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PlayStation Vue pricing makes a la carte TV look like cable packaging (Tomorrow Daily 147)On today's show, Khail returns to talk with Ashley about Sony's new TV subscription service (PlayStation Vue), why Marvel is killing off 33 different comic book series later this year and NASA's ideas on how electric planes might work.
On today's show Sony officially releases Playstation View. We're going to tell you where you can get it, how much it costs, and what you get for your money.>>And your favorite Marlon character is probably going to die. We'll. We'll give you more information on that after we do the, the other thing. Oh, NASA, I'm so sad, NASA has, a, an electric plane, and little tiny propellers and engines. I'm sure it sounds cool, it sounds neat. Sad, my marvel characters, Tamar Daily. [MUSIC] Greetings citizens of the internet, welcome to Tomorrow Daily, the best geek talk show in the known universe. I'm Ashley Esqueda. Joining me once again, master of all he surveys, the one and only Khail Anonymous has returned. But you'll be gone on Monday. Yep. And then I'm out of here. See you later suckers. No I'm back, I am excited to be back. I really- Glad to have you back. I really missed this seat. We missed you too. Feels comfy. We missed you too. But yeah- We had some, we had some good friends, but- I heard. Always glad to have you back. Yeah, I was at south by southwest, and, actually that's part of my into it. Oh, okay. Cuz you get to see things a little bit beforehand. So, you guys are really gonna like this hopefully. It lines up perfectly with the show. You don't even know, but before that. I'm looking forward to this. Let's look at the [INAUDIBLE]. [MUSIC] You are in fine form today, my friend. I'm excited to be back. I'm excited to have you back. Also, I've had a coffee, so. You may have had 18 cups of coffee right before you walked in. I didn't stop until the camera started. He actually just has an IV going. Like Bane with coffee. Totally. Okay. So, let's talk about Playstation Vue. Playstation Vue is official. It's launched. It's out now. You can get it in three whole cities here in the US. Ridiculous. Bummer. [LAUGH] So, it's only available in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago right now. And you have to have a Playstation 3 or a Playstation 4 to access it. Okay that's. Alright. New York, Philadelphia, Chicago. Got it. But they did say that even though you can only access view with a PS3 or a PS4 right now, they're going to try to expand it to other devices. They are working on an iPad app. Right now. So, here we go. So we're watching on the screen. We're scrolling through. We're checking it out. David Casmar over in New York, one of our TV guys went through, cause he's in New York which is great. He went through. Oh so this is actual footage then. Cool. This is actually Playstation Vue footage. He's using it right now. So you can see there's Archer there's CBS shows. There's, about 75 channels. So, you've got FOX, CBS, NBC, and all the- like, a lot of related channels, then, so- you know, FOX News, Bravo- Cartoon Network, FX I'm seeing- SciFi, Comedy Central Comedy Central, alright! Telemundo NBC Animal Planet Animal Planet, yeah, BET. Is that like a gambling channel? BET. Oh okay. Black entertainment television. I know. I was just kidding. [INAUDIBLE] Still like Food Network. [CROSSTALK] MTV. Oh okay yeah. There's a lot more than on say Slingbot. On Sling okay. So SlingTV is sort of the big competitor, but here's the thing. Yes it does have a lot more channels. Unfortunately it doesn't have two kind of major things which, one is ABC. Okay. Is kind of a big broadcast network. You wanna see those major broadcast networks here in the states on whatever cord cutting device you wanna use. And including that because ABC and Disney, ABC is owned by Disney and Disney also owns ESPN, there is no ESPN. Okay. Okay. So, for the sports fans. But Sling TV. Kind of a bummer. Sling TV does have ABC, a Disney, like, all that stuff. So, no premium offerings. No HBO Go. No Showtime. No, none of that. That. So, can't get, but I mean, I would imagine, you'd, that's part of the a la carte process. You're gonna be adding some of those services kind of standalone. Gee, that sounds like cable. Sounds like cable. So, another ten dollars, if you're a sports fan and you want your local sports teams. You can add ten bucks. [INAUDIBLE] So, in New York, they have, like, Yankee, the Yankee network, you can watch like [INAUDIBLE], so you get the locals. Sports channels or whatever. A month. A month, yeah. Okay. So, and then there's another package, kinda like cable. What? Another $10 that