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In this YouTube video, the hosts of the podcast "HANSON l ПЕКАРЬ l ЕСТЬ У МЕНЯ ОДНА ИСТОРИЯ l ПОДКАСТ #1" discuss a wide range of topics, including car tuning, travel experiences, childhood memories, video games, and issues related to representation and gender in media. They share personal anecdotes and opinions on controversial subjects, such as transgender issues and racial representation in the Little Mermaid movie. The hosts reflect on their experiences and observations, providing listeners with an insider's perspective on various topics.

  • 00:00:00 In this section of the transcript, the YouTubers announce that they will be shifting their focus from auto reviews and tags to mostly podcasts where they can talk about what they are interested in. They also introduce the third host, but they haven't made a decision whether he will be on every podcast, and they talk about the theme of the podcast as well as their future plans. The YouTuber then shares an anecdote of the time spent at a bar with pushnitsas, and he talks about Porsche vs. Mercedes. He also complains about the absurdity of tuning and how it is just about standing out, rather than quality.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the speakers discuss the world of car tuning, including an extravagant tuning company that specializes in carbon fiber treatments for every exterior part. They also discuss some of the unique vehicles they have seen while traveling, including a popular trend in Sri Lanka to tune tuk-tuks with Audi-inspired modifications. The conversation turns to the cost of starting a business in Asia and how it can sometimes require a certain percentage of ownership by Thai nationals. Finally, they briefly touch on their travel experiences in Dubai and discuss how different parts of the city can have vastly different economic realities.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, speakers discuss their travel experiences and how it can provide inspiration for new ideas. They mention that when they traveled to destinations like Sri Lanka, they did not find anything particularly inspiring since the locals lived in poverty. However, visiting places like Dubai or Bali can offer a new perspective on how people can live and provide ideas to strive for. The speakers also mention their experiences visiting local businesses in different cities and countries, including meeting successful entrepreneurs and selling cars for profit.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the speaker talks about his experience with car ownership and how he initially believed that buying an older, cheaper car would be the better choice. However, as he delved into the mechanics and costs of repairing the car, he realized that constantly repairing it would become too expensive. He goes on to discuss his love for his Niva, a classic car that he purchased for his personal use, and how it was able to handle rough terrain. The speaker also briefly touches on fashion trends and how certain styles, such as mustaches and Astronaut shoes, come in and out of fashion over time.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, the speaker shares various childhood stories of doing extreme activities and being impressed by a friend's magic trick involving a coin. The speaker also talks about collecting bottles as a form of income and recounts how he and his friends once found a significant amount of money under a store counter after trying to scrape together enough change to buy snacks. Additionally, the speaker talks about a time his father scooped beer from a central fountain in the city using a cup.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the speaker shares stories from his childhood, including a time when he and a friend thought they were millionaires with 40 bottles, but got robbed on the street. He also shares a story about collecting bottles during the summer with friends, and the time they planned to secretly stash something beneath the school's new couch. The speaker also talks about his late grandmother who worked at his school, and how her memory was used against him by teachers who disliked him.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, the speaker shares two funny stories from his school days. The first story involves a visit to a mistress's house during which the speaker, after breaking a glass, witnessed a man defecating. The second story involved playing video games with a friend while a fire broke out in the chemistry lab at their school, leading to a public humiliation for the speaker. The speaker concludes the section by reflecting on how school experiences can shape one's confidence and aspirations.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, the speaker shares a story about his dream of owning a car and driving it to school, which he eventually achieved. He also talks about his fear of leaving a small town to go to Moscow at 16 years old and his past obsession with video games. The speaker then discusses a game he promoted called Atomikhart, which was developed by Russian developers, and how he was pleasantly surprised by its quality despite initially having low expectations due to the promotional campaign.
  • 00:40:00 In this section, the speaker discusses a game called "ATOM RPG" and notes that while the game is good overall, its main flaw is its use of difficult puzzles. The speaker also praises the game's graphics and universe, but criticizes its poor level design. The speaker then transitions to discussing other games, including "Metro Exodus" and "Horizon," and shares his thoughts on their mechanics and storytelling. Despite some complaints, the speaker seems to generally enjoy these games but does not feel fully immersed without adaptive technology like DualSense.
  • 00:45:00 In this section, the YouTuber discusses his preferences for The Last of Us video game and the TV series adaptation. He defends the TV series cast, admitting that some actors are not bad, but the majority are miscasts. He argues that the lesbian pregnant character, Dina, is the real villain of the second game, and her behavior does not align with her discovery of Joel's death. Furthermore, the YouTuber points out that Ellie is the one who truly suffers from PTSD, while Dina remains selfish and only interested in living an easy life with her child.
  • 00:50:00 In this section, the podcast hosts discuss various topics, including characters in TV shows who they believe are poorly written, and the issue of representation in media. They mention a London-based journalist who spoke out against the new Little Mermaid movie, which features an African-American actress, saying that it perpetuates racial exploitation. The hosts also touch on their thoughts about the transgender community, expressing their support but also saying that some people take it too far by undergoing gender reassignment surgery. They recall a story from their youth when a friend shared a provocative image of a woman, and they debate whether or not it's appropriate to scroll through images like that.
  • 00:55:00 In this section, the podcast hosts discuss stories related to transgender people and their experiences. They talk about a movie one of the hosts watched that discussed the various problems that trans individuals face, including the choice of gender and gender identity. They also mention physicians who administer hormone therapy to adolescents and provide chemical castration drugs to pedophiles. They explore the topic of transgender individuals from various angles and discuss the complexities of transitioning. They conclude by emphasizing the importance of discussing such issues in society and understanding the experiences of trans individuals.

