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Tomorrow Daily 134: Guest co-host Maude Garrett, a tomato-feeding robot helmet and moreOn today's show, GeekBomb's very own Maude Garrett joins Khail to discuss the merits of a tomato-feeding robot hat, a jacket that changes color based on the wearer's mood, and a 3D printer that fits in a suitcase.
On today's show a 3D printer that you can take anywhere you wanna go. A jacket that shows your mood to everyone. And finally a robot that's gonna help you running by feeding you a food that you probably don't want when you're running. It's Tomorrow Daily! [MUSIC] Hey, guys. Welcome to Tomorrow Daily, your source of all that cool futurology, robot, tech, 3D printing, and of course. All your stories from Maude Garrett. Hey guys. That's right. Ashley is not here today. She's dealing with her dogs again. But anyway more importantly we have Maude Garrett, one of my favorite human beings in the world. Thanks. You're just saying that because I'm right here. It's true. But Maude you are actually a host. On many, many things. What else, what else do you host on? Oh my goodness. Australian radio, I do entertainment reports, I run a thing called Geek Bomb. Yeah, your, your geek blood is, is real thick. You got real thick geek blood. I do. Look at you, you got Star Wars. If you're not, if you're listening and not watching- I've got Luke on my ****. Star Wars, like, yeah, Luke ****, and she's got a Batman. Chef. So we're off to a bad start.>> And we are uncomfortable already. All right so. Yes. Let's get on with our stories. [MUSIC] It's a good thing we're friends. Whoo! Tell you what. It's a good thing we're. [LAUGH] Yeah, don't throw something more than that at me. All right, so we start off with 3D printing. I don't know if you know, but 3D printers are like, you know, big machines and- Yeah. They're just, they're gigantic machines, well- But they'll print anything. Yeah, you can print anything you want. Well, why not be able to take that ability. Anywhere you go. Well one one creator actually did that. This guy's name is Jean Luc Yelmet, You did so well with that I know. I choked it through. But he created a 3D printer, well he didn't create a 3D printer, but he made a 3D printer that you can take anywhere. It's basically a case mod. It's extremely portable. Take a look at this. It's just in this little, tine case, and you just, in, in seconds I think, the, the sell is that it's in seconds, you'll be able to open it up, plug it in, and start printing. He even printed that little head over there. [LAUGH] What's really cool is that Jean Luc made this mod available so that you can make it yourself. There's there's detailed layouts and blueprints. [CROSSTALK] So, is it like an Ikea thing? Yup. Yeah, right. So he gi, he gives you all the tools and, and all that. And apparently it takes it takes like a few hours to make. And it takes like, I think he said ten hours to make, which is alright. And then only $200 to actually put together. Together so. Okay that's not so bad. So there you go. If you always wanted a 3D printer, why not make a portable one, that you can take with you to your friend's house. I feel like a 3D printer is something that no one ever though they needed until they had it, and as soon as they had it they're like I'm going to print everything, they're even using it in surgeries, like building prosthetic limbs now, cause they're printing everything out, but the portable factor, I'm like never really found myself going. Oh I need a printer, I can print this oh. What about if you're like at you know, someone's like, someone's like, oh can I borrow a pen, like yes you can. Duh duh duh duh duh. [LAUGH] And you just. Done, you have to wait for a while I mean obviously I mean it's it's pretty cool, it's just, it's a case mod, a lot of people haven't been doing really anything cool, with the 3D printers themselves. So it's cool to see. Not yet. Not yet. But see. This is the first step into portable 3D printers. So there you go. What would you print? There's was a head displayed in the video. Yeah. I mean, what if you broke. With your heel. I'm sorry to [LAUGH] I said, what in the world would you print, and you said a broken high heel. I was trying to figure out why would you wanna like have a portable if you wanna take it portable, why would you need it to be portable, if you broke a heel. What what if you sat in your car. What if you travel a lot. That's true. That's probably [INAUDIBLE]. So, what did you bring today? What is, what story do you have today? Well, this is something that's kind of combining not only spirituality, and your aura, but also, fashion and technology. You remember back in the day, they had those- When you break heels? Mm, oh that's what you were trying to do, nice segue. Remember those mood rings that you would put on, and it would change color