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DARPA just unveiled homing bullets (Tomorrow Daily 169)
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<< And Ikea has shown us what a kitchen in 2025 might look like.
Oh and a little military company called Darpa has invented homing bullets, so that's not terrifying.
Greetings citizens of the internet.
Welcome to Tomorrow Daily.
the best geek talk show in the known universe.
I'm Ashley Esqueda.
Joining me as always, Khail Anonymous.
Whoa, you just, I thought you pointed a gun at me with the guided bullets
I wouldn't need to actually.
I mean, I'd have to point it at you, but then you could run away and still hit you
I'm totally going to jump ahead and be like, that is exactly like the [UNKNOWN] one
From The Fifth Element.
It's, this is insane.
Well, we'll get there.
We'll, we'll get there.
In fact, let's get there right now, it's in the headlines.
Someone asked, by the way, really quick, if we could show what we do during these transitions.
So like, can you show what you guys are doing during the transitions.
And I'm like, you don't want to see that.
Yeah, you don't.
You don't want to see us acting like idiots.
We've got like plates back here and take a stick out and I spin the plates.
I have a stake.
Then I balance a ball on my nose>> I have a steak, and I just like, take a big bite of steak.
You eat steak on the break.
I've gotta keep my, keep my energy levels up.
You gotta get those protein, okay.
So this isn't the news.
No, so this is the news story.
So DARPA, apparently now has homing bullets.
Bullets that can change trajectory, mid, mid-shoot, shot.
Which is pretty scary, this is from DARPATV, the video that we're watching.
So here's how it works.
This is DARPA's EXACTO, which is short for Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordinance, which is a very good name.
Now allows these target locking bullets to hit a target after it starts moving, so before they had these, they were working on bullets that could change paths mid air to sort of Adjust for wind or, you know, other elements, things like that.
But now we can actually, and, and hit a still target.
But now these are, hitting moving targets.
Okay, so the footage you were seeing before was an actual pro guy.
A trained sniper.
And this is just some idiot with a...
An untrained bozo like me or you
Using the EXACTO program.
I'm on the pro side but still that's crazy!
It's a little nuts.
It's a 50 caliber bullet which is not exactly a small bullet.
And it alters its path as it sort of cuts through the air to strike a target in motion.
And DARPA, to be fair, DARPA has not explained exactly how this works.
They're not I imagine for confidentiality reasons top secret, you know, how it works and everything.
They're not, they're not exactly being super forthcoming about the exact technology.
However I was looking on Reddit at all the commenters and we all know Reddit is full of experts.
And so there were a lot of actual people saying things like well it could be
Optical, there could be things like optical sensors, low mega pixel cameras or motors in fins on the bullet that make corrections from a computer that's mounted on the rifle.
Sounds like a very expensive bullet.
Very expensive bullet I would imagine, very expensive.
Not cheap at all, which might help it not get into just the hands of like me and you, who would be bad
I don't think I have a .50 caliber rifle laying around.
I don't know.
3D print it, and there you go.
3D print a .50 caliber rifle.
That's a terrible idea.
So yeah, the, the trained sniper hit his target and then [LAUGH] an untrained sniper hit the exact same target.
So I don't know what that says, whether that is the scariest thing ever or really really cool, that they developed a [INAUDIBLE] scare sighting as we like to say.
No, not scare sighting.
So they're saying.
Which is like cool for the like military, you know buff in me.
I'm just like cool.
Laser gun, tracking bullets, and, and the ZF1 from Fifth Element.
Well it makes me laugh cause I always think of like people with their aimbots.>>Hmm
I'm like this is an aimbot in real life!
Hackshores over here.
This is hacked.
Darp is saying that.
The point of this is to improve sniper effectiveness and enhance troop safety because it increases the time that you can be in a position, here is the exact words: expanding target engagement timeline.
The time in which you would need to sort of engage a target.
Plus you can get a really good shave too, like
Cuts really close.
No, but I get it.
This is helpful.
I think a pro sniper is probably really mad right now.
Yeah I think you pro snipers out there who have worked very hard for that training, probably really annoyed, but that actually.
Brings us to our hash tag of the day?
Yeah, here's the thing, so
What would you like to-
No, no, no, no, no.
No, that would be terrible.
This is terrifying.
I'm really scared of stuff like this, and especially when you think about sentient robotics coming.
