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00:00:11 00:00:14 >> It's Friday.
00:00:14 00:00:16 Do you know where your IT guys are?
00:00:16 00:00:20 We don't. It's Patch And Switch.
00:00:20 00:00:22 Now two guys who want to be
00:00:22 00:00:25 known as people with knowledge of the matter,
00:00:25 00:00:26 but have no knowledge?
00:00:26 00:00:30 It's Patch And Switch.
00:00:31 00:00:33 >> I think that was nice of him.
00:00:33 00:00:34 >> It does, you know,
00:00:34 00:00:36 it works. He's good.
00:00:36 00:00:39 >> We don't know if it's working on Facebook yet.
00:00:39 00:00:40 >> We don't know if it's working on Facebook yet
00:00:40 00:00:42 but we'll find out in a second.
00:00:42 00:00:43 Looks like it's working on Facebook.
00:00:43 00:00:44 >> Can you tell?
00:00:44 00:00:50 >> I can't. Facebook is asking me for way too much stuff.
00:00:50 00:00:52 >> Let's see.
00:00:52 00:00:53 >> Alright, let's check it out.
00:00:53 00:00:54 >> Oh, no it's gone.
00:00:54 00:00:55 >> Are we there?
00:00:55 00:00:55 >> Yeah.
00:00:55 00:00:56 >> We are live.
00:00:56 00:00:58 >> We are live haha.
00:00:58 00:01:01 >> Everything worked this time.
00:01:01 00:01:03 >> It's always good to know when things are working,
00:01:03 00:01:05 because you know,
00:01:05 00:01:07 I'm not even going to put these headphones on.
00:01:07 00:01:08 I know you're there, I know you're talking to me,
00:01:08 00:01:10 they're just annoying because, you know what,
00:01:10 00:01:15 it's spring break, Switch or Patch or whoever he is,
00:01:15 00:01:17 I don't know which one is today is.
00:01:17 00:01:18 >> He's Switch we're on the Wi-Fi.
00:01:18 00:01:19 This is the Wi-Fi Show.
00:01:19 00:01:20 >> This is the Wi-Fi show?
00:01:20 00:01:22 So he's down in what? Disney?
00:01:22 00:01:24 >> I think he's in New York,
00:01:24 00:01:26 because he's talking about going to Rattle.
00:01:26 00:01:28 >> Rattle? He was in Disney,
00:01:28 00:01:30 because I know his daughter was in
00:01:30 00:01:33 a dance championship recently for dance.
00:01:33 00:01:35 >> For the state. That was in Yakistan.
00:01:35 00:01:38 >> Okay, so I don't know. He's a world traveler.
00:01:38 00:01:40 Some of us don't have to travel,
00:01:40 00:01:41 so he does, he's out of the way.
00:01:41 00:01:43 >> I think he's in New York.
00:01:43 00:01:45 >> Jared, our audio guy,
00:01:45 00:01:48 has graciously decided to come and host,
00:01:48 00:01:49 and I've really much appreciate it,
00:01:49 00:01:50 and even, you know what?
00:01:50 00:01:52 Someone took my shirt,
00:01:52 00:01:55 I've got to file
00:01:55 00:01:57 a grievance with my family or something like that,
00:01:57 00:01:59 because my shirt is missing,
00:01:59 00:02:01 and they took my headphones as well,
00:02:01 00:02:03 because they're off on a trip right now.
00:02:03 00:02:04 So I literally have nothing,
00:02:04 00:02:06 I'm borrowing these broken headphones
00:02:06 00:02:08 from Chaneline right now
00:02:08 00:02:09 just to be able to hear what's going on.
00:02:09 00:02:10 >> Not from our sponsor, Bose.
00:02:10 00:02:13 >> No, so these are a no-name brand nothing,
00:02:13 00:02:15 so yes, that's kind of fun.
00:02:16 00:02:18 We're here. It's a Friday,
00:02:18 00:02:20 we're joined and we're live,
00:02:20 00:02:22 and it's working, and I think we
00:02:22 00:02:24 even have some people watching right now.
00:02:24 00:02:26 >> We do. We have quite a few people watching.
00:02:26 00:02:28 >> Who we got so far? We got Mr. Flores,
00:02:28 00:02:30 who is J Flo, Stevens has joined us too,
00:02:30 00:02:34 Mr. Marshall nice to see you, MVP, you joined?
00:02:34 00:02:35 Thanks for joining us, here Jared.
00:02:35 00:02:37 >> Yes, I'm glad to have joined. Pierre Roman.
00:02:37 00:02:41 >> Pierre Roman and Mr. Tony is here as well.
00:02:41 00:02:44 >> My nephew was just up in Montreal this past week.
00:02:44 00:02:45 >> Montreal?
00:02:45 00:02:45 >> Yes.
00:02:45 00:02:46 >> Because he missed going down that way right?
00:02:46 00:02:49 >> Yes, but his French class went to Montreal.
00:02:49 00:02:51 >> I was about say why would you go- if I'm thinking-
00:02:51 00:02:52 >> Why would anyone got to Montreal.
00:02:52 00:02:54 >> Spring break, why would I go to
00:02:54 00:02:57 like icy Montreal, but I guess it's a French thing.
00:02:57 00:02:59 >> It's a French thing, his whole French class
00:02:59 00:03:00 went to Montreal.
00:03:00 00:03:02 They had a blast,
00:03:02 00:03:03 they got to speak some French.
00:03:03 00:03:04 I said, you know it wasn't real French,
00:03:04 00:03:05 it was Canadian French.
00:03:05 00:03:08 >> I wonder if they have this
00:03:08 00:03:11 Red Bull competition that is
00:03:11 00:03:14 downhill speed skating with
00:03:14 00:03:16 hockey gear on a ski slope in
00:03:16 00:03:19 the middle of- that's Quebec City, not Montreal.
00:03:19 00:03:21 >> Hold on, you're speaking of hockey gear,
00:03:21 00:03:24 because I don't know some of you may or may not know,
00:03:24 00:03:26 I know I've been off the Social Medias for awhile here.
00:03:26 00:03:29 I had shoulder surgery last Tuesday and I was
00:03:29 00:03:32 like out of it for a week. I tried.
00:03:32 00:03:34 >> Are you on pain meds right now?
00:03:34 00:03:36 >> I am not on pain meds right now,
00:03:36 00:03:40 however I have taken some in the past 24 hours,
00:03:40 00:03:43 but I was at home, sitting there flipping through,
00:03:43 00:03:46 watching videos and did you hear about
00:03:46 00:03:49 the accountant who played
00:03:49 00:03:52 14 minutes of goal keeping for Chicago Blackhawks,
00:03:52 00:03:55 and actually shut out the Jets, the Winnipeg Jets?
00:03:55 00:03:57 >> Wow! No, I did not hear of that,
00:03:57 00:03:59 that is actually something I should have heard of before.
00:03:59 00:04:01 >> It was the emergency backup goalkeeper.
00:04:01 00:04:02 >> Emergency guy.
00:04:02 00:04:04 >> Then I had to dig out my surface
00:04:04 00:04:05 find out what the heck this is.
00:04:05 00:04:08 There are people who go to NHL games,
00:04:08 00:04:12 they play goalie in the rec leagues or the men's leagues.
00:04:12 00:04:14 They get paid by the home team to be there
00:04:14 00:04:17 as the second backup for both teams,
00:04:17 00:04:20 and in the case in Chicago,
00:04:20 00:04:23 the starting goalkeeper hurt himself and warm-ups,
00:04:23 00:04:25 and then the backup hurt
00:04:25 00:04:29 himself six minutes into the third period.
00:04:29 00:04:32 He got to go out, he took on seven [inaudible] ,
00:04:32 00:04:36 he was really good, and he got the first start the game.
00:04:36 00:04:39 Then of course the press is hounding him afterwards,
00:04:39 00:04:40 he's like, "Yes, tomorrow I got to
00:04:40 00:04:43 go back to my job, I'm an accountant.".
00:04:44 00:04:47 >> Nice. Oh my goodness, that is awesome.
00:04:47 00:04:49 >> That was Amazing, yes.
00:04:49 00:04:50 >> That's like the- what the
00:04:50 00:04:52 famed was it college game for football,
00:04:52 00:04:54 where they had a guy come out of the stands
00:04:54 00:04:57 and the 12th Man or whatever it was come down.
00:04:57 00:04:58 >> Exactly.
00:04:58 00:04:59 >> Craziness.
00:04:59 00:05:02 >> Craziness, but I saw
00:05:02 00:05:03 lots of other fun videos
00:05:03 00:05:05 as you're flipping through and you get into the,
00:05:05 00:05:06 you know sometimes how you can
00:05:06 00:05:08 get into YouTube, where you can just-
00:05:08 00:05:09 >> It's down the rabbit hole now.
00:05:09 00:05:11 >> -Down the rabbit hole and I was like,
00:05:11 00:05:12 "How the heck did I get here?"
00:05:12 00:05:14 >> Yes, Next time you're watching some dog surfing
00:05:14 00:05:16 on the waves or something like that.
00:05:16 00:05:17 >> Exactly.
00:05:17 00:05:17 >> Craziness.
00:05:17 00:05:20 >> It was. The payments didn't help much from it either.
00:05:20 00:05:23 >> No. You keep makes it interesting choices,
00:05:23 00:05:24 and of course you know what's in
00:05:24 00:05:26 the news for the last number of
00:05:26 00:05:27 weeks and or months is
00:05:27 00:05:28 all the data that everybody has on you.
00:05:28 00:05:29 >> Exactly.
00:05:29 00:05:30 >> It's all going to be inside your record now.
00:05:30 00:05:31 >> It is.
00:05:31 00:05:33 >> They're going to know which- like I made
00:05:33 00:05:36 the stupid mistake of one of my accounts that I use on
00:05:36 00:05:40 YouTube of watching secret places
00:05:40 00:05:42 you should never go to that
00:05:42 00:05:43 are the most secure in the world,
00:05:43 00:05:45 and then all of a sudden this voice over with
00:05:45 00:05:48 pictures and talking and it's just purely garbage,
00:05:49 00:05:51 now I've got nothing but that in
00:05:51 00:05:52 my suggested feed of
00:05:52 00:05:54 things I should be looking at, which is nuts.
00:05:54 00:05:55 >> Oh, my suggested feed is horrible right now.
00:05:55 00:06:00 >> There was this one of those ginormous amazonian woman,
00:06:00 00:06:01 that was obviously Photoshop with
00:06:01 00:06:03 this small little teeny tiny guy
00:06:03 00:06:04 on a beach or something like that,
00:06:04 00:06:05 and I'm like, "Oh yeah, come on,
00:06:05 00:06:07 at least make it look half credible if it's
00:06:07 00:06:08 going to happen." That's insane.
00:06:08 00:06:11 >> I mean, and one of the problems with mine is,
00:06:11 00:06:12 I have the normal subscriptions that
00:06:12 00:06:15 I subscribe to on YouTube you know,
00:06:15 00:06:16 a lot of gamers, I watch a lot of
00:06:16 00:06:18 gaming on YouTube I don't know why,
00:06:18 00:06:19 instead of actually doing it myself,
00:06:19 00:06:22 but the funniest one was
00:06:22 00:06:24 the- and this of
00:06:24 00:06:28 course is when I was still taking the medicine,
00:06:28 00:06:32 I got into the Tonight Show hashtags
00:06:32 00:06:34 and they just made me giggle.
00:06:34 00:06:36 I looked back in my history I'm like
00:06:36 00:06:38 how many of these did I watch?
00:06:38 00:06:40 I think I watched every single one.
00:06:40 00:06:42 >> Good old Stevens always
00:06:42 00:06:43 backs me up with the fact-checking,
00:06:43 00:06:46 he's actually saying it's called crashed ice.
00:06:46 00:06:47 >> Oh yes. Thank you Steve.
00:06:47 00:06:49 >> Crashedice.redbull.com,
00:06:49 00:06:50 which is absolutely amazing to watch.
00:06:50 00:06:52 It's so regular everyday,
00:06:52 00:06:55 like they actually have to try out to be able to do this.
00:06:55 00:06:58 They have to skate in a rank and pass so many obstacles
00:06:58 00:06:59 in such a certain amount of time to be
00:06:59 00:07:01 able to even get onto that thing,
00:07:01 00:07:05 and it just looks like a pure crazy thing
00:07:05 00:07:06 that you're going to do and kill yourself.
00:07:06 00:07:08 I would die if I tried it for sure.
00:07:08 00:07:09 >> I probably would as well.
00:07:09 00:07:11 >> The only person I know they could possibly
00:07:11 00:07:13 do that would be Pierre Roman,
00:07:13 00:07:16 and he's too old, so he can't do it either.
00:07:16 00:07:17 >> He would crash himself.
00:07:17 00:07:18 >> He would crash himself for sure.
00:07:18 00:07:19 >> Exactly.
00:07:19 00:07:19 >> For sure.
00:07:19 00:07:20 >> How have things been, man?
00:07:20 00:07:22 >> Well, you know, it's not too bad.
00:07:22 00:07:25 I must say at the end of the first work week
00:07:25 00:07:26 which is in a while,
00:07:26 00:07:28 we missed the show two weeks ago last night.
00:07:28 00:07:29 >> Unfortunately, yes.
00:07:29 00:07:31 >> Missed again, couldn't end up
00:07:31 00:07:33 lining the right people up another thing's going on.