depending on what mood you're in? Yeah. Yeah. They're like $3 at the corner store. Yeah. That's where I got mine. Still, I guess, yeah, alright. In Australia. They're doing that, but with, a, a hoodie, a jacket. This is kind of really weird. Everyone has an aura, right? So this is like electro-magnetic fields that [UNKNOWN] projects in different colors and it can only be seen either if you are a little bit gifted in that area or if you have a particular lense. Well, this particular [UNKNOWN] she is calling it [UNKNOWN]. She's designed a jacket that not only fuses that technology but captures your aura and is able to display it within this garment. Now it kind of looks like a python shedded itself and it's having a trippy technicolor experience Yeah There's ceramic weaving all the way through it, but, they've teamed up, somehow, compatibility and collecting data. That wirelessly transfers it into this hoodie, and displays the color of your aura. It reads your aura. Yes. And this is a hoodie? It doesn't look like a hoodie. Yeah. Like you said, it looks like somebody skinned like a reptile skin. It's like a reptile. Yeah. Ok. Alright. But this is like the prototype. And this is something that they're displaying for the very first time at London Fashion Week. And you can book in to wear the jacket. And you can get your live aura tested. Do you have you, do, have you ever done this before? Have you had your aura tested? No. Okay. So I went to some sort of like- It sounds kind of hokey. Yeah I know. I mean we're on like a science and tech show, so we're already a little skeptical about like magic [CROSSTALK] Well apparently this psychic and spirituality exhibition that happens in Australia. You get your photo taken. And it shows your aura off. And whether it's strong, or weak, or different colors you know, you get to see what kind of person you really are. So you've done it, and what is your result? I had like, purple. Oh no! I know right. [LAUGH] that means... Not purple! ...that means everything's great in here! Pur-, what does it mean? Purple, I forget. I think it's like, a little. Creativity that's kind of been circumventilating within my body, but the. Creative on the inside. Yeah. That's it. But this makes me feel like a jacket will either red, blue, green, or white, so when you wear it, if you're feeling very nervous or anxious or angry, it'll turn red, if you're feeling very calm and tranquil it'll be blue, if like right now, I'm teaching and being social, it'll be green. Wow And if, if I am feeling psychic, and intuitive, it'll turn white. Okay, alright Yeah I don't It seems like there's a lot of technology involved and a lot of algorithms just to kind of wirelessly transfer which no one can see to the human eye. Onto a jacket, and I think, that- Right. ...why not just go, hey, Kale? So you wouldn't buy, you wouldn't buy this jacket? I'm kinda angry. Yeah. Or like. No, your jacket says you're angry. That brings us of our, to our hashtag of the day, which is #tdsenses. Mm-hm. So, we wanna know if you could have a new sense. What would it be, and how would you use it? I would like a sense of humor. [LAUGH] I would like that so much more. That wasn't a joke. Anyway, what about you? What would you? I would like, well I don't know, there's what, six senses at the moment? Or the sixth sense was seeing dead people. Yep. I saw that. [LAUGH] I saw that movie. [LAUGH] [LAUGH] Okay, no, but what would your additional sense be? Oh god. Have you seen the movie, Lucy, with Scarlett Johansson? Yeah. So you know how, like, she unlocks the capacity of her brain? Yeah. And at one stage sh, she unlocks telekinesis? That. I want that. You want telekinesis. Yes. Okay. That can be a sense, can't it? You brought up a good point though. Like, what you, in the Lucy thinking, when she can read the technology in the air. I'd love to see people's incoming text. Like as the, as they're coming down on their phone. It'd be like. Ooh, that's bad news. But I mean. Oh, that's not good. With this gadget. Bad news! it's processing, and there is data for a wavelength, so that, Yeah. I think is totally doable. Yeah. You can have that. We need that. We need that. Hack the system. Alright, so that is TD Sense. You can tweet at us with the #TVSenses. Beat that! Yeah, tell us, tell us what sense you want. Yeah. Again, sense of humor would be real nice over here. One day, Kyle, one day. Alright. So anyway, check this out. Meanwhile, in Japan! Mm-hm. That's how I like to title this story. A crazy, crazy robot. Has been introduced. It's always a robot. It's always a robot. They, they can't stop. And I love it. I love all their robots. So this robot, his name is Toma, Tomaton. Again with the name. You're nailing this. Yeah, Tomaton. This, Tomaton has been introduced and he's here to help you by feeding you tomatoes. While you run. I thought it was a