Podcasts about MC Hammer

American hip-hop artist (1962–)

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The GHOLE Podcast
Thrasher Magazine w/ Matt Fulchiron & Derek Humphery

The GHOLE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 85:13


Fun times! Talking Pete and The Funny Stop in Cuyahoga Falls, comedy vs politicians, growing up not knowing Weird Al songs were parodies, MC Hammer tried to beat up Tupac, mosh pits, Aries Spears & Tiffany Haddish's Funny or Die sketches follow Matt & Derek on twitter & IG at @thefullcharge & @humpderek

Halloween is Forever
Minisode 51: Stigmata (1999)

Halloween is Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 100:44


It's punishment, and we're talking religious horror. CW: Lots of talk of the Catholic church and all the baggage with that, how astrology is stupid, and Meg's lurid art. Be aware if you think those things may upset you, or if you're Roger Ebert and hate this movie. We're talking the most 90s horror non-horror as Gabriel Byrne tries to save Patricia Arquette from the priest inside her. Directed by the guy who brought you Blank Check, U Can't Touch This and other MC Hammer videos. The surrounding theology vastly outpaces this drab, very not filmed in Pittsburgh film.  Plus find out what movies we're doing for our second John Carpenter Wheel of Death Showdown. Find Us Online- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/halloweenisforever/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HallowForever Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@halloweenisforeverpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HalloweenIsForeverPod E-Mail: Halloweenisforeverpod@gmail.com

SWR3 Die größten Hits und ihre Geschichte | SWR3
U Can't Touch This – MC Hammer

SWR3 Die größten Hits und ihre Geschichte | SWR3

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 6:14


Hip-Hop-Fans nannten es Ausverkauf, andere einfach einen Riesen-Hit. Fakt ist: Mit „U Can't Touch This“, einem weltweiten Nummer-1-Erfolg, katapultierte MC Hammer den Hip-Hop Anfang der 90er Jahre in den Mainstream – weg vom bösen Ghetto-Gangster-Rap, hin zum Spaß, zum massentauglichen Pop inklusive Ballon-Hosen-Style. Ohne „Superfreak“ von Rick James hätte es „U Can't Touch This“ allerdings nie gegeben.

Throwback Music Video Review Podcast
Ep. 97-2 Legit 2 Quit (Hammer)

Throwback Music Video Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 62:19


Al, Ryan & Louie get bucked and talk about the circumstances of Hammer's 1991 attempt to seize the glove. Along with a who's who of 90s characters, this show hopes to earn your propers.

Suspiro de Tocino
48 - La primera jugadora de americano

Suspiro de Tocino

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 75:45


Una rubia talentosa es la nueva integrante del equipo de americano de la UNAM, MC Hammer el nuevo filósofo en twitter, el atentado inverosímil en contra de Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Don Nica y su sección, esto y más en nuestra entrega #48

The Pod Hogz
Disability Check Chaser(Can't touch this M.C. Hammer voice

The Pod Hogz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 89:38


This episode is all new content new sound new look new everything. We even talk a lady marring a guy born with a jaw. Come see what else we have in store --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Practical Tax with Steve Moskowitz
Episode 36: Young and Inexperienced and “Suddenly Rich” (Finances and Taxes)

Practical Tax with Steve Moskowitz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 29:25


When young athletes come into money, here's why they need expert tax advice and the inflationary world of child care has Americans struggling to balance work and family. And as always taxes. Episode Transcript Intro: Welcome to the Practical Tax podcast, with tax attorney Steve Moskowitz. The Practical Tax podcast is brought to you by Moskowitz, LLP, a tax law firm. Disclaimer: The information contained in this podcast is based upon information available as of date of recording and will not be updated for changes in law regulation. Any information is not to be considered tax advice or legal advice and does not form an attorney/client relationship. Further, this podcast may be construed as attorney advertising. You should see professional consultation for your individual tax and legal situation. Chip Franklin: All right. Well, welcome to another edition of Practical Tax, with tax attorney Steve Moskowitz and Chip Franklin. Steve, this has always intrigued me and that is the athlete that comes into a lot of money when he has never had any money in his life. Steve Moskowitz: Oh yeah. Chip Franklin: I know, because you've done a lot of sports shows. You and I have talked about this in the past and you've talked about luxury taxes and all, but this is something that really touches me. I had a long talk once with MC Hammer about what he went through and all the money he lost. I knew Dexter Manley, you might remember that name from back in the old Washington football team days, and he lost it all, and others. It's always broken my heart because it's difficult for these kids. They bring along everybody they grew up with and everything and they try to give to everyone and then it's gone. I think that's just so sad. Joining us right now is Ali Siam. He is a sports agent who has a lot of experience in this. He's negotiated more than a dozen or so NFL contracts and he's nice enough to join us on Practical Tax. Ali, welcome the show. Say hi to Steve. Steve Moskowitz: Hi. How are you? Ali Siam: Hi, how you guys doing today? Thank you for having me. Chip Franklin: There's a lot in the news, obviously, every year as the different drafts happen. There was a kid on my street who signed a deal with Tampa Bay. He was the 28th pick in the draft in baseball. Here, in Southern California, that happens a lot. He got three-and-a-half million signing bonus, but he's 18, so now he's going to be playing against the best people he's never seen. When he was in high school, he was the best player in the county. Now, he's just another guy. Fortunately, he has a father that will help look out after it. Let me ask you both, and let me start with you, Steve, when we look at this kind of income coming in, how many people are really prepared for that? Steve Moskowitz: Almost nobody. Here's problem number one, when the guys get it, they're really young and they don't realize that the life of a professional athlete is nowhere near the life of most other jobs, and that is a job. You get beaucoup money up front and you spend it, but the problem is most other professions, you wouldn't blink an eye when say how long you would be working. With an athlete, a lot of athletes are finished in their 20s, maybe into their 30s. What other position do you know of that you say, "Oh, 40, are you kidding? 50?" How many football players can only play a couple of seasons because they get injured so much? So, the bottom line is, basically, if I was talking to somebody like this, I'd say, "Look, let's take a look at this contract and figure this is the money you're going to get for a lifetime. So, you're 21 years old, let's say you have another 60 years to go or so, let's divide this and see how much we're getting here." And then what I do is I make it practical, I say, "Look, we're not going to save every penny. Here's a portion of percentage, just blow it. Have a good time, have fun," but it's a percentage.

John Rosemberg Podcast
LET'S TALK HIP HOP ( WHO INVENTED HIP HOP) ?

John Rosemberg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 27:32


Contrary to popular belief Puerto Rican and Jamaican didn't invented HIP Hop. This music genre can be trace back to 1930's . Black American are the originators and inventors of this art form. In the 1970's Puerto Rican or Jamaican wasn't involved in Hip Hop until early mid 1980's . Puerto Rican and Jamaican participate in Hip Hop But they didn't invented Hip Hop or break dancing

Grindbin Podcast - Grindhouse and Exploitation Films
311 - How to Stuff a Wild Bikini (1965)

Grindbin Podcast - Grindhouse and Exploitation Films

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 182:06


The Beach Crew (Mary, Bobby, Julie, and Mike) return to Summer Sequel Month 2022 with an absolutely bonkers entry into the beach party cinematic universe. Frankie is barely here, Annette is dressed like MC Hammer, and KFC has some wild product placement demands. All this... and more!

Chrissie, Sam & Browny
2 Legit 2 Quit (ft. Luke McGregor, John Barker & Shannon Noll)

Chrissie, Sam & Browny

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 72:47


Nollsie gets booted from The Masked Singer and Chrissie remembers his small... family; Luke McGregor drops by to thank Mount for his intro; John Barker is a person Chrissie needs to meet; Sam teaches us the moves to 2 Legit 2 Quit by MC Hammer; Tony Martin wonders about Browny's boudoir; and it's double donations for Chrissie's Fred's Big Run effort until the end of the month! A Nova PodcastPodcast Produced & Edited By Andy ZitoExecutive Producer: Jack CharlesSenior Producer: Brodie PummeroyAssistant Producer: Tom Casamento
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Andrew's Daily Five
The Greatest Songs of the 90's: Episode 11

Andrew's Daily Five

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 13:07


#50-46Intro/Outro: Fade Into You by Mazzy Star50. Killing in the Name by Rage Against the Machine *49. MMMBop by Hanson48. U Can't Touch This by MC Hammer *47. I Want It That Way by Backstreet Boys46. Jeremy by Pearl Jam *Vote on your favorite song from today's episodeVote on your favorite song from Week 2* - Previously played on the podcast

Cafe Mocha Radio
Making Oldies, But Goodies, New Again

Cafe Mocha Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 35:15


Making Oldies, But Goodies, New Again Everything old is new again! Silk Sonic made Love's Train a number one hit. However, Con Funk Shun did it first. We'll talk to Grammy Award Winner Felton Pilate who not only wrote the hit but went on to turn MC Hammer into a household name. #FeltonPilate #ConFunkShun #CafeMochaRadio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Money Over 50
273 You can't touch this!

