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August 29th, 2019 • 2h 55m

1168: Poop-in

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Adam curry this is no agenda in the
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morning everybody
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I'm Adam curry and from northern Silicon
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Valley where we're getting ready but not
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for sealed indictments hurricane durian
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or helicopters on Mars we're getting
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ready for Greta mania I'm Josie Devore a
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professional man I just that was so
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slick greta mania Microsoft morning
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screw Greta what happened oh man it was
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a big Windows Update and I always get up
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at 5:30 on show days and I did it last
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night yeah you were some more tonight
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usually I just like if there's gonna be
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an update you know 5:30 a.m. is okay if
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it takes 30 minutes 45 minutes and have
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to reboot everything just to make sure
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it all works and then it reset drivers
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it turned my screen to dark mode I've no
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idea why yeah drivers were set to the
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wrong bitrate
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just look I don't know why did that yeah
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I had that thing turned me into dark
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mode one side of the blue on him update
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I can't figure out why yeah but I never
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had a bunch of drivers reset maybe
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because you have all kinds of weird
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drivers that why would any of them yeah
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I shouldn't it just leave it the way it
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is maybe the updated a driver that's
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possible you see them Windows 10 updates
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shouldn't be updating drivers randomly
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well who the hell knows that's the one
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thing I did appreciate about the
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Macintosh
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if it was broken it was just broken for
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a long time
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there's no no quick little fix on
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Tuesday just busted you know I just
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these things anyway we're on the air
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everywhere
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yes greta mania she made it didn't she
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oh man I was stunned and then she
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she came I guess she came out the other
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end okay now she's stuck over here and
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it's gonna be Greta mania you watch
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gonna be like the Beatles is she gonna
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do a ticker-tape parade through New York
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she might I do have an NBC a soon Berg
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report if you want to play that a
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teenage climate activists whose passion
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for the planet has attracted global
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attention arrived in New York City today
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the young environmentalist chose to
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travel on a zero emissions yacht and she
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invited fans to share the journey here's
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Kelly Kobe a tonight climate activists
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Bredesen Burke is back on dry land after
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15 days at sea the 16-year old Swedish
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student who started a global youth
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movement when she went on strike from
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school last year that sailed from
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England
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August 14th for New York and the United
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Nations climate conference taking a boat
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she said because flying is terrible for
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the planet so I think this will be fun
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sharing her maiden voyage with her two
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million social media followers tweeting
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it's like camping on a roller coaster
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and on day eight you really lose sense
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of time but one day stood out highway
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that bad weather making them just one
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day late two weeks to stare at the ocean
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and think about the planet kelly
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cobiella NBC News yeah yeah well I hand
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it to her I'm impressed that's that was
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no no small feat for a child I probably
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would have turned it down myself
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yes that's okay guys unless you're a
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sailor and you really like you want to
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give it a shot on something really in a
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very high-end boat but now one of those
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guys now this is a whole United Nations
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deal and of course they're flying the
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crew back she getting bad that's still
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unclear she got a single hand the boat
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back it's gonna do we mean the flying
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the crew both gonna do I don't know
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maybe we get to keep her that would be
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nice so you know that here on the no
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agenda show were not big fans of abusing
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children for climate for green New Deal
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climate
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hysteria but she seemed to be into it so
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okay let's find that Canadia has a
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Canada has a new campaign where they're
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really abusing kids and this is the
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eighteen to eight campaign have you
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heard of this yeah well the eighteen to
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eight ten to eight yeah so they feel
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that eighteen know the voting age in
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Canada Naevia is eighteen and I want to
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change it to eight yes they do and
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here's why excuse me do you guys have a
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moment to talk about climate change we
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pulled kids across Canada and asked them
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to rank election issues in order of
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priority 74% ranked climate changes that
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issue most important to them climate
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scientists are now saying the only of
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twelve years left asked if you want to
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avoid catastrophic damage that's why
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we're lobbying the federal government to
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lower the voting age from eighteen to
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eight
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the future
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[Music]
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and if we were
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[Music]
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you're alive
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I can't
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these kids are not here let the kids
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vote let kids vote the last voice at the
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end was mr. Miyagi
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they even got him in he's a hundred
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years old now from Karate Kid yeah the
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kids again terrorizing kids there's also
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any of the kids were seeing it that was
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pretty good
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yeah that is actually a good one was
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[Music]
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thats your chance
