Greg: like a role-playing game. can't I'm feeling filthy.
Ryan: awful. It's getting worse as it continues.
Greg: this, none of this is usable.
Tyler: Not at all.
Greg: but then the umbrella came and I was like, uh, rain on a sky. Yep. That's you.
Ryan: Yeah. We'll start it
Tyler: It's a good thing. You pump out such good content.
Ryan: No, there's another joke there somewhere.
Greg: it's Greggy Wonka and the content factory.
Ryan: Just so I can find the
Tyler: Hey, Greg, you want more series of noises,
Greg: Ryan dead coming back to life.
Ryan: You're welcome.
Tyler: I don't think that's that's that's still being dead.
Tyler: that sound like lasers.
Tyler: The defib charging
Ryan: sounds like lasers
Greg: as someone who's never D fibbed anything. Dunno.
Tyler: Oh, I thought you were good. Like, yep, totally. That's what it sounds like.
Greg: The only thing I do favor my students when they're filthy liars, I D that fib.
Ryan: That was terrible. Get out
Tyler: Get all the way out.
Greg: Yep. Okay. So anyways, Hey, how's it going? Hey guys,
Tyler: Ryan's here. Don't look at him.
Ryan: wait, no stop
Greg: you guys like fishing? Do you prefer fishing in a river or a stream?
Greg: Ah, well, speaking of streaming, uh,
Ryan: Well done, Greg. Well done.
Tyler: Go ahead.
Lead me down this river of life,
Greg: It's actually a stream of lies.
Tyler: a stream of fibs,
Greg: Yes. Speak. So speaking of the streaming, let's get to the news.
Tyler: headlines. If you will,
Greg: Yeah. Let's get to the headlines. All right. So Phil, Spencer has hinted. He actually came out today and showed his dongle. Uh, he hinted at it and yeah,
Ryan: didn't show,
Greg: for this time it, it was appropriate.
Ryan: Oh, well, that's good. That's better than the last time
Tyler: no, for the record. I don't think Phil Spencer's ever done anything
Greg: No. And by no means, do we want it to mean Phil Spencer? It just, it just played into the joke. Sorry, Phil.
Tyler: be a good sport though.
Greg: He hinted that the X cloud was going to have a streaming stick.
Ryan: So tell me more.
Greg: It's a Chrome cast style dongle.
Ryan: Is it like a big saucer as well?
Tyler: Well there's no, we don't have there's no like prototypes. There's no physical
Ryan: Oh, it's just like, Hey, how cool would this thing?
Tyler: Yeah, because it just effectively needs to run a singular Android app. And I guess maybe they could basically just run really their own Android OS so to speak. Have it real stripped down, have it just be game pass. Let it pair with Bluetooth controllers
Ryan: And you just have it sync to an onsite X-Box or log into an
Tyler: You don't even need an
Ryan: Yeah. You just sign into game pass,
Greg: right? So you have the dongle and the controller, that's it. They're they I'm already excited for this more than I am for stadia.
Ryan: So that'd be super cool because in an instance where say for whatever I'm talking about, say for whatever reason, you don't have an Xbox, but you want to play in one of your friends is like, Hey, you can use my stuff when I'm not here. Just plug this into your TV. Here's a controller have fun when I'm not on.
Greg: Well, furthermore, because you can now have cross save and I'm assuming you'll have cross play.
Eventually you could jump from your computer to the TV and be mobile and can play that game consistently across. Everything. So you can take it with you on the go, come home, play it on the company, on the TV with the dongle. Um, so you're expanding your audience probably for fairly inexpensive. Cause I would imagine this thing wouldn't cost more than a Chromecast, 40 to 40, 50, 60 bucks somewhere in there.
Ryan: Now, one thing that I hope that they consider maybe look into fixing, maybe it was just a me problem. I don't know. But when I tried out the streaming on the phone, you saw me when I was playing it.
And I know my phone had a horrible refresh rate, but there was a lot of lag when I was playing on the phone.
Tyler: I think it depends on the phone, the game. And I'm going to say it depends on the network because that's obviously true, but I know you were what, six feet away from the road.