Money Over 50

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 24:22


What does MC Hammer and your superannuation have in common? You guessed it – you can't touch either of them!   Well, that is, until you are of retirement age. In this episode, Dallas and Michael will not only get a catchy song in your head, they'll also discuss why not being able to touch your superannuation is an advantage rather than a hindrance.    For more information, please visit www.mo50.com.au

Lin. Woods' Gospel Entertainment Podcast
Episode 173: Felton Pilate-From Con Funk Sun's Love's train and Bruno Mars to Here's What I'd Do For You Pt. 2

Lin. Woods' Gospel Entertainment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 13:44


Don't Miss this episode of Lin. Woods Gospel Entertainment Podcast , part 2 of legendary songwriter, producer, man of faith, Felton Pilate, of Con Funk Shun, sharing his backstory, from working with legendary R&B group Con funk shun, to producing MC Hammer's “Can't Touch This,” to new success with Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak and Silk Sonic's number hit, “Love's Train,” a song he co-wrote 40 years ago and advice to aspiring artists. Listen. Comment, Subscribe FREE. Download FREE. #LinWoodsGospelEntertinmentPodcast #podcast #feltonpilate Follow us on social media:Twitter: @linwoods; Instagram: @linwoods96; Facebook: @Lin Woods; LinkedIn: @Lin. Woods

Lin. Woods' Gospel Entertainment Podcast
Episode 172: Felton Pilate_From Love's Train to Here's What I'd Do

Lin. Woods' Gospel Entertainment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 19:21


Don't Miss this episode of Lin. Woods Gospel Entertainment Podcast when Gold & Platinum selling Singer, Songwriter, Producer Felton Pilate shares his backstory of being a genre bending artist and producer…from working with 70s R&B group Con fFunk Shun, to producing MC Hammer's “Can't Touch This,” to crafting songs for Jazz  greats Stanley Clark and George Duke, to new success with Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak and Silk Sonic re-making a song he co-wrote 40 years ago, the chart topping hit “Love's Train” and more. Listen. Comment, Subscribe FREE. Download FREE. Follow us on social media:Twitter: @linwoods; Instagram: @linwoods96; Facebook: @Lin Woods; LinkedIn: @Lin. Woods

THE PLUG W/ JUSTIN JAY
MC SERCH S4 EP1

THE PLUG W/ JUSTIN JAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 58:48


MC Serch made his mark in the rap duo 3rd Bass with classic hits such as The Gas Face, Brooklyn Queens, and Pop Goes The Weasel. In 1994, he executive produced the iconic debut album Illmatic by Nas. Since then, he has continued to be a major force behind the scenes in the music industry. Listen in as we hear about his insane encounters as a young battle rapper in Far Rockaway, Queens, his first experience traveling to LA while having a hit put on his life by MC Hammer, and how his continued emphasis on learning, personal growth and surrounding himself with positive people has affected his entrepreneurial success. Don't miss this season 4 premiere episode with one of the most enduring figures in hip-hop.

Present Company
Ryan Gosling

Present Company

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 25:48 Very Popular


Ryan Gosling joins the show to talk about his new role in the Russo brother's epic action film, The Gray Man. Gosling plays Sierra Six, a tough-as-nails CIA asset who uncovers agency secrets, triggering a global manhunt to take him down. A long-time action fan, Gosling explains how his childhood love of the genre inspired him to take on the highly ambitious project, describes the collaborative on-set environment the Russo's created, and shares how he prepared for the role. Gosling also details how working for his Uncle's Elvis impersonation act as a kid sparked his love of performing, reflects on his MC Hammer pants days, and contemplates his career path through independent film. He also opens up about the major influence his daughters have had on which roles he takes on and explains the importance of approaching each decision with team mentality.

Hoy Trasnoche
Hijo de MC Hammer

Hoy Trasnoche

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 68:31


Sí, aunque no lo creas es viernes. El día donde RELIGIOSAMENTE Y SIN PAUSA ALGUNA sale Hoy Trasnoche. Esta semana Flor, Calu y Oti se meten en coyunturas de todo tipo que incluyen: a falta de novedades sobre Ezra Miller otro quilombo más de Armie Hammer, unas declaraciones muy picantes de los hermanos Russo, gente quejándose de pagar al valor del día una empanada más a Netflix y varias cosas más. Y esperá que eso no es todo: porque encima estos que SON SARMIENTO Y NO TE DEJAN UN SOLO VIERNES SIN CAPÍTULO vieron dos películas: Crímenes del futuro (Crimes of the Future, 2022) de David Cronenberg y El teléfono negro (The Black Phone, 2021) de Scott Derrickson. Sí, la verdad que te tendríamos que estar cobrando.

Tim Ben & Brooke: The GTF Podcast
Celeb v Celeb Net Worth TBB Extra Podcast 7-15-22

Tim Ben & Brooke: The GTF Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 6:50


We put two similar celebrities head to head to see who is worth more Recorded July 15, 2022 with Tim Hattrick, Ben Campbell and Brooke Hoover

Jim and Them
Terence Howard: Dumbass Of The Week - #735 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 103:46


Terence Howard: Scientist Terence Howard is still out there and still being humored by everyone around him.The Munsters: New trailer dropped from Rob Zombie's latest abomination, The Munsters! Are people being too harsh?Palette Cleansers: From fentanyl freak outs over touching dollars, anesthesioligsts putting their penis in lady's giving birth, and murder by suitcase we got your palette cleansers.PISSING!, SHITTING!, FUCKING!, PAULIE!, SOPRANOS!, DEFTONES!, BACK TO SCHOOL!, KOREAN BEATLES!, I WANNA EAT A DOG!, JIM IN HIS FREE TIME JIM!, TWITTER!, FRIDA!, SALMA HAYEK!, UNIBROW!, WHITE!, LATINA!, LATINX!, GOT 'EM!, WHITE GIRL!, EDUCATE!, IGNORANCE!, GENDER IDENTITY!, UNPAID EMOTIONAL LABOR!, CASH APP!, GENDER FLUID!, ALLY!, TERENCE HOWARD!, SCIENCE!, UGANDA!, HYDROGEN!, AFRICA!, DIASPORA!, EUROPE!, AMERICANS!, EVERYONE HATES AMERICANS!, ITALIAN!, IRISH!, SCOTTISH!, ELLIS ISLAND!, SCAMPORI!, SPRAGUE!, JAMAICAN!, GUERILLAS!, TURN OFF MY MIC!, TURN OFF MY CAMERA!, DISAPPEARS!, CKY RIFF!, NEW SCIENCE!, FLIGHT!, OXFORD!, PLAYERS!, AIR FRESHENER FANS!, ROB ZOMBIE!, THE MUNSTERS!, DUNKED ON!, SITCOM!, ADAPTED!, LOW RENT!, LOW BUDGET!, SID HAIG!, TRAILER!, BAD!, UNFUNNY!, SHERRI MOON ZOMBIE!, NETFLIX!, MORTICIA!, GOMEZ!, ADDAMS FAMILY VALUES!, MC HAMMER!, DOORDASH!, GLITCH!, FREE FOOD!, CATERING!, TAKE ADVANTAGE!, BEEF MEDALLION!, CREDIT SCORE!, CHURNING!, TATTOOS!, DEPOSIT!, FRENCH MAN!, SCAM!, DISPUTE THE CHARGE!, MONEY!, MCDONALDS!, FENTANYL!, RENEE PARSONS!, OLD HICKORY BLVD!, COPS!, LIES!, FAKE STORY!, SEXUAL ASSAULT!, ANASTHESIOLOGIST!, DICK SUCKED!, BLANKETS!, BRAZIL!, SOME KIND OF MONSTER!, LOOSE CLOTHES!, SUITCASE!, MURDER!, SARAH BOONE!, CAN'T BREATHE!, CHOKE ME!, YOU CAN'T FIT IN THAT SUITCASE!, SUFFOCATE!, BLAST THROUGH!, YOUTUBE!, DUMBASS OF THE WEEK!, LOTTERY!

