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August 18th, 2019 • 2h 59m

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look like with the dog drinking water
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Adam curry this is no agenda curry and
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from northern Silicon Valley where I'm
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skipping it I'm gonna flip homes and
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Greenland I'm John C Devorah you know
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when I read that about Trump saying you
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wanted to buy Greenland I like oh my god
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smartest thing I've heard in the past
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year from anybody and they're all
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pooh-poohing oh my goodness this was
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this is fantastic
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it's not I have a clip oh good I read up
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a lot on this and it's a very
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interesting idea
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I love you read up but do you know this
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is not the first time we've tried to do
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this as a caress oh god that's correct
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where is my Greenland clip you know I've
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been doing this a lot tell me you do
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another clip slip we just named it
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something really strange
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I could be Trump economic rundown good
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clip despite a roller coaster week for
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the Dow and some worrisome economic
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indicators President Trump continues to
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insist all is well on the economic front
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I think we're gonna have a very long
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period of wealth and success but the
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president's trade war with China and
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sagging economies in Europe and South
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America have rattled the markets and
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stoked fears of a recession a major
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warning sign for the president who sees
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a strong economy as key to his
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reelection
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you have no choice but to vote for me
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because your 401ks
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down the tubes everything's going to be
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down the tube according to president
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balsam media and the Federal Reserve are
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working against him and holding back the
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economy in recent days the president has
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phoned Wall Street CEOs to discuss the
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markets many in the business community
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are worried two-thirds of the CFOs
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surveyed by Duke University
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expect a recession by the end of next
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year markets and businesses are starting
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to think that the President may not
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really have an endgame here Michael
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strain is an economist at the
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conservative think-tank
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AEI the president has been insistent
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that China is bearing the economic
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burden of the tariffs when of course
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there's lots of good research that shows
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that US consumers are facing higher
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prices for certain products president
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Trump continues to defy conventional
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wisdom but historically presidents
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seeking re-election have won when they
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had a strong economy and lost with a
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weak one well I like the clip was sucked
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on the Greenland front nice clip yeah
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that part which I wrote I did this is
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just not here it was a PBS clip that was
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quite good they talked about all the
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other people who tried to do this over
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the years including Truman I think well
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here's the reason why I immediately
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thought this is interesting
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what is Trump known for buying
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properties at low prices and selling him
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at high prices like this is what the guy
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does like you know his Palm Beach
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mansion it's all this stuff he's like
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buys it for 7 million sells it for 50
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million likes oh I understand what he's
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looking for and he knows how to do his
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diligence on that and then you look into
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the history of the United States by I
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mean we bottle out of our country the
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Louisiana Purchase hello I mean that was
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a pretty big chunk we bought land from
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Russia Alaska from Russia all good deals
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by the way you know none of these broke
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100 million in fact most were much lower
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and and I guess it was was it Truman or
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Eisenhower who tried to buy after so and
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at World War two
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Greenland said hey America come and hook
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us up
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and leave it was Truman I don't think
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Eisenhower dude there's been attempts
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earlier there's an attempt in the 1800's
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we have tried to buy Greenland more than
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once yes and and the reason and the
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reason that I think always would be that
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it's strategically a great spot to be
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these days thanks to global warming and
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and people yeah if you're gonna buy into
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global warming why go to Mars go to
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Greenland yeah because it's gonna be
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beautiful there and have beaches it's
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gonna be fantastic
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also keep an eye on the Russians in the
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arctic area it's a great spot to expand
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our existing military base for oh you
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know to be able to detect ballistic
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missiles a read shoot ballistic missiles
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that's fantastic because the permafrost
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is melting rare earth metals are now
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easier to get to it with you know
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opportunity I mean that it's just it's
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phenomenal but but here's the real thing
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that's going on and it's not just the
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opportunity of Greenland Greenland owned
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by Denmark the Denmark of course could
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sell it they can only sell it by
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constitutional order it's you know
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they've they set this in stone when they
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accidentally came into possession of
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Greenland there would have to be a
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referendum of the you know 58,000 people
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who live there who by the way are kind
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of Trumpy in some ways this is what irks
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me about this missing clip I'm gonna
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have to tell you what it would urge me I
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got this the kind of trumpet did you
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some of them are kind of rubbish so they
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go and they go into this CBS there's a
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man on the street and they go up there
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and they talk to various green Landers
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and they know al I don't know and you
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know they're kind of like wish you
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washing this time some guy comes I said
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no no way there's no way this horrible
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Trump football and he goes on and on the
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guy is Chinese oh that would have been
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great not want to be been better in
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video but well so here here's something
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interesting about this concept and mate
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and maybe
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do it right after this we'll get into it
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but there's there's a lot going on with
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the central bank's with these negative
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interest rates which is is very
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confusing and actually went looking for
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some couple days before this Trump wants
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to buy Greenland business I was looking
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at the Kaiser report with max and Stacy
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and and they were talking about
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specifically this new mortgage that they
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are offering in Denmark where they pay
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you to take the mortgage and that's
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because they have a negative interest
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rate on savings so yeah so you know
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leave it to max and Stacey specifically
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Stacey in this case to explain how that
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works and then you understand that you
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know Denmark Denmark
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yes Denmark is is basically in Falls
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they're they're bankrupt and so it might
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be a very opportune time to come in and
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in you know give it a little influx of
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cash Denmark's third largest bank is now
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paying people to take out a mortgage
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what this means is that if you buy a
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house for $1,000,000 and pay off your
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mortgage in full in ten years you would
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pay the bank back only nine hundred and
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ninety five thousand dollars no mortgage
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payments would be due between the
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purchase and payoff date so effectively
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a borrower only has to repay principal
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with a small discount guaranteeing that
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the bank loses money on the loan and
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that's a negative point five percent
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right and ain't no referring back to
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that film we did about Iceland and I
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think it was 2008 about the Ponzi scheme
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there danke bank was the one who
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additionally put out this report