adds sort of these like, niche channels, where it's lifestyle, music different things. It's different things like that. Great, okay. 50 bucks a month. So, it's 50 bucks a month. And you get it. There's a lot of channels on here. There are a lot of channels. And you also get something that Sling TV doesn't get which is Cloud DVR. Yes, that's right. You can quote unquote record a show, and then it will keep it in your cue for up to 28 days after. Yeah. And you can watch it after. And also, unlike Sling TV you can fast forward through commercials. You can pause stuff. Like a lot of times with [UNKNOWN] TV you can't do that. Oh. It's pretty rare that they let you fast forward through. So kind of some differences and obviously you're paying a premium for those differences. But definitely a service that I think some people would be interested in. But is it too expensive? I think this is sort of the question a lot of people are. Not sure about. Yeah. 50 wing wangs is a lot of money. Well it's getting- Especially since they're trying to kill cable subscriptions. It's getting close to the price of a cable subscription. Right, right. And then I'm sure there's, you guys were theorizing that there's going to be another competitor entering the ring pretty soon. So we're hearing again, always like where there's smoke there's fire kind of thing. We're hearing that Apple TV and, and Apple is looking in [INAUDIBLE] Partnerships with a bunch of different studios and broadcast networks and, and all that stuff to launch something for Apple TV some time in the fall. So, we might hear more about that with iOS 9 which will be, it's possible that they. They may loop in Apple TV as part of IOS 9 where you'd have access to games on the app store. You'd have access to maybe a TV subscription service. So we don't know how much that would cost, or even what that would entail. Or even how many services Apple would get a hold of. So. There's, there's just a lot of options out there and all of them have their pros and cons. It's happening. It is happening. We knew this, we were like, this is, this may happen, everything's going to go digital, but it's also way more expensive than we though it would be. And it's so much more complicated. Yeah. And I think that's the one thing a lot of people didn't realize is. In unbundling all of these like, services, you're gonna end up with kind of something exactly like what's happening with Vue where, where you're not getting all the channels that you were used to watching on cable. But it's like, this might be the, how it's gonna be going forward. Yep. And we may, it may fall back into that like, paid packages type. It's like. So, ultimately I want to know, like, if people are excited about it. Cause I was excited about all these digital offerings. Yeah. And then Sling TV came along and I learned about all the caveats of like. And we're like, hm. and people were like you can't really save your stuff and I was like well. I live on VOD, bro. Yeah. And so if. Video On Demand is it. So then this View comes out and that's $50. That's a little pricey, 70. And that's on top of my Netflix subscription. Netflix. Maybe you have Amazon Prime. Amazon Prime. I also have Hulu, so. Maybe I won't need Hulu anymore. But I mean, we'll we'll see. It's just It's expensive. It's backing up on top of each other. Right. And then, oh, also, HBO. I'll have to get the the HBO app on top and meanwhile $19 a month, I mean, it ain't cheap, guys. I'll have to take another job. Is there like another like word. Tech show that I can. Maybe we'll make you a show, make you another show. Okay, we'll, make, make me a show. Okay, the Kale Show. We're gonna, we're gonna work real hard on that, the Kale show, yeah, where it's just you doing songs and dances. All right, all right, cool. Is that our, is that our hashtag of the day. Yeah, what you were saying, you were curious if people were excited about this. It's #TDVUE is our hashtag of the day and view as in V-U-E, which is the name of the service. And we just wanna know, are you in? Are you out? Is 50 bucks too much? How much would you pay for it? Or, you know, what, what do you need to see to pony up $50 a month? Like, what's the thing that needs to be included? Okay yeah, I think that's, that's how it, cuz this is like, the future. We don't have a choice. Right. So, it's like. Would you pay the $50? Do you even have a PlayStation? That's part of it. You have to have a PlayStation to actually use the service. You have to actually have a PlayStation, so. And how long would you wait for it to come to your city? That's the other question. Yeah, it's not even everywhere yet. U.S. only and only in three cities right now. They. They