'The X-Files' is back, and we're ready for more Mulder and Scully (Tomorrow Daily 149)
On today's show, a Japanese company is showing off a bionic limb that you control with your smartphone.
And one of the best sci-fi shows of all time is making a triumphant return, that show.
It rhymes with the X-Files.
Didn't think that one through.
No, you really didn't.
And, we have, a robot that might change the way phones and tablets are assembled in factories.
Here we go.
It's going to get exciting.
It's Tomorrow Daily!
Greetings citizens of the internet.
Welcome to Tomorrow Daily the best [UNKNOWN] talk show in the known universe.
I'm your host Ashley Esqueda.
Joining me as always Kalanotomous.
Yeah, I know, it's a happy.
It's been a crazy, it's been a crazy day like.
We were joking around on the internet with the X-Files thing.
It was like if you had any news today, just try again tomorrow.
Like because this was the big story.
Yeah this is, it's getting all dwarfed.
I know it is.
Like if you discover this miracle cure.
Yeah forget it.
So let's talk about robots and X-Files right now.
You weren't supposed to spoil what my story was gonna be about.
I said it would rhyme with the X-Files.
So I guess.
I guess, so yes, tell us about these, tell about these.
This is a very interesting bionic limb.
So, we've discussed, prosthetics before on the show, at length.
We saw, recently, the really cool 3D printed bionic limb for the little boy that was like, Iron Man's arm.
It was amazing.
Interested, I'd wanna sign up for those.
We, you totally should.
So this is from a Japanese company called exiii, e-x-i-i-i and they have handiii, which is h-a-n-d-i-i-i.
So they, they talk about in the video, problems with prosthetic hands.
Obviously, they're expensive and they also rely on.
Really big, kind of custom complex computer setups to control.
This on the other hand, Handee, works with a cell phone.
So it's, it, it's processed, all of the signals are, are sent, processed, and sent back to the arm.
The future is now.
The future is now everybody.
That's, that's fantastic.
So it's a really big [UNKNOWN] safety measure.
And then the other part of it is the hand is 3D printed so easy to repair, easy to expand, easy to customize.
You can make it all different colors.
You can switch out-
The, the fingertips, which I thought was cool.
You switch out the fingertips-
For say, yeah, finger parts.
So like you can do like a screwdriver finger.
Like they have all these different types of fingertips that you'd be able to use which I thought was cool.
You're Inspector Gadget!
That's what you are.
It's kind of like that.
Yeah this is, and.
In movies any time someone has a robot arm.
Yeah, they could like exchange a certain part.
Yeah, they're like now, now is the time you're gonna die, or I need to pick a lock.
And they switch it out.
And it's like a saw blade all the sudden.
It's like a Swiss Army knife.
This is, this is what a lot of us were hoping as the people that had the arms are gonna have better, better options.
Even better than our dumb.
It's run by the phone.
You can select custom skins and stuff and 3D print it.
So basically how it works with the smart phone is it has, there's an EMG sensor on your arm.
It takes that information you you're kind of telling it what you want it to do.
It sends that info to a smart phone that processes, translates the data, and then sends it back to the hand to hand the.
To complete that action.
Wait, how do you tell it what to do?
So there's a sensor that's on the arm.
Oh, oh, all right, all right.
But like, on your actual arm.
And your phone is the processor.
Your phone is the processor for this in stead of a large sort of computer setup.
That is kind of common with bionic limbs like this.
But they were showing it off at South by Southwest, and so here it is.
They were checking it out.
That was at South by.
I don't know if you got to see it.
Maybe you didn't.
I didn't get to go to the floor, unfortunately.
Yeah, so they're, they're doing a lot of really cool stuff with this.
And I, I think that what they, the coolest part of this is that [UNKNOWN] wants.
To make this Ha, Handy open source, totally open source.
So they wanna put out all the information, the 3D printing info, the, the programming information, the software stuff.