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suggesting that Iceland was a Ponzi
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scheme about to implode now in Denmark
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as you're pointing out here they're
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using the exact same technique of using
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the hyper leveraged mortgaged real
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property assets as as collateral to
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create this enormous Ponzi scheme so the
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negative interest rates are a reflection
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of a Ponzi scheme not as economic policy
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and yeah you might end up having zero
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mortgage in the bank paying you half a
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percent a year or percent a year but
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let's keep in mind that the value of the
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property itself if it dropped 50 60 70
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80 percent that's
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a good deal so here's that there
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economist from the icecap ank which is
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offering this mortgage
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it's another chapter in the history of
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the mortgage he says by the way Stacey
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not doing voices on the show and she
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does it very well
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they're economists from Daisuke Bank
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which is offering this mortgage
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it's another chapter in the history of
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the mortgage he says a few months ago we
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would have said that this would not be
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possible but we have been surprised time
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and time again and this opens up a new
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opportunity for homeowners in practical
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terms the negative rates will act as a
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subsidy to the repayment and the
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repayment portion will become smaller
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and smaller as the debt is reduced he
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said yes I hardly understand it either
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in fact I said it can't happen but we
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have figured out how to make a negative
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rate mortgage what what's in that little
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description and Max is going to explain
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it in a minute is this little spread
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between a negative half a percent that
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you'd be paid to take out a mortgage
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versus and now in here comes 0.75
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percent negative interest rate on
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savings so there and they said you know
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it would it would subsidized or whatever
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abort they're doing is they're taking
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money from one side and giving it to the
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other how to make an egg with their with
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their five five basis points in between
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it a rate mortgage this is another
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wealth confiscation scheme if you have a
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large sum of cash at the bank they
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charge you a negative three quarters of
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1% to store your cash at the bank it's a
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negative interest rate so the bank is
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taking money out of your account every
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year to the tune of almost 1% they don't
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pay you to have your money at the bank
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they take money away now with a negative
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mortgage that money is going to a
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mortgage buyer so they're confiscating
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wealth from savers and they're giving it
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to property speculators because the
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banks have always made their bones in
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property lending their balance sheets
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are heavy with property and if they were
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to mark-to-market the value of that
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property they would all have to declare
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insolvency so to keep their fee stream
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going they are engaged in guaranteed
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property loss mortgages your property
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will lose catastrophic Lee with these
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mortgages because it's a three thousand
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year bubble at the same time your
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savings are being confiscated by
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negative interest rates that's the bank
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max is so good at explaining something
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really clearly and then leaving you
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confused with the last five things he
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says like what yes see that's that's the
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problem he slipped he slipped that in
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that's bullcrap I mean you could say
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everything is a bubble and from 3,000
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year old with 3,000 year bubble so he
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throws that stuff and he also threw in
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early or he threw in another nonsense
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concept yeah you're buying the mortgage
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but you're gonna lose 50 or 60 percent
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of its value I don't understand why that
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why would that happen because of a
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housing bubble OOP we've already seen
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the housing bubble what they look like
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and they haven't gone so it's not any
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big shock to know what they look like or
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that some in some areas property values
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go down Detroit being a good example
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during that to collapse but that's not a
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worldwide phenomenon it's a in this
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negative interest rate thing is this
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kind of a it's not just a debt markets
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all over the world
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yeah well this counts for the fact that
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things are depressing it's a true
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depression prices are going down and
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deflationary thing happening but it's
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not to the extreme that he's describing
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it well he's a 12
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look this is max so of course we
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understand how he speaks in 10 years
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would be like oh yeah he's kind of right
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and Max was telling us about Bitcoin for
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10 years
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oh yeah I guess he was right though
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it'll take maybe he's he foresees the
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future I don't know but this but anyway
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the have I presume that the Greenland's
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bonds or Treasury bills whatever they
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have I'm sure that they're they have a
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negative yield curve or whatever on on
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their debt or Denmark I should say
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Denmark now yeah grin was there hold
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dead structures based on salvation yeah
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they dead dug a hole in they threw a box
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of coins in it that's pretty much the
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government soon so it sounds like a good
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deal is my point
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like it vt close it yeah
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do you imagine I already said no I would
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right away be buying property they just
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give me a little piece of land yeah they
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said no but what are they doing with it
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and the Chinese you know there was a
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moment the Chinese are moving in to
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green land to exploit it but they
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haven't made the choice to try to buy
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the place the Chinese have neither that
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I know of have gone into Africa all
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these places where they go and bought
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anything they just no no they just say
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look and are they in
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in Greenland with their operations ok
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and yet another reason to go how many
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are in there I don't know all I know is
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that they're there and Trump knew it
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never something next thing you know he
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wants to buy the place and kick him out
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that's why I thought it was so funny to
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hear this Chinese guy signal American oh
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good how a potential Chinese built
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Airport in Greenland could be risky so
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they're building the building in Airport
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like you need to on that island because
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we've got a base to Lee I think it's yes
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yeah and they can build an airport but
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they're poor would be for transport to
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move of course of course that's exactly
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what they want and that and I think
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that's the move that's the move right
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there very funny I'm sure you meant it
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though all right well hey let's do some
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financial news this GE thing that you
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guys talk about that on the know eh I'm
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plugged I play this this news report
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this developing story on the heels of
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this nearly 170 page report from Madoff
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whistleblower and financial investigator
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at Harry Marco Polo's we're getting now
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a response we got a response from GE on
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this report earlier today but now we're
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getting a direct response
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ge CEO Larry Kolb as well he says quote
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GE will always take an allegation of
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financial misconduct seriously but this
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is market manipulation pure and simple
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mr. Marco Polo's report contains false
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statements of fact and these claims
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could have been corrected if you checked
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them with GE before publishing the
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report the fact that he wrote a hundred
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and seventy page paper but never talked
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to the company officials goes to show
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that he is not interested in accurate