Green Light with Chris Long
Goldberg! Wrestler Bill Goldberg Talks Life in the NFL & the Ring, Movie Career & New Projects.

Green Light with Chris Long

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 61:59 Very Popular


(2:20) - Goldberg on Healing, Pain Management in Wrestling and Football, and Partnership with Gallant Nutrition.  (9:25) - Goldberg's Time in the NFL: LA Rams and Atlanta Falcons in the 90s, Playing with Deion and Eric Dickerson and Seeing James Brown and MC Hammer at Practice. (18:35) - Fatherhood and Family, Providing the Right Examples for Your Kids & Marrying a Stuntwoman. (27:45) - Transition to Wrestling, WWE/WCW Career, PGA Tour Stunt, Toughest Wrestlers and Wrestlers Becoming Fighters. (42::40) - Commonalities with Wrestlers and Football Players in Retirement and Making that Transition. (55:22) - Longest Yard, Famous Car Collection and What is Next for Goldberg. Green Light Spotify Music: https://open.spotify.com/user/951jyryv2nu6l4iqz9p81him9?si=17c560d10ff04a9b Spotify Layup Line: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1olmCMKGMEyWwOKaT1Aah3?si=675d445ddb824c42 Green Light Tube YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/GreenLightTube1 Green Light with Chris Long: Subscribe and enjoy weekly content including podcasts, documentaries, live chats, celebrity interviews and more including hot news items, trending discussions from the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, NCAA are just a small part of what we will be sharing with you. https://www.greenlightpodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sixteen:Nine
Johannes Troger, Ameria