Ryan: Yeah. I didn't have much of an excuse. Plus we played on the same phone and yours was better.
Tyler: I played halo during them.
Greg: Yeah. The, the brilliant thing about this is that the next gen consoles are now being available on 24 month financing.
Ryan: which is pretty cool. They did that, uh, with the one X. Yes.
Greg: And so they've got these people locked in for two years. Meaning, they also, as part of the deal, get ultimate with it, meaning they already have their market built in for this. So if they release it next year, they've got people who are still paying off another year of X-Box get this. So you're already doubling down on that market.
Tyler: So I can think of another, another great use. Cause like when, if I do travel, when I travel, if that's ever a thing again, um, have. I love bringing my.
Chromecast with me, if I'm in hotels or whatever, it might be, plug it in that and just watch my stuff. Now I can bring my X-Box with me effectively in my pocket,
Ryan: which is pretty solid.
Tyler: Cause that's awesome.
Ryan: Nintendo really had the portability market nailed down with a switch, uh, especially with the switch, like it's even smaller. Um, but the fact that you can literally cause like me and my brothers, uh, just this past January, we took a trip up to Canada. Uh, and we brought one of the Xbox. Is that because we, you know, we want to do a little bit of gaming when we were up there.
Watch some YouTube, Netflix, you name
Tyler: And you drove up. So you had
Ryan: Yeah. We drove up. Yep. So. Exactly. So, but not having to bring up the X-Box because that takes up a lot of space when you're, when you're doing stuff like that, but still being able to have it with us to play games and stuff is pretty
Greg: absolutely. And, and whereas switch was doing it on a console. Xbox is already taking advantage of the devices you already own.
So you're getting the TV in the mobile, um, which is really cool. So. Um, you know, I can't wait for that to, to launch
Ryan: that is going to be pretty
Greg: speaking of launching.
Tyler: before no, no, no, no. Yeah. Well, don't worry. I'll springboard you into it, but I have heard rumors
Ryan: big rumors that big honking rumors
Tyler: that Samsung TVs are going to start featuring X cloud in game pass, built into the TVs themselves.
Ryan: were mentioning that to me earlier, and that would be fucking awesome.
Tyler: be a game changer
Greg: It would be. And speaking of games, yes. Um, we are deep dive just for people that don't know our deep dive this week later this week is going to be about the AMD GPU announcement today. That was today. The day that we're recording this, um, So we're not going to talk about it a lot today, but what we will talk about is that Nvidia has, I think, emergency meetings, a new GPU, a 30, 70 T I,
Ryan: it was already planned.
Tyler: looking kind of sus
Greg: And so they've planned what might be a 30, 70, uh, TCI.
Ryan: rumor is because the 30, 60 TEI was kind of leaked in China. It was available for pre-order or something like that. Wasn't it on some retailers in China,
Tyler: 30, 60. Yeah. I went up for pre-order.
Ryan: in China. So the 30, 60 TEI. Is already unofficially announced because you can already buy it effectively in China. Um, so the rumor is that the 30 70 is going to be coming shortly after, uh, the radio and announcement from AMD earlier today. So probably within the next, uh, either, uh, Thursday or Friday this week, I would expect to hear something if not early next week.
Tyler: I will say.
I'm pretty sure in video, like you said, Ryan, just, they probably had this holstered and
Ryan: Oh, it was ready. There's no way to just whip this out
Greg: no, no, no, absolutely. No, because they have the 30, 70 and the 30, 80. So the 30, 70 I sandwich right in there. And, and according to the source, that's leaking the stuff to tech radar. They are w it wasn't emergency product that they.
Ryan: the 30, 60 or the 30, 70.
Greg: 70 TEI,
Ryan: So the 30, 70, I'll give you that one might be, uh, an emergency think tank. We needed to do something too, because we'll do, we'll get more into the deep dive on AMD, but they actually threw out some solid competition. The 30, 60, I firmly believe that one has been ready for awhile. The 30, 60, not the 37.
Greg: wait, the releasing going backwards.