And they want to have people just iterate on the design, and make it more functional.
They want it to make it more beautiful.
They're like, just go for it.
Like we wanna make it open source, we're gonna.
Give this to everybody to improve on.
And you're welcome.
So, super awesome.
I would like to give them a hand.
No that's great.
I love that.
Anything, anytime they say open source.
I like that.
The most exciting thing.
Especially if it's already making leaps and bounds.
But it's really helpful.
Yeah, yeah, yeah exactly.
By the way, that was a huge crowd around that booth.
Huge crowd, yeah.
Like usually you see maybe like five people like maybe milling around a booth.
One of them's on a cell phone not really paying attention but like.
This had a very rapt audience.
Who are the guys that are doing this?
They're called Exiii.
And they're from Japan.
Which is, I mean it's just so cool.
So nice job, Exiii.
Way to go.
Now we just, we need to make Baymax and then we're, we're good to go.
We're so close.
To the pinnacle of our species.
Okay, can we talk about X-Files now?
Speaking of the pinnacle of our species.
We're all talking about X-Files.
X-Files is coming back!
Hopefully you're jumping in your chair or you're in your car.
Don't jump in your car.
So basically Fox is bringing back The X-Files.
This is not going to, it's not going to be a whole season.
But it is a six episode miniseries.
Do you remember they did that with 24?
Yeah, oh right.
Yeah, they did this special like, it was a, a big to-do where they brought back Jack Bauer.
I met him, met him this weekend, by the way.
Gotta tell you about it.
That's a weird name drop.
But yeah, that's, that's.
That's, that's really cool.
He was at a bar I went to.
It better be as cool as, as I hoped.
But the, the even more amazing news is that David Duchovny, Gillian.
Is it, it's Gillian Anderson?
I think it's Gillian.
It's Gillian Anderson.
And executive producer Chris Carter are coming back.
So they're all coming back.
For six episodes.
For six episodes.
Oh my god.
Yeah it's gonna be great.
And it's coming to TV.
I like the quote that Carter released.
It goes, I think of it as a 13 year commercial break.
[LAUGH] That's a really long commercial break but okay.
The good news that the world has only gotten that much stranger, a perfect time to tell these six stories which shows like successful sci fi shows that are happening right now.
Like Blackaneer and stuff like that.
This is, there's never been a better time.
That's exactly right.
And thanks to Netflix, a lot of people have caught up with all the stuff they've missed.
On X Files.
Speaking of Netflix and X Files, this is an important piece of ad, advice for you.
I am assuming because X Files will be coming back to Fox.
Get in your viewing now.
Because it's not gonna be on the networks very for very long.
Yeah they're gonna take it.
Like I don't think it's gonna be on Netflix and I think it's Hulu.
I think they're both, on both of those.
I would, I would highly recommend if you have not caught up.
Get it done sooner rather than later.
But, I mean, we thought this was gonna hap, well like, there was like rumors about [UNKNOWN] company was gonna be involved.
And, and, and, like, this was happening, but it was confirmed today that they're filming this summer.
So that there, there's.
There's your reality, folks.
It's, it's actually happening.
So again if you haven't watched The X-Files, make sure to catch up like Ashley said.
So that you know what's coming up.
Now a small piece of trivia.
Creator of Breaking Bad.
Wrote for The X-Files.
Yeah, yes he did.
I'm really curious to see if maybe they bring him back to write an episode.
You know they're gonna do that.
That would be so great.
I, I'd put money on that.
We had such a good episode.
I heard we had some really good writers.
This to come back and, and be a part of it too.
I hope so.
I really hope so.
Which would be fun.
So, so that brings us to our hashtag of the day which we're gonna read in two days and I'll explain why in user feedback.
Our hashtag of the day is TDTVEVENT.
And the question is what canceled show do you wanna see brought back for a small miniseries?
