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Waveform Podcast
22 Mar 202495:03

Summary

TLDRIn this episode of the Waveform podcast, the hosts discuss a variety of tech news topics, including Mr. Beast's new Amazon Prime TV series, the Apex Legends hacking scandal, and the latest Pixel 8A leaks. They also share personal wish lists for product improvements, such as a lighter AirPods Max with USB-C charging and a MacBook Pro with Face ID. The episode concludes with fun game suggestions and a discussion on the future of Apple's fitness features and the potential of Chrome OS for Samsung devices.

Takeaways

  • ๐ŸŽค The podcast hosts are Marquez, Andrew, and David, discussing various tech topics.
  • ๐Ÿ“บ Mr. Beast is launching a game show on Amazon Prime with a record-breaking $5 million cash prize.
  • ๐Ÿ† Marquez has made the USA Ultimate Frisbee team for the World Championships.
  • ๐ŸŒ There's a discussion about the ozone layer, mentioning it's not closed but is on track to close by 2045.
  • ๐Ÿ’ป A major Apex Legends tournament was disrupted by hacking scandals, causing postponement.
  • ๐Ÿ“ฑ There are speculations about the upcoming Google Pixel 8A, expecting significant upgrades from the previous model.
  • ๐Ÿ”‹ Adam expresses his wish for a lighter pair of AirPods Max with USB-C charging and a power button.
  • ๐Ÿš€ Marquez humorously suggests a Dyson vacuum cleaner with a longer pole for taller users.
  • ๐Ÿ–ฅ๏ธ David wishes for the next Samsung foldable phone to have a more ergonomic design and include a pen.
  • ๐Ÿ”Œ There's a suggestion to improve the Apple Watch charging system by switching to MagSafe.

Q & A

  • What is the name of the podcast mentioned in the transcript?

    -The name of the podcast mentioned in the transcript is 'the waveform podcast'.

  • Which company is Mr. Beast starting a show on?

    -Mr. Beast is starting a show on Amazon Prime.

  • What was the correction made from the previous episode regarding the ozone layer?

    -The correction made from the previous episode is that the ozone layer's hole is not closed, but they are working on closing it and it should be closed by approximately 2045.

  • What is the significance of Marquez making the USA Ultimate Frisbee Worlds team?

    -The significance is that Marquez has been selected to represent the United States in an international competition where every country puts together a team to represent their nation.

  • What is the difference between the Amazon Prime TV series by Mr. Beast and traditional game shows?

    -The difference is that Mr. Beast's Amazon Prime TV series is expected to have the biggest single cash prize in the history of TV and streaming, and it is believed to be a blend between YouTube style media and traditional media, with a potentially longer format than a typical YouTube video.

  • What was the humorous incident related to the Ultimate Frisbee community and Marquez's YouTube presence?

    -The humorous incident was an article by Ultiworld stating that the biggest Frisbee YouTuber isn't who you think it is, comparing Marquez's channel, which is more about tech than Ultimate, to another popular Frisbee YouTuber named Brody Smith.

  • What is the name of the game show that Mr. Beast is launching on Amazon Prime?

    -The name of the game show is not explicitly mentioned in the transcript, but it is described as being the biggest game show in the world with the biggest single cash prize of $5 million.

  • What is the proposed date for the USA Ultimate Frisbee Worlds team to compete?

    -The proposed date for the competition is in September, specifically the first week of September.

  • What is the name of the app that the hosts discuss in relation to Apple's products?

    -The name of the app is not mentioned in the transcript. The discussion was about using a Google product in the iPhone and potentially reviewing it in Australia.

  • What is the name of the game that the hosts end the podcast with?

    -The name of the game is 'Wish List'.

Outlines

00:00

๐ŸŽค Podcast Introduction and SpongeBob Breaking News

The hosts introduce themselves and discuss various topics, including Mr. Beast's new show on Amazon Prime, Apex Legends hacking scandal, iPhone's use of Google products, and the correction about the ozone layer from a previous episode. They also mention Marquez's achievement in making the USA Ultimate Frisbee team and the upcoming competition in Australia.

05:01

๐Ÿ† Marquez's Ultimate Frisbee Journey and YouTube Comparisons

Marquez shares his experience of being invited to try out for Team USA after initially missing the cut. He discusses the selection process and how he ended up being part of the team. The conversation also touches on Marquez's popularity on YouTube, comparisons with other ultimate frisbee players, and the unique aspects of his YouTube channel.

