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Predator: Hunting Grounds – Multiplayer Gameplay | PS4


JORDAN: Thank you, Chuck. I will take this from you. You won’t be needing
it where you’re going. Man, your teammates
are right here, and I just long-claimed him. Wow.
That’s embarrassing, Jared. CHUCK: Hello, everyone. My name is Chuck Brungardt,
and I’m the CEO of IllFonic. We’re here playing Predator:
Hunting Grounds today. Who are you over
there, Mr. Gerritzen? JARED: Hi. I’m Jared Gerritzen. I’m the CCO at IllFonic. CHUCK: What’s a CCO? JARED: Chief Creative Officer. CHUCK: So you create things? JARED: I do.
CHUCK: Nice. JARED: With the help
of Tramell and Jordan. CHUCK: Go ahead, Tramell. TRAMELL: That would be a
segue way to me, right? And I am the Vice President
of Art of IllFonic, Tramell Ray Isaac. And now it’s on you. JORDAN: Thank you, Tramell. I’m Jordan Mathewson, the lead designer on
Predator: Hunting Grounds. And today we’re going to
be playing some games. And I’m gonna try
and murder Tramell, and I think Tramell is gonna
try and murder me at some point. TRAMELL: God dammit. Yes, I’m gonna give it
a good old college try. That’s what they say. JORDAN: So we’re gonna
jump into a match here. I’m just wrapping up
some customization, making sure my Fire Team is outfitted with all the correct gear to kill Tramell of course. You guys ready? TRAMELL: Get kitted out. You gotta get
kitted out for that. JORDAN: I got my Pred ready.
I got my Fire Team ready. Let’s do this. So it’s my turn to
be Predator now as I hunt down my
fellow colleagues here. I don’t think any of you guys
stand a chance to be honest. TRAMELL: Wow. CHUCK: Jordan, I’m
gonna kill you so hard. JORDAN: You know when a
cat plays with a mouse? Okay. Okay. Let’s see here. TRAMELL: I just got
startled by some birds. CHUCK: There’s a guy over here. TRAMELL: Hey guy.
What are you doing? Just destroyed that kid. Get outta my face. JORDAN: Look at that. What do you know. Right there, one of those birds
flying away that someone just kicked up. It’s almost like you
guys want to be found. TRAMELL: Yep. I’m going around the back way. JORDAN: Is that you,
Tramell, that I’m watching? TRAMELL: Probably. CHUCK: I’m trying to find
some mud to — TRAMELL: Oh, he’s
shooting at me. CHUCK: Where would
I find some mud? TRAMELL: Look out, laser beams. No! I’m down. JARED: Tramell, what
are you doing, dude? JORDAN: The correct
answer is, yes, looking anywhere that
looks watery, muddy. You can just look straight down, and you’ll be able to
apply mud to yourself. And it will only last
a little bit of time, but it makes it very
difficult for me to see you. JARED: What are you doing?
Why are you over here? CHUCK: Why am I way over there? JORDAN: I’m so close. TRAMELL: I was
snaking around, man. JARED: What the shit? TRAMELL: Oh, get out of here. CHUCK: Normal lasers,
normal force lasers. JORDAN: They’re naturally
occurring in this part of the world obviously. TRAMELL: I needed that. JARED: Wait, where’s
the fourth person? CHUCK: Sorry, I’m coming, guys. TRAMELL: Watch out,
he’s aiming at you. No! CHUCK: It’ll grow back. TRAMELL: Who was that? CHUCK: No, no, no. JARED: How are you down again? TRAMELL: That’s not me.
That’s not me. It’s somebody else. I’m trying to run. Crawl this way. Did you get him? Did you get him up? CHUCK: I’m safe
for the time being. TRAMELL: We’re going
to the objective. I don’t know where
you guys are going. Run. JARED: Why did you
go this way, Tramell? TRAMELL: What? Don’t worry about that, man. Why are you living in the past? JORDAN: Probably the most
important thing about being a Predator is making sure
you pick your moments. I could run right now, and
I probably would succeed, but. CHUCK: You totally
ran right into him. JORDAN: I have the perfect
opportunity now for you guys to get sidetracked by all these AI. BRETT: On the Fire Team,
while we’re down here, other than our objectives,
what should we be not doing? You mentioned kicking up noise, drawing a lot of
attention to ourselves. TRAMELL: I just did
the alarm thing. You should probably not do that. Just follow me, and you’ll
learn all the things not to do. CHUCK: There’s a lot of ways you
can kind of come in and sneak into a camp if you can and try
to avoid the AI where you can. And then there’s some
as soon as you trigger, there’s a guy that will run and
make things — JARED: Oh no. CHUCK: Use your words.
What’s going on? JARED: I don’t know.
I’m down. Jordan shot me. TRAMELL: Oh no. I need
some help there, bro. CHUCK: I’m close. But
this feels suspicious. JARED: Watch out for
that guy over there. TRAMELL: It’s a tarp.
It’s a tarp. Watch out. I got a health kit over here. Get this. I’m gonna need that. JORDAN: Whoa. TRAMELL: I just got healed up. JARED: Help me, save me. TRAMELL: Who’s down? Where you at? I’m coming for you. CHUCK: Swear to goodness. JARED: He shot me in the back. TRAMELL: Shoot him in the head. Just put him out of his misery. It’s too late. It’s too
late for that guy. CHUCK: Oh, there it goes. TRAMELL: Kill him, kill him. JORDAN: I’ll be taking that. TRAMELL: Chuck a grenade at him. JARED: Keep on tagging him.
Keep on tagging him. CHUCK: Get him,
get him, get him. TRAMELL: Grenade. JARED: He’s over here. TRAMELL: Follow the
trail that he’s leaving. JARED: Yeah, so you can kind of
see now on the ground there’s some of his green blood
so you can kind of follow. TRAMELL: He’s got
that green goo. CHUCK: Where did he go? TRAMELL: I’m gonna mud
up so he can’t see me. JARED: Sorry. I got sidetracked with some — TRAMELL: Just slather
on that mud. It feels so good. Oh, dude, I found
some jewels over here. JORDAN: So how are you guys
doing with the mission? TRAMELL: The mission
is to kill you. That’s what I’m trying to do. JARED: Wait, why is
there only three of us? Where’s the fourth? TRAMELL: I don’t know. JORDAN: You didn’t see me rip
his skull out in front of you. TRAMELL: Oh, dude. Did we lose a guy and not know? JORDAN: Brett was sitting there,
and I jumped down and ripped. TRAMELL: Oh wow. CHUCK: Let’s just
stay right here. Let’s just stay right here. JARED: Reinforcements. CHUCK: No, let’s wait for that. TRAMELL: No, I’m
gonna do it now. BRETT: You’re gonna do it now? CHUCK: Tramell just runs off. TRAMELL: Yes, I’m gonna do it. I gotta get your boy back in the
game seeing how you don’t know what he’s doing. BRETT: So of anything I
collected, the currency, if I get my head
ripped off, is that it? TRAMELL: That’s all gone, dude. You know that blue dude
that hits stuff and jewels come out of him? That’s you. I just shot a boar. JARED: There’s actually a way
for you to come back in game so there’s reinforcement points. TRAMELL: I just
called reinforcements. He should be good to go. JORDAN: I don’t think
you did, Tramell. CHUCK: I don’t think you did. TRAMELL: I did. BRETT: The fact that you
have to stand near it. CHUCK: Wait, wait, wait, wait. JARED: He’s coming. Watch out. TRAMELL: I’m pressing
reinforcements. Why is he not — JARED: So that’s a way for you to come back in the game. TRAMELL: Oh snap. Watch out. CHUCK: I’ve been resurrected. JARED: Respawn chance. TRAMELL: Here it is.
You’re welcome. How about that? BRETT: I will try too make
it worth everyone’s while. TRAMELL: I just
saved your life, son. CHUCK: He’s over east.
He’s over east. TRAMELL: Let’s just
track him down. F this mission. BRETT: Oh wait. I see his eyes. TRAMELL: Don’t shoot until you
see the whites of his eyes. BRETT: What if they’re
blinking yellow? TRAMELL: Then kill. BRETT: Is that good? TRAMELL: Destroy them too. Hey, I’m going this way. Why don’t somebody follow me? JARED: Tramell. CHUCK: Let’s go get him.
Let’s go get his back. TRAMELL: Come on. Come on.
We’re a team here man. You guys are the
worst teammates. CHUCK: There’s gonna be no
skull in team pretty soon. TRAMELL: I gotta say,
this map looks — JARED: You think so? TRAMELL: Yeah, I really do. Anybody see him floating
around here somewhere? JARED: Why are we here?
Why are we here. TRAMELL: Waiting for the
final showdown, dude. BRETT: There’s these shipping
crates that need my attention. TRAMELL: The final showdown. All right, come on. All right. I’ll set the trap for you. JARED: Okay. We’re
inside the search area. CHUCK: You guys are the
worst teammates ever. TRAMELL: No man, I’m
just waiting for him. He’s faking us out.
It’s all a fake out. Watch out for that gas. JARED: Why? Why? CHUCK: Oh no, no, no. TRAMELL: Get out of the net. JARED: No. I gotta mash this button. TRAMELL: No. I’m being murdered. Help. Get me out of this net. Help me. Help me. Help me. Help. Help. JORDAN: Around the
corner first, Tramell. TRAMELL: No, that’s not me. Why are you hunting me only? JORDAN: What do you think
I’m hunting you only? TRAMELL: Why? JARED: You just keep on
running off by yourself. TRAMELL: I’m not by myself. I’m right by this guy with
the giant machine gun. JARED: He’s in the camp. He’s in the camp.
He’s in the camp. TRAMELL: I know. There he is. He’s on the roof.
He’s on the roof. There he is right there. What are you doing? What are you waiting on? He’s right in front of you. Come on, man. Jared, I expect better from you. Come on. You just let him shoot you. All right. Come on, man. Get it together. CHUCK: Why don’t we
do the objective? JARED: Oh, now? Look at how much
time has passed. CHUCK: East, east, east. TRAMELL: I don’t know
what that is, dude. I see the compass at
the top of the screen, but I don’t know direction. Oh, there he is.
He’s in the trees. Over there in the trees. CHUCK: Good job, Tramell. TRAMELL: You said east though. I don’t know. JORDAN: I’m just gonna see one
of the alternatives Predator has to healing is also feasting
on the local wildlife. TRAMELL: Who uses
that terminology? JORDAN: A Predator that’s
feasting to replenish his health obviously. TRAMELL: He doesn’t feast.
Is anybody — JARED: No
one’s doing the objectives. BRETT: I got three
relics out of six. TRAMELL: That’s
not the objective. JORDAN: You’re just on
the relics part of this? TRAMELL: That’s you
enriching your life. BRETT: I’m up to four. TRAMELL: What area were you
supposed to be searching? BRETT: My pockets are
full of relics. TRAMELL: Those relics
aren’t gonna save you. All right. Come on now. Everybody do the thing. JORDAN: I have to say, I’ve
never been so relaxed as a Predator in my entire life. For the first time I feel like
I can just relax and enjoy the finer points of
planning my next attack. TRAMELL: You came across
a greedy bunch of Predator hunters. CHUCK: A barrel
just blew up on me. JORDAN: Did you
seriously shoot a barrel? CHUCK: It just blew up. TRAMELL: My bad. CHUCK: And you just took
half my health, man. I was raised to trust. TRAMELL: I’m trying to
lure him out to the open. CHUCK: You’re joking me? TRAMELL: If I kill
his food source, he won’t be feasting
over there in the corner, so I killed a boar. JARED: Oh god, run. BRETT: He’s in the trees.
He’s in the trees. CHUCK: Where’s this last piece? There we go. TRAMELL: I’m shooting stuff. Watch out. BRETT: We have to call
it out every time. TRAMELL: I know because
everybody’s all mad now. Shooting stuff,
what are you doing? Oh no. He’s coming. I think he’s over
there by the rocks. JARED: There he goes. TRAMELL: All right.
I see him now. All right. Did we get all the relics? BRETT: We did. TRAMELL: All right. Now what? BRETT: Reach final
relic location. JORDAN: You guys
have no time left. JARED: Oh man. Don’t worry about us. JORDAN: Hurrying it up. TRAMELL: The plan is to kill
you within the last two minutes. That’s the game plan. Oh, got netted! Help. Help. Somebody cut me free. CHUCK: Serpentine. Serpentine. TRAMELL: Oh, help. Oh no. Oh, you gonna leave me? It’s like that, Chuck? All right, cool. CHUCK: Why are you’re
crawling away from me? You’re crawling away from me. TRAMELL: No, I’m on my feet. CHUCK: Who’s this then? TRAMELL: I don’t know
who the hell that is. JARED: I was ready to
die on these steps. I’m sorry. TRAMELL: He’s gonna
just kill himself. JARED: I was down. It was a trap. TRAMELL: He was gonna
kill himself for the team. CHUCK: Sorry, guys. TRAMELL: Where you at, Chuck?
I want to help. JORDAN: Thank you, Chuck.
I will take this from you. You won’t be needing
