Season 3, Episode 3 – Pokémalone
Ayo! Waddup and welcome. Sorry about the delay. Events outside our control has caused some production delays. Shout out to everyone in Texas who did what they needed to make it through that cold snap, power outage. Prays for those who did not make it through. This week we have an update on our prison roll call, breakdown the upcoming Borderlands film and giving flowers to Conway the Machine who continues to feed the street. Other things we talk about are: Post Malone and Pokemon Collab, upcoming Donald Glover projects more! Follow us on Instagram, @badkidzpod ,for updates and additional content. Subscribe on Soundcloud/Apple Music/Spotify/Stitcher so you don’t miss the weekly drop. Follow @badkidzpod on IG & Twitter. Check out the episode notes at badkidzpod.com
Kicker question: To what extent should the culture accept, allow and encourage gatekeeping? Who gets to decide?
Retail Investors Vs Hedge Funds
Prison Role Call
Ahead of crime
Conway the Machin
If it bleeds it can be killed prod by big ghost.
Consumer experience? Limited release, have to buy or stream from bandcamp, thought/opinoins on the approach
In celebration of the series’s 25th anniversary, Pokémon will have a virtual concert on Feb. 27 featuring rapper Post Malone. You can “catch” the show at 7 p.m. ET that day, across various Pokémon channels. Additionally, more festivities will be occurring in the week leading up to the concert. The announcement of the concert comes by way of the official Pokémon Company YouTube channel, featuring a quick look at what to expect. Check it out below! This is part of a larger push by The Pokémon Company and Universal Music Group to create music to commemorate the 25th anniversary.
Whose brand should stay far away from this strategy?
What is your favorite rap group?
Who is the hardest/more influential group we have had the privilege to live thru
CD Project Fail
Dark web monitoring organisation KELA (which previously provided The Verge with what it believes to be legitimate file lists from CD Projekt’s Red Engine) reports that an auction set up to sell the files has now been closed after a “satisfying offer” was made from outside of the forum it was being held on. That offer reportedly stipulates that the code will not be distributed or sold further. Cybersecurity account vx-underground also reported that it had heard the sale was completed.
In a report aided by KELA yesterday, The Verge explained that the auction required a deposit to enter (intended to show potential buyers that this wasn’t a scam auction), with bids starting at $1,000,000, moving up in $500,000 increments. Vx-underground also reported that source code (or at least fragments of source code) for Gwent had been released, which could have been another showing of proof that the files were in hand before the auction.
Mat Piscatella of the NPD Group released the sales results for January 2021 today, revealing that Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War was the month’s bestselling game in the United States. On top of that, the shooter has managed to become the 20th bestselling game ever in the U.S. This might not sound impressive, but considering it’s only been on the market since November 2020, it’s remarkable the game has sold so quickly. The full NPD Twitter thread can be seen below.
What we know:
Jack black is clap trap
Director is Eli Roth
Writer Craig Mazin, chernoybyl, identity theft, hang over 2 & 3 , Scary movie 3 & 4
Lilith – Cate Blanchett
Jamie Liee Curtis – Tannis (only casting I like)
Kevin hart – Roland
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