10:02

๐Ÿ’ฐ Mr. Beast's Amazon Prime Show and Traditional vs. YouTube Media

The hosts delve into the details of Mr. Beast's upcoming game show on Amazon Prime, which promises to have the largest single cash prize in TV history. They debate whether the show represents a shift towards traditional media from YouTube content creation, and how this move could impact the future of content consumption and the role of streaming platforms.

15:06

๐Ÿ“บ The Future of Streaming Services and Amazon Prime

The discussion continues with the hosts sharing their thoughts on the evolution of streaming services, the addition of ads to Amazon Prime Video, and the potential impact on viewership. They also compare Amazon Prime with YouTube Premium and Spotify, discussing the benefits and drawbacks of each platform.

20:08

๐Ÿ•น๏ธ Apex Legends Hacking Scandal and Esports Integrity

The hosts talk about a recent hacking scandal during the North American finals of Apex Legends, where multiple players experienced sudden hacking incidents mid-game. They discuss the potential causes and implications of such security breaches in esports, and compare it to cheating in traditional sports.

25:09

๐ŸŽถ Music and Sports in Video Games, and the Return of Bass Hunter

The conversation shifts to the use of music in video games, with a particular focus on the song 'Bass Hunter' and its connection to the game DOTA. The hosts reminisce about the impact of the song and its music video, and discuss the cultural phenomenon of gaming and music.

30:12

๐Ÿ“ฑ Pixel 8A Leaks and Apple's Product Strategy

The hosts discuss the leaks and rumors surrounding the upcoming Pixel 8A, comparing its expected features with the previous models. They also touch on Apple's product strategy, particularly the use of Gemini for future iPhone AI features and the potential implications for Siri and Apple's overall approach to AI.

35:13

๐Ÿค– AI Development and the Future of Siri

The conversation focuses on AI development, with the hosts speculating on Apple's strategy in AI and the potential improvements for Siri. They discuss the possibility of Apple outsourcing AI technology and the challenges of maintaining user privacy while developing advanced AI features.

40:14

๐Ÿ’ผ Apple's Product Updates and the iPhone Mini

The hosts talk about Apple's product updates, specifically the iPhone Mini and its compatibility with Apple Sports app. They discuss the user experience issues on the smaller device and the need for better optimization for different screen sizes.

45:15

๐Ÿ–ฑ๏ธ Improvements for Tech Products

The hosts share their wish lists for improvements in various tech products, including the MX Master mouse, Google Docs and Keep, and the Ember mug. They discuss the potential for better design and functionality in these products.

50:16

๐Ÿš— Kia EV6 GT, Cybertruck, and Galaxy S24

The hosts continue their discussion on wish lists, this time focusing on vehicles and smartphones. They discuss the Kia EV6 GT, the Tesla Cybertruck's rearview mirror issue, and the potential for a smaller Galaxy S24.

55:16

๐ŸŽง AirPods Max, MacBook Pro, and Apple Watch

The hosts conclude their wish list segment with suggestions for the AirPods Max, MacBook Pro, and Apple Watch. They discuss the need for lighter headphones, Face ID on Macs, and group fitness competitions on the Apple Watch.

00:16

๐Ÿงน Dyson Vacuums and Samsung Products

The hosts share their thoughts on the Dyson vacuum and the need for a taller pole. They also discuss the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the desire for a Chrome OS experience when connected to an external display.

05:17

๐Ÿ”‹ Charging Solutions and USB-C

The hosts discuss the need for a unified charging system for Apple devices, specifically the desire for a mag-safe charging solution for the Apple Watch. They also express their wish for a universal USB-C charging standard for all devices.

10:18

๐ŸŽถ Trivia and Podcast Wrap-Up

The hosts conclude the podcast with a trivia question about Bose's ownership and the engine behind Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers. They also discuss the future of the podcast and thank the listeners for their participation.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กWaveform Podcast

The Waveform Podcast is the main subject of the transcript, where the hosts discuss various tech-related topics. It is a platform for the exchange of ideas and information about recent developments in the tech world.

๐Ÿ’กMr Beast

Mr Beast is a popular YouTuber who is known for his philanthropic stunts and large-scale challenges. In the context of the podcast, his launching an Amazon Prime TV series is a significant event, marking his expansion into traditional media.