it where you’re going. You’re teammates are right here, and I just long-claimed him. Wow. That’s embarrassing, Jared. TRAMELL: Whatever, man.
Forget that guy. JARED: I was dealing with the
guys they didn’t — TRAMELL: Oh man,
Pred 3 got killed? Am I the last one left? JARED: I just died of shock. TRAMELL: Is there any way I can
just get a helicopter out of here without doing any work? JORDAN: They’re not
gonna get you out. You gotta finish the mission. TRAMELL: F that mission, man. People getting killed out here. Just aliens in the forest. What am I supposed to do now? I’m not doing that mission. I’m scared. There’s a dude out there. JORDAN: Take this. Took out some frustrations
on an AI because you guys are presenting zero challenge. TRAMELL: Oh my god. Oh, boar. JARED: Why is this
so hard to go up? Goddamnit, Jordan. TRAMELL: Are you
still alive, dude? JORDAN: Tramell, you have not
been alone this entire time. TRAMELL: I thought
everybody was dead. JORDAN: Now there’s two
minutes left in the match. TRAMELL: I thought
everybody was dead. JORDAN: Find out
where you guys are. TRAMELL: Jared, where are you? JARED: You can check
on the mini-map, bro. TRAMELL: I don’t see you at all. Oh, I got laser
beams on my back. Serpentine. I should probably mud
up so he can’t see me. JORDAN: You would really like
the reinforcements at this point. TRAMELL: Dude, I’m
so hurt right now. I have no juice left.
No more juice. All right. I’m gonna just stand on
the log and cut my chest. Oh, whatever. I’m dead. F you man. JORDAN: Enjoy that
beautiful cut scene of you getting your
skull ripped out. TRAMELL: Man, I wish I had a
grenade I could have just pinned and took out and
shoved in your pants. JORDAN: Jared, I see you
with that mini-gun up there. You’re just gonna
stand your ground? JARED: I think so. JORDAN: You got a minute left. JARED: God. TRAMELL: Jared, where are you? I see you. Looking nice there. Pretty good. Why do you have your
knife out, really? Like, come on, man. At least try to win. JARED: Because I have the
slowest weapons right now. TRAMELL: At least try to
give us a fighting chance. CHUCK: Thirty seconds
get to the chopper. TRAMELL: Take him out. There was no chopper called. He’s taking on AI right now. There he is. Get him. BRETT: Knife him, knife him. TRAMELL: Jared, get him. What are you doing? JORDAN: Come on, Jared. TRAMELL: Jared, come on, man. Oh, dude, he just
wrapped you up. JORDAN: Come on. Get out of it. I’m gonna give you
a fighting chance. TRAMELL: No. Pull it out. Get him. ALL: Oh. BRETT: He just ninja’d you. TRAMELL: Thought you
had the machine gun. JORDAN: You are the absolute
worst team I ever played. TRAMELL: Hey, man, we gave
him a good fighting chance. JARED: That’s what I’m
talking about right there. TRAMELL: Gave him
some entertainment. JORDAN: I’m telling you,
that was the easiest round of Predator I’ve ever had. TRAMELL: Whatever. JORDAN: Really gave me a chance
to soak it all in though. Thank you guys. So both sides depending on
which faction you choose, depending on if it’s Predator
or Fire Team, Fire Team, we are looking at several different classes that specialize in various things
that will help you throughout the match. It’s a pretty well-rounded, best for beginner type
of class style. You got Recon and you
have Scout and Support, all kind of brandishing
their own unique attributes. As well as that, everyone has
access to all the weapons. So you can pick the style of
gameplay on top of the class as well as kit those weapons out
and make sure they’re ready for whether you’re facing the AI
specifically or prepping to go against the Predator
at close range. You got a suite of sniper
riffles, assault rifles, a few special goodies in there. My personal favorite
being the mini-gun itself. But when it comes time to
something up close, of course, the shotguns are always a great
choice as well as gear perks just to further tune your
playstyle to what you want in your loadout. And, of course, don’t forget
all the preferences that you can cosmetic out your character to
make sure they look unique and match exactly what you
want to show people when you’re on the hunt. Then on the Predator side,
kind of the same deal. There are some different
classes that will be available, and depending on which class
you choose will also affect your attributes going into matches,
whether it’s health, speed, melee damage. And it also has access to all
the weapons that you can use which also are very unique
to their certain use cases. And then in addition, some gear
and perks will further adhere to your playstyle. And, of course,
like the Fire Team, being able to swap between all
the different types of Predator and some masks, war paint,
making sure that you’re standing out and being nice and unique against everyone else
that’s out there. A lot of different options that
you can go through to make sure that your Predator is very
flashy especially when you’re ripping people’s skulls out. You want to make a statement and
show them that you have played this game a lot
longer than they have. TRAMELL: All right, new
guy, stick with you us. JARED: I tried to
learn from my mistakes, but this head just wants
to jump out of my body. TRAMELL: Please
keep it to yourself. Keep your head to
yourself please. All right. Everybody find some place
to get some mud on so the Predator can’t see you. JORDAN: That’s not
gonna help you guys. TRAMELL: It will help
a little bit. JORDAN: Not with me
and my keen eyes. TRAMELL: Your keen eyes. JORDAN: Predator has a nice
little isolation pulse ability that is only active for
a few short seconds. TRAMELL: Kill that boar
so he can’t eat it. JORDAN: These guys provide me
with their nice audio that you can see all the
way across the map. TRAMELL: Whatever. JORDAN: Someone’s not silenced. CHUCK: I’m definitely
not silenced. TRAMELL: I’m not silenced. I told you I didn’t
spend my chips. Hey. What are you guys doing? Stick together. Stick
together there, buddy. You guys are going
in loud, dude. Use a knife next time. JARED: The damage has
already been done. I don’t know what you
guys are trying to. TRAMELL: Just stabbed him. Just stabbed that guy. Keep it silent like we should. CHUCK: I’m going rogue. TRAMELL: Come on, man. You said we were supposed
to stick together. CHUCK: Zero to rogue
in like 20 seconds. TRAMELL: All right. I’m shooting barrels again.
How about that? BRETT: I found another tape.
I wonder what’s on it. TRAMELL: I don’t know. I’m picking up these jewels. Some dough. Spend on my cosmetics. Oh man. Who triggered the alarm? JARED: We’re not even
at the right camp. TRAMELL: These guys. JARED: At least I think so. Oh, hello. TRAMELL: Oh my god. JARED: That was a pretty
quick run-in right there. TRAMELL: I think I
need the support. JORDAN: I can see you. TRAMELL: Don’t worry about me. JORDAN: I see you
everywhere you go. TRAMELL: All right. How about this? Cause a distraction. JORDAN: Best course of action
is always about engaging. JARED: Why are there six guys? CHUCK: Triggered the alarm. TRAMELL: You’re leaving
all the jewels around. I just picked up some. CHUCK: What do the
jewels do, Jordan? Can you explain to us what
you can do with those? TRAMELL: I just picked those up. You don’t need those. JORDAN: Yes, through
the magic of — sorry. Get out of that situation. TRAMELL: Lots of jewels in here. JORDAN: So around different maps
there are collectibles that you can find, one of which
being the Vertanium, which is some rare
Predator metal. And you can use those to
purchase all the cosmetics that we have in our game as well. TRAMELL: I’m gonna buy
me a whole new suit now. JORDAN: A nice suit, all
these cool gun skins, and all the stuff — oh
is that you, Tramell? Yes. Come back here. TRAMELL: Help, help. I’m sticking together. Help. Where’s my team? Oh man. You guys stink. Come on. I’m right here. JARED: I don’t know.
He’s awfully close. CHUCK: Yeah, you’re
kind of loud. Why don’t you just die already. Oh no. TRAMELL: That’s horrible. JARED: He just stunned me. I tagged him guys. You know where he’s at. CHUCK: I’m going after him. TRAMELL: I’m running indoors. I’m scared. JARED: Grenade. BRETT: My healing hands. JARED: Thank you. TRAMELL: I need to get
this life juice in me. JARED: Inject the life juice. CHUCK: I don’t know. I’m alone. JORDAN: Chuck, come back. CHUCK: No, I’m running.
I’m running. TRAMELL: Don’t run off. We’re supposed to stick
together this time. JORDAN: I would focus on the
mission if I were you, Tramell. Last thing you need right
now is looking good while you’re failing. TRAMELL: I like to look good. CHUCK: He’s up there.
He’s up there. I just got blasted. TRAMELL: Don’t
get blasted again. CHUCK: Oh no, and I
dropped a grenade. TRAMELL: Come on, Chuck.
Plant the explosives. CHUCK: All right. I’m good. I’m good. I’m good. TRAMELL: All right
I got tow covered. He’s in the trees. CHUCK: Please cover me.
Please cover me. TRAMELL: He’s in the trees.
I see him. JARED: Is that one of you guys? JORDAN: It is, Jared. BRETT: Sorry. I’m trying to make up
for my past mistake. CHUCK: You got to tag him. BRETT: How do I tag him? JARED: Yes, if you’re ADSing
and you — TRAMELL: He’s in the tree. CHUCK: Oh, okay. TRAMELL: You gotta spot him
so everybody else can see him. JORDAN: Probably one of the
biggest things the Fire Team needs to communicate. TRAMELL: Yep. AI guy over here. F you guy. I just destroyed you. CHUCK: He’s up in the trees. Jumping west. There he is. TRAMELL: Get indoors, Chuck. Don’t stand in the open. CHUCK: I’m getting
under the rock. Gonna be safe. JARED: What the? CHUCK: I just got a snipper. Oh, right, I took one
of the PM heads earlier. TRAMELL: Where did
this guy come from? CHUCK: Who’s head is this? JARED: What’s going
on with that bomb? TRAMELL: You gotta
stand around it. It’s got a couple seconds left. Should I not be
by these barrels? CHUCK: Probably not. TRAMELL: Snap. More PMC dudes. There’s a PMC sniper over here. He’s taking some damage. CHUCK: Nope. TRAMELL: Blew it up. All right. Now what? JARED: Go, go, go, go. TRAMELL: Hold my six. I gotta get some ammo. Hey, wait. You guys stink. JORDAN: Tramell, off on his own? TRAMELL: I’m not.
I’m trying to catch up. They left me. You guys are the worst team. See, this is how people lose, hanging out by themselves
in the bushes. All right.
Everybody stay inside. JORDAN: I’m really just
looking for you, Tramell. JARED: Serpentine.
Everyone, serpentine. TRAMELL: He’s
throwing out gadgets. Look at these gadgets
he’s throwing out. JORDAN: Oh no. Why
did I just do that? TRAMELL: He’s got audio
decoys or something. Who’s killing me? JORDAN: Are you serious? TRAMELL: I just jumped
out of the window. JORDAN: How was
the chopper called. Who actually
completed the mission? Oh boy. TRAMELL: I gotta pick
up some more jewels. Don’t worry about it. Oh no! Come on. No. CHUCK: We’ll always
remember you, sir. TRAMELL: Don’t leave me. I’ll crawl in your direction. Help. JORDAN: The only
reasonable thing to do. Time to go take care of — CHUCK: You should just put him out of his misery. TRAMELL: No, come on. JORDAN: I don’t want too. I kind of want to let
him just bleed out. TRAMELL: No, don’t do it. Somebody come back and help me. I’ll give you all
the Vertanium I have. JORDAN: You bargain. TRAMELL: Come on, man. You still got a chance to do
what’s right in this world. JORDAN: This is a
trick shot right here. TRAMELL: Killed that action. Really? Tell my kids. ALL: Oh my god. JARED: You gotta be joking. TRAMELL: Yep, see. That’s what you get.
That’s what you get. JORDAN: Oh my goodness. TRAMELL: That’s what you get. CHUCK: Was that
even an honorable hunt? JARED: Such bullshit. TRAMELL: At least
I left my head. I got my head on my body. That’s exactly what you get. JORDAN: I don’t care if
that was a half victory. That was the best Smart Disc I
think I ever thrown in my life. JARED: Ah, man. JORDAN: Well, that
was fantastic. Thanks so much for
watching, everybody. We look forward to
you playing the game. We are extremely excited to be
able to show it to everyone, especially just getting
to sit down, play, have some fun and show everyone
what it’s all about, so. CHUCK: And we might see some of on March 27th, right? Or the 28th or the
29th, one of those days. JORDAN: Gonna be awesome. CHUCK: Or all three. JORDAN: Rip out
some spines for us. CHUCK: Exactly.