00:07:33 00:07:36 >> Then like you had a last-minute meeting coming up.
00:07:36 00:07:39 >> This crazy stuff that I'm doing,
00:07:39 00:07:40 that I still can't talk about just yet.
00:07:40 00:07:41 >> Exactly.
00:07:41 00:07:42 >> I will by the end of the month.
00:07:42 00:07:45 >> Then you had the whole backup crew.
00:07:45 00:07:48 Unfortunately John's on the road,
00:07:48 00:07:49 having to deal with some family stuff
00:07:49 00:07:51 so, thinking about you bud.
00:07:51 00:07:52 >> It would've been just him.
00:07:52 00:07:53 >> It would have just been me.
00:07:53 00:07:56 >> Just Jared, talking awkwardly for an hour,
00:07:56 00:07:58 looking into the camera.
00:07:58 00:08:00 >> Joey was on the road.
00:08:00 00:08:01 >> Joey was on the road as well.
00:08:01 00:08:03 >> That was actually the state weekend.
00:08:03 00:08:03 >> Was it?
00:08:03 00:08:04 >> Yes, that was the state weekend.
00:08:04 00:08:06 >> I'm just losing track of time.
00:08:06 00:08:07 >> He said he was going to try and do before
00:08:07 00:08:08 he left and then we were like,
00:08:08 00:08:10 "meh," and he said he couldn't.
00:08:10 00:08:12 >> You know what's actually happening this weekend?
00:08:12 00:08:13 >> What's happening this weekend?
00:08:13 00:08:15 >> PowerShell, is it nice?
00:08:15 00:08:17 >> PowerShell, it's starting.
00:08:17 00:08:19 >> I hear a certain Mr. Bender will be in town.
00:08:19 00:08:21 >> Yes Mr. Bender's planning to be
00:08:21 00:08:23 in town, are you going to be-
00:08:23 00:08:24 >> Are you going to invite me to
00:08:24 00:08:26 dinner or for lunch with him or something?
00:08:26 00:08:28 >> He said he invited you, I didn't have to invite you.
00:08:28 00:08:29 >> I thought I needed to have
00:08:29 00:08:31 the official blessing from Jared.
00:08:31 00:08:32 >> I don't care.
00:08:32 00:08:34 >> Okay well, I'm up for it,
00:08:34 00:08:35 let's do it. That would be good.
00:08:35 00:08:37 >> It's Sunday, so we'll talk after this.
00:08:37 00:08:38 >> Is it a dinner, or is it lunch?
00:08:38 00:08:38 >> It's brunch.
00:08:38 00:08:39 >> It's brunch.
00:08:39 00:08:40 >> Its brunch.
00:08:40 00:08:41 >> So it's a late lunch.
00:08:41 00:08:42 >> Yes.
00:08:42 00:08:44 >> Okay, I'm trying to think.
00:08:44 00:08:45 >> It's breakfast and lunch.
00:08:45 00:08:45 >> I'm trying to think of the time frame.
00:08:45 00:08:46 >> Because it's different than what I had
00:08:46 00:08:48 last night, which was Brinner.
00:08:48 00:08:49 >> Lunch and dinner?
00:08:49 00:08:50 >> No, breakfast and dinner.
00:08:50 00:08:52 >> You missed lunch though.
00:08:52 00:08:54 >> Well, I had lunch earlier,
00:08:54 00:08:55 but I had breakfast for dinner.
00:08:55 00:08:56 >> So what did you do, like pancakes for dinner?
00:08:56 00:08:58 >> No, I had a scrambled eggs.
00:08:58 00:08:58 >> Scrambled eggs.
00:08:58 00:08:58 >> Cheesy scrambled eggs.
00:08:58 00:09:00 >> Nice.
00:09:00 00:09:03 >> Easy to make. Bender's saying
00:09:03 00:09:04 check your text messages,
00:09:04 00:09:06 he never checks his text messages Bender.
00:09:06 00:09:08 >> What, someone's talking to me?
00:09:08 00:09:10 >> Yeah, whatever.
00:09:10 00:09:11 >> Now, the only text I have is
00:09:11 00:09:13 my wife saying good morning.
00:09:13 00:09:13 >> Yeah.
00:09:13 00:09:14 >> That's it.
00:09:14 00:09:16 >> Most of my texts are,
00:09:16 00:09:17 "Hey Jared, we're having problems
00:09:17 00:09:19 with the Xbox" from my sister.
00:09:19 00:09:21 They got a brand-new Xbox at
00:09:21 00:09:24 the lake house. I'm glad she doesn't watch this.
00:09:24 00:09:27 But yes, my brother-in-law and sister
00:09:27 00:09:31 bought the lake house up in Connecticut.
00:09:31 00:09:32 I guess that's the thing you do when
00:09:32 00:09:33 you come from Long Island,
00:09:33 00:09:36 but they set up an Xbox up there
00:09:36 00:09:39 and they've been spending a week
00:09:39 00:09:42 up there and then once my nephew got back from Montreal,
00:09:42 00:09:44 she drove back to pick him
00:09:44 00:09:46 up and then picked up my mom and then
00:09:46 00:09:48 the whole family is spending the rest
00:09:48 00:09:50 of the week up at the lake house.
00:09:50 00:09:51 >> Nice.
00:09:51 00:09:52 >> Now, it has an Xbox.
00:09:52 00:09:54 >> Does it have Wi-Fi as well?
00:09:54 00:09:54 >> Yes.
00:09:54 00:09:56 >> It's set up?
00:09:56 00:09:59 >> My brother-in-law works for Charter Communications
00:09:59 00:10:00 and it is in a Charter zone,
00:10:00 00:10:02 so they have everything there.
00:10:02 00:10:02 >> They've got everything.
00:10:02 00:10:04 >> Yeah. In fact she's like, "Yeah,
00:10:04 00:10:06 I was checking how fast our internet
00:10:06 00:10:08 was to see if he could possibly work from here,
00:10:08 00:10:11 and it's showing like 100 megs down.
00:10:11 00:10:16 And it's synchronous, it's like 100 down,100 up."
00:10:16 00:10:17 I'm like, "Are you kidding me?"
00:10:17 00:10:20 What do I get from Comcast, like 12.
00:10:20 00:10:22 >> Well, but it's business quality though.
00:10:22 00:10:24 You got actual people that come and help you.
00:10:24 00:10:27 >> Actually, no. They've started to back off on that,
00:10:27 00:10:29 and I'm getting to the point of,
00:10:29 00:10:31 I'm not going to spend that much anymore on
00:10:31 00:10:32 business class if they aren't going to give me the-.
00:10:32 00:10:33 >> Business.
00:10:33 00:10:34 >> -priorities. Yes, The priority stuff.
00:10:34 00:10:36 >> Yes. I'm trying to think of
00:10:36 00:10:38 the stories that I've told in the past,
00:10:38 00:10:39 and I've talked about
00:10:39 00:10:41 Internet options that I've had in my place,
00:10:41 00:10:45 but not too long ago I had an internet service call,
00:10:45 00:10:47 the technician, she was phenomenal.
00:10:47 00:10:49 Apparently, they have a filter
00:10:49 00:10:52 on my outside of the house,
00:10:52 00:10:54 because apparently my house is
00:10:54 00:10:56 causing too much noise back on the line.
00:10:56 00:10:57 >> Dude, you got three kids.
00:10:57 00:10:59 >> I know. So, it's not traffic, its noise.
00:10:59 00:11:01 >> I know, but you're kids cause noise, they are loud.
00:11:01 00:11:02 >> She said-
00:11:02 00:11:03 >> I've been at your house, they're very loud.
00:11:03 00:11:05 >> -the previous texts,
00:11:05 00:11:07 instead of trying to locate the source of the noise,
00:11:07 00:11:09 just put the filter on to make it so
00:11:09 00:11:12 that I wouldn't affect the rest of my loop,
00:11:12 00:11:14 and the filter was affecting my speeds.
00:11:14 00:11:16 I would get these brown outs that would happened,
00:11:16 00:11:17 all sorts of crap that's going on,
00:11:17 00:11:18 and also the noise from inside
00:11:18 00:11:20 the house and she says, "You know what,
00:11:20 00:11:21 I'm going to check
00:11:21 00:11:22 all your connections here inside
00:11:22 00:11:23 the room to see what's there.".
00:11:23 00:11:25 Checked connections, she found
00:11:25 00:11:27 two bad connections inside my room.
00:11:27 00:11:29 So, she fixes them right in the cable area,
00:11:29 00:11:31 she put new ones on, put them on and test
00:11:31 00:11:33 them for noise. Eliminated the noise.
00:11:33 00:11:34 Took her half an hour to do
00:11:34 00:11:36 and then now she took the filter off,
00:11:36 00:11:40 and now I've magically got my 100 in change megs down
00:11:40 00:11:41 and 20 in change megs up I'm supposed to
00:11:41 00:11:43 have, and I'm happy again.
00:11:43 00:11:44 I'm like, "Would have been
00:11:44 00:11:46 nice to have that the first time.".
00:11:46 00:11:46 >> No kidding.
00:11:46 00:11:46 >> You know?
00:11:46 00:11:48 >> Well, one of the other things that I had
00:11:48 00:11:49 because I was on the business classes,
00:11:49 00:11:51 I had fixed IPs,
00:11:51 00:11:53 because I was hosting servers at my house.
00:11:53 00:11:54 >> Yes, I remember that.
00:11:54 00:11:55 >> Don't do that anymore,
00:11:55 00:11:56 because guess where they're all at.
00:11:56 00:11:58 >> All on Azure.
00:11:58 00:12:01 >> Exactly or Office 365.
00:12:01 00:12:03 >> Yeah, that works.
00:12:03 00:12:05 >> I'm thinking about dumping
00:12:05 00:12:08 business class for residential class,
00:12:08 00:12:11 and getting the bigger package for the same price.
00:12:11 00:12:13 >> I've noticed my Internet usage is still
00:12:13 00:12:15 creeping up again, so I've got to watch that.
00:12:15 00:12:17 >> See that's the only thing that holds me back is,
00:12:17 00:12:19 I know they have caps.
00:12:19 00:12:20 >> But you're not going to hit them dude.
00:12:20 00:12:25 >> Oh, my God, I'll show you my charts, I could hit them.
00:12:25 00:12:28 >> I see we got Mr- I was about to
00:12:28 00:12:31 say just scroll off my screen and of course, -Sean Logan,
00:12:31 00:12:32 Sean Logan was saying he was
00:12:32 00:12:34 watching the Crashed Ice up in Evington,
00:12:34 00:12:36 he says it's way better to watch it on TV and on
00:12:36 00:12:39 the YouTube after the fact. It's definitely true.
00:12:39 00:12:40 >> I can sympathize with that.
00:12:40 00:12:42 >> Tony is saying hello up from
00:12:42 00:12:44 away and Hannah Garret's there from the UK.
00:12:44 00:12:46 >> Now, see Tony is throwing at us
00:12:46 00:12:48 the whole thing in Europe
00:12:48 00:12:50 where everything is faster Internet and stuff,
00:12:50 00:12:52 because they have 500 up, 500 down for 50 a month.
00:12:52 00:12:57 >> Nice. One of these days.
00:12:57 00:13:00 >> One of these days. Yes, but
00:13:00 00:13:03 I think Sweden's the size of California.
00:13:03 00:13:04 >> Yeah, it can make sense.
00:13:04 00:13:05 >> I think it's a rough size.
00:13:05 00:13:08 It's easy to get a whole one whole country
00:13:08 00:13:10 wired when it's just that,
00:13:10 00:13:12 and you don't have the Midwest and the Rockies.
00:13:12 00:13:17 >> Yes, it's these series of tubes that are connected.
00:13:17 00:13:20 >> Well, that can generate a lot more competition,
00:13:20 00:13:21 here you have to spend so much money.
00:13:21 00:13:23 This is the thing I remember living in Montana,
00:13:23 00:13:25 there's nobody that's willing to do anything.
00:13:25 00:13:27 The big ISPs over there,
00:13:27 00:13:29 the local ISPs that are the big ones,
00:13:29 00:13:31 are wireless because they don't have
00:13:31 00:13:32 to put in any cables.
00:13:32 00:13:33 >> No infrastructure.
00:13:33 00:13:36 >> Yes, so how about work Banner?
00:13:36 00:13:37 What have you been working on?
00:13:37 00:13:38 >> Oh my goodness.
00:13:38 00:13:39 >> Any stuff you can talk about?
00:13:39 00:13:42 >> Lots there's actually a lot I can talk about.
00:13:42 00:13:44 >> Bring it on men.
00:13:44 00:13:45 >> Well, as many of you might have
00:13:45 00:13:49 remembered I moved over to Visual Studio.
00:13:50 00:13:53 I'm on the service delivery team for a whole bunch
00:13:53 00:13:56 of internal and external facing products,
00:13:56 00:13:59 and it's just so amazing.
00:13:59 00:14:02 I actually got hit up on Twitter
00:14:02 00:14:06 yesterday by Carmen, our friend Carmen.
00:14:06 00:14:08 I can never pronounce his last name-
00:14:08 00:14:08 >> Starts with a C.
00:14:08 00:14:09 >> Crenolli.
00:14:09 00:14:10 >> Yes.
00:14:10 00:14:11 >> Anyways, he doesn't do Facebook.
00:14:11 00:14:11 >> He's not going to see this.
00:14:11 00:14:12 >> He doesn't do the Facebooks,
00:14:12 00:14:13 so good he won't see this.