๐Ÿ’กAmazon Prime

Amazon Prime is a subscription service that offers streaming of movies and TV shows, as well as other services like music streaming and free shipping on Amazon purchases. In the podcast, it is discussed as the platform for Mr Beast's new TV series, indicating its growing role in the media industry.

๐Ÿ’กApex Legends

Apex Legends is a popular battle royale-style video game. The mention of an Apex Legends hacking scandal in the podcast highlights the issue of cheating in online gaming and the challenges faced by game developers in maintaining fair play.

๐Ÿ’กHacking

Hacking in the context of the podcast refers to the unauthorized manipulation of software or systems, often for personal gain or to disrupt services. The Apex Legends hacking scandal is an example of how hacking can impact the integrity of competitive gaming.

๐Ÿ’กUltimate Frisbee

Ultimate Frisbee is a non-contact team sport played with a flying disc. Marquez, one of the podcast hosts, is a professional ultimate frisbee player who has made the USA World Team, indicating his high level of skill and achievement in the sport.

๐Ÿ’กStreaming Services

Streaming services are platforms that provide content, such as movies and TV shows, over the internet for users to watch on-demand. The podcast discusses the competition among streaming services and the strategies they use to attract and retain subscribers.

๐Ÿ’กYouTube

YouTube is a video-sharing platform where users can upload, view, rate, share, and comment on videos. In the podcast, YouTube is mentioned in the context of YouTubers like Mr Beast expanding into traditional media, as well as the platform's influence on the entertainment industry.

๐Ÿ’กTech News

Tech news refers to the latest information and updates about developments in the technology sector. The podcast is a source of tech news, with the hosts discussing various topics related to technology and its impact on society.

๐Ÿ’กGame Shows

Game shows are a type of television programming where contestants participate in competitive events, often with the chance to win prizes. The podcast discusses the creation of a new game show by Mr Beast, which is significant due to its record-breaking cash prize.

๐Ÿ’กCompetitions

Competitions are contests or events where participants strive to win based on skill, knowledge, or chance. In the podcast, competitions are discussed in the context of both the Apex Legends hacking scandal and the upcoming Mr Beast game show.

Highlights

The podcast hosts discuss a range of tech-related topics, including Mr. Beast's new show on Amazon Prime, Apex Legends hacking scandal, and iPhone's use of Google products.

Mr. Beast's show is touted as the biggest game show with the largest single cash prize of $5 million, challenging traditional TV and streaming norms.

The hosts share a correction from a previous episode about the ozone layer, noting it is not closed but efforts are being made to close it by 2045.

Marquez's achievement of making the USA Ultimate Frisbee team for the World Championships is celebrated, highlighting the growth of the sport.

The discussion touches on the potential impact of Mr. Beast's show on Amazon Prime's subscription numbers, drawing parallels with Spotify's deal with Joe Rogan.

The hosts share their thoughts on the future of traditional media versus YouTube-style content, predicting a shift towards the latter.

The podcast delves into the recent Apex Legends hacking scandal, where players were randomly hacking during the North American finals.

The hosts discuss the unique challenges of Esports, such as security breaches, and compare them with traditional sports.

Pixel 8A leaks suggest significant upgrades, including a tensor G3 chip and potential 120 Hz display, indicating a shift in Google's smartphone strategy.

The conversation includes a discussion on the death of small phones and the user experience on larger devices, reflecting on design trends in the smartphone market.

The hosts express their wish lists for various products, such as a lighter AirPods Max with USB-C charging and a MacBook Pro with Face ID.

The podcast wraps up with a fun game that Adam calls 'wish list,' where each host shares their desired tech improvements or new features.

The hosts briefly discuss the Embraer Phenom 300, a light jet, and its relevance to the discussion on tech and innovation.

The conversation touches on the potential for Apple Watch to include group fitness competitions, reflecting on the device's evolving fitness features.

The hosts share their thoughts on the future of AI and its integration into everyday products and services, from Siri to Google's Gemini.