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 37:46


The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT Health safety concerns that become top of mind for the whole planet back in March 2020 led to a lot of assumptions that the interactive display business was going to go touchless, with screens managed by mid-air sensors or perhaps by voice. That only kinda sorta played out, as touchscreen companies did just fine through the pandemic. Staffing shortages and a desire to minimize staff to customer contacts led to widespread adoption of self-service screens used to order food and buy tickets. But a German company that specializes in touchless technology suggests while consumers will use touchscreens to specifically get and do things in faster and easier ways, situations in which the screens are more about experience and discovery are going touch-free. Ameria argues that when a screen experience is opt-in, consumers are happier if they don't have to touch the screen - for health safety reasons and also because of the age-old worry about the cleanliness of the people who used the screen before them. Based in Heidelberg but selling globally, Ameria is focused on the software that create, enables and delivers touch-free experiences using optical sensors. I had an interesting chat with Johannes Troger, who runs business development for the company.   Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Johannes, thank you for joining me. Can you give me a rundown on what Ameria is all about?  Johannes Troger: Yes, thank you, Dave, for having me, and sure, I can give you a little rundown. So Ameria is originally a software company coming from software project development, and a few years back, we went into the brick and mortar retail space providing interactive solutions. We are all about bringing a great experience to the customer, and started providing a lot of touch free or touchless solutions to customers.  So this is one of the things we are doing, and we are also providing a cloud platform behind that to manage all the solutions, to bring out the contents and to collect the data. And you're based in Heidelberg, Germany?  Johannes Troger: That is correct. We're based in Heidelberg, Germany. We're founded here a few years back, actually by a couple of students from Heidelberg University who met there and found that there was a big market for software development, and yeah, that's how it got started, and then after a few changes, we arrived at where we are at now. Are the students still involved or has it kind of evolved from there?  Johannes Troger: So one of them is. He's our CEO, and the other one left a few years back, but one of the founders is still heading the company and is still our visionary behind everything we do. Okay, and you're a private company, but you have outside investment? Johannes Troger: Yes, we are a private company. It's still mainly owned by the founder and his family, but we have some outside investors. So the biggest part actually goes to a crowd investing group. It's a German platform called Companisto and we did a few rounds with them, which was a really great way for us to do it because it allowed a lot of people who also come from the industry to invest, and they didn't have to go in with large amounts but they really became our marketing and PR crowd and then we have a few larger investors also involved, but it's mainly in a family office space.  And what's your role with the company?  Johannes Troger: So I'm really heading the business development and partner development part of the business, so on the one hand, I'm a lot out there. Now again, out there at trade fairs and conventions and so on, talking to potential customers, also working with a lot of our partners and also still have some accounts which I started developing when I started at the company, and where I'm still involved in projects, which is always really good because from once in a while to see what's actually happening out there, that's really good. We met at Infocomm in Las Vegas two-three weeks ago, and I'm curious: was this kind of a first foray into the US to start to build out that market or have you been active in it for some time?  Johannes Troger: In the past, we had some projects in North America, but they were mainly driven by customers from Europe who we supported in projects with their companies in North America. So really Infocomm was the first foray we did into North America, also talking to potential customers there, to potential partners and getting a feel of the American market. How would you describe the state of the business? Are you out there with active installations and everything else, or are you just building things up?  Johannes Troger: So we are out there with active installations. They're usually not at a large scale yet, so we're talking about a lot of pilots and a lot of small scale installations. So it's about at this stage of the business, and I think we are on the verge of the first bigger rollouts with the Touch Free technology.  And is that the lead product now, Touchfree? Johannes Troger: Exactly. That's what we've been focusing on in the last two to three years. We actually had some touchless solutions already before the pandemic, and we used them mainly in retail for promotional campaigns. We used them at trade fairs for companies who wanted to basically get more attention to their booth. But it was a niche product. It worked really well in what it was supposed to do but people didn't really see the need beyond that, and so with the pandemic hitting, a lot of companies realized that there are some companies out there in the market who are already doing solutions like this, and they came to us and based on their needs and requirements, and based on our experience and ideas, we started pushing those solutions, developing new options and re-augmenting our portfolio where it was needed. So that became really the focus. It's interesting, when the pandemic first hit, the conventional wisdom was that this was the end for physical touch screens, nobody was gonna use one ever again because of the contagions on the screen and the inability to keep them clean and so on, keep them disinfected, so to speak. What kind of played out is, touch screens actually had a pretty good couple of years through the pandemic because it was determined that separating one to one human contacts was safer using touch screens, even if you did have to wipe them down or do that sort of thing. So self-service became a big deal. So I'm curious because I thought that, okay, a lot of this is now gonna go to touchless and voice, but it didn't, but what did you experience?  Johannes Troger: So what we experienced is that, pretty much as you described that at the start, a lot of companies believed that the day of the touch screen was over and what we experienced over the course of the pandemic is that, there is a kind of big divide between solutions which are, I would say more process based. So you mentioned self order kiosks, for example, in the QSR space, and then on the other hand, there are more experience based solutions which are more geared towards marketing and inspiring customers and so on, and so with those process based use cases, we really see that touch screens are big in business and I think it's kind of got the, “You still have got to get where you're going” thing behind it, right? So people really want their food, and as you mentioned, it feels safer to do it via the screen than to stand in front of a person at the counter.  So people use it and it's quite funny because even before that everyone could see all the studies about how dirty they were and how people were not washing their hands, and so on. We don't want to get into those kinds of unpleasant things, but it was pretty clear before that, but it didn't stop people before that, but when you see on the other hand use cases where companies try to bring an experience to their customers, inspire them, acquaint them with probably new products they have or with new services they're offering, there, we see that touch screens are not working at all. So if people don't understand what they're getting out of it, they're not gonna start interacting with a touch screen. So they'll opt in when they're hungry or they need a transit ticket or whatever, but if it's for discovery of new products and promotions or accessorizing an outfit, they are less likely to want to touch something? Johannes Troger: Exactly! Okay, interesting. So one of the challenges that I've seen with touchless, and it goes back to the days when people were using Kinect sensors, gesture sensors, and so on, there was a learning curve and there was a problem with accuracy, and I'm wondering where that is at now? Johannes Troger: Obviously, the technology has developed a lot, and I think the way it has developed this much more on the software side. So really the side from which we are coming, because we are not creating our own hardware sensors, we are really hardware agnostic in that.  So I think there are really some different things that happened. For one, the Kinect really worked based on creating a full body model, what is called the skeleton of the body and then tracked different joints and different points of the body, and that always meant there was some latency in it, and that always meant that you had to keep the interface with really large buttons and so on because it wasn't very precise.  And you're asking people to perform! Johannes Troger: Exactly, and you usually have a certain distance from the screen and they have to make really big movements. So this was actually really the first solution we offered and we saw that it worked really well in any environment where people were in a kind of playful mood anyway, or where a lot of kids were involved and so on. So this worked really well or where you really wouldn't ask, People not to perform too much in front of the screen, but they still had a good experience, and so what we do now, for one, you're much closer to the screen so you can really work with an interface that you could also use on a touch screen. I wouldn't go as far as to say that it's advisable to just display a website, right? Because even with touch, you wouldn't just use a normal website, you would probably make the buttons larger and so on. But it's precise enough now that after a bit of learning, you can actually even interact with a website without any trouble. So this precision problem, it's really a thing of the past.  What we also do is that we give users basically visual cues, so they get a sort of cursor where we have a dot and a circle around it, and then they know, okay, if they move closer in and the two merge, then that's when they do the click and they get a click sound. So it has become more intuitive, more precise, but at the same time, you can also help people to ease into it, and then regarding that whole latency problem, here we are really working with a combination. So it's not only about modeling the hand, but it's also about taking a lot of other parameters, like distance to the screen and so on and tracking objects in this kind of 3D space that we create and that really allows you to interact very fast. So I assume the UX design is super important, like the workflow and that you've learned a lot through the years?  Johannes Troger: Yeah, absolutely, I think that's next to the technology and to making it really precise on the software side, that's really the key point and that's also why we realized pretty early that we had to be involved in that process, at least at the start.  So, we really pass on our experience with that to agencies of our customers, we are really involved in the whole design process, and obviously it's about a lot of things, I think some of the things also have to be considered when you talk about touch screens which you use in a public space, obviously the size of buttons and the positioning, so position them in places where it's comfortable for people to reach and things like that, and a lot of those things, once you look at it, they seem pretty obvious but they're not that obvious when you're designing it, and when you're in the middle of the process.  Do you have to tell people up front on the screen, so to speak, that you don't need to touch this, or is it intuitive enough that as you reach to touch it, it's gonna blink and give you a signal that, yeah you've done your action already? Johannes Troger: So we've been experimenting with a lot of different ways to make people aware, starting from not making them aware at all and just letting them find out themselves. But what we do a lot of the time is that we give them little hints, little popups and so on when they touch the screen that they don't have to, in a nice way, and that it's basically a nice service to them that they don't have to touch the screen, but what we also do is that they still activate the button, even if they touch, right? So I think that's important because we don't wanna punish anyone for probably not getting it a few times.  At Infocomm, we had an app where the hint said in German, please don't touch or you don't have to touch. But it said it in German, and I was always joking. We do it wherever we are in the world. We do it in German because German is such a nice language for ordering people around. At the beginning we experimented with things like, if you touch the whole screen turned like flashing red and you would get MC Hammer's Don't Touch This song and stuff like this. But what worked is, and we have tried a few apps where the concept or the idea behind it is that people, not in a straightforward tutorial get made aware of it or get taught to do anything, but that they explore it for themselves and are drawn into this by realizing, oh I'm moving my hand in front of the screen and something is happening. So for example, we have one case where it's all about recipe inspiration in grocery stores and there you get drawn in by some audio visual cues to look at the screen, and then if you start moving your hand in front of it, and if you're about 20 centimeters or 15 centimeters away from it, there's this wooden cooking spoon on the screen, which starts moving with your hand, and so almost by accident, you realize, oh, I don't have to touch, and I'm still doing something, and we also do this with start buttons, which follow around your hand when you move it in front of the screen. And so this kind of accidental realization that, this is a touch free solution that is working really well, and that's what we can see in our data, and when we talk to users, which we routinely do, they usually say that's probably the most satisfying moment that they feel when they found out for themselves that this is something new. When you install something, is there an adoption period where you can see at first there's lots of people physically touching the screen, but maybe a month later as you get repeat users, they get it?  Johannes Troger: So it's probably not so much an adoption period over the whole group of users. What we see is that typically a larger proportion of the users get it right away. So what we do is we basically track all the movements that happen in this kind of 3D space in front of the screen, and we use this to also tweak our algorithms and to work on that, and we also track how many of those little messages pop up when people are actually touching the screen, and so at one point when we were checking the numbers, we thought, okay, there's a hell of a lot of those messages, and we realized that they were restricted to very few sessions. So it seems that few people who don't get it, they really don't get it but the majority of people get it pretty much right away.  And this is optical sensing, right? So it's like those old leap motion, little chocolate bar kinds of size things that create this physical space in front of a screen? Johannes Troger: Yeah, exactly. So we usually work with multiple sensors so that we can attach them on the screen, so in a kind of kiosks solution, they're built into that, but we also provide little boxes, which you can click on the sides of just a normal, old, passive screen that you have, and they basically from both sides, create this field and this multiple, camera approach also allows us to scale up in the number of cameras, which also allows us to, for example, in the retail solutions add a third camera, which is looking out and basically scanning the surroundings so that we can react to people walking past with the content in some audio visual ways. So is there a little bit of AI and machine learning happening?  Johannes Troger: There is actually quite a lot of that happening, especially in the tweaking of the algorithms in regards to precision and to making it more intuitive, so one of the things on the roadmap is to use that to also be able to react to the way someone is interacting, so that after a couple of clicks we understand is this a power user, is it a regular user or is it a first time user? And then we can react in terms of the guidance that we give, and in that, there's quite a bit of machine learning involved.  You said you're a software company first and foremost, but you do sell hardware. Are you selling, kind of display totems that have this technology embedded in it? Because it's just simpler to have a full package, as opposed to saying, “We can do this part now go find the other part”?  Johannes Troger: Yeah. This is what we do, obviously in the early stages, and it's different for different use cases, right? So, for example, if it's about retail, we have partners who built the kiosk Systems, there's obviously a number of providers out there who custom build the kiosk to do what the customer wants, sometimes there's more involved. So it could be like a printer to be added to print out the recipes or some card reader which would be included. So that's where we work with the experts, but we can basically then deliver it end to end.  I guess what we're planning when we get to larger numbers, this kind of partner ecosystem is obviously gonna grow and what we are also working on is to also have basically this kind of retrofit model we can use the screens you already have and just have an upgrade path. So it sounds like you do hardware because you have to in the early days, but ideally you're behind the curtain, so to speak, enabling other hardware manufacturers and solution providers to make this happen?  Johannes Troger: That's really the goal, yes. But you gotta get from here to there first, right? Johannes Troger: That's always when you bring in something new and when we were talking about the content and about designing the the UI and so on, I think if you bring out something new, you are always required to do much more than what you probably consider the core of your business, and of your innovative capabilities. I mean, if you do passive digital signage or you shoot a TV commercial or something, they're out there. There are thousands of agencies who understand the channel, who understand how it works and who can tell any customer perfectly how it works. But when you come to some new channel, which it really is, then there is no agency out there who has a whole desk full of best practices, and that's what we are seeing a lot of the time.  For example, with one customer, we were working on a solution, which is placed in petrol stations, and before that they had passive screens there and they obviously have what they do online, which is the only stuff they know how to do interactively, and so somewhere in between that, we had to find a way where the brand's people said, yeah, that's fine, that's along our guidelines because they didn't have guidelines for that channel. So it's really about developing concepts for a whole new channel, and that's the same really with the hardware. So we talk to the hardware producers, to the kiosk producers and manufacturers, and we discuss with them how to best mount the sensors and how to bring it together. So yeah, that's the fate of anyone who brings in an innovation, but I have to say, it's also the fun of it, right? Because it allows you to not only see this very narrow field in the value chain, but to also learn and understand about many other areas and become a more rounded business person for that.  Is it just the software that creates this field and does motion capture and all that? I believe you've got composer software that allows the end user to fully design the experience that their customers or their users are gonna see?  Johannes Troger: Exactly. We have a cloud software suite also behind that, so part of that is a composer software, which allows you to build the content. So you basically just upload the assets and activate them, and the other part is the, it's called the CX manager, the connected experience manager, and that really takes care of all the content distribution scheduling but also taking in the data that is created because other than a touch screen, we also have a lot of data that tracks what happens before someone starts interacting with that outward looking camera, ao we know how many people walk past, stop to look at the screen and so on, and it's really for monitoring the hardware, and it's really a system we started building a few years back and it's really geared towards being a central hub for all sorts of different interactive customer experience solutions that you have out there. So it also runs augmented reality car configurators which we did for a customer. It also runs beacon systems and mobile apps for customers.  So the idea is really everything that you bring out there for your customer experience or for creating customer experience can be run via that centrally. Interesting. I noticed on your website that you referenced beacons and I thought there's a technology that had its moment and didn't seem to get much in terms of broad ranged adoption, but you're using them. How are you using them?  Johannes Troger: So, with beacons, it's use case where is really in the automobile industry, and It works in a way that the beacons are placed in the cars, and then if you have the manufacturer app you can step next to the car, and it displays all the facts about the configuration and about the car you're standing in front of On a smartphone or…?  Johannes Troger: Yeah, on a smartphone. So the idea behind that is really to provide information and then to allow people to take this information, and for example, then include it into their own configuration that they probably have done online and that they have stored in the app, and so that there really is a kind of exchange between the physical experience of the showroom and the digital experience they probably started at home.  If somebody stops you and says, who's your big client? What's that reference case that you like to talk about? What is that?  Johannes Troger: So, in automotive, the most work we have done is with Porsche, so for a long time they were our largest client and they were the most innovative ones really when it came to how to deliver more experience or more digital experience to their customers. In retail and consumer goods, the longstanding client and the most innovative one, and the one we were able to try and learn the most with this is definitely LEGO, and I think one part of that was really that they obviously understood the kind of playfulness of it right from the start, and what we are seeing is that really the retailers themselves that's something that really only has happened for the last two or three years. I think, five years ago, a lot of the retailers still felt okay, the whole digital stuff in brick and mortar, that's mostly gadgets and let's just hang up a couple of screens and that's fine, if they even did that, but now for the last two or three years even in grocery, retail and so on, I'm hearing a lot of managers saying, okay, we know that we have to move and we know that we have to do a lot to be ready for the future, and I think the exciting thing at the moment is that other than, if you wanna build an online shop, there are a lot of people out there who can tell you that's how you build an online shop, but when you come to digital in the brick and mortar space, there's no one who can tell you those are the two or three recipes, that's how you build it, and that's it, right? So probably passive digital signage is about the only thing that people by now know how it works, and you can find someone who does it for you and executes it nicely, and that's fine. But anything beyond that, it's still a lot of trial and error of finding out what is it really, what the customers want? What do they need? How can we attract them to use something?  All right, this was great. If people wanna know more about the company, how do they find that out? Where do they go online?  Johannes Troger: Obviously, the first point is our website, so it's www.ameria.com Okay, perfect. All right, thanks again for spending the time with me.  Johannes Troger: Thank you, Dave. Thank you for a really interesting half-hour with you. 