If that ever happened, they could use these to just shoot us.
If the T-1000 ever got ahold of this.
Query to you and you the viewer is to use the hashtag #tdbullets and please put a happier spin on this because I don't want to die of terror tonight in my sleep.
It's a, it's a guided tictac, and,
And it's for people who have bad breath and you know that, like, guys on a date over there.
And you're, like
He's going to go in for a kiss later, and I saw him eating garlic steak like you do on break.
And you shoot it, and it goes while he's talking.
You gotta time it, though.
That's the only problem.
And then it goes right into his mouth.
Well the TicTac's smart, it has optical sensors on it so it goes right in when he opens his mouth.
So it's just kinda hovers?
So there you go.
There's my delightful spin on it.
I like it.
You did that really great.
Hatred parody, where you did, [CROSSTALK].
[COUGH] Yep, I'm good at that.
I'm good at making really mean.
Evil things into like really delightful charming, yeah.
Into like little charming things.
So, do you have one for those?
I would like it, I would like, just like a wi, just like a magician.
Where they change like they're magic wand into a flower.
I would like it to just shoot Shoot out a bouquet of roses to people.
Yeah, that's nice.
So, like, if it looks like a bullet, and then when it gets to you, it like goes and it's like flowers.
So it's like terrorists-
Sort of like floating flowers.
And then all of a sudden it goes, they're like, no, poof.
Then it's just like, you know what?
Right I love you too.
That makes sense.
So what is it, t guns?
[LAUGH] TT bullets.
TT bullets okay, cool, cool, cool.
So that's we're gonna make that a happier thing.
So let's, let's flip, turn that frown upside down guys.
Tell me about.
Speaking of ear lock.
Kinda yeah, speaking of ear lock.
I know I just said that.
I'm going for, I'm going for worst transition.
So we all know that there's new ways to unlock your phone [CROSSTALK] [LAUGH] now what with, you know, the finger touch scan and everything.
It's the new way of not having to enter in a passcode.
Well, over at Yahoo Labs, they've introduced a new technology which they hope to, to make available and this is Ear Lock.
Now this is basically a a scanner That you put up to, it, it's recognized through your screen, and it recognises the shape of your ear.
So it's basically taking a much larger sample.
Okay, that's basically the, the jist of this.
It's, it's taking it from a larger sample.
Now, why is this important?
We already have the biometrics scan.
Yeah, we already have touch ID.
We already have that, well.
Because the biometric scanner takes up a lot more room.
In other words, the, this, the ear scanner is already, like, that technology is already in the phone.
So it's cheaper.
Cuz the screen's there, cuz it's using the screen.
It's already, it's already cheaper.
It's already there so you can put it in a lot more phones For a lot less.
So merging market.
This is like a thing for people who are not buying iPhone 6s.
And Galaxy S5s.
This is, this is the future.
This is the future for low, more low end phones.
And, and more phones adapting this without having to increase their cost.
So giving, giving people who have lower end.
Phones or access to lower end phones the ability to sort of unlock their phone using biometrics.
So they're, they're saying that, they're, they're using the body print, they were able to do 99.8 authentic precision.
So they, 99.8% of the time it, it knew it was you.
That is impressive.
I really like that.
So, so what are they gonna do, like, what are they gonna do next?
So they are already it.
They have really good, I mean obviously really good testing results, but I would imagine probably not that many people have used this yet.
Like are they gonna do it with more?
They're, they're gonna improve the recognition algorithms and they're gonna test on a larger scale but, you know.
I mean being able
It's so much safer to be able to have that data on your device, as opposed to putting a pass code in or, you know, cuz that stuff can be cracked.
And so obviously a screen like that wouldn't be able to read like the little tiny lines on your finger.
But if you could, you know, fist bump your phone, or whatever, you're like hey.
That fist bump one look, not very accurate.
The ear one kinda makes sense, but the fist bump one.
But maybe it's the exact
Sort of shape of your fist and sort of remembers it.
So maybe that's a good thing.
but the ear one is awesome.>>Yeah.
Yeah the ear one is pretty cool.
So over at yahoo labs they're, they're trying to get that, ac, accessible to, to more phones, so that we.>>That's awesome.
Cause I don't have
that on my phone.
And you could have it right in there on your phone.
Yeah so I don't have to remember a pass code every time.