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financial analysis but solely in
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generating downward volatility in GE
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stock so that he and his undisclosed
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hedge fund partner can personally profit
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you may recall earlier today on squawk
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on the street we had mr. Marco Polo's on
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I actually asked him why he hadn't
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spoken to the company the point he had
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made was that he was relying on
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financial statements and that based on
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his experience talking to the company
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didn't want to put them in a position to
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be able to destroy any kind of evidence
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or financial documentation nonetheless
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this is the response from GE CEO Kolb
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and will continue to bring the latest as
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the story unfolds now this is I was just
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looking at the troll room no like yeah
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this is fake the guy's name is marco
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polo but this guy has credentials yeah
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number large he was the Bernie Madoff
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yeah he's the real deal and the thing
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that was I thought was most interesting
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about this is well first of all you hear
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in that messaging well he hasn't even
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talked to us man well your public
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company douchebag everyone should be
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able to calculate numbers him doing this
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if market manipulation yeah that would
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be pretty stupid to go around everywhere
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saying hey look at me
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they suck no good and not mean it but
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third it's long term health care
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insurance what exactly is that
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I have no idea because that's that
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before we go on I want to make a couple
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of things mention a couple of things
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about ge ge hasn't been known to be like
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this lingering zombie dog for decade at
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least it's always biology is the worst
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right they can write do anything right
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they got their jet engine company which
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is pretty I mean they got good companies
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but the overall the whole company is
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kind of flagging and it has been ever
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since Jack Welch you know instituted
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stacked ranking at the company right one
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who brought introduced it to the world
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and ruined I think that ruined the
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company I think stacked ranking ruins
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all companies is what it does anything
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Marissa Meyer touches and she says I
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think she's a stack well she's a big fan
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and this is a technique where you it's a
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look it up we're not gonna go to great
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detail about it but look at what's
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called stack ranking it's a personnel
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management technique that is possibly I
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don't use achill chairs of the business
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world it's the world's worst system and
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Microsoft branded for a long time and
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they've drank run the country country up
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the company right into the ground anyway
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that comes from GE and GE and I remember
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the one time I was at a summit vent and
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I was sitting at a table and a bunch of
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this is like 20 years agos GE executives
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and they were the most arrogant jerks
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uh-huh and they were bragging about how
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they invented this and they reinvented
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the TV remote conceal you know that that
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were they drinking at the time or it was
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something a bad hey Mouse man hi we
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invented the remote and we invented the
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alarm clock and we invented the
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push-button with all these old
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inventions about how great they are I
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find they're very listen to something
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wrong with these guys
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it'll be very you know man we invented
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the fridge man I was Westinghouse it
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maybe was General Electric whatever it
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seemed to me that they were just
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blowhards mmm-hmm well this long-term
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health care insurance problem they have
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is interesting because you know when
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we're talking about
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health care in america and medicare for
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all these all these different things and
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the real problem that we have in our
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health care is the insurance company the
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insurance sector that's why the prices
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got jacked up and i'll give you one
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example the pet insurance before pet
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insurance hey you go to the vet 25 bucks
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you know maybe a little bit more pet
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insurance now you can't get out for
19:45
under a grand because a pet insurance so
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now you're you're expected to pay
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seventy dollars a month for your pet
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insurance and they jacked up the prices
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it's how that market works because it's
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not a free and open market its regulated
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but if these companies are going broke
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because they don't have the money here's
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the marco polo's guy explaining the
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numbers I mean we've been seeing it
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making white ops the power business
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reserves against the insurance business
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which is at the heart of what you're
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saying is the problem here ultimately
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why now why why choose to investigate
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now we were doing another case last year
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against the long-term care insurance
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company and then we spotted all the
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losses from these insurance companies
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landing on GES books so we switched
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focus to GE because the fraud was so
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much bigger here so you're saying 15
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billion dollars that they've set aside
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saying look people are living longer
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it's tough to get high interest rates to
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set against what we're seeing in this
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business it's simply not enough correct
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it took 15 billion they need to take
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twenty nine billion dollars more even
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nothing but negative surprises four
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years twenty two billion for Alstom in
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November 15 billion in January 2018 a
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long term here 773 million this quarter
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for energy grid
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big surprises they're always negative
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they should have been taking them all
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along in smaller chunks they wait to the
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last minute
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and they hide things from the market
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first quarter of 2021 they need to take
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ten point five billion dollar gap right
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down as a non-cash charge so ever right
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but an 18 and a half billion media cash
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charge whenever the Kansas Insurance
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Department has requested they had a 15
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billion dollar write down in January
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2018 but they had no cash to pay it so
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they had a spread out over seven years
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that's the problem with GE their cash
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poor they say they have over seven -
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almost seventeen billion in cash the
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problem is their current liabilities are
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sixty billions so the cash is nowhere
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near enough and I guess the low interest
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rates are there one of their big
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problems so they can't make any money on
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the money they have right well yes
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there's that but that's probably at
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least money's cheaper for him but he's
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right about all this but I think it's
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just the tip of the iceberg when it
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comes to these liabilities unfunded
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liabilities which is what we're talking
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about yeah all the states have them yeah
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I mean I can't imagine what you know the
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CalPERS here in California and all these
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other places and all the big
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corporations have them in countries from
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do countries entire countries have these
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liabilities cuz of this insurance scam
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we've all watched it so now where is the
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pain $1,500 a month for health insurance
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oh but I'm so happy doing it so if that
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is the leverage that the Democrats have
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in the 2020 election even though they're
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not playing it right how do they how do
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they have leverage with that well
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they're pushing for you know Medicare
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for all
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most of the leaders are set for Biden
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right and they've got an argument to be
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made it's like there's some people do
22:52
annual salaries on as much as their
22:54
health insurance costs
22:56
well let's and what is that would
22:58
they're never used to be health
22:59
insurance cause they never did all these
23:01
things are bogus that prices of drugs
23:03
weren't assigned nothing was until
23:04
health insurance scam came along Nixon
23:07