A special event miniseries run whether it's like one episode like 24, they did like two of them I think.
They did a couple.
Or if it's something like this, a sex episode miniseries but it can't be any more than six episodes.
You get like half a season.
What show is it.
Obviously I know a lot of you out there are going to say Firefly.
I'm going to make that exempt because that's always the number one answer.
Fair enough you're absolutely right.
So it's all Firefly.
I mean and I agree with you.
And now that it's fox.
Maybe you never know.
But let's just guys.
I feel like you've got an answer loaded up, so why don't you go ahead and start.
You can start.
It's the winner of Esquire's.
The data bracket this weekend about like which cancelled show needs to be brought back, I voted, Pushing Daisies was number one.
So, I say, six more episodes of Pushing Daisies.
Pushing Daisies was number one.
They beat Firefly.
I call hoax.
I love pushing daisies.
[INAUDIBLE] We've got to bring the pie maker and we've got to bring like olive snook and the darling mermaid mermaid darling.
That show is the best show and it was canceled too soon.
It was, it was a terrible casualty of the 2008 writer's strike and we need it back.
Boutique travel, travel boutique.
Is I think was one of them.
We're gonna stay in a core decor.
That was a great show.
That was a great show.
It was Bryan Fuller.
Is currently busy doing Hannibal.
I don't know if you know.
He was, but he was pushing Pushing Daisies hard.
Edison Pushing Daisies.
He was pushing alright, and the like me, and Wonderfalls, I mean just so many.
Yeah, like me, like the like me.
Nobody knows Wonderfalls.
Amazing great show.
Don't pretend like anybody knows Wonderfalls.
Wonderfalls was great.
So good, amazing show.
Alright, alright, alright.
Pushing Daisies, that what I say, what you think?
I wanna know what.
What else is on the list but I, I want Clone High to come back for a short run.
Oh Clone High.
Clone High if you don't know was an animated show that was on MTV of all places and it was done by Chris Miller and Phil Lord.
I remember this.
They did the Lego Movie.
They also did 21 Jump Street.
They did Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
And it was funny.
They have a very good sense of humor.
It starred Will Forte as Abraham Lincoln.
And I forgot the rest of the stars.
Yeah, I don't remember.
Well, you probably wouldn't remember.
He's also busy right now in The Last Man on Earth.
Yeah, but, you know.
Do you want my second choice?
You don't remember Cop Rock?
Cop Rock was a show.
I don't think any.
I think maybe one person is going to be like oh Khail, you don't remember.
Everybody else is going to be like just skip this one.
Here's the reason.
It was awful.
It was the, it's one of the worst.
Denver the last Dinosaur.
That's what I want back.
Let's just take obscure shows.
It was a cop, like a procedural show.
Was he a rock?
It was a cop but it was a musical.
[INAUDIBLE] Oh okay.
It was a musical cop procedural and it was awful.
There was a, guys I'm telling you look up the Baby Merchant Cop Rock.
There's a musical number called the Baby Merchant.
It's the worst ever.
I wonder how much of this you're gonna cut out?
I'm not going to.
Well then I'm getting one last in, too.
Okay, go ahead.
It's about, it's called Poochinski.
It's a dog.
Yeah, it's about a cop that dies and inhabits a pit bull.
Come back as a dog.
And he has to solve crimes as a dog.
Seriously if you love weird internet crap, Google Puchinski.
And Cop Rock.
Punchinski and Cop Rock.
I'm going to look at Cop Rock.
> > Right.
Boy we just ruined people's day.
No we just made your day so much better.
Okay so that was X-Files TV TD event.
That's your hash tag.
Okay so tell me about.
Okay so let's talk about Sawyer really quickly.
Sawyer comes from this company called Rethink Robotics, and they have this robot right now called Baxter.
And Baxter is kind of he's huge.
He has two arms, he's really wide.
Like here's some footage of Baxter.
[LAUGH] The Rock.
