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Best podcasts about Lamine

Latest podcast episodes about Lamine

The One Away Show
Episode 73.1 | Bryan's Take

The One Away Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 1:57


Lamine's success is particularly inspiring to me because he immigrated to the United States alone. When he came here, the cards were stacked against him and his back was against the wall. Nonetheless, he managed to create opportunities for himself and carve the path that he wanted. I'm thrilled for listeners to hear Lamine's story and hear about his perseverance first-hand. Follow Bryan Wish on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/bryanwish/ Follow Bryan Wish on Twitter: twitter.com/bryanwish_?s=11 Follow Bryan Wish on Instagram: www.instagram.com/bryanwish_/ Join our Mission: bwmissions.com/join/ Join our Community: my.community.com/bwmissions

The One Away Show
Lamine Zarrad: One Lithium Processing Plant Away from A Life of Fortitude

The One Away Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 51:45


Lamine Zarrad is the SVP, Financial Services, at ZenBusiness, a public benefits corporation that provides end-to-end digital tools for very small businesses in the service sector, including many “solopreneurs.” He began his entrepreneurial journey after immigrating to the United States, after which he went on to serve in the U.S. Marines. He subsequently built an expertise around banking regulations and financial services through work at Merrill Lynch and the U.S. Treasury's Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. With ZenBusiness, Lamine combines his passion for inclusion with his banking skills to create ZenBusiness Money. Follow Bryan Wish on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/bryanwish/ Follow Bryan Wish on Twitter: twitter.com/bryanwish_?s=11 Follow Bryan Wish on Instagram: www.instagram.com/bryanwish_/ Join our Mission: bwmissions.com/join/ Join our Community: my.community.com/bwmissions

Apolline Matin
Le portrait de Bourdin : qui est Lamine Diaby ? - 28/07 - 6h25

Apolline Matin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 1:51


Un jeune apprenti boulanger guinéen menacé d'expulsion a obtenu son titre de séjour temporaire. Il n'a pas connu sa mère et a été abandonné par son père. - Chaque jour, Margaux Bourdin dresse le portrait d'une personnalité au coeur de l'actualité, dans Apolline Matin, sur RMC. Apolline de Malherbe donne rendez-vous aux auditeurs de RMC et téléspectateurs de RMC Découverte pour une nouvelle matinale info avec « Apolline matin ». Accompagnée d'une équipe de journalistes, elle apporte son regard quotidien sur l'information avec des débats et reçoit chaque matin les acteurs de l'actualité. Chaque matin dès 6h, écoutez un show radio/télé unique en France. Pendant trois heures, l'équipe de RMC s'applique à partager l'actualité au plus près du quotidien des Français. Un rendez-vous exceptionnel mêlant infos en direct, débats autour de l'actualité, réactions et intervention d'experts. En simultané de 6h à 8h30 sur RMC Découverte. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Neumann/Lechypre (12h-14h).

Apolline Matin
Le portrait de Bourdin : qui est Lamine Diaby ? - 28/07 - 6h25

Apolline Matin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 1:51


Un jeune apprenti boulanger guinéen menacé d'expulsion a obtenu son titre de séjour temporaire. Il n'a pas connu sa mère et a été abandonné par son père. - Chaque jour, Margaux Bourdin dresse le portrait d'une personnalité au coeur de l'actualité, dans Apolline Matin, sur RMC. Apolline de Malherbe donne rendez-vous aux auditeurs de RMC et téléspectateurs de RMC Découverte pour une nouvelle matinale info avec « Apolline matin ». Accompagnée d'une équipe de journalistes, elle apporte son regard quotidien sur l'information avec des débats et reçoit chaque matin les acteurs de l'actualité. Chaque matin dès 6h, écoutez un show radio/télé unique en France. Pendant trois heures, l'équipe de RMC s'applique à partager l'actualité au plus près du quotidien des Français. Un rendez-vous exceptionnel mêlant infos en direct, débats autour de l'actualité, réactions et intervention d'experts. En simultané de 6h à 8h30 sur RMC Découverte. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Neumann/Lechypre (12h-14h).

Good Morning Business
Lamine Gharbi, président de la Fédération de l'Hospitalisation Privée - 25/06

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 6:30


Lamine Gharbi, président de la Fédération de l'Hospitalisation Privée, était l'invité de Christophe Jakubyszyn dans Good Morning Business, ce vendredi 25 juin. Ils sont revenus sur les coups de pressions de l'UFC-Que Choisir sur les cliniques privées, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe
Mohamed Lamine Soumah | The Young Elephant

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 18:04


The bright star of tomorrow for Guinea is Mohamed Lamine Soumah The Guinea national football team represents Guinea in men's international football and it is controlled by the Guinean Football Federation. They have never qualified for the FIFA World Cup finals, and their best finish in the Africa Cup of Nations was runners-up in 1976.

Weekend Africain
Lamine Sarr

Weekend Africain

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 86:26


Lamine Sarr   Pionnier et leader de l’édition numérique en Afrique depuis 2008, Nouvelles Editions Numériques Africaines (NENA) rassemble, numérise et diffuse le patrimoine écrit de l’Afrique sous forme de publications numériques (voir http://nena-sen.com/). Produit en coédition avec des éditeurs Africains et directement avec ses auteurs.es, son catalogue de plus de 3 200 livres, recueils et audio livres numériques dans tous les domaines (littérature, sciences sociales, droit, jeunesse, art et culture), est diffusé sur son réseau de sites de ventes de livres sur Internet, et sur sa propre plate-forme de la Librairie numérique africaine pour achat ou abonnement à des bibliothèques numériques   Site Internet : librairienumeriqueafricaine.com Facebook : @NouvellesEditionsNumeriquesAfricaines   Blog littérature : Chez Gangoueus Facebook : Chroniques Littéraires Africaines Facebook : Weekend Africain Instagram : @weekend_africain  

The Entrepreneur Way
1889: Launching Your Dream Business with Lamine Zarrad Founder and Partner of Zen Business PBC

The Entrepreneur Way

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 55:09


Lamine Zarrad is the SVP, Head of Product at ZenBusiness. He began his entrepreneurial journey shortly after immigrating to the U.S. and serving in the U.S. Marines. His expertise lies in banking regulations and financial services, and he co-founded fintech Joust in 2017, which was acquired by ZenBusiness in 2020. “really learn yourself, understand your limitations and understand your strengths… I'm hesitant to tell people to trust your gut. The gut is so important and it's very important to know when to trust it. And so, the only now you would know when to trust it and when not to trust it is by truly, truly understanding who you are. And there are many different ways you can get there… Now what your limitations are. And sometimes they are very difficult to accept but nonetheless are there. And if you are operating within that framework then you will operate with some degree of comfort and consistency and this will help you succeed”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-fth

Radio Barrio on Spotify
AngInRadio ComGeneration - Crotone | Area "Sport", Podcast "Migrare per sport"

Radio Barrio on Spotify

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 12:27


Nell'ambito del progetto "ANG inRadio #piùdiprima + CROTONE + Com Generation", Lamine intervista Ebrima Ceesay ex calciatore in Guinea Bissau, sul tema "Migrare per sport - Il futuro nel calcio a un pallone".

Cofondecauch
Cofondecauch x87 | Lamine Thior + Alex Mathew:

Cofondecauch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 94:08


Instagramer y creador de contenido, pero nunca influencer. @LamThior nos visita para reencontrarse con la matuja y contarnos el currazo que lleva vivir de las rrss. Nos acompaña también Alex Mathew, de los extintos Boris Petis, haciendo de Rick cachas. ¡Buenos humos, familia! Show en colaboración con PAX, el verdadero vaporizador de doble uso, para hierba seca y concentrados. Todos los modelos disponible aquí: https://amzn.to/37ePtK4

Cofondecauch
Cofondecauch x87 | Lamine Thior + Alex Mathew:

Cofondecauch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 94:08


Instagramer y creador de contenido, pero nunca influencer. @LamThior nos visita para reencontrarse con la matuja y contarnos el currazo que lleva vivir de las rrss. Nos acompaña también Alex Mathew, de los extintos Boris Petis, haciendo de Rick cachas. ¡Buenos humos, familia! Show en colaboración con PAX, el verdadero vaporizador de doble uso, para hierba seca y concentrados. Todos los modelos disponible aquí: https://amzn.to/37ePtK4

Barefoot Innovation Podcast
Saving Small Businesses through Technology with Ross Buhrdorf and Lamine Zarrad of Zen Business

Barefoot Innovation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 50:13


As the 2020 pandemic continues to threaten America’s small businesses, it makes sense to talk with people who are saving them, by serving them through technology. My guests today do just that. They are Ross Buhrdorf, CEO & Founder of ZenBusiness, and his colleague Lamine Zarrad. Lamine, who is SVP of Financial Services, was a guest on Barefoot Innovation last year, when he was CEO of Joust. Joust was acquired by ZenBusiness earlier this year. In our conversation, Ross and Lamine explain that their target market is service businesses with zero to ten employees. They explain that, in order to thrive, these little enterprises need to digitize every aspect of their activity, from marketing to legal to finance. Reflecting a pattern that I’m seeing everywhere, ZenBusiness is seeing the demand for this digitization soaring in the pandemic, which is driving activity of all kinds into digital and online channels. I’ve been saying that, in finance and financial regulation, we’re seeing a decade of technology adoption and innovation squeezed into a few short months.

Génération Do It Yourself
#156 Richard Orlinski - Sculpter sa vie comme une oeuvre d’art

Génération Do It Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2020 106:54


Exposer partout dans le monde. Remplir l’Olympia avec son one-man-show. Décrocher un disque d’or. Vendre des milliers de livres. Être pote avec Clooney et Cardi B, être courtisé par Netflix pour faire un documentaire sur ta vie. Qu’on l’aime ou qu’on le déteste, il faut le reconnaître, Richard Orlinski a TOUT sauf un parcours traditionnel. Ça tombe bien, c’est ce qui me plaît dans Génération Do It Yourself. Comment il a fait tout ça ? Comment il réussit à se réinventer sans cesse et à sauter d’un monde à un autre ? Quelles sont ses routines et les raisons de son succès ? Comment il trouve l’inspiration ? Quel lien entre art et business ? C’est quoi “être un artiste populaire” ? Attachez vos ceintures, Richard nous fait vivre un épisode qui va à 3000 à l’heure comme lui.TIMELINE 4' Tirer sa force de la banalité20' Parcours : la rage et l'impatience de s'en sortir34' D'entrepreneur à artiste50' Réussir tout en étant exclu du milieu de l'art1h20 De l'art au one-man-showSHOW NOTES “Art, com', stars : quelle est la recette de Richard Orlinski, cet artiste contemporain qui remplit l'Olympia ?” - l’article de France InterFranck Barcellini, le compositeur Jeff Koons et Andy Warhol Narcos et El Chapo, les séries qu’il a regardé pendant le confinement et qui l’ont réconcilié avec le genre Rodin et du musée qu’est devenue sa maison - à visiter absolument ! l’Argus de la Presse, Cision Cardi B, Georges Clooney, Michaël Youn et Richard Berry les humoristes Kev Adams, Farry, Jérémy Ferrari et Christine Chollet (qu’on embrasse) The Artist Academy - le masterclass anglais et l’un de nos clients chez CosaVostra (avec une mention spéciale pour l’équipe : Lamine, Camille, Flavien, Léa et Edina)ma masterclass à moi, qui ne devrait pas tarder à sortir sur l’univers du podcast. ses spectacles : Tête de Kong (sur une idée de Laurent Baffie) et Le Kabaret !Pourquoi j’ai cassé les codes, son livre#72 Philippe Gabilliet - L’art de provoquer sa chance#73 Marc Simoncini – De Meetic à Jaina – Les montagnes russes de l’entrepreneuriat#90 Alexandre de Metz – YellowKorner – Vivre et faire vivre les autres grâce à ta passion#98 Pierre-Edouard Stérin – Smartbox – Gagner des millions pour tout céder à 50 ans#COVID-19 – 6 Philippe Gabilliet – Propager l’optimisme autour de soi Un GRAND merci à Evelyn Platnic Cohen de The Artist Academy pour la mise en relation. Un shout spécial à Shanna, son assistante et Jean-Pierre son metteur en scène !Une pensée pour ma maman. Merci à Morgan Prudhomme pour la musique et le mixage. Allez tous le contacter sur studio-module.com ! // Épisode enregistré avant le second confinement lié à la pandémie de Covid-19 //

Kings Pulse: A Sacramento Kings Podcast
Draft Profiles: Paul Reed, Killian Tiliie, Jordan Nwora, Abdoulaye N'doye, & Lamine Diane

Kings Pulse: A Sacramento Kings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2020 78:24


We continue our talk of likely second-rounders in the 2020 NBA Draft with the rest of the "power fowards". The list we cover today includes Paul Reed (DePaul), Killian Tillie (Gonzaga), Jordan Nwora (Louisville), Abdoulaye N'doye (Cholet), and Lamine Diane (Cal State Northridge).