administration well let's see what I
23:10
want to promote it what I was gonna say
23:12
let's let's hear how Medicare for all
23:14
would work
23:15
in the united states we have a pretty
23:17
good example the UK national health
23:20
system everyone says it's great why
23:21
can't we be like them well let's have a
23:24
listen make sure to remove your dentures
23:27
before surgery or you could swallowed
23:29
them that's what happened to his 72 year
23:31
old man in Britain the ban had minor
23:34
surgery he returned to the hospital six
23:36
days later complaining of blood in his
23:39
mouth and difficulty breathing doctors
23:41
were not able to diagnose the exact
23:43
problem so they sent him home with some
23:46
prescriptions for mouthwash antibiotics
23:49
and steroids but he returned two days
23:51
later and that's when they found this
23:54
dentures lying across his vocal cords it
23:58
took him into surgery one of the
24:00
hospital for another six days take out
24:04
your dentures before you have this baby
24:07
Lourdes makes no sense of course not I
24:15
had it laying around for like three
24:17
shows I had to play this sometime get
24:20
that off the books okay well yeah I
24:24
don't know what we do is the insurance
24:26
scam is is what it is that you never
24:28
hear anyone talking about it where's
24:30
Elizabeth Warren talking about the
24:31
insurance companies there same people
24:34
don't talk about it because the networks
24:36
won't pick it up if they do the networks
24:38
are you know different pharma is the
24:41
main beneficiary of the whole thing with
24:44
their billions and billions and profits
24:46
selling you know screwy drugs
24:48
and they're they dominate advertising
24:52
and it's just corrupt the whole thing is
24:54
corrupted we're one of the I think maybe
24:56
two countries in the entire world that
24:58
allow drug manufacturers to advertisers
25:01
and promote expensive drugs on TV yes I
25:03
don't know why we do it this obviously
25:05
the corrupting influence it's it doesn't
25:09
help
25:13
and then you have the guys like Obama
25:15
who's number one when he was running for
25:18
president is number one and investor was
25:21
the insurance industry with the
25:23
insurance industry and then guess and
25:25
guess what they got they got Obamacare
25:27
yeah which again now they get to make
25:30
well but as much money as they want yeah
25:32
well okay well that's the end of the
25:34
show for me I'm properly depressed
25:37
let's go buy some land in Greenland I'd
25:40
love to go have you been in Greenland
25:41
over stopped over there I mean what
25:43
would be the reason in the what I mean
25:45
there's a lot of places really nice
25:47
refueling refueling people refuel in
25:50
Greenland they're refueling in Iceland
25:52
Iceland I think more frequently
25:54
well Iceland is actually a great place
25:56
to have a stopover yeah because they
25:58
have the big shopping center people the
26:00
airport actual people and people in bars
26:03
lots of bars I got it I can't how many
26:08
Chinese are in Greenland that's I hadn't
26:10
even thought about that
26:12
of course those guys hey I was wrong
26:19
about the dress the Epstein dress
26:22
although I'm still not convinced it was
26:24
hanging in his in his apartment but okay
26:28
I guess it I guess it's wrong about
26:31
twice I said well I had definitely seen
26:34
you some photoshop job well I had seen
26:36
this before I had seen this image and I
26:39
didn't know if it was a picture or
26:40
whatever it was and so this is not new
26:42
new is that it's in Epstein's house but
26:45
I found the evidence that it's there to
26:47
be quite sketchy but I didn't even think
26:49
it was an actual painting but it was
26:53
then it was auctioned off and fine art
26:56
collection I mean that does not bode if
27:00
it really was in his house that's pretty
27:02
bad yeah and you know bills coming by to
27:06
visit from time to time is that just to
27:08
poke him in the eye they hit him you
27:10
know what the point of it would be if
27:11
you met if he comes to visit day he
27:13
probably doesn't visit that area but
27:15
yeah or into the the rooms in the back
27:18
but as we discussed it's like we're
27:21
never gonna find out about Epstein
27:23
everyone's gonna go crazy and they all
27:25
the
27:25
I don't even read it anymore and then we
27:27
got of course I was interested in Jala
27:30
Maxwell and now she's become you know
27:33
like Elvis like Bigfoot oh there she is
27:35
at an in-and-out burger who took this
27:38
picture
27:39
you know there's no evidence that this
27:43
was a recent and who the hell sits in
27:46
the pinup on the picnic tables at
27:49
in-n-out burger the whole point in and
27:51
out is it drive-through you don't
27:52
actually eat there you can I have once
27:55
okay but now let me I have my thoughts
27:59
on this because I think this was just I
28:01
think there was messaging here I think
28:03
this was spooky stuff well you know this
28:05
whole book there's no evidence that's
28:07
the book she was reading it was there's
28:08
no photographic evidence that's why I
28:11
think this whole thing was this was
28:12
staged yeah by 4chan no it was staged
28:16
for some methods to send out some
28:18
message about this book I read this book
28:20
okay
28:21
no go ahead take over I'll keep us keep
28:24
us going okay well first of all she
28:26
shows up in a very posed photo with the
28:29
book and she has a review section in
28:33
another I feel said well it's not really
28:35
her could be anybody just an actual on
28:37
Amazon yeah and she had reviews and
28:40
other reviews books and she reviews
28:42
mostly junk junk fiction series junk
28:46
romantic fiction but if you look at all
28:49
her headlines and you look at her the
28:51
bet you know it did looks like a perfect
28:53
place to do you know to call home it
28:56
just looks like a perfect place to drop
28:58
messages especially if you what on
29:00
Amazon on Amazon review site yeah that's
29:04
interesting okay and and if you've ever
29:06
met if anyone hasn't seen the series
29:08
Rubicon 13 episode series that they
29:11
killed yes you see that this kind of
29:13
stuff goes on and it seems like she
29:15
checks in if you look at her books she
29:17
checks in if there's just every so often
29:19
she checks in with some stupid review
29:21
and she's got coded words this is reads
29:23
like code something coded and the
29:25
Rubicon story always goes into how books
29:28
are used a lot
29:30
to get messages across you there's just
29:32
coat the decryption code is in your
29:35
original message and then you go to some
29:37
book perhaps the book she just read or
29:39
claims to have read and then you have to
29:41
go and you look up the letters whatever
29:43
than that yeah whatever so she you know
29:47
and everyone assumes that she's in
29:48
Mehsana so she writes this review of
29:50
this book in the in the Amazon what is
29:53
they now give us the name of the book
29:54
first the name of the book heroes fallen
29:59
here the book of honor okay it's about
30:01
intelligence community the book of
30:04
honors written by this guy GUP and this
30:08
guy's a professor at one of the cup back
30:11
east colleges and he you can't really
30:13
look at his background and see him as a
30:15
spook but all he's written his spook
30:17
books and he wrote he's the guy that is
30:20
most responsible for writing about the
30:21
Greenbrier in which is the giant
30:24
facility underneath this resort and I
30:27
think North Carolina or South Carolina
30:29
one of the two and it is the underground
30:33
place where all of the Congress was
30:35
gonna go live if there was a yeah yeah
30:38
so he busted that and they had to shut
30:41
it down I don't know why they didn't
30:43
turn into a tourist attractions beyond
30:45
me but okay they shut it down and costed
30:49
because there's because it had the
30:50
zero-point energy going we they couldn't
30:52
let on about that 150 million dollars in
30:55
wasted work so anyway that's this guy
30:59
and he did a couple of CIA books so he
31:00
goes to see the wait does this book how
31:02
explaining cuz I I didn't think much of
31:05
it by the way and if there's anything
31:06
that seems like it'd be a coated book as
31:08
this thing so he said he went in to
31:12
visit for some interview and he stopped
31:14
stopped at the stars and there's a bunch
31:16
of stars the the the wall of honor the
31:20
wall of honor and he notices there's
31:22
only 12 of those people are 13 some
31:24
small number that are actually listed in
31:26
a little black book that is under the
31:28
wall of honor that I guess some people
31:30
have access to his in a it's locked but
31:33
it's not but there's certain people that
31:34
they would they know who these stars
31:35
this represents this guy that guy this
31:37
guy meanwhile he says something like
31:39
forty nine of them are not identified so
31:42
he decided that he's going
31:44
defy him as his goal in life so this
31:48
book identify is about 15 of them that
31:51
aren't aren't listed on there they're
31:54
not in the CIA refuses to talk about it
31:56
and it's kind of interesting cuz there
31:58
any tells their whole story it's a very
32:01
interesting read if you want to read and
32:04
he's but in there he slips in a lot of
32:05
crazy
32:07
little information about the CIA
32:10
training and he puts a lot of details of
32:13
stuff in there and this is the book that
32:16
she reviews and she is reading and to me
32:19
it's just like a coat to me she's
32:21
sitting there with this book and she's
32:23
reading the book and the discrepant
32:25
thing that people everybody noticed is
32:27
that she's got a hardcover copy of the
32:30
book she's a big kindle user and on the
32:33
book review it specifically says she's
32:36
got a Kindle version cuz the Amazon
32:38
tells you what you've read and not read
32:40
ah no version but apparently says a
32:43
hardcover - which he had at this at this
32:46
shoot at in-and-out which is kind of
32:48
code if you think about it I went out
32:50
I'm in I went out I'm in and out yes
32:54
yeah okay and the first obvious thing I
32:59
noticed yeah it's and so and this
33:01
picture of Hearst crystal-clear she
33:02
poses for the picture so this just say
33:04
this she wants an extraction or she
33:06
wants to get sent back to wherever I
33:09
don't know what she's asking for because
33:10
we don't know we just don't know but
33:12
something's fishy about here's a review
33:14
from August 15th by G Maxwell a
33:19
comforting read after a personal tragedy
33:21
is the headline and I think these
33:23
headlines are all code for one thing or
33:24
another
33:25
August 15 2019 format kindle edition
33:29
right so having the book is is makes
33:34
little sense the hardcover it was unless
33:38
you have to I mean it's possible means
33:40
likely a good friend of might know she'd
33:44
be reading it with a Kindle paperwhite a
33:47
good friend of mine died read I can't
33:50
remember which one she has but she did
33:51
buy in her list on her review she has
33:53
cut a cover for a as she bought a cover
33:55
for a purpose
33:57
how can I just
33:57
your question have you seen her with
34:01
this book in the photo no I just saw her
34:06
sitting there posing with a
34:09
double-double or whatever she was either
34:11
gonna have no we just but we don't know
34:13
that because there's a lot of
34:14
speculation oh look at the book she's
34:16
reading and it's this book and that's
34:17
the one she's reading there but we have
34:19
no evidence of that correct guy who took
34:21
this photo and and got it posted this
34:23
something is very fishy about this whole
34:25
thing I know it's he's like Bigfoot man
34:28
another sighting okay keep going she on
34:31
her amazon review she's listed as living
34:33
in Portland ok onward August 15th Kindle
34:39
edition a good friend of mine died
34:41
recently under very tragic circumstances
34:44
some of us saw it coming for quite a
34:46
while but it was still a huge shock when
34:49
it finally happened I picked up this
34:52
book at the advice of a friend and
34:55
absolutely couldn't put it down I'd read
34:59
it walking the dog getting fast food in
35:02
a nutburger
35:04
or even just lounging around the house
35:07
it helped me it helped this may be a it
35:12
helped me realize that she's got
35:14
realized it's a mistake which may not be
35:16
a mistake it helped me realize that my
35:19
friend really believed in something and
35:21
that giving your life for the CIA NSA
35:25
FBI Mossad or other intelligence agency
35:31
is truly a higher calling and not
35:33
something to mourn a wholehearted
35:37
recommendation yeah was it her just
35:43
somebody coincidental was it a
35:45
coincidence and why's Mossad chucked
35:47
into that list hmm
35:54
hello Alex Jones
35:57
I have Jhansi Dvorak for you I'd like to
35:59
talk to you - Mossad that's pretty good
36:06
I like it
36:07
yeah I don't know why you're reading
36:09
that and I'm not but you poo-pooed it
36:12
right off the bat of course i poopoo
36:14
this m-matt GMAX well as the Amazon user
36:18
let me give me a break if anything
36:22
that's that's Jeff Bezos under his
36:24
command doing that back to 2012 yeah but
36:28
this recent post is is is the 15th of
36:31
August yeah she's been posting all along
36:34
she posts she doesn't go more than six
36:37
months without posting okay and if you
36:40
take one of her older posts are they
36:41
just as whacked some of them are kind of
36:45
screwed but most of them are just little
36:46
coated things as just you can't tell you
36:48
can look at them good you go over michgo
36:50
good looking I live site a link I like
36:52
it and maybe you can see something all I
36:54
know is that I know that there are
36:55
people that can see look at it one of
36:57
these things ago she's using the first
36:59
verb and then that refers to how many
37:01
letters in that verb that's right well
37:04
then I can't nobody in not bro you do
37:07
that now I refer back to 4chan I'm
37:09
expecting results from them they should
37:10
be doing this work well I don't see any
37:13
results from anybody no all right well
37:15
I'll take a look at it it's just neural
37:17
networking you eventually see the
37:18
patterns this isn't from Sir do suffer
37:21
green bar briar is in West Virginia and
37:25
they still sent where it was was it
37:27
restful West West Virginia and they
37:29
still give tours of the underground
37:31
bunker well I don't know I can they say
37:34
they lost all this money wait well
37:35
here's a clue and sir do surfer says I
37:39
performed puppet shows there in 97 I
37:42
think maybe they need to adapt their
37:44
programming they want to make money if
37:46
they using do servers puppet shows yeah
37:52
that's a that's a quite a quite assemble
37:56
Wow so where the government is gonna
37:59
convene to some guy one of our list
38:01
not just delicious and nice you denied
38:05
my friend a night doing Punch and Judy
38:09
shows we are taking over the government
38:14
that's what I'm seeing why you see it
38:17
that way yep yeah we got that
38:19
straightened out so don have you a mayic
38:20
help on where this place is located but
38:23
yeah this this writer is the guy who
38:25
busted those guys so well interesting
38:28
well I will definitely go back and look
38:31
at historical stuff and we'll keep our
38:33
eye on it see something new pops up ah
38:37
but again still is like I think because
38:41
he was at in and out that she's done
38:44
she's out she's already gone you think
38:46
she's I think you should have been
38:48
pulled away she's I think she's Jesus
38:51
one day we'll never see her but we will
38:53
keep seeing so well I keep having
38:54
sightings of her like Bigfoot I'm
38:57
telling you Bigfoot Elvis she's like
39:00
right you might be a missionary she
39:02
moved to Israel and just stay there
39:03
working a government Bureau you know a
39:06
bureaucracy job hey who knows she didn't
39:08
sneak into Israel you know the day after
39:10
Epstein died there was a 10-hour baggage
39:13
outage at the airport everyone where
39:15
everything was a disaster ben-gurion
39:18
airport perfect time to sneak in yeah
39:22
and that actually that would be a
39:24
perfect time to sneak in meanwhile this
39:27