Baxter is ginormous.
Baxter looks like a bouncer at a robot night club okay.
But the cool thing is, is that Baxter paved the way for Sawyer.
So here is Sawyer and you can see Sawyer, as they go through this video is a lot more developed than Baxter and he only has one arm.
And you might think that robots with one arm might be not as good as robots with two arms, but not the case.
Sawyer is in fact better.
So his focus is actually tending machines, testing circuit boards, and doing these really tiny small precise tasks that you might see on an assembly line.
So you might see people in, we've seen probably footage from electronic factories in China.
Where they're putting together everything and they have these people like testing out the circuit boards, doing all these really precise small tasks.
And they are literally lined up right next to each other very tightly.
They're packed in like sardines.
So what they're saying is, what they want to do is because labor costs are rising for people like that because obviously it costs money to take care of them.
They want to sell these robots and have the robots do it because the turnover rate in these factories are very high.
They can be up to 25% so 25% of your work force is just constantly turning over.
That's a quarter, that's a lot.
That's a lot of economics I'm trying to crunch.
A lot of math.
So much math.
But it's not job loss people are quitting.
Which is reducing the price of product.
They really don't wanna do that job.
So it's supply and demand.
It's all very complicated.
But so Sawyer fits into a two by two by five space.
So it's just a two by two space and five foot high.
And then his arm can reach down.
And his hand, like where his hand is there's a camera there.
So somebody could supervise what the robot is doing, and then there's another camera on the face of Baxter that can actually like have a better overview of what's going in the factory.
Smaller, it's faster, smaller, more precise.
It does cost more than Baxter.
It costs about $29,000.
But it gets 30,000 lifetime hours of use, which is pretty good.
And it is also sealed against dust and sprays which is something that obviously a lot of factories would like.
You never know.
But yeah, you're kind of taking down the costs of, you know, like I said, turnover and all this other stuff.
But that, that's their goal.
Is rethink robotics.
Why, if you didn't watch at home, why did it have eyes?
Why did it have creepy cartoon eyes that look around?
You've gotta anthropomorphize robots.
And you know what?
I get it.
It makes people more comfortable when it's a friendlier looking robot.
Like it's maybe a little bit more easy to think
Including the fact that, aw he's cute though.
Like isn't that adorable?
Yeah he's got the paper clip eyes from the Microsoft, the paper clip, Clippy.
He's got Clippy eyes, yeah.
That's a great video though they really showed off what, you know, the kind of stuff he can do.
So Sawyer coming to a factory near you.
It's a job.
I think they're saying they're selling them in North America, Europe, in Asia.
Like pretty much, like almost everywhere.
They want to sell them and like install them and see how they do in factories, which is pretty cool.
I'm sure somebody is going to correct us on the whole taking the job thing.
They're going to be like you don't understand economics.
Well it's just like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Where it's like his dad loses the job doing the.
Toothpaste caps to the factory because the robot can do it.
But then he gets a job at the end of the movie fixing the robot that does the toothpaste caps.
So they're making, there's jobs.
Fixing the robots.
I don't really like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
I like Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
So here we go we're back to pop culture.
Back to pop culture.
We're gonna take a quick break and duke it out over those movies.
And we'll be right back-
Place your bets.
With new releases.
You look like the Fighting Irish logo for Notre Dame.
[LAUGH] I feel like I should get you a little bowler hat.
And we'll be back with new releases and your user feedback.
And of course our phonetographer of the day.
So don't click away.
It's Tomorrow Daily.
Welcome back to Tomorrow Daily, you okay?
Are you, okay, I was gonna say, you're first punching then, then rock concert, I thought maybe you were driving a car for a second.
No, see evolution of dance, I was doing it.
Oh, okay, all right, good.
Well it's Tuesday, which means it is time to talk about all the things as Kail said, will empty your wallet, it's new releases.
Some really good stuff this this week.
Small, a small group of things.