Humor en la Cadena SER
Especialistas Secundarios | Un locutor de Los 40 Classic atrapado por una canción de MC Hammer

Humor en la Cadena SER

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 5:21


Xevi Palamós es un veterano locutor de Los 40 Classic que lleva tres días escuchando el inicio del célebre U can´t touch this de MC Hammer. Un problema informático ha atascado la canción en los primeros segundos y tiene a Xevi al borde del suicidio

Especialistas Secundarios
Especialistas Secundarios | Un locutor de Los 40 Classic atrapado por una canción de MC Hammer

Especialistas Secundarios

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 5:21


Xevi Palamós es un veterano locutor de Los 40 Classic que lleva tres días escuchando el inicio del célebre U can´t touch this de MC Hammer. Un problema informático ha atascado la canción en los primeros segundos y tiene a Xevi al borde del suicidio

La Ventana
Especialistas Secundarios | Un locutor de Los 40 Classic atrapado por una canción de MC Hammer

La Ventana

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 5:21


Xevi Palamós es un veterano locutor de Los 40 Classic que lleva tres días escuchando el inicio del célebre U can´t touch this de MC Hammer. Un problema informático ha atascado la canción en los primeros segundos y tiene a Xevi al borde del suicidio

The Steffan Tubbs Show Podcast
Steffan Tubbs Show 6-22-22 Hr2

The Steffan Tubbs Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 39:31


Castle Rock resident Mike Campbell discusses the potential of "Pallet Town" coming to Douglas County. Castle Rock Mayor Pro Tem Kevin Bracken joins the program as well. We also hear Steffan's story of how MC Hammer got him suspended 30 years ago... for a day. Plus, a word of encouragement to our fellow Denver radio colleagues released this week. (rev 6-24) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE MISTERman's Take
#The Chi lites have you seen her

THE MISTERman's Take

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 4:03


#The Chi lites have you seen her # one of the greatest vocal groups ever # classic songs and vocals # this classic song was composed by Group founder Eugene record and Barbara acklin # sampled by MC Hammer and covered by UK artist Paul Young among others# respect --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mr-maxxx/support

Chuck and Chernoff
Hour One June 16 2022

Chuck and Chernoff

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 16:30


Vince McMahon caught himself in an interesting spot. Plus, Today Was A Good Day.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cards Face Up Podcast
DJ NASTY-NES Talks History With Sir Mix Alot, Tupac, NWA, Mc Hammer, Run DMC, Cypress, Fugees & More

Cards Face Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 31:04


DJ NASTY-NES Talks History With Sir Mix Alot, Tupac, NWA, Mc Hammer, Run DMC, Cypress, Fugees & More on this one on one sit down with Cards Face Up Podcast. Nasty Nes is not only the partner of Sir Mix Alot, he is known as Seattle's Godfather of Hip Hop, a title he earned by being the first DJ in Seattle to play Hip Hop, he is also responsible for breaking some of the biggest rap artist of all TIME records before they were known. Tune in as we discuss the legendary career of on of the greatest DJ'S in hip hop.#tupac  #nwa #seattle SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBEPLEASE VISIT US AT OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE - WWW.CARDSFACEUPPODCAST.COMAUDIO IS AVAILABLE ON ALL STREAMING PLATFORMS SUCH AS "APPLE/GOOGLE/SPOTIFY/ETCSUBSCRIBE TO OUR SISTER PAGE ALSO AND GET MORE EXCLUSIVE CARDS FACE UP PODCAST CONTENT @WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/CARDSFACEUPPODCAST

The Liner Notes: Defining Hip-Hop's Classic Albums
Classic Album Debate #58: Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em

The Liner Notes: Defining Hip-Hop's Classic Albums

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 74:21


"Can't Touch This" - Can't Touch This   Next album up: Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em by MC Hammer. The first Hip-Hop album to go Diamond.  Is it a classic?

Best of ESPN 1000
6/11: Song of the Night

Best of ESPN 1000

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 18:08


All of the songs from this week's Song of the Night segment. Artists include: Lamb of God, Huey Lewis and the News, Kayne West, MC Hammer, and Fountains of Wayne.

Sketch The Rhyme
#82 Tolkien Shakur

Sketch The Rhyme

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 98:02


0:42 The man with 33 kids, Riverdale, Class Act 17:56 Gas Prices, Thriller rerelease 34:27 South Park Revelation, MC Hammer movie 68:56 Listener's Comments, American Dad, The Jellies

The Marsh Land Media Podcast
Shuffling the Deck EP 35: "The Killjoy Club's 'Reindeer Games'"

The Marsh Land Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 95:31


We aren't playin' any REINDEER GAMES with you... but I guess we are in our headphones because we're discussing the supergroup collaboration of The ICP / Young Wicked & Da Mafia 6ix, collectively known as "The Killjoy Club" and their album "Reindeer Games"! Join us as we chat about Pokemon Going to the polls, Sean's FOMO, "Todd Grobin's Going Away Party", the One Punch Man Workout, the truncated story of Triple 6 Mafia, Hanna-Barbera tattoos, the story of Hanna-Barbera's near monopoly on children's cartoons on TV, Scooby-Doo animated movies, MNE / Young Wicked, mixing issues, 3 6 Mafia's reality show "Adventures in Hollyhood", MC Hammer, recording a stand up album, & more! Find the Definitive playlist HERE on Spotify! Want to hear more from your favorite Marsh Land Media hosts? Hear exclusive shows, podcasts, and content by heading to Patreon.com/MLMpod! Buy some Shuffling the Deck / MLMpod MERCH, including our "Natty With Otters" shirt, over at redbubble.com/shop/msspod! Follow James @MarshLandMedia on Twitter, @MLMpod on Instagram, and listen to his music under "Marsh Land Monster" wherever music is found! Follow Sean on Twitter @SeanMarciniak and on Twitch @GooseVonKaiser! Join our Discord! Have fan mail, fan art, projects you want us to review, or whatever you want to send us? You can ship directly to us using "James McCollum, PO Box 180036, 2011 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60618"! Send us a voice mail to be played on the show at (224) 900-7644! Find out more about James' other podcasts "Mostly Speakin' Sentai", "Hit It & Crit It", and "This Movie's Gay" on our website, www.MLMPod.com!!! Plus, download all Marsh Land Monster albums there, too!