00:14:13 00:14:15 He's only does the Twitter and he was like,
00:14:15 00:14:17 "Dude are you alive?", and I'm like,
00:14:17 00:14:19 "Yeah, I just took a new job and it's
00:14:19 00:14:21 been super busy learning everything new and everything."
00:14:21 00:14:24 I told him, "Hey, come over to Building 18 anytime,
00:14:24 00:14:26 we can go grab a lunch since I'm on main campus."
00:14:26 00:14:30 Then I found out Barry Doran's Mr. @bloat art on
00:14:30 00:14:31 Twitter is like "Don't invite him to our
00:14:31 00:14:33 building," like "You're in this building?
00:14:33 00:14:34 Oh, my God, I didn't know
00:14:34 00:14:35 you're even here.", and he goes.
00:14:35 00:14:37 "I didn't know you were either", and then that started
00:14:37 00:14:39 a whole conversation that blew up throughout the day.
00:14:39 00:14:41 >> Like I'm surprised, why isn't there
00:14:41 00:14:43 an internal site that
00:14:43 00:14:45 allows you to take the Twitter feed handles,
00:14:45 00:14:47 query them against their internal tools
00:14:47 00:14:49 that would tell us who they actually are.
00:14:49 00:14:49 >> Hack-a-thon.
00:14:49 00:14:51 >> That is definitely a one-week hack-a-thon.
00:14:51 00:14:52 >> That's a one-week hack-a-thon.
00:14:52 00:14:54 >> Building these people in right?
00:14:54 00:14:56 Because I think Tasha is also in 18 or maybe 16.
00:14:56 00:14:59 >> No, she's in the neighborhood.
00:14:59 00:15:00 >> Yes, she's in the neighborhood around.
00:15:00 00:15:00 >> Exactly.
00:15:00 00:15:02 >> Because she was complaining that she needs to see
00:15:02 00:15:04 more people in real life, IRL, or stuff like that.
00:15:04 00:15:07 >> Yes, same here, and I've felt that way for awhile.
00:15:07 00:15:10 I typically- and I'll even say it when I get busy,
00:15:10 00:15:13 first thing that goes out the window is social medias.
00:15:13 00:15:14 >> It was social in general,
00:15:14 00:15:16 doesn't talk to any of us.
00:15:16 00:15:19 >> Hold on, that's the bad arm.
00:15:19 00:15:20 >> Sorry.
00:15:21 00:15:25 >> No, I've reached out sometimes there buddy boy.
00:15:25 00:15:27 Mr. "I'm going to take care of my kids.".
00:15:27 00:15:31 >> Hey, it's been busy. It's been busy for everybody.
00:15:31 00:15:33 You still participate we
00:15:33 00:15:34 are not going to do the same thing.
00:15:34 00:15:36 >> But, no, so I've been doing a lot,
00:15:36 00:15:37 we've actually been converting a whole bunch of
00:15:37 00:15:42 our old websites and services to run on Azure serverless.
00:15:42 00:15:44 >> Serverless?
00:15:44 00:15:44 >> Yes.
00:15:44 00:15:46 >> Not even like a Paz option.
00:15:46 00:15:47 >> Well, we're doing Paz,
00:15:47 00:15:49 and when I say serverless, what is,
00:15:49 00:15:50 we don't have to manage servers.
00:15:50 00:15:52 We had actually a website that was
00:15:52 00:15:55 a website in a Windows service,
00:15:55 00:15:58 we converted it to a web app and a web job.
00:15:58 00:15:59 >> Oh, yeah?
00:15:59 00:16:01 >> It's perfectly running, it's done.
00:16:01 00:16:04 We totally converted it, and that
00:16:04 00:16:07 was a two-server situation.
00:16:07 00:16:09 We no longer have to patch those two servers.
00:16:09 00:16:09 >> Nice.
00:16:09 00:16:10 >> Two more servers out the door,
00:16:10 00:16:13 two more servers I don't have to do AZ set pack on,
00:16:13 00:16:16 and again, S3 60 results say,
00:16:16 00:16:18 "You need to go and patch this and
00:16:18 00:16:21 that," two more we don't have to do there.
00:16:22 00:16:26 We're actually working, there's I believe,
00:16:26 00:16:28 pretty soon here there's going to be
00:16:28 00:16:30 a new version of.NET released,
00:16:30 00:16:33 or there was a version that was released and
00:16:33 00:16:35 the reference source code center site
00:16:35 00:16:37 is coming up to date.
00:16:37 00:16:40 That's the site, I actually manage that site.
00:16:40 00:16:40 >> Yes.
00:16:40 00:16:42 >> We're doing code release into
00:16:42 00:16:43 that web app and I have it
00:16:43 00:16:46 set up as it used to be seven physical servers,
00:16:46 00:16:48 no, eight physical servers.
00:16:48 00:16:49 Then we had so many fail,
00:16:49 00:16:51 we were down to two physical servers because
00:16:51 00:16:53 of all the hardware failures, because they were so old.
00:16:53 00:16:56 They kept saying, "We'll replace it with something else".
00:16:56 00:16:59 Never did so we converted to a web app,
00:16:59 00:17:02 and actually the way we set it up is we have to web apps,
00:17:02 00:17:04 one in South Central and West US2,
00:17:04 00:17:06 and an ATM in front of it,
00:17:06 00:17:09 and right now everything is pointing at South Central US,
00:17:09 00:17:10 while they update West US2.
00:17:10 00:17:13 When we go live we're gonna flip over to West US2,
00:17:13 00:17:15 and then they're going to update South Central US
00:17:15 00:17:16 and then, boom.
00:17:16 00:17:16 >> Nice.
00:17:16 00:17:17 >> Bob's your uncle.
00:17:17 00:17:18 >> Nice.
00:17:18 00:17:19 >> I love that saying.
00:17:19 00:17:19 >> It's good.
00:17:19 00:17:22 >> It is, that's fun man, yeah.
00:17:22 00:17:24 I've been doing a whole bunch of stuff like that
00:17:24 00:17:26 and then patching servers.
00:17:26 00:17:26 >> Really?
00:17:26 00:17:29 >> Because well, we
00:17:29 00:17:31 have an internal build system called Cloud Build,
00:17:31 00:17:32 and it's 40,000 servers.
00:17:32 00:17:34 Luckily it's on autopilot,
00:17:34 00:17:36 it's on a system called Autopilot.
00:17:36 00:17:39 So, we can patch it and manage it,
00:17:39 00:17:41 but still there's a lot, yeah, 40,000 servers.
00:17:41 00:17:43 >> They dynamically go up and
00:17:43 00:17:44 down as far as numbers are concerned,
00:17:44 00:17:47 as required so that it's not 40,000 all the time.
00:17:47 00:17:50 >> Well, no, it's 40,000 total machines,
00:17:50 00:17:52 and we're actually getting another
00:17:52 00:17:53 40,000 I think next year.
00:17:53 00:17:56 Yeah. This is what
00:17:56 00:17:58 Builds Windows is what is talking about
00:17:58 00:17:59 >> That's probably why they're
00:17:59 00:18:00 called build servers right?
00:18:00 00:18:03 >> Yes, exactly but the fun part for us is,
00:18:03 00:18:05 one of the things I'm backup DRI this week.
00:18:05 00:18:08 DRI stands for Directly Responsible Individual.
00:18:08 00:18:11 Basically, I'm the backup person on call.
00:18:11 00:18:12 Next week I'm primary,
00:18:12 00:18:15 and when I was primary last time,
00:18:15 00:18:18 we had a region outage,
00:18:18 00:18:20 and this was the first time ever in
00:18:20 00:18:23 our history as Cloud Build that we were just like,
00:18:23 00:18:24 "Okay yes, we lost a region, okay.
00:18:24 00:18:26 Build times are taking a little bit longer than
00:18:26 00:18:28 usual." We went up I think-
00:18:28 00:18:29 >> Because you weren't impacted, you
00:18:29 00:18:31 were minimally impacted.
00:18:31 00:18:32 >> Minimally impacted.
00:18:32 00:18:33 >> You weren't down and dead.
00:18:33 00:18:36 >> The whole region went dead and we were like, "Okay".
00:18:36 00:18:37 >> Because this whole system used to be all
00:18:37 00:18:39 internal on physical boxes if I remember correctly,
00:18:39 00:18:41 from the old days. I remember them talking about it.
00:18:41 00:18:43 >> Yeah, it's still physical boxes. Yeah, but we've
00:18:43 00:18:46 got it all automated that, okay, we lost a region,
00:18:46 00:18:48 okay, every build that
00:18:48 00:18:51 was like halfway built restarted in a new region.
00:18:51 00:18:55 Only two teams had problems
00:18:55 00:18:56 because we had brand new hardware
00:18:56 00:18:57 in the region that failed,
00:18:57 00:18:58 and that was the only hardware they
00:18:58 00:18:59 were using and well we can
00:18:59 00:19:02 set you up in a queue over here they were like,
00:19:02 00:19:04 "How long until the region comes back on?",
00:19:04 00:19:06 "We're thinking like 4 to 6 hours.",
00:19:06 00:19:07 they're like "Oh, we can wait".
00:19:07 00:19:09 They didn't want to be on the old hardware
00:19:09 00:19:10 they loved their new hardware.
00:19:10 00:19:13 Their old hardware I think was, internally,
00:19:13 00:19:16 we have skew sizes.
00:19:16 00:19:18 It was v14 hardware,
00:19:18 00:19:20 and the new hardware was Gen5.
00:19:20 00:19:23 >> That means nothing to me, I'm internal, so.
00:19:23 00:19:24 >> Wait, aren't you compute man?
00:19:24 00:19:24 >> Yeah, but-.
00:19:24 00:19:27 >> I thought you'd know what your skew sizes are.
00:19:27 00:19:28 >> No, I don't know the skews.
00:19:28 00:19:29 >> Is that what your service delivery does for you?
00:19:29 00:19:31 > No, I know what the public side is.
00:19:31 00:19:32 That's the B series,
00:19:32 00:19:35 the D series, the DV3's, DV2's.
00:19:35 00:19:37 >> You don't know what your underlying hosts are?
00:19:37 00:19:38 >> I'm not supposed to know what it is.
00:19:38 00:19:40 I don't want to know what it is.
00:19:40 00:19:40 >> What's your job?
00:19:40 00:19:45 >> It's not my group specifically, not my group.
00:19:45 00:19:49 I've been moved.
00:19:49 00:19:51 I suffered a move.
00:19:51 00:19:53 >> You suffered a move? Oh, no.
00:19:53 00:19:55 >> It has to happen on Microsoft.
00:19:55 00:19:58 You have to be moved around, reshuffled around.
00:19:59 00:20:01 The announcements already had it
00:20:01 00:20:02 gone out for a while now.
00:20:02 00:20:04 You get, Corey Sanders is promoted to
00:20:04 00:20:06 a corporate vice president, the CVP.
00:20:06 00:20:07 >> Okay.
00:20:07 00:20:09 >> Jason Zander was also announced that
00:20:09 00:20:12 he's now promoted as well to Executive VP,
00:20:12 00:20:15 and that caused a bunch of other moves inside
00:20:15 00:20:16 the building of the different
00:20:16 00:20:17 organizations and restructuring and
00:20:17 00:20:18 all those sort of stuff.
00:20:18 00:20:18 >> All right.
00:20:18 00:20:21 >> They came around to run a temporary building,
00:20:21 00:20:24 Building 22, and I had a nice office,
00:20:24 00:20:25 I had a couch, I had a chair.
00:20:25 00:20:26 You know what my office is like, right?
00:20:26 00:20:26 >> Yeah.
00:20:26 00:20:29 >> And now I have to share an office,
00:20:29 00:20:31 which is not bad.
00:20:31 00:20:32 I've never had to share an office
00:20:32 00:20:34 before. This is new for me.
00:20:34 00:20:36 You're in the neighborhood. You're open space.
00:20:36 00:20:38 >> Hold on, you share it with one other person?
00:20:38 00:20:38 >> Yes, I share it with one other person.
00:20:38 00:20:40 >> I share it with 12 others.
00:20:40 00:20:45 >> It's 142 square feet shared with two people.
00:20:45 00:20:47 >> Is it a one bedroom, one bathroom?
00:20:47 00:20:48 >> No.
00:20:48 00:20:49 >> It's 144 square feet.
00:20:49 00:20:50 >> The bathroom's down the hall.
00:20:50 00:20:53 The good thing is that, in my old office,
00:20:53 00:20:55 I had two windows that was there.
00:20:55 00:20:56 They made all the people that had to share,
00:20:56 00:20:58 they gave them all the window offices.
00:20:58 00:20:59 >> Oh, very nice.
00:20:59 00:21:00 >> Right? If you're a manager,
00:21:00 00:21:01 you're shoved in the middle of the building.
00:21:01 00:21:03 If you're a plebe like me,
00:21:03 00:21:05 then you're actually with the windows.
00:21:05 00:21:06 >> With the shared space?
00:21:06 00:21:08 >> Shared space, but the guy that I'm
00:21:08 00:21:10 sharing with has never had a window office before.
00:21:10 00:21:17 It's actually a wide office as opposed to a long office.
00:21:17 00:21:17 So, instead of two windows,
00:21:17 00:21:20 there's three windows, three big squares.