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you’re upside down. You’re upside down.
[ Laughing ] ♪♪ -Hi, everybody. What a long week
it’s kind of been. But thank you so much for
tuning in and watching our show and giving to all these
great charities. A couple people have asked
if I am giving to these charities as well,
and, yes, my family is donating to every charity
that we’ve mentioned so far during these shows. And thank you so much.
Every amount counts. So I really appreciate that. And, man, it’s been a really
interesting week. Day 15, is it? Day 15, and I just want to say
first off, Hoda, I feel you, buddy. And everyone’s just showing
their creative ways of dealing with this and being so kind to
each other out there. And I want to say thank you
for that. I miss my crew and everybody
back at the show. But everyone helping us here,
I am so proud of this team. Thank you, everyone involved
in “The Tonight Show,” and thank you to my neighbors,
by the way. I’ve been getting a bunch
of drawings from kids saying that —
what their favorite bits are and thanking me
for doing the show. And today I got an edible
arrangement. I didn’t even know they do this. It was just a box of vegetables. I didn’t know they do that.
It wasn’t arranged at all. It was really nice, fresh
vegetables from Anonymous, from a neighbor that said, “Thank you so much
for the shows you’re doing. You’re making us feel happier
and calming me down,” something like that. Thank you for whoever sent that
and didn’t want credit. I want to give you credit.
Thank you so much for that. I appreciate it. Now I’d like to do
some monologue jokes that really go over — they go
over really well. So here we go. Should I — maybe I’ll walk in. Hey, everybody. Welcome to “The Tonight Show:
At Home Edition.” -Whoo-hoo.
-Well, it’s Friday night and the weekend is here. If you’re bummed that you’re
stuck inside, just imagine that you have two brunches,
a kid’s birthday party, and a dance recital to go to. [ Imitates cheering ] That is getting pots and pans
banging everywhere. People are applauding
for that joke. I really need to get out. I watch so much TV that
I’ve now memorized the entire William Shatner sleep apnea
commercial. [ Imitates Shatner ]
“William Shatner here. You know, I’ve been using
a CPAP machine for over ten years and it’s made
a world of difference to me.” Seriously, though,
I’m watching so much TV, today I accidentally called my
daughters Kendall and Kylie. I’m so desperate to get outside, when someone throws one item
in the garbage, I bag it up and take it out
to the trash can. BRB.
Be right back. I’m really running out of ways
to stay entertained. Last night I left our
back door open and prayed raccoons would come in. Things are getting a little
crazy at the house. This afternoon I went into the
bathroom and caught my Roomba in the dark
watching “Wall-E.” “Someone’s in here.” My Roomba told me to knock. I saw that Hallmark is giving
away one million free cards so people can send notes
to loved ones. That’s really great because
if there’s one thing we need right now, it’s people touching
licked envelopes. And finally, I saw a poll that
said men are less likely to follow social distancing
guidelines than women, which means a year from now,
the only people on Earth will be four billion women
and Dr. Fauci. That’s tonight’s monologue.
[ Laughter ] I got a little camera shake
there. Tonight’s guests are Tina Fey,
who I just love. I’ve known her forever now
from “Saturday Night Live,” and she used to write for me,
then we were “Weekend Update” partners, and then the rest
is — she’s amazing. I thank her so much.
She’s going to be talking about cityharvest.org. We’re also going to talk to
Chef Jose Andres, who is just awesome. He’s on the cover of
“Time” magazine right now for what he’s doing
with World Central Kitchen, wck.org.
That’s his charity. And we’ll be talking everything
that he’s going on. I think he’s going to be
in his kitchen. I want to quickly first give
a congrats to our pal. I don’t know if you can
see it here. Kamal.
Kamal had a baby boy. -Kamal, whoo-hoo!
-Kamal, we love you, guys! -We love you!
-Oh, my gosh! Congratulations
to the whole fam. Beautiful baby boy. That’s the best news ever, man. A baby just makes everyone
happy. So that is awesome, buddy.
I miss you so much, Kamal. I miss everyone in The Roots. In fact, we got together
and — through Zoom and technology — and made a little song
because right now I think everyone feels
like we’re a little stuck in the middle. Please enjoy. -One, two, three, hit it. ♪♪ ♪♪ -♪ Well, I don’t know
why I came here tonight ♪ ♪ I got the feeling that
something ain’t right ♪ ♪ I’m so scared in case
I fall off my chair ♪ ♪ And I wonder how
I’ll get down the stairs ♪ ♪ Clowns to the left of me,
jokers to the right ♪ ♪ Here I am, stuck in
the middle with you ♪ ♪ Yes, I’m stuck in the
middle with you ♪ ♪ And I’m wondering
what it is I should do ♪ ♪ It’s so hard to keep
a smile on my face ♪ ♪ Losing control,
I’m all over the place ♪ ♪ Clowns to the left of me,
jokers to the right ♪ ♪ Here I am, stuck in
the middle with you ♪ ♪ Well, you started out
with nothing ♪ ♪ And you’re proud that
you’re a self-made man ♪ ♪♪ ♪ And your friends
they all come crawling ♪ ♪ Slap you on the back
and say ♪ ♪ Please ♪
♪♪ ♪ Please ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Well, I’m trying to make
some sense of it all ♪ ♪ But I can see it makes
no sense at all ♪ ♪ Is it cool to go to sleep
on the floor ♪ ♪ No, don’t think I can
take anymore ♪ ♪ There are clowns
to the left of me ♪ ♪ Jokers to the right
Here I am ♪ ♪ Stuck in the middle
with you ♪ ♪ Yes, I’m stuck in the
middle with you ♪ ♪ Here I am, stuck
in the middle with you ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I’m ♪ ♪ Stuck in the middle
with you ♪ [ Song ends ] [ Applause ] ♪♪ -Hi, everybody.
Welcome back to “The Tonight Show:
At Home Edition.” Today is Friday, and that’s
usually when I, you know, check my inbox,
return some emails. And, of course, I send out
thank-you notes. And I have my buddies here
helping me out today. So I’d like to write out some
thank-you notes right now. If that’s okay with you.
-[ Fusses ] -Okay, buddy. Frances — -[ Fussing ] Okay, Frances, you know
your job, right? ♪♪ -Thank you, showers, for once being a routine
part of my day and now feeling like
a major accomplishment. ♪♪ [ Boos ] [ Laughs ] -[ Giggles ]
-Um… [ Boos ] Thank you,
getting food delivery, for suddenly making me feel
like I’m a spy intercepting an elaborate drop. “The hamburgers are
in the hole.” [ Boos ] “I repeat, the hamburgers
are in the hole.” [ Boos ] All right. Just press
the purple one. That’s good. ♪♪
[ Boos ] Thank you, journals, for now
reading less like a diary and more like a captain’s log after being lost at sea.
[ Boos ] All right. Here we go.
Just the purple one. Just this one.
-I got that. -Yep.
-[ Giggles ] ♪♪ -Thank you, socks,
for being the new shoes. You can pick up that one now. ♪♪ -[ Shouting ] ♪♪ -Who is that?
-Just a stranger. [ Laughs ] ♪♪ Thank you, journals, for now reading less like
a diary and more like a captain’s log after
being lost at sea. [ Drumming,
light laughter ] [ Drumming ] That’s good.
You can go to the next one. [ Drumming ]
♪♪ -It’s definitely Friday
around here. ♪♪ -Thank you, making shows from
home, for making me feel like I got a promotion from
talk show host to YouTube star. Don’t forget to smash
that like button. Next one. Thank you, couch,
for really stepping up during this difficult time
to become a desk, table, bed, bookshelf,
and trash can. Next one. ♪♪ Thank you, Dr. Anthony Fauci
listening to Trump, for looking like me
when someone suggests a 9:00 A.M. Zoom meeting. ♪♪ [ Murmurs ] ♪♪ Thank you, 40-minute limit
on free Zoom software. Seriously, thank you,
thank you, thank you. 40 minutes is enough. That’s good. Thank you, “welp,” for being the official slogan
of wrapping up a phone call during quarantine. Come on. ♪♪ Thank you,
virtual happy hours, for being a great rebranding
for drinking alone. ♪♪ And that’s our thank-you notes
right there. Thank you to Winnie.
Thank you to Frannie. And thank you to my wife
for operating this camera. We’ll be right back with
Tina Fey, everybody. ♪♪ -I got to catch up with one
of my favorite people today. From her apartment in Manhattan,
here is Tina Fey. Tina Fey, welcome to “The
Tonight Show at Home Edition.” I love you, buddy.
You’re looking great. Thank you so much
for doing this. I appreciate it so much.
-It’s my pleasure, pal. It’s good to see you.
-Great to see you, as well. And where are you?
Are you in Manhattan still? -I’m in Manhattan. We’re holed up in our apartment
here in New York City. And so far, so good. We’re doing what
we’re supposed to do. -How are the girls?
-They’re doing pretty well. They didn’t like
going outside anyway, so… -This is kind of
perfect for them. -We’re dragging them outside,
and they’re like, “Or… stay in here and play
all the screens that we want?” I’m like, “Fair enough.” -Your kids are pretty creative
from what I know. I heard that they were —
They thought of an interesting way
to have dinner at your house? -Yes, this was awesome, and
I wanted to tell you about it because I feel like
it’s something you can do — anyone can do at home
if they’re trying to fill time. My older daughter, Alice,
is 14 now, and she saw this idea online, so thank you to whoever put
this idea online originally. But she was saying, like,
we should do theme dinners. And we did one the other night, and it was
an airplane-themed dinner. And the thing
that was great about it was it took a lot of time,
right, for them to get ready. Also, I don’t know
if your girls are this way, but Alice was actually kind of
helping her little sister get ready for it, and the
little sister is just, like, so pumper when her big sister
pays attention to her at all. -Oh, yeah.
-She was just, like, pumped. And they dressed up like — Penelope dressed up
like a stewardess. Here. Let me find these
pictures. I’ll show them to you. It was really cute. Um… -That is hilarious. -She dressed up
like a stewardess. They did the whole like — I don’t know
if you can hear this. Like, a whole safety, uh… -…your chair.
If you lose air… -So cute. -…the air masks will fall
from the cabin above. -The whole safety thing.
[ Laughs ] -Oh, my gosh! -They turned all the chairs. They were like —
I’m getting a text. There were magazines
in the back of the chairs. -[ Laughs ] That is brilliant!
-They had — We had dinner. They — They served it on, like, big old trays,
which was good. My husband made — We had — well, we had macaroni
and cheese and spam, but it was on the trays.
-[ Laughs ] -And then also they were —
Because they were treating us like a really nice flight,
they were like, “Would you like
a glass of wine?” And we were like, “Yes.” And the great thing was,
afterwards, they were like, “We didn’t know
how much wine was too much.” And I was like, “Yeah, you
didn’t, ’cause this was…” -Yeah! That’s what
I’m talking about! -An ample first-class pour. -I want them at my dinner party. -She put an airplane window
on our TV, and I wore a sleep mask, and for the next 18 months,
that’s me. -[ Laughs ] -That’s Quaran-Tina. -[ Laughs ]
-Ooh, that’s pretty good. -Oh, also, by the way,
the last thing I’ll say about airplane dinner —
the other reason to do it is once your seat belts
are on and everything’s done, the dinner part is everyone
sitting quietly. If you have enough phones, everyone watching a movie
on their own device. -Genius. -It will be the quietest dinner. [ Laughter ] -It is absolutely genius.
-It’s great. Thank you to the Internet
for that. Yeah, the other thing that
we did, which was super fun — we did a thing — We did an online talent show
with my — our kids, a bunch of us,
over this very technology. We used Zoom, and so if you
have a Zoom work account, you should definitely abuse it
and use it for other things. So it was, like, my ladies,
Maya Rudolph’s kids, Amy Poehler, Emily Spivey,
Ana Gasteyer’s kids, and we — Again, another thing
that was nice about it was it took about a week. We were sort of like,
“Guys, probably this weekend, probably there’s a talent show, so you need to think about
what you’re going to do.” So there’d be times where
I would be screaming, like, “Get off of your screens! Go
practice for the talent show.” And it would kind of work. -Wow.
-So everyone really brought it, and then the other thing
that was super cute was we realized kind of like
in the half hour before that we could probably
get links to all — as many as we could
of the grandparents. And so right when
we went to do it, it was like —
My mom was able to get on. Amy’s parents. Emily Spivey’s parents
in North Carolina. And it was so cute. Shoemaker watched it from…
-No way! -“I’ll watch it.
I have nothing to do.” Friends of mine in Florida. And so everyone —
It was so sweet to see everyone, like, come together on the Zoom. And Archie Arnett —
Amy’s son Archie was the host. He did an awesome job. Rome Spivey did —
He did a sketch that was an old Emily Spivey
cut-for-time sketch about, like, an ad
for a barbecue place, and it was like, “Come
on down to our barbecue.” And he committed.
It was so cute. Ulysses McKittrick
did close-up magic. -No way.
-Penelope did — Penelope is using this time
to practice contortionism ’cause she’s —
‘Cause why wouldn’t she? Why wouldn’t she find a way to
make us nervous the whole time? So she does some, like — [ Laughter ] And the first 27 minutes — I recorded the whole thing. The first 27 minutes
of the one-hour thing is just old people not understanding
when they’re muted. -[ Laughs ] -It’s, like, Emily Spivey’s dad
being like, “Oh, I don’t know.
I think they started.” And then it’s like —
-“Are we on yet? Are we on yet?” -Mr. Poehler just like… It was the best,
and if anyone — If you have the capability
to do it, it was super fun. -Oh, that’s great. I think we have a little clip we can just show
right here real quick. -This is the end of Penelope
doing her — She did some contortion to “These Boots
Are Made for Walkin’.” The audio wasn’t terrific, but you can kind of
get a feel for the vibe of the FOTS,
the First Online Talent Show. ♪♪ -Bravo! [ Applause ] -Wonderful!
-Good job. [ Indistinct shouting ] -Yay. That was fantastic. Tell Penelope I said
she is awesome. She’s very talented.
Please tell her. I know with this whole
COVID-19 quarantine shutdown, Broadway has been shut down, and your show, “Mean Girls,”
is currently off. How is everyone doing
and dealing over there? -Yes. I mean, that was hard. That’s a whole huge industry.
It’s a huge part of New York. It’s a workplace
for so many people. I’ve been trying to do stuff
to help raise money for the actors fund in addition to the City Harvest stuff
we’re going to talk about today. But it’s rough because it’s —
it’s a lot of people. It’s a giant industry. But we are just all
kind of sticking together. Also our tour,–
“Mean Girls” was out on tour, and that is paused, and we look forward to,
when it’s safe to do so, hopefully adding those cities
back that we missed. But, yeah,
we had a meeting yesterday. It’s a very close-knit
community, and we just want to come out
the other side stronger. And when it’s safe to come back, we will be there,
and we will welcome you back. I hope there’s some kind of
like “I love New York” campaign, like the ’70s.
-Ohh. -We need that
when it’s safe to do so. We’ll be here and ready to… -♪ I love New York ♪ -Frank Langella
dressed like Dracula. -That’s right!
-But, you know, our “Mean Girls” Broadway,
our social channel, we’re trying
to give people content and let them check in
if they’re fans of the show. There’s always stuff
to see there. -Well, whatever we can do
to support when you come back, we will, please. -Put you in the
“I love New York” commercial. -Yeah. Exactly.
I would totally… Let’s talk about
CityHarvest.org. This is —
-Thank you. -Winnie does all these graphics. -Good work, Winnie. -Yeah. They’re getting smaller
and kind of less creative. -She’s getting tired of it?
-Yeah, she doesn’t want to work. She doesn’t like her new job.
I’m like, “Come on. Help me out a little bit,
please? Geez.” City Harvest. They’re fantastic. You’ve done stuff with them
before, haven’t you? -Yeah, I mean, I’ve just been
a donor with them before. And they’re a really
well-established charity here in New York City. I figured this problem
is so big, sometimes it feels good
to think locally. And I encourage people
to do so around the country to support organizations
near them, too. But, you know, New York City is
the epicenter of this right now. It looks calm
when you and I talk. It’s calm to see people
in their homes who are well. But there are so many people
who are in hospitals right now. There are so many people
who are toughing it out at home who are super-sick, who ordinarily would go to the
hospital, who can’t right now. And City Harvest is a charity
that gets food, healthy food to at-risk neighborhoods
and places where they don’t have great ways
to get nutritious food. And they’re currently
up and running. Their mobile markets are going. They’re still able
to be helping out. And so I think, also,
not just right now, but whenever this settles down, the economic repercussions
of this are going to be major, and there’s going to be
a lot of people, a lot of kids who count on their school meals
who are now homeschooled. There’s going to be a lot
of people who are in need of their services,
and I really encourage — I thank you for inviting me
to talk about it, and I encourage people
to donate. -These people are angels
that are helping everyone out. And right now,
if anyone’s watching on YouTube, there’s a “donate” button
next to it. So just click that button,
and you’ll donate. Anything matters. Everything. Just give a dollar.
Give 50 cents. It’s — I can’t even stress
how awesome that is that we can just do that,
and it will feed so many people. You have no idea. So thank you.
This is a great charity. Thank you so much
for doing this. I really appreciate it. And on behalf of everyone
watching the show, they all appreciate it, too,
so thank you. While we’re all quarantined
and cooped up at home. I’d like to play a game
based on a board game that you can actually play