Ryan: This is a, an in-between the 20, 80 ti and
Greg: Oh, I didn't realize that they had another room between her.
Ryan: It's not official yet. It's just available for
Greg: that would make sense if it's the 30, 60, 70, and 80, but when you sandwich Tia, you're like, Oh fuck. It's the 30, 70 X one. Yeah.
Tyler: exactly. It'll be fair. Even in like the thousand series, they released the 10 50, the 10 60, then the TBI, like a month or two later, then.
Ryan: they were very close together. Now, granted, the timing would make sense for the 30, 60.
A 30, 60 and a 30, 70, unless they're releasing an entire TEI series, which would be a first,
Greg: They're trying to get some things in there that can compete head to head with big Navy because Navy at its price point is awesome. Um, so I'm wondering if, if Nvidia is trying to get to that point too. Um, but we'll get more into that and how, how,
Ryan: stick around for the deep
Tyler: Hey Greg? Yeah,
Greg: Was really great. But you know, I started to get this little Twitch in my mind.
Tyler: should, we should, we should head back then head back to the stream later.
Hot diggity dam, Twitch streaming.
Ryan: Ah, you guys are so good at that
Tyler: What's your well, yeah. And what's your favorite hip hop? Nineties hip hop song or group. man? I was just going to go with run DMC then. Eh, anyway, uh, so Twitch is not, um,
Ryan: kinda in some shit right
Tyler: Yeah. So Twitch really just swept through a bunch of streamers. So
Ryan: real quick. If the people, the backstory on what DMC is, because I don't even remember. I just know that it's some sort of copyright
Greg: digital millennium, copyright act,
Tyler: Eh, um, basically it's copyright stuff. So if there's ever anything that somebody else owns you upload, if you ever acquired a movie or music illegally, you may have gotten an email saying it's a DMCA take down. Those are the people who request, um, copyright things be taken down. Um, so DMTA, or they were approached or Twitch was approached
Ryan: by DMC,
Tyler: Which I don't think DMC has a group. I think it's just the thing that
Ryan: you just say, Hey, this is a violation of DMC, a
Tyler: Um, and then they said, Hey, a bunch of your streamers have old videos of like our music in it. Those need to be taken down and to each one and just took a bunch of stuff down and not just took it down, but deleted
Greg: And with a, with a say, you know, uh, an email that said, by the way, you can't challenge this at all,
Tyler: all. And.
Ryan: came out after they had already done
Tyler: There was no
Ryan: There was no PR there's no heads up. No. Hey, if you don't have backups already go get them. It's Hey, this is gone.
Tyler: and even include it like, Hey, this is all gone. We're still reviewing some. So if you do have more, you should take them down. Here's how.
Greg: Which is fine. I mean, delete it and give, but give warning. And also don't like, now you're, you're punishing the streamers. Cause you should have done your job and gone through this stuff earlier. I mean, you're talking about stuff that's been on there for years. Right? That's now gone because now they're deciding to go through and be like, Oh yeah.
Okay, fine. All the old stuff.
Ryan: And people get the Twitch streamers, especially like not the ones that are nearly quite as big as the most popular, but people get affected by that because that counts for total view time on the Twitch channel. And there's certain metrics you have to hit to be monetized.
And if somebody was right there and you just ripped away a bunch of their videos, now they're going to climb that mountain again.
Tyler: It's wild because like the reasoning was they're like, well, people are going on. And these streamers are using, uh, licensed music.
They don't own to rake in money. And everyone's like, that's not a
Ryan: nobody's ever going to a Twitch stream to listen to the music being played in the background of whatever it is they're
Tyler: Right? Like maybe there are some music.
Ryan: of things for
Greg: Well, what they're saying is that this is a result of a real backlog of their violations, you know, gatherings. And so from now on, they're going to be more live in person warnings, but they had to go through and clear everything that had backed up first. Cause it was just like, they'd just let it, somebody just let it slip to the side.
And until the music industry said something, they were like, just keep it over there.
