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S2E10:๐ŸŒ IP Unveiled & Tech Tectonics, Plus a Dash of Sports and Super Bowl Whispers! ๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿ–ฅ๏ธ๐ŸŽฎ

February 01, 2024 BobbyD, D'Hustle and Raymond...don't call him RayRay Season 2 Episode 10
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S2E10:๐ŸŒ IP Unveiled & Tech Tectonics, Plus a Dash of Sports and Super Bowl Whispers! ๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿ–ฅ๏ธ๐ŸŽฎ
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Ever wondered how your computer chats with others around the globe? Get ready to demystify the digital dance of IP addresses and internet communication in our season finale! Alongside the tech unraveling, D Hustle shakes things up with the latest industry tremors, including leadership shake-ups and AI leaps. And let's not forget Raymond's golden insights that are bound to give you that 'aha' moment. It's not just the tech we're wrapping up; my sports predictions take a hit too, but there's plenty to look forward to as we dissect the narratives shaping sports and technology.

Buckle up as we zoom in on the importance of internet and system savvy, teasing our upcoming open-source courses to skyrocket your tech talents. The gaming world's tectonic shifts haven't escaped our gaze, with Microsoft's strategic layoffs and the seismic acquisition of Activision being dissected in our Tech Talk. We'll toast to Joanna Ferries' big promotion and ponder the chess game behind Call of Duty's cross-platform play. It's a whirlwind tour through the tech landscape that's as educational as it is entertaining.

The final stretch of our season brings a blend of sports, culture, and tech that's as unpredictable as a Super Bowl play. From celebrity relationship speculations to the NFL team dynamics and Super Bowl forecasts, weโ€™ve got the play-by-play covered. Weโ€™re closing out this season with an outpouring of gratitude to you, our dedicated listeners, and a sneak peek at what's brewing for season three. Stick around for a wrap that's as heartfelt as it is insightful, and remember - the tech talk never really ends.

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Speaker 1:

Alright, fellas, I think we're about to get started with. Uh, this is episode number 10, kid, yeah, yeah, season number 2, episode 10, right, raymond? Yes, sir, last one, how you say it in Creole Deez Deez In Spanish is yes, yes, welcome, welcome, welcome everybody to season number 2, episode number 10 of the Tech Hustle. It's your boy, bobby D, and I got the crew here hanging out with me. D Hustle, what's good with your player? What's going on Feeling?

Speaker 2:

good about the weather.

Speaker 1:

Oh, I know you are man.

Speaker 2:

Yes, sir.

Speaker 1:

And Raymond, how you doing player.

Speaker 3:

Not feeling good about the weather, diane. Oh my gosh Heater on all night heater driving here. Uh huh, hot chocolate coffee.

Speaker 1:

I like it, this guy, he needed everything. You should have brought out the chinchilla, right, that's it.

Speaker 3:

What you bringing out 60,.

Speaker 1:

right now it's about 60, 62 degrees down here in South Florida Beautiful weather, ladies and gentlemen, definitely want to encourage everyone to bundle up. It sounds like we're going to have another few more days of this, so Maybe the snow birds will leave. Yeah, that's exactly what it is trying to send them back home, right, All the traffic that we get down here.

Speaker 2:

You brought the weather down.

Speaker 1:

But yo big shout out to everybody for tuning in to episode number 10. Yes, yes, yes, this, this Deez Deez, there you go. Yes, in Spanish, in espaรฑol, but we got a real nice pack show for y'all today. We got some really good conversations coming up. Let me give y'all a quick rundown of the show here. I'm going to kick off with a tech talk, talking about how does the internet work. It's a question that came in through our listeners, so big shout out to everybody that's reaching out and letting us know, definitely, definitely letting us know the tech and stuff that y'all want us to talk about. So we're going to enlighten you. Then we're going to have D hustle come on with some current events. It sounds like we got some new CEOs, Apples obviously doing something, something happened at Microsoft and a few other AI things that are popping up. And then we're going to have my cousin Raymond don't call him Ray Ray, oh my God, my God, he's going to fill us in with some nuggets, and y'all better tune in on that for real. I'm mommy waiting, for sure, for sure. And then D hustle is going to. We're going to spend a little clip on some sports this past weekend. I don't know everybody's predictions, but none of mine's came through. None of mine, I have been crickets, crickets.

Speaker 2:

It did not come too far.

Speaker 1:

But we'll get back into that with D hustle running that section and we got a sponsorship that we're going to shout out Big shout out to marvelous creations for us to start off, and we'll make sure we bring up some of her stuff she got going on and then I'll close it out at the end with a few more announcements. How's that sound?

Speaker 2:

Without the nuggets. You need the nuggets, we definitely need the nuggets Right.

Speaker 1:

How's that sound? Are y'all ready for that? How about the audience? What do y'all think? Y'all ready for that? All right, we're going to jump right into the tech talk. Here we go. Thank you, d hustle, for that intro. Our tech talk. Today we're going to be talking about how does the internet work. Now, one thing that I want to just quickly mention is I was listening to our last few episodes and we were definitely been talking about some high level tech and I've sometimes feel like I raised the bar a little too high, where I need to make sure I give some clarity for those that may not be familiar with some of the tech that we're talking about. So I had a question come in from one of our listeners, more or less just asking hey, can you teach us something basic in the sense of if I go to a job and they ask me a question, hey, how does these computers work, or how does the internet work, how would I answer that question? So I was like you know what? I'll accept it because that's actually one of my interview questions that asks engineers especially if you're applying for a position in the systems engineering, cloud engineering, devops, even the software engineers. How does the internet work Like? If you can go into details and tell me I can off rip understand if you are real engineer of the internet, because that's what we are. Raymond, have you ever heard that question before in an interview?

Speaker 3:

I have not personally, but that's a great question though.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, for sure, for sure. So I'm going to give you all just a little bit of the nuggets and definitely appreciate you, raymond. I was jumping in and remember our newsletter is where you can really dive more deeper into the content that I'll be talking about. But I'm just going to give you some surface stuff. So one thing that I've always want to make sure I mentioned when I'm talking about how does the internet work, is number one, that the phones that we walk around in our pockets are actually computers. Let's get that first, and then our laptops, our computers themselves. But the second part of that is is that every computer you carry talks to another computer. Don't think that the cloud is just this mysterious bubble in the air, that there is nothing on the other end. Technically, you're talking to another computer. So one of the things that computers used to talk to each other is something called an IP address. You ever heard of an IP address?