called — Uh-oh. -Probably — I told you
there’s a Japanese water ghost in my house. -What is going —
-My house is pretty haunted, and just sometimes — Sometimes a specter — You can’t even quite —
Oh, there — Oh, gosh! -Wow! -Oh, gosh.
-Oh, my gosh. That’s freaky! -Help me!
-Hey! I don’t see anything, Tina.
I think you’re just — -Do you want to show…? -[ Laughs ] -Aww. Hi, cutie. That was a good — [ Laughs ]
That was a good bit. -She has a history
of being creepy around you. -She does, but all funny stuff
and creative stuff. -She came…one time,
and she drew, like, really creepy, scary pictures
and left them. Um… -It was, like, dead birds
and stuff, right? -She’s — It’s fine.
She’s a Wednesday Addams. -I love her. Oh, dude. Winnie’s
obsessed with Wednesday. All right. So, we’re
going to play this game. It’s something I saw on the
Internet, but it’s a board game. It’s called “Hey Robot,”
and what it is, is I have a bunch
of random words in a jar. And I’m going to pick one out, and then you have to ask Alexa,
which is right here, or whatever speaker
you have in your house — You have to say something to get
the robot to guess the word. You can’t say the word,
but you understand the idea. It’s like “Taboo” and all that.
-“Password” and all that. -Yeah.
-I have such a wimpy voice that sometimes
even in my own house, the Alexa ignores me,
so I’ll do my best. Sometimes I’ll be like,
“Alexa, set a timer.” And she’s just like… Like, “Alexa!” -[ Laughs ]
Slap it. Clapping. “Hey, Alexa! I asked you!”
All right. Ready? Here’s your first word. -Okay, so, the funny thing is I have to take my glasses off
to see better. -Oh, I’m getting there, too.
All right. -Oh, gosh.
-It is “pickle.” -Okay. Oh, gosh. -Let me know when you’re ready,
and I’ll press the Alexa button. -Um… Oh — Uh — Sure.
I mean, press it whenever. -All right. Here we go. Ready?
-Okay. [ Beep ] -Alexa, what’s a recipe for salted, marinated cucumbers? [ Beep ] -Okay.
For salted marinated cucumbers, I recommend marinated cucumber,
onion, and tomato salad. 2 hours, 15 minutes to make.
What would you like? Start recipe,
send it to your phone, or hear next recipe. -Oh. It’s your turn. All right. -Alexa, stop.
All right. Here we go. I’m going to — Oh, I know. Alexa, what does Vlasic make? [ Beep ] -Here’s something
I found on the Web. According to wikipedia.org,
Vlasic pickles is an… -Yeah! That counts! [ Laughs ] All right. Alexa, stop.
All right. Here we go.
Now let’s try another one here. [ Beep ] Uh-oh. “Saxophone.” -Okay. Ready?
-Yep. -Alexa. Alexa. What instrument
does Bill Clinton play? [ Beep ] See? They can never hear me. -She couldn’t hear you. -No, it’s my weird ghost voice! -That’s weird. [ Laughs ] -Am I not real?
Have I never been — Am I —
Have I always been the…? Okay.
-Try it again. Ready? Here we go. -Alexa, what instrument
does Bill Clinton play? [ Beep ]
-Saxophone. -Yeah!
First thing out of the gate! That is the best one yet! Crusher. Yes. All right.
-Thanks for your feedback. -All right. Cool. Very polite. All right. That was killer. Oh, my God.
That was the first — That was the first word
she said. You probably get bonus points
for that. I’ll give it to you.
-Okay. -Okay. Here’s my word.
-Okay. -“Unicorn.”
Oh, man. Unicorn. Gosh. I have no idea. Um, um, unicorn. Unicorn. Um, oh, God. I’m going to
come off as an idiot here. Um… Alexa, what do you call
a horse with a horn? -According to an Amazon
customer, unicorn. -Yes!
I love Amazon customers! “According to an Amazon
customer, a unicorn.” -Think about that. They searched all of Amazon’s
customer comments that fast? -Wow. That is bizarre.
All right. Here we go. Your word is…
-Mm-hmm. Okay. -…”cowboy.” -Hmm. That’s — Okay. Uh… What is — Alexa,
what is the name of the job — -Alexa is me. I’m a virtual assistant who can
help you with lots of things. …alarms, weather reports… -Alexa. Alexa, stop. Stop.
-Alexa. -Oh, my God. Change your voice.
Maybe British accent, maybe? -[ British accent]
Alexa, what kind of doll is Woody from “Toy Story”? -[ British accent]
Alexa, what kind of doll is Woody from “Toy Story”? -Here’s something
I found on the Web. According to
OrlandoSentinel.com, Andy’s favorite is Woody,
an old-fashioned cowboy doll. -Yes!
-…toys. -For the win. Tina Fey.
That was worth 10,000 points. You are the champ
of “Ask Robot.” I love you, bud. Oh, my gosh. [ “Don’t Fear the Reaper”
playing ] It’s playing music.
This is crazy. -“Don’t Fear the Reaper.”
-[ Laughs ] Oh, my gosh! This is weird, right?
All right. Hey, pal, I’ll talk to you — I’ll talk to you
later this week or something. Thank you so much.
I appreciate it. Bye, buddy.
-Bye, pal. -Chef José Andrés is
nothing short of an angel. I love this guy
and what he’s doing. I got to talk to him today
in his kitchen. Please watch. Oh, that’s what
I’m talking about. Chef, my chef. Oh! That’s what
I’m talking about! -Jimmy Fallon.
-You look fantastic, buddy. I love ya. José Andrés.
-Jimmy Fallon. -You look great, buddy.
Oh, my gosh. Look — no, no, no, no,
no, no. It looks beautiful. -…my hair in San Francisco
in honor of all the nurses and doctors
that they are fighting this war. Look at it.
-Wow. I think it looks cool, buddy.
I think it looks great. Hey, I said —
last time I saw you, I said I won’t talk to you again until you’re on the cover
of “Time” magazine. And here we are. Come on, look at you. Cover boy.
-Yeah, I’m — I’m very humbled by it,
but it’s kind of — World Central Kitchen
is not about I the person, and you know it.
-I know. -The kitchen is about thousands
of women and men, right now in more than ten
different missions across the world, that they only have
one thing in their head, to feed anybody that is
hungry after an emergency. So that cover is
little bit unfair because it’s not
really about José. It’s about those men and women that are making it happen
every single day. So for me to them,
that’s their cover. -Absolutely.
World — worldcentralkitchen.org
is the website just so everybody
can see that. My daughter draws these up. -Wow.
-That’s not my handwriting. Yeah, she’s getting really good. -Are you paying her?
-[ Laughs ] She’s underpaid right now,
yeah. No, I’m not.
I should. I don’t want her to hear that. But what are you
making right there? -Well, I have my favorite things
in the whole world. We’re making a fried rice. -Oh, I love fried rice. -And this is a fried rice
almost in the honor of the men and women of China that they’ve been going through
this crazy mayhem with the coronavirus. And I know that people in China
are going to be upset that this
is not the real fried rice, but it’s my fried rice,
so I ask for forgiveness. [ Laughter ] And I think it’s a lot
of families right now that they’re going through
some uncertainty. Many, many people
are losing their jobs. And there’s going to be
hard times. But I think out
of the hard times we should be taking
the best out of them. And I think this is a moment
to be saying, “Man, if I have to be home and
I have to cook for the family, what I can do?” And this is all the vegetables
that you can think of. They’re super inexpensive. Carrots. You can be using canned corn. You can be using chickpeas
and green beans. -Hey, speaking of chickpeas —
-You chop it, and then you make a fried rice. -And just put — just
throw it in with a little oil? -Look at it.
A little bit of oil. I have ginger. But if you don’t have ginger
because it’s very fancy, put garlic. It’s okay.
You know, recipes are for you to do
whatever you want with them. Don’t follow the recipe. You need to write
your own recipe for success. So if you have ginger, put it.
If not, garlic. If you don’t have ginger
or garlic, you know what? You don’t put it. And then you begin adding
any vegetable you want. Hey, are you going to
help me or what? -Yes.
-Look, my daughter Carlota, Jimmy.
-Hello. -Hi, buddy.
Nice to see you again. -You too.
-My daughter, Lucia. -Hi.
-Oh, come on. -The vegetables.
Start adding and start moving. -You have the best two chefs. -You have a lot of —
and you start cooking. Can you smell it in your house? -Yes, I’m smelling it
already through this. I cannot see it. And you keep adding vegetables.
Hominy. I’m not going to give you
a recipe. If you like vegetables a lot,
put a lot. If not, put less. I can do something now,
you see? You can add some chickpeas
because cans are good… -Yes. -…when you’re at home
for long periods. -I have a lot of chickpeas
at my house. -Some corn.
Why? Because canned
vegetables are good. -They are.
-I’m French, but if you don’t have —
canned vegetables are excellent. Actually, they need love. They feel sometimes like
we’re shaming them. [ Laughter ] Vegetables in a can,
they have feelings too. -Oh, my gosh.
-Look at how beautiful they are. -Oh, my gosh, you guys.
-Look at this great — -You guys, you can get
your dad out of there. -They have feelings. The poor chickpea.
-Oh, my gosh. -They always say,
“Why people think like we’re not good people?
We’re good people.” -How do you live with this guy? How do you live with this guy
in your house? -I don’t know.
-I don’t know. [ Laughter ] -Oh, my gosh.
-Take a look. I know this is
an expensive machine and not everybody has it, but this is a machine
that makes rice. And when it’s ready,
it’s going to sing. -Really?
-I love — When I come home, I put the rice machine
up and running. It’s back there. And then when the rice is done,
it plays a song. -Really? [ Vocalizes “Twinkle,
Twinkle, Little Star” ] -No. But it plays a song. Look, it’s about to happen.
It’s one minute away. -One minute away.
All right. Do you have a tip
for making rice, by the way? Is it like — do you put your — how do you measure
rice with water? -I use that one because I like to make Japanese rice
and it’s more sophisticated. But between you and me,
you only need a pot. Listen!
[ Music chiming ] -It’s not loud enough.
-Doesn’t matter. You cannot hear it,
but I love it. It’s like —
-I’m dancing. I’m dancing.
I love it. I’m happy. -The rice is ready. -Oh, my gosh.
-Look at it. -Come on. -And then we put
the rice inside. -Look at this.
-Okay? So a little bit more.
A little bit more. Now sautee.
Look at it. -Oh, my gosh. Guys, get out of the way.
Get out of the way. There’s more fire.
Oh, my gosh. -Move, move, move.
-Ah! -Keep away.
-[ Laughs ] Oh, my — You’re going to
light the house on fire. -And then some soy sauce.
Why? Because soy sauce
is good for you. It gives flavor.
It gives salt. And then if you have some
leftover chicken, you add it. If you have some leftover
chorizo, you add it. If not, you don’t
add anything else. By the way,
I have a question for him. What is your favorite
kitchen gadget? -Oh, I brought it. I think it’s pretty interesting
but let me show it to you and see —
do you see this? -[ Laughs ] -Keep your daughter —
see this thing? -Is this to change
your lightbulbs? [ Laughter ] -What do you guys think it is?
-Is that a whisk? -That’s a whisker
for egg whites. -It kind of is. But, no,
you’re going to freak out. This is amazing.
So my father-in-law would find these things
in antique stores and refurbish them
and refinish them. This thing right here
is a hand mixer. Check this out. This is before electricity,
okay? So you see the grooves there?
Watch this. You take a bowl.
You push. -Oh!
-Oh! [ Hums fanfare ]
♪ Bum, bum, bum… ♪ -Isn’t that cool? -Fun.
-Isn’t that fun? -That’s so cool! -You can make egg whites
with it, whipped cream probably.
-Yep. -Or you can do anything else. -Yeah, that’s — I just
thought it was so rad. I didn’t know what it was,
but it does that. -You can do my…
-No electricity. …with it, probably.
-No electricity. And I can — yeah,
I can twirl my hair with it too. [ Laughter ]
-And that’s good for mustache. I’m sure you can play music. We know you like music.
-Oh, you know that. We’ve jammed out
a couple times. -You know what
my daughters and I — we’ve have been doing
at home some nights when I come back
from working around the city? -What? -We’ve been doing recipes at the rhythm of “Hamilton.” So we put the “Hamilton”
with permission of Lin-Manuel Miranda,
and then we start cooking, and we have to cook
in the same length as the song. -Oh, that’s a brilliant idea.
I was going to ask you if we can get into a little bit
about World Central Kitchen just so we can talk about it. What are you guys up
to right now? I know that you’re
feeding people quarantined on cruise ships. You’re feeding kids
school lunches. You donated N95 masks
to hospital workers. -We’ve been doing projects
on our own. We are in many cities,
many states. In others, we’re partnering. In others, we’re giving ideas to
very good people, men and women that they are
feeding food banks. They’re doing an amazing work. The school districts
all across America, they’re doing an amazing work
keeping children fed. The best of America
shows up in these times. And food, we are here only to be
supporting the men and women that they’re fighting this war
in the hospitals of America. Those men and women,
they need all of our support. So if I ask the cooks,
we can make sure that anybody hungry can have a bite of food
and that’s going to be a part of the solution,
not part of the problem. That’s what the food people
of America, we are here to do so that men and women —
-[ Indistinct talking ] The men and women
of World Central Kitchen — Oh, oh! Oh! The [indistinct] are
popping up all around the house. So the men and women
of World Central Kitchen, we’re here to support. If you go to wck.org, there you are going to see
what we are doing, the maps where we are cooking, and where other people
are doing. So to all the food people
of America, the woman that is working
in the supermarket eight hours a day making sure
that your family is fed, that woman is also a hero. The men and women that they are
bringing the food to the supermarkets from
different parts of America, those are heroes. It’s many people that we are
going to be playing our role to make sure that America
is taken care of while we are asking America
to stay home. To those men and women
beyond our nurses and doctors, we know they’re heroes. That adds to our part
of supporting their efforts. A big kiss to you.
Big thumb-up because you are amazing people
and we love you, and when this passes,
we’re going to make sure that every man in woman
in America is recognized for their
service to this country. -I totally agree with you.
I love that. How can people at home help? -Listen, there’s many ways we
can be helping and you know it. Obviously wck.org. You know, we are feeding
from children to elderly. If you want to support us,
it’s great. But sometimes if you cannot
because times are getting hard, there’s many ways
you can be supporting. If your mayor, if your senators
and congressmen, if your governor is telling you
to stay home, stay home. This is a great way to be
helping our nurses and our doctors
to fight this virus. We want to make sure
that the hospitals are not full of people. If they’re telling you
to follow — to wash your hands 20,
30 seconds, do it because this way
you’re not spreading the virus. It’s not a joke.
This is serious times. Follow the rules.
Follow the people that know. Follow Dr. Fauci, who is an amazing hero
in these times. -Isn’t he great?
-That’s what we need to do. Listen to him.
Don’t listen to anybody else. Dr. Fauci is the leader
we need. He’s the leader we want. And we need to follow
what he’s telling us. We need to follow those people
that are telling us this is a problem
but if we do what we have to do, this problem is
going to go away. So that’s what people
can be doing at home. Sometimes
just following the rules. -Chef, what can we do? You know, I love my restaurants
and I love my chefs. I love my servers. I want to support them
in any way I possibly can. I feel so bad that, you know, but I understand you can’t
go out to dinner there. But what can I do?
What can we do? -We talking there’s
millions and millions of food service professionals — cooks, waiters, farmers,
delivery guys. And I believe that
in these hard times we all need to recognize,
obviously, if you have — if you can be supporting
your local restaurant, many restaurants,
they have employee funds that they are
collecting money from guests. Me, I was able to be very lucky
with my partners, but I understand not
every restaurant can do that because restaurants, they have
sometimes very short profits. I’ve been able to offer
four weeks, full benefits, and full salary
to every single front and back of the house,
every single member. And if I can, I’m going to do
two more weeks at least. But other people cannot. So we need to make sure that as
Congress is passing these bills, it’s going to be other bills. And we need to make sure that
we are protecting the people, the small businesses beyond
we protect anybody else. -Yeah.
-‘Cause restaurant industry, 90-plus percent of the dollar you pay to a restaurant trickles
down across America. -Every single thing you do
from Instagram, from whatever, even hanging out
and meeting your family, your awesome family, you just
keep spreading that energy and that love and that spirit
because it comes through. And we need it right now.
And we need you. And you’re the greatest.
I love you. Thank you so much
for doing my show, buddy. The best. -Feed America. We need to remember that
because there’s many that are working
right now on the farms, and they are not recognized
by our system. They’re undocumented and those
are many of the men and women who are going to keep
putting food on our tables. When all this is over,
I hope Congress will recognize that once and for all and make sure
that we pass immigration reform because these are the men
and women that are going to be
feeding America during these next few weeks. Let’s make that happen. -We love you, Chef.
Thank you so much. Thank you again.
I’ll talk to you soon. Thank you.
-Good night. ♪♪ -Thank you guys so much
for watching the show. cityharvest.org. wck.org. My thanks to Tina Fey
and Chef José Andrés. Really, thank you guys
for watching this whole week. This is what the week
has felt like. Exactly — this exact thing. Okay.
Stay safe. Take care of each other. Wash your hands.
Don’t touch your face. I’ll see next week
with all new shows. I love you guys.
Thank you so much. Oh, my gosh. -Save yourself.
-You can’t go with me. Bye! ♪♪