Ryan: I mean, to be fair, like I get it right from a business standpoint, if you're being hit with all these copyright things, it's like, fuck, we really have to do something about it because if we start, I'll just making it seem like this is okay, then you're going to get a lot of bad publicity, especially from the music industry.
And it's going to be a massive backlash about it. But that being said, it could have been handled way better. There could have been communication sent out to at least give people a heads up to maybe try and, and do a download of their current backlogs. Get everything saved that we used to,
Greg: Oh, maybe in line, you'll see a partnership between artists and streamers, where they do say this episode is brought to you by little Dickey and his new song, little Diggy.
Tyler: Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it it's a bummer cause I would love to see that, but I mean, I've, I've done streams where I've played music of people. I know where they've, that's their song. Like it's all that. And that's been pulled. So like granted it
Ryan: yeah. Music that you helped produce
Tyler: well, yeah, either not being produced record or whatever, like, like I recorded this 15 feet away.
Like this was born. It's still, the RA's are still on his hard drive that you just granted it didn't affect me at all. It was just a hobby thing, but like,
Ryan: it just goes to show you that is this there's nothing really specific. And it's just tends to be really blanket. Uh, if you have music, get rid of it. Um, and they don't actually check.
Greg: And I think these streaming services just need to let go of these Gonia and draconian, uh, laws and, you know, have some unity with their streamers in gaming, wait, Lego teams with unity to make a gaming making app. Whoa,
Ryan: what a fricking segue?
Tyler: Wow. Yeah. So yeah. Lego is teaming with unity to make a, a nice, just real easy way to make games effectively. Um, so we're well, speaking of DMCA, we'll just play this and get pulled down.
Ryan: Well, just don't play the music.
Tyler: that's fair. But basically you, so you can just use the blocks, you know, like building Lego and they all have things built into them.
It's kind of like Minecraft, just a lot, lot easier to grasp because you probably already know what Legos do. Um, so you can just effectively make games. Cause all these things have
Greg: I don't know if you can't grasp putting blocks together in Minecraft, you got a problem.
Tyler: Well, sometimes you don't know what they do. Cause I didn't know what like Redstone did. I didn't know what a whole
Ryan: be fair. Redstone's the most complicated thing ever because it's basically electricity, but still,
Greg: But so he reds the Redstone master race. Yeah.
Ryan: Oh, okay.
Tyler: Um, but basically, so with that,
Ryan: mean, that's pretty neat though.
Tyler: you can go through, make a game
Ryan: I imagine that like a Lego version of like Mario world builder effectively,
Tyler: kind of, except this is like more, more 3d. Yeah. You don't have to code anything. It's all already in. It's all already done. Um,
Ryan: stuff reacts. The physics are already pre-programmed.
Tyler: Yep. You'll get you get different packs. It's like, like getting Lego sets. So, um,
Greg: well, yeah. And it's also, you know, partly showing off the unity engine because they're trying to make, you know, get people to make the switch. So.
Tyler: to be fair, if this works well, I can see this being like
Ryan: super fucking cool, a
Tyler: big planet or something like that, because I think, I think it'd be really cool and hopefully people will be people stick to it. That'd be awesome.
Ryan: be very curious to see what people actually ended up doing with it.
Greg: Yeah. It would be nice to see a lot of these.
Ryan: creativity that you
Greg: Yeah. Cool. Cause you're getting kids into this early and in an industry that's only going to expand to become more popular. Um, gaming and design start young.
So if kids are getting into this stuff, then.
Ryan: expand that, that Holy crap, I can do anything That will really help out as, as they get older and get into the industry.
Tyler: to help design like environments stuff. You can just buy Legos and sit with your kids and
Ryan: Exactly. And be like, Hey, look at how cool this is.
Tyler: that in the game we're making,
Greg: You would take a, you would essentially take your, your Lego life and your gaming life and pull them together to really make them sync. And it would be smart to watch out for that. Uh, wait, Garmin smartwatch sings with livestreams.
Tyler: So, yeah, so Garmin, I don't know if I love or hate this. Um, Garmin has their new smartwatch, their instinct e-sports edition. So it'll grab your, it'll grab your pulse. It'll grab all sorts different things, your stress levels, and you can actually stream them directly to an overlay on like Twitch.
