through The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 7 titled Promises Broken. It was written by Julia Ruchman and directed by Sharat Raju. Maggie learns a survival tactic from Negan. Eugene's group clears walkers. Daryl hunts with Leah.

Media Fuel
Episode 44 - Super Content Boo's

Media Fuel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 45:27


Follow us on Twitter and Instagram to stay updated!@mediafuelpodNetflix's TUDUM eventSuper Mario Movie announcedSpider-Man vs MARVEL Book of Boba FettSuper Bowl newsHouse of The DragonFollow Us!@relsss Insta @relsarels Twitter @whyzeusy Insta & TwitterTags: Lations, gaming

BJ Shea's Geek Nation
BJGN 10-08-2021 - Venom: Let There Be Carnage

BJ Shea's Geek Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 42:10


Rev & Gareth von Kallenbach from Skewed & Reviewed discuss Far Cry 6, Call of Duty, and Amazon's movie studio; BJ reviews (NO SPOILERS) Venom: Let There Be Carnage; BJ & Joe discuss episode 3 of Apple TV+'s The Foundation; BJ discusses the latest from AMC's The Walking Dead; and we get the Geek Sheet with Vicky B! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Real Value Podcast
Time Is Of The Essence

The Real Value Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 28:00


In this episode, Blaine talks about the ‘python of progress' and what is happening in almost every industry. Better data collection and use of that data is disrupting many industries, and the appraisal industry is right in the crosshairs of disruption.  Business planning and wealth coaching for appraisers

Kahnversations Podcast
Kevin Pasdon from Showtime's Dexter: New Blood and Fox's 9-1-1!!!!

Kahnversations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 69:11


Kevin is a Boston native and began his career in New York City and the New England region while working as a fulltime firefighter and paramedic. Drawn to film and TV, Kevin began working as a set medic for a slew of studio features. Gradually, he shifted his focus to be in front of the camera which eventually led him to Los Angeles. KEVIN recently wrapped a supporting role in the Netflix feature ABOUT FATE starring Emma Roberts and Thomas Mann and just filmed a role in DEXTER: NEW BLOOD, the limited series set at Showtime. He will next be seen in Director Steve Pink's feature THE WHEEL, making its world premiere as an official selection for competition at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival. Earlier this year Kevin wrapped a recur on LACE, a new legal drama for AMC's streaming platform, allblk, as entertainment reporter ‘Duke Salters' and kicked off 2021 with an episode of FOX's 9-1-1: LONE STAR.  You can download or subscribe to our podcast for FREE by clicking below. If you like “Kahnversations,” please leave a rating or review on our iTunes page!   Click Here To Listen! There are so many inspiring podcasts with fabulous stars out there. But their careers feel light years away from ours, don't they? Wouldn't it be great to hear from the guy who just booked his first pilot? Or the kid finally doing a studio pic after a bunch of low budget indies? Or the woman who's been a series regular a few times but is only now becoming a name? What about the guy who's been on a show for years and you know his face but what'shisnameagain? Or that actress who is now a freakin' showrunner???? How'd THEY do it, right? How did they transition from relative obscurity, bartending and bottle service, to buying that house in Brentwood? We're producing “Kahnversations,” a podcast that provides access to THOSE people -- your immediate predecessors -- so that you can learn from them while their battle scars are still fresh. In “Kahnversations,” our own Ryan Bailey interviews some of Lesly Kahn & Company's working actors, directors, and writers in order to learn how they got started in Hollywood, the challenges and hurdles they faced, and how they overcame the odds. (They also dish out some crazy stories!) Listen in and enjoy as these entertainers speak candidly about their paths, processes, and experiences. You might even hear a bit about how Lesly and the Kahnstitute have influenced and shaped their careers.

Creepy Pasta Myths
007 NO TIME TO DIE: Ted talk (pizza time podcast and Johan 86 quarter podcats)

Creepy Pasta Myths

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 55:42


Go and get the tickets in AMC and Gme --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/creepypastamyths/support

El Stream Mató al Cable
El Stream Mató al Cable N° 327 - El Juego del Calamar

El Stream Mató al Cable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 69:48


La serie del momento es más que memes y trajes rojos, es también una dura crítica al desastre del capitalismo moderno, que aplica tanto a Corea del Sur, como a cualquier otro país. En esta edición comentamos El Juego del Calamar. ¿No sabes qué series ver? El podcast “El Stream Mató al Cable” te ayuda a decidir, comentando las series más importantes de la nueva Edad Dorada de la TV (y el Stream). Encuéntranos también en: Facebook: www.facebook.com/streammatoalcable/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/PodcastEsmac