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twelve years left we're all gonna die
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but it's okay because this what happened
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less frequently in our future this is
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going to go away it's going to become
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less of an issue you know why that's why
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well no no no it's the children will no
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longer be making children we have to
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reduce said so herself on her live
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Instagram I think about the kind of
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family that I want a plan and I've
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already known my entire life that one
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day I'd love to adopt children but even
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now you know when you put climate change
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on top of that I know that I want to you
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know perhaps have one less child and I
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thought I would maybe have it if I can
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even have a child biologically I don't
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know right and and you know I think
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having a mixed family is part of my
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personal
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planning but it's really hard and I
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don't think sometimes that older
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generations really understand how much
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we're taking this into account who
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didn't want to account that they don't
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want to have children's less children's
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and the way she says it she says I don't
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think down to older generations know how
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much they walk did she say it's part of
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my personal so she says she once have a
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mixed family with one less than she
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would have planned as part of her
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planning but it's really hard and I
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don't think sometimes that older
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generations really understand how much
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we're taking this into account oh no we
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do you're terrorizing the younger
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generation night we're very cognizant of
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what's going on thank you very much a
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gist we know what's happening just prick
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what's happening what what we don't talk
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about is that Michael Mann the premier
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climate scientist who first handed the
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hockey stick graph to Al Gore lost James
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Hansen who handed the hockey stick no is
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it not was Michael Mann okay and he just
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lost the court battle has to pay court K
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court costs and lawyer costs because he
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refused to produce the underlying data
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in court
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of his assertions oh he's got nothing
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well he refused to show it why if it's
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so powerful yeah so he just made it up
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yeah well it was the actual oh this will
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be good this will be swept under the rug
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well there's a bunch of reports about
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this now this was the hockey stick trend
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that was featured in the third IPCC
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assessment report that came out in 2001
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that is what Al Gore used and what was
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the oh yeah so the court and British
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Columbia dismissed his lawsuit because
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he was suing you know for slander or
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whatever because many dr. ball I think
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said is bullshit you don't have it's not
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true and they dismissed the lawsuit with
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prejudice which I think me in this case
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means it was so stupid you brought this
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to the court and it's the are to
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regression analysis which underlies his
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graph he refused to produce the
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documents was ordered to produce them by
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the court given a deadline refused to
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produce them the court dismissed the
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case now will you hear that anywhere on
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mainstream media probably not not with
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Greta mania a good old Greta luckily
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though luckily though we do what you
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brought the analysis of this Amazon
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lungs of the world to the previous show
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which now you were saying knew I saw
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Newsweek time um the New York Times they
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didn't did they do any kind of story on
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this this hoax that I didn't see it that
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the Amazon is the lives of the world's
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well that world NatGeo had a nice little
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ditty on on the Amazon and you know the
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funny thing is Pamela Anderson used to
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be the lungs of the world
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one single tree can produce enough
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oxygen to support two people and the
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Amazon rainforest is ten times the size
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of Texas producing 20 times more oxygen
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than all the people on the surface of
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the earth could consume but not one
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breath of it leaves the Amazon there are
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so many animals living in the Amazon
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basin that the life their uses all that
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oxygen for all these years I've been
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thinking the rainforest is the lungs of
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the planet now sure it makes a lot of
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oxygen but it uses it all no that's
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another interesting little factoid it
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never really leaves the Amazon it's not
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it's like and I don't I think I
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mentioned this after the show and you
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said you didn't say it on the show I
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thought I did but I'll say it I'll say
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it now which when I was a kid that's
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what we were taught we were taught that
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the Amazon is the you know get produces
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all this oxygen and it's like very
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crucial that it remain intact yes I
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think I learned similar yeah this
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reminds me of the International
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Geophysical Year which I believe was
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1957 and was recorded by Steely Dan then
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before it before the International
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geophysics year everybody would in the
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schools would teach that it's just a
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coincidence that if you look at a globe
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that South America kind of fits into
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Africa like out like a couple of jigsaw
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puzzle keys oh yeah I always heard that
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no no no you think that fits now no no
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yeah then the International Geophysical
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Year appeared and they determined big
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that's when they discovered tectonic
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plates and that realized that yes it was
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once one giant landmass and then it
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moved away very slowly but it did fit