Hot Take Central
5-26 Segment 3 - MC Hammer - People who linger around that aren't friends - Tom Brady hits a hole-in-one on video? - Kaepernick return?

Hot Take Central

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 34:40


5-26 Segment 3 - MC Hammer - People who linger around that aren't friends - Tom Brady hits a hole-in-one on video? - Kaepernick signing with the Raiders? - Steven Tyler drops $6m on cocaine

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Effectively Network To Advance Personally &Professionally - Alonzo Carter, RB Coach, San Jose State

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 28:22


Alonzo cart Alonzo Carter is the assistant head coach, running backs coach and recruiting coordinator at San Jose State. He was recognized by 247Sports.com as the Mountain West Recruiter of the Year in 2019.

Coach Carter became a national figure in college football and the coaching profession in the spring of 2020 organizing his "West Coast ZOOM Calls." He desired to assist minority coaches with upward mobility in the coaching profession, the #BlackLivesMatter movement, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sports and society. 
In August, 2020, he was named to the National Coalition of Minority Football Coaches (NCMFC) executive committee. The organization's goal is to identify and groom coaches of color, and create a list of coaching candidates for upward mobility. On campus, he now serves as an advisor to the student-athlete groups, People of Change and #SJSpeaksUp.

Coach “Zo” came to the Spartans with after a period as highly successful local community college and high school football head coach and an unparalleled five years in the world of musical entertainment (he danced for MC Hammer's group. In 18 years of head coaching experience, his teams compiled a 129-69-3 win-loss record, won 11 league championships, three California Interscholastic Federation (C.I.F.) Oakland Section titles, and six post-season bowl games. He was named a league or conference coach of the year in seven of those seasons.
 Shownotes: Who is alonzo Carter Coaching journey What are you willing to sacrifice Learning working camps Should have spent more time learning OL What are you doing to develop yourself in the off season? How do you get to the college level? Do people know you at the local colleges? Importance of a practice schedule Friend vs HC Making the most out of the convention Spend your time wisely Networking pays off - examples Get the best coaching tools - game plan and teach your players better with @getreconsports. email for a demo - podcast@getreconsports.com -(317)324-8605 - getreconsports.com/ Get this entire presentation and the State Association MegaTicket: https://azfbca2022.coachesclinic.com Related: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/sets/game-plan-for-your-next-job

NERDSoul • Your Week in Geek
Pocket Bravery's Gameplay, Video Game Pricing, MC Hammer & Racism in the FGC | NERDSoul Gaming

NERDSoul • Your Week in Geek

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 109:23


This Is Rad!
Fast Food Favorites

This Is Rad!

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 104:41


This week Kyle and Matthew welcome comedian Dana Whissen for a chat about their favorite fast food items. Right up front, this ep is a little short cause Dana had to go, we will 100% be doing a second Fast Food Favorites episode. Okay, with that out of the way, the gang chat about long lost items at Burger King, the purpose of Dunken, and the origins of Hardees. They also go pretty deep on fast food breakfasts. What AM items are secretly gold? Which ones will mess up your day before it begins?   PLUS! In the episode we discuss Tiger Electronic Games and specifically the one for musical legend MC Hammer. Below is a link to a recreation of that game on archive.org. If somebody flags us for this being illegal, we'll make this shit disappear but in the meantime, please enjoy:   https://archive.org/details/hh_tmchammer     Weekly Rads: Kyle – Spider-Man: No Way Home (movie) Matthew – Original Iron Chef on Peacock (show) Dana – The Babysitters Club (book series)   Send Us Stuff! We have a PO Box! This Is Rad! / Kyle Clark PO Box #198 2470 Stearns St Simi Valley, CA 93063   Tales from an Analog Future issue 1 (Early Access Edition) Get it HERE: https://gumroad.com/analogfuturecomic Get Kyle's album "Absolute Terror" here: https://smarturl.it/absoluteterror     Go to www.Patreon.com/thisisrad and subscribe to send in questions for our Listener Questions episodes, to get exclusive bonus episodes, extra content, and access to the This Is Rad Discord server!   Check out our merch! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/this-is-rad     Also! Check out march for Kyle's record label Radland Records https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/4109261-radland-logo     Also! Laura started an online store for her art! Go buy all of her stuff!!! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/lmknight?utm_campaign=8178&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=lmknight   Follow us on social media or whatever! Instagram: @thisisradpodcast @kyleclarkisrad @lmknightart @8armedspidey (Frank Gillen TIR's social media!)  @thearcknight (techno lord Adam Cross)    Twitter: @ThisIsRadPod @kyleclarkisrad @MatthewBurnside @LMKnightArt   Tumblr: thisisradpod.tumblr.com http://www.thisisradpodcast.com Bonus Social Media! Kyle's Horror Podcast Everything is Scary with Jen Saunderson @podscary (Twitter) Kyle's Comic “Tales from an Analog Future” @analogfuturecomic (Instagram) Kyle's Record label Radland Records @radlandrecords (Instagram)  

Coach E: Game For All Seasons
Where Brooklyn At?

Coach E: Game For All Seasons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 80:31


If Biggie was alive, he would say the pod never ends.  Nobody can touch this! Even if you had MC Hammer... So don't resist. you don't want to miss this.  It's time for Coach E & Game For All Seasons crew to deliver you that weekly hotness.   This week:Assistant coach Xen changes things up and selects news stories that he thinks best fits his fellow coaches.  For Coach E, he selects the airplane altercation involving Mike Tyson (4:58).For Mr. TaBoo Timmons, he uses TaBoo's ear for music to review NFL WR's Antonio Brown's new rap album (20:45).The fellas stay in the world of music and discuss the news story of Jay-Z and Yo Gotti coming together to help inmates in a Mississippi prison  sue their prison for the inhumane living conditions and the A&E documentary that will accompany it (29:42).Then, they stay in the legal system and weigh in on the lawsuit against Buffalo Bills LB Von Miller for disseminating a sexually explicit photo of a woman without her permission (42:26). Finally, Mr. TaBoo Timmons gets his day as his nemesis, The Brooklyn Nets, were swept out of the playoffs in the first round by the Boston Celtics. He gets to gloat, and together, they breakdown what went wrong for the Brooklyn Nets. Coach E has a couple of surprising confessions on this one that you'll want to hear for yourself (49:10).And so much more. As always, Coach E sends us out on our week with the post game word "Know Your Worth" (1:17:45). Remember to subscribe, rate & review wherever you get your podcasts from. If you like what you hear, please show your love by giving us ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts from. And for the latest on Coach E, follow him @BigEv216 on all social media platforms.If you're interested in any of the services provided by Perfect Time Fitness, please go to www.perfecttimefitness.com to learn more and sign up. 