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show
Eric Petersen Has Layers

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 63:14


Interview: I am joined by the star of the stage and screen, actor Eric Petersen. Eric is currently starring as Kevin in Kevin Can F*** Himself on AMC with Annie Murphy. We discuss the show in-depth including his approach to nailing a perfect Boston accent.  We also dig into Eric's career which started on Broadway. On Broadway, he starred as Dewey in School of Rock and portrayed Shrek in Shrek: The Musical.  We also explore Eric's previous sitcom work in Modern Family, The Big Bang Theory, and his starring role in Kirstie on TV Land.  Sensitive ears alert: We do say the full name of the show during the interview.  Our Guest, Eric Petersen https://twitter.com/ericpetersen44 https://www.instagram.com/ericpete  https://www.instagram.com/theportlygentleman/  https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2853625/  Kevin Can F*** Himself: https://www.amc.com/shows/kevin-can-fk-himself--1010185  Today show: https://youtu.be/B4QoYbCjCbM  Thanksgiving Parade: https://youtu.be/Yrqq6DdZsCU  Shrek: https://youtu.be/fEi209x8A5k  Thank you!Huge thanks to Casey Ryan Plot for his amazing voice work in this episode. Also, check out Casey's amazing voice talent in episode 50 w/Burt Ward. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm12259423  JOIN OUR MAILING LIST!  https://jeffisfunny.com/mailing-list/ Buy me a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JeffDwoskinShow Jeff Dwoskin Presents: Crossing the Steams: Every Wednesday at 9:30 PM ET we are LIVE discussing the best TV shows to binge-watch. I'm joined by a panel of TV-watching experts. You don't want to miss the fun! (Watch past episodes) Watch Crossing the Steams LIVE: @bigmacher on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/bigmacher The Jeff Dwoskin Show on YouTube Subscribe to YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/CTSYouTubeSubscribe Hashtag Fun: Jeff dives into recent trends and reads some of his favorite tweets from trending hashtags. The hashtag featured in this episode is #FakeFairyTaleFacts Social Media: Jeff discusses tips on Twitter Featured on the show: Hashtag Game: #FakeFairyTaleFacts #Game Hosted by: https://twitter.com/HashFakeFacts  Follow Hashtag Roundup to tweet along with fun hashtags daily! https://twitter.com/HashtagRoundup Download the Hashtag Roundup app at https://app.hashtagroundup.com/ Follow Jeff Dwoskin: Jeff on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigmacher The Jeff Dwoskin Show: https://twitter.com/JeffDwoskinShow Podcast website: https://jeffisfunny.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/JeffDwoskinShow The Jeff Dwoskin Show is available on Castbox, Podchaser, Humbly, Goodpods, iHeart Radio, Pandora, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, and more! Award-winning podcast! Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show: WINNER TOP 25 INDIE PODCASTS 2020 from Indie Pods United! Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show:  1st Annual Snobby Awards: WINNER: Best Comedy Podcast, Best Interview Podcast, and Podcaster of the year! Tweets featured on the show: https://twitter.com/Sckswithsandals/status/1188500888052273154?s=20 https://twitter.com/bigmacher/status/1188500952069951490?s=20 https://twitter.com/LarkynSimony/status/1188501024195129345?s=20 https://twitter.com/Evi1Geniu5/status/1188502192480817152?s=20 https://twitter.com/lisamarie1222/status/1188502446429081600?s=20 https://twitter.com/JanGilson/status/1188503226414333952?s=20 https://twitter.com/redbuddhadojo/status/1188503439178981377?s=20 https://twitter.com/SeanMODonnell1/status/1188504514346868736?s=20 https://twitter.com/Darth_Pingu/status/1188505274811895809?s=20 https://twitter.com/bigmacher/status/1188505280549662723?s=20 https://twitter.com/cherylt2000/status/1188505361491341313?s=20 https://twitter.com/RealMarkChrasta/status/1188507407858593793?s=20 https://twitter.com/1cookinggal/status/1188509011819335681?s=20 https://twitter.com/ShannonWiley/status/1188511637814337536?s=20 https://twitter.com/zvjezdanpatz/status/1188513953527189505?s=20 https://twitter.com/TeamSymbiote/status/1188514569104318467?s=20 

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