Speaker 3:

Yeah, right.

Speaker 1:

An IP address is literally like a phone number for your computer, so that your computer knows how to talk to other computers and when that computer sends a packet back, which is a byte across the internet, back to it, it needs to know what the phone number is, right. But the thing about using a phone number is how many of you actually remember phone numbers? I remember yours, you remember yours, I remember mine.

Speaker 3:

I remember mine and maybe yours.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, right, maybe like two or three phone numbers In the days we used to have to remember phone numbers, right?

Speaker 2:

I used to have a book.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, we all had that book. The D Hustle said my book was kind of thick, though that was a black book. Yeah, a Rolodex? A Rolodex, right? Yes, sir, but the internet itself is the same way as that. We, as humans, we don't deal with phone numbers, we deal with names, like we do on our phone. But more or less computers also have this address translation service called DNS. You ever heard of DNS, Raymond? Yes, it's a name service. It basically converts your phone number into a name and converts it from a name to a phone number, and it's just like something called the yellow pages. Do you remember the yellow pages back in the day? I do.

Speaker 2:

I remember these jobs that they come, they write in the bike store and you let them pages.

Speaker 1:

Yeah yeah, for sure, and that was the only way that you could find about businesses, or they used to have white pages. You remember white pages.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I was going to say that the white pages were there.

Speaker 1:

And you could actually look up somebody's name and find their phone number there. Yeah right, back in the days we really had that type of Rolodex and what computers actually invented was yellow pages of the internet called DNS, and that does names resolution. So when you're on the internet and you're going to a webpage like wwwgooglecom, igcom or whatever, your computer's automatically doing a translation saying, hey, you need to go talk to this phone number. Now, when your computer talks to the internet, there's a few devices that you have in your house. One of them you might just call it your Wi-Fi, right? Whenever I hear somebody say Wi-Fi, sometimes I'm like oh, do you know that there's actually more than just the Wi-Fi that you're connecting to? Right, so the Wi-Fi is your internal network, but you have to connect out of that Wi-Fi into something called a router that connects to a modem, right? I don't know if you all remember back in the days, the modem, the sound of a modem. Do you remember that sound? Yeah, right, screeching, sorry, yeah, some crazy sounds. I know you went in there. Yeah, exactly right, the whole house knew you were connecting to the internet. Nowadays we don't have to do that because it's always connected, but that's more or less. Yeah, you know, just fill people in, especially for the new eggs Back in the days when we used to dial into the internet. If somebody else picks up the phone, it actually disconnects you from the internet because that phone line was taken by the internet connection. But that's just another 1980s, no, 1990s, 2000 era.

Speaker 2:

Especially when you're trying to record online while you're too.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah for sure. Yeah, when you're trying to download a whole album, it took you three days, but that's way back in the days. But back to you know, doing a name resolution Wi-Fi connection. But once you connect your modem to the internet it's just like a highway, literally you have access to all the other phone numbers and all the other computers on the internet and, with your name resolution being DNS, telling you what IP address to connect to you, go to your ISP, which is your service provider, and then your service provider sends you that connection to that data center or that location or where you're connecting to, and then, once it gets there, they process your request and they send it back. Right, and I know this is like really simplifying the idea of how the internet works. Just know that the internet is literally wires connected all around the world. We've talked about it a few times on the show that Elon Musk is shooting satellites up there called SpaceX. No, not SpaceX, starlink, I'm sorry, he uses Spakessets to send it up there, but it's Starlink, these little satellites that now we don't really need as much physical wire. But just know that there are literally fiber optic cables that run from one coast of the country all the way to another country. There's one that goes from here, south Florida, all the way to Europe. There's wires that go from South America all the way up here to United States. I mean, literally, just think of the world with a web around it. That's literally what the World Wide Web is and how we're all connected. Now I know we can go into more details about networks and all that stuff, firewalls and how do you build systems so that people don't hack into them and all that stuff, but in general, at the basic level, that's how the internet works. It's a phone number that we connect to, we type in the web page we go into. There's a yellow pages that does a name resolution and then it just sends the traffic there for you to be able to connect to it.

Speaker 2:

That's crazy.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, man, that's how simple it is right.

Speaker 2:

I wonder how much people spend on those yellow pages.

Speaker 1:

Oh my gosh right, how much money you spend just to make yellow pages. When you talk about the old days, how thick those books were and how many pages they were right. All the tree waste, yeah for sure. But now we don't really need as much because everything is available on the internet majority of it and definitely want to encourage you to develop this skill set and really understand how the internet works, especially us as engineers of the internet, and definitely want to encourage y'all to develop that. How's that sound y'all?

Speaker 2:

Sounds good to me, yeah.

Speaker 1:

Oh.

Speaker 3:

I had a question for you. Yeah, well, what up D? What's the statement? Oh, rain, I'm sorry, what up D Statement slash question. Yeah, so you know, when I first started getting into IT and computers and all that I had an instructor always told us, but I wanted to get your opinion on this he always said that internet is free. It's just how to get on the internet like how. The means to get on it Like we do is not free. That's why we get charged for it Is. I wanted to get your feedback.

Speaker 1:

Yeah for sure, like the internet is free. So it's almost like if you can get on the highway, you're good, right, you don't need to pay tolls, you don't need to pay gas. But once you to get on the highway highway you have to pay back. In the days they used to actually charge us for the amount of internet we used. I don't know if you all remember those different type of plans right On your cell phone.

Speaker 3:

It would like hey, you can only use 10 mag, you can only use a gig or something like that.

Speaker 1:

That's how they were making money off of us, right? Because they were like hey, we can get you access, but we're going to monitor how much you use and then we're going to charge you for that. And they've moved away from that because it wasn't really profitable. Because there's so many people want to get connected, they're going to make money regardless, right? But there's also this real crazy thing that, depending on where you're at in the world, they may charge you one price to get connected versus another. Like here in the States for us to get Comcast, what they charge out probably like close to $100 a month to get connection from your house, right?