Gastronomiquement Votre
Gastronomiquement Votre Bonus : Bryan Lamine

Gastronomiquement Votre

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2020 5:01


En plein confinement, Michel donne la parole aux métiers de la restauration, de l'hotellerie, des bars, des discothèques.AUjourd'hui, la parole est donnée à Bryan Lamine de la BDH

After Rap
Koba LaD : son nouvel album en "Détail", Guizmo de retour avec l'album "Lamine", Bosh, Kaaris, Jok'Air x Laylow...

After Rap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2020 59:48


durée : 00:59:48 - After Rap - Cette semaine dans After Rap, la team revient sur le nouvel album de Koba LaD "Détail", le nouveau clip de Luidji, le feat de Jok'Air et Laylow, le nouveau single de Béocéa, le nouveau titre de Bosh, le nouveau projet de Hyacinthe, le nouveau clip de Kaaris...

Tyler | Le Podcast rap francais
Koba LaD Détail, Guizmo Lamine, Kaaris feat Freeze Corleone ...etc | RAP NEWS #97

Tyler | Le Podcast rap francais

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2020 14:59


Et voilà c'est terminé pour les ASR, au final les rap news c'est la même chose, sauf que le vendredi y'a les sorties albums en plus. Avec d'ailleurs aujourd'hui du très très lourd! Guizmo qui a envoyé lamine son album très attendu, Koba lad détail qui vient fracasser tes oreilles pour plusieurs mois et la grosse combinaison KAARIS x Freeze corleone, 667 x K2a ! La saison reprend pour de bon, ça faisait un moment qu'on avait pas eu autant de sorties rap français. Comme d'habitude je vous présente aussi toutes les dernires sorties clips de rap français et les news du moment. Pense au petit like et à t'abonner peu importe la plateforme où tu es, ça m'aide énormément. Pour me retrouver c'est sur instagram.com/tyler.lemedia et pour envoyer vos clips c'est sur tyler.lemedia@gmail.com Peace __________________________________________________ RAP NEWS #97: Koba lad détail, Kaaris featuring freeze corleone IRM, Guizmo Lamine #kobalad #guizmo #kaaris --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tyler-podcast-rapfrancais/message

THE EXPE AVOMO PODCAST.
Entrevista a LAMINE THIOR.

THE EXPE AVOMO PODCAST.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2020 112:19


Expe Avomo y Lamine Thior, actor , cómico , productor y activista hablan sobre el crecimiento artístico y personal que ha llevado a este último a convertirse en uno de los activistas y referentes más importante de la comunidad afro en España  en estos últimos años . Redes sociales de Lamine Thior: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lamthior/ Canal de Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=lamine+thior Redes sociales de Expe Avomo: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/expe.avomo/ Canal de Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=expe+avomo --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/expeonair/message

Revue de presse Afrique
Revue de presse Afrique - À la Une: Lamine Diack condamné

Revue de presse Afrique

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2020 4:13


La presse sénégalaise estime que les juges français ont été très sévères. « La note est salée, s’exclame le site d’information Seneweb. L’ancien patron de l’athlétisme mondial, Lamine Diack (87 ans), a été condamné hier par la 32e Chambre du tribunal correctionnel de Paris à 4 ans de prison dont 2 avec sursis et 500 000 euros d’amende, pour corruption sur fond de dopage russe. » « Le moins que l’on puisse dire, c’est que la peine n’a pas été légère », renchérit Dakar Actu. « Comme pressenti Lamine Diack prend cher », insiste WalfQuotidien. « Ses avocats annoncent la riposte », pointe pour sa part le quotidien Enquête. L’un d’entre eux, maître Simon Ndiaye annonce qu’il va faire appel de cette décision : « "Celle-ci est à la fois injuste et inhumaine, affirme-t-il. Elle est injuste parce qu’on voit que le tribunal cherche à faire de la politique. Il a voulu se servir de M. Diack comme un bouc émissaire". La robe noire a aussi déploré l’attitude des juges de la 32e Chambre du tribunal de Paris, relève encore Enquête. Selon lui, les magistrats du siège n’ont fait que suivre à la lettre les réquisitions du parquet et occulté les arguments présentés par la défense. » En outre, maître Ndiaye « a relevé plusieurs incohérences dans la décision condamnant l’ex-patron de l’athlétisme mondial : "le tribunal nous dit qu’il y a eu financement de campagne, mais il reconnaît, dans le même temps, qu’il n’a vu aucune trace de ce financement". » Un verdict « ignoble et raciste » ? Vive réaction également dans les colonnes du quotidien 24 Heures de Boubacar Sèye, le président de l’organisation internationale de défense des migrants, Horizon sans frontières : « Boubacar Sèye juge ce verdict "ignoble et raciste". "Aujourd’hui, c’est l’africanité de l’ancien président de l’IAAF qui a été jugée à Paris, estime-t-il, et non le citoyen du monde qui a dirigé, pendant 15 longues années, les instances de l’athlétisme mondial. Donc, aucune surprise, à la lecture de ce verdict, s’exclame encore Boubacar Sèye, quand l’on sait que les juges n’ont fait que suivre les réquisitions du procureur. Ce qui confirme la thèse du complot et de la conspiration", a-t-il lâché. Et de marteler, dans la foulée : "Lamine Diack est victime d’un non-droit". Car, d’après Boubacar Sèye, "ce procès n’était qu’un complot visant à salir, voire diaboliser un continent qui regorge de potentialités". » Quelle est la part du politique ? « En tout cas, avec une telle sentence, tout porte à croire que Lamine Diack portera sa croix jusqu’au bout, lance Le Pays au Burkina. Il ne devra s’attendre à aucun salut avant que la procédure judiciaire n’aille jusqu’à son terme. Etant donné qu’il a été reconnu coupable des faits qui lui sont reprochés, il risque de boire le calice de l’humiliation jusqu’à la lie, à l’instar de ses tout-puissants homologues de la Fédération internationale de football, qui ont été rattrapés par leurs magouilles et qui sont en train de méditer sur leurs actes, loin des stades et des sphères de décision du sport-roi. Cela dit, tempère Le Pays, on peut comprendre la démarche de ses compatriotes qui avaient tenté de voler à son secours par une pétition, car, au-delà de son âge et de sa personnalité, Lamine Diack est un symbole de réussite au niveau mondial pour le Sénégal. Toujours est-il que l’affaire avait entre-temps pris des allures politiques, tant il se susurrait que la manne financière de Lamine Diack avait profité à l’élection de Macky Sall sans que l’on ait pu faire la part du vrai et du faux dans ces allégations. » « Calamiteux clap de fin » Et Aujourd’hui, toujours au Burkina, de conclure : « C’est un calamiteux clap de fin de carrière. C’est l’infamie pour celui qui était qualifié de "génie" de l’athlétisme mondial et qui avait effectivement des qualités managériales et la vision, mais qui hélas a succombé au piège de la boulimie du pouvoir de l’argent. En nouant cette relation-sacrilège entre athlétisme et politique, il avait signé en même temps cette piteuse déchéance et il est dommage que ce mélodrame signe la retraite de M. Diack ! » Et « Lamine Diack n’en a pas fini avec la justice française, relève Jeune Afrique. Avec son fils, il est mis en cause dans une seconde enquête à Paris sur des soupçons de corruption dans l’attribution des JO de Rio 2016 et de Tokyo 2020. Lamine Diack sera bientôt entendu dans ce dossier. »

Global News Podcast
Lamine Diack: Former head of World Athletics found guilty of corruption and jailed

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2020 28:31


The ex-head of athletics’ governing body was convicted of accepting bribes from athletes suspected of doping to cover up test results and letting them continue competing, including in the 2012 London Olympics. Also: Venezuela says the UN report which accuses its government of systematic violations to suppress political opponents is riddled with falsehoods, and an artificial intelligence-powered ship aiming to recreate a historic voyage from 400 years ago.

Waxal
Episode 3 :Different ways to Invest in Senegal. Akon City, and the myth of the African savior.

Waxal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 31:31


In this episode, Dema, Lamine and Salo are discussing their views on how to invest in Senegal. The guys also talked about Akon City, and the myth of the African savior.

LUCKY DAY
EP35 : COMMENT SE DISTINGUER DANS LE MONDE DES COSTUMES DE LUXE AVEC LAMINE SOW, ASSOCIÉ CHEZ RIVES PARIS.

LUCKY DAY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2020 59:59


Dans cet épisode on discute avec lamine SOW CORREA, l’un des associé de la marque Rives Paris. RIVES PARIS c’est la marque contemporaine de costumes de luxe sur mesure.Il nous raconte son arrivé dans l’aventure du costume sur mesure, l’importance de pivoter quand c'est nécessaire et ce qui faut pour qu'une marque de luxe se distingue aujourd’hui.Prenez un papier et un stylo, c’est parti!

Waxal
Episode 2: Sexual Abuse in the Senegalese community.

Waxal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2020 36:00


In this episode, Dema, Lamine, Salo and Bambi are discussing their views on sexual abuse in the Senegalese community.

Waxal
Episode 1: Mali, A People Backed Coup D’Etat.

Waxal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2020 36:15


In this episode, Dema, Lamine and Salo are discussing the the coup d'Etat that was peacefully done in Mali.

Sputnik France
«Le respect de deux mandats est un impératif démocratique en Afrique», selon Mamadou Lamine Diallo

Sputnik France

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2020 25:18


Si le Sénégal veut rester une vitrine démocratique, il doit échapper aux dérives politiques du troisième mandat, aux dérives économiques des passe-droits à des élites corrompues et continuer à respecter les libertés publiques. Avec les retombées du pétrole et du gaz prévues pour 2023, le pays de la Téranga n’a jamais été aussi proche d’émerger. Le polytechnicien et ingénieur des Mines, le parlementaire Mamadou Lamine Diallo, président du mouvement Tekki (être utile), en est convaincu. Pour éviter que le pays ne sombre dans les violences politiques et sécuritaires qui secouent son voisin malien, il exhorte son Président à ne pas céder à la tentation d’un troisième mandat. Moins d’omnipotence présidentielle, plus de participation et de respect des électeurs ainsi qu’une émancipation vis-à-vis des grands groupes français -qui n’ont pas réussi à industrialiser le pays- sont des passages obligés, selon lui, pour que le Sénégal décolle. Présentée par Christine H. Gueye

Invité Afrique
Invité Afrique - Procès Lamine Diack: pour le ministre Malick Sall «la justice du Sénégal a fait son devoir»

Invité Afrique

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2020 4:55


Le procès de l’ancien président de la Fédération internationale d’athlétisme Lamine Diack reprend ce lundi 15 juin. Pour cette deuxième semaine, le Sénégalais continue de faire face aux juges du tribunal correctionnel de Paris. Lundi matin, les audiences seront consacrées aux grands absents, comme son fils Papa Massata Diack, que le Sénégal refuse d’extrader. Les enquêteurs français pointent dans ce vaste dossier le manque de collaboration de la justice sénégalaise. Lamine Diack avait également évoqué en 2015, avant de se rétracter, un supposé financement russe de la campagne du président Macky Sall, à hauteur d’un million et demi de dollars. Le ministre de la Justice du Sénégal, Malick Sall, est notre invité.