00:21:20 00:21:22 So, I shoved myself in the corner away from
00:21:22 00:21:25 the door and facing the blank wall with
00:21:25 00:21:27 a window on my side so I get one of
00:21:27 00:21:28 the two windows and then I gave
00:21:28 00:21:29 him two windows to be able to look out on.
00:21:29 00:21:34 He just loves it. He's a loud typer.
00:21:35 00:21:37 I need to get some headphones
00:21:37 00:21:39 so that I can get used to that.
00:21:39 00:21:44 Is it normal to feel like it's a kind of competitive
00:21:44 00:21:46 for who gets into the office first and
00:21:46 00:21:49 who stays the longest or is that just me being stupid?
00:21:49 00:21:50 >> That's you being stupid.
00:21:50 00:21:52 >> I like to be there before he gets there.
00:21:52 00:21:54 I like to stay longer than he does even
00:21:54 00:21:56 though I'm just surfing Facebook or something like that.
00:21:56 00:21:59 >> No, that's just you being stupid.
00:21:59 00:22:04 >> Anyway, his role is kind of cool.
00:22:04 00:22:06 He's not on my team so that's kind
00:22:06 00:22:06 of neat that I'm working with
00:22:06 00:22:07 someone I've never worked with before.
00:22:07 00:22:08 >> That's weird.
00:22:08 00:22:10 >> He's actually one of the guys that's responsible for
00:22:10 00:22:14 the actual hardware failure and reporting
00:22:14 00:22:17 and diagnosis of our fabric,
00:22:17 00:22:20 the fleet, as we call it internally.
00:22:20 00:22:23 I hear about, when something goes wrong,
00:22:23 00:22:25 he's one of the people of the team
00:22:25 00:22:26 that gets alerts on different things.
00:22:26 00:22:27 >> Interesting.
00:22:27 00:22:30 >> It's like literally, I'm in the room with
00:22:30 00:22:33 the data center guy that's talking about,
00:22:33 00:22:34 "We just had some failures over
00:22:34 00:22:35 here that failed over to this,
00:22:35 00:22:36 and that's going on and we got to pull
00:22:36 00:22:37 this hardware and do this and do
00:22:37 00:22:38 that," because it's obvious,
00:22:38 00:22:39 the only so much that you're allowed to do as
00:22:39 00:22:42 a human inside of these data centers,
00:22:42 00:22:44 and a lot of stuff is almost all of the stuff's done
00:22:44 00:22:46 remotely by authorized individuals,
00:22:46 00:22:47 they got special workstations,
00:22:47 00:22:49 they do it on, all sort of stuff stay in compliance.
00:22:49 00:22:50 >> You mean pure access workstations?
00:22:50 00:22:51 >> They call them SOS.
00:22:51 00:22:53 >> Yes, I know. I have one.
00:22:53 00:22:56 Those of us that work in production have to have them.
00:22:56 00:22:58 >> But he's actually running
00:22:58 00:23:01 reports and has these different stats about this Gen of
00:23:01 00:23:03 hardware by this particular makeup and
00:23:03 00:23:05 this particular batch that we
00:23:05 00:23:07 bought in these different centers.
00:23:07 00:23:08 They have this kind of an issue.
00:23:08 00:23:09 They have these kind of failures that are
00:23:09 00:23:11 going on and these kind of things,
00:23:11 00:23:13 and he prefers these ones and those ones.
00:23:13 00:23:14 It's really kind of neat to see the
00:23:14 00:23:16 underlying infrastructure for what's happening,
00:23:16 00:23:18 for how that all works and it's all automated.
00:23:18 00:23:21 >> Remember as I was talking about, that's what I did.
00:23:21 00:23:21 >> Yes, I know.
00:23:21 00:23:23 >> I just do it for Cloud Build, Cloudcast.
00:23:23 00:23:24 >> That's about as much as I can share right
00:23:24 00:23:25 now but it's really, really cool what he does.
00:23:25 00:23:28 He's always typing, always typing.
00:23:28 00:23:30 Then, "What's the policy?
00:23:30 00:23:31 How do you handle phone calls?".
00:23:31 00:23:34 >> Like as far as what?
00:23:34 00:23:37 >> We've just been taking the calls and just talking.
00:23:37 00:23:39 I'm sitting there working away,
00:23:39 00:23:40 and all he said is, "Hey, how's it going?
00:23:40 00:23:42 It's good to see you." I'm like,
00:23:42 00:23:44 look around. He's on the phone again.
00:23:44 00:23:46 I'm thinking he's trying to be social with me.
00:23:46 00:23:48 No, he's not. He's just working.
00:23:48 00:23:51 It's like there's this invisible wall
00:23:51 00:23:52 between us but not really,
00:23:52 00:23:53 so I have to get used to that.
00:23:53 00:23:55 I have to get used to this.
00:23:55 00:23:56 I'm probably acting like
00:23:56 00:23:57 a complete idiot for
00:23:57 00:23:58 everybody else that has ever been inside
00:23:58 00:23:59 of a shared space but this is
00:23:59 00:24:01 my first time in a shared space.
00:24:01 00:24:03 >> You're being an idiot.
00:24:03 00:24:06 >> Thank you. Because even
00:24:06 00:24:07 before when I was working in
00:24:07 00:24:10 Canada, I worked from home as a remote.
00:24:10 00:24:11 The only person I shared the office with
00:24:11 00:24:13 was my dog or my cat.
00:24:13 00:24:13 >> Exactly.
00:24:13 00:24:14 >> That's it.
00:24:14 00:24:16 >> Except the cat take over the office.
00:24:16 00:24:18 >> Except the occasional kid that would wander in once in
00:24:18 00:24:22 a while like that BBC guy.
00:24:22 00:24:25 >> I saw that video, I think, last week too.
00:24:25 00:24:27 >> It's absolutely classic.
00:24:27 00:24:31 >> But the other side of it though is you could,
00:24:31 00:24:34 hopefully, does this guy have a sense of humor?
00:24:34 00:24:34 >> Oh, yes.
00:24:34 00:24:35 >> I mean, you could put
00:24:35 00:24:38 the Les Nessman lines on the floor.
00:24:38 00:24:42 >> Draw at the little tape lines where we were.
00:24:42 00:24:44 I had to ditch the couch.
00:24:44 00:24:45 The couch is gone. I still
00:24:45 00:24:48 have the chair. That's still there.
00:24:48 00:24:51 I inherited a beer kegerator.
00:24:51 00:24:55 It's the team's kegerator that I last used,
00:24:55 00:24:57 and so it ended up in my office.
00:24:57 00:24:59 It's now a fixture inside of the new office.
00:24:59 00:25:00 >> Got it.
00:25:00 00:25:03 >> It's a dividing space between the demarcation point.
00:25:03 00:25:04 >> It's part of the DMZ.
00:25:04 00:25:06 >> Yes. So, it's a friendly meeting point if you need to,
00:25:06 00:25:09 to be able to pour some beer if you needed to.
00:25:09 00:25:10 >> Friendly meeting point. Awesome.
00:25:10 00:25:10 >> Where that is.
00:25:10 00:25:11 >> I like that.
00:25:11 00:25:13 >> I'm back and hooked up again. I got
00:25:13 00:25:15 my systems all up and working.
00:25:15 00:25:17 I had a discussion online
00:25:17 00:25:20 talking about monitor placement.
00:25:20 00:25:23 Should I have my two monitors top and bottom?
00:25:23 00:25:24 Should I have my two monitors side by side?
00:25:24 00:25:26 Should I have my two monitors like this,
00:25:26 00:25:29 or like this, or like this, or whatever?
00:25:29 00:25:30 >> Are you doing a safety dance?
00:25:30 00:25:31 >> I'm doing some kind of a safety dance, I guess.
00:25:31 00:25:33 >> You're doing the safety dance.
00:25:34 00:25:37 >> One out was a gentleman that suggested
00:25:37 00:25:39 I go with a version I've never
00:25:39 00:25:41 thought of before which was taking one
00:25:41 00:25:43 of the monitors off the stand completely
00:25:43 00:25:45 and put in it like a laptop at
00:25:45 00:25:47 a 45-degree angle in front
00:25:47 00:25:49 right on the keyboard desk area,
00:25:49 00:25:50 and then the monitor right above it at
00:25:50 00:25:51 another angle like this so
00:25:51 00:25:53 you're looking straight onto it,
00:25:53 00:25:55 because it's actually acts more like a laptop
00:25:55 00:25:57 and it has the natural angle for your neck to work.
00:25:57 00:25:59 But for me, it's really awesome for when I
00:25:59 00:26:01 have to edit video because I
00:26:01 00:26:03 can have the editor suite up above
00:26:03 00:26:04 and then I can have the video down
00:26:04 00:26:06 below that I'm looking at so it's kind of neat.
00:26:06 00:26:08 >> Yes, I didn't see that.
00:26:08 00:26:10 >> I don't have it like this because I
00:26:10 00:26:13 don't look at big lines of code and that sort of crap.
00:26:13 00:26:14 >> Yes, neither do I.
00:26:14 00:26:16 >> The code I look at is mostly scripts or
00:26:16 00:26:19 else it's markdown files.
00:26:19 00:26:20 >> Exactly. Now, on
00:26:20 00:26:22 my configuration is I have
00:26:22 00:26:24 two monitors for my desktop up high,
00:26:24 00:26:27 my SAW, my old Surface Pro three, and my Surface book.
00:26:27 00:26:29 >> Oh, SAW, I'm like, "What?".
00:26:29 00:26:32 >> My secure access workstation,
00:26:32 00:26:35 so I can access production systems.
00:26:35 00:26:37 I took my old Surface Pro three
00:26:37 00:26:39 which had the radios Dionet.
00:26:39 00:26:45 I set it up. I had an old third-party dock on it.
00:26:45 00:26:48 So I plugged it in and it's actually my kiosk.
00:26:48 00:26:51 I put all of the main metrics that we have for
00:26:51 00:26:56 our system and they go flying by on a rotator.
00:26:56 00:26:57 >> Tony here online.
00:26:57 00:26:59 Tony would say that he's not looking
00:26:59 00:27:00 forward to having to go to open space,
00:27:00 00:27:03 an open office shared space that's there.
00:27:03 00:27:07 Frederick is mentioning that coffee time
00:27:07 00:27:09 happens when you have to do phone calls, possible?
00:27:09 00:27:11 >> True, possibly. We have phone a room.
00:27:11 00:27:13 In the neighborhoods, we have-.
00:27:13 00:27:16 >> A properly designed office has those.
00:27:16 00:27:19 This is a refactored non-renovated building
00:27:19 00:27:20 where there literary are no phone rooms.
00:27:20 00:27:21 >> Exactly.
00:27:21 00:27:22 >> There's only one conference room
00:27:22 00:27:24 that is actually Corey's conference room.
00:27:24 00:27:25 >> Of course.
00:27:25 00:27:29 >> It's blocked CVP, can't use it on the floor.
00:27:29 00:27:30 Trying to find space, like I'm
00:27:30 00:27:31 meeting someone after the show.
00:27:31 00:27:35 I've got to basically meet them in the hallway someplace.
00:27:35 00:27:36 >> Michael Bender's saying he's actually
00:27:36 00:27:37 working from your home office right
00:27:37 00:27:42 now. You didn't know that?
00:27:42 00:27:43 >> No, I didn't know that.
00:27:43 00:27:44 >> Okay.
00:27:44 00:27:44 >> Interesting.
00:27:44 00:27:45 >> All right.
00:27:45 00:27:47 >> I think I should probably check my security system.
00:27:47 00:27:50 >> Exactly. It's in the cloud,
00:27:50 00:27:51 right? The security's in the cloud?
00:27:51 00:27:53 >> It's true, it's true.
00:27:53 00:27:55 Craziness, man, craziness.
00:27:55 00:27:57 >> It's been super interesting move.
00:27:57 00:28:02 I haven't moved, knock on wood, since I got to my-.
00:28:02 00:28:05 >> Who is it? Our friend Denise
00:28:05 00:28:07 recommends that when you join Microsoft,
00:28:07 00:28:09 you keep an Excel spreadsheet of
00:28:09 00:28:11 all the buildings and office numbers that you've been in
00:28:11 00:28:12 as well as the managers of
00:28:12 00:28:14 the different teams you've worked on to keep
00:28:14 00:28:17 track of them all because it builds up.
00:28:17 00:28:18 >> It builds up over time.
00:28:18 00:28:20 >> I started in 26, I moved to nine.
00:28:20 00:28:22 I move back two different space in nine.
00:28:22 00:28:24 I was in 25 briefly,
00:28:24 00:28:27 and then now I'm in 40,
00:28:27 00:28:32 then I was in 41, then I move to 42.
00:28:32 00:28:34 Forty-two got renovated, I moved to
00:28:34 00:28:36 22 and then they're going to probably move me back to 40,
00:28:36 00:28:38 I think, when they finally get the 40.
00:28:38 00:28:40 Forty and 41 are being red gutted right now.
00:28:40 00:28:42 >> Yes. When I started here,
00:28:42 00:28:44 I was in 109 across the freeway.
00:28:44 00:28:47 At Microsoft IT, you're
00:28:47 00:28:49 in all the whatever buildings are leftover buildings.
00:28:49 00:28:51 I was in 109. I was in
00:28:51 00:28:54 Redmond Town Center, building four.
00:28:54 00:28:56 >> I've been to RTC five.
00:28:56 00:29:00 >> Yes, but then I got the treasury team at that point,
00:29:00 00:29:01 then I was in building eight on campus,
00:29:01 00:29:03 on main, and one of the old, one of the first buildings.