staged event at the in-n-out burger was
39:29
already a done deal days earlier they
39:32
must have had that on file yeah of
39:33
course he ready to rock with that and so
39:35
she's back she said you got your safe
39:37
you're here okay let's run with the
39:39
other thing and then they run the story
39:41
it goes in the New York Post but wait it
39:43
was Daily Mail first wasn't that it
39:44
didn't come from the UK first maybe it
39:47
was some some one of these news
39:49
organizations to play ball now this is
39:52
Vicky ward she's she's the pass-through
39:54
you watch Vicky Ward's passing it on to
39:57
her contacts in the press yeah there's a
40:01
twist for you well anyway there's
40:06
something up good report
40:09
meanwhile back home we had the the big
40:15
freakout and boycott of equinox and
40:18
solstice
40:20
what a soul cycle and Equinox the
40:23
boycott we had the boycott remember the
40:26
the CEO of the the company that owns the
40:29
gym and the spin class oh this spin gym
40:33
veggie boycott the spin gym guy hold on
40:37
that by the way is a whole new cat
40:40
that's an exit strategy I'm gonna write
40:42
that down spin Jim so you go there and
40:46
you can spin and Jim it's it's a combo
40:50
it's the spin Jim yeah you're pumping
40:52
away and you're pulling down weights at
40:55
the same time yeah perfect spin Jim okay
40:58
I'm writing that down as an exit
40:59
strategy so you know of course I'm a
41:01
spinner so I by the way it's a good
41:04
business there's real money in the spin
41:06
spin business but you got to keep your
41:08
nose clean you can't have your founders
41:10
donating to Trump because people start
41:12
the boycott romp yeah and I don't know
41:14
how how effective the boycott was but
41:17
what and you know every spin studio as
41:21
its known they do what they call a
41:24
charity rides or community rides and so
41:27
a portion of your of your fee will go to
41:30
the local charity it's a very community
41:32
oriented thing it's great for social
41:34
justice warriors now it's it's hey
41:35
there's still money coming out of these
41:38
places going to charitable organizations
41:40
and you can't can't fault that even
41:42
though it's all virtue signaling etc so
41:47
what they're doing is they're giving
41:48
every every instructor at every Equinox
41:51
I met every SoulCycle a monthly
41:57
community ride which will be free to the
42:01
people in the class but the equivalent
42:03
of a full class in money will be given
42:05
to a charity of the instructors choice
42:07
so I think it's a pretty good loop
42:10
around a pretty good way to to make
42:12
people continue to feel good about
42:13
themselves even though they hate the
42:15
fact that the guy gave to Tromp and I
42:16
think crisis is averted so well done
42:18
everyone's moving on but
42:20
there were other organizations who are
42:22
extremely worried about what they saw
42:25
here like holy crap we cannot have this
42:29
shit going down 95% of our boys in this
42:34
Network donate to Trump it's all public
42:37
what are we gonna do the NFL preseason
42:40
is in full swing but a move that the
42:42
league made away from the field is
42:44
grabbing headlines the NFL reached an
42:46
agreement with rapper jay-z's
42:47
Entertainment Company rock nation to
42:50
advise the league on entertainment
42:51
offerings like the Super Bowl halftime
42:52
show the deal also puts the company in
42:55
charge of amplifying the league's social
42:56
justice program called inspire change
42:59
the league has been criticized for its
43:01
approach to social justice because of
43:03
its relationship with Colin Kaepernick
43:05
Wednesday mark three years since the
43:07
former quarterback first started
43:09
kneeling during the national anthem to
43:11
protest police brutality and racial
43:13
injustice inspired change is designed to
43:16
help combat the issues Kaepernick
43:18
addressed but some players aren't happy
43:20
that Kaepernick is not involved with the
43:22
program safety Eric Reid who also
43:24
protested with Kaepernick tweeted the
43:27
NFL is champion social justice to cover
43:29
their own systemic oppression in
43:31
blackballing Colin he also criticized
43:33
jay-z saying the rapper quote knowingly
43:35
made a money move with the very people
43:37
who've committed an injustice against
43:40
Colin and is using social injustice to
43:42
smooth it over with the black community
43:44
so jay-z the most disingenuous human
43:48
being on earth goes over there like yeah
43:51
man that was great you guys get the
43:54
black community and he's gonna advise on
43:57
the halftime show and let's make sure
43:59
that whoever's there doesn't have to
44:01
partner up with some or white lady who's
44:05
complaining about maroon 5
44:07
you know why'd this guy have to go on
44:08
with the Big M from maroon 5 the white
44:10
guys yeah it's okay fine and then he
44:13
cuts out Colin Kaepernick doesn't bring
44:15
him into the deal at all because this is
44:18
what it is
44:18
Kaepernick was problem you now he's
44:20
permanently been replaced and just like
44:23
with the Nets where jay-z you know had
44:28
like 0.02 percent of the team but runs
44:31
around courtside like he owns the whole
44:33
thing you know that's cover for for a
44:37
fine investment which gentrify the whole
44:40
neighborhood it's unbelievable and these
44:44
guys think it's about Kaepernick that
44:46
they're covering that up that did you
44:48
hear Trump mentioned in that even though
44:50
Trump's been the big problem with the
44:51
NFL knew nothing at all
44:55
smokescreen yeah good one though but you
44:59
got to be careful of this jay-z man
45:02
devil worshiper I think that doesn't I
45:09
don't think he cares too much about
45:10
black people we just care about his
45:13
bought his bottom line yeah no shit no
45:17
shit anyway
45:19
I'll play this as a congratulations and
45:22
you not only called it but you nailed it
45:25
after I glibly said oh you're wrong
45:29
about Stacey Abrams she's coming back
45:31
you nailed it with the with the Biden
45:33
head exploding VP strategy yes I did I
45:38
nailed it do you want to be vice
45:41
president
45:41
well fair fight 2020 is essential for
45:45
every single thing that we want to
45:46
accomplish in 2020 it's about making
45:49
sure that we have a level playing field
45:52
and that we are not fighting voter
45:54
suppression one single-handedly but what
45:57
I do want to say is that my focus is on
45:59
making sure that we use the primary to
46:00
build for the general if however a
46:02
nominee decides that they would like to
46:05
include me on the ticket I would
46:06
certainly be open to that but my focus
46:08
and my mission is to make certain that
46:09
no matter who our nominees are that we
46:12
have in place the kind of robust
46:14
response but also anticipatory offense
46:17
to make sure that the right to vote is
46:20
sacrosanct in every one of those
46:21
battleground states yeah I know that is
46:23
extra obviously that's extremely
46:24
valuable and I know that that's where
46:26
you're putting a lot of your time and
46:27
energy but back to the vice presidency
46:29
for a second have candidates asked you
46:32
I've not been asked to run for vice
46:35
president because everyone who's running
46:37
for president right now is focused on
46:38
getting that nomination and I think we
46:40
all know it's deeply presumptuous to
46:41
assume that anything happening after or
46:44
after the primaries is
46:46
but what I do know is that voter
46:48
suppression is real that we saw just
46:50
this year in Texas and Tennessee in
46:52
Arizona and in Florida steps taken by
46:55
Republicans to further constrict the
46:56
vote and if you go to fair fight 2020
46:59
org you can find out more about our
47:00
initiative and I know we want to talk
47:02
about what happens next but we have to
47:05
focus on what's happening now and right
47:07
now the Republican National Committee
47:08
has a new carte blanche to engage in
47:11
behavior that has been forbidden since
47:13
1981 we know that states across the
47:16
country are further putting in place
47:17
obstacles to the blah blah so just to
47:21
recap the former New York banker told me
47:24
months ago keep your eye on Stacey
47:26
Abrams that's the big push isn't gonna
47:28
be on her and of course didn't exactly
47:32
work out the way we've thought but now
47:34
with the possibility of Joe Biden still
47:37
being the candidate being pushed by by
47:41
the by the money by the networks which
47:43
is all that really counts
47:45
knowing that Joe's head could blow off
47:47
at any time and this is not just a joke
47:49
he said was it - he's had two full brain
47:52
surgeries
47:53
oh yeah - right - full brain surgeries
47:55
it took the top of his head right off
47:56
he's the first to tell you about it you
48:00
know it would be pretty good to have a
48:02
successor who everybody wants and this
48:05
is a Soros sister she had her
48:08
gubernatorial run was partially funded
48:11
by Soros and she is the perfect
48:14
embodiment of the Democratic strategy to
48:17
drive a wedge between black men and
48:19
black women and have black women say
48:20
this is the way we're going to go get in
48:22
line he's perfect for it I just hope
48:26
they can use a member of the Council on
48:28
Foreign Relations how does that happen
48:30
right and you know and no one ever asks
48:33
any questions about what exactly was the
48:35
voter suppression with your fair fight
48:36
2020 org it was fair fight org but I
48:40
guess you needed to rebrand just the URL
48:42
fair fight 2020 org this goes back to
48:44
the 2018 election where she had people
48:47
on the street with a different nonprofit
48:51
registering people to vote not writing
48:54
down the names accurately a large number
48:57
of those
48:58
her team collected which were not
49:00
written down correctly were then
49:03
declared not eligible that's her big
49:05
voter fraud that's her big claim over
49:09
what happened in Georgia her own people
49:12
of course they think they did it right
49:15
but then the the was it the the of
49:19
course this makes a problematic the
49:21
governor the current governor at the
49:22
time had them reviewed and said well
49:24
these don't match so when they don't
49:26
match they get tossed out and she says
49:28
that's why she lost and it was voter
49:29
suppression specifically of black
49:31
Americans and but no one ever really
49:34
talks about what exactly happened cuz
49:36
when you know all the details too little
49:38
you know and in this 2020 org you can
49:41
donate oh by the way it's not a 501c3
49:46
it's not a non-profit it is the donate
49:49
page is run by act blue so it's going
49:53
straight into the Democratic National
49:55
Committee coffers yeah it's not or I
49:59
mean it's being routed through them let
50:01
me put it that way now not dissimilar to
50:02
what Trump has with Wynn red but you
50:05
know the it's it's about being a member
50:08
of the Machine as you say part of the
50:10
CFR I'm not very I'm very trustworthy
50:13
but I think you know I think she's
50:19
sketchy and okay if she did that tickets
50:23
not gonna win buying Abraham's is not
50:26
gonna win as a ticket it's not a winning
50:27
ticket it is a ticket that I can foresee
50:30
it makes nothing but sense if I'm a
50:32
Democrat and they're trying to and I'm
50:33
resigned to the fact that Joe Biden is
50:36
the one that's next in line and we have
50:38
to give him the dude the baton because
50:43
we didn't give it to him and instead we
50:45
gave it to Hillary we probably should
50:46
have given it to him then let Hillary
50:47
wait yeah but you know it's the same
50:50
thing with when McCain ran it was a
50:52
similar kind of a deal that goes to the
50:54
Zephyr by the way how many cars looks
50:57
like 10 I might encounter I missed it
51:02
it's gone by too slow so so they have to
51:07
use one of these things McCain you all
51:09
McCain has to be the nominee and then
51:11
Rahm
51:11
you know wasn't really there wasn't
51:12
really anybody to run cuz an offseason
51:14
that's like who cares anyway but I still
51:19
Biden's the guy I mean unless why seems
51:22
we've talked about me mean I've talked
51:24
about this and I kind of been in
51:27
agreement with this idea yeah
51:28
Biden is trying to get himself out of
51:30
this deal god I don't want to die in the
51:34
Oval Office he does he wants to get out
51:37
of it he doesn't want to run for
51:38
president it's just he's insincere he
51:41
doesn't have the he hasn't been juiced
51:43
up he they haven't drugged him up so he
51:45
can get up there with some fire
51:47
the term is he got jacked up yeah he's
51:50
uh he's gaffe and left and right and
51:53
they didn't now it's just accepted that
51:54
well you know we tried to keep him off
51:56
the air as much as we can because he
51:57
can't seem to go five minutes without
51:58
saying something that's stupid and
52:01
unlike Jame Trump does the same thing
52:03
but he doesn't a different such a
52:04
different way you know you know it's
52:06
really just to interrupt you on that
52:08
very interesting you saw the I know if
52:10
you saw the New Hampshire the New
52:13
Hampshire rally where he yes I have a
52:16
couple of clips from it well the the guy
52:20
that got kicked out here hold on a
52:25
second let me just play this for a sec
52:28
that guy's got a serious weight problem
52:31
go home start exercising
52:35
get them out of here please
52:37
[Applause]
52:42
got a bigger problem than I do got a
52:45
bigger problem than all of us now he
52:48
goes home and his mob says what the hell
52:51
have you just done
52:56
we are continuing our incredible
52:58
movement the greatest political movement
53:01
in the history of our country there's
53:04
never been a movement like this never
53:06
our movement is built on love but here's
53:14
what's interesting
53:15
producer Sean sense in a notes and you
53:17
know he says I was at the Trump rally in
53:19
Manchester Trump made a mistake by
53:21
shaming the wrong person three people in
53:24
the uppermost balcony behind Trump held
53:26
up a white sheet with the words Jews
53:28
against the occupation a fat guy ran up
53:31
grabbed the sheet and then threw it down
53:33
from the balcony the fat guy ran back up
53:35
to the protestor started dancing around
53:37
security walked up and removed the
53:39
protesters by this time Trump realized
53:41
exactly where the commotion was and he
53:43
looked up behind him the fat guy was
53:45
still dancing and Trump just assumed it
53:46
was him doing the protesting and
53:48
proceeded to shame him I was down in
53:50
front of the podium and the folks
53:51
murmured oh no it wasn't him the fat guy
53:54
did not even appear to be bothered by
53:55
Trump's mistake and many people went up
53:57
and shook the fat man's hand yeah there
54:01
was a report later they would the fat
54:02
guy saying I'm fine good with it I'm a
54:05
huge fan I'm not sure but he was not I
54:17
think I could be wrong but I think I
54:20
also read a report that Trump actually
54:22
called him I'm sure he did phone I'm
54:25
sure he did college I yeah I'm sorry man
54:27
I'm a fat guy I'm sorry dude I got you a
54:30
fat brother yeah exactly
54:33
no there's someone who's not triggered
54:35
by his by his own visible issue and we
54:39
all got something going on don't we know
54:44
oh I just want to say we got excoriated
54:47
for making fun of dead dogs oh god let's
54:51
stay at the Trump rallies I guess a good
54:53
two flips
54:54
okay making fun of dead dogs yeah we'll
55:01
get back to that let me make a note so
55:03
here's I find I got two clips from it I
55:05
could have gotten a hundred but you know
55:07
he's by the way I don't think this was
55:09
one of his bed
55:09
no he's it was very disorganized he
55:14
repeated himself a number of times on
55:16
the same talking points he didn't have
55:18
the right thing you have a lot of fire I
55:20
don't think it was one of his good big
55:22
speeches mmm
55:24
but he made a few points in new points
55:27
at least one point seven don't remember
55:29
and I thought I'd play a couple of them
55:32
that I caught that this is one of them
55:33
this is the random talking point
55:37
question where did you watch what were
55:40
you watching son on YouTube or were you