Speaker 2:

AT&T has a one gig for like $85. Yeah.

Speaker 1:

One gig for $85. Right, and it's like that's what you're paying for is to get connected to the internet. Right, and they don't charge you to use the internet. So that's, that's where the that's the hustle, right there.

Speaker 3:

Okay, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 1:

But if you in other countries, they they charge pennies and dimes to get connected and or you used your cell phone network, right? The cell phone network is just like your wifi at home. If you have 5G, it's almost maybe as fast as what it is at home, right? But there are some countries that are still on two G's, one G um. Their bandwidth is just really really slow. But the costs to get connected they're going to be a lot cheaper than what it is over here, okay, yeah, I was wanting to you know, get your opinion on that statement yeah, Me and I one. One day we might have our own ISP network and people get connected to us through us, right? And we never know, Right? But all right, fellas. Well, thank you all so much for listening into the tech talk.

Speaker 3:

Thank you for that.

Speaker 1:

It's for nation they definitely want to encourage everybody to level up on this skill set, because one question I asked engineers is tell me how the internet works. So before we even start writing code or talking about system development stuff, understand the basics first. Another plug I'm putting there real quick we got courses coming out. Yes, sir, github link, yeah, yeah, throw it out there, right Out there. These courses are going to be talking about these basic things on how computers work.

Speaker 2:

Sorry, but this is real nuggets.

Speaker 1:

No offencing. So we have some courses out there, already posted on GitHub. They're all open source, so definitely check them out. We ain't charging yet, but before you know today's prices is. Yesterday's prices. How does this? How does this thing go?

Speaker 2:

Yesterday's prices. It's not today.

Speaker 1:

There we go. Thank you, d hustle. You know I butchered it, but you got it. But big shout outs, definitely. Yeah, I know I butchered it, it's all right, but anyways, definitely check us out on GitHub. We have some courses out there just throwing a little plug and definitely want to get everybody leveled up on these skill sets, including how does the internet work. All right, fellas, all right, thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you so much, all right. All right, so it sounds like we're going to be running on to the next segment here. Let me see if I got something for D hustle. Let me see.

Speaker 2:

You got something for me. Oh, sure For sure.

Speaker 1:

Official breaking news, and why here at the Tuck hustle what?

Speaker 2:

up D hustle. Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Beautiful weather today. I am your man D hustle here with a little bit of news like Microsoft lays off 1900 people. Microsoft lays off 1900 people from Bizarre and Xbox employees.

Speaker 1:

No boy Crazy.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, that's, that's crazy, but I kind of wanted to pick your brain on that. What up now? Microsoft admitted a few months ago. They came out and said they said flat out, we have lost the gaming wars. They just said Sony has won this. So do you think this is kind of in relations to that?

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I would. I mean, it's sometimes this is how they initially wave the white flag, in the sense of like acknowledging, you know, the margins that they have in the gaming industry. And if, at the end of the day, they're not making that bread, I mean you can't expect them to, you know, keep things and keep those doors open. So it's kind of crazy during this time where companies are really tighten the belts and finding these reasons to cut staff. But hey, if they're, if they're not getting the market share that you, they try to be the top company, right?

Speaker 3:

So yeah, it's just to speak to that. You know my son's birthday was a couple weeks ago.

Speaker 1:

Happy birthday Justin.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, so he made a mistake. You know, I went on Amazon to get him a you know a skin for his AirPods and I got him an Xbox skin and he was offended. He turned this. It was like that I don't want this. This is an Xbox skin. So that right there, just kind of relating to Microsoft, have they, you know they just, and with the kids, you know, they're just all about Sony. And my son was like I don't want this, return this back.

Speaker 2:

So I like it already.

Speaker 1:

So so basically, your son said you need to stay up on this game before you get on the show.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, so yeah, that just kind of you know, just that's crazy though with the 1900, but laying off the folks and yeah, like Xbox they, like you said they lost yeah.

Speaker 1:

They lost. There's some other news on that too. Right D hustle.

Speaker 2:

Yep, Yep, Yep. I mean from what they say in the air with that blizzard which is the president of Mike Yarber from Penalty Herrera has decided to leave Mm, but the good news is they promoted Joanna Ferries as president.

Speaker 1:

Oh, let's give her a round of applause.

Speaker 2:

Oh, shout out Taking out who you know. So, you lay off almost 2,200 people.

Speaker 1:

Uh huh.

Speaker 2:

But let's get Joanna, because somebody just gave up. But yo shout out to her.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, for sure.

Speaker 2:

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful progress over there. She was the from what I was advised here was the general manager of Call of Duty.

Speaker 3:

Oh, ok, and that's another little thing off of this. So Microsoft bought Activision, right. We make Call of Duty, yeah, yeah, call of Duty is on the PlayStation, right. So that's kind of weird though, isn't it? Or is it not weird, I mean you?

Speaker 1:

know they have to keep their options open, right, if I mean, it's almost like back in the day, the Halo wasn't Halo only on Xbox, or something like that. And then it's like, hey, how many people actually buy Xbox to get Halo? Right, and it's like the shift turns away from that. Right, it's like, hey, how do you still keep your foot in the pot? Well, not, actually being the chef is to, you know, allow your game to be serviced on other platforms. But hey, this is the game that they're playing. Right, it's they're trying to stay in the loop, but I don't know how long Microsoft is going to stay in that market too so you can see them split off and or somebody else acquire that asset and continue to make runs with it, but I don't think Call of Duty is going anywhere.

Speaker 3:

No, of course not. Yeah, they'd be stupid to like say, hey, we're going to only put Call of Duty on, you know, you know Xbox, or whatever. So yeah, but yeah, for sure, for sure, yeah.

Speaker 2:

But she was in 2018. She was the commission of Call of Duty and then her new role now is basically the president of Blizzard.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, she's running over there. Well, we want to send her big shout out to her. Shout outs Apple. What's up with Apple? I think every week we got something about Apple, Apple 18, just like one man, ramon, said.

Speaker 2:

You know they're going to have iOS 18. I have a lot, a lot of stuff, including AI. So right now Apple is still working on the next I, which we are on 17.4. I mean 17.3. 17.4 will release in March.

Speaker 1:

Interesting, interesting and expected to have.