said more cities in the coming months but, They also need to make it available on our mobile devices too. iPad. Yeah, Android. Bring it. That's part of it. Yeah, I want to watch it in my bed. If I can't sleep, I want to be able to access it somewhere else. Okay, cool. But they did say, with view, you, you could watch on up to. Up to three devices at one time. Okay, that's cool. So that's not bad. Again it's like you're paying a premium for sort of these privileges that we're used to having with cable. But those are our opinions so we need to hear yours, TD. I'm very concerned. You said something about my favorite Marvel character being killed? Yeah it's funny because I told you this. Two months ago. I told everybody this two months ago. [LAUGH] Yeah. No, I'm sorry. This is weird. There's actually this big story going around right now about this whole Marvel Universe reset that's happening. Today. Yeah. This story has been everywhere. It, it came out today. This reset is going to happen in May, and it's going to destroy. Practically everyone in the Marvel Universe. Ugh. However this did, was announced a couple of months ago. But it's, it's news now again. So I'll go ahead and cover it. For some reason it's news again today- Yeah. So we're just going to go with it. So there's a lot based on, on one quote and actually a series that's coming out called that, what is it called, Secret Universe. Secret Wars. Secret Wars. Sorry. Secret Wars are gonna happen. And it's gonna be a battle that's happening from Earth 616 which is, what the primary Marvel universe is. Their main like, what's the place that the Earth where everything takes place in? Yeah. Okay. And so then once this, once this battle happens at the end everyone is going to be dead. Alright. And everyone is going to be dead in their own comic thing, and it's all going to be reboot. Just like how DC rebooted like just recently. The comicpocylpse. Just like a year ago yeah. So they're going to reset everything. This is nothing new, this has happened before. Giant reset button. But this is really cool because we're going to get new versions of everything. It's a new cinematic universe. [CROSSTALK] This female Thor is gonna die. That means we just start over again and we just go forward. So, so here are some of the people on the list. Avengers. 'Kay. Dead, Captain Marvel, dead. Bummer. Fantastic Four, dead. Bummer. Gala, Guardians of the Galaxy, I'm just reading that one now, dead. Hulk, Thor, X-Men, all part of the list. They're all gonna die. When I originally read this, the only person that was gonna survive was Miles Morales. Spi, Spider-Man, yeah. Spider-Man, yeah. He was the only one to survive, but now, apparently, they say he may. [CROSSTALK] That's on the list. That's on the list. He may get knocked off? So, maybe he'll, like, dodge a bullet at the last minute. Let me read you this quote. And jump in a refrigerator. Yeah, oh, yeah. Just like Indiana Jones. The prairie dog rule at the end. Thanks for bringing that back up. [LAUGH] We needed to hear that again. So, the, Alex, Alex Alonso, Editor in Chief had this quote to say, and I have to read it again, like I did. I love it so much. Here it is. This is, you know, a metaphor for how this is gonna happen. Imagine there's two pizzas. They're going to smash together and you're gonna have all new toppings. Some toppings are gonna drop off. You're going to yell about some that are missing. Your going to love the new one. I think your losing it. I'm acting it out.>> The new Marvel universe moving forward blah blah blah. So anyway they are gonna erase it and try it again. When two pieces collide. So there's gonna be new versions of a lot of stories we have already seen. Which is really cool. I am looking forward to seeing a new run on the infinity gauntlet. Because I love that story. And what's, the best part is that each of the comic book creator, all the creators of the current story lines, is getting to end their character the way they want, so that is perfect. So. So they're not like hey, March 31st, Finish it. Line them up. It's not like that, it's like. Thor. Thor, he wants to die in his sleep. That's gonna happen. Okay. Don't quote me on that. With his boots on. Yeah. With his Thor boots on. So there you go. It's pretty cool. It's being reported everywhere even though it was recorded two months ago. I like that. Yeah, that's, I, I remember you talking about it on. Caleb has a show called Nerd Bait on his channel. Yeah. And he talked about it like, in January. Yeah. Like, end of January he's discussing this, and. Today, for some reason, it like blew up all over the internet. And we were just like, and Caleb was like, I, I talked about