What is it three?
Yeah, so many.
Do you want to hear about the kitchen of the future?
Yeah of course.
The video's pretty cool.
Okay so this is a project, a student project that IKEA sort of helped collaborate on and then also Idio\g designs which is a London design firm.
They did this Concept Kitchen 2025.
So they asked some students from two European universities to answer the question, what will kitchens be like in 2025.
But looks pretty standard, right?
Looks kinda like a little Ikea kitchen that [CROSSTALK]
Looks like a hardware, but yeah, looks like a hardware garage.
Looks a little like a hardware store, yeah okay.
And, they, they gave them some parameters, they said, in designing this kitchen keep things in mind.
Keep in mind that in 10 years we're gonna make some assumptions about the world.
There's gonna be an aging population, fewer children, smaller living spaces, food scarcity.
We might see meat be a little bit more scarce around the world.
And also, recycling would be almost required.
So they gave them those, sa, some sort of rules to kinda go by.
Those are good.
Those are good rules, because I think those are pretty good predictions for the next ten years.
So they displayed this, and attempted to make the tech inside the kitchen really subtle.
So they were like, okay we want to make this subtle, we want to make it something that is familiar to modern eyes, like us, like current eyes, but something that we would also get a lot out of in the future, in ten years.
So they also wanted to blend in work space tech.
So here's what they did.
They have this really awesome smart table.
And the table has induction in it, so you're able to heat up different pieces of the table.
Now again, this is not real, it's all, it's a design, it's a concept.
So this is just total conjecture But there's also a camera that is above and pointing down at the table and then also projection technology, so you can see there are like, little trails for the kid pushing his car.
Now somebody puts tomatoes on there, okay, well I also have this, so okay, here's somethings I could make with those items together, if you bring them, push them together Okay, well here are these things that I can make.
Here's these two recipes that I have.
That is so good for like a bachelor that doesn't know how to cook stuff.
It's really awesome.
And also for just like, oh I have some leftover this and some leftover this like what can I do with this?
And so you can put it together and oh, here's what we can make.
So they also have lots of different things like they have these, these sort of magazines and they have, They were saying that one of the things they wanna do is they wanna do timers.
They wanna be able to do a thing where you can recharge your phone.
They wanna show you how to slice things, how to, how to do everything.
They say okay, well I wanna start heating up one of these pots, like okay.
Here's, we're gonna make pancakes, like, so here's this video that's [UNKNOWN] pancakes.
Okay, two eggs, here's the milk.
We're measuring it inside the projection, and then also the flour, and then once that's done you mix it together, and then it heats up a specific part of the wood for induction.
You can make your pancakes on it.
That's really cool.
But, the hololens could probably do this too.
I was thinking the same thine.
I was thinking the same thing
This year, this year.
No, I like the induction thing, though.
It could be really dangerous, but, so, so what were the work arounds for like the meat and the, do they have anything?
So I think part of that kitchen was like they say ok, so here you go.
So you'd move it to a specific part of the The range, and it would show you [CROSSTALK]
And it would tell you where [CROSSTALK]
And it would say, this is where.
Where you need to move it to, and then they would heat it up to a specific temperature, whatever.
And then you put your stuff in there, and it would cook it.
So, yeah, I thought that was really neat.
And they also have this shelving.
That would work for space, too, that because ultimately we're gonna start running [CROSSTALK]
Running out of space.
City, like your gonna, that you do live,
Think about it, New York.
Like, if you could just not have that counter, like a counter and a stove, you just have a counter
You could work, that workspace.
And they also made it a workspace, so they were saying they have, like, you put your coffee down, it would keep your coffee warm just in that little tiny spot.
You put your phone down, you slide it on to the charging Station.
It would, by induction, charge your phone.
They have all these different things you can do.
Like there was this, there, this kids drawing something, and then they're going to bring it to life with the projection and then be able to like, fling it around the table.
I thought this was really neat.
I thought it was a really good idea.
I mean obviously it's very lofty, this is not something we'll probably see in ten years.
But But IKEA's kitchen and dining range manager says that the project will be used in future product development.
So, maybe we'll see sort of echos of these types of things go, going forward in the future.
You're gonna make some super high tech stuff?
We might see some, like, projection stuff that would be kinda cool.
But, you know, if they could, maybe IKEA will do something in conjunction with Hollow Lens.