00:29:03 00:29:04 >> The originals.
00:29:04 00:29:06 >> Exactly, that was awesome. I had
00:29:06 00:29:09 a nice size office because I
00:29:09 00:29:10 was a manager so they gave me
00:29:10 00:29:12 a director size office
00:29:12 00:29:14 and I'm like, "But I'm not a director."
00:29:14 00:29:15 "That's the only one available that's
00:29:15 00:29:16 large enough." I'm like, "Okay."
00:29:16 00:29:17 >> Nice.
00:29:17 00:29:18 >> I got this nice, big office.
00:29:18 00:29:20 Everybody else on the team that had been there for
00:29:20 00:29:22 years longer than me and I have the nicest office.
00:29:22 00:29:27 They hated me for that. Then I left.
00:29:27 00:29:29 No, I went out to Millennium.
00:29:29 00:29:32 >> Yes, that's like Siberia.
00:29:32 00:29:34 >> Siberia. That's where MSIT is
00:29:34 00:29:37 almost all now except for when I came back.
00:29:37 00:29:40 I thought, if my name was Siberia,
00:29:40 00:29:43 I was put in the Sam C just even further.
00:29:43 00:29:46 >> Is Millennium all the way down into Comma?
00:29:46 00:29:49 >> No, millennium is on the way home.
00:29:49 00:29:50 >> I drive past it.
00:29:50 00:29:53 >> You drive past it. Millennium Park there on the left.
00:29:53 00:29:54 >> That's right next to the asphalt plant.
00:29:54 00:29:58 >> Exactly. It's almost all MSIT except for a couple of
00:29:58 00:30:01 other people who've had
00:30:01 00:30:04 longstanding holdings in those buildings,
00:30:04 00:30:06 and then Sam C. Those are
00:30:06 00:30:08 the two places where Microsoft IT is now.
00:30:08 00:30:10 So those two locations.
00:30:10 00:30:13 I'm so glad to not be in Sam anymore.
00:30:13 00:30:14 >> Nice.
00:30:14 00:30:15 >> Yeah.
00:30:15 00:30:17 So, one of the things that came
00:30:17 00:30:18 up with the monitor discussion
00:30:18 00:30:21 was go with a single monitor but
00:30:21 00:30:28 a 4k because you can fit your apps inside of the thing.
00:30:28 00:30:30 >> I've got a good story here.
00:30:30 00:30:33 >> I don't know. I don't have the budget to buy a 4k.
00:30:33 00:30:35 >> So, at home,
00:30:35 00:30:36 I have two 4k monitors.
00:30:36 00:30:37 >> Of course.
00:30:37 00:30:39 >> Well, they're at Cosco for like $239.
00:30:39 00:30:40 >> Yeah?
00:30:40 00:30:41 >> Yeah. Samsung.
00:30:41 00:30:41 >> I didn't know that.
00:30:41 00:30:41 >> 4k monitor.
00:30:41 00:30:42 >> I thought those were TVs.
00:30:42 00:30:45 >> I told you this like 400 times. No, they're monitors.
00:30:45 00:30:45 >> Yeah?
00:30:45 00:30:47 >> Yeah. They do have two HDMI inputs,
00:30:47 00:30:51 but they have a display port. So I've been running.
00:30:51 00:30:53 I took all my old server parts
00:30:53 00:30:55 from all my old servers at home,
00:30:55 00:30:57 and I built up a machine at home.
00:30:57 00:30:58 It's not a bad machine.
00:30:58 00:31:01 It's quad core i5.
00:31:01 00:31:03 But at the time, it was one of the bigger i5s.
00:31:03 00:31:07 32 gigs of RAM, all SSDs.
00:31:07 00:31:10 Just built out for speed, and then,
00:31:10 00:31:13 it had the motherboard Intel video.
00:31:13 00:31:16 >> Wow. Does it even get that high resolution?
00:31:16 00:31:22 >> No. So, I ended up buying a GeForce 1070 Ti.
00:31:22 00:31:22 >> Yeah.
00:31:22 00:31:27 >> Plugged it in, plugged in display port cables,
00:31:27 00:31:28 run them up to the monitors.
00:31:28 00:31:33 I know I did this. I actually had to dig out my glasses.
00:31:33 00:31:37 They are so small.
00:31:37 00:31:41 >> Did you run them at like 400 percent magnification?
00:31:41 00:31:44 >> No. 150 right now. I'm feeling good.
00:31:44 00:31:47 Other people told me they have to run at 200, so I'm 150.
00:31:47 00:31:48 But, oh my goodness.
00:31:48 00:31:50 >> I'll tell you what.
00:31:50 00:31:52 I've never sat in front of a 4k,
00:31:52 00:31:54 but now, I have to regret that because definitely,
00:31:54 00:31:56 I'm having a problem right now.
00:31:56 00:31:57 If I sit back like this,
00:31:57 00:31:59 I don't see my screen.
00:31:59 00:32:00 >> [inaudible] glasses.
00:32:00 00:32:01 >> What to do what?
00:32:01 00:32:02 >> So, that's crazy.
00:32:02 00:32:06 >> No. I had
00:32:06 00:32:08 a good laugh at myself because I was doing the whole.
00:32:08 00:32:08 >> Squinting.
00:32:08 00:32:10 >> I did squinting,
00:32:10 00:32:11 and then, I put the glasses on.
00:32:11 00:32:12 I can't see.
00:32:12 00:32:13 What's going on here?
00:32:13 00:32:15 >> Nice.
00:32:15 00:32:18 >> But man, it's nice to have all that at home.
00:32:18 00:32:19 >> Yeah.
00:32:19 00:32:20 >> I'm doing some projects at home,
00:32:20 00:32:22 so I'm able to throw stuff up on
00:32:22 00:32:24 both monitors and have code,
00:32:24 00:32:26 and have this and have that,
00:32:26 00:32:28 and still game on the other monitor.
00:32:28 00:32:31 >> Yeah, of course. Fast enough refresh rate.
00:32:31 00:32:33 >> Exactly. I was playing.
00:32:33 00:32:35 I can't remember what game I was playing.
00:32:35 00:32:40 I wasn't playing full 4k size,
00:32:40 00:32:43 but I was getting 30 frames per second.
00:32:43 00:32:47 It was definitely bigger than 10 ABP,
00:32:47 00:32:48 but not quite full 4k.
00:32:48 00:32:53 I was getting 30 frames per second at the highest.
00:32:53 00:32:55 Every detail turned up.
00:32:55 00:32:56 I think it was City: Skylines,
00:32:56 00:32:58 and every detail turned up.
00:32:58 00:33:00 It was still getting 30 frames a second. I was like, yes.
00:33:00 00:33:05 >> Nice. The monitor setup has been locked in,
00:33:05 00:33:06 so I'm going to keep that one there.
00:33:06 00:33:07 >> So, you're going to do the low angle.
00:33:07 00:33:09 >> I'm doing the low angle on the other,
00:33:09 00:33:12 although I need to find a way I can raise the angle.
00:33:12 00:33:12 >> We need pictures.
00:33:12 00:33:14 >> So that it doesn't slip out.
00:33:14 00:33:15 >> LEGOs.
00:33:15 00:33:16 >> What?
00:33:16 00:33:17 >> Make a LEGO stand.
00:33:17 00:33:20 >> I guess I could. I'm thinking I just
00:33:20 00:33:22 need to get some kind of an anti-slip mat,
00:33:22 00:33:23 or something like that.
00:33:23 00:33:24 Right now, it's literally being held in place by
00:33:24 00:33:28 my keyboard to keep them sliding out. But it works.
00:33:28 00:33:30 >> As you're typing this, and like.
00:33:30 00:33:32 >> I still do Docs
00:33:32 00:33:33 on and off with some of the stuff that I'm working on.
00:33:33 00:33:36 So, it's even nice with Docs as well.
00:33:36 00:33:38 So, it's working well with documentation.
00:33:38 00:33:42 I've been working on some stuff for extensions.
00:33:42 00:33:43 >> Oh, really?
00:33:43 00:33:45 >> Yeah. Actually updating our extension documentation.
00:33:45 00:33:47 >> Wow. That would be helpful because
00:33:47 00:33:49 we've had problems with extensions in my group.
00:33:49 00:33:51 >> Yeah. There's a lot of extensions that need to
00:33:51 00:33:52 have some good love
00:33:52 00:33:53 and good documentation, so they're finally [inaudible].
00:33:53 00:33:54 >> There's a lot of things that needs
00:33:54 00:33:56 some good love and good documentation.
00:33:56 00:33:57 >> So, that's going on right now,
00:33:57 00:34:00 which is awesome, to get that up to speed.
00:34:00 00:34:02 I'm still teaching people how to use
00:34:02 00:34:04 good old-fashioned Git for publishing.
00:34:04 00:34:07 >> I am so excited.
00:34:07 00:34:09 I've learned so much Git lately.
00:34:09 00:34:11 I've learned how to actually fix.
00:34:11 00:34:12 >> Fix problems.
00:34:12 00:34:16 >> Fix problems and commits and merges and pull requests,
00:34:16 00:34:18 and how you can do multiple commits
00:34:18 00:34:20 with pull request, and those other stuff.
00:34:20 00:34:22 We have full automation.
00:34:22 00:34:26 We were doing a whole bunch of things as a part of
00:34:26 00:34:27 the project that we were to convert
00:34:27 00:34:30 that one application into the WebApp and the WebJob.
00:34:30 00:34:31 >> Yeah.
00:34:31 00:34:34 >> That's actually on a full CI/CD pipeline
00:34:34 00:34:38 from the Git source
00:34:38 00:34:41 all the way into Azure WebApps and WebJobs.
00:34:41 00:34:42 >> That's cool. Yeah.
00:34:42 00:34:43 >> Full auto deployment.
00:34:43 00:34:45 In fact, every time we check in code,
00:34:45 00:34:48 it updates the test site.
00:34:48 00:34:51 So, the build happens. It does all the build.
00:34:51 00:34:53 It sets the site up, and then,
00:34:53 00:34:57 we have a Microsoft Flow that reminds us to go in.
00:34:57 00:35:00 There's two manual settings, and it reminds us.
00:35:00 00:35:01 It sends us a reminder mail because
00:35:01 00:35:03 if we did it inside the pipeline,
00:35:03 00:35:05 we have to supply a username and
00:35:05 00:35:06 password to send the email as.
00:35:06 00:35:07 >> Right.
00:35:07 00:35:09 >> But Flow can actually detect the end of
00:35:09 00:35:12 a build on a certain build train,
00:35:12 00:35:13 and then, send an email,
00:35:13 00:35:15 and it's all kept in within Flow.
00:35:15 00:35:17 It's like, okay, I'll send a mail.
00:35:17 00:35:19 It's hilarious now. So, we not only send a mail,
00:35:19 00:35:22 we also have it post to
00:35:22 00:35:25 our team channel for that application, that service.
00:35:25 00:35:28 Everyone was like, what is all of this stuff?
00:35:28 00:35:29 I'll explain it how we did it,
00:35:29 00:35:30 and they're like, why did you get it to do this?
00:35:30 00:35:31 I'm like, well, it's just Flow.
00:35:31 00:35:35 Everybody in the org is now like, I'm Mr Flow.
00:35:35 00:35:38 >> So, I think you have a flow that goes on.
00:35:38 00:35:39 I think it's a flow that
00:35:39 00:35:41 when a mail comes in your mailbox,
00:35:41 00:35:43 and it said, I can OOF message,
00:35:43 00:35:44 and I can counter blocker.
00:35:44 00:35:44 >> Yes.
00:35:44 00:35:45 >> You need to share that one.
00:35:45 00:35:46 >> Okay.
00:35:46 00:35:47 >> You talked about it last time.
00:35:47 00:35:48 >> Yes, I did.
00:35:48 00:35:49 >> I was going through a bunch of stuff
00:35:49 00:35:50 because of spring break.
00:35:50 00:35:52 So, lots of people are doing OOF messages right now.
00:35:52 00:35:53 >>Yeah.
00:35:53 00:35:55 >> I'm like, didn't Shockley talk about this
00:35:55 00:35:57 somewhere and I didn't listen to him, or something?
00:35:57 00:35:58 Or he didn't give me the full details?
00:35:58 00:35:59 >> You never listen to me.
00:35:59 00:36:02 >> So, anyway. I'd love to see what it is.
00:36:02 00:36:04 >> It's a simple flow.
00:36:04 00:36:06 What you do is
00:36:06 00:36:08 you set up a second calendar. I call it OOF.
00:36:08 00:36:08 >> Yeah.
00:36:08 00:36:11 >> It looks for anything with OOF or
00:36:11 00:36:15 OOO because we have some people in our org that does OOO.
00:36:15 00:36:16 >> Out of Office.
00:36:16 00:36:16 >> Yeah, I know. But, I mean.
00:36:16 00:36:17 >> But it's normally OOF.
00:36:17 00:36:22 >> It's Out of Facilities where OOF came from.
00:36:22 00:36:24 >> Pulling out the jargon, are we?
00:36:24 00:36:25 >> Yes.
00:36:25 00:36:26 >> Pulling out the jargon.
00:36:26 00:36:30 >> I looked that up on the glossary.
00:36:30 00:36:31 >> Yeah. Someone shared
00:36:31 00:36:35 military terms on my social feed just recently.