pumpkin. [LAUGH] The [UNKNOWN] feeds you tomatoes while you run which is kinda helpful. Are you laughing at him? Yeah. He's like doesn't it look good. Eat that tomato. I say tomato. Tomato? Tomato. Yeah, we're going to fire you after this. [LAUGH] So the function is simple. You press a button on Tomata, Tomatan who is riding on your, on your back whilst you run, and he grabs a tomato from his, his abundant stock and holds it in front of your face while also mimicking chewing. Did you see that? Yes! I did! I thought he was laughing. He's, he's enjoying you eating. Look at him go! And it's like a dance. Whoa, over the head and into the mouth! Someones like. Eat it! That guy must be a serious runner if he's eating tomatoes from a robot. What is it about tomatoes that you need to sustain you whilst you're running? So check this out! It's, a Ko, a Kogami. All right, so let me back up. Tomaton was created by Kogami. Uh-huh. Which is a, very popular. A tomato juice company in Japan, and their logic is tomatoes have lots of nutrition to combat fatigue, and then they drop the mic. They literally said nothing else. They said tomatoes, combat, fatigue. Okay. So of course. It's very big. It's like. It reminds me of Luke when he's on the Dagoba system and Yoda's on his back. [LAUGH] That's true. It's like Yoda dating him. Yeah. It should spout out things in jumbled words. Or you could have. Tomato you need more of! Energy drink? [LAUGH] Huh? I'll be like, no Yoda, this is screwed up. So anyway, of course, this is a sort of, like, artistic type, promotion for the juice. Mm. It was, but, but, however, Tomaton will be in a race. He'll be in a fun run, coming up soon in Japan, in Tokyo, and then he's going to be in the Tokyo Marathon. What? Like a legitimate marathon. Riding on a, running, riding on a runner but they'll be a smaller ones. Okay. [CROSSTALK] So this is actually good That would have to win. Yeah. They have, I said, we hope he squashes the competition. I see what you did. I've got another one. You're juicing this joke. That's good. I hope he leaves the competitors red with envy. Okay, I just still can't process why on Earth you would ever put this on your back while you are running. Nobody's ever been like I could really go for a refreshing tomato. Oh. But that's why I picked this story because I thought it was really great. It was great. It's a fantastic piece of technology, but also confusing, by the way the the robot weighs. Look, he's so happy! He weighs about like eight pounds. Look at him! Like, he's not a light robot. It's like he's thanking you for showing him the world. Aww, he's so sweet. [NOISE] He's just here to help. Alright. So, that is, that is the, that's all for the stories we have today. We're going to be right back with a round of new releases, we have user feedback, and we... I need a tomator. We're gonna eat a bunch of tomatoes. So don't click away, it's Tomorrow Daily. Tomato. [MUSIC] [INAUDIBLE] pull it. I shouldn't have eaten 14. That's like He-Man. Yeah. I have the power. I could run a mile, that's ridiculous, anyway, welcome back to Tomorrow Daily, it is Tuesday. And Tuesday means we get a whole bunch of new media that includes movies, and you know, games? [CROSSTALK] Sometimes. Usually movies. What's wrong with movies? Just some games, music, and stuff like that. That means today new releases. [MUSIC] We do. We have a graphic for everything. I was hoping me. If I had said cost it would go to the cost graphic. All right so we start out with, we've got movies and then one other thing. But so we'll start off with Focus comes out on Friday. On the 27th. Yes, Will Smith, Margot Robbie. Oh yeah. This one's gonna be good. Mm-hm. Margot Robbie has. They're both gonna be in they're both gonna be in a movie coming out. They're both gonna be suicide squad. So it's very interesting to see if their chemistry works out. This is about two two heist people. I, I. Heist man and heist women? They'll do great. yeah. That do a heist and then split up and then meet up. Six years later and they're end up, they're on the opposite sides of heist. Uh-huh! So it's a lot of tension, sexual tension and criminal tension and who's gonna come out on top? And it's Margot Robbie, of course. She's 23. She's 23 man. She's 23. Really? That's it. That is all she is, age wise. She's just 23. Yeah, she was just born yesterday. That's pretty cool. What do you think? You think you're going to see it? Well apparently these guys were in the headlines during filming because their chemistry was so rife that they were actually saying that they were having a bit of an affair, and Jada Pinkett-Smith went, no, that's not happening at all. My man's happy with me. Ooh, she did that? Yeah, yeah. She did that. She, she had, yeah. Then, what did Margot? [CROSSTALK] I actually interviewed her for Magic Mike. Oh, really? She, she told me how