Maybe they'll say We are working with Microsoft to bring you the kitchen of the future, that's something I could definitely see happening.
<< Usually when I think of the lowest end of furniture, no offense Ikea, I love you.
That's I think of Ikea.
So if they make that big step that would be awesome.
Like if they're making, like affordable super high tech type of stuff I'm in.
There could be partnerships so I mean that's the thing that may or may not happen in the future, but I just thought it was really neat, wanted to show it to you guys.
That's a cool contest, and was, like, for students or?
They just, it wasn't even a contest, they just said: "We want you to design projects for students." They picked students from two different universities, and they said: "Here are sort of the, the assumptions about life in ten years that we, you'll have to deal with, go forth and create the kitchen of the future", was the concept.
That's very cool.
I'm behind that.
That's super cool.
All right, guys.
That's it for our headlines.
We will be right back.
It is, Tuesday, so it's time for new releases and there's some pretty big one this week.
And then, I'm sure you're all familiar with.
And then, of course, we have your user feedback.
And our phonetographer of the day, so don't click away.
It's Tomorrow Daily.
Oh, and watch these humans as cats in viral videos.
Welcome back to the show.
We were just shaking our fists at the sky of beautiful drone footage.
Very frustrating, very annoying.
We should have a drone in this studio do some, some overhead footage for us.
Logan is a drone, though.
Logan is actually a flying drone.
He is a sentient, flying.
Unmanned aerial vehicle.
That's, that's what Logan is.
We haven't told you guys yet, I'm sorry.
Secret's out, cat's out of the bag.
You know it's Tuesday.
I know you love Tuesdays.
Because it's time to talk about all the fun things that we're gonna be checking out this week.
So, it's new releases.
There's nothing coming out this week.
So now we go to [CROSSTALK] user feedback.
This week if you.
This has been a long time coming.
The adventure, the adventure game from Double Fine.
That's what you're going to start with?
Broken Age: Act II just dropped this week.
Oh Double Fine.
So, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Double Fine fan girl.
Listen, I just bought a goggler shirt, it's coming at, at the end of May.
I'm not 100% sure what that is.
This is the second act to the Double Fine adventure which was backed on Kickstarter.
They asked for $400,000 they got like 3.3 million dollars.
Elijah Wood voices one of the main characters.
Finally act two dropped.
This looks amazing.
It's really good.
Apparently from what I have heard.
I haven't played it yet.
I downloaded it last night but didn't have time to dig into it.
But I played the first half
It's a gorgeous it's a gorgeous puzzle game.
It's, it reminds me of all the best old kind of point-and-click adventure game.
And but the other thing is, is that it's also really frickin' hard sometimes.
Like it's, it can be really tough.
The puzzles are really tough.
A, a, as someone who plays a lot of point-and-click.
It's even hard for you.
So there are some, there are some things in this, because you see you switch back and forth between.
The girl and the boy.
Like, they're they're characters they have different stories that kind of crash together at the end of the first act.
I dont want to give anything away, but, they crash together at the end of the first act and then in the second act, as far as I'm aware, you're going to spend a lot of time kind of going back and forth between them and just sort of catch little clues like, subtile references to how to solve the puzzle on the other side of like the, like you might be in the girl world.
Yea, its like really crazy.
That's pretty cool.
So, it's tough.
How many apps are there?
Just two, this is the second half of the game.
Oh, this is the end.
Yeah, and apparently this is twice as long as the first act, so a lot of people are feeling, you know, pretty positive about it, so.
Broken Age Act Two is out, on Steam soon, go you can pick it up on Steam.
You know, I don't know off the top of my head because I backed it, so they just, I've, I've been waiting for it for ever.
So, I just got my little code, or whatever, for backing it.
Yeah, full disclosure.
I back that on Kickstarter.
Shocker, I know.
It's only on what?
It's on Steam.
It's on PC.
Oh, hooray, hooray
So they'll also, I'm sure, release Broken Age, now that it's like a full complete game, they'll release is on other, other
Platforms and all
And Broken Age is also on I think it's on iOS as well, so, and Android.
They have it on across a bunch of platforms because they raised so much money.
So that's the only release that's coming out this week
That's it [CROSSTALK]
Dang it, [UNKNOWN], no.
Tropico 5 comes out if you're into sims.
If you're into sim games.