Action Sports Girls Naomi and Fenella Harris – Behind the News


For your average bike rider, this mountain trail could
look a little intimidating, but that’s not the case
for Naomi and Fenella, who, as you can see,
tackle every bend and curve like a total pro. I really enjoy getting outdoors and just riding with friends. I probably started five years ago when Blue Derby just opened. I love riding with my sister. They’re from Scottsdale in Tasmania, not too far from where the annual Blue Derby
Mountain Bike Race is held. And while they can’t get enough
of the sport, they reckon there aren’t
too many other girls giving it a go. There’s a couple,
not as many as I’d like. I mean, competition isn’t big
at my age. I’d love to see more women riding,
and it’d be just so great. It’s something researchers from the Menzies Institute of
Medical Research have also noticed. They’ve been working
on a big national study to try to work out
why more girls aren’t involved in action sports like skateboarding, surfing and,
of course, mountain biking. More than 80% of mountain bikers across our country are men. And so, when it comes
to getting girls involved, often girls see these sports
as being dominated by boys and men. And they often lack confidence
when it comes to, say, going to a skateboarding park
by themselves or going out on the trails
and riding a bike. Meredith also says that these kinds
of sports often involve more risk, and in the past that was something women were discouraged
from taking part in. Instead, girls were more likely
to pick up other sports, like cricket or netball. But she says that’s changing, as girls see more and more women competing at the top level
of action sports. These are sports
where women have been involved only relatively recently,
in sort of the last decade. And so they are lagging behind. And we now have
a really great opportunity as more action sports become
Olympic sports, and they become
globally recognised sports. This is a really timely opportunity
to make some changes where we can. Meanwhile, Naomi and Fenella
say there’s heaps of great reasons for girls
to get involved in their sport. NAOMI: It definitely
is a bit scary sometimes, but, I guess, overcoming that and then, once
you’ve ridden that really scary bit, it definitely feels good. I would like to ride professionally,
maybe when I’m older. We’ll see how it goes. In the meantime, they’ll continue
to hit the track at full speed. Ooh, nice move.