Décryptage
Décryptage - Procès Lamine Diack: les dérives de l'athlétisme mondial devant les juges

Décryptage

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2020 19:30


Nous parlons aujourd’hui (10 juin 2020) du procès de Lamine Diack, ancien patron de l’athlétisme mondial. Jugé depuis le début de la semaine à Paris pour corruption.Il a pris la parole aujourd’hui devant les juges. Lamine Diack, accusé d’avoir mis en place tout un système de corruption, incluant notamment son fils qui est aussi accusé, mais ignore les convocations judiciaires depuis le Sénégal où il se trouve. En toile de fond, il y a le dopage à grande échelle en Russie. Nous verrons dans cette émission si on peut parler de dopage institutionnel. Bref, un dopage que Lamine Diack aurait aidé à couvrir en échange de grosses sommes d’argent. L’affaire a même des ramifications au Sénégal puisqu’une partie de cet argent aurait servi à financer la campagne électorale de l’opposition pour battre le président Abdoulaye Wade en 2012. Nos Invités :- Carole Gomez, directrice de recherche à l’Institut des relations internationales et stratégiques (IRIS), spécialiste de la géopolitique du sport- Lukas Aubin, chercheur en géopolitique, spécialiste du sport et de la Russie.

Revue de presse Afrique
Revue de presse Afrique - À la Une: le procès de Lamine Diack

Revue de presse Afrique

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2020 4:12


L'ancien président de la Fédération internationale d’athlétisme, 87 ans, comparaît devant la justice à Paris depuis hier. Il est soupçonné d’avoir étouffé des cas de dopage russes en échange de pots-de-vin et d’avoir détourné de l’argent de la Fédération. Arrêté en 2015 en France, il risque jusqu’à dix de prison pour corruption, blanchiment en bande organisée et abus de confiance. Interdit de sortie de territoire, Lamine Diack n’a pas pu remettre les pieds au Sénégal depuis cinq ans. Et pour certains sénégalais du monde sportif ou autre, on s'acharne sur le vieil homme Cité par Le Monde Afrique, Momar Mbaye, ancien président de la Fédération sénégalaise d’athlétisme, parle de « cabale » et s'indigne : « Il doit rentrer chez lui. Je le connais bien, il reviendra s’il est convoqué en France, assure celui qui lui a déjà rendu visite à Paris. Il n’y a aucune raison qu’on retienne une personne de son âge. Le Sénégal lui manque, il est très attaché à son pays. » Le site d'information DakarActu souligne pour sa part que « de nombreux sénégalais souhaiteraient que "l’État apporte son soutien" à l’ancien président de la Fédération internationale d’athlétisme. Sur les réseaux sociaux, beaucoup de ses partisans invitent solennellement les autorités à aider au retour du dirigeant sportif parmi nous, pointe DakarActu. Certains faisant allusion à son "âge avancé" (87 ans) et à sa "santé précaire", ont salué "un homme exceptionnel et un digne fils du pays qui a beaucoup fait pour le Sénégal". » Complot ? Interrogé par Senego, autre site d'information sénégalais, Boubacar Seye, président d'Horizon sans Frontières, ONG qui vient en aide aux migrants, va encore plus loin : « C'est l'un des plus grands complots pour salir encore une fois la mémoire du continent noir, affirme Boubacar Seye. Comme la mort de Georges Floyd aux États-Unis, l’affaire Lamine Diack est une autre humiliation de la race noire », poursuit-il. Toujours d'après lui, relate Senego, « les organisations sportives, financières et même politiques et civiles sont souvent éclaboussées par des scandales financiers et on compterait sur le bout des doigts celles dont les dirigeants auraient les mains propres. Mais comme ces instances sont dirigées à plus de 90% par des Occidentaux, les faits sont souvent étouffés dans l’œuf, où s’ils échappent au contrôle, ils sont gérés diplomatiquement. » Pour sa part, le Soleil, toujours à Dakar, met en avant le fait que « le premier accusé à la barre hier, le Français Gabriel Dollé, ex-M. Antidopage de la Fédération internationale d’athlétisme, n’a pas accablé Lamine Diack. » Pas de circonstances atténuantes... Non, s'exclame de son côté L'Observateur Paalga au Burkina, il ne faut pas avoir d'indulgence pour Lamine Diack : « Certains auraient tort de penser que c’est parce qu’il est Noir et Africain qu'il est appelé à rendre des comptes à la justice, car il n’aurait pas été Noir et Africain que rien n’aurait changé. L’issue de ce procès tant attendu nous dira si l’incriminé est coupable de tout ce dont on l’accable. Mais quoi qu’il en soit, ce jugement, estime le quotidien ouagalais, est aussi celui d’une forme de ploutocratie qui gangrène le sport de haut niveau, toutes disciplines confondues. Les enjeux politiques et financiers sont devenus tels que c’est souvent la porte ouverte à toutes les manigances et aux arrangements les plus ignobles. Aujourd’hui, c’est l’athlétisme qui est sur la piste judiciaire, hier, c’était le football où, de la FIFA à l’UEFA en passant par la CAF et les fédérations nationales, les dirigeants ont constamment trempé les babines dans la soupe infecte de la corruption, en toute impunité (…). » D'autres casseroles Quoi qu'il en soit, relève Aujourd'hui, toujours au Burkina, les ennuis sont loin d'être terminés pour Lamine Diack : « Après six longues journées d’audience, le tribunal devrait vider son délibéré jeudi 18 juin. Et à l’issue de ce procès, Lamine Diack n’en aura pas pour autant terminé avec la justice française. L’ancien homme fort de l’athlétisme est également mis en examen dans une autre affaire de corruption, toujours en cours d’instruction liée à l’attribution des JO de Tokyo, qui se tiendront à l’été 2021 et des Mondiaux d’athlétisme 2017, 2019 et 2021. Comme quoi, conclut Aujourd'hui, l’homme traîne désormais un parfum de corrompu dont il aura du mal à se défaire totalement. »

Europe 1 - L'interview d'actualité
Lamine Gharbi sur le Ségur de la santé : "Il faut aussi que le privé soit considéré"

Europe 1 - L'interview d'actualité

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2020 9:11


Alors que le Ségur de la santé, la concertation entre les professionnels de la santé et le gouvernement, vient de débuter, Nathalie Levy a reçu lundi sur Europe 1 Lamine Gharbi. Le président de la Fédération de l'hospitalisation privée était présent au Sénat cette après-midi.

#TheirLives with Benji Fisher
006 - Amadou Lamine Ba on becoming the Senegalese ambassador to the United States, his political journey and making a change

#TheirLives with Benji Fisher

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2020 29:09


This week we interviewed Amadou Lamine Ba who was the ambassador of Senegal to the USA in 2002. Ba was a member of the African Diplomatic Corps (ADC), a group of 53 ambassadors that represent African countries in the United States. Earlier in his career, Ba was a teacher, co-executive of HDNA (Human Rights, Democracy, and New Leadership in Africa), member of the Executive Bureau of the US-Africa initiative, consultant for USAID (United States Agency for International Development), and the general secretary of the Supreme Council for Sport in Africa. It was a pleasure speaking with him. We’re looking for support in our charity efforts! Our podcast reaches 1000’s of young listeners from across the world. Therefore, we thought we should positively make use of the large audience that we are fortunate to have and find an advertising partner to work with. We are giving away two short slots before and after each show. Our intention is to donate 100% of the advertising proceeds to Age International or an equivalent international charity of your choice that supports caring for older people in our community. If you are interested, please let us know at itstheirlives@gmail.com There was an obvious reason for beginning this podcast "Their Lives." We want to hopefully: 1. Allow for our older generations to inspire our younger generations with their stories 2. To give our older generations a platform to collectively reminisce 3. To entertain our audience & most importantly send them on their way with lessons that they can practically use during these times. We're also looking for feedback! If you enjoyed this podcast, please do consider leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts so that we can reach more people with these inspiring stories. You can send me your feedback on: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. We have also begun counting down our top 100 inspiring people over 70 to celebrate the wisdom of those who have brought so much to the world. You can find more info on our blog.

Le grand oral des GG
Le Grand Oral des GG : Lamine Gharbi - 23/03

Le grand oral des GG

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2020 18:02


Génération Do It Yourself
#121 Olivier Sibony - Comment prendre de meilleures décisions et être plus créatif ?

Génération Do It Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2020 120:10


Je me demande souvent quelle est la part de l’instinct, du travail, de la pratique et de la théorie dans la réussite. Alors j’ai décidé d’inviter Olivier Sibony qui a sorti un livre génial : Vous allez redécouvrir le management. Olivier Il apporte une prise de recul incroyable sur le rôle de manager et sur les process auxquels nous sommes confrontés chaque jour.Dans l’épisode du jour, on parle des sciences appliquées au business, des résultantes de milliers d’études réalisées pour prendre des décisions, être plus créatifs, être un meilleur manager ou faire de meilleurs recrutements. Plein de questions, plein de réponses, qui me font me poser de nouvelles questions! Je crois beaucoup à l’instinct et à la chance, à l’importance de l’action vs. trop de réflexion, alors forcément cet échange m’a mis une petite claque .“Ce livre est un rapport d’étonnement du gars qui a connu le monde de l’entreprise et a tenté de résoudre des problèmes pratiques et qui se retrouve dans le monde académique.”Après 25 ans chez McKinsey, Olivier est devenu professeur à HEC et forme la nouvelle génération de décideurs et de managers. Dans ce podcast, on parle du premier vrai problème des entreprises : leur manière de recruter. “Inconsciemment ou non, lors d’un entretien, on vérifie si la personne qui est en face de nous correspond à un stéréotype.”On parle aussi de ce que nous avons à gagner en évitant les biais, à prendre du recul avant chaque décision afin d’être le plus objectif possible à chaque fois.Je suis sûr que cet épisode vous sera aussi utile qu’il me l’a été. Et si jamais il provoque des échanges de votre côté, n’hésitez pas à m’en parler ;)Je remercie Romain Dessal, fondateur de Time To Sign Off qui m’a permis de connaître Olivier et Laura Sibony qui nous a mis en relation. Je tiens à saluer Emmanuel Touboul et Jean-Michel Cagin. Mais aussi Lamine, nouveau chez CosaVostra, ainsi que mes associés Laurent, Tim, François, Pierre et Louis. Ainsi que Pierre qui gère TrackPay. Merci également à Léa, notre nouvelle content manager qui nous a rejoint pendant l’enregistrement :). Avec Olivier, on a parlé de livres : # Vous allez redécouvrir le management - évidemment# Vous allez commettre une terrible erreur - logique aussi# Cracked It!: How to Solve Big Problems and Sell Solutions Like Top Strategy Consultants de Bernard Garrett et Olivier Simony # De la performance à l’excellence : Good to Great de Jim Collins# DRH la Machine à Broyer de Didier Bille# Skin in the Game de Nassim Taleb# Le Cygne noir : La puissance de l'imprévisible de Nassim Taleb # Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets de Nassim Taleb toujours# What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create Your Business Culture de Ben Horowitz# La semaine de 4 heures de Tim Ferris# Thinking, Fast and Slow de Daniel KahnemanMais aussi de podcasts :# Freakonomics# Conversations with Tyler# Shane Parrish# Yeah, I can talk # Master in business# Revisionist History# Superfail# Invest like the best# Go figure by GojekAinsi que :# Du film Itinéraire d’un enfant gâté de Claude Lelouch# De la Newsletter de TTSO dans laquelle Olivier fait une tribune chaque mercrediOn a cité beaucoup d’anciens épisodes de GDIY : #37 Romain Dessal – TTSO – soft power : l’homme qui murmure dans la boîte mail des décideurs#46 Tigrane Seydoux -BIG MAMMA – comment importer l’Italie à Paris#54 Alexandre Prot - de McKinsey à QONTO (en passant par les cigarettes électroniques)#61 Shanty Baehrel - Shanty Biscuits - La BisQueen de provence qui régale les grands du luxe#72 Philippe Gabilliet - L’art de provoquer sa chance#81 Jacques Antoine Granjon – VEEPEE – l’aventure, l’hypercroissance, les marques et l’instinct#87 Mikael Aubertin – Good Goût – Séduire les consommateurs les plus difficiles : les bébés#88 Anne Méaux – Image 7 – Comment conseiller le Président de la République et les patrons du CAC40 ?#95 Cédric Villani – Comment laisser une place au hasard pour découvrir des mondes incroyables ?#99 Antoine Freysz – Kerala Ventures – Comment être le The Voice des entrepreneurs ?#107 Jean-Philippe Cartier – H8 collection – Du bon sens et de l’instinct pour réussir big time#117 Riadh Alimini - FinFrog - Réussir l’impossible : être recommandé par les clients que tu refuses#118 Stan Leloup – Marketing Mania – Comment convaincre des inconnus de vous envoyer de l’argent ?# 119 Pascal Chevalier – Reworld Media – Comment devenir le plus gros groupe de presse français ?Merci à Morgan pour la musique et le mixage. Contactez-le sur studio-module.com !