55:42
watching the stream because it wasn't I
55:43
think most networks didn't really carry
55:45
it Fox interrupts it I got it on YouTube
55:48
okay hard to believe it Democrats are
55:52
now the party of high taxes high crime
55:55
open borders late term abortion and
55:58
socialism
56:02
the Republican Party is the party of
56:06
freedom now I got the biggest laugh out
56:10
of this this is a classic where you just
56:12
do a laundry list of things that the
56:16
other side is representing and then when
56:18
we will throw in some stupid cliche yeah
56:23
and we are freedom which you know and if
56:26
if the Democrats did it that payoff
56:29
would be and we are justice probably for
56:34
equality yeah that's the justice
56:36
inequality group okay now here's one to
56:39
put that's actually more of a funny
56:40
point that this is an actual point that
56:42
he makes that I thought was very
56:44
interesting because he could this is one
56:47
of his goes out he loves going after
56:48
Obama you ever since it's so apparent at
56:51
least to me that ever since that
56:54
Correspondents Dinner that Oh Trump
56:57
attended in the waning years of the
56:59
Obama administration I think the last
57:01
year of it where bomb adjust insults the
57:04
shit out of Trump and and quite honestly
57:07
it was because Trump was trying to yeah
57:10
yeah unmask him as an illegal resident
57:15
of the White House with his with his
57:17
birtherism
57:18
the snipe was not unexpected no but it
57:24
seemed to really bug Trump so he's his
57:26
whole job is to do what he can be like
57:30
humiliate you by now that he's got the
57:33
podium it's like no it's WWE and then
57:39
while this is all taking place we have
57:40
skerin or what's-his-face
57:42
yes scare Moochie popping up that's like
57:44
the guy who you know like the old one
57:47
happened the Russian duo who comes into
57:49
the ring and like you suck and he gets
57:51
popped out I mean it's WWE it's show
57:54
time it's actually even corny er than
57:56
that but let's play this is a very
57:59
interesting clip and I never thought
58:00
about it much because we know for a fact
58:02
that already
58:04
Trump has put in more federal judges
58:07
than any present in his first two years
58:08
he had put more judges into the on the
58:11
federal bench a--'s than any president
58:14
in history and I didn't really under
58:16
how he's doing it but here here's an
58:18
explanation so importantly we have
58:21
confirmed more than 140 federal judges
58:25
within 90 days it will be 179 federal
58:32
judges thank you very much President
58:35
Obama thank you very much I don't know
58:37
what happened to them but I came to
58:39
office that I had a hundred and thirty
58:41
eight judges that were not appointed by
58:44
President Obama so I say thank you mr.
58:46
president very good and they'll say he
58:48
was a great president though the fake
58:51
news he was a great president he was a
58:53
great president how come he left me a
58:56
hundred and thirty-eight judges to a
58:58
point when everybody says that's the
59:00
single most important thing a president
59:03
of the United States has to do great
59:08
president he was great
59:10
he was a great president
59:12
and these judges will apply the laws
59:15
written including reappointed to great
59:19
Supreme Court justices Neil Gorsuch and
59:22
Brett Kavanaugh now wait a minute there
59:25
were a hundred and thirty seven open
59:27
spots that's what he says that's how he
59:32
got that number so high Wow so these
59:35
weren't replacements there was just no
59:36
one in this in the slot at all right
59:41
this story I didn't know and it makes
59:44
sense because his numbers I always for
59:46
fascinated by how did you get to all
59:47
these judges appointed I mean it's not
59:50
that's all he's doing is just pointing
59:52
judges and how did he manage to do so
59:54
many and apparently that's the reason
59:57
cuz Obama dropped the ball this is the
59:59
opportunity and people I think he's got
1:00:01
a point if this is true because Obama
1:00:04
could have been putting good liberal
1:00:05
judges in to you know push their agenda
1:00:08
and no no get a bunch of right-wingers
1:00:14
or quasi right-wingers in there pushing
1:00:16
their agenda so that was a mistake yeah
1:00:19
a big one
1:00:22
interesting Obama according to the hill
1:00:25
Obama is trying to all allergies has hit
1:00:30
all of a sudden Obama is trying to take
1:00:32
some kind of active role in Joe's
1:00:34
campaign former President Obama has
1:00:36
summoned top aides on former Vice
1:00:38
President Joe Biden's presidential
1:00:39
campaign to Washington for a personal
1:00:42
briefing as Obama appears to be taking
1:00:44
an active interest in fight his campaign
1:00:46
for the Democratic nomination the New
1:00:47
York Times reported Friday that the two
1:00:49
met last month for lunch and that Obama
1:00:51
summoned top members of Biden's campaign
1:00:53
to his Washington DC home earlier this
1:00:55
year for a briefing on Biden's
1:00:57
communications and digital media
1:00:58
strategies ahead of the former vice
1:01:00
president's campaign launch the former
1:01:02
president has reportedly urged by this
1:01:04
campaign to include younger advisors and
1:01:06
The Times reported that the former
1:01:08
president is frustrated with some of by
1:01:10
his closest advisors who he perceives as
1:01:12
out of
1:01:13
with the younger activists base of the
1:01:14
Democratic Party I think that the hill
1:01:16
they actually recorded on an iPhone
1:01:18
while the driving to work these
1:01:20
voiceovers I don't know what they're
1:01:22
doing over there so the worst the Obama
1:01:24
crystal ball works now uh yeah I think
1:01:29
that is yes no is it the is it the hill
1:01:33
I don't know I don't care about these
1:01:35
people what I care about this is we're
1:01:38
gonna have a very short certainly second
1:01:40
donation segment which donations are
1:01:43
terrible yeah I have a pre donation clip
1:01:46
I need to play remind me but run
1:01:49
donations okay I remind you what I'd
1:01:55
like to talk about and you are uniquely
1:01:57
qualified to give us a little deeper
1:01:59
look into this is this transcript that
1:02:03
slate put out of the New York Times kind
1:02:07
of internal Town Hall which I from what
1:02:10
I understand was recorded and then the
1:02:12
tenth and the recording got out and then
1:02:14
slate decided to transcribe it of course
1:02:16
I think I even sent it to you as stupid
1:02:18
I'm sure you already knew it from your
1:02:20
your Lib Joe friends but this was the
1:02:24
way I see it quite a condemnation of how
1:02:28
the the newspaper of record really
1:02:32
anticipates the news moving forward and
1:02:36
I'll just summarize they'd like to hear
1:02:37
your entire take on it where apparently
1:02:40
they had set up the newsroom to be ready
1:02:42
to pounce on you know on bar I mean on
1:02:44
on the Mueller report then this would be
1:02:47
it for Trump and they've every day
1:02:49
organized around that and it all came to
1:02:51
a head and and blew up with a headline
1:02:54
that the print hub couldn't do right
1:02:56
because there was enough space and why
1:02:58
didn't we just call Trump a racist and
1:03:00
why can't we call him a rate you're
1:03:01
literally seeing the transition from
1:03:04
Russian agent to he's a racist and now
1:03:08
that's going to be the big story
1:03:10
according to the executive editor of the
1:03:13
New York Times in advance of of anything
1:03:17
and so it shows that they're not really
1:03:20
a news organization or that what does it
1:03:23
show what are we what are we reading
1:03:25
here
1:03:26
well shows the the inmates have taken
1:03:30
over the asylum for one thing much of
1:03:33
this that's going on at the Times is the
1:03:35
is the staff the the writers the
1:03:39
reporters they're all Trump haters right
1:03:42
and banned by it just to back up a
1:03:45
couple of steps here first of all it was
1:03:47
very strange that the slate did this in
1:03:50
the first place because this is a kind
1:03:52
of an internecine kind of uh
1:03:55
silent the silent law would have cops
1:03:59
have where they don't talk about stuff
1:04:00
it's fight Clinton the you don't talk
1:04:03
about Fight Club this is the Washington
1:04:06
Post own slate then Washington Post the
1:04:08
one that's responsible for running the
1:04:11
story so you mean they're doing it
1:04:14
against their competitor to slick move
1:04:16
be zoast and I think that this is not
1:04:20
gonna sit well because this reminds me
1:04:23
of the vacation we see this in the big
1:04:24
Network the broadcasting networks or one
1:04:26
of them will go maybe do it a story
1:04:29
about working conditions at Disney at
1:04:31
the right Park yeah you don't do that
1:04:33
thing you know there's just scandal a GE
1:04:35
I mean I remember when ABC and yeah when
1:04:39
NBC was owned by GE there'd be all of a
1:04:41
sudden to be us GE scandal that it was
1:04:44
being played up on one of the network's
1:04:46
that cuz they had played something so
1:04:47
they do this this is the problem with
1:04:49
big giant corporate news well can I just
1:04:51
say them doing that is obviously based
1:04:55
on racist ideas they are racists because
1:04:59
Carlos Slim and Mexican owns the New
1:05:01
York Times so they're racist that's a
1:05:05
good point
1:05:06
racist for pub for publishing this this
1:05:08
is a very racist act of the Washington
1:05:10
Post now the point in the article though
1:05:14
is that the staff is the one that's
1:05:19
pushing fraud they're complaining and
1:05:21
they made the headline change we put day
1:05:23
I showed the headline change people can
1:05:25
look at it in the last newsletter
1:05:26
there's a there was a good picture of
1:05:28
the old headline in the new headline in
1:05:30
the old headline was Trump urges unity
1:05:33
versus racism and that got everybody
1:05:35
bent out of shape because Trump's a
1:05:37
racist
1:05:38
in order to should have just said he's a
1:05:39
racist that should have been the
1:05:41
headline it would have fit perfectly
1:05:42
yeah Trump is a racist that should have
1:05:45
been there so this is the so they had
1:05:47
this big town hall and somebody
1:05:50
obviously is a not on board and recorded
1:05:56
it or took a recording I don't know how
1:05:58
they got the recording I have no idea
1:05:59
but it's doable you can do it if you're
1:06:01
standing next to the speaker you can
1:06:03
have a gum in your pocket or even your
1:06:05
cell phone with you if it has good like
1:06:07
an to record it's a very good device
1:06:09
I've done that and they will break it up
1:06:12
quite nicely and then you can just put
1:06:15
it out there and let somebody transcribe
1:06:16
it so what so the guys probably there's
1:06:20
probably I hate to say it I know it's
1:06:22
pretty sketchy and people might condemn
1:06:24
me for it but it's possible that there's
1:06:26
a Republican somewhere we've got to root
1:06:32
out the Republican out of there
1:06:36
shave his head so this is the executive
1:06:40
editor and apparently everybody else but
1:06:42
a lot of other people Shullsburg
1:06:43
everybody came out and spoke and it's
1:06:46
they're trying to calm down the staff
1:06:48
because the staff is all kind of jittery
1:06:50
and amygdala swollen and they're trying
1:06:53
to oh my god you know he didn't you just
1:06:55
molar thing didn't work out it backfired
1:06:57
and now what are we gonna do and so
1:06:59
they've been pushing this this talking
1:07:02
point about the braces Trump and I don't
1:07:04
know where what they expect from it but
1:07:06
Bernie is making him I think Bernie is
1:07:09
the example making the best mockery he's
1:07:11
making a mockery doesn't know he's doing
1:07:13
this but I have two examples of him okay
1:07:15
and I will go to those so they don't
1:07:17
have any clips from the from the meeting
1:07:20
no this is Bernie in this is Bernie on
1:07:23
Trump it says true mo Bernie on Trump in
1:07:26
Iowa but we cannot maintain a presidency
1:07:30
where the president is a racist where he
1:07:34
is a sexist
1:07:35
where he has a homophobe where he is a
1:07:39
set of Pope where he is a religious
1:07:42
bigot he didn't say anti-semite the
1:07:46
religious bigot I like it religious
1:07:48
bigot so here he is like a couple of
1:07:50
days later on the re some whatever this
1:07:52
guy this re character on MSNBC here is
1:07:56
they re asked him about something and
1:07:59
his triggers Bernie to go into his spiel
1:08:01
here is again well I wish I could tell
1:08:03
you ally that I am shocked I am NOT we
1:08:07
have a president who tragically is a
1:08:09
racist is a xenophobe and who is a
1:08:13
religious bigot a hold on a sec so is he
1:08:17
leading the times or as the times
1:08:19
following Bernie is that what we're
1:08:20
concluding here I don't know but I know
1:08:23
that the most of the people that are
1:08:25
involved with is the there's I think the
1:08:30
times is following Bernie to be honest
1:08:33
about and Bernie by the way cut his
1:08:34
thing down to three points from five yes
1:08:37
yes first what was racist and then it
1:08:42
was sexist homophobe xenophobe and he's
1:08:48
a bigot religious now it's just now it's
1:08:52
just he's a racist he says I think it's
1:08:54
racist Center folk bigoted but religious
1:08:57
bigot right which is ludicrous but okay
1:09:00
I think that I think Bernie I think
1:09:06
Bernie's an individual actor the New
1:09:08
York Times the end of Washington Post
1:09:09
have both and and Bernie called out the
1:09:12
Washington Post for this they've both
1:09:14
decided to kill Bernie
1:09:17
kill stories about him make him looks
1:09:19
like an idiot they put somebody there's
1:09:20
a long expose and I can't I think
1:09:22
there's a Columbia review of journalism
1:09:23
someplace they isolated this writer who
1:09:26
writes with the Bernie he's got she's
1:09:27
got the Bernie beat mm-hmm and the times
1:09:31
yeah and all she does is excoriate him
1:09:35
um that's all she does she just goes
1:09:38
after him just as she's a dogged Barney
1:09:42
hater and also The Times is just all
1:09:44
let's just review it it's it's just a
1:09:47
replay of the 2016 election
1:09:49
the media did not show his huge rallies
1:09:51
did not give him any attention and just
1:09:54
basically squeak and he's not a Democrat
1:09:58
no one like him if fall back on that
1:10:01
apparently Washington Post is doing the
1:10:03
same thing yeah now overlooked in all
1:10:05
this and the bitching and moaning going
1:10:06
on is the follow is the main factor
1:10:08
would you we can't keep over we can't
1:10:10
overlook it is one of our themes of our
1:10:12
show bernie is for campaign bit and
1:10:16
bernie by the way i'll going to harken
1:10:18
back to my meeting with the bernie guys
1:10:20
at the at the rally I went to in El
1:10:22
Cerrito
1:10:23
to get him to release the full report
1:10:26
from Muller and this guy's Bernick guy
1:10:28
and I got into an argument I said well
1:10:30
he said you weren't surprised that you
1:10:31
know Bernie had his chance last time he
1:10:33
couldn't get past it any and then he
1:10:35
made the huge mistake of supporting
1:10:38
Clinton and no Bernie supported like
1:10:40
that and many of a voted for Trump
1:10:41
because of it I told it to this guy the
1:10:43
guy looks like Bernie by the way this
1:10:45
guy I'm talking to host Emilio and he
1:10:47
said yeah it is totally and so he says
1:10:50
well yeah we know that's a real problem
1:10:54
and we've gotten back there be I said
1:10:55
and they said in Bernie's promising all
1:10:57
this and that now everybody's promising
1:10:59
it so he's not that he's not that's not
1:11:00
usually technique no and so he says to
1:11:04
me though he says this to me and I think
1:11:06
this is the key he says well you know
1:11:09
one thing what Bernie says he's gonna do
1:11:12
he'll do it they won't and I had to
1:11:15
agree with him on that one point and
1:11:16
that's the point that the media cannot
1:11:19
let Bernie get this nomination cuz he is
1:11:21
for campaign finance reform which means
1:11:24
they get less money it's a simple
1:11:27
equation people as long as he's one of
1:11:32
these guys promoting campaign finance