Only three things.
But the number one thing-
Get a little bit of everything.
Everybody's talking about on the Internet is Bloodbourne.
Bloodbourne is out.
There you go.
There's all your money for this game.
A lot of people arguing this is the, this is a console selling game.
That, that maybe you would buy a PS4 to play this.
This is sort of a. I would say a spiritual successor to Dark Souls?
Like the Dark Souls franchise?
I have heard it is very difficult.
Yeah, what are the reviews?
I know GameSpot gave it a nine.
I read the review today.
Gave it a nine saying it's, a lot of people saying this game is very good.
Very, very good.
But also very frustrating.
That's a new thing these days.
You know, it's well, it's like Ninja Gaiden Black.
It was like, that game was frigging hard.
But, you know, it was everyone was excited to sorta this like, revival of really difficult games.
So I think is kinda the same.
The same, in the same vein.
Very, you know, obviously very visceral.
It's called Bloodborne, you guys.
You know what you're getting is what I'm saying.
Yeah, if you've got a PS4, it's like, you have to-
You have to buy your exclusives when you have a console.
You're like, [NOISE] I gotta, I gotta.
Even if I don't like those games.
Do it for the exclusive.
But yeah, this is definitely one of those ones I'm.
I'm very excited to check out on Twitch-
Because you get that taste of like, yeah-
Of what it is.
Is this my kind of game?
Is this my kind of game?
And I think a lot of people are already, you know, really on it.
Like people, I, like I thought I saw.
Well, Twitch said to change your passwords today because they got hacked.
Is that what happened?
I predicted there was some kind of breach so, we got all.
Everybody got emails.
Producer Logan, are you going to buy this game?
Yes or no.
Pierce Logan says no.
Logan says no.
I did not.
Maybe it's not his bag.
Plus he's so busy with GTA.
I was going to say he's busy heisting.
He's either doing homework or playing GTA.
That's true, that's true.
Which is also homework.
Or doing homework to do heists in GTA.
It's like he's doing his heist homework.
Okay what's the other one, what else do we got?
I thought this was really.
I've never heard of this one before.
I thought this was really interesting.
So this is a game on IOS it's called REBUS.
And if you've ever heard of Rebus.
It's like riddles, like these sort of visual puzzles.
And so they have this awesome trailer video, so we'll show you exactly what a Rebus is.
So you can see.
I love when you find this stuff because I wouldn't have found it otherwise.
Oh god I was looking and I was like what do we have today.
So look at M over the word day, obviously the solution is Monday because it's M on Day.
Oh these puzzles.
I remember doing these in elementary school.
They're kind of like that and so they
Give me another one.
What's another one.
Have hundreds of puzzles.
What's this one?
It's a T made of rain so it's train.
And then like the word.
The letter L and the, and then ampersand is land.
They're like little word puzzles.
You, you take other people on in doing [UNKNOWN]
No but there's
I think they said there was like
These are like troll puzzles like you were supposed to like cross a bridge, a troll.
[INAUDIBLE] been like.
Okay, so having a troll in your pocket.
Yeah, it's like having a [UNKNOWN] bridge troll in your pocket.
That's pretty cool.
How many hours have you logged?
I've played it a little bit.
Because I have the flight test.
Or the test flight demo.
But it comes out on the 26th so it's in a couple days.
Like the official version comes out in a couple days.
Alright fair enough.
And also in theaters, Home comes out this week for those of you looking for an animated film to enjoy.
I thought this looked really cute.
It's not getting amazing reviews.
It's not getting like 90% on Rotten Tomatoes.
But it does look fun.
It's about aliens.
A race of aliens and their leader who's voiced by the guy who does Sheldon Cooper.
In Big Bang Theory.
Are you gonna be all right there?
Is your head going to explode?
Do we have CBS executives that can come in here and tell us?
Yeah, I mean they really should.
The guy who plays Sheldon Cooper is good.