Driss te parle
Naïm de Lamine Lezghad

Driss te parle

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2020 17:15


Salut, cette semaine je t’emmène à Paris et plus particulièrement au Point-Virgule à la (re)découverte d’un humoriste hors-norme. Si t’es un amateur d’humour transgressif et que tu trouves que l’humour francophone peut être parfois trop lisse. Prends-toi un petit quart d’heure pour découvrir Lamine Lezghad. #laminelezghad #naim #spectacle #humoriste #drissteparle #talent :: RETROUVEZ-MOI ICI :: Website : https://www.drissteparle.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/drissteparle/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/drissteparle/ Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/c/drissteparle Twitter : @drissteparle

BadGeek
Driss te parle n°18 du 03/03/20 - Naïm de Lamine Lezghad (17min)

BadGeek

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2020 17:17


Salut, cette semaine je t’emmène à Paris et plus particulièrement au Point-Virgule à la (re)découverte d’un humoriste hors-norme. Si t’es un amateur d’humour transgressif et que tu trouves que l’humour francophone peut être parfois trop lisse. Prends-toi un petit quart d’heure pour découvrir Lamine Lezghad. #laminelezghad #naim #spectacle #humoriste #drissteparle #talent :: RETROUVEZ-MOI ICI :: Website : https://www.drissteparle.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/drissteparle/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/drissteparle/ Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/c/drissteparle Twitter : @drissteparle

WATHI Think Tank
Entretien avec Mamadou Lamine Sadio - Etudiant en journalisme (Sédhiou)

WATHI Think Tank

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2020 2:38


Entretien avec Mamadou Lamine Sadio - Etudiant en journalisme (Sédhiou) by WATHI Think Tank

Ghizal Hasan Podcast
Lamine Diane Post Game 0208

Ghizal Hasan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2020 3:00


Lamine Diane & Mark Gottfried post game interviews, from The Matadome, Northridge, CA Audio Courtesy CSUN Sports Network & Learfield/IMG College

Les Prolongations – VL Média
Les Prolongations avec Lamine Kezzim #48

Les Prolongations – VL Média

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2020 68:01


Said Amdaa et son équipe prolongent ton week-end foot comme chaque lundi soir avec la présence du journaliste Lamine Kezzim. Paris pourrait réaliser un échange surprenant entre Kurzawa et De Sciglio : Un bon pari... Cet article Les Prolongations avec Lamine Kezzim #48 est apparu en premier sur VL Média .

Ghizal Hasan Podcast
Matadors' Post Game, Lamine Diane - January 8th

Ghizal Hasan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2020 4:17


Lamine Diane sits down with us, after 2020 Big West opener, against Long Beach State, at The Matadome, Northridge, CA

Barefoot Innovation Podcast
The Future of Work: Joust CEO Lamine Zarrad

Barefoot Innovation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2019 59:05


Lamine Zarrad is the co-founder and CEO of Joust. He began his entrepreneurial journey as a refugee, going on to serve in the U.S. Marines, and then building an expertise around banking regulations and financial services. With Joust, Lamine combines his passion for inclusion with his banking skills to create the nation’s first, all-inclusive banking services app for freelancers, entrepreneurs, and the self-employed.

Dieuf Sunu Radio
Dieuf Ak Serigne Lamine Drame

Dieuf Sunu Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2019 180:01


Dieuf Sunu Radio
Dieuf Ak Serigne Lamine Drame

Dieuf Sunu Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 180:01


Press B To Cancel
Press B 10: The good, the bad, and the fugly?