>>For about two decades, Democrats were running scared of the NRA. And I think Parkland changed that.>>Trying to get so many people registered to vote.>>When the kids of Parkland started this incredible grassroots movement…>>This does not just lie in the city of Parkland.>>It captivated constituents. Democratic lawmakers started hearing from people back home, “Hey, why aren’t you doing anything?”>>NARRATOR: The Parkland students had helped put gun control on the agenda of the 2018 midterms. The NRA was under fire.>>I’ll take on the NRA, ban assault rifles, ban bump stocks.>>One out of five guns are obtained without a background check.>>(bleep) the NRA.>>NARRATOR: For the first time…>>These weapons have no place…>>NARRATOR: Hundreds of Democrats were taking on the NRA.>>I’ll fight the gun lobby.>>Because the NRA is an embarrassment, and weapons I used in Iraq have no business on our streets.>>We had had a moment. We had had a chance to turn the tides, and we fundamentally did.>>This is CNN breaking news.>>This is a very significant defeat for Mr. Trump, a historic accomplishment for the Democrats.>>NARRATOR: And on Election Night, a big victory for those Democrats who challenged the NRA.>>Democrats picked up more than two dozen House seats to take control for the first time in eight years.>>Many of them are from red districts, some of whom represent districts that haven’t been in Democratic hands since the early 1960s. Those people are not NRA supporters.>>Let me hear you scream!>>♪ I’m all the way up, oh All the way up, all the way up All the way up I’m all the way up… ♪>>NARRATOR: One candidate who won was Letitia James…>>New York now has a new state attorney general.>>NARRATOR: …the New York attorney general.>>New York State’s top legal official, and Tish James made history today.>>Democrat Letitia “Tish” James, and…>>And our nation is at a pivotal moment in history, and we are careening…>>NARRATOR: She immediately turned her sights on the NRA.>>We need an attorney general who will go after gun manufacturers and the NRA.>>NARRATOR: As attorney general, James would go after the NRA from a new angle, to try and weaken it from the inside.>>The New York Attorney General has a lot of power. She can subpoena their records, and she can look into precisely how they are raising and spending money.>>She was going to dig in and see what exactly were they doing, how were they spending their money.>>The National Rifle Association is under investigation by New York State’s attorney general..>>The NRA in crisis, with the New York attorney general launching an investigation…>>New York’s Attorney General’s Office has opened an investigation…>>And so, that became a really significant threat to the NRA.>>$200,000 in NRA…>>NARRATOR: Then, a big break that would feed the investigation.>>Wayne LaPierre looting the coffers.>>Complaint about the NRA’s tax-exempt status…>>NARRATOR: Leaks from inside the NRA.>>…extracted hundreds of millions of dollars…>>NARRATOR: Allegations of lavish spending and financial misconduct by LaPierre.>>The NRA spent more than $200,000 of its members’ donations…>>NARRATOR: There were bills for nearly $300,000 from a Beverly Hills clothing store, private jets to the Bahamas, and plans for a $6 million mansion on a Dallas golf course.>>There were a lot of people around NRA looking to be rich. Can’t imagine any other nonprofit in the entire country that has a similar mission where people are making so much money.>>NARRATOR: Aaron Davis spent a decade as an NRA fundraiser. This is the first time he has spoken on camera.>>The hypocrisy of it all is that the membership who gives $25 doesn’t, they don’t know where their money’s going.>>NARRATOR: To date, Attorney General James has issued subpoenas to nearly 100 former and current NRA officials. LaPierre has denied any wrongdoing, but the investigation has thrown the NRA and its leadership into crisis.>>Now you see a Wayne LaPierre who’s under siege and backed into a corner. And the NRA is vulnerable to these investigations into its finances that are ongoing. So, it’s just mired in internal problems and, you know, dysfunction.

Creature Shock – And Mars will turn green [Game Movie]


It is the year 2123. And a massive overpopulation of the Earth has forced human race to investigate the colonization of the other planets. To this end the tribal class survey ships were constructed. And each dispatched with it’s own mission to find mankind a new home. The Myrmidon to Mars. The Aztec to Venus. And the Amazon to the moons of Jupiter and Saturn. Capitan, please come to the bridge. I’ll be there in a moment, Alex. Good morning, Capitan. We are approaching the carboniferous asteroid we detected yesterday. I would like to attempt a fly pass to scan it more closely. Hose alteration locked in. Scan commencing now. Okay, Alex. What have we got? Spectral data indicates a variety of compounds. Carbon dioxide, water, ammonia. Relevant data is on screen ready for access. I’m also picking up sulfates, amino acids and proteins. Alex, those are organics. Have you scanned for any form of life? No point, Capitan. The asteroid is obviously alive. Are you sure? Certainly. Should I attempt evasive action? Activating emergency procedures. Jesus, Alex, talk to me. Warning! Drive system overload. Detonation imminent. Capitan, please commenced manual shutdown a drive system. Launching automatic distress beacon. Beacon launched. Initiating lifeboat pre-launch sequence. Warning! You have ten seconds to reach safety. Lifeboat launch in ten… nine… seven… six… five… Countdown interrupted… Hole in the engine core breached. Hyper drive will be detonate in four… three… … two… one… We picked up a distress beacon from the survey ship Amazon. You are being sent to assess the situation. The last location transmission showed the ship to be vicinity of Saturn. Their next survey point would have been tightened. We’ve assigned you one of the new FTL scout ships a Lynx phase 4. We’d like it back in one piece. Prep and launch from bay seven in twenty minutes. Control? Can you see this? Analysis confirms that thing is organic. It’s alive, Commander. Any suggested action, Control? Take a close sweep and stand for survivors. Okay, Control. I’m going in. I’m going to look for a landing site. What commands of all: please report to the base CEO. Jason Barr, to the CEO’s office. Thank you. We haven’t much time so I’ll keep this short. Following Capitan Sumoki’s interrogation we have discovered some worrying information. There appears to be another alien installation somewhere on Tethys. It’s a listening station transmitting to something outside the solar system. The exact location is unknown. We want you to disable it’s data acquisition system. Leave the transmitter functional if possible, so that we can trace the beam. Good luck, Commander. Prep flight at seven for all. All personnel prep flight at seven. Okay, Control, I’m here. No sign yet. What the hell is that? Analyzing… Damn, it’s close. Control, help me out here. I think it might be from the listening station. Incoming scan beam. I’m being scanned, Control. Any suggestions? Hold your fire. It may lead to your target. Okay, Control. Out. Scout ship Tellute to Control: target in visual range, landing site acquired. Control to Commander Barr. Message received. Proceed with primary objectives. Repeat that, Control, interference from the dome. Come in, Control. Control? Thrust one hundred and thirty percent. Come on! Move! Come on! Engine overloading. Thrust control operational. Suggest evasive action. Oh, no! Yes! Start on out of scale damaged. Come on! Come on! Fighting systems destroyed. Thrust control damaged. Major fuel leak in outrigger. Proximity alert. Danger. Proximity alert. Spectral data indicates a variety of compounds. What the… What the. Program complete. Language matched. Geomorp controlled. Terraforming program active. Please confirm target coordinates. Target coordinates confirmed. Prepare for final approach. Program complete.

Do YOU Think Like a Challenger? (Test with Commentary!)


Hey everyone. This week we’re introducing
something new that we haven’t really tried before. We asked Hector to go smurf like always,
but this time we asked him to provide educational commentary as he plays the game.
We’ve uploaded his full commentary smurf games exclusively to our website and will be continuing
to upload a bunch of them on a weekly basis. Hector’s also promised not to leave his desk
and respond to the questions you may have on these commentary releases for the first
7 days upon their release, so be sure to check us out after this video.
So, why have we done this? Well, there’s definitely a difference between analysis made after the
fact, and how someone *actually* thinks when they’re playing the game. Both types of analysis
are useful, but it may surprise you just how simple the decisions a Challenger player makes
can be. We’ll be asking a lot of questions this time around, so see if you can think
just like Hector does when he’s smurfing. Let’s hop right into the start of this game.
The match up Hector will be playing is Ashe and Thresh vs a Lucian/Blitzcrank lane. As
the lane begins, what do you think Hector’s game plan will be for this bot lane match
up? Let’s see what he had to think
this is uhh…obviously new content. I’ll outline exactly when I want you to cut my
voice off, so there’s no confusion. otherwise, just mute my voice unless it’s a blue node
Okay, that’s a very easy to follow game plan based off simple logic. There isn’t a whole
lot of thought process behind this. Having wave advantage lets your support land hooks
Not only that, but even if your support misses a hook here and there, your opponent will
be unable to punish. They can’t threaten skill shots through the big wave you’ll have to
protect you, if you have the shove lead. This same logic can be applied to any support
match up where both champions have a skill shot. If you deny the enemy support the chance
of ever landing their skill shot, while at the same time opening up your own support
to do so, it’s obviously a win win and the lane will go much smoother.
That’s what happened this game. Hector and his Thresh were able to consistently get good
trades, until eventually they scored a solid, if somewhat sloppy, double kill.
Since there’s no real game play theme to this video, let’s just skip ahead to a much later
part of the game. Hector managed to snowball pretty hard, so let’s hear the logic behind
his current actions. “so we keep pushing here. we see 4 of them
on the map ” Okay, once again that’s sound, simple logic.
Reacting to the enemy team’s plays around the map would be incorrect. He’d get there
too late. It’s much better to cross-map and look for an advantage elsewhere. The real
question for this section will be what Hector’s action will be after he takes this inhibitor
tower. What do you think he’ll do, and you’ll get bonus points if you tell us *why* he’ll
do it. Alright, let’s see what happens and what he
thinks about it. “this is a free inhibitor, now I will say
I don’t think taking this inhibitor is correct, but I think my team’s mental would go boom,
if I didn’t, because they don’t understand why this is potentially wrong”
Okay, that’s a bit weird. Making a call he thinks is incorrect to spare his team from
tilting. Let’s break this down. First, let’s discuss why taking an inhibitor so early is
usually not ideal. The problem with taking very early inhibitors
is that they’re only useful, if you can make use of the pressure generated from the super
minions. With the inhibitor down, you’ll always have a man advantage for everything you attempt
to do, since someone on the enemy team will obviously be stuck clearing the super creep
waves. The problem is that having a man advantage
this early into the game is not always that useful. Trying to do Baron at 20 minutes,
even with a 5v4 advantage is usually suicide. And it’s not like you can just randomly push
or dive mid lane towers. Towers will still be relatively powerful at that stage of the
game, so it’s difficult to get any meaningful advantages by grouping near a tower. Especially,
if the enemy team has reliable wave clear. Therefore, if you take too early of an inhibitor,
most of the time you’re just funneling farm into someone on the enemy team. This can be
quite problematic when it’s a hyper-scaling champion, such as Jax for example.
To illustrate just how bad it is to take early inhibitors, let’s take a look at an extreme
example from recent competitive history. At the 2019 MSI semi-finals, G2 *willingly* let
their inhibitor die to minions against the best team in League of Legends history. If
professional players think other professional players can’t use the early inhibitor pressure,
then you most definitely don’t want to rely on your random gold and platinum teammates
to use the pressure efficiently. Okay, so if it wasn’t a good idea, then why’d
he do it anyways? Just as he said, he doesn’t want to give his
team any reason to tilt. If he’d left that inhibitor alive, who knows what someone may
have said or what it could lead to. Any time you can afford to do something that boosts
team morale, you may as well do it. But only do so, if you’re sure you can win
anyways. Luckily for Hector, he’s obviously a smurf. He took that inhibitor because any
advantage he gives the enemy team won’t matter in the long run.
Alright, let’s take a look at a couple of examples from another game Hector played.
In this game Hector has already accrued a pretty large lead, so his team plays around
him setting up a solid dive. At the end of it, he places a pink ward in the lane bush
and walks back to hit the tower with his team. After a bit of pushing, we arrive at the point
where he makes another interesting decision. It’s very clear that he has plenty of time
to kill this tower and get first tower gold, especially since we see no one coming any
time soon thanks to that earlier pink. Instead, he just backs off without taking
the free 600 plus gold. Why do you think he did this? There’s 2 reasons this time, so
think hard. Let’s listen to what he thought about it.
“I think I lose a lot of tempo by doing that…..back out on the map to prevent this dragon, right?”
His foresight instantly pays off, as he’s here in time to cut off Lux’s rotation to
dragon securing a free kill, as well as ensuring that his team gets the objective easily.
Now of course this decision was based off the fact that he didn’t need the turret gold
and the dragon was up. Let’s imagine some different scenarios. Imagine you’re playing
Lucian, and you need 600 gold to finish Blade of the Ruined King. In that case, you *would*
stay to finish the tower and just relay that information to your team in hopes that they’ll
be patient. Huge power spikes like that are too important,
and securing the necessary gold before you base would be the correct call.
Now, let’s imagine there wasn’t a dragon up. This means there’s no rush to get back out
on the map. You may as well take the free 600 or so gold This opens you up to potentially
rotating top after recalling, since you don’t have to go back bottom anymore.
Alright, let’s take a look at another macro decision Hector makes shortly after this dragon/tower
situation. “I would ideally like to go top lane……and
I don’t want to share farm” Again, pretty simple right? This is something
we’re constantly bringing up about not going to lanes that are already being farmed. With
that line of thinking in mind, what do you think is the most pressing issue on Hector’s
mind at the moment? “I will just pressure mid and hope Ahri goes
bottom. If Ahri comes mid, I will go bottom” Okay. He’s not even remotely thinking about
the enemy team, but is instead focusing on what his own teammates may do.
ADC is a unique role in that way. After a certain point, you and your support should
be taking over mid, but people really love to ARAM for some reason, which usually results
in you sharing farm. You need to be hyper aware of not only the
enemy team’s movements, but your own team’s as well. In case they come to group at a bad
time, you should be looking for other sources of farm you can rotate to, just in case. In
this scenario, Lux had pushed in a wave bottom that Ahri should ideally be catching, so she
can pressure the side lane. But in low elo that often times won’t be the case. It’ll
be up to you to react to your own teammate’s bad macro, and rotate appropriately.
Alright, that’s going to be it for this guide. We’ve uploaded the Kai’sa game for you to
watch, if you want. Remember to leave absolutely any feedback on that, and we’ll see ya next
week.