satisfied she is in her marriage. [COUGH] But Margot Robbie [CROSSTALK] Shoot. She's gonna be Harley Quinn. And, I'm like. Yeah, that's gonna be great. She's perfect. She's perfect. Is she? Yep. That is like, the number one role we haven't really seen in a movie yet. And, if she's gonna go, hi Mr. J. She's perfect. Pudding. We'll see. I loved, I love her transi-, cuz she's British! No she's not! Is she, what is she? Australian. Oh! You need to go. I'm sorry. Where's a tomato? Those a, those Aussies are hard to handle. I can't work like this. Also, this weekend coming out: The Lazarus Effect. This stars. Olivia Wilde. Olivia Wilde! And this is about. Regenerating dead, dead bodies. So they. It's kind of like Frankenstein. So. It's kind of like Frankenstein. And Frankenstein. And Reanimator. It's more like Reanimator.>> So. In that when you and when you bring somebody back to life, they're crazy. And in this one, they have, like, powers. It looks like a lot of jump scares. Yeah. A lot of cool, like death scenes. What's his name, Donald Glover is in this movie. Yes, he is! And he gets like, killed in the trailer. It's, it's. It looks weird. No. I watched the trailer and the trailer scared me. I mean, I'm not a horror person remotely and especially with jump scares, I, I would rather be doing almost anything else than watching that dead one. Aah. Don't Dover, run! Look at the dog. Yeah. That dog's so happy. It's real weird. And it gets ya. Very low budget, though. But for a low budget movie it looks really good. Really? Oh! And Olivia Wilde or Mark Duplass, their names aren't even in the headline in the in, in the billboard. Really? Did you notice that? Yeah. It's really strange. Yeah, and Olivia Wilde is, is, is a household name. But the dog got top headline, so. Yeah. Fido. He's got a really good agent. Fi-don't. Wow! [INAUDIBLE] Wow, you could write B-movies. That's pretty cool. [LAUGH] Are you gonna work this one? I dunno maybe I'll wait until I accidentally watch it. Yeah I don't know. Are you? But you like the, oh I was gonna make a reference to you being a scaredy cat with the dog. Except I wasn't gonna use cat I was gonna use another word and didn't. I refrained. I'm an adult. All right. So, moving onto what's coming out on Blu-Ray. Big Hero 6. I love this one. Yeah, Big Hero 6, the animated film from Disney? Mm-hm. And it's, it's about a, a little. Beymax. Yep. Beymax is your personal healthcare profession bot. Little boy with that a health robot that helps him out. And then, he trains him to be a fighting robot. Mm-hm. And, it's based on a graphic novel. Did you know that? I did not know that. Yeah, it's based on a graphic novel. It's not very similar to it, they use kind of the same characters. Silver samurai is actually one of their enemies- Yeah, yeah. And, in, [INAUDIBLE] six. You told me in a second. Madness, what. No, they couldn't get the rights to him. Jim, he's evil dude. Yeah it's really great, Plot twist. You know if you haven't if you love all the like Pixar and Disney films, this is solid, great. Do you know what I love about this one, we've seen so many super-hero movies and yes it does get there in the end about saving the world, San Fransokyo, I think it's called. Yeah, yeah. Like they mix Tokyo and San Francisco together. But this one actually, really promotes science. And it's encouraging everyone to say, hey, if you really love building robots and if you love technology, go to University and study it because there's a huge program there. And you know, you'll have univertral, University lecturers and everyone on-site and all of these resources available to you to make. The ultimate robot and in this case it is Vmax. You're absolutely right. It's all about, Mm-hm. it's all about intelligence. Yeah. The kid, the kid wins because he's smart and he's, he's dedicated to his work. You don't have to get And his brother was also a scientist. Yeah. It's like. It's fantastic. You don't have to get bitten by a mutated spider to have powers. Yeah. You can have powers. Producer Logan really connected with the character cuz he kinda looks like him. Oh yeah, I see that. And he works on this show, so he's like I'm kinda like the main character. And I was like no, Producer Logan, you're not. You're better>> Yeah, until he builds a robot that kills everyone! Yeah! Well, yeah, he. Then you'll take that back. Maybe he is a robot that kills everyone. And the last thing that we have is criminal. Actually, I don't know anything about them. From an old [CROSSTALK] Coming out on IOS [CROSSTALK] Coming out on I-Pad, this one is a bit of a mystery. Oh, do you know about this. Do I? I'm a gamer. So this one is called, Crimenil, with an e, which is probably why you did the Ron Burgundy [CROSSTALK] Yes. in the, in the end of it. They just released this trailer out there, basically, it, it looks like Auto 1886 That's rad. For