Low Bottom/High Rise with Moira Kucaba
Episode 11: 'So You're Tellin' Me There's a Chance' with Amberly Lago

Low Bottom/High Rise with Moira Kucaba

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 60:49


Amberly Lago is literally unstoppable.  She sits down with Moira to dig deep into her incredible story and share how she overcame harrowing circumstances and went on to become a wildly successful author, speaker, podcast host and inspirational figure who truly walks the talk.   After her parents divorced at an early age Amberly became the victim of unspeakable sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather and though she eventually mustered up the courage to ask for help her cries were ignored.  She was an accomplished athlete and dancer who managed to save enough money to move herself out of her small town in Texas and chase her dreams out West.   When she booked a gig in LA as a dancer in an MC Hammer video her career began to take off, she met the man of her dreams and they started a beautiful life together.  But when her youngest daughter was only 2 years old she was tragically hit by an SUV while riding her motorcycle home from work and nearly lost her life.  Amberly shares the horrifying aftermath of nearly losing her leg and enduring 34 surgeries only to find that she was now in constant and excruciating pain.    Amberly speaks candidly about her subsequent struggles with addiction and why moving her body not only saved her (this woman had a pull up bar installed above her hospital bed!) body but also her mind. Her humor and candor are refreshing and inspiring and her story will leave you on the edge of your seat.   Follow Amberly on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amberlylagomotivation   Find Out More About Amberly's Work: https://amberlylago.com   Buy Amberly's Book ‘Grit and Grace'  https://amberlylago.com/book/   PLUS! A very special offer for Low Bottom High Rise listeners: TEXT the word GRIT to (818) 214 -7378  for a free downloadable copy of  ‘How To Tap into Your Super Power and Thrive'.     RISE UP WITH US!!!   Click here for The Rise Up Course Click here for the Rise Up Planner    

Who Shot Ya?
Episode 241: 'Aline' with Kyle Buchanan

Who Shot Ya?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 63:00 Very Popular


After months of waiting, a new day has come: ALINE is finally in US theaters, and there's a lot to talk about. Luckily, the gang doesn't have to do it all by themselves. Kyle Buchanan (whose NYT review of the movie is quoted prominently in the film's Wikipedia page) is here to answer questions like, “how much of this is true?” and “is this movie a comedy?” Later, we'll propose some biopics we want to see. And that's the way it is!What's Good?Alonso: “I wrote a puzzle!”Drea: Family visit/digitizing family photosKyle: Survivor Season 42 Ify: Severance/Hot Boi SummerITIDICWarner Bros Removes references to gay relationship for China release of Secrets of DumbledoreNetflix Has Added a “Two Thumbs Up” ButtonThere's going to be a Spirit Halloween movie Staff PicksDrea: American SplendorAlonso: The Greek TycoonKyle: The NorthmanIfy: Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story We're sponsored this week by…EveryplateTry EveryPlate for just $1.79 per meal by going to EveryPlate.com and entering code maxfilm179.SoylentGo to Soylent.com/maxfilm and use promo code MAXFILM to get 20% OFF your first order. ***Buy Alonso's book, I'll Be Home For Christmas MoviesKyle's book is Blood Sweat and Chrome: The Wild and True Story of Mad Max: Fury RoadWith:Ify NwadiweDrea ClarkAlonso DuraldeKyle BuchananProduced by Marissa FlaxbartSr. Producer Laura Swisher

Guy-Talians Eating Italian
EP. 28: Specialty Slice

Guy-Talians Eating Italian

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 15:00


In this episode the boys ride in a pirate ship, open up a joint bank account, and jump from a helicopter wearing nothing but MC Hammer parachute pants!  Also, they eat and discuss different Specialty Slices!  DOES PASTA BELONG ON A SLICE OF PIZZA?!  FOLLOW US:Twitter: @guytaliansInstagram: @guytalianseatingitalianGmail: guytalianseatingitalian@gmail.com

Tom & Becky in the Morning
Ever met a complete stranger that now you'll never forget?

Tom & Becky in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 22:11


Strangers... avocados... Hawaii... TT's... and MC Hammer!

Sports 'N Torts
Talking Mass Torts Litigation, Power of Asking for a Chance to Prove Yourself, NIL Law Firm Deal with MC Hammer and Mixed Martial Arts Training with Rob Hammers

Sports 'N Torts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 63:47


In this episode we talk with Rob Hammers of Schneider Hammers (www.schneiderhammers.com) about: -His undergrad years at UGA and the initial path he was taking to a Professorship; -His decision to go back to Law School at FSU at the ripe old age of 30 and advice for going back to school to follow a passion; -Interviewing for his first legal job by telling his employer “I don't give a $hit about a partnership track. Just give me a “f'in chance” -Meeting his eventual law partner by answering a Craigs List ad; -What is Mass Torts and what makes for a good case; -How he got into handling Mass Torts cases; -The steps in the multi year process to successfully sue the Johnson & Johnson's and Dupont's of the world in a Mass Torts case; -Finances behind the 8 and 9 figure Mass Tort case settlements we hear about on the news; -His role in making products and drugs and medical devices safer; -Thoughts on his firm doing a NIL deal with MC Hammer and adopting “Its Hammer Time” as the firm slogan -Mixed Martial arts as stress release and motivation to stay focused; -JKD martial arts discipline and martial arts fitness at The Welch Experience (thewelchexperience.com) and Balanced Motion Martial Arts (balancedmotionmartialart.com)

The Fred Minnick Show
Matisyahu | Coffee Tasting | The Story of 'Vegan Chef Jack' on Tour

The Fred Minnick Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 58:45


Upcoming Shows Hollywood: https://www.ticketweb.com/event/fred-minnicks-blind-bourbon-live-rainbow-bar-grill-tickets/11913765 Wisconsin: https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/8835521/fred-minnicks-blind-bourbon-date-green-bay-epic-event-center I will never forget my introduction to Matisyahu. The year was 2007, I was soon to be married and I was trying to figure out my life post Iraq. I remember a lot of random things from this year, including this moment. Jimmy Kimmel looked into the camera and said: “Our next guest is the most popular Jewish rapper since MC Hammer…. from Brooklyn, New York. welcome Hasidic hip hop reggae of Matisyahu.” What my ears heard and my eyes saw forever burned a memory into my brain. Matisyahu broke new ground for the genre now known as Jewish hip hop. Today, on the Fred Minnick Show, we celebrate Matisyahu's latest album, named ‘Matisyahu,' which, in my opinion, breaks away from his traditional style. And we don't sip whiskey on this episode. We drink coffee. In fact, you may recall this coffee from a previous episode, I have become such a fan of the Wynn Coffee that I've brought them into the tasting room. If you'd like to join a long with us, you can get a 10% discount on on wynn coffees. Enter FREDMINNICK10 has been set up. Here's a shareable link: https://nguyencoffeesupply.com/discount/FREDMINNICK10 But for the most part, this episode is a back and forth of a couple coffee lovers and learning about a musician who changed the game. Enjoy this week's interview More on Matisyahu Like only the most gifted storytellers, Matisyahu spins the rare kind of stories that simultaneously enlighten and enthrall and expand the audience's sense of possibility. On his eponymous new album, the Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter/rapper shares his most autobiographical work to date, merging that personal revelation with a shapeshifting collision of reggae and hip-hop and boldly inventive pop. Produced by Salt Cathedral (a Brooklyn-based duo comprised of Colombian musicians Juliana Ronderos and Nicolas Losada), the result is an undeniably transformative album, one that invites both intense introspection and unbridled celebration. “Throughout my life so much of my music has come from struggling with a sort of existential loneliness, even though a lot of the music is very joyful,” says Matisyahu. “I ended up in a place where I've found the person who's my soulmate and made a beautiful life with her, and that's the place where this record was born.” The seventh studio album from the New York artist, Matisyahu arrives as the latest achievement in an extraordinary career that's included landing a #1 hit on alternative rock radio (with his Billboard Hot 100-charting breakthrough single “King Without a Crown”), collaborating with the likes of reggae legends Sly and Robbie, and amassing a global following largely on the strength of his transcendent live show. In bringing the album to life, Ronderos and Losada joined Matisyahu at his former home on the Hudson River in Nyack, where the three musicians soon immersed themselves in an unfettered and improvisation-fueled creative process. “Working with Juli was the first time I've ever had a female producer, and it influenced the record in an amazing way,” says Matisyahu, who first collaborated with Salt Cathedral on his 2016 EP Release the Bound. “I felt free to bring more sensitivity or sensuality to my vocals, and really explore the subtleties of my voice.” Subscribe to Fred Minnick's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg?view_as=subscriber Merch, including official The Fred Minnick Show Glencairn: https://shop.podcastone.com/collections/the-fred-minnick-show Become a YouTube Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg/join Glencairn provides glassware The Fred Minnick Show: https://www.glencairnwhiskyglass.com/ The American...