Transcripts

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they suck or do it what they're terrible

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they are why are you booing me I'm

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right okay we have to be okay start over

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Okay professionals professionals all

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right wait can we do a breaking new

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SpongeBob fish is that breaking new I

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feel like that would be that' be fun you

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have to say it like the fish that

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sideways

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[Laughter]

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and it's hard to do I say let's be

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professional Marquez goes wait can we do

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a breaking news

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Bunch that's professional he's got like

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a I'm sure he's got a suit on or

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something all right what is up people of

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the internet welcome back to another

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episode of the waveform podcast where

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your hosts I'm Marquez I'm Andrew and

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I'm David and this week we've got let's

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see Mr Beast starting a show on Amazon

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Prime I have some thoughts on that

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that's kind of interesting idea that's

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happening uh huge Apex Legends hacking

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Scandal pixel 8A leaks and apple POS

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using a Google product in the iPhone and

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we're going to end with a fun game that

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I triggered my Google when I said that

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we're going to end with a fun game that

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Adam is calling wish list it's really

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good you're not going to want to miss it

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oh and also we have a correction from

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last

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week I just saw that uh last week last

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week we were con someone convinced me

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that the ozone layer was close the hole

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was it way we're working CL it seems

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like there's not even one hole like

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there's several holes and they're all in

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varying degree we we really got like

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every single part of the ozone layer not

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every most of them not every single the

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correction is the hole is not closed

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yeah please stop using aerosols if you

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if you heard that last episode and went

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outside with spray cans I started

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spraying them all over the place that

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was probably not the move so but we are

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we're are we are working on closing it

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and approximately by 2045 based on our

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sources it should be

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closed keep working

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everyone more than that statement that

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was just based on information we found

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I'm just I'm staying out of the whole

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ozone debate we're working towards it

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there's a hole trying we don't want to

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possibly holes my favorite thing is that

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we use that and I put that as like the

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intro for the clip last month and

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immediately the comments were all you

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lovely people informing us apologize

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which was great I love that yall have

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our back like that I don't mean to

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misinform

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so information other news now know yeah

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congrats to Marquez for making the

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ultimate frisbee USA worlds

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team wa so is that the actual Olympics

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team so there's no Olympics team this is

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like a this is a young sport that wishes

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they we were in the Olympics they have

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skateboarding wtim fris I we have break

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dancing we have what we have all kind

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hey let's not on other sports yeah I

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don't want to start that honestly I'd

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rather on Ultimate for and ultimate

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ultimate has been like a final tender

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with the Olympic Committee for the past

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two or three Olympics now very confusing

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aspect of that there's many committees

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yes to to put it simply this is the team

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the teams that the United States is

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putting together to represent the

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country in an international competition

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where every other country also puts

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together a team to represent their

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country and then we all go to Australia

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in in September and try to beat every

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other team whoa whoa wo September

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September no Marquez brutal wait what

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nothing Tech happens in September I

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didn't know that part yeah it's the

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first week of September um hopefully

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nothing Apple if you're listening right

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now people say that I sound enough like

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you that we could probably have me can

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we deep fake me do the reviews and just

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deep fake you actually you know the

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iPhone comes out first in Australia yeah

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that's true maybe we just stay there

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this is really funny I was looking for a

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reason to go to Australia many many

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times a long time ago and at one point

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the team crispy crew which was like me

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judner Austin John and Lou all thought

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it would be probably kind of a cool idea

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to go to the earliest possible time zone

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Apple Store in the world and be the

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first ones to unbox a retail iPhone

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which I think would have been like one

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of the coasts of Australia would have

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been the first one and so we almost

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started to plan that and then said never

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mind then realize everything there can

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kill you well and also now embargos

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exists

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other plans are made but you know I've

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never been to Australia I'm looking

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forward to it and the team is really

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sick is it your Sydney that you're going

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to do you know it's Gold Coast oh yeah

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is that on the Eastern side let me just

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Google that real quick gold well since

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we have definitely talked about Marquez

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playing for USA teams you played for and

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world games you've played USA Beach

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worlds where you represented USA for

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beach tournament and you played

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something called WG correct which is the

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world games w

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that is the world games and you

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represented a US team but it's based on

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the club team that won the US

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Championship so it's this is actual just

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picking people from the US and creating

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a team yeah this one had a specific try

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out process and then a selection

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committee to select the Team USA teams

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how do you try out do they just watch

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you play and they're like that guy has

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some nice vertical hide yeah you you

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have to get invited to a tryy out okay