anyone else that's playing that on the Playstation 4. Yeah, that's got a lot of bad press right now. All I'm saying is that you can see that it's set in France, in Paris right there [CROSSTALK] It's a murder mystery adventure. I believe it would be something like a point and click. This one might be a Device 6, which cleaned up a lot of awards last year, which was available on mobile. And iPad. But I kinda like the murder mysteries out there. And you know, when you have it on an iPad you do. You go, get to explore around, you look at the evidence there, you solve a mystery. If it'll beat something like heavy rain, I'm in. Who's the developer? I don't know. Oh, all right. Well anyways, there you go. I read your story. [LAUGH] [LAUGH] Well I hadn't heard about it. They just dropped this one in on me. All right. Alright, so that's all we have for the new releases. Hopefully you'll get to check out, I think you should check out Big Hero 6, at the very least. I do to. I actually interviewed the, I'm just dropping names, I'm sorry, but I interviewed the cast of Big Hero 6, and, and, I kind of love what they're all about. And the, T. J. Miller? Yeah. Who played one of the, he played like kind of like- He's hilarious, yeah. The bro character in there, the stoner-esque dude, who has, apparently, a lot of money. He gave one of the worst interviews I've ever had in my life. He just explained unknown Jurassic facts. That's it. That was my big Jurassic interview. Did you ask him about Jurassic? No, nope. I think it must be my spirit animal. Bird animal? Yeah, I could see that. You're just a zebra. [INAUDIBLE] is yeah. Zebra! Zebra! Tomato! Oh! All right. Woah. We'll get away from that. Our next thing, of course, as always, we like to hear from you guys every episode, so it's your user feedback. [MUSIC] iPad. [MUSIC] We're on. So yesterday, we asked you what kind of show you would create because there's a YouTube kit app that came out. What kind of show you would create for this this app, this TDKids. Neil said an after, after an hour of watching YouTube, R. L. Lee. Er, Ermey pops up and screams at them to go outside and play. R. Lee Ermey. Yeah. There you go. R. Lee Ermey. You are not allowed to say names anymore. Screams, and tells them to go play outside. Right. That's pretty good. Said for an hour. Hour. After an hour, it tells the kids to go outside and play. That's a good idea. That's what Nintendo already does if you play the Wave or the 3DS. It's like, hey. Shouldn't you go outside and it shows a picture of the outside. It's like a window. It's like there's beauty. [LAUGH] Remember what that looks like? Huh? There's a tree. Trees got peaches on it. Not once did I look at that and went yeah. Yeah. I said get out of my way. I was I have first Zelda. My Pokémon need me! Link's gonna fall in lava if you don't stop. Alright so next one we have is Matt. He said I would like to create a Bill Nye The Science Guy/Tomorrow Daily. Co-lab STEM show for five year olds. That'd be awesome. I I'd host with Bill Nye the science guy. I'd just shut my mouth while he was talking. I've been rewatching Alias again, and there's a program in there where they realize that five and six year olds have the, their brain is growing at such a rate. Where that's the aid where they can retain the most amount of information and well. So what they would do is brainwash these kids to become assassins. And then they would use that code word and trigger it. Oh. And then all of a sudden, they've got this, you know, this, this army of trained assassins. Essence because they were brain washed when they were six. So maybe that's what they're kind of talking about. Yeah we should show them. In a non-violent way. Yep. Yep. Get them, get them smarter when they're five. That's what I'm saying. Yeah, tell them to stop watching I don't know. Blue's Clues? No, Blue's Clues is supposed to be good for your brain. Ben Ten? Ben Ten? Big Hero Six. There you go. All right. Up next, Joseph said. I would like to help kids understand the universe, how it works, and how it came to be. Plus the shows would cause me to learn more. Hey, Joseph, I think that's a great point, and I think that usually kids will go through either a dinosaur or a space, or both, phase. I had it all. Space dinosaurs. I was nine. Oh, space dinosaurs, I love that. Mm hm. I was nine when I really, I had this book and I wanted to know more about. The stars, the sun. And found out that the star was a sun and the sun was a star. That, to me. Cancelled itself out. Being nine, Pwwwft! . Yeah. But I also think it's [UNKNOWN] Rectangles are squares, squares are whatever. Yeah. But knowing that, you know, trivial matters on the planet as well. they're so small. You know? And we are just a speck, a glimpse in a whole lot of almost nothingness. But, to know more about space I think, will help kids with possible