00:36:35 00:36:36 >> Oh, really?
00:36:36 00:36:38 >> It's like where SNAFU comes from.
00:36:38 00:36:38 >> Oh, yes.
00:36:38 00:36:41 >> There's a whole manual of military jargon.
00:36:41 00:36:41 >> FUBAR.
00:36:41 00:36:44 >> FUBAR. Military jargon that's made it
00:36:44 00:36:46 into colloquial expressions nowadays.
00:36:46 00:36:46 >> Got it.
00:36:46 00:36:48 >> It's a big word, colloquial.
00:36:48 00:36:50 >> Yeah. I can't say that.
00:36:50 00:36:53 >> So, the last one.
00:36:53 00:36:55 Like foosball, FUBAR, military.
00:36:55 00:36:55 >> I could say [inaudible].
00:36:55 00:36:57 >> I still can't say that. Stop bugging
00:36:57 00:36:58 me about that, please.
00:36:58 00:37:00 Are they allowed to do business in the States anymore?
00:37:00 00:37:02 >> No, they aren't. I guess I shouldn't.
00:37:02 00:37:03 >> I guess I don't need to say it anymore.
00:37:03 00:37:05 >> You don't need to worry about it. Yeah, exactly.
00:37:05 00:37:07 >> No. What else, man?
00:37:07 00:37:10 So, yeah. I've stuff I still can't talk about.
00:37:10 00:37:12 I promise I will talk about that in the next episode.
00:37:12 00:37:14 >> Is it going to be [inaudible]?
00:37:14 00:37:17 >> Well, we'll see. That's coming.
00:37:17 00:37:17 >> Okay.
00:37:17 00:37:18 >> I'm just going to tease you with that one there.
00:37:18 00:37:20 >> All right. You are a big tease.
00:37:20 00:37:23 >> I know. It happen sometimes.
00:37:24 00:37:27 That's it for me. You did your stuff.
00:37:27 00:37:27 I did my stuff.
00:37:27 00:37:29 That's work stuff. Boom. That's from the trenches.
00:37:29 00:37:29 >> From the trenches. It's done.
00:37:29 00:37:31 >> Done. Love this transition. We're so smooth.
00:37:31 00:37:33 >> From the trenches.
00:37:33 00:37:34 >> Next up, beer money.
00:37:34 00:37:36 >> Beer money.
00:37:36 00:37:38 >> I got a funny beer money that's going on right now.
00:37:38 00:37:39 >> Great. I want to hear this.
00:37:39 00:37:42 >> Okay. So, it's beer money for Channel 9.
00:37:42 00:37:43 >> Channel 9?
00:37:43 00:37:45 >> Literally beer money for Channel 9.
00:37:45 00:37:46 >> Channel 9's buying us beer?
00:37:46 00:37:47 >> No. Well, they're buying me.
00:37:47 00:37:48 You can help too, if you want.
00:37:48 00:37:49 >> I got a bummed shoulder though.
00:37:49 00:37:50 >> Not true.
00:37:50 00:37:53 Well, no, you could still help.
00:37:53 00:37:55 >> Well, I could have a hard hat and a clipboard.
00:37:55 00:37:57 >> Carry a two-by-four and walk around with it.
00:37:57 00:37:58 >> No. I got to have the.
00:37:58 00:37:59 >> Safety vest.
00:37:59 00:37:59 >> The safety vest.
00:37:59 00:38:02 >> Okay. We'll see if I can find a safety vest.
00:38:02 00:38:02 >> Well, I've got one at home.
00:38:02 00:38:07 >> It is rewiring and networking the studio.
00:38:07 00:38:10 Going with 10 gig across the board
00:38:10 00:38:13 for the editing workstations to talk to the servers.
00:38:13 00:38:14 >> Wow. Nice.
00:38:14 00:38:16 >> Relocating a server into the server rack.
00:38:16 00:38:18 >> Because that server room's going away, right?
00:38:18 00:38:20 >> Yes. Probably in the near future.
00:38:20 00:38:23 Then, also going in and reconnecting and
00:38:23 00:38:24 redesigning all of the networks
00:38:24 00:38:26 that they have for the TV monitors,
00:38:26 00:38:28 the TV cameras, the breakout rooms,
00:38:28 00:38:29 this room in here, and stuff like too.
00:38:29 00:38:30 >> Oh, neat.
00:38:30 00:38:31 >> So, you're welcome to come and join.
00:38:31 00:38:33 But I bought a bunch of stuff.
00:38:33 00:38:35 It's like a 10 gig Magnum Switch.
00:38:35 00:38:36 It's nice, from NETGEAR.
00:38:36 00:38:37 >> Wow.
00:38:37 00:38:39 >> A Ubiquity router to be able to
00:38:39 00:38:41 use like a small business-style router
00:38:41 00:38:42 to be able to get the proper stuff.
00:38:42 00:38:43 >> Yeah.
00:38:43 00:38:47 >> Right now, you're using literally,
00:38:47 00:38:49 is it even a TP-Link?
00:38:49 00:38:51 I don't even know what it is.
00:38:51 00:38:54 It's this consumer grade,
00:38:54 00:38:56 four port daisy chained off of
00:38:56 00:38:57 a 24 port with
00:38:57 00:38:59 another guy over here, a small one over there.
00:38:59 00:39:00 >> You're hurting me.
00:39:00 00:39:03 >> It's craziness. So, they even have,
00:39:03 00:39:04 just in case they don't have it,
00:39:04 00:39:05 they even have Cat
00:39:05 00:39:07 7 cables to be able to get the proper speeds.
00:39:07 00:39:07 >> Wow.
00:39:07 00:39:10 >> So, it'll be fun, nice little fun project.
00:39:10 00:39:13 >> Did you have a IT kit and verify that Cat cable?
00:39:13 00:39:14 >> I did not.
00:39:14 00:39:15 >> Okay.
00:39:15 00:39:18 >> So, I know Gomez is physically checking
00:39:18 00:39:20 the ones that are already run for
00:39:20 00:39:21 the editing workstations because they
00:39:21 00:39:23 supposedly already have Cat 7s.
00:39:23 00:39:23 >> Got it.
00:39:23 00:39:25 >> These are spares just in case.
00:39:25 00:39:25 >> Got it.
00:39:25 00:39:25 >> To where they are.
00:39:25 00:39:26 >> Nice.
00:39:26 00:39:27 >> That'll be fun. That's it.
00:39:27 00:39:29 That's my first level of beer money that I have.
00:39:29 00:39:30 >> Nice. Very nice.
00:39:30 00:39:33 >> For sure. Then just general stuff.
00:39:33 00:39:35 I've been trying to get my son hooked
00:39:35 00:39:37 up with his machine correctly,
00:39:37 00:39:39 wireless was giving him his problem,
00:39:39 00:39:39 you already heard about
00:39:39 00:39:41 wireless story and my Internet story
00:39:41 00:39:44 with the Comcast folks and Xfinity folks.
00:39:44 00:39:45 That's been resolved so far.
00:39:45 00:39:46 >> Nice.
00:39:46 00:39:48 >> That handles it for me. Pretty simple
00:39:48 00:39:50 but a cool project from Channel 9.
00:39:50 00:39:54 >> No kidding. Well, the only beer money
00:39:54 00:39:56 I've had at all for
00:39:56 00:39:59 the past month or so has been helping my sister setup.
00:39:59 00:40:00 >> The cottage.
00:40:00 00:40:01 >> The lake house.
00:40:01 00:40:02 >> The lake house.
00:40:02 00:40:03 >> The Xbox, the lake house.
00:40:03 00:40:05 >> Everybody all across
00:40:05 00:40:06 different places call it a different thing.
00:40:06 00:40:09 Where I'm from, up North,
00:40:09 00:40:11 we call it going to the camp.
00:40:11 00:40:12 >> Got it.
00:40:12 00:40:14 >> I'm going to the camp or I'm going to land.
00:40:14 00:40:16 >> But they actually have,
00:40:16 00:40:19 it's a house on a lake.
00:40:19 00:40:21 >> The camp could be a multi-million dollar house.
00:40:21 00:40:21 >> Okay. Okay.
00:40:21 00:40:24 >> On a lake. They still call it the camp.
00:40:24 00:40:27 But in Ottawa, where I lived the last little while,
00:40:27 00:40:28 they call it the cottage.
00:40:28 00:40:29 >> Okay.
00:40:29 00:40:30 >> It doesn't matter how big or
00:40:30 00:40:31 how small or what it is or.
00:40:31 00:40:32 >> Here we call it the cabin.
00:40:32 00:40:34 >> Here, it's cabin. Is that Montana?
00:40:34 00:40:35 >> Montana is definitely a cabin.
00:40:35 00:40:36 >> Cabin.
00:40:36 00:40:40 >> In Montana, it could really be a cabin with no heat,
00:40:40 00:40:42 just couple of walls on them.
00:40:42 00:40:43 >> Keeps the rain off you.
00:40:43 00:40:43 >> Exactly.
00:40:43 00:40:44 >> Right.
00:40:44 00:40:46 >> So, Seattle calls it a cabin, too?
00:40:46 00:40:48 >> A lot of people around here called it cabin.
00:40:48 00:40:50 Some people go camping.
00:40:51 00:40:56 >> My son's girlfriend calls it going to the lake.
00:40:56 00:40:58 Their family has a place on the lake.
00:40:58 00:41:00 >> Your son has a girlfriend?
00:41:00 00:41:00 >> He does.
00:41:00 00:41:01 >> My, my.
00:41:01 00:41:03 >> He's 16, man.
00:41:03 00:41:06 >> I still see him though on Xbox Live. What's the deal?
00:41:06 00:41:09 >> He leaves it on Xbox Live because he
00:41:09 00:41:11 used the Xbox as his video streamer.
00:41:11 00:41:11 >> Okay, I got it.
00:41:11 00:41:13 >> From YouTube and from other locations.
00:41:13 00:41:14 >> Got it.
00:41:14 00:41:16 >> He can quote every word
00:41:16 00:41:20 said off of every Family Guy episode ever.
00:41:20 00:41:22 He knows Family Guy down like this.
00:41:22 00:41:24 >> I don't know if that's a good thing or bad.
00:41:24 00:41:25 >> Bob's Burgers as well,
00:41:25 00:41:27 it was Bob's Burgers as well,
00:41:27 00:41:31 and loves Rick and Morty.
00:41:31 00:41:33 In my opinion, he's got some good taste
00:41:33 00:41:34 in cartoons, right?
00:41:34 00:41:37 But, yeah,
00:41:37 00:41:40 that's one of the reasons why my Internet's so high.
00:41:40 00:41:42 >> I wonder why it's
00:41:42 00:41:44 so high if he's streaming all that content.
00:41:44 00:41:47 Yeah. But just so,
00:41:47 00:41:49 do you have an Xbox yet to play games again?
00:41:49 00:41:51 >> I do have an Xbox.
00:41:51 00:41:56 But both kids, both groups of kids,
00:41:56 00:41:57 the girls and the guys,
00:41:57 00:41:59 they always steal my damn controller.
00:41:59 00:42:01 So, I go to sit down and play
00:42:01 00:42:06 some Assassin's Creed or play some Rainbow Six Siege,
00:42:06 00:42:09 or whatever it is, I still haven't bought in PUBG yet.
00:42:09 00:42:11 But anyway, I can't
00:42:11 00:42:13 because they take my controller all the time.
00:42:13 00:42:16 So, I want to tether the controller
00:42:16 00:42:19 with an anti-theft device so I can just leave it.
00:42:19 00:42:22 >> You could do one of those cables
00:42:22 00:42:24 and if you pull the cable out, it goes.
00:42:24 00:42:25 >> Yeah. But.
00:42:25 00:42:27 >> I don't think wife would allow that one.
00:42:27 00:42:28 >> No, she wouldn't like that on there.
00:42:28 00:42:30 Wouldn't like that one there.
00:42:30 00:42:31 >> Yeah.
00:42:31 00:42:32 >> So, actually, I just bought
00:42:32 00:42:36 a new stand that's a charging stand for it.
00:42:36 00:42:38 They took the stand, too.
00:42:38 00:42:40 >> They took the stand.
00:42:40 00:42:42 >> Stand and the controller, and I'm,
00:42:42 00:42:46 like, "You have three controllers in the room",
00:42:46 00:42:47 and they say, "All the batteries' dead."
00:42:47 00:42:49 I'm, like, "They're rechargeable.
00:42:49 00:42:50 Put them on the stand
00:42:50 00:42:52 while I was in the middle of a game."
00:42:52 00:42:54 So they put it on pause, they go run downstairs,
00:42:54 00:42:56 they grab mine because it's on the stand the charging.
00:42:56 00:42:57 >> All the time.
00:42:57 00:42:58 >> Then just re-associate it with that one
00:42:58 00:42:59 upstairs and then I
00:42:59 00:43:02 have to go searching for this darn controller.
00:43:02 00:43:03 >> I think you need to take
00:43:03 00:43:05 the controller with you to work.
00:43:05 00:43:06 >> I think I got to lock it up or something.
00:43:06 00:43:08 >> That, either that, yeah.
00:43:08 00:43:10 Instead of having gun safety,
00:43:10 00:43:10 you need a controller safety.
00:43:10 00:43:11 >> Imagine if I bought one of
00:43:11 00:43:13 the elite controllers or something like that,
00:43:13 00:43:15 that would be gone instantly.
00:43:15 00:43:15 >> Yeah.