He plays the alien and then Rihanna plays a character.
It looks, it, it, looks really cute.
And I thought maybe, if you were so inclined you would go.
See this weekend.
Are you gonna look it up right now?
I'm trying to.
Don't point it out.
I keep trying to think of, I keep trying to think of when he won, when he won Emmys for playing Sheldon Cooper but I just associate him so deeply with Sheldon Cooper that it's, It's like, ingrained.
Oh, I just remembered.
It's Jim Parsons.
Oh, Jim Parsons.
Yes, of course.
Wish we weren't on this.
Screen when I was looking it up.
But yeah, Jim Parsons.
It's all good.
It's all good.
So there's going to be a scene where he goes [NOISE] Penny.
I thought that was-
Are you gonna go see this?
I probably will not.
I probably will not.
Didn't think so.
I don't think so.
I think everybody is waiting for the, I forgot, what is it, inside?
The Disney movie?
Oh, yeah Inside Out?
Inside Out, yeah.
I think everyone's waiting for that one.
You look at this movie, and you're like, that's not this movie.
I was waiting for that movie.
You're like, oh wait, that alien kind of looks like the Inside, no, it's not.
Kind of slow, kind of slow movie.
Okay, we're building up to the, the summer season.
So, everything's kinda whispering away.
Everything kind of whittles its way down and, then, explodes.
And, then, Avenger explodes.
Yeah, so okay guys.
Fall to pieces everywhere.
It is now time to discuss a, a user feedback that is going to extend for not, for two days, so.
So we're gonna get into user feedback.
You guys and your AR vs.
Oh, did they go, were they mad?
People went to town on this.
Ok, let's hear it.
I want to hear it.
So much feedback.
You're going to have to bring in some tomorrow from YouTube.
Because we got so much feedback I could only pull from Twitter and Email, and even then I couldn't pick everybody and we're going to do this over two days.
That's why I was saying we'll get to your TV event, Tweets, on Thursday but for the next two days we're going to do TDVRVAR which is a lot to say.
AR for sports.
Giving players interactive information while they're on the field or court is a game-changer.
That also seems kind of cheap.
Didn't even think about that.
That would be cool, though.
[CROSSTALK] If you had like, your, you know, you guys come up with a plan to huddle but you could do changes.
To the moves.
And it's all of a sudden just changed, like, and everybody.
You get it in your headset.
Ooh, that would be good.
But then it's gonna be like.
Wasn't that how they invented like, Rollerball or something?
I don't know.
I don't know.
There won't be any audibles anymore.
Okay, what else you got?
Neil wrote in and said I'm mot excited for AR but not all the broken bones I'll get from punching real trees while playing Minecraft.
Yeah, and killing chickens and whatever.
[LAUGH] Courtland wrote in and said, I would want AR just because I wear glasses but if VR was like in .hack or Sword Art Online then I would want VR.
Do you realize that was bad?
They got locked into the game.
And if they died in the virtual reality headset in Sword Art Online.
They die in real life.
I think, I think you mean you want AR and not to start out online but.
But you're, I mean you're, you're crushing it on AR.
Like choosing AR.
So most people, most people picked AR.
Okay but started online I wouldn't want it.
I wanna do that too.
So fantasy world.
Rick wrote in and said I'll go with AR cuz someday it's gonna replace every device we one.
One device to rule them all.
I hope HoloLens hits the mark.
I mean a lot people feel that way.
I want any AR that pulls it off.
To be good and work.
I want a competitive market a little bit too.
Yeah I want a competitive market.
Let's do this.
Chris wrote in an email and said I'm much more excited about AR because of it's potential to be useful throughout the day.
The tipping point for me will be when the AR headset is not much more than a pair of horn-rimmed glasses that can offer various levels of augmentation.
I do not want the device only to lay images over my field of vision.
I also want to tilt my head back, have the lenses go opaque, and be able to fully go online or watch media.