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so there's 200 invite

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um and it's a long story because I

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initially was not invited to try out and

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then I was a late added invite when

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other people couldn't make it weight

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listed yeah so Mar I got weight listed

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for college but then they didn't

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actually end up selecting me after I got

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we listed yeah do you guys not get

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Marquez brownley frisbee highlight

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compilation shorts on your YouTube feed

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I get a lot of them I don't I've

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probably seen all of them already I get

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them sometimes but it's usually from the

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ADL and they're just they make them for

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all the players I get them for like all

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sorts of things and they always have the

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same caption that kind of rubs me the

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wrong way no offense Marquez but it's

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always like Marquez brownley better at

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frisbee than YouTube and I'm like yeah

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watch it it's my boss you're talking

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about here you also don't have to

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compare them like that they're very

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different things yeah they're extremely

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different my favorite actually couldn't

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be any further ofart than marquez's

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vertical height does not matter when

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he's on camera there was a very funny

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arttic there's a an ultimate frisbee

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like blog website called ulti world and

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I remember back when we played with each

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other on Hammerhead so like 2013 there

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was at the same time a very good

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ultimate player who started a YouTube

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channel based on Ultimate and like

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amassed a pretty solid following his

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name was Brody Smith and then ultiworld

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made an article that's like the biggest

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frisbee YouTuber isn't who you think it

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is and then it was about Marquez talking

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about nothing about ultimate but Tech

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but how much bigger he was than Brody

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back then was very weird article a

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very read that like yeah I guess

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Honestly though fire title it that's I'm

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clicking that I want to read the biggest

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ultimate YouTuber isn't who I think it

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is because I don't think anything about

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that I have no idea I I've never had

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that fun well if you're if you're

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reading ultiworld decom you're probably

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thinking if you're in that specific

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audience yeah no that'll be hopefully uh

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not too crazy of a Time speaking of um

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being a beast on the field here we go

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Segway I was trying to do the segue

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you're trying to what do the segue to

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the first I'm interested where this is

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going though cuz I'm confused Mr Beast

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oh that was I'm an idiot pretty good I

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thought it was pretty good I thought

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that was

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smart uh apparently is launching an

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Amazon Prime TV series that is supposed

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to be the biggest game show in the world

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biggest single cash prize I think okay

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from any in the history of TV and

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streaming I guess it's one of those

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things where you say biggest in the

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world you don't know what you're compar

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big biggest you like a LeBron stat they

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were trying to just have the biggest

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cash prize the biggest single cash priz

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which is I think $5 million right M

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pretty sick which I'm surprised that

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that's the biggest cash prize me too

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kind of I thought it would be bigger it

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is weird that they say single cash prize

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so Wants To Be A Millionaire so what is

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like $1 million today or $5 million

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today is probably about $1 million when

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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire came out

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like adjusted for inflation do you

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remember the first guy who ever won Who

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Wants To Be A Millionaire he went

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through the entire thing and didn't use

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a single Lifeline until the last

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question where he used phone a friend

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called his dad and said I'm going to win

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a million dollars and then won the

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million dollar it was the most baller

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move in like game show history wait uh I

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have up here uh James huser holh Hower

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the Jeopardy Legend won $4.5 million but

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that's not a single cash prize cuz it

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was over the course of is insane wind

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yeah that guy is insane that does make

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sense yeah um anyway yeah it's it's

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going to be very interesting it's it's

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kind of crazy to see a YouTuber moving

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onto traditional media now and it's kind

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of weird to think about that because in

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my opinion I think traditional media

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needs to move more towards YouTube style

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media and not the other way around so

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that's an interesting way of phrasing it

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cuz I think and I started to watch the

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Colin and Samir interview that they just

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did with him in which he starts to talk

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about this a little bit I didn't finish

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yet so I will say that but go watch that

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but I think he might not consider it

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traditional media quite all the way on

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the other side of the spectrum obviously

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YouTube we know what that is and we know

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what Jimmy does on YouTube and then

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there's traditional media which is like

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movies films TV and then somewhere in

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the middle there's like web shows and I

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think what they're giving Jimmy the

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opportunity to do is unlimited budget

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crazy eest possible Concepts and takes

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the restrictions of this has to fit in a

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YouTube title and thumbnail off of it so

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you can do even crazier things that

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don't necessarily have to perform for a