Speaker 2:

You know trans kids for podcasts. You know updates for Siri New emojis, broken chains, mushrooms, slice of games.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2:

Dolan devices protection. I guess Apple's trying to do more things.

Speaker 1:

Trying to what? Do you think they're going to drop something with AI Raymond?

Speaker 2:

Yeah definitely.

Speaker 3:

It sounds like it, but it's going to be a while. Like D Hustle said, we're on, 17.4 is coming out and this is going to be 18.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 3:

So this thing is probably coming out to what? 2025 or something.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, probably, probably. But hey, they'd better get in the game before they get left back.

Speaker 2:

Talking about being left back. You know Samsung now has the Galaxy 24 Ultra that has AI in it.

Speaker 1:

Oh, let's give them a round of applause.

Speaker 3:

They I heard that they're.

Speaker 1:

I heard that they're a conference they had last week or two weeks ago that AI was the front of all that conversation.

Speaker 3:

Yes, yes, yes, yes. Conference in Las Vegas. Yeah, ai was the big buzzword, so it's on everything now.

Speaker 1:

Yes, sir. So, but I will say we were talking about internet earlier, right, imagine what's going to play with this internet thing, or playing this AI. Ai thing. Like internet is that they're giving you away stuff for free, but eventually they're going to start charging for this stuff. Right, I think it's going to be a while before customers actually see how much they're going to charge and the impact is going to be, but they're trying to get you hooked with their services that they offer through AI.

Speaker 2:

So let me give you some good and some bad here. The good for the Samsung Galaxy Ultra 24. The good the screen bright and anti glare keeps it easy to outdoors. Ok Circle, the search and call Translations are being very handy. So very nice when you go out. But yeah, features on that. Camera quality is very excellent.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, they always come with it.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I think their camera quality is way better, for me personally.

Speaker 1:

Am I? Yeah, I am the night phone. Really, yeah, I think so, I think so too.

Speaker 2:

I think they always at the front of the door, they always up there on top notch, I mean, if you compare the zoom is crazy.

Speaker 1:

I've actually seen that too. I don't know if you've seen that.

Speaker 2:

My buddy got my buddy hates Apple. Uh-huh, he's got Samsung. But I'm telling you, if the camera, I'm trying to do a zoom. So we did a zoom test on our phone to the moon. Yeah, I thought I was in the moon looking at his camera.

Speaker 1:

Wow, wow, big shout out to them. Yeah, I ain't got front.

Speaker 2:

They definitely got some good camera zoom and quality. My sir, and then seven years of OS and security updates, that's all the good that I have for seven years. Seven years of OS and security updates Got you. Here's the bad. The first thing they put up there is expensive.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

All right, that's the first thing they put up there. The price is $1300. That's nuts.

Speaker 1:

All right. Correct.

Speaker 2:

It is heavy and it has AI. Features are a mixed bag, just in case you did not know.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, question what do I care about having AI on my phone for?

Speaker 1:

I guess the thing is that first of all, it's a buzzword. Everybody's gonna use AI buzzword. Almost when blockchain crypto was first coming out NFTs everybody was using it. So it is a buzzword. But what they're saying is is that there are some Technologies that you can use that is built into the phone, that you don't have to leave your phone to go across the internet to go To run this AI functionality such as let's say I take a picture of something right and somebody's eyes are closed. We've seen this already, where you can click their eyes and it Reimages their eyes. So their eyes are open. Samsung or the red eye you remember when red eye now? You don't have red eye, no more drawing camera shots right right those type of Enhancements happen the quickest if they run AI on the device itself, right? So that's those type of things that they're gonna be using and taking advantage of what commercial you seen this on? This is the tech hustle commercial. If y'all buy, you better use our link.

Speaker 2:

What's up?

Speaker 3:

Raven question for you guys, since we're all talking about AI. You know it's a big buzzword and we're talking about you know which phone has the best pictures and all that. Did you guys see that controversy last week with the deep fake AI pictures of Taylor Swift, the naked pictures? You guys hear about that? It was her well, it wasn't her. Some kid or guy whatever made some fake naked pictures of Taylor Swift using AI and At one point, if you tried to search for Taylor Swift on Twitter, they blocked it. Wow. So they literally looked. It's so real that you know, yeah, this kid is probably gonna get arrested. I feel bad for her. So that's kind of one of the scary things with this AI stuff here.

Speaker 2:

So, yeah, I was hoping it was gonna happen, so I don't have to see her again. That's just me. Yeah so that's one of my other topics, so you took to that later. What's up into that?

Speaker 3:

Yeah, so just be aware of you, know we all got kids and everything like that. This thing is getting out of control with these deep fakes because of that's how powerful AI is.

Speaker 1:

So it is, bro. I mean, I mean it is. And when I first saw it, bro, it was like and the way it remind me of is when the internet first got invented like the first time that I was able To do something like connect to the internet, it blew my mind. Yeah first time that I seen AI do animation, response, conversation, imagery. It's at a different level, but the thing is is that we need to either catch up or you're gonna get left behind.

Speaker 3:

So yeah, I don't like the. I hate to be the Debbie Downer, but I hate the bad that you can do with it. Like you know, like it's targeting like kids in high school, like they're doing revenge porn on. Yeah yes, it's crazy so, but yeah, just it's scary man.

Speaker 1:

I mean, when the internet first came out, everybody was terrified of it. Too right, and until they started put some garro Still stand by the statement.

Speaker 3:

That was a mistake.

Speaker 1:

Ah, come on right. It's the best invention we're able to access anyone in the world. But yes, there are so many other negatives and downsides of the internet and I think we're going through the same thing with AI. So just bear with this wave we're on. But yeah, it's gonna really scar a few people though.

Speaker 2:

But I know they're not ready for it.

Speaker 3:

Yeah they're not ready for my defects, they'll be scarred. Come out some defects.

Speaker 1:

But you know what they ready for it's that time, it's that next segment. What's up, my guy? So let me introduce the guy. His name is Raymond Ray Ray, don't know. No, don't call him very, don't call him a big shot. I see, what's up player. What's up?