Press B To Cancel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2019 56:02


Remember that one game that despite how terrible it looked was one of your all time favs? How bout those games as beautiful as can be, yet somehow flaming trash heaps in gameplay. This episode we give our personal picks for best of the worst, and the worst of the best. Episode Transcription: The below is a machine based transcription of this episode. Sorta like Skynet if it was 2 years old, and wanted a cookie. Take it with a grain of salt. Jake 0:01 Episode 10 the good, the bad, and the ugly Today onWulff 0:07 peskiGP 0:28 Hello and welcome everyone to press B to cancel. My name is Guy friend. And with me today we have our usual days of rapscallions to my left is where we'll say hello werewolf. Hello werewolfGP 0:44 aptGP 0:47 also with me today sick JakeJake 0:49 here buddy glad to be hereGP 0:52 and of course, Polish 109Palsh 0:56 Whatever happened to polish runaway nevermindWulff 1:00 Yeah, we had to let him go.Palsh 1:03 Yeah, aGP 1:05 lot of turnover in the police departments, there can be only one. There can be only at pulse post is the equivalent title to Highlander if you're Canadian.Jake 1:16 Alright, so that's a worldwide sensation. I'm sorry, everybody in every country loves Highlander.GP 1:22 That's true. That's true. Okay. Alright, so today, we're going to be discussing kind of a variety. It's a little bit of a different show tonight. Typically, we just take one game or one series, and we discuss our experiences, our likes or dislikes. Tonight, we're going a little bit different. The title of the episode tentatively was called the good, the bad and the ugly. If you don't know what fugly means, have one of your ugly friends explain it to you. So essentially, the idea of this episode is that we can all acknowledge the great Games, they look good, they play good, the sound is great. And we can all acknowledge the crap games, they look horrible. They sound horrible. There are no redeeming qualities. So tonight we're discussing the ones the games in between games that either look gorgeous, but are otherwise devoid of anything meaningful. We will call those Travolta's or the ugly games that have a lot of heart. We're going to call those quasi motos. Okay, so those are the two categories today. I'm going to start us off and then we'll discuss and you know, go around the table as we always do, but we're going to start off with the ugly but great or quasi modo category. And I tell you what, guys, let's just go through different video game systems. We'll start with the eight minute video games. For me it's any s, which is going to be Bionic Commando. Okay, so I love this game. I played it on stream recently, and I'm always reminded about how much I love it but truly Fully the color palette is obnoxious. There's not the greatest animations between your character or the bad guys that you're trying to kill. And it's repetitive as hell. So that's kind of the idea here. Let's talk about Bionic Commando. And if you guys agree, let me know if you disagree. Let's have that conversation. werewolf. What do you think?Wulff 3:20 You know, I've actually not played a lot of Bionic Commando. I think the last time I played it was, gosh, I was seven years old. So almost 30 years ago. Good grief. So I can't say much to it. But I can say that from what I've seen people play on Twitter recently. It's not a pretty game. But I do see a lot of people playing it on Twitter recently. So that must be some somewhat test some testament to its quality.GP 3:51 Sure, yeah. Okay, so it's a popular enough game. It's not always the best to look. So if you're going to watch Bionic CommandoUnknown Speaker 4:00 A beer to firstGP 4:02 beer or do you first gotJake 4:04 Yep. enhancerGP 4:07 Okay, sick Jake. Paul What do you guys think about Bionic Commando?Palsh 4:12 We go I'm sick regoing sick Paul shirt Jake 109 Who's going first?Unknown Speaker 4:18 we merge together we are oneGP 4:21 yeah give us that sexy fusion voice yeahWulff 4:23 that trunks fusion voiceGP 4:31 Alright, so I guess we'll go with Jake first.Jake 4:34 What do you think about Bionic Commando supplying commando? I played this quite a bit as a kid. I'm just trying to struggle how much variety was there in the enemy'sGP 4:45 will as far as the enemy sprite goes? All of your entry level guys are pretty much the same. They were maybe one or two like older throwers or you know rocket launcher guys, but otherwise Yeah, all the same.Jake 4:56 Yeah, like none of them stand out to me. In hindsight when I kind of Going back to that game, I don't remember anything notable graphic wise, I remember that. I remember the back color palette like you mentioned, for sure. It's poor choice. They're all they really remember but graphics is the main character. As a kid, I thought he's got a doc rip off with that weird mechanical arm. That's all I got from the game graphic wise. Nothing memorable at all. I didn't care for Gameplay wise, it was actually quite fun. I mean, mechanics were solid.GP 5:27 Right? Yeah. And I think that's exactly right. I think the biggest mechanic or the biggest saving grace of this game would be the mechanics, no jumping, just extendo arm. And also I to me, I love the sound. This is for me one of the rare games where the not just the soundtrack. But the the, the noises of the game. Were so perfect. And for me they invoke such a strong nostalgia, but I mean yeah, that's I think that's exactly kind of the heart of what the category is. So post, what do you think about commandoPalsh 6:01 I, it's pretty much the same as Jake is like, I don't remember a lot. But the things I do remember that kind of stuck in my brain like I remember not being able to jump and always wanting to swing like Spider Man basically, ever since now I was like, Yeah, I want to do this I remember playing the game and I think this is so cool. But I never thought it was amazingly good luck and I just thought that was the coolest idea. So I think sure yet looks was no, but you know, gameplay was I thought it was fun. So I agree with you.GP 6:36 It's got that heart that addictive quality that after you leave the game, like if you haven't beaten it, you know you're wanting to go back and continue or you know, just pick up where you left off. Yeah. Now I'll say this. I don't have this for every category, but the eight bit ugly but great category. I have an alternate or an honorable mention. And I'll say this real quick, Final Fantasy the riginal a bit Final Fantasy not a pretty game, but damn it was amazing. I no no no you guys know I love Final Fantasy. And it was great for what it was and what it sparked. But going back it is it is dated.Wulff 7:16 Yeah those those tiny backgrounds and battle with just four characters in a box and a little background and then the rest of its blackGP 7:27 it's it's a sexy older sister, I guess technically the sexy younger sister of Oregon Trail,Jake 7:34 which,Wulff 7:35 I mean, the game was based on d&d, so it was leaps and bounds from pen and paper numbers, but they still hadn't found their visual groove yet by any means.Jake 7:51 Of course, but the enemy sprites and the boss sprites that game were extremely detailed and there's a lot of variety and the monsters you face because I thought about This game is well for my list. I didn't do it because of the variety of monsters on the graphics, the sprites.GP 8:05 Yeah. Okay. See, I could definitely concede to that. But you know, to the point of it was inspired by or trying to invoke d&d as a great point because d&d requires a lot of good imagination to fill in the gaps visually and I think that is the point to Final Fantasy that I'm trying to make is there's some cool ideas there. But with the limited motion and animation you really have to use your you know, theater of the mind as it were to to fill in those those gaps.Palsh 8:37 That's pixel or a nutshell for me, so I agree. But you can get some effing cool pixel art that said, Okay,GP 8:45 I don't know No, no, that's good. Actually polish. Let's go to your what's your quasi modo game, the uglyPalsh 8:52 but great game, this one stuck out to me and just because it I was felt like it looked like an entire game to me. Kind of That meant that made it with an any s game and it still had kind of elements of mostly Atari boys blob, because the graphics were really great. But the whole premise this game was hard, I still won't touch it because I'm just I don't have the fear of failure. But the fact that you could, you know, give them like 40 different jellybeans and have all these different things like you could turn your blog into a trampoline or a ladder or a friggin rocket you know, it's it's really cool but the graphics didn't keep up but I thought considering how ugly it was it still was pretty fun. And so that's that's just what stuck out for me.GP 9:44 Yeah, I I own a boy and his blog and I have started a boy this blob but I think the graphics and I hate to say it this way because it makes me sound so shallow. But I think the graphics is prevented me from really getting into it. So I think that It's a bit of a home run for choice there. But I can't speak to the greatness of the game just to the just to the ugliness as far as the sprite quality. And you know the image quality in general. Yeah, everything isWulff 10:15 the design choices as far as the characters, they're very ugly. Yeah, there's not a lot of detail. However, they're really smoothly animated for how ugly they are, which I always found kind of odd.Palsh 10:28 Yeah, and I think that's part of it, too, because they ended up it was so simplistic. I think they ended up getting a little bit more leeway when it came to animating them.Wulff 10:37 Yeah, but yeah, that that game is definitely a favorite of mine. I had that growing up. I don't know what happened to my copy. I don't remember getting rid of it. But I don't know if it got lost in a movie or I did eventually trade it in or something. That is a game I put far too many hours into as a child. Oh my goodness. Like, I can probably still remember What most of the jelly beans do. That's how much I played it. Catch up a catch a pole.Palsh 11:07 Yes.Wulff 11:09 That is licorice ladder root beer rocket.GP 11:13 I had a root beer rocket oneJake 11:17 I think I agree with GP on the terms of the graphics is what probably turned me off in the game as well. I didn't really finish it. I spent I made it to the offworld section and that was interesting. But you spend majority of your time on the ground and there's such a limited palette of colors down there. It's all brown and black. I found it extremely dull.Wulff 11:36 Yeah, they're their color choices definitely reflected what they went back to in the early 2000s just with less bloom. Right? Yeah.GP 11:44 Well, Jake, what What game do you have for us? Ugly but lovable for the eight bit?Jake 11:52 I mean, I mean, some guys know me. If I'm not complaining about a game on I don't like it. And they'll go on game I complain about all the time is our type for the master system this game is brutally hard for me. It took me forever to beat it and I had to use a continue code to do it. It's great The gameplay is classic to me the bosses are awesome. There's also mechanic where if you don't be the boss is fast enough to take away from you. There's you know, upgrades. It's a great game, poured it on literally everything. But the matches is the one is the one I played the most. But the thing that makes it ugly is there slow down constantly, there's flickering every other level. There's one level I want to say it's the third one where the background is this organic, pulsing like red color. But that's fine, but the enemy shots are also red. So because of the poor choice and colors of the background, the enemy bullets, you can't see where the bullets are half the time in addition to all the flickering. So like the graphics are just terrible, terrible. I've seen this game in arcades and it looks 10 times better. It's a shame because it's a fantastic game gameplay. It's plays well for me in any system. I know of the Master System and I love it there but the graphics on that system just can't keep up.GP 13:06 Gotcha. Okay, so I hear you saying that you've only beaten it with the continue code. So what you mean is you've never beaten it. Little bit of shady games each otherGP 13:30 sick burger.GP 13:33 Wolf, what do you got for us for ugly URL now? I'm sorry. Let's not do that yet. A portion where what do you guys think about our day?Wulff 13:40 Um, I've never been a fan of shoot 'em ups and bullet hills. So our type was one I didn't really get into. TheyPalsh 13:49 kind of blend together for me. Not that I'm saying it was a bad game or anything, but I can't tell the difference between archetype and Gradius. And anybody who's a shoot 'em up fan right? I was probably wanting to strangle me so I apologize but either way, honestly, you're not wrong. There are very few shooters that pull me in.GP 14:09 Yeah, I'm with you. I think the only one that really stood out for me was like life force. And that's that's really the only one I paid attention to. I'm kinda like you guys with that so I will have to take sick Jake's word on this one. Yeah, but I believe especially I mean, yeah, I've never heard of anything like that where the bullets are the same color as the background. Obviously that is a horrible designWulff 14:35 that's that's a controllers are are right there.GP 14:38 Yeah.Palsh 14:39 It ends up being any s heard.Jake 14:42 It belongs in any as hard but different system.Palsh 14:44 Yeah. Gotcha. Master Cisco. doesn't have the same ring to it.GP 14:49 doesn't roll off the tongue as much. Yeah.Wulff 14:53 Alright, so what do you got for us on your quasi game, the game that everybody is familiar with. The Ninja for Master System but this game, the gameplay is an absolute blast. You're running around you're throwing jerkins at people you get upgrades to your stuff like movement upgrades, weapon upgrades, special attacks, all sorts of crap the enemies there's all sorts of enemy types they have different a eyes the levels get mixed up summer like a lot of them are just you know, go from the bottom scroll upward. Occasionally it's like scroll from right to left but they've got like the river level where you're trying to move from log to log and kill enemies before they get you stuff like that. They did a lot of creative things with the game, but boy did it not look good at all. There were a lot of sprites and they were a lot of ugly pixels. That the colors like they use really bright colors, their eye catching colors. But there's so much of one color that covers the screen at a time that it just it fries your eyeballs a little bit. That that bright neon green grass.Palsh 16:11 Yeah, everything looks green afterwards. It's like you're wearing you must be wearing like some like tinted sunglasses afterwardsWulff 16:19 Yeah, there's there's almost there's really very little detail on any of the locations in the game. You got to use your imagination a lot. But that game is so much fun. And it's it's a hard one. So it's one of those ones that's like punishing and you want to go back.Palsh 16:38 I didn't even know that was for Master System. The first time I actually played was on like a bootleg 31 and one NAS card and I had no idea that this is bootleg up until like, a few years ago so I was like, This is amazing. Oh, nevermind.Jake 16:53 Spiders in that you also picked a Master System game. Do you think it's something to do with that system and that just couldn't put out The solid graphic power to handle those games because there's a few other games that are also not that great graphic wasWulff 17:05 no because there are some actually really pretty Master System games to the the Master System graphically had superior capabilities to the ns but you have to remember they were a lot more companies pumping games out on the IDS it's like it's it was the platform that was supported versus the platform that wasn't it doesn't matter how much power it has if people don't know how to make use of it.Jake 17:30 Like I'm just thinking of the Sonic games, and some of them are really terrible. The slowdown is ridiculous lots of flickering like it is. It's disappointing because there aren't great games on the system is one of my favorite systems.Wulff 17:41 Well the Master System. The Master System is just a Game Gear. It's it's a Game Gear Fit to TV resolution, or rather, at the Game Gear is a Master System fit to a smaller resolution. They're they're the exact same architecture. That's why all the emulators run both of them.Jake 18:00 Interesting. Okay,GP 18:01 okay, so that's our that's our time for a bit games. Let's move on to 16 bit if you guys are ready for that, is that good? Sure. Holy cow. Is that that claw?Palsh 18:14 Yeah, we'll call theWulff 18:17 next bitGP 18:22 is one of those rare occasions where I wish I had worn pants now? Well, I'll tell you what wolf blitzer with you 16 bit ugly but great. What do you think and start race effects?Palsh 18:34 Yeah.Wulff 18:36 Not absolutely good. It had a lot of character in the