You ever play Tropico?
I did this on purpose, you know.
It's working, it's working.
And I hope it's working, in Tropico 5 look how beautiful this is, just like Simcity.
Oh my God.
Go get your Tropico on.
My weekend is spent right here.
Yup, you're never going to do anything else this weekend.
You're gonna be so excited about Tropico.
You're gonna launch you're own little island, you're gonna build it all out, and it's gonna be great.
Yeah, Tropico's really good at making commercials.
I don't know if you've seen the ads where it's like Stalin dancing.
[LAUGH] It's crazy.
You've seen those?
Those are really good.
So this has been out actually for about a year, but it's.
Finally out on PS4, so there were some people I saw online who were like, I'm excited.
So this is a new release on PS4.
Yeah, yeah, new release on PS4.
Okay and that's it.
Time for more user feedback.
It's the Avengers, Age of Ultron comes out this weekend.
Oh that's right.
All of you, I'm sure have already bought your
This is an indie film.
Small, very small budget.
I am really hoping that maybe it gets seen by somebody.
Seriously, if you have not bought your tickets for this, you're screwed, you're not seeing it this weekend.
I bought mine.
It's selling out everywhere, at least in Los Angeles, from what I looked at, even in the reserve seating in places, but
Yeah, get your tickets now to go see this because, you know, it's definitely something you are going to see eventually.
You want to see it, yeah you are going to want to see it and I've heard, Kale and I have both heard, maybe don't see it in 3D, maybe see it in 2D because the transfer is not as good.
Don't see it in 3D.
That's what we've been hearing.
But see, like I still think if you're going to go see a movie like this, you need to see it like
Opening Day or
You need to see when everybody screaming and excited
Cuz this is
These are events, the Avengers aren't just like Sunday Four PM, oh yeah, I was bored.
I was eating bologna in my underwear.
This is an experience film, this is a film you have to experience with other nerds
Go see it this weekend.
Wait in a line, if you have to.
I got reserve seating.
Find a theater with reserve seating.
That's my favorite.
I bought my tickets, like, last week.
I don't think that's, like, a universal thing.
No, it's not, but there are a lot of theaters switching over to that, which is cool.
That'd be really good.
So I'm like, I'm literally like middle
Center, dead center of the theater for like, and I bought them two weeks ago so that I can walk in five minutes before the movie starts, sit down and I'm good.
Yeah if you're awesome at procrastinating you're going to have a terrible weekend.
You're going to have a terrible time seeing Age of Ultron.
You're going to be playing Tropico 5. That's what you're going to be doing.
All right well.
It's not that bad.
I think now it is actually time for user feedback.
Avengers Age of Ultron is coming out this weekend.
Robert Downey Jr.
You guys had some interesting things to say about Komani\g.
So much so that one of our users actually sent in a pretty long e-mail.
And I didn't want to condense it so I'm actually gonna read it on tomorrow's show.
And we'll, we'll discuss but [CROSSTALK]
Can I say one thing that I realized last night is that Silent Hill's fans deserve Silent Hill.
Because we've been kicked through the mud so much.
We've been through some bad Silent Hills, guys.
Is we've been fans of just like, the core of the game, and not an actually like, solid and I am stepping out there, they haven't been amazing.
They haven't been great, be honest.
But we deserved it.
Can I give you a suggestion, an alternate, maybe an alternate?
Don't say Fatal Frame.
I was going to say Fatal Frame.
It's not going to cut it for me.
I like Fatal Frame.
I think it's going to be really good
This one, I feel is gonna be maybe the strongest Fatal Frame [CROSSTALK]
The next one?
It could be up next with the first.
Hey, I'm sure, I'm, I'm, I'm sure, but Silent Hill is, is, actually in my DNA.
I know, I know, you actually bleed Silent Hill around, it's just really upsetting.
Okay, so we gotta talk about Konami.
Yesterday we asked you guys to use the #TVKonami, like I said were gonna split it up into two days, will read your bullets
Your bullet's tweets and tomorrow's tweets, on Thursday's show.
We'll do it all together, it'll be fine.
Michael wrote in, he tweeted us and he said, as long as I get Metal Gear Solid, I'm happy.
But my guess is, they don't wanna list any fiscal info with the SEC.
So that makes sense, so maybe they don't want to show that maybe they've been losing money?