Incarcerated people face potential disaster during outbreak


>>Sreenivasan: YESTERDAY, THE FIRST INMATE IN FEDERAL CUSTODY DIED FROM COVID-19, A 49-YEAR-OLD LOUISIANA MAN NAMED PATRICK JONES. HE DIED AT THE SAME FACILITY WHERE AT LEAST TWO DOZEN INMATES AND STAFFERS HAVE TESTED POSITIVE. THIS FOLLOWS WEEKS OF ADVOCATES FOR THE RIGHTS OF INCARCERATED PEOPLE SOUNDING THE ALARM ABOUT THE POTENTIAL SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS IN THE NATION’S PRISONS AND JAILS. PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND’S IVETTE FELICIANO SPOKE WITH LAWYERS, ACTIVISTS AND ONE MOTHER WITH A SON IN PRISON, ALL OF WHOM FEAR A COVID-19 DISASTER FOR THOSE BEHIND BARS, AND THOSE WHO WORK WITH THEM.>>Reporter: AT A TIME WHEN AMERICANS ARE ENCOURAGED TO PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE, ADVOCATES FOR PRISONERS’ RIGHTS NOTE THE MAJORITY OF AMERICA’S INCARCERATED ARE UNABLE TO DO SO.>>THIS IS A PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERN. THE POINT IS TO GET PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING TO GET SICK AND DIE OUT OF RIKERS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.>>Reporter: STAFF ATTORNEYS WORKING AT NEW YORK’S LEGAL AID SOCIETY IN BROOKLYN SAY THEY’RE CONCERNED FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THEIR CLIENTS AFTER HEARING STORIES ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING INSIDE THE CITY’S DETENTION CENTERS.>>YOU CAN’T GET AWAY FROM ANYONE. PEOPLE ARE HOUSED DOWN WITH THEIR BEDS. 100 PEOPLE IN A DORM. PEOPLE ARE COUGHING. YOU CAN’T GET AWAY. THERE’S NO SOAP. IT’S LIKE A HORROR MOVIE. IT’S TERRIFYING.>>Reporter: AS OF TODAY, MORE THAN 200 PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY TESTED POSITIVE FOR THE CORONAVIRUS AT NEW YORK CITY’S DETENTION FACILITIES, INCLUDING NOT ONLY THE INCARCERATED, BUT ALSO CORRECTIONS EMPLOYEES. LIKE OTHER COURTS AROUND THE COUNTRY, NEW YORK CITY’S HAVE INDEFINITELY POSTPONED ALL CRIMINAL AND CIVIL JURY TRIALS DUE TO THE THREAT FROM THE VIRUS. AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT MEANS PEOPLE WHO ARE BEING HELD BEFORE THEY’VE BEEN TRIED OR CONVICTED OF ANYTHING WILL HAVE TO WAIT LONGER IN CROWDED CONDITIONS. AND MOST OFTEN, THOSE PEOPLE ARE POOR.>>WELL, I THINK IT SPEAKS TO POVERTY AND SPEAKS TO BEING ABLE TO AFFORD BAIL. AND A LOT OF OUR CLIENTS JUST CANNOT AFFORD TO PAY THE BAIL.>>Reporter: THIS 51-YEAR-OLD MOTHER FROM THE BRONX SAYS HER 25-YEAR-OLD SON HAS BEEN KEPT IN A MANHATTAN JAIL, CONVICTED OF NOTHING, SINCE 2017. HIS TRIAL DATE SET FOR THIS TUESDAY WAS POSTPONED INDEFINITELY. SHE SPOKE TO US THURSDAY, TELLING US WHAT HER SON, WHO IS DIABETIC AND SUFFERS FROM SEIZURES, HAD TOLD HER. SHE ASKED US TO KEEP BOTH THEIR IDENTITIES AND THE DETAILS OF HIS CASE PRIVATE.>>WELL HE’S IN A HOUSING UNIT WHERE THE FIRST INMATE TESTED POSITIVE FOR THE CORONAVIRUS A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO. AND I HAVE TO TELL YOU, SINCE THEN, EVERY TIME HE’S CALLED, THERE IS QUITE A BIT OF CONFUSION AND PANIC AND FEAR AND ANGER. ABSOLUTELY NO HAND SANITIZER IS ALLOWED THERE, SO THEY DON’T HAVE THAT AT ALL. THEY’VE BEEN ISSUED EACH A MASK AS OF THREE DAYS AGO. SO THEY FINALLY GOT MASKS. YESTERDAY, AS A MATTER OF FACT, THREE MORE INMATES FELL SICK, GOT A FEVER AND WERE REMOVED AND TAKEN OUT. MY SON HAS NOT BEEN PROVEN GUILTY OF ANY CRIME. THEY’RE SIMPLY AWAITING TRIAL. THEREFORE, YOU CAN KILL SOMEONE THERE. THEY CAN DIE THERE. AND IT WOULD HAVE BEEN FOR NO REASON OTHER THAN THIS PERSON JUST HADN’T GONE TO TRIAL AND GOTTEN CONVICTED YET.>>Reporter: LAST WEEK MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO ANNOUNCED THAT NEW YORK CITY WOULD BEGIN RELEASING SOME INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE BEEN ARRESTED FOR MINOR CRIMES BUT NOT YET TRIED, AS WELL AS THOSE WHOSE HEALTH PROBLEMS MAKE THEM MOST VULNERABLE TO INFECTION. BUT AS OF THURSDAY, CITY OFFICIALS SAID THAT FEWER THAN 200 ELIGIBLE PRISONERS HAD BEEN RELEASED. LAWYERS AT LEGAL AID SAY THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF INCARCERATED PEOPLE WHO FIT THE PROFILE OF THOSE WHO SHOULD BE RELEASED, AND THAT THE CITY IS MOVING TOO SLOWLY.>>WHAT WE’RE ENCOUNTERING IN BROOKLYN IS TRYING TO GET INDIVIDUAL CLIENTS RELEASED. AND THERE ARE SO MANY CASES BEING BROUGHT, AND ONLY ONE OR TWO JUDGES TO HANDLE THEM. AND SO CASES THAT WERE FILED LAST WEEK HAVE STILL NOT BEEN HEARD.>>YOU KNOW, EACH ATTORNEY IS, LIKE, FILING PAPERS AND CALLING THIS PERSON, CALLING THAT PERSON AND GETTING NOWHERE. IT CAN’T BE THIS INDIVIDUAL CASE BY CASE BASIS. THAT TAKES WEEKS AND WEEKS. IN THE MEANTIME, PEOPLE ARE GETTING SICK. PEOPLE ARE GOING TO DIE. IT NEEDS TO HAPPEN MUCH FASTER.>>Reporter: ATTORNEYS AT THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY FILED SEVERAL LAWSUITS ON BEHALF OF DOZENS OF INCARCERATED DEFENDANTS OVER THE LAST WEEK. LAST THURSDAY A MANHATTAN SUPREME COURT JUDGE ORDERED THE RELEASE OF 16 ADDITIONAL PEOPLE, RULING THAT THE CITY AND STATE VIOLATED THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS BY DETAINING THEM DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK. DR. AMANDA KLONSKY IS AN ADVOCATE FOR PRISONERS RIGHTS WHO HAS SPENT THE LAST TWO DECADES TEACHING AND RUNNING EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN JAILS AND PRISONS.>>IT’S ALMOST AS IF WE’VE DESIGNED A PETRI DISH TO SPREAD THE PANDEMIC AND TO HEIGHTEN THIS CRISIS.>>Reporter: SHE RECENTLY WROTE AN OP-ED FOR “THE NEW YORK TIMES” ABOUT THE DANGERS THE CORONAVIRUS POSES TO THOSE BEHIND BARS, AND THOSE IN CONTACT WITH THEM.>>IF THERE’S AN OUTBREAK IN A JAIL OR A PRISON IN A CITY LIKE LOS ANGELES, CHICAGO, WASHINGTON, D.C., IT HAS THE POTENTIAL TO OVERWHELM OUR HOSPITALS, OUR MEDICAL CARE SYSTEMS. RIGHT? HOW WILL CORRECTIONS OFFICERS TRANSPORT SICK INDIVIDUALS FROM JAILS AND PRISONS TO LOCAL HOSPITALS SAFELY WITHOUT INFECTING THEMSELVES AND OTHERS?>>Reporter: KLONSKY, WHO IS BASED IN ILLINOIS, HAS BEEN TRACKING COVID-19 INFECTIONS IN PRISONS AND JAILS AROUND THE COUNTRY, AND SAYS, SO FAR, THE DISEASE HAS ENTERED DETENTION FACILITIES IN MORE THAN A DOZEN STATES.>>MORE THAN 40% OF PEOPLE IN PRISONS ALREADY HAVE A CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITION. MEDICAL CARE IS IN SHORT SUPPLY. MEDICATION IS IN SHORT SUPPLY. ACCESS TO DOCTORS MAY BE IMPOSSIBLE. WE’RE SIMPLY INCAPABLE RIGHT NOW OF MEETING THE DEMAND IF THERE WAS A MAJOR OUTBREAK OR CLUSTER. AND PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS AND EXPERTS ARE TELLING US IT’S NOT IF, BUT WHEN THAT HAPPENS.>>Reporter: AS OF FRIDAY, 14 INCARCERATED PEOPLE IN FEDERAL CUSTODY HAVE TESTED POSITIVE FOR THE CORONAVIRUS AND HAVE BEEN ISOLATED. 13 PRISON STAFFERS HAVE TESTED POSITIVE AS WELL. THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS HAS IMPLEMENTED SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES IN ITS FACILITIES, AND INCARCERATED PEOPLE THERE WON’T BE ALLOWED VISITS FROM FAMILY, FRIENDS OR ATTORNEYS UNTIL MID-APRIL. THE B.O.P. IS ALSO QUARANTINING ALL NEW INMATES ENTERING ITS 122 CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES FOR 14 DAYS. YET KLONSKY WORRIES THAT EFFORTS SUCH AS THESE, WHICH SHE ADMITS ARE INTENDED TO MITIGATE THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS INSIDE PRISONS AND JAILS, COULD ACTUALLY COME AT THE COST OF THE RIGHTS OF INCARCERATED PEOPLE.>>IN SOME PLACES, WE’RE HEARING THAT PEOPLE ARE LOSING ACCESS TO PHONE CALLS, TO LETTERS AND TO OTHER KINDS OF COMMUNICATION WITH THE OUTSIDE. PRISONS ARE ALREADY A BLACK BOX. RIGHT? WE OFTEN DON’T KNOW, THE PUBLIC DOESN’T KNOW WHAT’S HAPPENING AND WHAT KINDS OF INHUMANE CONDITIONS ARE EMERGING ON THE INSIDE.>>Reporter: ON THURSDAY U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL WILLIAM BARR ISSUED A DIRECTIVE TO THE BUREAU OF PRISONS, URGING THE RELEASE OF SOME ELDERLY AND CHRONICALLY ILL PRISONERS IN B.O.P. CUSTODY.>>AN OUTBREAK IN A JAIL OR A PRISON WILL BE A DEATH SENTENCE FOR MANY THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE. AND SO WE’RE ASKING OUR STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION, TO TAKE THIS THREAT SERIOUSLY, TO RELEASE AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE. IT’S THE ONLY WAY THAT WE CAN REDUCE THE NUMBER OF DEATHS.