Ryan: See, now that first off, it's just, that's just kind of
Greg: I would love to, I would love to just sit with like a doctor will watching that, like watching an East stream and like the guy like wins and he looks over at a girl and the doctor just goes, Oh wow.
He is a roused.
Ryan: would be great. Holy crap.
Greg: You can weed out the, like the psychopaths in Twitch because every time they kill someone, just kid pops up boner and you're just like, Oh,
Ryan: Oh, no.
Tyler: so it's not like it doesn't have like an EKG on the whole thing. It
Greg: no, but you can look at a heart rate and stress levels and battery combine them and just find out when you're horny.
Tyler: has your body battery so people can know when you need a rest. I can just see all these streamers on there with a zero, just I can
Greg: No. Cause every time,
Ryan: with their eyes closed.
Greg: time they chug a red bull, they're just, you just see the batter go and they're ready to go. That's
Tyler: Um, I'm just waiting for
Ryan: would, it would
Greg: Now, this is cool as an application outside of this, because I could see it like we're sports. You know, if you can monitor all your athletes stuff, especially like for kids who can't speak to, like, you know how they're feeling, you can have it all on a board and just be like, okay, Timmy is about to pass the fuck out, go get him.
Ryan: basic some basic diagnostics. I say diagnostics, like you're a machine, but you get my point where it's just, yeah. Basic vital. That's the word I was looking for basic vitals for, especially for, for people who really have a hard time communicating or for the sports industry.
Greg: for kids, there's just a button. It's like an icon for fear. It's like the kid out in the goalposts with a soccer ball. You just, he's just, okay. He's afraid. He's fine. His heart rate's high, but
Ryan: No, he's good, but he is going to shit. His pants.
Tyler: real stressed. What'd he do? When he got a juice box? I can just see that. Jesus. Why is Timmy's heart rate? A hundred night who put the watch on a squirrel?
Greg: like the e-sports gamer just leaves his desk goes to the bathroom and all sudden his heart rate just shoots up. Cause he's jerking off in the bathroom.
Greg: Like this is dangerous.
Ryan: people are going to get in trouble with
Tyler: So I do want to point out what a cool use of in actual in gaming. I would love to see,
Ryan: like a horror game, implement that
Ryan: as you get more stressed, shit starts to pop out faster.
Tyler: If we ever need another eternal darkness game,
Ryan: we don't. We don't
Tyler: As you get more scared as your heart rate goes up at freaks with you more.
Ryan: God that'd be. So that would
Tyler: And if you hit a threshold, just puts you in a room with a Teddy bear, like just
Ryan: like a, Hey, Hey, I know you just put you through some shit. You got 10 minutes decompress. You're going right back.
Greg: or it's like Stardew Valley where it's just like monitoring your body battery. If you get too tired, wherever you are, you
Ryan: you just pass out
Greg: out. And it just like injects. You it's like sleep, please.
Greg: You wake up on a farm,
Tyler: Right. Mayor Lewis
Ryan: somebody robbed you and mayor Lewis is walking you into your room.
Tyler: so no, no, no, no. We got beer.
Ryan: just so much fucking beer, all of it. We got rid of it all.
Greg: Yeah. I mean, that's, I mean, something like that is smart and can really change the fabric of e-sports gaming. Uh, and it's, it's a lot of food for thought that I'm going to put out here on the table of discussion, but did you know that there was a smart fabric that can recognize the food you put on the table?
Ryan: Greg, I'm going to ask you to really dial back on these fucking segues here,
Tyler: I want you to ramp it up. I want us to the next level of this,
Ryan: Tell me about the Kappa sativa thing, whatever the hell it's
Tyler: think you've kind of nailed it. Actually.
Ryan: feel like I did.
Tyler: I've never heard it said
Ryan: how it looks like it should be
Yup. So it's a smart fabric system that Tyler's going to
Tyler: All right. I was going to take a drink of water, but so basically it, it is just, it's a smart fabric.