mental complexes. I agree. I mean, this is why we like Bill Nye the Science Guy. Is, he tapped into that, that int, [UNKNOWN] That interest into. Yeah, when we were younger. So, it was a kid show. Not in Australia. We didn't get Bill Nye. Suckers. On our next one is from Rick. He says a show about teaching the kids the etiquettes of the internet. Yeah, good luck with that. That's not how you spell etiquette. I know. But I'm just reading it. Oh. Like. It's E-T-T-I-Q-U-E. This isn't a grammar. Oh, E, T-T, okay. Like, why you should not use LOL in a personal conversation. Like, wait. So somebody's like, LO, like actually LOL. Hey, hey. If I write something and I just get LOL as a response, or if it's a normal sentence. They're like, hey you wanna grab lunch? LOL. I'm like, how is that funny. Nobody says that. Did you laugh? Because I wasn't laughing. Nobody was laughing. Because that's not a funny thing to say. Say. LOL. LOL. But teaching the Anakins of the internet is great. Yes. I think that'd be cool. But it's. it's gonna be hard to unlearn. It's gonna be hard to unlearn everything that we've learned so far. Being responsible for what you put out there, and the comments that you. You make. Juggling is dumb. You know how old that is? They put that on every Tomorrow Daily. They do, juggling is dumb. Who's juggling? I can juggle. All right so last, our last user- But it's dumb. feedback is of course our Phonetographer of the Day. [MUSIC] I really like that clip. Remember when we [INAUDIBLE]. I'm so glad you liked it. You did something. Yeah, we do need to do, okay so so Hanlin Lu. Yep. Sent in a picture, this is from an Xperia Z1. This like the first time we've ever had like an Xperia on the show, so that's impressive. There's no story for this. It's as cold as ice, against the [INAUDIBLE] Yeah. We don't know where it is. Can you guess where it is? Where this photo's from. Well, I know that there's a huge blizzard all throughout like New York, Chicago. Uh-huh. All of that area. So I'm guessing it's [INAUDIBLE]. You can't identify it. Hey, you're in Los Angeles, where there's perfect weather all year around, including winter. Check out this poor dude's bike. Oh no. He's not going anywhere is he? Yeah, no. It's Iceman's bike. I don't think. That's pretty cool. I, I talk in Celsius. Again, sorry being the Australian and the foreigner in here, but it's negative 17 degrees Celsius, which is what? Like negative 50? 40? It's very very cold in Chicago. But I've never. It looks colder than that. What is it? Negative 60. I don't know. Negative 17 degrees Celsius. [INAUDIBLE] That's what I'm talking. Somebody. [UNKNOWN] No? Alright. But, I've never been in weather that cold before in my life. Ever. Because you're. Australia is never. No. We have a cyclone, at the moment, in Australia. But no severe st, blizzards. Like that's a foreign concept to me. Are you excited to go check that out? Do you ever want to get snow ape. No, I don't want to build a snowman. [LAUGH] All right, let it go. All right, so anyway guys. Thank you for joining us. As always, if you want to connect with us, talk to us and maybe share your TVs, you can check us out. You can email us if you have a, a phonetographer. Mm-hm. Tomorrow@CNET.com. You can also, if you don't like email, you can send us a tweet if you want. You can. And that is @TomorrowDaily on Twitter. Add Tomorrow Daily on Twitter. You can also message. We're on, on Google. We're on Facebook. YouTube, don't forget to subscribe and like. Yes, please. Also, iTunes. If you're just listening to the podcast. That's pretty cool. And, not seeing our DC-heavy outfits. Oh, you missed out on my. [UNKNOWN] Which we didn't, we didn't plan. But don't forget to rate and review, and I'd like to thank Maude Garrett for coming down and being->>Thank you so much for having me.>>and filling in for Ashley.>>That was very random.>>Tell us where we can find some more of the, Maude power.>>I'm on the interwebs as well. You can talk to me on Twitter and I expect that's a colorful. Constructive feedback, which I'll probably get when I. You're making that face. I'm at [UNKNOWN]. You can see me on Instagram. I'm on Facebook as well And also Geek Bomb, yes Geek Bomb Geek Bombshells on Twitter and YouTube, and I do geeky videos And you also have that Start Wars thing coming up. Are you allowed to plug that Well I'm about to go from one Star Wars podcast to another, but I talk Star Wars weekly. But if you follow all the other things, then you'll hear about that. Yes, yes. So follow you on Twitter and you'll be plugging that stuff all the time. Yeah, the FOrce is strong. Yeah, with? With everything. That's my Chewbaca. What? That wasn't Chewbaca. Tired before bed Chewbaca. That was not coming out of your mouth. All right, guys, Thank you for joining us. We will see you guys next time and may the force be with you. [MUSIC]