00:43:15 00:43:16 >> But then also, Mac has
00:43:16 00:43:18 actually taken one of the controllers to
00:43:18 00:43:21 dedicate it to his PC to play stuff.
00:43:21 00:43:22 >> Gary's got a good idea.
00:43:22 00:43:22 >> What's that?
00:43:22 00:43:24 >> Lick the controller, they won't take it again.
00:43:24 00:43:26 >> Are you kidding me? That doesn't work.
00:43:26 00:43:27 >> Oh, okay.
00:43:27 00:43:32 >> That doesn't work. So, the controller biometrics,
00:43:32 00:43:33 biometric controller safe.
00:43:33 00:43:35 >> Exactly or Kensington cable lock for
00:43:35 00:43:38 Xbox controllers [inaudible] , that might work.
00:43:38 00:43:40 >> That could possibly work, I have to look into that.
00:43:40 00:43:41 >> I actually have one of those
00:43:41 00:43:42 old Kensington lock cables,
00:43:42 00:43:43 but the only computer I'd want to
00:43:43 00:43:45 use it with would be one of
00:43:45 00:43:47 my Surfaces and there's no port for it.
00:43:47 00:43:47 >> There's no port on it, yeah.
00:43:47 00:43:49 >> It's, like, oh, okay. Oops.
00:43:49 00:43:51 >> Yeah, so, that's been rather frustrating.
00:43:51 00:43:52 >> I guess I could use it on my saw.
00:43:52 00:43:55 >> I guess you could. No one's
00:43:55 00:43:56 going to want to steal that
00:43:56 00:43:58 because they don't want to use it.
00:43:59 00:44:01 Hey, it's compliance, we have to.
00:44:01 00:44:03 >> Don't air the dirty laundry here.
00:44:03 00:44:04 >> We have to use it.
00:44:04 00:44:10 Absolutely have to use it. What are we talking about?
00:44:10 00:44:11 >> I have no idea.
00:44:11 00:44:12 >> This was still all just.
00:44:12 00:44:14 >> We were talking about Xbox games,
00:44:14 00:44:15 Xbox stealing your controllers.
00:44:15 00:44:17 >> Yeah, yes. It still go to beer money, I guess.
00:44:17 00:44:18 >> Is that beer money? Oh, because I talked
00:44:18 00:44:20 about the Xbox controller.
00:44:20 00:44:21 >> Right, because that's even setting up at the cottage.
00:44:21 00:44:22 >> Yeah.
00:44:22 00:44:23 >> This is very tangent to today.
00:44:23 00:44:24 >> I've been doing it remotely, too.
00:44:24 00:44:25 >> Okay, that works.
00:44:25 00:44:28 >> Not so much.
00:44:28 00:44:32 Finally, I'm FaceTiming so I can see what's going on.
00:44:32 00:44:35 >> You just reminded me. I did some FaceTime remote work.
00:44:35 00:44:39 My daughters are with my wife down in
00:44:39 00:44:44 Southern Washington and they're in a hotel.
00:44:44 00:44:46 Both of them have Surfy, right.
00:44:46 00:44:49 >> Is it the official.
00:44:49 00:44:51 >> It's like one mouse, two mice,
00:44:51 00:44:55 that sort of stuff. What hotel Wi-Fi?
00:44:55 00:44:56 >> Oh God.
00:44:56 00:45:00 >> Pay gateway, the authentication thing.
00:45:00 00:45:00 >> Yeah.
00:45:00 00:45:03 >> Surface powers up,
00:45:03 00:45:05 connects to the Wi-Fi.
00:45:05 00:45:09 It's open, opens up a browser, continuously spins.
00:45:09 00:45:11 Never does anything.
00:45:11 00:45:14 Never does anything. What's the fix?
00:45:14 00:45:16 >> Check the IP addresses.
00:45:16 00:45:17 >> Like what?
00:45:17 00:45:18 >> Make sure it's on automatic.
00:45:18 00:45:20 >> It is on automatic.
00:45:20 00:45:22 >> Validate that they got addresses.
00:45:22 00:45:23 >> Oh, yeah?
00:45:23 00:45:26 >> I've had several times with my Surfaces.
00:45:26 00:45:29 >> But disable the card, re-enable the card?
00:45:29 00:45:31 >> That doesn't fix it because it's set to
00:45:31 00:45:33 a manual mode and it remembers the last IP that I had.
00:45:33 00:45:38 >> Yeah. So, how would I do it? You [inaudible] coded?
00:45:38 00:45:40 >> Oh, no no. Go in and make sure it's set to auto.
00:45:40 00:45:42 >> It is set to auto. But it has the bracket
00:45:42 00:45:45 preferred and bracket on the IP address.
00:45:45 00:45:46 >> I'm telling you,
00:45:46 00:45:49 go and check the setting to make sure it's still auto.
00:45:49 00:45:51 >> It is. Absolutely, it is.
00:45:51 00:45:52 >> All right.
00:45:52 00:45:54 >> Because auto in my house, it hasn't changed.
00:45:54 00:45:56 >> Yes, it does. There's a bug.
00:45:56 00:45:58 I'm trying to tell you, there's a bug.
00:45:58 00:46:00 It's a feature, it's a feature,
00:46:00 00:46:02 sorry, it's a feature.
00:46:02 00:46:04 So, girls, if you're listening right now,
00:46:04 00:46:07 go into the settings of your network and then flip
00:46:07 00:46:11 it to, you never know.
00:46:11 00:46:14 So, yeah, it's partly beer money I've been doing, too.
00:46:14 00:46:18 >> Fun. Beer talk at all my friends.
00:46:18 00:46:21 We've got the homebrew competition coming up.
00:46:21 00:46:21 >> Yes.
00:46:21 00:46:22 >> Are you submitting?
00:46:22 00:46:25 >> I am. So, sorry,
00:46:25 00:46:27 Scott, we'll talk about beer briefly here.
00:46:27 00:46:28 >> Make it very brief.
00:46:28 00:46:30 >> So, since the last time we talked,
00:46:30 00:46:34 I have bottled 24 bottles of
00:46:34 00:46:37 beer and kept them even using my beer gun.
00:46:37 00:46:37 >> Wow.
00:46:37 00:46:41 >> The only gun that I own is a beer gun.
00:46:41 00:46:44 So, I fill up the bottles and I
00:46:44 00:46:46 have eight bottles of Clogger,
00:46:46 00:46:48 eight bottles of Honey Brown,
00:46:48 00:46:49 and eight bottles of Rye IPA.
00:46:49 00:46:53 Because six or two each of
00:46:53 00:46:54 those bottles that was sent
00:46:54 00:46:56 to the National Hombrewers' competition.
00:46:56 00:46:57 >> Excellent.
00:46:57 00:46:58 >> They're currently being judged,
00:46:58 00:46:59 have no idea how I'm going to do.
00:46:59 00:47:00 >> Got you.
00:47:00 00:47:01 >> Just for fun, decided to do
00:47:01 00:47:02 it because it cost me 14 bucks a
00:47:02 00:47:03 bottle to be able to do.
00:47:03 00:47:05 So, we'll see how that comes out.
00:47:05 00:47:06 >> Okay.
00:47:06 00:47:07 >> But then I have some bottles left
00:47:07 00:47:08 over that I was going to send to
00:47:08 00:47:11 select individuals that can't make it here.
00:47:11 00:47:13 So, our good friend Chuck is in Ohio and stuff like that.
00:47:13 00:47:13 >> Yes.
00:47:13 00:47:16 >> I sent him a bottle to try it out, different things.
00:47:16 00:47:18 >> Did you videotape yourself
00:47:18 00:47:19 sanitizing the bottle and
00:47:19 00:47:21 everything so he'd be satisfied?
00:47:21 00:47:22 >> Oh yeah, it's
00:47:22 00:47:24 documented evidence that it's been sanitized.
00:47:24 00:47:27 >> Properly sanitized and yes.
00:47:28 00:47:29 >> Radiate it.
00:47:29 00:47:32 >> Radiate them to make sure that they're fully clean.
00:47:32 00:47:35 Then for the beer competition,
00:47:35 00:47:39 because I was the brewers choice last year,
00:47:39 00:47:40 Joey's not here to rub it in his face,
00:47:40 00:47:42 but I was the brewer's choice.
00:47:42 00:47:46 >> Wow.
00:47:46 00:47:47 >> I don't feel that
00:47:47 00:47:49 I'm in the running to be able to run.
00:47:49 00:47:50 >> Should I get my phone out and I
00:47:50 00:47:52 can videotape this so that we can.
00:47:52 00:47:53 >> So, you can send it to him.
00:47:53 00:47:54 >> Send it to him.
00:47:54 00:47:57 >> I don't think that I could,
00:47:57 00:48:01 in good faith, to try to win again this year.
00:48:01 00:48:01 >> Yeah.
00:48:01 00:48:03 >> So, I'm letting someone else win.
00:48:03 00:48:07 So, I've created a English ginger beer.
00:48:07 00:48:08 >> Okay.
00:48:08 00:48:11 >> That is actually an English ale-based recipe
00:48:11 00:48:12 with English yeast.
00:48:12 00:48:14 It's more of a wheat beer,
00:48:14 00:48:16 which is kind of interesting.
00:48:16 00:48:18 But then it has ginger,
00:48:18 00:48:20 organic ginger juice that
00:48:20 00:48:22 has been juiced from my juice bar down the road,
00:48:22 00:48:24 the ginger shots that we do.
00:48:24 00:48:27 So, I've got that inside of the beer.
00:48:27 00:48:29 I also have some lime and
00:48:29 00:48:30 some lemon zests in there
00:48:30 00:48:31 as well, it's all been filtered out.
00:48:31 00:48:33 >> Did you also use the limes with the coconuts?
00:48:33 00:48:34 >> I did not use any coconuts.
00:48:34 00:48:35 >> You should have shaken them out.
00:48:35 00:48:37 >> I know. So, it's
00:48:37 00:48:39 in there and then I get to back sweeten it with
00:48:39 00:48:41 some honey and then that's going to be filtered
00:48:41 00:48:43 and kegged this weekend and ready to go.
00:48:43 00:48:44 >> Nice. Excellent.
00:48:44 00:48:45 >> So, ginger beer.
00:48:45 00:48:47 >> Nice. Our friends over at
00:48:47 00:48:49 Bellevue bar have a new beer on tap and
00:48:49 00:48:51 it's in their main beer [inaudible].
00:48:51 00:48:52 >> What is it?
00:48:52 00:48:54 >> It's an English strong ale.
00:48:54 00:48:55 >> English strong?
00:48:55 00:48:58 >> But it's not as strong as the Scotch ale.
00:48:58 00:48:59 >> Right.
00:48:59 00:49:01 >> Okay. So, they give you a full size glass.
00:49:01 00:49:05 >> No, I'm on meds, I can't drink.
00:49:05 00:49:06 >> Okay.
00:49:06 00:49:07 >> I went there with one of
00:49:07 00:49:10 my teammates for lunch yesterday.
00:49:10 00:49:10 >> All right.
00:49:10 00:49:11 >> I saw this and was I was, like, "Oh,
00:49:11 00:49:13 that looks interesting."
00:49:13 00:49:14 >> They've added to the regular rotation now?
00:49:14 00:49:15 Was that a special.
00:49:15 00:49:17 >> Yeah, it's on the menu, that's why I was okay.
00:49:17 00:49:18 >> Well, that's good.
00:49:18 00:49:18 >> Yeah.
00:49:18 00:49:19 >> Yeah, it's all good.
00:49:19 00:49:21 I figured I can get to it sometime soon.
00:49:21 00:49:23 >> They just swapped chefs, didn't they?
00:49:23 00:49:25 >> A while ago, yeah, they did. Yeah.
00:49:25 00:49:29 >> Interesting. I still, haven't gone.
00:49:29 00:49:30 >> I know.
00:49:30 00:49:31 >> BBC.
00:49:31 00:49:31 >> I know.
00:49:31 00:49:32 >> Got to make some time.
00:49:32 00:49:33 >> I know.
00:49:33 00:49:33 >> Got to do the time.
00:49:33 00:49:35 >> Got to forget the chit ones.
00:49:35 00:49:37 >> Oh, yeah.
00:49:37 00:49:38 Yeah. We'll get there.
00:49:38 00:49:39 >> Yeah.
00:49:39 00:49:40 >> We can do it.
00:49:40 00:49:41 >> Sure.
00:49:41 00:49:43 >> John and I will just go on
00:49:43 00:49:44 and hang it out by ourselves.
00:49:44 00:49:45 >> When does John get back?
00:49:45 00:49:47 >> He gets back next week.
00:49:47 00:49:49 >> Okay. Well, maybe it's a good opportunity to go.
00:49:49 00:49:50 >> I think it'll be a great opportunity for [inaudible].
00:49:50 00:49:52 >> You'll be off meds by then?
00:49:52 00:49:53 >> I'll be definitely off the meds and
00:49:53 00:49:55 wanting beer right away.
00:49:55 00:49:56 >> Self-medication, I think it's called.
00:49:56 00:49:57 >> Yes.
00:49:57 00:49:58 >> We can do that.
00:49:58 00:50:00 >> Yes.
00:50:00 00:50:02 >> Random spending.
00:50:02 00:50:03 >> Oh, my God.
00:50:03 00:50:04 >> I've got some random spending.
00:50:04 00:50:06 >> I've done so much random spending.