this two months ago. [LAUGH] Yeah, it's well, look, I'm okay with it, because it's closer to now the date of you know- I guess [CROSSTALK] yeah, Secret War is coming out. Secret War is coming out. So, but actually, it would be like, I'm also, if you're into comics are you going to be reading the Secret Wars. It'd be interesting to see. I definitely am. That sounds real exciting. I think you have to if you're really into comics. Yeah, that sounds fun. I mean it's a big, that seems like a really big deal, so. Yeah. All right. Cool. All right. Let's talk about now the. That brings us to our hash tag of the day. Which was [UNKNOWN]. Yeah, we already had, I'm sorry. Oh that already happened. Okay, I'm sorry. But you, you can totally tell Khail if you're gonna read Secret Wars and get into this reset. And I, like, I, it makes me wanna read comics. Like, get into the reset. And I also feel like. A lot of people who don't read comics right now, maybe this is a great way to get them to start, because they're like I'm starting fresh, I can get in and this can be my character. And this can be my commentary. So, that's kind of a cool thing. I started reading Captain Marvel as well, and now your. I'm sorry. [LAUGH] I'm so bummed. I'm sorry. All right, so I have to tell you about Leaptech. So this is the thing that NASA came up with. We've seen a lot of electric cars. We've seen, like, Tesla and the Nissan Leaf and all these other electric cars that are pretty cool. But the thing is, a lot of people see that and they go well where's my electric airplane? Like, why aren't we doing electric, all electric airplane? They do say that? And, well, like, I've seen people go, well how come we're not even working on this? In the sky. Fair enough. And why is this not a thing. And actually we are. So but the problem is, is that just battery tech is not in a place to really make it work with planes. So NASA is kind of going in a totally different direction. And I love this so much. They are testing out Leaptech which incorporates a bunch of small electric motors. So we're looking at this video. You can see a whole bunch of propellers along the wings. And, each one of those is its own electric motor. Has its own electric motor. So there's 18 of them spread out over a 31 foot wingspan. 31 foot wing, so it's like a 62 foot wingspan. Which is pretty cool. Plus, the width of the actual body of the cabin. This is awesome. Yeah. Okay, so. They spread out all of these electric motors and propellers, and what they found, very interestingly, was that they had a pretty great result. A 60% increase in wing efficiency and some drag reduction. So a little bit less it's a little more aerodynamic, which is pretty great. Especially for planes, obviously. So this is the thing they have it rigged on right now. It's they have this truck that has a specially mounted thing so they can test these, the wings, and the propellers, and the engines. And so, they were saying that the whole point of this is that you can actually move around, because they're all independent of each other, you can move them around on the wings to optimize, not only the placement of them, to get the best. Sort of lift, and the best amount of or the least amount of drag. Yeah. And they were also saying that because again, they operate independently, let's say you get up to a certain altitude and you're cruising, well you can shut some of them off. Because they're, they can, or some of them can go slower than others. So like maybe as you're flying you would be using less energy. Like on some of them. Maybe half of them or a quarter of them as opposed to constantly with a turbine engine that we use right now. These like big turbine engines. It, you would constantly be running that. You'd have to. The next step would be to have an actual, like, small plane. Okay. So they said basically this would be scalable. So they would start very small. And then they would work their way up so they would start with like, small you know, single engine planes and then they would sort of either fit them or, or build a plane that would be electric, like powered by these little electric motors. And then they move up to a bigger plane, bigger plane. And then maybe someday if the tech continues to be able to scale they would be able to do it with like a commercial airliner. That would be fantastic. And then they could put solar panels on top of it. And then it gets close to the sun. Keep going. Yeah, we just keep going. I don't know anything. I feel like- I don't, I don't know what. You know what, you never know. You never know. That could be a thing. Yeah. Never know. That'd be cool. Right on. But I thought that was so cool. And everyone up at