Speaker 3:

Bobby D, what's up? Do hustle all right man, so that you know, gonna lead into my first nugget, here got two questions for each of you Individually. So first off, the hustle. You're a big movie guy, right, are you, sir? Okay, you're a big movie guy. And also, so Don't know if you have seen or heard we had a major, major Outage on Friday. A couple days ago, this big company's Website, an app, went down. This kind of tailors to you, bobby D. How does a major company like AMC, which is the biggest movie chain in the world, mm-hmm on Friday they came out with the pre-release, or they open up tickets for Dune 2, which does not come out until March 1st, but the pre-sales open up on Friday, and it literally crashed their website and their app. How does this happen? By?

Speaker 1:

this. Let's give him a round of applause first, coming out with that. Let me tell you one thing that you all have to be mindful of is, when I talked about how does the internet work, I said something in the light of when your computer being your phone or your laptop connects to the internet. You're talking to another computer. Right Now that other computer has a limited of how many people it can talk to at one time. Right, some of that numbers could be in the range of a thousand to ten thousands, or hundreds of thousands of people that are connecting to it All at the same time. So what you have to do is you have to build computers that allows for more than a Thousand to a hundred thousand connections. If not, you're gonna go knock on the door and it's gonna be like nobody's there. Yeah, right, and literally, if they're not prepared for that traffic which they should have been right, it's a big movie announcements. I don't know what's up with their Engineering's over there, but hey, let me not bash them. It is a difficult job predicting capacity, but in general, you should be prepared for something like that, and what basically happens is is that too many people Connected at the same time and the door was just not open.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, yeah, just trying to understand, this is 2024, like you said like I mean what kind of equipment or how are they not prepared for? this yeah yeah, on Friday. So I don't know if you're a big sci-fi guy or not the hustle, but you ready for that movie. Cannot wait. Doing two comes out March 1st. Yeah, I don't know if you've seen the first one, d hustle or not, or yeah, I cannot wait. Me and my son are just so hype. So, yeah, on Friday the tickets went on pre-sale. Doesn't come out to March 1st, but it crashed the MC's website in their app. Yeah, probably not gonna watch it the first weekend, so not gonna watch it first weekend.

Speaker 1:

Yes, I'm gonna watch movies when it first comes out.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

I can't hear people chewing all these. Why you watching the movie?

Speaker 1:

but I'm sorry to cut you off the man.

Speaker 2:

Did you see? Don't like movies. Did you see the new row house coming out?

Speaker 3:

Oh, yes, what movie is it? Road house? Yeah, it's like a remake of the word. That looks good, it's good, we're really ripped for that.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, he did it rip rip rip oh yeah, this chance.

Speaker 2:

Check that out.

Speaker 3:

Yep, I did see that 2024 is gonna be a great year for movies guys.

Speaker 1:

Well. Well, now they have to be prepared for their site to go down because so many people's gonna hit. So, all right, what you got up, what else you got on the list playing?

Speaker 3:

all right. Since you know, we're talking about computers a lot today and we're talking about, you know, internet and everything like that. I want to give a shout out to Elon Musk doing big things. We did talk about Starlink. This guy's doing big things. Tesla I don't know if you guys heard, but he has a company called Neuralink. Oh, I heard about this one. You're really so. They just had the first human trials of implanting a computer chip in your brain. So are you gonna sign up for this? I see the face on D hustle here. So he's got a company called Neuralink. I'm relaying the information, so how much? I'm not sure, but you know the first one. He gets it for free though, or he?

Speaker 1:

or she, I'm not sure if it's a guy. So but, I will say so. So basically, what it is is that I read about this company Loki actually was almost interviewed with them when they're actually Installing these chips. That re listens to your brainwaves as you're thinking about certain things, and those things that it's listening to Actually translates into actions. So it's like, hey, I'm looking at this button here and I'm thinking about pressing it. My wave, my brain sends this wave that says hey, he's pressing a button, and then it actually presses the button. Like it's really crazy what they're working on, but I don't know if I'm ready for yeah, and who's voluntarily signing up for this?

Speaker 3:

like Bobby D says, it sounds really cool. It's gonna do some great stuff, like, for example, if you know Somebody a human or whatever loses their limbs and legs and supposedly you're gonna have this chip in your brain and it's gonna be able to control a robotic arm D hustle or a leg and it's gonna be able to detect Neurological problems and stuff.

Speaker 2:

Talking about old-school movies. I know I mentioned how you call it total recall. Total recall yeah, terminator yeah yeah, but have you seen Hobbes and Shaw?

Speaker 3:

When.

Speaker 2:

Idris, when Idris?

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

The bad guy, oh yeah, yeah, but that he has a computer chip already in the back. Yeah, yeah supposedly he has died In the movie, and then they re-bonged back to life as a computer wave slash with that chip in there. Just like Terminator Wow.

Speaker 1:

I mean, I'm a little worried though I am, I'm trying to figure out how they feel, that who they test.

Speaker 3:

Just had the first human and supposedly the first person was there, though alive persons alive so far. The first Progress, they saying it's pretty good, the initial.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, the initial yeah I had seen the tweet that he said he said like. He's the person, the individuals recovering and the initial test. I don't know. They cracked his head open to get that thing in there for sure.

Speaker 3:

But you know that's all positives and all that, but let me give you my beef on this thing.

Speaker 2:

Here we go.

Speaker 3:

My beef. And problem with this is you get this chip in your head, bobby, d&d hustle, and it starts advancing. Come on, you are going to have like. You are going to have like these two people, tapi, dude, hey, you were Randall Legit Google in your brain all the time, uh-huh. So it's gonna make you like the smartest guy in the room. It's gonna give you an advantage. That's not fair.

Speaker 2:

I like like. I don't like that.

Speaker 3:

It's like you're gonna have Google in your brain all the time, but it's not fair if I'm paying for service and I'm supposed to be outsmarting everybody? No, I'm not that's giving you an unfair advantage.

Speaker 2:

No, but he paid the extra mile.

Speaker 1:

And he went through the surgery. I thought he was going a different route.

Speaker 2:

Once they plant the chip and you had do you feel like you're gonna be controlled?

Speaker 3:

Oh yeah, I wasn't going that route. I'm going like it's unfair advantage yeah.