graphics, but it was not pretty at all. The, for whatever reason, I'm pretty sure those What is that? gas. That gas station with the chevron? Pretty sure those Ever on cars were inspired by this game.GP 19:03 Or vice versa. But it's a goodWulff 19:06 Yeah, I've I you know what, they dropped it on the switch this week. And I went back and played it. And I had so much fun with it. Oh my goodness. It was a lot of fun. And I used to play it a lot to player which I mean, you can play two player races against the AI as well. Which is pretty taxing on a Super Nintendo. Which I'm pretty sure that killed the frame rate big time, so it made it even uglier. It was still somehow playable. And it was a lot of fun. I really really enjoyed that one.Jake 19:41 Yeah, I was gonna say the only time I saw framerate that bad post mariokart the switch was after watching stunt racer x like, it's like three FPS. It'sGP 19:52 you know, that brings up I mean, we'll have to see how the rest of the show plays out but I've had in the back of my mind like that. This big question mark of the two categories today, how many sports games or how many racing games ultimately are going to be referenced? So we're going to chuck that down as you know, the first one I suppose for, for racing, but that's, that's interesting to me. I think that's a good pic. Absolutely. But I'm glad you chose that because, well, that was on my short list of like five games. I was so hesitant to pull out as a racing game or a sport themed game. Because those really didn't hit their stride until you know much later. But I like that one pulse. What do you got for usPalsh 20:34 on 16 bit mine is pretty much the 16 bit argument all over again from from a pit I've got a game that was hard that I loved, but the same kind of problem lemmings and I hate saying it because let me look terrible Lamine, but they're, you know, like they're like six pixels each. So you can't really complain too much, but the idea behind it again, was so cool like you could make one guy stop everybody else Another one would start digging and other woman started digging upwards and whatever. So game itself was just great. The music is probably one of the top five for like Super Nintendo for me for for soundtracks. But I just remember and it never bothered me about the graphics I'm just saying it's just that they don't look great.GP 21:26 I tell you what I appreciate here is Forgive me for saying it this way. This shame in your voice when you said lemmings? It's almost like you know, it's 3am I've had a few drinks I'm lonely. I'm going to call lemmings and not tell anybody about it the next day, so I love that See, that's why I love this. This idea for the for the episode. You sneak that Kelly? Yeah, you got me good. No, I love that. I think that's a great choice. And I think we've all done that with either lemmings or a game like lemmings were like ah I just want to want to save my appetite but I'm not proud of it let's let's play lemmingsWulff 22:05 yeah that's good. What do what do you guys think about lemmings? That's actually another game where despite the ugliness of the palette, and you know, the little tiny characters that you can barely make out, they were really smoothly animated and they can eat a lot of information with what 15 pixels.Palsh 22:22 Yeah, that here but what they were doingUnknown Speaker 22:26 that's pretty impressive.Palsh 22:28 Yeah. So they, they definitely went for function over form. And they I think they succeeded. So I mean, that's that's saying, Oh,GP 22:38 yeah, it's, it's a great game. It's that argument again, it's got a great personality.Jake 22:45 Okay, all right. The backgrounds, okay, granted, not all the backgrounds are your hot redhead, okay? But a lot of them look fine to me. There's one I played on the Genesis so 16 bit and the one level or there's couple levels with the forest theme. I thought that looked amazing. And the fact that you could dig through the leaves of the tree and everything looks great to me.Palsh 23:08 Yeah, I can see your point there.Jake 23:10 Plus the intro was funny. I thought the intro was well animated.Palsh 23:13 Yes, true.Jake 23:14 I like six pixels. What are you going to do, right? There's only so much you can do with six weeks one character.Palsh 23:19 And now you see why I feel guilty even saying it because it's like, there's so much charm to this game. And considering what they've done with it. SoGP 23:27 I think it's a great game that conveys exactly what it needed to but you're right. There's not much frill to it outside of like visually, it's not arresting in a positive way.Wulff 23:39 Yeah, it's not something that ever made me stop and look when I saw it on a screen anywhere. But playing it I could not put it down.GP 23:48 Yeah, it's a game you play in your own home. Like if you had gone to Walmart and got on the display, you'd be like not here lemmings. We can know each other but nobody can know I'm going to sound like a jerkPalsh 24:04 Just you wait I'll get you backGP 24:07 okay all right so polished one or nine with lemmings subject. What do you got for us? 16 bitJake 24:14 16 bit So you mentioned earlier about racing games and this is technically a racing game. It's unit racers for the snice Oh man, IPalsh 24:21 forgot about that.Jake 24:22 So I don't know if you guys have played this game before. cyclesPalsh 24:26 Yeah, I was like yeah, just cycles without right.GP 24:29 Yeah, I rememberJake 24:29 Yeah. It's the weirdest concept for a video game I've seen in a while. But I love the hell this game I got it at a US store for like 10 bucks. Graphic wise. Literally you do you guys said it. You're just a unicycle no writer. And the tracks are basically this candy stripe. You know line that loops around and goes left to right. There's not much going on graphic wise but Gameplay wise the tricks system in it. There's like a dozen different tricks you can do with your your bike. You know flips and cartwheels, all kinds of crazy stuff. And you need to do those tricks in order to build speed and momentum. And you kind of get tied up in the different modes. Like some of the modes are focused on doing the stunts, and the ones are about speed. Some are just like, you know, marathon and length. There's a lot of variety, and tracks in the game. The game plays outstanding. The only problem is, it's a lot of them with the same precursor to Tony Hawk'sPalsh 25:23 Pro Skater. And a lot of waysWulff 25:26 Yeah. Now that you mentioned it, yeah, that game did a ton of stuff for being a 2d side on racing game.GP 25:34 Yeah, but I think when you can make the argument that if Marble Madness makes you look like a chump, then Okay, you know, yeah. Well, they might be but you can't tell because there's there's just no way no, no, I think that's a good and you're right, like, that's that's their kind of racing thing as well. So that's, that's interesting. I remember the game I don't remember much of playing it though, but I can see it in my mind. And yeah, I agree. I think that's a good good entry. WhatWulff 26:06 do you guys think? I would agree that that game was not a whole lot to look at, like it was cleanly animated. But there was a is literally, you know, the track is just a candy striped bar on the ground that moves around. And then you're a unicycle no character on the unicycle. You're just a unicycle doing stunts and tricks and jumps and bouncing around and zooming along. So it was it was a limited presentation type of game. I wouldn't sayGP 26:38 yeah, but werewolf the way that you just described it, like the you're a unicycle going around doing tricks and bumps and jumps. I if you said that to me, I would actually I would want to pick that up the way you just presented that actually had me interested. I'm like, Oh shit, maybe I should play this again. It was an absolute blast. It really was. I played the crap out of it. Good. I mean, that's, that's the heart and soul of this, this category, so that's good. I'll jump in now with my 16. But I was torn between two. So I'm going to pick the little, the one that's a little bit more controversial, just because it'll be a better discussion, but I was thinking about doing Starfox but I think we can all agree it did not age well it was not great, but it's a fun game. I know. Jake loves it. But what I'm gonna I'm gonna, what I'm what I'm gonna officially state is the original Mortal Kombat. Now I love most Mortal Kombat. It's, you know, in the series, but if you look at the first Mortal Kombat, and when I first played that I played it around the same time as Street Fighter two. So comparatively Street Fighter two, crisper cleaner, brighter, smoother. And to me Mortal Kombat, though I enjoy it. The first one was very clunky you hear how stressingPalsh 27:56 though I enjoyed, you know, he's he Doing this rightGP 28:00 because I Well, there's there's points coming in later polish. Their Mortal Kombat will make other entries in the future. I you know, starting with Mortal Kombat two, great franchise. And if you look at this disparity between how poorly the first foot looks and plays, compared to MK two, that's kind of the crux of my argument for Mortal Kombat. If they ended the Mortal Kombat series with the first one, it wouldn't have made the list but out of all of it, yes, MK one. Not that great, in my opinion, fun to play, but just pretty ugly.Palsh 28:38 You know, I can get beyond that. I thought it was really cool to see Street Fighter two, and had all the way smoother animations and stuff but I mean, they weren't taking, you know, real life models and trying to digitize them. So the the motions and the animations were so much more fluid because you're working with the cartoon versus real life. So it was fun. Don't get me wrong, but, you know, I thought it looked pretty bad.GP 29:05 Yeah, it's the video game equivalent to spawn the live action movie. Yeah. Yeah, it didn't necessarily look that great. Also, some of the acting was hit or miss. But in the end, there's something about it that I still love. But yeah, well what do you think about that Mortal Kombat? Ugly but great or just a game? What do you think? I thinkWulff 29:25 it's just a game. I was never drawn into Mortal Kombat. Like all my friends were a I mean, I was in the initial rush of it. Yeah, it was like, Oh my gosh, they're just brutally bashing each other's skulls in and there's blood and Oh, man. But at the end of the day, I was still kind of like well, street fighters more fun and prettier. Pen over this. I granted my experience with it was a neighborhood full of kids who had the Genesis so it was even more limited than the Super Nintendo one. So I'm kind of colored by that memory. Everybody I knew had it for Genesis, because of course more blood.GP 30:04 Right? Yeah. Okay. Okay. Jake, how about you?Jake 30:09 I've been I hate disagreeing with you guys on every game. It's not that but Okay, look, you're right Street Fighter is definitely notPalsh 30:16 garbage say it's a game.Jake 30:18 It's not it's not lukewarm garbage at best. Okay? You microwave me onWulff 30:25 the garbage?GP 30:27 If your argument against me here's it's not that bad. OkayUnknown Speaker 30:33 then it's kind of that bad.Jake 30:34 All right. The color palette is a bit limited, I give you that. But the digitized actors was revolutionary and they look pretty good. In fact, I wonder if you compare the frames of animation in Mortal Kombat vs. Street Fighter? I bet you they have the same frames. The only difference is not as colorful. And like you're right when you mentioned later entries, the series that kind of expand on that. Moral Kombat three is one of my favorite fighting games and the color Pelletier is amazing, but just watching Keno. That rapscallion thrusting his fist in somebody's chest and pulling out their beating heart. That looked great. I thought that was hilarious as it was good looking to me at the time. I like to look at the game I also love subzero team some zero I will be for life. I thought the sprites and the characters were well done. all agree Street Fighter looks better, but I think brutal combat is not as bad as you think it is. It's no clay fighter but that way. Okay,Palsh 31:30 basically, Jake feels like Cora when he got punched in the nuts in the first movie.Unknown Speaker 31:36 That's true.GP 31:38 And the rest of us feel like Johnny K. Yeah.Palsh 31:41 hundred dollar glasses, glasses. SoJake 31:45 last all this before or after the discectomy I'm leaving that one.GP 31:50 Yeah, glass, all for the wind. Okay, I like that. Okay, so um, next is going to be the 32 bit category. Let's start with Paul. Tell me Whoa, and let's, let's, let's clarify this. This tier is 3264 bit because we'reWulff 32:05 Yeah, it's the same generationPalsh 32:08 so we can switch it up. Okay. So I'm going to name a game. And I'm going to tell you guys what the game and I want you to tell me if you think that I think it's ugly but amazing, or if I think it's terrible, but beautiful.Palsh 32:22 Okay. Okay.Palsh 32:25 Castlevania Symphony of the Night.Jake 32:31 Okay, if you don't think that's a pretty game, there's something wrong with you.Palsh 32:33 Yeah, that was just trolling. I was hoping. For more.Wulff 32:38 See, I was in on that one. Otherwise, I probably would have laid into pause What the fuck is wrong with you?Palsh 32:46 Know, that one I can't say anything bad about so. That's the joke. So anyways, continue forward.GP 32:54 No, now you have to give us a real game. Yeah, I believe a beautiful 32 or 64 Doom 64 Okay, okay, tell us about that. Why why why do you hate that game so much?Palsh 33:06 It would look great. I remember seeing magazine ads, I remember playing it or not playing it wanting to play it. And then finally I went out on vacation, came back and had a copy of it my hand I was like it was this or Duke Nukem. 64 I was already playing Duke Nukem 64 I was like, okay, so I need something new for me, my friends. So we can just lay into this game. And I tried it. I was like, This looks so cool. And then I realized this, like, this game is crap. I was so disappointed with it. It moved well, like the graphics look great. But it other than that, it just felt like a little bit better version of doom to me like, and I can't play the original Doom anymore or give it headaches just from the motion. So it looked better. But I was disappointed because I thought it was, you know, the 64 and it just meant it was for 64 and I thought it was going to be the actual Doom with better ground. Fix. Now it was completely different. Like they made their own game and I was just I wasn't ready for that disappointment. You've you've given me a bit of a revelation here and agree or disagree but let me know. Would you say no?GP 34:16 Okay, moving on. No. Would you say that video game commercials and box art and descriptions? Were the back in the day preteen equivalent to Tinder profiles.Palsh 34:32 Never thought about it now.GP 34:33 Yeah, they show up and you're so excited because their profile and then they show up and you realize this is not what I thought it was going to bePalsh 34:40 at all. Man, sir.Jake 34:43 Well, you are thirsty and hell.GP 34:46 Oh, God, thirsty for that video game. Yeah.Palsh 34:51 I didn't care about girls back then. I just cared about more video games. Just thinking about that power ofGP 34:57 the power of what was your favorite position back then? 64 cut that out.Jake 35:05 Nope. Three hands on the stick.Palsh 35:08 That's my joke on you need three hands to play an M 64 controller.GP 35:13 Yeah, we saw that name then way nowhere. Okay, so Doom 64. werewolf. What do you what do you think? agree disagree?Wulff 35:22 That's one I don't know much about unfortunately. I thought it was just gonna be Doom for in 64 so I didn't bother with it.Palsh 35:34 PC Okay, shut up.Wulff 35:36 No literally like I thought it was Doom like because I played it on. I think I played it at a friend's house on PC and then I had played it on Super Nintendo. So I was like, well, I played it on a couple of platforms. I don't want to play it again. So I didn't play it for in 64Palsh 35:53 Yeah, well that's that's exactly why I bought it because they'll say Oh, man, like it's a better version. No.GP 35:58 Wrong That's brilliant wrong. Was that Charlie Murphy? Wrong?Wulff 36:05 Or the tigers in Wow, wrong? Yeah.GP 36:10 Okay, but see like how great of a pic was that pulse bought the game because of two words. Doom 64 did not buy that game because of two words. Doom 64 I swipe left soWulff 36:26 hard.Palsh 36:30 Man. I practically hit super like all right.GP 36:35 I don't get that reference. I don't know super late.Palsh 36:38 I'm very single. We'll put it that way.GP 36:44 Okay, so, Jake, what do you do? I'm 64Jake 36:49 I'm actually not a fan of doom. I actually don't like the series at all. Although the recent PC ones that came with the reboots, those are okay but the classic do my never really cared for and there's a series of games on the 60 That kind of tried to bring over to the PC stuff. There's Duke Nukem and hexen. And I think XM XM hex n. That's a word was the better of those type of games that 2d sprites in a 3d