It can detect objects, wait, um, or whatever it may be and understand either what you're eating, what you've put on there. Um, if you can put it on like a table, say if you put your keys on it and you can have the thing go, Hey, you left without your keys. Cause I could feel them still here. Um, they they'll work with like glasses, glasses and bowl.
I believe it doesn't do anything metal right now. Um,
Tyler: it's, it's still in its early phases.
Greg: Yeah. But what an amazing partner girlfriend, boyfriend. For the always home, because when you're not home, the always home and the caplets captain sativa can just hang out and talk together. Don't forget your keys on. Never forget you
Tyler: I, you know, personally, I would love it. Like, all right. If the catches have on the counter, Get them always home
Greg: or you can customize it to like different voices.
Like you can with a wave, like at Samuel L. Jackson, like don't forget your keys, motherfucker.
Tyler: I don't know.
Tyler: I'm not saying I don't. motherfucker. Like that's Sam, Sammy
Ryan: you nailed exactly what he says. You say Sammy
Tyler: yeah, we're tight. Um, but I still, I don't think that tablecloth talks, not under normal
Ryan: can we fix it to
Greg: I'm sure it could eventually, but I'm assuming it just will tie to an app that will give you alerts and shit
Ryan: Be like, Hey, your shit's about to go moldy. Cause it's been sitting here for four days.
Tyler: But so it, yeah, it has to have enough, enough of a footprint for it to like basically make electronic connections for it to work. So like credit cards don't work super well. Um, certain drinks, apparently you can't tell, like if your tablecloth hasn't like an I yeah, your tablecloth. Yeah.
Greg: wipes, a credit card.
Tyler: This is like, what did I just buy
Ryan: Oh, dang
Greg: Identity stolen. Oops.
Ryan: Oops. We have a pen.
Tyler: so you're not going to see this anytime soon, but they made it, it exists. It's a thing.
Ryan: I mean, it's pretty neat. It's a, it's a cool concept. I just don't think it's entirely fleshed out yet. No pun intended, but
Greg: So that's a, that's our headlines for the week now. We're moving on to the weirdness.
Um, well, sometimes it's weird. Sometimes it's, it's normal, but it's in our weird news of the week. Uh, we go in order of who put them in and Tyler's always first because we're lazy Fox. And, uh, so tell us what your weird news.
Tyler: even weird news, but it's mostly, well, it's weird because like I no, no, God, no, no, it's a, so Quimbee is gone.
Greg: wait a minute. the thing the app would like the 10 minute TV shows? Is that what the quippy was?
Tyler: this is why it's not weird. It's everyone's like, Oh, it wasn't dead yet. Huh?
Greg: know of
Ryan: don't even remember it.
Tyler: Quimbee its claim to fame.
Was there going to be a video streaming service for mobile only? And the idea was you could hold the phone vertically and if you moved it landscape the way it was shot, you basically still keeping the orientation of the show and you'd still be able to watch everything perfectly fine. So the idea was to develop content specifically to work on the go.
We're seeing the problem with that. Now
Ryan: nobody's leaving.
Tyler: was on the go and then it took, cause everyone's like, Hey, these shows are not bad, but I'm not sitting in my house and watching them on my phone. Can I cast them?
Ryan: They're like, nah, it's meant for mobile only.
Tyler: I download it on my TV? Like, no.
Ryan: no, you can't. No. You want to watch it on anything besides your phone now?
Greg: It's um, it was just poor timing. Um, but I do love the last line of the article, which is, uh, it is without question, if it's shutting down one of the most spectacular tech failures in recent memory.
Greg: Ooh boy.
Tyler: much money behind
Greg: And a lot of content and a lot of stuff that looked good.
It was just poor timing.
Ryan: The, the environment we're in right now just makes this and highly obsolete
Greg: not weird. That's just sad.
Tyler: I think. Yeah, you're right. It's not weird. It's the weird part is that it wasn't already dead.
Ryan: given the current environment.
Greg: of death,
Ryan: Oh no,
Greg: I will, I would like to go on to our next weird
Ryan: Yeah. Let's let's do it
Tyler: tell how excited you are because that segue sucks.