Speaker 2:

I hear you but hey, what about that movie? What was that movie that Bradley Cooper did, that he took some type of oh shoot, that he took some type?

Speaker 1:

of limitless yes, limitless yeah. That was a good movie great movie.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, basically takes these things away in the vans.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah knows everything had the upper hand from everybody for sure going on me millions and like less than a week less than a week, yeah, yeah, that's not cool. Yeah, that's like that. That's like an extra dose of Adderall types.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, that's not cool.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, but yeah, I don't know where this is all going in terms of us being really connected to these devices and computers.

Speaker 2:

I don't think we're gonna see it in our hand we're. I'll think the next generation will probably have a Better view, or of that.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

We might see when we really old. Yeah, yeah, yeah by that time. And now he tells me I'm gonna live another 15.

Speaker 1:

The house is it? I'm there. I'm next in line. I. Put me in the waiting list now, yeah, you know, and, and you know what I low key, and this is like north star thinking. I do this sometime when I'm really just thinking about when technology comes available, and I thought about this when I first thought of AI is. Imagine our consciousness being stored in AI, right, and then your AI being accessible by your grant. Great, great, great, great grandkids. Right is that your memories and your experience in life potentially could be stored for any generations to come. But now imagine them being able to plug in directly to your experience in life by having a chip in their brain, like I. I'm saying it's, it's soon coming, bro.

Speaker 3:

Listen to what you're saying. A chip in your brain, a computer chip in your brain.

Speaker 2:

I'm telling you, bro, it's happening, it's gonna happen and I want it, but he wants it.

Speaker 3:

Like yeah, I'm divided.

Speaker 1:

And, and you know what the other thing is, is that, and then I don't mean and you made me think about going left a little bit but imagine the military or what they have access to now, if, if, the, if, the out in public. We're doing this already, or? We're doing this now and did the reason why I bring this up and back to my first talk about how the internet was invented. The military was the main reason why we started to talk about having this internet right, so that was invented and worked on before, so imagine what they are already doing now right, I always the military is crazy perfect example.

Speaker 2:

Let's really two movies that's not Captain America. Yeah, yeah, yeah, military.

Speaker 1:

Yep, yep, I'm telling you it's, it's, it's common, raymond, we just got to be prepared. Pause. But in general, you just got to be prepared.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, well, I love those nuggets baby.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, sure thanks a lot, raymond. Well, yeah, go see Dune too. And yeah, you know, sign up for those Neuralink chips.

Speaker 1:

I like it. Oh man. Well, thank you so much for even for giving us some good insights and nuggets. I think we got next up some more current events stuff. Let me see if I got a little bit of something.

Speaker 2:

This guy's gonna butcher me no, no, no no no, no, no.

Speaker 1:

All right, d hustle, you're up.

Speaker 2:

What's up playing? Listen, man, I was getting back to your boy over here. That's crazy. That's crazy, that's fucking, that's crazy. In front of but Tila Swift is killing me right now.

Speaker 3:

Oh my god, marla the whole black and brown nation down.

Speaker 2:

Every time Kelsey does something do I have to see her picture.

Speaker 3:

I agree with you, I agree with your brother, yeah but when nobody talks about Olivia Cooper Cooper.

Speaker 2:

Olivia Cooper is Christian McCaffrey's wife. Oh, fiance. No, okay way looking way. Looks way better than Taylor Swift.

Speaker 3:

I'm sure picture what she looks like. Oh, okay, yeah.

Speaker 1:

Well, that's, that's the NFL, and I think it's really the NFL that's pushing this in terms of media and ask you you, bobby D and D hustle question. Do you?

Speaker 3:

guys think this relationship is real. Taylor Swift and Kelsey you don't see them kissing, you don't really see them holding hands in public. I mean, is this thing real?

Speaker 2:

I don't know real for the internet, yeah okay but we're real for the listeners and watches.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2:

So it's Matt, it's manufactured cheese was gonna go all the way as soon as you. Taylor Swift, yeah, well dude.

Speaker 1:

The other thing is is how about all these state farm commercials? Like it's not, like I can't get away from the freaking cheese bro. Like every corner I turn, yeah, it's like over there.

Speaker 2:

It's just your new Americans team. Oh, because I'm not the cowboy. So who we got?

Speaker 3:

I'm gonna give him yeah, but I think we're burned out from the cheese, so I'm done. Yeah, I'm totally sweet Taylor thing has put it over the top for where people are against him.

Speaker 1:

Well, I will say I'm looking for the Niners to pull it off.

Speaker 3:

Taylor Swift. Up to the Super Bowl. I'm gonna blow my brains out.

Speaker 1:

Oh man, oh man oh man. But, uh, you know, did y'all see him at the game? Hey, the Detroit game. He was definitely Thawed it up a little bit letting them, let the fans know how he feel.

Speaker 2:

Well, the fans got the revenge back, so let me give you exact who's going on. Kansas City we bought some more. I was disappointed. Yeah, I thought Baltimore was gonna make it happen for me. Yeah, lamar, later dud or you bought some more listeners that I lost money and you guys listen, we need a real. A week was going on over the important.

Speaker 1:

Wow.

Speaker 2:

My man's running. He's looking for the deep, big, humongous shot. Oh, del Beckham finally steps up at the end. They never did it to frame the, almost forgot he was in the game.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, he was non-existent.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, you know, they flowers. Try to do his thing. Stupid play at the end trying to dive, knowing that he could have just hold on to the boy, but he was hungry, mm-hmm.

Speaker 1:

I saw something. Yeah, it is what it is.

Speaker 2:

Uh, lamar took that loss. Pacheco started doing some crazy crap. Couldn't stop Pacheco. Pacheco was doing his thing, but it is what it is. Yeah, detroit hurt me.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, that's, that was another.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, campbell, he's they're gonna do at 30 for 34 on this. Yeah, oh yeah, on how to lose a game. It's already working on the 30 for 30.

Speaker 2:

Wow, man, that game confused the shit. I mean, how are you up 17 points?

Speaker 1:

We cannot close San Francisco, I mean well, they went into the half and they had it. Somebody talked to him for sure, though.

Speaker 2:

Do you think they're through the game?

Speaker 1:

Ah, nfl script writers are working OT that weekend, so I mean who goes four for four, I mean goes down, goes on fourth, with a field going in your pocket right there. They're kickers solid.