world? I didn't care for Doom 64 at all. I did rent it. I played a little bit. I couldn't care for it at all. It is ugly. I'll give you that. I just also think it's a bad game.GP 37:23 Yeah, and I think Doom 64 was one of those games, where I watched my cousins play it. And I loved watching them like I could keep up with it. If I was watching somebody else, but the first time I tried playing it, it was like I completely forgotten what it was like to look at the game and could no longer keep up with it. So I played maybe 30 minutes of it and realize this is not for me to play. But it was entertaining to watch other people run and gun and blow up stuff. So I like it and the visuals are okay so long as I am not guiding the visuals. But that's that's just me say Take what do you ever is for this category? Ugly but great 32 or 64 bit? Okay.Jake 38:07 Hear me you Final Fantasy seven. I love this game.GP 38:11 I think that's a great choice Yeah,Jake 38:13 everybody loves family seven or at least people who were in that generation love probably seven. Today it doesn't hold up for sure I mean the pre rendered backgrounds and in the CGI very pixelated very under rez for today's time but even back in high school I played this game originally, the sprites and the overworld and the exploration areas like cloud looks like some kind of peanuts character mutated into 3d polygon. And there's no textures anywhere to be found any of the enemies practically It is one of the ugliest first gen 3d games I've ever seen. Like I'm talking marrow 64 Meg's father's sevens cloud look like fucking the Mona Lisa. This game is the only reason people like this game. is because of the FMV The video is very cool. And I love that story. I love the music, and the gameplay is fun. But it's ugly as hell.GP 39:09 No, I think I think that's, that may be one of the best because that's exactly right. And I think part of the reason Personally, I was so let down by the graphics is because the commercials that came out back in 97 for the games pretty much only showed the FMV it's the one so your hype for this and you're like, Oh my god, considering the last Final Fantasy with six leaps and bounds and you play it and you're like you said you're just playing to get to the next video. But somewhere somewhere in there you fall in love with it. That's probably like the earliest version of you know, people getting mad because of, you know, not showing gameplay, you know, because that wasn't the practice back then. You know, everybody just played the game because there weren't cutscenes like that. And now it's like the cutscenes look awesome, but let's see what the gameplay looks like you know, so you have gameplay trailers besides you Know the actual trailer? Well yeah, it's the video you ever been catfished by a video game? That's the idea right? The whole dating thing around again? Yeah, I think that's brilliant. I think that's a great observation and that is the cultural and historical significance of the Final Fantasy seven commercials. But if you go back and still because I did this recently if you YouTube the original Final Fantasy seven TV commercials I still get the same feelsJake 40:28 Oh yeah, the atmosphere is amazing and and said jump from snez to PlayStation you just so hyped that the game is going to look amazing and that we all love family six I think of this podcast and just yeah the sprite work and there's great the bosses look I'm awesome. It's graph as graphics are amazing because 2d, so you just really hoping that for the jump to 3d would be something amazing. And what they show you the commercials. Looks great. But that's maybe about 10 minutes of FMV the entire game.Palsh 40:56 YeahWulff 40:58 that's true. Wolfie what do you what do you think? Final Fantasy seven okay I'm probably in the minority here to where I'm not a huge fan of Final Fantasy seven that's not to say I wasn't when it came out I played 200 hours probably in that first go through where I did just about everything I think except killing Ruby weapon I even made a second Knights of the Round soGP 41:25 so I'm hearing you say you never beat Final Fantasy I'm playing I'm playing I'm playingWulff 41:33 now I I even made like I I enjoyed that game so much that time that I even made a friggin anime music video and I am V out of it back in the day with VHS like that was time consuming first I was dedication.GP 41:49 Yeah,Wulff 41:51 I still that's the only one I did. Oh no, that's not true. I did one with Resident Evil as well, but I really enjoyed that game the first time and then every time I've tried to play since I can't put more than like three hours into it before I'm just bored and walk away the game. Like even when I tried to play it a second time back then I was just like, man, I can't. So, to me the game, it hits some notes the first time other than that, I can't agree with that. It's an amazing game. I feel like it's just been overhyped so much. And I think it's also the fact that it wasn't my first Final Fantasy, a lot of people who love it, it was their first Final Fantasy, and that's often the case, but I will agree the game didn't look quite as good as I was hoping. But then I had spent all summer plans so he could n and Wild Arms and compared to Wild Arms. It was damn gorgeous.Palsh 42:47 Wait, you mean it's not pronounced suikodenWulff 42:49 crap? No. But yeah,GP 42:53 it's pronounced Wild Arms thatWulff 42:57 that jump from sprites. It makes It with those backgrounds and everything it even though they weren't pretty polygons by any means for the characters, it was still an exciting change of presentation that let them tell the story in a different way.GP 43:12 And I feel like with Final Fantasy seven they overcorrected the ship when they came out with Final Fantasy eight, with seven, the backgrounds looked more lush and detailed than the characters. And then they came out with eight. And the background was kind of put on the backburner, so they could focus on the sprites and the overworld for the main characters. So at least they paid attention and corrected a lot of people's biggest complaints. But yeah, I think that was a good good entry there. Were all four do you have for us in this category? 32 to 64 bit ugly but lovable Bushido blade? Yeah, we couldn't Bushido blade.Wulff 43:53 I'm not gonna lie. I was kind of a square fanboy back in the PlayStation era. So I was getting all their stuff. Like it I had bought total number one nobody got total number one, but I got Bushido blade and it's it's not what I expected it to be and I had so much fun with it. And my friends and I we would just sit there and play Bushido blade for hours just because the combat it was so intricate for as limited as it was, I mean you injure your opponent, but if you got a killing stab that was it that that match was over with. There was no health bars, it was injury or death. And you can even mess up your opponent by like throwing sand in their fat face like a dirty rapscallion and then taking advantage of it. It it was it was so much fun and even just unlocking it. The the I think it had a couple of hidden characters. It was totally worth it. Just there was a lot of nuance to the game. Play that you don't see in a lot of fighting games.GP 45:03 I'm sitting here I'm trying to remember exactly which one Bushido blade was. So it was it was a fighting game.Wulff 45:09 Yeah, to a degree. It was a weapons fighting game. And I think you actually got to choose between a few weapons to if I remember correctly. Yeah, you're right. What the cover looks like I'm sorry, I'm trying to remember this one is black and white with I think a big big red splatter on it is like a black and white pencil drawing or ink drawing of somebody and then a big red blood splatter bladeGP 45:39 I'm also Yeah, I google image that endure. Yeah, I do remember now. I'm sorry. Thank you.Wulff 45:44 But yeah, the the character models were not pretty that the locations are not very pretty. They weren't even very detailed. It was like one of them was a big courtyard of cherry blossom trees. And it looked like they just copy pasted the same square aware of the arena over and over and over and over the lawn from one end to the other until they got to the opposite wall.Jake 46:05 There was a wonky camera and that came for sure used to zoom way out or like really get really closeWulff 46:11 yeah cuz it let you run away from the your opponent pretty far right? Which of course just made the characters even more unreadable?GP 46:21 Yeah, yeah more obscure. But yeah, I'll be honest that sounds like a piece of crap well done that's not a good entry sick Jake, what do you think about that one?Jake 46:33 I love the game to me. We talked about this before the podcast procedure plays one of my favorite games of the PlayStation because it's not that many I played on that. The combat that one on one combat. I just love how most weapons strikes will like outright kill your opponent if they connect but there's all about the Perry system. And that's pretty unique for its time and there's not many games these days that have that same you know, do or die combat system. But I just love it when you thank you Nick's amazed leg that dropped to the ground. But they weren't dead. They still kept fighting while they're on the floor. I thought was hilarious. I loveWulff 47:07 Yeah, they'll they'll like drag one leg while like trying to walk with the other leg with this horrible limp and it's great.Jake 47:15 It's like Black Knight fight, right? Yeah,Wulff 47:18 you break their arm and it just falls limp. They should have made theGP 47:23 Black Knight like an unlockable character.Jake 47:26 I'll know your polygons off. It's great. I love it.Jake 47:31 The backgrounds I agree are bad. But there was a style to it though. Like the bamboo forest, the cherry blossoms it kind of felt like that martial arts, you know trope that's set up in a deserted field. A courtyard has been cleared away to warriors that battle. It had the style, but yeah, you're right. It did not have the graphic power and the textures to back it out.GP 47:54 And then in the background, you see just the opening scene from Ninja Gaiden taking place.Palsh 48:00 As long as that music from ninja guidance playing I'm down for it. I love that game.GP 48:07 Okay, so Polish What was your? No You got us at the beginning. Sorry I got Castlevania joke. Yes. And the wolf goddess with Bushido blade. Jake What do you got?Jake 48:21 We went seven manGP 48:24 that's right that's how forgettable of a game that is.Wulff 48:28 Bomb.GP 48:30 I know I'm just I'm drinking drinking my haterade tonight No, I The reason I'm selling is because I've got so many honorable mentions for this category for 32 to 64 ultimately, I've settled on one but Metal Gear Solid has not aged well. This is not my These are my my honorable mentions. Such a great game, full of story and a lot of amazing twists and turns, but even playing that way came out. The graphics took me out of it. Mortal Kombat mythology sub zero. The fighting in that I don't know if you guys ever played that the graphics were bad. The fighting style was decent, but the platforming was abysmal, but it was still oddly charming because it's sub zero in an open world type setting. But ultimately, I think I have to settle for ugly but with a lot of heart, Nintendo 60 fours, GoldenEye. It was going to be that or Superman 64. And ultimately, I just don't care enough about Superman 64 so GoldenEye because I love that game. I don't know how much of the actual game or campaign I ever played through. I know I've watched it wire to wire with my older brother, but the four person you know, challenge mode was my entire experience pretty much with the 64 like that and Mario 64 and not much else. But he did great Yeah well but I mean even if you guys ever played like the giant head hack or you know code for golden it came on game was so yes DK mode so incredibly ugly but so much fun and it for me it was one of the first multiplayer you know games like that What do you guys think about golden I polished let's start with you know you summed it upPalsh 50:23 I really can't add to it because it's just I want to say I loved it when it first came out but at the same like for graphics was but I think it was more just how you could shoot people in the crotch and they grab their crops and then fall over dead you know or it would tell you like give you the tally of headshots arm shots leg shots torso other you know other was always the crotch shot so right yeah, but I mean the graphics as much as I want to admit I thought they were amazing. I think it was more the gameplay itself soGP 50:59 no slough Rizzoli. I'm still still playing that from an unfinished game that we started back then. That's impossible. Well, what do you think about GoldenEye? Ah,Wulff 51:11 yeah, a, it didn't have a whole lot of texturing I think the majority of the the texture quality went to the characters faces, but not their models. So the game itself though, was an absolute blast. It wasn't a whole lot to look at, which is probably for the best because it I think it helped it run a little smoother. There were a lot and 64 first person games that made me gave me headaches or made me dizzy, something like that. Man, I spent so many hours in that game with friends after school. We just go to somebody's house and play for like two three hours that day and then do it all over again. The next day. It was crazy.GP 51:54 Well, and it was just good enough of a game to make you want to hate your friends. Oh yeah, only for a short for short amount of time because like you said the next day, you're fine. Or if you were mad at somebody, you were only mad until you shot them in the crotch and then you were squareWulff 52:10 that that Mario Kart 64 games that end your friendship for the day. Yep. And but it's fine tomorrow.Palsh 52:18 Yeah. And then you started all over again with the next match.GP 52:20 Yeah, we should we should set up a multi person. tournament or like cast of if we can figure out a way to do that either like Mario Kart orGP 52:30 golden I think would be a blast. There's a PC version. I think actually, if GoldenEyeWulff 52:34 And isn't it awful?Jake 52:37 Okay, just likeGP 52:42 Okay, cool. So Jacob, what's your take on GoldenEyeJake 52:45 wolf said I pretty much nail on the head with the low character Polly's or low Polly's link character models, the triangle shaped heads, it reminds me of that music video Dire Straits money for nothing. We're just Bismillahi low polygon models and it's just terrible plusses against 64. And hey, I love the system. I love Nintendo but they had the fog problem like the jungle level and the Russian level it just the design to get around the graphic failures. They brought in more fog, just more fog. And they do that all these games and it's just does not work for the game at all. But it's a fun game. I used to play multiplayer like everybody else. Proximity mines is my favorite weapon. I love that. Yeah, I love the game and I love playing it but you're right. It's it's ugly as dirt.GP 53:31 Yeah. Do you know who I killed more with proximity mines than anybody else yourself? Yes, me. I find my short term memory man. I try.Palsh 53:40 I tried to lure people into it without setting it off myself. And was very unsuccessful.GP 53:46 Shit went to the to the point of the fog. And to kind of again, put this all in the same packaging as the Tinder and the dating things. They do the same thing in nightclubs. You know dim the lights a little bit and put into more fog, it'd be fine. So we've all fallen victim to that it's okay. Alright, so on to the other side of that coin. Let's now examine the beautiful games that are completely without any other merits. Next time, well maybe not next time but in the upcoming episodes on presby to cancel. Let's go around and restate our names a group of rapscallions and tell everybody where they can find us. Jake, you want to start us off?Jake 54:33 Sure I'm sick Jake, you can find me on Twitch and Twitter. And I guess hereGP 54:39 Wonderful. Thank youPalsh 54:41 push. You can find me here most of all, and I also stream very sparingly on Twitch as well under pulse 109 pls h 109.Wulff 54:52 Okay, very good. And well. You can find me streaming on Twitch or here or occasionally posting on Twitter. werewolf w ar EWLFFGP 55:04 awesome and I am guy prime. You can find me here on Twitch under the retro therapy or on YouTube, Instagram or Twitter as the retro therapy, everybody until next time, thank you so much for joining us.Jake 55:21 Special thanks for music go to Arthur, the ancient found on Soundcloud or the last ancient on YouTube. For more episodes, please visit our website presby to cancel.com as well Feel free to like or subscribe at Apple iTunes, Google podcasts or anywhere else you'd like to listen to your favorite shows. As always, thank you. This has beenWulff 55:42 a do againSpecial thanks to Arthur The Last Ancient on soundcloud for our podcast theme. For updates and more episodes please visit our website www.pressbtocancel.com, or find us on Twitter @pressbtocancel and Instagram @pressbtocancel.