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title and thumbnail and yeah Beast games

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sounds really cool I just think that's

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it's kind of somewhere in the middle of

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not quite YouTube not quite traditional

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but still works with I feel like I would

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almost argue it's more towards

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traditional I know it's like streaming

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but I I think we're at the point now

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where traditional media is on streaming

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and like Prime is certainly trying to be

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more like that but I just think they're

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actually picking a good basis of the

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show that is closer to what he normally

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does so it doesn't feel that out of the

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blue like we've seen YouTubers go to

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traditional media it was who started a

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talk show there's been tons of there was

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you're probably thinking of ly saying L

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yeah a talk show and I like that didn't

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do quite as well I mean I'm sure it's

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still did fine but we don't hear about

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it quite as much anymore this is like

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completely taking what Mr Beast does

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which is like pit people against each

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other for a ton of money and it makes

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sense as a game show and it fits well in

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this category but I think Prime would

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not be happy if you you called them a

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web show they definitely want to be

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considered closer to Legacy Media and

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like watching on your TV on the prime

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app or something like that I think this

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was uh I don't care if you make Amazon M

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but just saying I think uh format wise

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this was like several hours per

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competition

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instead of one like a Mr Beast video

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might be 15 minutes long and it's over

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and the whole character Arc is in 15

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minutes I think this would be like

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several EP series I think that sounds

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really cool kind of like a Love is Blind

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love Island kind of thing except not

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romantic yeah like they do a bunch of

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like series I think are cool and that's

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why it feels more towards Legacy Media

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right um and who says it can't be

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romantic there's nothing against the

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Romantic there are thousand people there

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chances that people are attracted to

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each other are quite I'm trying to

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figure out what makes it Legacy is it

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just because of the platform per on I

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think a series based game show like

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feels more Legacy than no you disagree

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with me no sorry I'm stuck on the idea

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of like going to a nice dinner party and

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like someone serves you like a you know

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roast chicken and then you're like how'd

12:12

you guys meet you're like oh we were

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contestants on Beast games I mean not

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say I'm pretty sure Mr Beast already did

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a thing where two people were locked in

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a room and I don't they kept talking

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afterwards I don't want to start but

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jimm Mr Beast locked us in our room 100

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days I think it was a funny sentence he

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said he was on the show he's like you're

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probably wondering why I'm wearing a

12:33

hazmat suit it's because I have two

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people trapped in something for like 100

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days and I was like that's a casual

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sentence that only you could say in this

12:40

exact situation sometimes he sounds like

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the guy from Saw or Mr Burns yeah

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gots I I think that this deal makes a

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ton of sense for Amazon though because

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they they now can have all of the kids

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on the planet be like Mom Mom I want to

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watch this but we need Amazon Prime we

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need Prime video this is what Spotify

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thought they were doing with Joe Rogan

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right yeah ex it worked it's exclusive

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content yeah on a platform with a talent

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that is really really in high demand

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yeah and so people are going to be

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attracted to go find that content and

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the only way to do it is to join

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Amazon's service yeah well that's what

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they want I think one other interesting

13:22

thing in there is at first one you said

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that I was like a lot of us have Amazon

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Prime already but didn't we just talk a

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few weeks ago about how they're going do

13:29

the like either put ads in it or it's

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another like $3 a month so now they make

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a lot more money from the ad release

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that Banger in there and then there's a

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new way of making money recently great a

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great great point because yeah I would

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actually you would think that the Target

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demographic for the show is probably

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going to be younger kids and if they're

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younger kids they probably have parents

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and if they have parents they probably

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have Amazon Prime there's a lot of

13:51

people in the US that have Amazon Prime

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yeah yeah but now that they put ads in

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the content they get to milk all that ad

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money oh is there mid rolls They just

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added ads to Amazon Prime content this

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is a trivia question question it's 3

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minutes per half an hour of content I

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believe I don't remember what um yeah

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they added ads for Prime video now so

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you can not pay any more and now you get

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about 3 minutes per half an hour of ads

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during watching streaming content on

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Prime video or you can pay $3 more a

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month and then you get no ads which is

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wild cuz Amazon Prime already cost a

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quite a bit they've been slow is Amazon

14:30

Prime right it's like 15 how much

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hundred something a year I thought it

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was like close well let's just look it

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up before I guess 30 times $140 up