⚜ Rachael’s Realm ⚜ OWLs April TBR Game! [cc]


Hello beautiful people and welcome to my April Rachael’s Realm TBR Owls edition. So the Owls is run by G from Book Roast. It’s a Harry Potter based readathom that wants us to have particular careers that we do our Owls or our Newts to throughout the year. So I’m actually going for Spell maker and for this I actually need my aerithmancy, astronomy, charms, divination, history of magic and transfiguration. So I will let you know more about the prompts of those as we’re going through because I’m going to try to link these prompts with Rachael’s Realm that I pull out. So, we’ll see. So if this is the first time that you’re watching Rachael’s Realm you’ll notice that I have a map behind me. I’m building my Queendom. And here we have some additional challenges. So, I basically pull out some tokens from this bag and they are little location markers on my map of the High Queendom. And each of these location markers actually has a prompt on the other side, so it might be read an audiobook, read a book by a POC, read a queer author, this kind of thing. I also have specific tokens that are for ‘Roll the dice’, when I roll the dice I get these additional challenges. Now firstly, we’ve got to fill up the challenge board because I had quite a few last month. So let’s pull out some at random and see what my challenges are going to be to add to here. The first one is a book from a foreign land, or an author from a foreign land. The next one here is ‘Read every morning’. This is something that I don’t do but I need to do better at. And also I read more in the morning as well, so it’s important that I actually try to fit that time in there. An intimidating read. Yes, I’ve got quite a few of those on my shelves. And finally, outside of my comfort zone. I also, as always, want to take this moment in this monthly TBR to shout out my new patrons for this month. People who make this happen. Thank you so much for being there. Thank you for my little growing family, I love you very, very much and I’m very appreciative. So we have Heather, Adrian and Sophie. E-booked Witch, Chloe, Laurie, Hannah, Christy, and Anne. Sarah, Megan, Kira, Nicole, Mckenzie, another Kira, Vanessa, Rebel, Kayla, Emma and Abby. Just wow, that is a lot of people. 20, that’s 20. Thank you so much for being here. Like I really, really, really appreciate it. You make things like this happen. So without further ado, let’s pull out some tokens. Our first one is a Kindle book. So this is actually our Wizards apothecary cuz they’re the tech wizards. Let’s count how many Kindle reads I have that I actually need to read. One, two, three, four… Oh my gosh, not many at all. Maybe I need to add more Kindle books. Okay, let’s do a random number generator. Okay, and the number is 3, which means that I am reading Desperate Measures by Katee Robert. This was recommended to me by Riley Marie. It is a Jasmine Jafar smutty retelling. Also because that was an RNG, a random number generator, that actually covers one of my Owls prompts, which is divination. Number 2. Oh, a recent purchase, brilliant. The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson. I’ve just bought this 10th-anniversary edition, gorgeous. Can’t wait to get into it because I loved Elantris so much. We have the live show for that on April 2nd on my channel. So, I hope that you can make that because we have thoughts and I have got so much to kind of just fangirl about and also to discuss with people. This is the first in his Mistborn series, so it actually takes place on a different planet, but I’m hoping that the magic system stays the same. Like mathematical, scientific. Like reality based in that way. I can really imagine this magic system existing because of the way that he’s explained it. In Mistborn, actually, were following a number of people after the Dark Lord has won and the Dark Lord has like been in power for many years. And then there’s a band of misfits that come together, that actually try to take him down post triumph. I think the charge is led by a woman which is nice, I’m looking forward to a female lead, and we’ll just see. This book will also cover the prompts for my history of magic exam, which is to read a book that contains witches or wizards. Like magical type person beings. Number 3: ‘Millie picks’. Millie’s my little ragdoll kitten and I’m really glad that she gets to pick this one. Here we go, so for Millie’s pick I’ve chosen Lesson in Thorns, Crier’s War or Beyond The Black Door. Which one is it Millie? Any of them? My battery died, so here we are. Evidence. Thank you for your choice Millie. Number 4: ‘Highest rated’, nice. These are my dragons. One of the highest-rated books on my Goodreads’ shelf right now is Heartstopper Volume 3. I’m really excited to get back into the world of my boys again. This is a boy meets boy love story. It is super cute, the illustrations within are really expressive. It is a kind of drawn comic book, but it’s just so wholesome and heartwarming, and I’m really, really, really looking forward to this one. And what’s fantastic also is this has the word ‘heart’ on the cover, which covers my ancient rune prompt for having a heart, or the word heart, on the cover. Number 5 is: another recent purchase. This is excellent. I bought some books recently as you can tell from my 25-book March Book Haul. I have some books to read. Another recent purchase of mine was the audiobook Royal Assasin, and I’m reading this actually for the Elderlingalong, which is hosted by Becca, and I’m really, really eager to continue. Although it wasn’t my favorite reading the first one I probably gave it like a 4 star, just in comparison to Elantris. I am intrigued where it goes, and what happens with our characters. This is a very character-led classical fantasy, and we’re following a boy called Fitz who has the Witt. This means that he’s able to kind of connect consciously with other beings but he has a penchant for dogs. He’s able to like get into the mind of dogs and really understand them, but this power is not seen as a good power to have in his Kingdom. He’s also the bastard son of a prince, and he ends up actually being part of the castle and being trained as a royal assassin. We have little bits of white on the cover from the weapon thing that the horse is holding, so I’m counting it. It has some white on the cover, which means that it covers my charms prompt. Number 6… Oh lovely, a short read. This is a nice month. For this I have Open Earth, which is a polyamorous, space, smutty fantasy. That’s all I know. Wow, another highest-rated book. The sun is shining on me. You guys are absolutely mad because one of the highest-rated books on my Goodreads is House of Earth and Blood, Crescent City by Sarah J. Maas. Im am actually going to be reading this with my Patreon people so I did actually plan to have this on my TBR. I have the gorgeous Waterstones’ edition with red sprayed edges. I love it so much just physically as it looks, I don’t know about the pages inside. We shall see. And this, because it has shape-shifters in it, can be used or for my transfiguration exam. If you would like to join me reading this then please go and sign up to be a Patreon below, and join us on our private discord channel and our live show discussing this. And our last one from the bag. This is a re-read. Ha, how lovely. I love it when I get to reread my faves. For this I’ve chosen a book that I’ve been talking about a little bit with my friends recently that I really wanted to re-read and that is The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill. This is a beautiful middle-grade story about a witch that lives in the woods solitaire, on her own just with this cute little flying dragon and this like rock man that’s like a god. And every single year the neighboring protectorates, village, town-style thing, sacrifices a baby to this witch, but the witch is like ‘I don’t understand why every single year you’re giving me a new baby’. But she feeds the babies starlight, which gives them special, unique traits like beauty and grace and all that jazz. And then she gives it to another village. However, this year she accidentally feeds the baby moonlight instead of starlight and it magics the child, which means that she can’t give it to another neighboring village, and she has to look after her for herself. And the story follows them as she raises this young girl, but also follows the villagers as well. Some dark and terrible things start happening to them and they definitely blame the witch for it. It’s a story of mental health, of trauma. Slowly going mad. Of slowly losing your sense of self and also your memory as well. It’s really heartbreaking and beautiful and tragic, and I love it and I can’t wait to see what I can glean from it on a second read. I’m also going to be reading this book in the dark, which will cover my astronomy prompt. In March there was actually one book from my TBR that I did not complete. Only one though, which is really good. And that was Crier’s war by Nina Varela, and I was actually meant to be buddy-reading this with both Linda and Riley. I think that both of them have completed it now. Just the time escaped me and the Bookie Trials happened. So, for this I’m actually going to be rolling the dice, which is good because we don’t have any other Role the dice challenges here. And when I roll the dice we will see from this side which challenge I will be undertaking. Okay, so, for not reading Crier’s war, let’s see what the dice has in store. Uh, I think that might be number 17. Number 17 is ‘low expectations’, so a book I don’t expect a lot from. For that I’m going to go with Recursion by Blake Crouch. Now, I read Dark Matter and actually unhauled it because I thought I wasn’t ever going to re-read it. But I do kind of wish that it was on my shelves now because it is a book that I do kind of go back to. However, it was also still like a 3.5. I’m not too sure about Recursion, I don’t know where it will sit on that rating scale, but we’ll see. This probably another Sci-fi thriller, much like Dark Matter was. ‘What if someone could rewrite your entire life?’, that sounds a lot like Dark Matter. Who knows? Maybe it’s a sequel. I don’t know. I don’t think it is but we’ll see. Recursion will work for a book outside of my favorite genre considering my favorite genre is fantasy. So for that, I will actually complete my arithmancy exam. Oki-dokie, so these are the books that have been chosen for Rachael’s Realm April Owls edition. So including Desperate Measures and Royal Assassin, we have Recursion, The Girl Who Drank the Moon, The Final Empire, Heartstopper, Open Earth, Crescent City and A Lesson in Thorns. Beefy. And now for my favorite part actually is building up the map with the tokens that we’ve got. Thank you all so much for watching, please don’t forget to like, subscribe and comment. All that jazz. You can find me on Twitter, on Instagram and on Goodreads. My Patreon link is also down there in the description if you would like to support this and like to join my bookish family. I love you. Bye. Bye, bye, bye.

April 2020 in My Cafe Game

March 31, 2020 | Articles, Blog | 58 Comments

April 2020 in My Cafe Game


Hey everyone I’m Ola
and today, and for the whole April, we are going to play My Cafe: Recipes & Stories. In this video I want to give you all the news about what’s going to wait
for us in April in the game so let’s go So the first thing that is going to wait
for us is the midweek festival. The thing is that we have decided to hold two
additional midweek festivals on March 31 till April 2 and April 7 till April 9.
Both of these festivals will not move you in the league,s but the rewards for
these festivals, as well as tasks, will not be different from the weekend’s
festivals. We have decided to give you those festivals because they will allow
you to earn additional gems for fulfilling new tasks and to have fun in
the midweek. Besides, as you know from my previous video about update 2020.4
announcement, we are starting a new season on April 3 till April 20, and the
additional Festival on April 7 till April 9 will allow you to earn additional
trophies. This can bring you to the new levels of the seasonal item, and you
will be able to get more gems per day til the end of the season. We will still
have a regular weekend festival on April 3 – April 6. This is going to stay
unchanged. You will still be able to move up and down in the leagues, you will be
able to get trophies and gems, and to compete with your rivals in the regatta. This is not it, and we have also decided to give you at Elite membership or Gold
gifts for free. Yes, this means that all Township members are going to become
elite residents for 14 days on April 1 till April 15 Elite members who have already purchased the status and it is not in a trial period,
will get a gold gift on April 3 and/or April 10. If your paid status is active on those
dates, and if your Elite membership covers both dates you’re going to get two gold
gifts. You can read the details on our support site. Read about how to make
it in the description as well. I have also told you about the new bunny
game, and the new purple gifts, and the new dice in the bunny game in my
previous video about the update, and actually the first new game with the
bunny will start on April 4 at 12 p.m.UTC just as usual. Just the conditions of
the game will be a little bit different I will give you a separate video about
how you can play the new bunny game during the week so please stay tuned and
subscribe to my channel. Definitely click the bell so as not to miss the new video
about the bunny game, I hope you will enjoy it. I already read some of your
comments about the purple gifts and the dice, and different ways of how you can get them. Yes, definitely you will be able to get those dice not only from purchasing those gifts, and we will give more details about it during the week. We
have also promised to hold the festivals marathon and we are going to do this in
Update 2020.4 in April so the days for the marathon are going
to be April 10 till April 27, it means that you are going to have five
festivals during those dates: three festivals during the weekends just as
usual, and two festivals in the weekdays And by the results of those five
festivals both townships, and separate Township members will be able to get
additional rewards. I will also provide you all the details about the festival’s
marathon next week. I’m going to tell you more about the prizes, and the conditions,
so stay tuned for that as well. So, as you see right here,
April is really going to be hot in my cafe. Definitely we’re all waiting for the
newest update, and you can read more about it in our social media, so stay
online, stay safe, and stay with My Cafe! Thank you!

Red Skull comes to Marvel Strike Force And MORE Games News! | Marvel Minute


Hey, True Believers. I’m Lorraine and this is
the Marvel Minute, bringing you 60 seconds of Marvel news. Let’s do it. Coming up this week, the
Black Widow returns to comics. Natasha Romanoff has
been a spy almost as long as she’s been alive. And in this new series,
she’s never stopped running. Whether she’s working for
the good guys or the bad. But Natasha’s world is
about to be upended. Don’t miss the heartbreaking
thrill ride of 2020 with Kelly Thompson and Elena
Casagrande behind the wheel. On sale this week. In Marvel games news,
the leader of Hydra is coming for you in
Marvel Strike Force, as the Red Skull
joins the game along with his waves of minions. And then over in
Marvel Puzzle Quest, the Immortal Hulk
is ready for battle, with the ability to
revive from death and then become even
stronger with each revival. And in case you missed
it, Shadow of Doom, the new DLC for Marvel Ultimate
Alliance 3: The Black Order, is now available exclusively
on Nintendo Switch. Go check out that new trailer
over on the Marvel Games Twitter. What is the vision for
Marvel Future Revolution? Explore this massive open world
of Marvel Future Revolution, where players can traverse
unique merged worlds through an epic story with their
favorite Marvel superheroes. To see more, check out this
special video over on Marvel Future Revolution social. Looking for some
TV recommendations? Catch up on the whole season
of Marvel’s Hero Project. 20 episodes of real life young
superheroes making a difference in their communities. Watch their stories
on Disney Plus and then head on
over to Marvel.com to read their comments. And that’s all the time
we have for this week, but I will see you next
time on the Marvel Minute.