Maybe they don't want to tell US makrets that maybe they aren't doing so hot?
That might be a thing, they maybe they don't want to show revenues, things like that?
Well again, their slot machine, their slot machine division is doing way better, so.
So we'll talk about that tomorrow, because they're like
The guy who wrote in wrote a very long e-mail.
And it's really good.
And like I said, it was so interesting I didn't want to cut it up.
So we'll read it tomorrow but.
Our financial advisor.
Neil, Neil wrote in.
New, new dad Neil.
New dad Gale?
You know, our, our dad who wrote in.
Fresh, fresh, fresh dad Neil.
Neil wrote in, said, straight to the point
The whole traditional Japanese game market is in serious danger of becoming defunct.
Some companies such as Square Enix and even Sega are adapting by using western developers and business practices.
Others, like Konamu and Capcom, are slower to change and I truly believe this is the reason companies are suffering.
Konami in particular is failing, because as crazy as Kojima is considered, he is one of the few Japanese developers that embraced western culture and integrated it into his games.
Konami wants the money, but doesn't want to move away from the anime boobs and pachinko machines.
Those pachinko machines.
First of all, pachinko machines are awesome.
I love classic pachinko machines.
He's definitely right about the whole Suda 51 never does that great anymore.
He made a good point, Capcom and Konami are in the same boat, where it's like.
They're kind of middling right now, and nobody really knows what's going to happen and, you know, we'll see.
Well it's not like they've been really knocking it out of the park with their Resident Evil games.
[UNKNOWN] remake, that's a pretty cool idea.
Yeah, but that's a remake.
Give me something fresh, give me something new.
I don't want, I'm, I'm, I, my nostalgia reserves are getting dangerously low.
Like, I need some new stuff, guys.
Like, I love, listen.
I love adaptations of comic books.
I love, I love all these comic book shows and movies we're getting.
I love all these, some of remakes, they're okay, some.
But, and like, and a lot of these like, book adaptations.
I think, great.
Like, Hunger Games But, guys, where's my new stuff?
Like, I want something new.
My nostalgia is low.
I'm done, I, I don't have any left.
I have no nostalgia excitement to give about things.
It's very, I'm gonna have to ration out now.
I have to pick and choose.
So many indie games.
It's all an indy game world, so.
That's why I love indie games so much.
That's why I'm, that's why I'm.
Hm-hm, that's why you're a Double Fine lady.
That's why I, I enjoy what Double Fine does.
Now Am I happy that it took them so long to get out a game?
That we gave three, almost $3.5 million to.
No not super thrilled about that.
But it is a really good game, and I've rather have it late then never.
I'd rather have people making those games and being a li, being late on the development cycle as opposed to never being able to have those games because they're so good.
So there you go.
So that's it for user feedback.
We'll get to the last Kanom\g e-mail tomorrow cuz it's really good.
Okay so that being said we gotta talk about our phonetographer for the day.
Sorry, I was doing stuff on the break.
I know, Kale also likes to rave during the break, he had his glow sticks out but he threw them right before we came back.
Yep, I had a spirit hood and everything, it was crazy.
[LAUGH] Can you please wear a spirit hood in tomorrow or Thursday?
Maybe Thursday, if Thursday comes off the rails, do it on Thursday.
Thursday I will wear a spirit hood.
Carl Lewis wrote in and said I took this picture of my city
I'm gonna try really hard to pronounce this, Carlos, and don't make fun of me if I mess it up, okay?
I'm gonna give you a chance to do it too here.
I think that's what it is.
Is that what you got?
You feeling that.
Okay, [UNKNOWN], Honduras.
From my boyfriend's apartment, using the panorama mode of my iPhone 6 Plus.
Greece, from here, I love your shelf.
So yeah, that's, that's Honduras.
That looks so cool!
I, like, I like how it's.
You know what's really, I like how it's so, kind of, urban and rural at the same time.
Like you get kinda that feeling that you're, you're in a big city, but it's also kinda, people have space.
I like that, I like that a lot.
That is a delightful picture, Carlos.
Yeah, that's a great shot.
Well done sir, well done.
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You sounded like an auctioneer.
I felt like I should bid on, like, a
[CROSSTALK] You're going to get another steak for you to eat during the break?
I'm hungry guys, I'm hungry.
close the loop, we've got it.
Close it up guys.
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