NASA always does like, really amazing things. I love these videos that they have. But that's what's going up at, up with, up with leaptech. Nice job. Very cool. So, good work NASA. We are gonna take a quick break we'll be right back with Intuit. Our user feedback with some great photo shops that I saved for you, because I wanted to make sure you saw them. Ok, I love these. And then, and then of course, we have our phontographer of the day. So don't click away. It's tomorrow daily. [MUSIC] Welcome back to the show. I was just noticing that Khail has two different colored shoelaces. A white one. Like one's white and one's blue. Probably won't. Very serious. Mm-hm. This is our life. This is, this is what we do here. We are back, and it Thursday. And I'm excited because I have something that you haven't seen yet, and you have something I haven't seen yet. It's a video. So it's time to talk to you guys about the things that we are super excited about. This is Into It. [MUSIC] I'm not gonna Kanye you. I'm gonna let. Let you finish. Oh, you're gonna let me finish? Okay. [COUGH] [COUGH] [LAUGH] I like that you're getting prepared. I, no, wait, I really had something in my throat. So this last week while I was gone I wasn't just lying around on the street. I was actually at South By lying around on the street. Yeah, he was just in Austin laying on the street. So I got a chance to check out some music. I got a chance to check out some tech. But I also got a chance. You should check out a movie. And so that is my intui, this, this week I wanna talk about a movie that premiered there called Ex Machina. I saw the trailer for this movie. Mm-hm. Oh my god, you saw it? Yes I saw it. No! So Ex Machina was one of the big movies this year. And if you don't know it and you haven't seen the trailer, I recommend you go see the trailer. I'm so excited. It is about one man testing an A.I. to find out. How efficient it is And he's also down there testing it with the, the creator of it. Which is Oscar Isaacs, who's going to be in the new Star Wars movie. Okay, continue. So is so is this guy. Oh, is he really? They're both going to be in it. Oh my god. And I, and during his interview, he kind of, maybe, accidentally let it slip that he may be holding a lightsaber iii. Whoo! Anyway. So it's these two guys and they kind of get to a point where nobody trusts anybody. This looks like a thriller. Yes. It's a thriller. Okay. The he's testing the AI and the AI confides in him and says hey, don't trust the guy that made me. And then the guy that made him is like don't trust the AI. And then he can't trust either and then the AI can't trust him. And then it's, it's all, it all becomes this giant. And you just don't know who to trust. You don't know if the AI is smarter than them or if it's this feeble little AI that's being taken advantage of because it's this beautiful robot, but also, it's a beautiful robot so maybe it's, you know, alluring him. Using him? Yeah. But it's a crazy, like, I recommended it to someone who I was like. Do you like Black Mirror? You'll love this. Oh my gosh But it's great, it has you guessing till, like, you, like, I thought I had figured out where it was going, and then it went a different direction than I thought it was gonna go, but it was great. Oh. Fantastic ending, really great acting, and the effects are unbel, like the effects of this woman-. The woman is so unreal. Unreal, and-. She's gorgeous. They're like, oh, did you have to like during somebody else's interview they told me. Oh did they. Did you guys have to do a lot of crazy tricks? And he was like no, we just filmed it twice. [LAUGH] And he was like, and then we fixed it in post. So it's like incredible. But anyways, really great movie, probably one of the best ones that came out of South By How funny that was not a big comedy. Yeah, Yeah. There was a lot of like big comedies there. This is great. I was just telling producer Logan yesterday. I'm like do you see this trailer for this movie called [UNKNOWN]. And he was like no. And I was like, you have to watch it because this movie, I was like Logan would love this. Yeah. It was written by the guy, It was directed and written by the guy that made Sunshine. Do you remember that one? Yeah. 28 days later. Oh that's a, I love that movie. And I. I think Dredd, as well. Oh. So he's got a lotta sci-fi, [UNKNOWN] street cred. A lotta sci-fi street cred. [UNKNOWN] street cred. Really great movie, very small and it, like isolated. I like it. Feels very claustrophobic, I'm into it. Yeah, you're already into it and you hadn't even seen it. And you're gonna be into it when you see it. [CROSSTALK] Oh my gosh. Okay, so what I'm into this week is the