Greg: I just put Delta airlines is what making death
Greg: creating death.
Ryan: and all caps was death. Yeah.
Greg: Um, so at S uh, CES this year, uh, Delta was releasing a lot of new stuff that they want to put into the airline industry. And a lot of it is, you know, a lot of re a lot of this stuff is really just conceptual. Um, as we saw with the Sharman toilet robot last
Ryan: more gimmicky
Greg: Yeah. And so they're doing, they're trying to upgrade stuff in airports. They're trying to upgrade stuff in terms of experiences online, like virtual reality and stuff that can make flights easier. Um, and the most, the scariest thing though, is they are developing the guardian XO, which is an exoskeleton and what it shows the picture of it is a gentleman lifting.
It's a it's attached to his arm and on a pack lifting a 50 pound travel. which would allow people to, um, you know, allow workers to lift those heavier loads and not have much strain in their body, which I think is really cool. The problem with the XO is that it is terrifying in the wrong hands, because if that can lift 50 pounds easily, What, if you could end up developing one that could lift 200 and you get one of these and you just take someone and lift them up and toss them.
I mean, you're talking about like super-villain levels shit here from Delta airlines, which does put some proof to the John Malaney, you know, and life is a fucking nightmare.
Tyler: hold on.
Tyler: Can we appreciate this American gladiator in the back here? What is
Greg: She's ready to wreck your luggage, but yeah, go to the left and off
Ryan: go to the left. It says it can already lift up to 200 pounds. Or more heavy tires from place to place. I don't know why they're talking about tires.
Greg: then you can throw them at people
Ryan: Oh, whole tires will you'd be
Tyler: I do like how Delta went or you can move every tires. Sure.
Greg: Well, I'm assuming that this is for when they're changing the tires on planes and that this is all targeted towards the airplane population until someone cause I'm pretty sure that red area has a Russian logo on it. I'm just kidding it. Doesn't um, is that a swastika? Um, so I'm cutting that.
So this is really horrifying because in the wrong hands, exoskeleton technology. Is deadly. However, I do look forward to UFC in the future.
Ryan: Oh my God. Rock 'em sock. 'em
Greg: UFC, XO with exoskeletons
Tyler: steel is going to turn into a documentary.
Ryan: Oh my God.
Greg: That would be awesome because basically you just have it where you have color coded portions on your body.
That if you break all of them, you win. And so you're going for those spots with your exoskeleton. So you don't hurt somebody, um, already invented the sport. So
Tyler: let us know. But yeah,
Greg: I'm going to be Daniel Black. Cause I was Gandalf the gray and now I'm Dana the white,
Tyler: Why does this luggage have like a self-destruct button on it,
Ryan: That's a bomb
Greg: When you want to get rid of your luggage bomb, you just use your exoskeleton and Hurley.
Yeah. That's if that's, if the luggage worker is loading stuff into the plan in here and he can just go fling and just whip it across
Tyler: Just, just, just knocked down the seven 37. That's
Ryan: just clip that front wheel right
Greg: But think of the lives we saved, David,
Greg: is she wearing a shirt? Is that a lacrosse
Tyler: I don't, I don't. Why is she all sorts of equipment up?
Greg: Oh my God. I can play baseball.
Ryan: she's wearing the whole suit that other guy just has the arm on.
Tyler: There's a whole suit.
Greg: shirt. She's like, he's like, he's like, I'm holding the whole weight of this case and she's like, I'm holding the weight of the world.
Ryan: I'm the only thing, keeping everything together right now.
Tyler: you're holding that away. I'm holding your face,
Greg: what a cold reception, but speaking of keeping things cold, Ryan, tell us a little bit about your weird news.
Ryan: So let's take a quick sidetrack here. Everybody is familiar with the new next gen console from Xbox
Greg: it is called the Xbox
Ryan: Xbox series X. Um, are you familiar with what it looks
Greg: I believe it is a tall rectangle,
Ryan: It is, uh, it's been likened to a refrigerator of sorts because it is tall and rectangle.