I like that, the lenses going opaque.
When the headset is a combination of Google Glass, a Vuzix headset, and transition lenses, I will be totally onboard, and even pay Google Glass.
What are Google's Glass prices?
I would not pay 1500 dollars.
I, if it did all of those things.
Yeah I guess so.
I probably would but.
And like the phone has like a thousand dollars at this point anyway.
I don't off contract, yeah that's true.
And then also just as a side note my friend Desiree who never talks to me about this show.
Sent me a message about the show and said, and she said that she thinks that AR is like the consumer friendly, the more mainstream consumer friendly product as opposed to VR.
She's like AR will, she feels like AR will be for everybody and VR will be for like gaming, like specific niche applications.
Until, until we start living in a digital world, meaning when we put it on we exist in, like
like Facebook is kind of like
It's like a whole universe.
I started reading that.
Okay, don't spoil it.
I recommend it.
Already player one but you should read that one.
I'm reading that.
I got in a [UNKNOWN].
I'm reading it.
But until that kind of thing starts existing it's just gonna be kind of a toy.
It's gonna be kind of like this fun thing that makes us think about all the possibilities.
But it's still going to be like not a thing that my mom is like, I've got to go get one of these did you see it on the Today Show?
She doesn't talk like that.
I like that though.
So, how's it split?
Tomorrow is going to be the VR ones?
No we're just going to do more for tomorrow.
So wait a minute, there was no people for like.
100% VR all the way.
Nope, no, nobody.
Which was shocking to me, because I really felt like.
But somebody made a good point and said with AR you could look at a wall or you could, you could have a screen and resize it to anything.
Like you could resize it to any size.
You could fill up your, your view.
You could make it small.
If, if you remember when we, when we first did the Hololens video that was the thing I was most excited about was I could be watching a TV and then just make it small.
A lot of companies are gonna go out of business.
I don't need a TV no more.
I think I'll always need a TV.
Do it on the toilet.
Just watch it.
House of cards.
I'll always a television.
I always need a television.
It is time for our last [UNKNOWN] of user feedback of the day, which is always our Phonetographer for the day.
George wrote in.
And I'm assuming it's George the.
He says, well let's squeeze him, love him, name him George, like Bugs Bunny.
I'm assuming it's
You are full of references today.
I guess so.
I'm gonna love him and squeeze him.
Love him and squeeze him.
That's kind of mean.
I'm sure this guy's smarter.
I like George.
I love George.
He's one of my favorite [UNKNOWN] Okay he wrote in and said after you said the iPhone was the best and the Samsung was oversaturated I wanted to share my pics of Guatemala.
They're not even at the top resolution.
Hope you like one.
I like his too.
I like these ones, I'm assuming, of his kids or just some random children he ran into.
That have birds on them.
But no, he's absolutely right.
He was absolutely right.
These are amazing pictures.
I absolutely will give you this.
They are incredible.
Very colorful, very bright.
Of course, the bird like really pops.
Like these are stunning pictures.
Galaxy S5, well done, super nice pictures.
But I wanted.
I always like when people call in like we're a radio show.
I always like when people call in, I always like when people e-mail in and they're like hey you're wrong and here's why.
And I'm gonna show you.
A lot of people say we're wrong.
I know I get excited about that.
No but you're absolutely right.
We did say the iPhone was the best one.
So it's actually good to.
The you know, someone step up against that.
And it did capture some of the, the F5 captured some incredible colors [CROSSTALK]
Now I want to see if anybody has a Note, the new Note.
The Note 4?
That, you know, people are saying that that's the best camera.
I want to see somebody step up and show me.
Show the Note 4.
I've heard people say the Note 4 is the best Android camera.
Like, that, I've heard that.
So I'm really curious to see what people can come up with who have a Note.
Thank you George.
Yeah so thanks George we love your pictures.
We want to squeeze them.
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