00:50:06 00:50:08 >> Well, I've got a story to go with my random spending.
00:50:08 00:50:09 >> Why don't you start.
00:50:09 00:50:11 >> Okay. So, I'm
00:50:11 00:50:15 known as the mass murderer of Redmond Ridge,
00:50:15 00:50:17 according to my friends and family right now.
00:50:17 00:50:18 >> Because you kill everything you touch?
00:50:18 00:50:22 >> No, because I electrocuted my fish.
00:50:22 00:50:28 It was completely unexpected
00:50:28 00:50:33 but I killed my saltwater fish tank.
00:50:34 00:50:37 Due to a half hazard accident,
00:50:37 00:50:43 unfortunately, around seven o'clock at night on Sunday,
00:50:43 00:50:45 I did my water change,
00:50:45 00:50:47 I was doing everything all great,
00:50:47 00:50:48 I know there was a temperature here
00:50:48 00:50:50 dropped a little bit too much and so I
00:50:50 00:50:52 threw my extra heater in to be
00:50:52 00:50:53 able to heat up the temperature of the water
00:50:53 00:50:56 back to where supposed to be.
00:50:57 00:51:01 At some point after seven o'clock in the evening,
00:51:01 00:51:05 the heater cracked and exploded.
00:51:05 00:51:06 Unbeknownst to me this happened.
00:51:06 00:51:10 I've never had a heater exploding in a tank before.
00:51:10 00:51:12 The fish were started to be
00:51:12 00:51:16 electrocuted at probably around eight o'clock,
00:51:16 00:51:19 and when I woke up the next
00:51:19 00:51:21 morning on Monday to able do the regular fish routine,
00:51:21 00:51:23 I noticed that eight fish
00:51:23 00:51:25 were belly up lying on the ground.
00:51:26 00:51:29 So, I lost the fish,
00:51:29 00:51:32 coral, yeah that is dead too.
00:51:32 00:51:35 There must have been some kind of a leakage that came out
00:51:35 00:51:38 of the heater that basically poison the water.
00:51:38 00:51:41 The ammonia also kicked in pretty quick too,
00:51:41 00:51:43 and yes so I lost my entire tank.
00:51:43 00:51:45 Little bit upset by it but they call me the
00:51:45 00:51:47 mass murderer of Raven Ridge as a result.
00:51:47 00:51:50 So, those past week, I have been.
00:51:50 00:51:52 >> Making fish and chips.
00:51:54 00:51:56 >> No, you wouldn't want to eat this fish.
00:51:56 00:51:57 >> Okay.
00:51:57 00:52:00 >> It was past due, it was pushing up daisies.
00:52:00 00:52:03 This fish is no more.
00:52:04 00:52:07 It has since been thoroughly cleaned,
00:52:07 00:52:11 disinfected, rinsed, polished,
00:52:11 00:52:13 and new substrate has been added,
00:52:13 00:52:15 new salt water has been added,
00:52:15 00:52:16 and it's now cycling through
00:52:16 00:52:20 the tank to be able to add the rocks back into it again.
00:52:20 00:52:23 So, I think we should probably have a moment of
00:52:23 00:52:27 silence for the fish that are no more.
00:52:30 00:52:32 It is supposed to be quiet.
00:52:40 00:52:42 Okay, I'm done.
00:52:42 00:52:45 So, I bought new heaters now.
00:52:45 00:52:47 >> I bet you did.
00:52:47 00:52:51 >> So, I bought titanium heaters. They are solid metal.
00:52:51 00:52:52 >> They are titanium.
00:52:52 00:52:54 >> They are solid metal, they cannot
00:52:54 00:52:55 explode. Knock on wood.
00:52:55 00:52:58 >> Rick, if anyone's going to figure out how to blow
00:52:58 00:53:00 these things up it's going to be my friend, I'm sorry.
00:53:00 00:53:02 I have all the.
00:53:02 00:53:04 >> The only thing that
00:53:04 00:53:08 survived the electrocution and the poisoning,
00:53:08 00:53:10 it is going to kill them twice
00:53:10 00:53:11 right, make sure they are dead.
00:53:11 00:53:13 The only thing that survived
00:53:13 00:53:15 was actually the hermit crabs.
00:53:15 00:53:18 So, my five hermit crabs,
00:53:18 00:53:20 blue legs and then a one red
00:53:20 00:53:22 legged hermit crab actually survived.
00:53:22 00:53:25 >> Yes Mark I agree with your clause,
00:53:25 00:53:27 that is all I have to say is clause.
00:53:27 00:53:30 >> Yeah. So, that
00:53:30 00:53:32 has been my random spending is restocking my tank.
00:53:32 00:53:34 I can't restock.
00:53:34 00:53:35 >> Is it really random?
00:53:35 00:53:37 I mean, come on, really is it?
00:53:37 00:53:40 >> The tank lasted almost a year.
00:53:40 00:53:42 I kept the damn things alive for
00:53:42 00:53:46 almost a year but now the tank has to go through
00:53:46 00:53:51 a regular cycle of ammonia turned over into nitrates,
00:53:51 00:53:54 turned into regular stuff and levels up the balance.
00:53:54 00:53:57 I can use the same rock that I had,
00:53:57 00:54:00 I can't reuse the substrate which I've replaced.
00:54:00 00:54:02 Then after about a month of
00:54:02 00:54:04 that running and cycling and being clean,
00:54:04 00:54:06 passing water tests, then I can buy fish
00:54:06 00:54:09 again if I can find a store that will sell me new fish.
00:54:09 00:54:12 >> Yeah, that's going
00:54:12 00:54:13 to be your biggest problem my friend.
00:54:13 00:54:14 >> Yeah.
00:54:14 00:54:16 >> All right, because I'm sure you have
00:54:16 00:54:21 a picture of you in every fish you wanted.
00:54:21 00:54:23 >> Yes, do not sell fish to this man.
00:54:23 00:54:24 >> Fish killer.
00:54:25 00:54:27 >> You got some random spending?
00:54:27 00:54:30 >> Oh, my God. Not like you.
00:54:30 00:54:33 I bought a video card, I bought.
00:54:33 00:54:35 >> How did you find inventory of video cards?
00:54:35 00:54:38 >> I just happen to find one on Amazon.
00:54:38 00:54:40 I have made like so many Amazon orders
00:54:40 00:54:41 over the past few weeks like if
00:54:41 00:54:42 you look at my Amazon account,
00:54:42 00:54:45 it is stupid how many purchases I have had.
00:54:45 00:54:46 >> Right.
00:54:46 00:54:48 >> But I have bought things like
00:54:49 00:54:51 new cables for monitors
00:54:51 00:54:53 because my cables weren't long enough.
00:54:53 00:54:54 My display port cables were
00:54:54 00:54:56 not long enough and the computer
00:54:56 00:55:01 had to sit on a box to get close enough to plug them in.
00:55:02 00:55:05 Just yesterday, I bought a whole bunch
00:55:05 00:55:08 of those shoulder gel packs to ice
00:55:08 00:55:10 my shoulder properly because
00:55:10 00:55:11 I haven't been able to and it
00:55:11 00:55:14 has been a problem trying to figure that out.
00:55:14 00:55:15 >> Yeah?
00:55:15 00:55:20 >> Yeah. I have random spent a lot on a lot of
00:55:20 00:55:23 different things and I have
00:55:23 00:55:25 several Amazon boxes around
00:55:25 00:55:29 my house now because of all these little purchases.
00:55:29 00:55:33 I also random spent a whole bunch at Home Depot
00:55:33 00:55:36 before our last show because before I had my surgery,
00:55:36 00:55:39 my bathroom fan and my master bathroom died.
00:55:39 00:55:42 So, I bought one off of Amazon.
00:55:42 00:55:43 But, it is great,
00:55:43 00:55:47 except for the exhaust port was on
00:55:47 00:55:51 the opposite side of where my porting was in the ceiling.
00:55:51 00:55:54 >> You know you can just turn it, right?
00:55:54 00:55:57 >> I'm talking like instead of it being on the left side,
00:55:57 00:55:58 it is on the right side of the same side.
00:55:58 00:56:07 The exhaust vent out in the attic space,
00:56:07 00:56:11 none of it was flexible.
00:56:11 00:56:13 It was all like rigid.
00:56:13 00:56:18 So, I ended up getting some flexible tubing
00:56:18 00:56:20 pulled off part of it and I have not reached through
00:56:20 00:56:22 this hole back when my shoulder was hurting really bad.
00:56:22 00:56:23 >> Oh, man.
00:56:23 00:56:25 >> But I got it all together and
00:56:25 00:56:26 fixed it and it is all done.
00:56:26 00:56:28 It's all that I actually have a fan.
00:56:28 00:56:29 >> Whisper quiet.
00:56:29 00:56:31 >> Whisper quite. Oh, my goodness it is so quiet.
00:56:31 00:56:32 >> That is what I need to get because I got
00:56:32 00:56:34 this Star Builder $10 fan.
00:56:34 00:56:37 >> Yeah, these is incredible, yeah.
00:56:37 00:56:41 So, I got that, I got a whole bunch though,
00:56:41 00:56:42 I had to buy a whole bunch of tools from
00:56:42 00:56:44 Home Depot because I thought I had these tools.
00:56:44 00:56:45 >> Right.
00:56:45 00:56:47 >> One of them was, I didn't even have
00:56:47 00:56:49 a crowbar to pull out the old one.
00:56:49 00:56:51 >> Wow.
00:56:51 00:56:53 >> So, then I had to buy
00:56:53 00:56:56 an impact driver because my drill was too big to fit
00:56:56 00:56:58 in the box to screw into play so I
00:56:58 00:57:00 had to find divide driver to get in
00:57:00 00:57:02 there and screw it into place.
00:57:02 00:57:03 >> Now it is in?
00:57:03 00:57:03 >> Now it's in.
00:57:03 00:57:04 >> Now it works.
00:57:04 00:57:04 >> It's working.
00:57:04 00:57:05 >> Now it's quiet
00:57:05 00:57:07 >> It is great, it is quiet,
00:57:07 00:57:09 the timer still works, everything still works.
00:57:09 00:57:09 >> Nice.
00:57:09 00:57:12 >> So, yes I'm super happy.
00:57:12 00:57:14 >> Timers are good idea.
00:57:14 00:57:16 I was looking at one that actually
00:57:16 00:57:17 has a humidity sensor in it.
00:57:17 00:57:18 >> Yeah, I've seen those.
00:57:18 00:57:19 >> So it knows the basic is turn
00:57:19 00:57:20 on and then turn off as it is
00:57:20 00:57:23 needed the humidity to be.
00:57:23 00:57:25 >> Hey, John, I saw your comment a while ago is that
00:57:25 00:57:27 the three words? Can you respond?
00:57:27 00:57:28 >> Someone is already looking for the words?
00:57:28 00:57:32 >> Yeah, he has already did it. John Flores.
00:57:32 00:57:34 >> See, that's good.
00:57:34 00:57:36 You have a good team.
00:57:36 00:57:36 >> Exactly.
00:57:36 00:57:37 >> They cover for you.
00:57:37 00:57:42 >> Exactly. It looks like, I noticed that Fish Beer Buzz.
00:57:42 00:57:44 >> Fish Beer Buzz?
00:57:44 00:57:49 >> Yeah, Fish Beer Buzz.
00:57:49 00:57:51 Yes, we have a winner.
00:57:51 00:57:53 Winner winner chicken dinner.
00:57:53 00:57:56 So, yeah, so we have a name,
00:57:56 00:57:59 we've talked about everything,
00:57:59 00:58:01 I think it's time to get the band in here.
00:58:01 00:58:02 >> Is this?
00:58:02 00:58:03 >> Yeah it might be is it?
00:58:03 00:58:06 >> Oh, yeah, one minute left.
00:58:06 00:58:07 >> Got about a minute left. So here we go.
00:58:07 00:58:09 There they are, there's the band.
00:58:09 00:58:11 >> No. Good thing you paid them.
00:58:11 00:58:12 >> Yeah.
00:58:12 00:58:12 >> I appreciate that.
00:58:12 00:58:14 >> Well, I didn't pay them, maybe John paid them.
00:58:14 00:58:16 >> If you're joying you're enjoying
00:58:16 00:58:18 your Disney trip or in New York City,
00:58:18 00:58:20 thanks for joining or not joining.
00:58:20 00:58:21 >> Or not joining.
00:58:21 00:58:26 >> Thanks Mr J Flo.
00:58:26 00:58:29 We have Frederick. Good old Thomas Capgive was here,
00:58:29 00:58:31 Gareth was there, Tony is there but I believe
00:58:31 00:58:32 Steven and Ty had to leave.
00:58:32 00:58:33 Sorry we have to leave my friend.
00:58:33 00:58:35 >> Tyler showed up again,
00:58:35 00:58:37 thanks Tyler for showing up again.
00:58:37 00:58:37 >> Nice.
00:58:37 00:58:42 >> Mark Flemming, Ed Lakowski.
00:58:42 00:58:45 We also had Yosef Gareth, Harold Gail.
00:58:45 00:58:47 Harold said take a look at using
00:58:47 00:58:50 an alternate browsers for your problem.
00:58:50 00:58:51 >> It could be it.
00:58:51 00:58:54 >> All right, that is it everybody.
00:58:54 00:58:56 >> It is so hard to name all the people.
00:58:56 00:58:57 >> I know, exactly.
00:58:57 00:59:01 So, have a weekend everybody.
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