Just like what you said, Greg. Well, Microsoft has listened to their fans on numerous things and they listened on this one. They have created a Xbox series X refrigerator. Now the great thing about this is it is a very real product and it is a raffle prize. You can win the Xbox series X with an expert series X console,
Greg: only a billion dollar company would laugh at themselves by making a fridge that people
Ryan: the best part
Greg: and capitalize it.
Ryan: The estimated value is about the same cost as what the
Ryan: Yeah. It's not even outlandishly
Greg: nuts, which now I don't know which, which
Ryan: what does that say about the console or the refrigerator? I feel like the refrigerator's going to be shit, but anyways
Greg: is cool. The fact that all I had to do was take a black fridge and put a glowing X-Box symbol in the corner.
Ryan: put the disc drive slot
Tyler: And what if, what if I told you the inside was also green?
Ryan: I haven't seen the picture of the inside.
Greg: I want to see the video. Oh,
Ryan: It's so green.
Greg: Oh my
Ryan: Oh, that's fucking
Greg: and here's a picture of an Xbox in the fridge. Xbox section.
Ryan: it's delightful, but it is a raffle. So the, what they were saying is, uh, you pre-order the game or the console, and I believe you get entered into win or to enter to win. You gotta be 18 years old. You have to follow the Twitter account, follow X-Box on all social media platforms and retweet the promotion.
And you can enter once per person.
Greg: I would like to note, is that the sample food, I have this exact section up, it looks like it's just.
20 monsters. And then if you zoom in, there are small pastries and cheesecake bites and leftovers from a diner and then small donuts with what looks like congealed, uh, at about second 33, are you in the video? Okay. Of the promo video, it looks like congealed Thai, peanut noodles. So I'm not sure, uh, Oh, and milk, right.
Ryan: Oh, yeah, you are not wrong. I'm looking at that right now. Good God also, I was wrong. You do not need to pre-order the Xbox. You just have to retweet this.
Tyler: I'm realizing that that's not a great fridge.
Ryan: no, it's not for $500.
Greg: Why is it not a great fridge? You've got a CRISPR in there. That's amazing.
Ryan: He's right. Crispers are pretty legendary.
Tyler: also no freezer on it.
Ryan: He's right. There is no freezer.
Greg: Gamers don't need freezers.
Ryan: just need to keep my monsters
Greg: exactly. A hundred percent. Just keep my monsters cold
Ryan: That's it.
Tyler: Oh, well fuck me.
Ryan: the rest of this food in here is all fake. Anyways,
Greg: in Chinese food leftovers are all that need to go
Ryan: And my actual series X, it needs to stay cold. So it runs better.
Tyler: They put your PS five in there.
Ryan: That's blasphemy, sacrilege.
Greg: is just a sensor that just vaporizes it. When it gets in there,
Ryan: She just turns the
Tyler: turns into congeal, peanut noodles. That's why that was in there
Ryan: Oh my God.
Greg: This is a warning.
Tyler: next time. It will not be. So
Greg: All right. So that's our weird news of the week.
Tyler: if it is
Greg: All right. And so now we're onto, uh, the last portion of our episode, which is.
All right. So the stocks this week, again, are going to be pretty cautionary going forward. Uh, took a big dive today. Big, big goal, dumpster fire today, mainly because of the coronavirus concerns and, um, you know, uh, the threat of no stimulus package coming. Okay. But I generally, around this time always pull my money out around an election.
Um, and so this news coupled by an election, you know, uh, so the coronavirus concerns, the stimulus concerns, the election concerns. I think if Biden wins, you're going to see stocks go up, uh, generally, because there might be hope of a Corona virus stimulus. I think if Trump wins, you're going to see the stock markets go up because the markets have always favored him.
You know, as, as a, as a, as an economic guy. Um, but I'm waiting, so everything is out and, uh, today was a blood bath. So rip to my portfolio. Yep. Cool. All right. So that was our episode for this week. That was nanner news. This is our fourth week on nano news folks. So if you would, uh, if you like us, please subscribe, go to who wants bananas.com?
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