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The "HANSON l ПЕКАРЬ l ЕСТЬ У МЕНЯ ОДНА ИСТОРИЯ l ПОДКАСТ #1" YouTube video features a group of Russian podcasters discussing a wide range of topics, including gender and sexual identity, their love of Harry Potter, different types of cuisine, the comparison between services in Russia and Europe, their early days in Saint Petersburg, and a mutual acquaintance who didn't follow through with lending them his car. The podcasters share personal stories and observations, expressing amazement at the success of Pekar, who releases daily videos, and discussing their struggles as aspiring YouTubers living in a small apartment infested with bugs.

  • 01:00:00 In this section, two Russian podcasters discuss the blurred boundaries around gender and sexual identity in modern society, recounting tales of teenage boys being beaten up for wearing dresses and children being told they can be whoever they want to be without any guidance. They go on to joke about a notorious club called Central Station and the diverse range of people who frequent its doors before moving on to talk about their shared love of Harry Potter and karting.
  • 01:05:00 In this section of the video, Hanson tells a story of how he went to buy glasses and ended up with a helmet that was compatible with his glasses. He describes the frustration he had with the salesperson who continuously offered him lenses, which he knew he wouldn't be able to wear. Eventually, he found the perfect pair of glasses that fit his helmet, and he compares his experience to that of Harry Potter being the only glasses-wearer at Hogwarts. The conversation shifts to discussing a company in St. Petersburg that makes a great pizza and an oversized sleep shirt that Hanson loves.
  • 01:10:00 In this section, Hanson talks about his experience with trying different types of cuisine in various cities like the restaurants he visited in St. Petersburg, which he refused to name, where he discovered his love for cheesecake. He also speaks about the recent opening of Osso, a noodle shop in Moscow, which he dubs a step above any Asian noodle places he has tried. Additionally, Hanson discusses the history of Russian cuisine and its influence from other countries, especially Ukraine. He attributes Russia's lack of a distinct cuisine to their desire to incorporate other cultures into their own. Finally, Hanson shares an anecdote from when he was in Germany, where a Schkoda car executive expressed frustration with the lack of amenities and convenience in Europe, unlike in Moscow, where everything is readily available.
  • 01:15:00 In this section, the participants discuss the comparison between the services in Russia and those in Europe. They acknowledge that in Europe, there are bigger problems regarding service provision, and that the banking system is one of the areas where service in Russia is ahead. They also discuss the advantages of Moscow, a city with so many possibilities that one can order a helicopter or a luxury car at 3 AM, and it will be delivered in half an hour. The discussion ends with the idea of the podcast, how it was a good experience for the participants to speak openly without any set format or restrictions, and how they plan to continue doing it.
  • 01:20:00 In this section, Tay Zonday recounts a childhood story about his friend Palych, who suffered a head injury while riding on old-fashioned playground equipment. Although the injury was serious, Tay and his friends found the situation humorous at the time and even captured it on video. Despite the potentially dangerous situation, Tay emphasizes that the group of friends were simply being themselves and enjoying the moment. Later in the podcast, the conversation turns to past favorite videos, including one featuring his experience driving a Honda NSX in Sochi, Russia.
  • 01:25:00 In this section, the podcast hosts and guests discuss their early days in Saint Petersburg and how they struggled financially. They lived in a small apartment infested with bugs, and the hosts would fry pre-made meals while watching a couple drink vodka at 9 am across the way. They also reminisced about being called "clowns" and "idiots" by some YouTubers and how they found it hard to understand people who wanted to drive cars in a dangerous way. The conversation turns to Pekar, who has become successful with his daily videos, some of which focus on sitting on a sofa. The group is amazed at how Pekar, who has now joined the Drive Challenge in Sochi, can release so much content. Finally, they discuss a mutual acquaintance who originally said he would lend them his car, but then didn't follow through.

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