1:11:34
reform and you know that he will
1:11:36
implement it unlike the big talkers like
1:11:39
Warren and the rest of them that talk a
1:11:41
big game and never do anything Bernie
1:11:43
will probably do it and they'll be
1:11:45
screwed we can't have Bernie put in it
1:11:48
put attack dog on him at the New York
1:11:50
Times put an attack dog reporter on him
1:11:53
at the Washington Post let him bitch
1:11:54
about it so what and we're just not
1:11:56
gonna let him get any traction and he
1:11:58
still gets traction but I still can't
1:12:00
get past Biden so this is all about the
1:12:02
money
1:12:03
and whores I'm concerned as much as I'm
1:12:05
sure Bernie's a nice guy I mean he's he
1:12:08
seems like he's reasonable in many many
1:12:11
ways but the fear of you know Trump is
1:12:15
not gonna do anything capitalism will
1:12:18
trounce whatever bernie is trying to
1:12:20
sell and that's there's your proof
1:12:22
this this capitalist system we have is
1:12:24
not gonna let that happen anything that
1:12:26
it's not it's not now that you put a
1:12:29
double attack dogs on that's the way it
1:12:31
is part of the system yeah it's how it
1:12:33
goes now what is your bonus a special
1:12:35
clip that we have to Dupre donation
1:12:36
segment yeah I want to play this this is
1:12:39
uh somebody sent me to say they didn't
1:12:42
give me the specific show but they sent
1:12:43
me to the fourth season season like
1:12:47
we're on our 10th season season of our
1:12:50
show no I'm just saying the Malcolm
1:12:54
Gladwell revisionist history podcast oh
1:12:57
wait the fourth season it's on the
1:13:00
fourth season hmm okay I didn't figure
1:13:02
out what he's talking about when he
1:13:04
wanted me to listen to you but I did
1:13:05
play the beginning and I guess there's
1:13:07
more inside the podcast I played to be
1:13:10
and this is the reason that I can't
1:13:12
emphasize enough for people to consider
1:13:14
their donation schedules on the for this
1:13:17
show because I want to play something
1:13:20
because you could make a heck of a lot
1:13:22
more money doing what Malcolm Gladwell
1:13:24
is about to do as you're gonna hear I
1:13:27
don't know if it's helping the public
1:13:30
it's kind of a sellout thing to do I
1:13:31
wouldn't do it I don't like the idea of
1:13:33
doing it that's why we do our donations
1:13:35
the way we do them because you might end
1:13:37
up with something like this is the
1:13:39
beginning of the Malcolm Gladwell
1:13:42
podcast and he starts it with an ad and
1:13:45
here's how the ad goes this history is
1:13:47
brought to you by AT&T business and I'm
1:13:51
having a conversation with the president
1:13:53
chief marketing officer of AT&T business
1:13:56
Moke Adam we're talking about the coming
1:13:59
5g revolution we started the
1:14:02
conversation last episode and now we're
1:14:04
going to explore a little deeper when we
1:14:06
start connecting everything at lightning
1:14:08
speeds what are the possibilities
1:14:11
real-time translation via your device as
1:14:15
I'm walking down the street exactly so
1:14:17
the beginnings of that exists yeah today
1:14:20
however when you think about each one of
1:14:22
those commands has to go back to some
1:14:24
central cloud that might be hundreds or
1:14:26
thousands of miles away from you versus
1:14:28
in a 5 g world
1:14:30
it's literally within dozens of miles so
1:14:32
it's essentially doing it in real-time
1:14:34
translating on your behalf yeah yeah
1:14:37
flawless communication well what's the
1:14:40
point in taking languages anymore in
1:14:42
school you should this should have come
1:14:44
along thirty years ago and save me high
1:14:46
school French what's wrong with that
1:14:56
I had to John well of course she's never
1:15:00
gonna question any of the bullcrap that
1:15:02
this guy just delivered that apparently
1:15:04
wherever you are in the world there is a
1:15:06
massive server within six miles of you
1:15:10
that is taking care of all your 5g needs
1:15:14
I don't know how you can do that how
1:15:16
that's even possible but that's what the
1:15:17
guy just said G radiating you as you're
1:15:24
walking down the street probably burning
1:15:25
out your eyeball melting in your eyes
1:15:27
but you can still see your thing and you
1:15:29
can do some translation on this fly
1:15:30
because there's a server right there
1:15:31
somehow right next to you almost this is
1:15:37
the kind of crap
1:15:38
now this AT&T is not a small operation
1:15:40
to put out little pennies to do this
1:15:43
sort of thing that's caused at least one
1:15:44
it could be more disgust at least twenty
1:15:47
five thousand dollars so he for this
1:15:49
episode the minimum minimum he picked up
1:15:52
for this podcast is twenty five grand
1:15:54
for one show minimum could be more it
1:15:57
could be a half a million for all I know
1:15:58
but the 18th he's not gonna write a
1:16:02
check for less than something like
1:16:03
25,000 it's just not what's the point
1:16:05
they don't doesn't that's how they do
1:16:07
advertised advertising anyway I just
1:16:10
find it abhorrent and I find it was
1:16:12
disgusting the way he just panders to
1:16:14
this guy and then he plays along with
1:16:15
the game way and all I don't have to
1:16:17
take
1:16:17
go along when I was in school and take
1:16:19
French it's unbelievable it's the
1:16:21
inherent or was it implied we keep keep
1:16:25
forgetting term the correct massive
1:16:27
corruption thank you
1:16:29
the passive corruption this wasn't even
1:16:30
passive there was active corruption is
1:16:33
active corruptible unbelief I'm gonna go
1:16:35
back and pick up some more of these five
1:16:37
G story that's good I love that a lot
1:16:39
that you can move anything you can
1:16:41
believe anything the guy says I mean you
1:16:43
know I trust him now it's like his
1:16:47
assertion is beyond belief that's not
1:16:50
even possible what he says and that goes
1:16:54
lapping it up little look like with the
1:16:57
dog drinking water it's unbelievable and
1:16:59
with that I'd like to thank you for your
1:17:00
courage and say in the morning to you
1:17:02
the man who put the C and Counting set
1:17:04
for cars John C Dvorak when the mining
1:17:09
you mr. Adam Korean ammonia ships to see
1:17:11
feet in the air stops in the water and
1:17:14
all the Dames tonight's out there and in
1:17:16
the morning to our trawl room hanging
1:17:19
out there at no agenda stream calm where
1:17:23
there's always a fantastic show to be
1:17:26
listened to and a show notes refuse to
1:17:28
connect that's interesting oops
1:17:30
I don't like that
1:17:34
shoot we have servers down server down
1:17:39
yeah AT&T cut us off yes something like
1:17:42
that anyway thank you very much at roll
1:17:45
room for being there to troll along how
1:17:47
many trolls do we have hanging out right
1:17:49
now let me see
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they got 1252 trolls there's no more
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trolls in nor Norway or Denmark they're
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for all kinds of great programming
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including the no agenda show we do it
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twice a week on Thursdays that is no
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agenda stream dot-com and I would like
1:18:10
to say in the morning to irritable who
1:18:13
brought us the artwork for episode 11 64
1:18:16
the title of that was jacked up Joe and
1:18:18
this was the akhom brand razor it was
1:18:21
simple it was beautiful it made sense in
1:18:24
the context of the Epstein story and it
1:18:27
actually even though we had some
1:18:28
discussion over the
1:18:30
of the print on the on the razorblade
1:18:34
it turned out pretty well and people
1:18:38
could read it okay and uh and and
1:18:40
everyone had a good time the other stuff
1:18:44
see we have a lot of Windows jokes with
1:18:46
hookers great story by the way a classic
1:18:49
Dvorak story if you didn't hear go to
1:18:51
episode 11 64 just dynamite so anything
1:18:57
else that we don't think there was much
1:18:58
else that was really the fabu was there
1:19:05
that was clearly the best piece
1:19:07
conceptually and visually no agenda art
1:19:12
generator comm is where you can find all
1:19:15
of the artwork we you can upload and
1:19:17
participate in this twice a week
1:19:19
showdown is a big part of our value for
1:19:23
value network we really enjoyed people
1:19:25
like the changing artwork yeah I had a
1:19:28
sent a note to the Apple guys that were
1:19:31
helping me set up an RSS feed they love
1:19:33
when I when our images changed that the
1:19:35
podcasting guys at Apple by the way they
1:19:37
still they do something very unique
1:19:40
still in this world they will still
1:19:44
recognize a small-time celebrity like
1:19:48
myself and help me out directly the boss
1:19:50
you know like they should the way were
1:19:54
they Hollywood supposed to work our
1:19:57
version of Hollywood yeah I like it yeah
1:20:01
well you've been in touch with those
1:20:02
guys forever yeah well but I'd like it
1:20:04
that they're actually fans of the show
1:20:08
but not or they can't say that's the
1:20:11
Sony listeners can't say it that would
1:20:15
fly no if they can say it or not but I
1:20:17
guess like that's a good example of what
1:20:21
a podcast should be like exactly exactly
1:20:25
know the way you're supposed to do it of
1:20:28
course why not we have the inventor
1:20:32
working on the show before we start
1:20:35
thanking some people I have a note from
1:20:37
Felix Wilson who we knighted on the last
1:20:41
show and he received as you recall
1:20:44
knighthood from an anonymous patron an
1:20:47
anonymous donor who came in with $1000
1:20:50
made sir made Felix I was fest sir Chris
1:20:53
Wilson's son made him a knight and so he
1:20:55
has two quick notes he'd like me to read
1:20:57
and I'd like to share that dear
1:20:59
anonymous patron thank you for
1:21:00
sponsoring my no agenda knighthood I
1:21:02
wasn't expecting it and it was a lovely
1:21:04
surprise for my parents as well as me I
1:21:06
enjoy making people laugh and I'm glad
1:21:08
you found my clips funny regards Sir
1:21:11
Felix and then he has one for us dear
1:21:13
Adam and John thank you for knighting me
1:21:15
I wasn't expecting it and while it was
1:21:17
fun there wasn't enough stuff at the
1:21:19
round table for a child my age the
1:21:24
sherbert tasted yucky and made my tongue
1:21:26
cold and the friendly lady smells
1:21:29
smelled funny you know it was weird
1:21:34
having the hookers that blow in the rent
1:21:36
boys and Chardonnay around
1:21:37
eight-year-olds Felix but we know we did
1:21:40
warn everyone in advance I checked with
1:21:43
my mum and she suggested the attached
1:21:45
children's menu which I shall be serving
1:21:48
today at the round table
1:21:49
daddy suggested pizza and ping-pong but
1:21:52
mummy said no way and slapped the big
1:21:55
back of his head with the magazine that
1:21:57
made him laugh even more for my title I
1:22:00
would like to be known as Sir Felix the
1:22:02
early night I have a special message I
1:22:05
would like Adam - please play that I
1:22:07
recorded for all the no agenda parents
1:22:09
thank you for your courage sir Felix the
1:22:12
early night my name is Sir Felix Wilson
1:22:17
the youngest night to join the nor
1:22:19
gender Roundtable while I'm eternally
1:22:22
grateful to my own ominous patron for
1:22:25
their extreme generosity and I'm proud
1:22:28
to sit beside my dad he's still a douche
1:22:31
bag at the round table there is one
1:22:34
thing that you all forgot
1:22:36
I have no one to play with there are in
1:22:39
the grown-ups here doing grown-up things
1:22:42
and I'm too young and innocent before
1:22:44
someone disconnected the Wi-Fi when you
1:22:47
went RTG so I can't even play for nine
1:22:50
please go to turn for the old /na and
1:22:53
sponsor a child today I'm bored and
1:22:56
lonely and I need some friends to play
1:22:58
with continuing in the fantastically
1:23:02
successful vein of abusing abusing that
1:23:08
a kid children for financial gain and
1:23:12
donations are not great today so I comes
1:23:15
in perfect timing to a guilt people
1:23:18
about their children yeah you need to
1:23:20
get some pictures maybe get a picture of
1:23:23
you in some serve some garb that would
1:23:26
be appropriate alongside the sad puppy
1:23:29
which is coming into the next newsletter
1:23:31
by the way ok be with a sad puppy yeah
1:23:38
again this is show 11 what is 65 yeah
1:23:41
that's the one Michael Taylor's the top
1:23:45
the list $350 he says I've listened to
1:23:48
your show since episode 10 65 the result
1:23:54
of referral by my son who's listened
1:23:56
since episode 5 59 having tuned out all
1:23:59
other media prior I was skeptical but
1:24:02
soon was relieved and immediately hooked
1:24:05
well not perfect yours is truly the only
1:24:08
outlet that comes to comes close to not
1:24:11
having an agenda your deconstructions
1:24:14
that include factors beyond what we are
1:24:16
told makes listening during my commute
1:24:18
something to look forward to being near
1:24:21
your ages yeah I am almost exactly Adams
1:24:25
age and yes I remember him on MTV the
1:24:28
affinity keeps growing while there are
1:24:30
other value for value platforms to me
1:24:32
your show stands out as it was worthy of
1:24:35
support it'd be great to listen now to
1:24:39
douchebag free jingles you put ok this
1:24:42
is now juice oh it'd be good to listen
1:24:44
now douchebag free
1:24:46
he wants jingles jobs Pelosi health
1:24:49
karma and it's true and I'll give him a
1:24:52
douche you've been deduced
1:24:56
jobs jobs jobs and jobs let's vote for
1:25:02
jobs we've got karma next on the list is
1:25:10
anonymous one thousand one three and
1:25:12
thirty three dollars and he got sent an
1:25:14
email which I could have printed out but
1:25:17
I did find here in the scroll Mountain
1:25:19
here it is this is your privilege to
1:25:21
donate to what we must acknowledge as a
1:25:23
singular voice in the increasingly
1:25:25
challenging information landscape a
1:25:27
perfect intersection of info world and
1:25:29
the daily source code what an unexpected
1:25:31
mosaic for us all please pass along my
1:25:35
thanks to Mr curry for his determined
1:25:38
analysis in the mark tech ad tech
1:25:41
synergy that is happening with companies
1:25:43
like axiom and live ramp I work with
1:25:47
many people named Ben and Bernice that
1:25:51
are responsible for the architect for
1:25:54
architecting data and identity solutions
1:25:56
with these and other DMP / digital
1:25:59
onboarding solutions that come from the
1:26:05
meme generator I don't know that was
1:26:07
good he's clearly in the data broker
1:26:11
business he knows what's going on we
1:26:12
struggle in the trenches every day
1:26:14
against what seems to be an inevitable
1:26:16
collapse between personally identifiable
1:26:19
information in the third-party cookie /
1:26:22
digital fingerprinting systems right
1:26:25
hopefully hopefully my modest donation
1:26:30
will provide an additional incentive to
1:26:32
follow the topics some day soon to
1:26:36
follow the topic follow the topic
1:26:38
someday so nobody if he means by that
1:26:40
he's gonna send us something important
1:26:42
to relate Oh perhaps good for example
1:26:45
that I might find interest in axioms
1:26:47
close known relationship with another
1:26:50
Arkansas force the former Arkansas
1:26:53
governor mr. Clinton and his DNC in my
1:26:57
honest opinion the references to the
1:26:59
1990s
1:27:00
Clinton powerhouse of the fun
1:27:02
fundraising is a straight line to the
1:27:05
proprietary identity resolution Keys
1:27:07
found at that company between toad suck
1:27:11
and pickles gap well so what he's
1:27:14
talking about here is axiom who by the
1:27:16
way I accidentally identified as having
1:27:19
been purchased in our many talks by
1:27:22
Oracle that is not true they were
1:27:24
purchased by WPP one of the largest
1:27:26
advertising corporations conglomerate
1:27:29
yeah but I had also somewhere talked
1:27:31
about being acquired by Oracle that was
1:27:33
a mistake
1:27:34