Speaker 2:

I don't get that. I couldn't understand them myself.

Speaker 1:

That's the part that I just didn't understand.

Speaker 3:

What? Yeah, you live by the fourth down and you die by it. Ah, it is what it is. Go down for the field. Go, dummy. Always take the points, Take the points.

Speaker 1:

I always take the points and force them to drive the ball down.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, I don't understand that thinking. You know it's not complicated.

Speaker 1:

And also think about the momentum on the other team. You on the defense side prevent them from making their fourth down right and then, all of a sudden, that momentum shifts right to the offense. And what's going to happen? They're just going to run it up, I feel bad for.

Speaker 2:

Detroit. Two years of San Fran. Ladies and gentlemen, is your Super Bowl prediction. Who do you think you're going for? I'm going to have. Unfortunately, I don't want none of the above, but if I had to pick one, I will pick San Fran.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, that's what I want, San Fran. How about you? Yeah, san Fran as well, I am over.

Speaker 2:

My predictions might not go well, because I did say LeMau versus Detroit and they both hurt me.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, everybody was picking that.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, actually that's the game that I wanted to see Detroit and Baltimore but I mean, hey, I'm going to support the Niners, they're definitely in.

Speaker 2:

You're from the Bay.

Speaker 1:

I'm not from the Bay. Come on now. Don't play with me like that.

Speaker 2:

I spent some time out there. Every time I say what team are you going for?

Speaker 3:

No.

Speaker 2:

You know it'll be San Fran because I'm in the Bay. No, no, no I'll eat some San Fran's of the offense Nah you didn't know it. Fun fact, Raymond, when I went to San Fran to visit this guy. This guy did not rep Miami one time.

Speaker 1:

Are you kidding me, bro? Are you kidding me?

Speaker 3:

That's blasphemy.

Speaker 1:

No, bro, ask him what was my and this is actually a trivia question, especially if anybody I work with at Twitter Ask them what? Don't you know your profile picture that they show you in terms of when you're as an employee? My profile picture was a Miami Heat hat with my red shirt on Representing Home Team. Come on now Give me a round of applause for that. That's cool.

Speaker 2:

He was really going for Golden State, because that's the time I was going to stay with him.

Speaker 3:

Of course Nobody's going to stay with me no, no.

Speaker 1:

Actually, when I first started working at Twitter, that's when LeBron was still in Miami.

Speaker 2:

man Jaden help me out here, jaden, let's be real. No, bro, jaden wanted to go to the state. Everybody was a Golden State fan at that time.

Speaker 1:

Well, the kids definitely were a little bit Golden State, I know it because I had to hear from you guys.

Speaker 2:

Oh my god, golden State, that's basketball team. But what about the heat? What about them?

Speaker 1:

Oh, no, no, no. But you know what? I throw some support to Niners away because they treated me well out there in the Bay and I got some good friends that I know are loyal fans over there.

Speaker 2:

Are you here at your first, ladies and gentlemen? Bobby's going back to separate Because the Dolphins didn't make it just to let you know where his heart is at.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I got a roof for one team. I'm definitely not rooting for the Chiefs, so I can't do this no more. But let me ask you this If they win, do they get a, like you said, america's team like goat status, you know, like New England, like, do they get that type of bar when they, if they win?

Speaker 3:

Definitely. Patrick Mahomes is in goat. He's already in the goat competition.

Speaker 2:

Well, he's the most valuable MVP. I'm sorry, MVP.

Speaker 1:

MVP Most valuable bundler.

Speaker 3:

State farm.

Speaker 1:

Yo, he's definitely getting a check, though let's get him around the plus and minus.

Speaker 2:

And Reed is getting a check. You know what this guy Kelsey Kelsey. For me it's like the new Gronk.

Speaker 1:

What do you guys think I?

Speaker 2:

see him. I see Gronk and a whole bunch of commercials. God bless the guy. He's doing a lot of faking commercials everywhere, but now I see Mahomes taking almost.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, for sure. I mean that's where everybody's putting their money behind right now, so he's the best. But I will say it definitely feels a little rigged to me. I ain't going to front.

Speaker 3:

And I said the NFL, their pen, the writers were on fire this weekend.

Speaker 2:

But in basketball news my nicks are doing well. I guess anybody wanted to know. Lakers took a dump of gun, just in case they got a lot to that too. Oh my god. You see, other than that man, the good season is.

Speaker 1:

How about the heat man? Put the heat up all day man, you know what?

Speaker 2:

The heat got a good pickup, they got a rosier, they had some good trades, can't complain.

Speaker 1:

Guess what's up, but Big shout out to the Heat Nation.

Speaker 2:

Shout out.

Speaker 1:

Oh, you're going to laugh at them?

Speaker 2:

Yeah, because they lost against the.

Speaker 1:

Suns.

Speaker 3:

One more little basketball nugget here. I want to just kind of throw this out there that I no longer am liking the Greek freak. So he first came in, guy was lovable, likable, but he's just become that player now that you can't root for him and like him. Now he got his crappy brother on the team who sucks. He got a coach fired and they hired another coach, the same, not even 24 hours. There's got to be some and you know it's all Greek freak Come on now. But uh, is he hanging out with LeBron? I knew you were going to go there so I knew you were going to go there, but yeah, no.

Speaker 2:

He might be hanging out with him. He's not likable.

Speaker 3:

LeBron didn't get his brother on the team who sucks this guy's?

Speaker 1:

brother sucks, hold on. Lebron got a son coming up next.

Speaker 3:

Oh, that's At least his son went to. Lebron got a brother. No, I'm just saying I mean, but I mean it's come on. He got the coach fired. He got his brother on the team. He's complaining about Jersey's not being washed. I mean, no, I'm like I'm done with this guy. He's not likable. So D'Hussell, come on.

Speaker 1:

Well, that's coming from Raymond's nuggets right there he put it out there and offered it. I hear you. I hear you.

Speaker 3:

Chasing the guy through the locker room. D'hussell for the ball. Come on, this guy is terrible. Well, what do you think, D'Hussell?

Speaker 2:

Are you talking about the incident that the guy was shooting free throws and then they took the?