weirdest thing I've ever seen on YouTube, and that's saying something but in such a delightful way. It's this user called Miniature Space and basically what this is it's a Japanese guy, of course it is All right. With a miniature kitchen Okay. And he makes food in the miniature kitchen with tools. Okay? Okay. So here is in his miniature kitchen Yeah. Making pancakes. Huh. So, you see he's got, he's got all of his pancakes. There's the butter. Okay. And he had maple syrup, okay? So, he brings in his little, his little stove, and he lights a candle, and he puts it in there. Watch, look. So, he lights the things, and then he puts it inside- Yeah. This, the, the stove, and then he gets a little tiny pot. And he cooks up pancakes. Look at, I'm not kidding. This is, and the weird thing of it, there's no music. There's, he's not talking. It's just silence. It's just the sounds of cooking. And it's very, it's oddly soothing. It is so strange. [LAUGH] It is so weird but he really cooks stuff if these little tiny pan. Does he only make pancakes, or? No, no, no, he makes everything. He makes everything! He makes. Does he eat them afterwards, or? I don't know. They don't show that part. You never. See this guy's face. What else does he make? It's only, okay, so pretty soon we have like another one too. It's, he made, he makes fried chicken. He makes fried. What, but chickens are normal sized. Yeah, I know, he has like a little tiny cutting board where he like, cuts up little chickens and he rolls them in little tiny, look it. Watch. Look, that is actual oil in there that is frying this little tiny, like, what is it a spring roll like paper. Okay. So he fries that thing. I love that there's like a tiny coffee mug there. [CROSSTALK] For absolutely no reason. It's ridiculous. So, he heats up oil in his little pot. And then he puts in these little tiny, he takes a normal size piece of chicken and cuts up. And he has a tiny chef knife. Is this the weirdest thing you've seen? It's so bizarre and I love it. So much. so weird. This, this guy needs to work with the tiny hamster. See, little tiny pieces of chicken in- Oh my god. Inside flour, I need flour [UNKNOWN]. Look at his little utensil. He cooks with tiny utensils. He has little tiny, and look, he's got a little shelf there. He has everything, it's the best. My god. Look at the background, look. In the background there's like little pots back there inside of a cabinet. Let me ask you something. If you, and this could really go for anyone. If you were like, on a date, and the guy invited you over, and is like, I'm gonna make you [CROSSTALK] I was like, is that [INAUDIBLE] [LAUGH] And he was like, I'm gonna make you dinner, and you come over, and he makes you like, a little tiny dinner, is that like. Cool or is that, like, weird? No, that would, I would probably run for my life, actually. That, that seems like a serial killer to me. Like, he's like, hold on a little. Like, let me make you a tiny dinner. [CROSSTALK] Little spring roll. But he also made a little tiny cake that was adorable. He made a little cake. What is this? Oh my god. This is the end of the fried chicken thing. He cuts up. Look at this. He has a little chef's knife. This is so dumb, you guys, like I know it's super dumb. There's a whole channel of this? A whole channel of this. Just all kinds of- With no music. Miso soup. Yeah it's super soothing though if you like just having background noises on, it's great. Like you just play it, and you sit. Miso soup, he made, he makes pudding. He makes katsu. Like everything. He makes little tiny sushi, like the sushi one is unreal. Like they're like itty bitty, on like one grain of rice. He puts his sushi on. No, he doesn't. Not on one grain of rice. It's, I'm, I'm not joking. I'm not joking, it's real. But look, yeah, here's his fried chicken. He fried it up in that tiny little pot. [LAUGH] Now he's serving it. I wanna see him eat it. This is why I love Into It, because no. So where else would I find something Nowhere else like this but from Ashley [INAUDIBLE] That's true. Okay, I'm sure you're going to show me more afterwards I will, I will So I'll make sure to check that out. All right guys lets talk about what you have to think about the show, it is time for user feedback. Its going to be a long show today but only because you haven't been here and we have a lot to talk about. About. Yeah. Like a little food. Okay it's not true. Fair enough. So yesterday we asked you guys to think up weird ways of signing in to your Windows machine, because they introduced Microsoft Hello which is a login for your face and all that stuff. So Rick wrote in and said maybe Windows 10 can recognize my catch phrase I am the vengeance, I am the night, I am Batman. And then he tried it in Kevin Conroy's voice. [LAUGH] Joey wrote in and said, Unlock with a secret dance. Oh. I like that one. Yeah, I like that he didn't share the secret dance. No, don't ever share the secret dance. You don't give people your log in information. So those were our two feedbacks that I saw that I really like. Now [CROSSTALK] [CROSSTALK] handsome Batman, very similar yeah. Photoshoped. Oh, we have Photoshop. Yes, of course. So remember last week we had the ski, the, the ski picture with all the snow. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Ski, yeah. It had the ski free monster in there. Well, we had two people do that, Jerome and Frank. So Oh, my god. Jerome wrote in. and said, couldn't help it, added three monsters, LOL, and I love that so much. He's going up to that one guy that's on the snowboard, oh he's got two people, yeah, and then he actually got one. and then Frank wrote in and said only the Goldblum can save them from the beast. Yes! He added Jeff Goldblum! [CROSSTALK] all three of us snowboarding downhill or skiing. There we are. You're snowboarding, I'm skiing. Wow, I am good. Yeah. I look like a really good skier. And then there's Goldblum, like, yay. We're just having a blast, we look like we're not. Exactly enjoying it. Yeah. But this is great. Yeah. Sweet. So they've Photoshopped those people into it. The ones that- Yeah. Yeah. They Photoshopped those three people in. That is a really fantastic Photoshop. Yeah, it's really good. It's almost like, Is this a real picture? It might be a real picture. I, I feel like it's a real picture. Okay, cool. And then Stefan wrote, wrote in about Gil. Yesterday we had Gil. And we talked about one of the pictures that was with South Carolina state house and we said what would make it better and Gil said Aliens. And I was like, yeah, I agree that would make it so much better. So Stephen wrote in and said a sentence said Ash for, as you or Gil were talking about aliens [UNKNOWN]. Tagging the photographers photo and, taking, taking away the statue above the stairs. Wow. So, super good. I always love Stephan. That's unbelievable. Stephan and Jerome like to send in Photoshops all the time and we just love. Love it that you guys do that. So high five guys. God Stephan. You guys are guys are all kind the best. Yeah. If you guys want to send in Photoshops, if you want to send in oh I, we have to do our phonetography for the day right? We got to do it for today. Well yeah I mean yeah. Well lets do that. [MUSIC] There might be some Photoshop magic in this too. Oh okay. Okay so Byung wrote into us. Who? Byung, Byung. Okay. And he said I'm from Auckland New Zealand, and in December last year I went to the south island for the first time. Here are the top, in my opinion, unedited photos I took using my Moto X 2014. Keep up the great work with the show. The first one on the left there is Queenstown, he said. That's Queenstown. Oh, wow. So unedited with a Moto X, which generally does not have the best camera ever. But in bright daylight, like, what a great picture. Yeah. Super good. And then and then we had, which I love this picture, is Mirror Lakes. And he says. The sign is vertically mirrored so you can see the actual words in the water. [LAUGH] So you can see it says Mirror Lake upside down- Oh, that's cool. So that when you look into the reflection in the water it's, it's actually filled out for you. Which is so fun. Very clever, town. So clever, Mirror Lake. But yeah, so really cool, really cool pictures. Nicely done. And taken with a Moto X. I think that's very impressive. Impressive. Very impressive, indeed. Thanks, Byung. So Byung, thank you. We appreciate your, we appreciate your pictures. It was a good one. Should we, should we ask for a Photoshop of that one, or do we just let it lie for the week? I think Byung's gotten, nailed it on that one. Kinda crushed it, yeah. Yeah. Kinda crushed it. Good job, Byung. If you guys wanna send in wacky Photoshops, if you wanna send in. 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Mine is KaleAnonymous. And I'm AshleyEsqueda. Okay. And that, that's it for the show today. Again, Kale will not be here Monday, but that's okay, we'll ha- we'll all have to live with it. I know. Bummer. But he'll be back for the rest of the week next week. Absolutely. Thank God. Forever and ever and ever. Forever and ever and ever and ever. And we'll be back, I'll be back on Monday with a brand new docket of weird tech, science, robot. Science fact, science fiction, all, whatever, in between, smash it all together. It's gonna be the best of it. Until then, be good humans. We'll see you next time. Bye. [MUSIC]