Unnatural 20's
Katelynn's Podcast Bachelorette

Unnatural 20's

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 59:42


Ya girls are getting together to celebrate Katelynn's Bachelorette (podcast version) and you all know it's not going to go as planned! So grab your drinks and join the party as we set the stage for fear, enter a new type of Mud Run, set the new standard, follow the movie's footsteps, be bad moms, make our MASH predictions come true, set out literal poopourri, bring our plant friends out to lunch with us, admit our previous murders, burn the alter down, start a casual arson TikTok, give some musical advice, ignore all the red flags, make some drink concoctions from whatever is in our fridge, instantly regret doing that, make Books miserable, proudly wear MC Hammer pants for the women, test our knowledge of the bride to be, knock the people away with a tail, confuse Katelynn's stuffed animals, hit follow for the dog chomps, harness the power of dogs in cars, freak out over the Obi-Won Kenobi trailer, get the full report from the mouse, and unknowingly enter the splash zone. Join in on the adventure by sending your quests to unnatural20s@gmail.com Check out our bonus content on Patreon Proud Member of the Scavengers Network

Real Talk w/ Ben Tompkins
Scott Meier on Shedding 180lbs, Making Changes, and Helping Others

Real Talk w/ Ben Tompkins

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 99:42


Scott Meier (@scott.meier.87) is on a mission to help others. But that mission started by helping the one person who needed his help the most: himself. When his brother got married in 2020, Scott was weighing in at 367 pounds. He still doesn't like looking at the wedding photos from the day. It's too painful. But that was his “line in the sand” moment

ABV Chicago Craft Beer Podcast
Episode 422 - Fruit Stupid

ABV Chicago Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 87:36


Sometimes you just gotta say, “What the f***?” and open five cans absolutely crammed full of fruit slurry and let the whole notion of beer just leave your mind. We're down with the thiccness for this episode, watching our glasses become opaque with a pulpy sludge while measuring the detritus on each glug-glug pour. So while they may not be beer per se, are they fun to drink? Also, we re-examine the days of the week, learn the truth about MC Hammer, develop some can-rolling techniques, and experience THE CHONK. Come on and get fruit stupid with us. “Beers” Reviewed BlackStack Brewing - Are You There God? It's Me, Guava (Triple Guava Smoothie Sour w/ vanilla and lactose) Energy City Brewing - Bistro Smoothie: Mango Pineapple Banana (Berliner-Style Weisse w/ mango, pineapple, banana, and natural flavor) Phase Three Brewing Company - Double Nectar: Raspberry, Blackberry, Blueberry (Sour Ale w/ fruit) More Brewing Company - Peach Cobbler (Fruited Sour Ale w/ peach, vanilla, granola, and milk sugar) Drekker Brewing Co. - Chonk: Spumoni (Sundae Sour w/ cherry, chocolate ice cream, pistachios, and lactose)

Two Strike Noise - A Baseball History Podcast
Episode 156 - Tales from the Dugout v24

Two Strike Noise - A Baseball History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 65:54


This week, another installment of Tales from the Dugout! We discuss another celebrity that's on the Rickey bandwagon as well as MC Hammer begging to be our friend. Also, Flint Rhem was a pretty good pitcher but an even better drinker. That leads to alot of drunken hi-jinx which is our middle name. Also, a Ladies Day turns raucous after the home 9's dreamy pitcher is ejected & we speak as close to admiringly about Barry Bonds as we're ever going to get. Wax Pack Heroes takes on a couple of packs of 1988 Fleer as we wind down another season.  Twitter - @twostrikenoise Instagram - @twostrikenoise Two Strike Noise on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvh7epD-mqT9qCIV7CNqhog Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/twostrikenoise E-mail - twostrikenoise@gmail.com We pull ALOT of commons in Wax Pack Heroes. If you've got those Tom Foley or Ernest Riles cards just sitting around you can donate those commons to charity and maybe spark a child's interest in baseball and collecting. Find out more here: http://commons4kids.org/ #podernfamily #podnation #baseball #mlb #history #podcast #baseballcards

The Institute of Black Imagination.
E37. Bisa Butler: The Realization of Memory

The Institute of Black Imagination.

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2022 77:51


In today's conversation, Dario sits  with fiber artist and storyteller Bisa Butler. Bisa tells the stories of African heritage and American home through an artistry and craft we all know as quilts. Her use of vibrant color and fine fibers reminds us that intentionality, textile, and choice allows our spirits to be known and rendered as portraits suspended in time and stories never forgotten.  In this episode we explore themes of investing in your artistry, the universal human spirit, how a successful artist stays grounded, and Dario's and Bisa's 90s R&B/Hip Hop inspired handmade teen wardrobe  Things we mention Time as a function (and an illusion) of the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregorian_calendar (gregorian calendar) https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/negritude/ (Negritude) movement and who are we when ‘universal' seems to naturally mean white  http://kalamu.com/neogriot/2017/05/25/info-the-doom-and-glory-of-knowing-who-you-are-james-baldwin/ (James Baldwin, Doom and Glory of Knowing Who You are, Dostoevsky) Bisa's time studying https://art.howard.edu/ (art at Howard University )included investigating the works and lives of  https://americanart.si.edu/artist/alma-thomas-4778 (Alma Thomas) https://www.elizabethcatlettart.com/bio (Eizabeth Catlett ) https://americanart.si.edu/artist/jacob-lawrence-2828 (Jacob Lawrence)  https://americanart.si.edu/artist/henry-ossawa-tanner-4742 (Henry Tanner ) https://americanart.si.edu/artist/edmonia-lewis-2914 (Edmonia Lewis ) https://www.gordonparksfoundation.org/ (Gordon Parks ) https://americanart.si.edu/artist/james-vanderzee-6593 (James VanDerZee) The beauty and genius of https://jackshainman.com/artists/el_anatsui (El Anatsui)  Episode Playlist and Film List  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O01knIMTEpY (A short film (aka video) about time travel as it appeared on Yo! MTV Raps: Here Comes the Hammer by MC Hammer ) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0110186/ (Jason's Lyric ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FL-pm-xRb40 (I'm so Into you by SWV) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIh07c_P4hc (Ordinary People by John legend)  https://www.instagram.com/bisabutler/ (Bisa Butler on Instagram) All the latest news about Bisa can be found on https://linktr.ee/bisabutler (Bisa's Linktree ) This conversation was recorded on Jan 6, 2022 Host https://www.instagram.com/dario.studio/ (Dario Calmese)  Producer https://www.instagram.com/carmendharris/ (Carmen D. Harris)   Visual Art Direction and Designs:  http://riverwildmen.com/ (River Wildmen), https://www.instagram.com/afrovisualism/ (AfroVisualism), https://www.instagram.com/stlab/?hl=en (Stephane Lab) Original Music composed by http://www.dariocalmese.com/ (Dario Calmese)  Visit us at https://www.blackimagination.com/oral-history (blackimagination.com )

Here We Are
Musical Discoveries

Here We Are

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 102:20


The Music Explorers of Comedy™ share their favorite bands. At the frequent request of fans, we dedicated a whole episode to talking about some of our favorite music from childhood to today. We chat about Pink Floyd, Prince, Nirvana, OK Go, Post Modern Jukebox, Of Montreal, Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Flaming Lips, The Police, Sting, Devo, CCR, The Talking Heads, Coletrane, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Charles Mingus, Kimya Dawson, The Avett Brothers, Nine Inch Nails, Knower, Zappa, Weather Report, Mono Neon, The Uncluded, Funkadelic, Vulfpeck, Lionel Ritchie, Bobby McFerrin, Tribe Called Quest, Hieroglyphics, NWA, Eminem, Cameo, The Time and more We'll take you on journeys like how Shane went from listening to MC Hammer and Vanilla Ice as a kid; to Biggie as a teen; to Outcast and Eminem in early adulthood; to a more recent path of discovery that took him from Lyrics Born to Deltron 3030 to Aesop Rock to Prof. Every month The MEC™ like to ask our Patrons to suggest subjects for a full public episode. Not only do our supporters finance our ability to put out awesome free public content like this, but they help steer the ship with fun suggestions like this. Link to Mel Gibson's video (skip to 23:40): https://www.canceledpriests.org/fr-altman-mel-gibson-speak-hard-truth-to-chicago-and-to-the-bishops/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mind-under-matter/support