12H, L'Heure H - L'invité
12h, l'heure H : L'interview de Lamine Gharbi - 14/11

12H, L'Heure H - L'invité

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2019 13:00


Lamine Gharbi, président de la Fédération de l'hospitalisation privée, était l'invité de 12h L'Heure H, du jeudi 14 novembre 2019. Les entretiens majeurs avec ceux qui font l'actualité, par Hedwige Chevrillon. BFM Business est la 1ère chaîne française d'information économique et financière en continu, avec des interviews exclusives de patrons, d'entrepreneurs, de politiques, d'experts et d'économistes afin de couvrir l'ensemble de l'actualité française et internationale. BFM Business vous propose aussi des conseils pour vos finances par des personnalités de référence dans les domaines du patrimoine, de l'immobilier ou des marchés financiers. Retrouvez tous les jours : Christophe Jakubyszyn, Faïza Garel-Younsi, Nicolas Doze, Hedwige Chevrillon, Jean-Marc Daniel, Anthony Morel, Guillaume Sommerer, Cédric Decoeur, Karine Vergniol, Grégoire Favet, Sébastien Couasnon, Emmanuel Lechypre, Benaouda Abdeddaïm, Stéphanie Coleau... BFM Business est disponible en direct radio, en direct télé ainsi qu'en direct et replay sur www.bfmbusiness.fr.

Tequila Tlk!
Live At Big Chief For Mid-Day BBQ (Feat. Midnite BBQ Crew)

Tequila Tlk!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2019 44:37


On This Episode We Do A Live Show At Big Chief With Lamine & Lowe Of The Great DC Event Called Midnite BBQ! We Talk About The Growth, Favorite Foods, Favorite Restaurants, Fears, & More!! Walt Tells Stories , Lamine & Lowe Tell Stories A lot of Fun Thanks For Listening!

Innovazione 2020
Mamadou Lamine Ndiaye - MamaVenture

Innovazione 2020

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2018 4:23


DALLA COMUNITÁ ALLA COMUNITÁMamaVenture è il primo fondo di investimenti interamente dedicato ai talenti migranti con idee imprenditoriali, finanlizzate all’impatto e l’inclusione sociale.Una società indipendente sostenuta esclusivamente dai suoi fondatori e dal prezioso contributo della comunità che sposa valori, ideali e azioni della nostra visione finalizzati al suo sviluppo socio-economico.Il team è formato da giovani professionisti determinati a cambiare il modo di percepire l’immigrazione, investendo nel talento dei migranti e dimostrando che da ciò possono nascere nuove opportunità per tutto il paese.

Ghizal Hasan Podcast
Lamine Diane

Ghizal Hasan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2018 2:50


Interviews with Head Coach Mark Gottfried, and RS Freshman F Lamine Diane, after 80-77 win over Tennessee State, at The Matadome. Audio Courtesy CSUN Matadors' Sports Properties & Learfield Matadors' Post Game Sponsored by Waba Grill

Le Journal du Rire
Un nouveau spectacle pour Elisabeth Buffet - Le retour des Open du rire avec Foudil Kaibou, Franjo, Lamine Lezghad, Léa Lando, Yann Guillarme - Le journal du rire - 24 septembre 2018

Le Journal du Rire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2018 2:12


Un nouveau spectacle pour Elisabeth Buffet - Le retour des Open du rire avec Foudil Kaibou, Franjo, Lamine Lezghad, Léa Lando, Yann Guillarme - Le journal du rire - 24 septembre 2018

Tequila Tlk!
Episode 047: Inclusion Through Food (Feat. Lamine Of Midnite BBQ)

Tequila Tlk!

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2018 129:55


On This Episode We Speak On The Up Coming Event Midnite BBQ! Lamine Is The Creator Of The Event & Drops All Types Of Knowledge. Speaking On Bringing Communities Together Through Food, Stepping Out Of Your Comfort Zone, & Uplifting Our Community. Also, Lamine Breaks Down What To Expect For The Event! Its Alot Of Surprises ! We Touch On Other Current Topics As Well.

Music
Lamine Sonko LIVE!

Music

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2018 0:18


Lamine Sonko & The African intelligence burst onto the Australian music scene back in 2014 delivering a crowd-stopping performance to over 50,000 at Federation Square in Melbourne. A big band sound of African roots music, jazz and reggae, the 10 piece ensemble capture ancient pulsing rhythms accented by talking drum and virtuosic electric guitar. The band is […]

Punto de fuga
Punto de Fuga: "Asedio a Ghouta" (26/02/2018) | Audio | Punto de Fuga

Punto de fuga

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2018 55:38


Oriol Andrés y Lorena Bilbao (MSF) nos acercan la información de la última batalla de la guerra en Siria. Conocemos el dictamen de Amnistía Internacional sobre la libertad de expresión en España. Lamine se acerca al estudio para hablarnos del primer sindicato del top manta. Víctor Martín nos da las claves de la crisis en Maldivas y Jon Egaña (de SER Runner) nos presenta la curiosa historia de los Tarahumara

The Roar: An Orlando City Soccer Podcast

Orlando City went out and signed a monster central defender, catapulting the team into legendary offseason status. What does it Lamine for the team's playoff hopes? Is this year finally the year? The guys run down season predictions, recap injuries, and drop some information about the second Roar Cup.

TradCafe
Episode 27: Lamine Touré

TradCafe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2017 40:25


One of the top traditional musicians of Senegal, Lamine Touré shares his depth of knowledge as the latest in a 1000+ year line of tradition bearers in his family. Lamine sits down with Neil to discuss how he ended up living and teaching in the Boston area while travelling the world sharing his sabar drumming, singing and dancing.  [music in the episode: Jang (meaning "study") which speaks about the importance of studying hard in order to have a good life; and Donald Willie and his Dog, which is a Scottish pipe jig from South Uist, written by D. Morrison]

One Love Massive
Choppin' It Up: Yaddiya & MLK2Madison

One Love Massive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2017 83:35


Choppin' It Up is a series where One Love Massive Studios gets in-depth with movers and shakers doing creative things within the context of music, arts, and entrepreneurship. This week, we invited Justin and Lamine: the DMV based artists behind Yaddiya and MLK2Madison respectively. In this podcast, they talk about coming up in Maryland before breaking into D.C.'s music community and their latest project - a throwback party concept called Back to the Go-Go. SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES: apple.co/2ltf7W5 Produced by The OLM Creative Factory www.onelovemassive.com Edited by Mike Phillipz Follow The OLM Creative Factory facebook.com/OLMCreativeFactory twitter.com/onelovemassive instagram.com/onelovemassive Follow Yaddiya twitter.com/yaddiya Follow MLK2Madison twitter.com/MLK2Madison --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/one-love-massive-podcast/support

Cannabis Economy
Ep.266: Lamine Zarad

Cannabis Economy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2017 55:07


Lamine Zarad joins us and provides a Banking 101 lesson. He joined Merrill Lynch at the height of the financial crisis doing his best to avert disaster. He realized at that height of the economic apocalypse that the only stable thing was the federal government which was going to be the savior of us all in his words- and he wanted to know how and why.  He studied public policy and public finance and got a job at the US Treasury which is why we discuss the entanglement of the banking system and political system in the US, Dodd Frank, the Volker Rule, the Bank Secrecy Act as affected by the Patriot Act, Glass-Steagall, proprietary trading, FinTech, blockchain and how that all relates to cannabis. 

Sporting Witness
Lamine Gueye - Senegalese Skier

Sporting Witness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2017 8:56


In 1984, Lamine Gueye of Senegal became the first black African skier to take part in the Winter Olympics. The grandson of a prominent Senegalese politician, Gueye founded his country's ski federation and for a long time was the only member. He talks to Tayo Popoola. The programme is a Whistledown Production. PHOTO: Lamine Gueye in action (Getty Images)

Profils
Athées à la menthe (algérienne)

Profils

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2016 14:20


Se cacher pour ne pas croire Je suis déconnecté de ma société Si l’athéisme a toujours existé dans le monde musulman, il se développe ces dernières années à la faveur des « printemps arabes » et en réaction contre l’intégrisme. Mais la libre pensée reste difficile à vivre au quotidien. En Algérie, quand on est athée, on ne le dit pas à n’importe qui. Omar, Mustapha et Lamine se cachent même de leurs familles. Pourtant, ils s'activent sur les réseaux sociaux pour l'instauration d'un État laïc... Entre petits arrangements et menaces bien réelles, des athées algériens racontent leur monde à part. Enregistrements : janvier 16 - Prise de son additionnelle : Arnaud Forest - Mise en ondes & mix : Charlie Marcelet - Réalisation : Marine Vlahovic

Donc Voilà Quoi podcast
Episode 39 - Lamine Lezghad

Donc Voilà Quoi podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2016 73:55


En faisant plusieurs plateaux ensembles recemment, cet épisode c'était le moment de m'asseoir avec Lamine Lezghad pendant une heure pour parler du parcours de cet humoriste corrosif et précis comme un sniper.   

Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) Podcast
Ep. 18: Lamine Sebogo, Head of Elephant Conservation, WWF

Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2015 11:05


Lamine Sebogo is Head of the Elephant Conservation program for the WWF. Sitting down with Bench Events CEO, Jonathan Worsley, at the Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) 2015 in Addis Ababa, the pair discuss the real facts about the elephant poaching crisis. Covering the poverty, global demand and money that is fuelling the trade, Mr Sebogo talks about how the hotel industry can stop the slaughter of approximately 30,000 elephants being poached every year. This podcast is part of an official series supporting the Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF). To attend, please visit www.africa-conference.com.  

MIXTURE podcast
MIXTURE: Dance or Die

MIXTURE podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2011 45:06


LamineB et Krimo-Chapeau: Live @ AQUAFORTLAND vous pouvez télécharger gratuitement tous les podcast MIXTURE directement sur votre Iphone. Dans l'application Itunes recherchez "MIXTURE podcast"

MIXTURE podcast
MIXTURE: Final Act

MIXTURE podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2011 50:01


pour plus d'infos sur le podcast MIXTURE,

MIXTURE podcast
Funk the MIXTURE

MIXTURE podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2011 61:25


Une MIXTURE consacrée uniquement à la Pure Funk

MIXTURE podcast
MIXTURE:Deep Inspiration

MIXTURE podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2011 53:29


"Il n'existe que deux styles de musique, la Bonne et la Mauvaise." pour plus d'infos sur le podcast MIXTURE,

MIXTURE podcast
MIXTURE:Tech-Empire

MIXTURE podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2011 49:27


MIXTURE entièrement dédiée à la Tech-House; un style de musique qui a envahi le Monde de la Nuit, tel un Empire Prospère et Conquérant. pour plus d'infos sur le podcast MIXTURE,