but they are originally from Arkansas
1:27:36
that's where their headquarters were and
1:27:39
you know where they just opened up or it
1:27:40
actually just like a year ago where they
1:27:42
opened up a new new headquarters China
1:27:47
so this is the company the data broker
1:27:50
that really is the go-to for all
1:27:52
information about people and they've got
1:27:55
the financial flows they sell back to
1:27:58
Facebook and and Twitter and Google
1:28:01
that's how big these guys are yeah and
1:28:04
then coincidentally they're from
1:28:07
Arkansas Little Rock any signs off
1:28:10
anonymous 1001 my name is 1001 none of
1:28:14
us one doesn't already know
1:28:15
ok onward to Daniel sends I think yeah I
1:28:24
always had trouble pronouncing his name
1:28:28
Saenz si e + Z any isn't curly or it's
1:28:34
gonna be a night 250 bucks he's
1:28:36
associate executive producer to my
1:28:37
extreme honor to be inducted to the
1:28:39
night so the No Agenda roundtable
1:28:41
accounting below I'd like to be known as
1:28:43
sir musical signs signs send signs maybe
1:28:47
the science is how you pronounce it
1:28:48
signs sign yes or musical signs
1:28:51
Daniel signs science it that sounds
1:28:54
about right feels right at the
1:28:56
roundtable I request Kappa Zoli Devon
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I gonna pronounces Zoli de Venera depth
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which means nipples of Venus you know I
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have the kids menu with Felix there
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today but okay if we're gonna be there a
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bottle of Paul Roche reserve okay let me
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put me order this I got to put the order
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in at the round table you know the funny
1:29:27
thing is is the Paul Roche is really one
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of the great champagnes
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so it's Kappa Zoli Devan era and a
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bottle of Paul Roche reserve correct
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yeah okay yeah got it
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okay so I put in the order it's not
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cheap that stuff oh no it's over I mean
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I wouldn't say it's overpriced but it's
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usable he sends us a clip I think it's
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completely usable and I've actually
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shortened it for foreplay today he sends
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us a clip of Bill Maher and then he's
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like his phone or something he'll it up
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ass I didn't see the yeah I have a clean
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version of the clip one of him over it
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like could I call him out on it
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he says of course he says he got cold
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out he says I wasn't submitting the clip
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to be played we wanted to make sure you
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guys saw it so you could go to the
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source file and clip it says usable
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version okay John guilt-trip me as if I
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was submitting for the show versus just
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getting it on your radar so in the
1:35:20
future so in the future how does a
1:35:24
strictly financial producer like myself
1:35:26
a man has got to know his limitations
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submit clips to get on your radar so you
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guys can just
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decide whether we talk about this refer
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we'll talk about it again after your
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note here as they finish where they get
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the clip a source file nor how do you
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rub-a-dub-dub enough as a show title
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duck whooping that you're right hell
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yeah
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thank you do please accept my penance
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and help educate me to help you and jnk
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unless you want to make the kids laugh
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with this goat scream or something
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barren dirty dick banks of DC okay so
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first of all let me just say you just be
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yourself
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because you just helped us you gave us a
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show to a possible show title you're
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done that's what that's what a producer
1:37:14
does the good job John go ahead okay
1:37:21
there's a number of ways of going about
1:37:22
this I think now first of all you
1:37:24
probably have to have some off some
1:37:26
recording gear or if you if you clip
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stuff from the internet you can get you
1:37:31
can use audacity or any number of
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systems that work most of the time to
1:37:37
clip live audio streaming off your
1:37:39
computer and so you run the clip and
1:37:42
then you record it on one of these
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systems audacity works for me and then
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you can
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Clippy shorten it you can edit it a
1:37:49
little bit and send it to us this is
1:37:51
that simple always send it off as an mp3
1:37:53
not a WAV it's too big and you get a
1:37:57
little you get there's a plug-in to make
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mp3s on audacity you just download it's
1:38:03
easy to get to it's no problem
1:38:05
the other opportunity is if you have one
1:38:08
a zoom or some little recorder that you
1:38:11
can plug into your TV or your DVR into
1:38:14
the audio outputs you can you can make
1:38:16
it clip that way and then you can move
1:38:19
that to your computer and send it to us
1:38:23
just that simple some people also they
1:38:27
will look at a clip and they see like a
1:38:29
salon clip that they want us to watch or
1:38:31
not watch and they said they could give
1:38:33
us a link to the clip with a timecode
1:38:35
telling us where the important part of
1:38:37
the information is that's the way men
1:38:40
with some proper context yes that's why
1:38:45
that's why I didn't know what was going
1:38:47
on with this welcome glad wall clip cuz
1:38:49
I couldn't find it what he's talking
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about cuz he just randomly said there
1:38:52
was something good right that's how I
1:38:54
ran into this I've got that beginning
1:38:57
what you're getting to hear is everyone
1:39:00
we don't talk about listeners how many
1:39:02
listeners you got I don't know we only
1:39:03
have producers yeah we only have
1:39:06
producers and but you produce in a
1:39:10
certain way and so when you're sending
1:39:11
us something or if you're tweeting a
1:39:13
link also not very handy is replying to
1:39:17
a tweet and just putting my name there
1:39:19
because I have to click in click in and
1:39:21
it's like I'm not interested or have
1:39:23
already seen it but when it comes to
1:39:26
email it definitely in the subject line
1:39:30
context of what you're sending just
1:39:32
think as a producer that's all think and
1:39:34
and desert desert dirty dick bangs you
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know I think you're a typical financial
1:39:41
producer this that's not everyone can do
1:39:44
clips but if you got something you want
1:39:46
to make sure we see it and never
1:39:48
withhold from sending us something
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because the number one the thing that
1:39:53
makes me chuckle in email is well I'm
1:39:56
probably the one thousand person to send
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it to you and you're the first that
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all the time all the time the people
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like I they got that and then you don't
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send it if you really think that throw
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1:40:11
understand that's a very that's that's
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the inbox I'm not I never go to my feed
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on Twitter to see what people are doing
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rarely it's just another public inbox
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okay so two things I'm just trying to
1:41:38
stay on track and remember what we were
1:41:42
going to talk about so the first is yeah
1:41:54
we got excoriated for making fun of what
1:42:00
we weren't making fun of the dogs dying
1:42:02
this is the the green blue algae that
1:42:04
has killed at least three dogs in the
1:42:06
Austin area and we were laughing about
1:42:08
the clip where the comparison of the dog
1:42:12
to a baby as in a human baby was just a
1:42:17
little over the top and and and and if
1:42:21
you're offended where have you been the
1:42:23
past three years when I've been bitching
1:42:25
about and I love dogs I got the head and
1:42:27
butt bitching about dogs and their
1:42:29
owners specifically yeah you've been
1:42:32
you've made three years at least you've
1:42:34
been compressed when you're living in
1:42:36
the big a high-rise apartment which is
1:42:38
which was dog piss yes everywhere smelly
1:42:42
well and it's horrible but let me
1:42:43
reiterate the building being pet
1:42:46
friendly is fine yeah I'm ok with that
1:42:48
but when everybody has a dog and many
1:42:52
have multiple dogs and the owners are
1:42:55
just shit then you know who don't care
1:42:59
or I'm not sure what the mentality is or
1:43:02
like oh you know everyone's dog pisses
1:43:03
in front of the building I'll let mine
1:43:04
piss there too it starts to smell when
1:43:06
you're walking the building I mean it's
1:43:08
just like it's normal and then this in
1:43:10
the elevators no one clean stuff up so
1:43:13
it's more it says more about the owners
1:43:14
and the you know the comment that I got
1:43:16
was you know well for some people we
1:43:18
can't have children these literally are
1:43:20
our babies well no
1:43:22
No I feel I'm happy that you have
1:43:26
something to replace that you know but
1:43:28
that's okay we can still make fun of it
1:43:33
please I mean here's touched a nerve
1:43:36
well yeah well here's what pisses me off
1:43:39
we're stupid because we for three years
1:43:42
we've been talking about how people are
1:43:44
going crazy they're not having actual
1:43:46
human kids they are taking dogs and
1:43:49
putting them in strollers and you know
1:43:52
take him into restaurants and all things
1:43:53
we didn't used to do and many countries
1:43:55
don't oh they will it's cultural to
1:43:58
still not accept that but okay we've now
1:44:00
adopted them as our babies and where and
1:44:03
where we were treating them as our
1:44:05
babies then we've been seeing this trend
1:44:08
grow for three years and we missed we're
1:44:11
missing exit strategy after exit
1:44:13
strategy this one especially with your
1:44:16
knowledge of food and my knowledge of
1:44:19
large-scale business we could have
1:44:24
nailed this recent figures show
1:44:25
Americans spend more than seventy two
1:44:27
billion dollars a year on their pets
1:44:30
including more than thirty billion
1:44:32
dollars just to feed them yes now some
1:44:35
new food options have appeared
1:44:36
particularly for dogs with ingredients
1:44:39
that rival those we feed ourselves and
1:44:41
it appears dogs can tell the difference
1:44:43
some ground beef potatoes few potatoes
1:44:47
and then just like fresh fruits and
1:44:49
veggies I feel like I'm looking at what
1:44:50
you'd make for me
1:44:51
yeah but ronaldo web is actually
1:44:53
preparing a personalized meal for man's
1:44:56
best friend it's a little bit of pumpkin
1:44:59
for them yeah I mean this is actually
1:45:02
great for a dogs that have like
1:45:03
sensitive stomachs more than ever before
1:45:06
pets are being treated as members of the
1:45:08
family and web is betting their owners
1:45:10
will want to feed them that way I was a
1:45:13
consultant working in pet food factories
1:45:16
I saw they're able to use what they call
1:45:17
4d so dead dying to seize and disabled
1:45:20
like meats
1:45:21
retching making the product I just
1:45:23
didn't feel super comfortable feeding
1:45:25
that to my dog once and so I started
1:45:27
cooking for him
1:45:28
love the food that expanded to kind of
1:45:30
my close circle of friends and then
1:45:32
epilate really grew out of that idea we
1:45:34
also have our barking beef our most
1:45:36
popular dish for the dogs the company's
1:45:38
meals are designed with the veterinary
1:45:40
nutritionist and made in a USDA facility
1:45:43
for about $4 a day dog owners can
1:45:46
satisfy the foodie in Fido with fresh
1:45:49
meal deliveries portion sizes are based
1:45:52
on weight and activity level this would
1:45:54
have been such an easy business for us
1:45:56
to start I'd even tested some of these
1:45:59
green grocer blue blue aprons shoe
1:46:02
things these meal kits yeah you're all
1:46:05
into the meal kit for good six months I
1:46:08
would say about three but okay six
1:46:10
months but we missed this obvious exit
1:46:13
oh you missed a we missed it you know I
1:46:16
did think that Mimi's written a book
1:46:19
it's never been published on dog it's a
1:46:22
family tradition
1:46:23
it's a family tradition I published this
1:46:26
book I mean I get there though it's just
1:46:28
this is a short book it's a small book
1:46:29
but it's about cooking for your dog
1:46:32
which is right at what you're talking
1:46:34
about here only it was it's cooking for
1:46:37
your dog in the natural way dogs came
1:46:39
about because they hung out the garbage
1:46:42
dumps outside of the early civilizations
1:46:44
and they became they liked eating
1:46:48
garbage they eat from garbage cans they
1:46:50
eat cat shit from the cat shit thing
1:46:54
they which is disgusting by the way no I
1:46:57
had a dog that lived 25 years and
1:47:01
basically ate one thing and one thing
1:47:03
only scraps and I fed him scraps and
1:47:08
table scraps and they would just that he
1:47:11
was the happiest dog ever and Mimi feeds
1:47:13
a lot of dogs that we'd feed dogs table
1:47:15
scraps oh the people no you can't do
1:47:17
that
1:47:17
that is what dogs love to eat and they
1:47:20
live longer they love eating scraps so
1:47:22
some people are stupid if you can't feed
1:47:24
them chocolate you can't feed them
1:47:25
grapes or certain things can't feed him
1:47:26
but table scraps generally you can now
1:47:29
you leftover spaghetti dogs love
1:47:31
leftover spaghetti so it's just
1:47:35
uh I think PETA just got a hold of us
1:47:39
Pete were being ddos by PETA there we
1:47:45
hear back you're back you dropped out
1:47:47
for a second I did yea