Speaker 3:

Oh, I heard about that one. Come on, All these antics this guy is doing. He's not likable.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, he's hanging out. How about this? I'll put this, I'll make it easy for you In the All-Star game, if LeBron has the Greek free, then you already answered your question. Yeah, what do you think? Real deal with that? Other than that, ladies and gentlemen Black History Month coming up next month Just want to give you guys a heads up For sure.

Speaker 1:

Big round of applause for the month of recognition.

Speaker 2:

Superboys coming up If you guys don't know, ladies and gentlemen, and also, last but not least, valentine's Day. If you haven't got him or her a gift, marvelous Creations is where it's at. Big shout out to Marvelous Creations. We're taking you off the hook. Come on, let's get your orders in now. We're definitely going to make this happen for you. We're going to make a guarantee delivery on time. Stop playing around.

Speaker 1:

For sure, from South Florida, from Palm Beach, all the way down to Miami. Dade, awesome, big shout out to Marvelous Creations with her special menu that she has especially for Valentine's Day.

Speaker 2:

Indeed, stop fronting everybody. You know you're not going to make enough. And if you have the money for the Super Bowl tickets but I doubt it, oh, you was looking up the prices Throw them out there. So I'm looking at section 306, roll 13, 10,500 just for each ticket. That's only up on the top. That's almost like bleachers. What is it?

Speaker 1:

Nosebleed section right Nosebleed section. That is crazy A little bit more up.

Speaker 2:

You're looking at almost 22, and then I'm not going to even talk about the rest. If you have it, congratulations.

Speaker 1:

Wow.

Speaker 2:

If you guys don't have it, please do not put your mortgage up. Yes, please don't and spend that on Marvelous Creations. Yeah, that's it here for you. Stop playing around.

Speaker 1:

For sure, for sure, it's in Vegas this year. Right, yes, it is. Oh man, vegas is going to be popping. This is the first Super Bowl out there too, right?

Speaker 2:

Oh yeah, yeah, tickets are cheap right now. You're looking like almost $400, $500.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, to get to Vegas. To get to Vegas from me.

Speaker 2:

I already did.

Speaker 1:

He's trying to see what can happen. I know a lot of people that won't go to the Super Bowl.

Speaker 2:

A lot of people will just buy the ticket and will go to Vegas and look for the after party.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, that's going to be live, though Did y'all see the Formula One thing that they had in Vegas a few months ago. Man, they really doing it big, big in Vegas for events like this yeah, they shut it down. I can see it though. Well, big shout outs if you caught that flight or if you got those tickets to the game.

Speaker 2:

Shout outs, shout outs to you. If you don't need it, pass it on.

Speaker 1:

Email the tech hustle directly.

Speaker 2:

It's all with that, techcustlecom baby.

Speaker 1:

For sure, alright, fellas, is that we coming down to an end? Yes, sir, alright, turn the music up a little bit. Let's bring it all the way up. Well, big shout outs to the members of the cast here. We got D Hustle and we got my guy Raymond. Don't call him Ray Ray. Yeah, man, big shout outs to everybody, and I'm your host, bobby D. I hope you enjoyed today's episode. This is episode 10. This is the last episode for season two. Y'all, yes, yeah, man, let's give a big round of applause for a great, great season. We love you. We love you For sure. And make sure y'all tune into season number three that's coming up very soon, it's going to be fire.

Speaker 2:

Stop playing around.

Speaker 1:

We're going to have a few more guests come through. We're going to have a maybe even a little bit more different type of segments that are pop off and stuff like that, and definitely want to encourage y'all to follow along. The call to action is we're trying to up our subscribers on all platforms. Our podcast is posted on YouTube, it's posted on Spotify, it's on Apple Music, it's everywhere you can find. You know, I even found out on all the board. Our podcast is there. So, there's no reason that nobody can find us and definitely want to encourage you to tune in. We also have our newsletter we published last week. Big shout out to all our subscribers. I think we hit about 200 subscribers on our newsletters. Big shout out to them and definitely, definitely, big shout out to everybody that's supporting us out there through the newsletter, through the podcast and through all mediums. Don't forget about my plug that I mentioned about our ebooks and courses out there on GitHub. If y'all trying to level up, come and check us out, all right. The last thing I want to mention is we're going to ATL. Big shout out to you, yes, and Raymond don't. Big shout out to Raymond. Don't call him Ray Ray, he's going to pull up too right? Yes, sir, yeah man.

Speaker 3:

Looking forward.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, man, we're going to do some recording out there the podcast but we're definitely going to be attending a conference which is called Nesb, the National Society for Black Engineering Conference. We're going to be holding down over there, doing some resume reviews, supporting the attendees and definitely, you know, dropping gyms wherever we can. Hopefully. Now we're going to host an event, but stay tuned so that y'all can check it out, though. Another thing, another big announcement. Bring it down a little bit. I'm going to be speaking at a conference as well. We're out there too. I'm going to be speaking at the ATL Cloud Conference. Big shout out to them. That's so cool. I got invited to speak there, and you know how I do. I'm going to be representing, and the talk that I'm going to give them is going to be behind the cloud, at Twitter 1.0. Oh really. Yeah, we're going to be talking about the cloud infrastructure, containerization, some of the stuff we've been talking about here in the podcast, but you know I'm going to drop the mic over there.

Speaker 3:

You know, I'm going to see what I can do, all right.

Speaker 1:

And other than that, I really do appreciate everybody for tuning in to the podcast supporting us. There are some links out there for y'all to throw your support. Remember, call to action, follow along, check out our podcast, tell everybody about it, and season three is coming up real soon. Any last words for you, the y'all.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, buckle up. It's going to be cold this week. Oh my God, terrible.

Speaker 1:

How about you, Rayman, Any last words player?

Speaker 3:

Go San Fran.

Speaker 1:

Oh my God, I'll take it. I'll take it, yeah, no doubt. Well, always, we love y'all, we appreciate y'all and definitely keep tuned in. Highlight your boy it's Bobby D Peace.

Episode 10 - Internet Basics
Tech Talk
The Future of Technology
NFL Teams, Relationships, Super Bowl Predictions
Discussion on Sports and Upcoming Events
Appreciation, Updates, and Farewell