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which was the which was the first thing
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you'd see when you looked at a globe
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logically it looked like some it fits
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and they're trying to deny that the
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obvious 'ti of it why were they denying
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it and when now it's it's
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generally accepted as true baffling it
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just became some sort of a standard you
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know somebody I have no idea hmm
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think they didn't want to believe it I
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guess it was like now that can't
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possibly be true because that means it
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would be one giant landmass and we have
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no evidence of such a thing well this is
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such a convoluted topic that the
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Democratic National Committee voted
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against a presidential climate debate
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amongst the candidates the delegates
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voted two hundred and twenty-two to 137
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against allowing candidates to
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participate in the debate dedicated to
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the topic after a heated floor fight
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interrupted by protesters chanting we
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can't wait and failure of leadership
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which are not good chance by the way but
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okay this was quite quite lame so they
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decided no we're not gonna have a debate
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just about climate change CNN
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immediately turns around second hmm if
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you're gonna address this which we have
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addressed in the past this has been
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going on for a while but what what would
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be the debate they're all on the same
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side well I completely agree with the
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leadership actually that it's it would
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be suicide for them to have a debate
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because no one has answers it's all
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conflicting you can you're right they're
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all on the same side it would just come
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down to how much money I don't know it
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would be it would be hilarious to watch
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and great for our show it would have
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been fabulous so instead they someone
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co-opted CNN and they announced an
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unprecedented top primetime event
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they're going to do seven hours of Town
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Hall's back to back live from New York
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on Wednesday taking audience questions
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oh yeah so we start at 5:00 p.m. with
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Julian Castro followed by Andrew yang at
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5:40 Oh there's different interviewers
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to hold on this is great
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so wolf blitzer oh right
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wait I should mention this because yeah
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this is a little a dimension to what
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you're doing here when this first began
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which was before the first debate they
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said anybody who takes part in something
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like this will be kicked off the debate
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stage period I don't know if you
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remember that I do well these guys that
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you're starting to mention already I
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don't know maybe it's gonna be changed
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if you keep reading names they're
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already off because the Democratic Party
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decided no we're gonna do one debate now
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it's not gonna be twenty people and
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they've already exercising numerous
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people from the stage oh well so that
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sounds like these guys are two of the
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guys well we're only gonna have one to
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ten and but this lineup is very
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interesting again it starts at 5:00 p.m.
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Eastern Time and it ends at year-round
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midnight Eastern Time so if you were to
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take this rundown and you flipped it to
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the left you would have the people on
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the Left start and the people on the
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right end and of course the important
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people in primetime will be right in the
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middle so we start off with Castro
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interviewed by Blitzer at 5:00 p.m. then
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Andrew yang at 5:40 then Kamala Harris
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at 6:20 p.m. interviewed by Erin Burnett
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then we get Amy Klobuchar I can't
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believe she's still around
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she'll be at 7:00 of course vice former
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vice president joe biden
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will be interviewed by pooper at 8 p.m.
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followed by bernie also by pooper at
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8:40 p.m. then elizabeth warren
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interviewed by chris cuomo
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what a bum rap that is at 9:20 followed
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by mayor pete at 10:00 p.m.
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and Don Lemon will interview Beto
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O'Rourke at 10:40 p.m. sayanora Beto and
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Cory Booker at 11:20 p.m. he barely is
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barely on the same day so it looks like
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Joe and we this is gonna be five hours
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or how many hours it is
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seven seven hours and know of an hour
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and of one Laur
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one hour long interviews with the
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various candidates about climate change
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it looks like it's 40 minutes each time
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well there be ads in there have you ad
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free is it I think it will break for ads
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it after each block I think I don't know
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they have not mentioned this I'm not
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looking at a at the spot card the rate
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card um this is a disaster
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and notice Tulsi is not on the list the
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nor is Marianne Marianne Williamson yeah
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both the probably more interesting than
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all of them combined if you're making a
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show it sure would be and if you want
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some different noise definitely told
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actually Tulsi and Marianne Williamson
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Ruby - they get they get ratings these
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other people nobody wants to listen to
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any of them no you're right blather on
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any burn you'll probably get some
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numbers but who else is gonna get
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numbers this is like a ratings nightmare
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I can't believe we got to look at the
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overnights on that when this happens
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because it's gonna be it's a joke yeah I
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mean who wants to watch anything for
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seven hours on a Wednesday isn't there
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any is or something on Wednesdays
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Tuesday it's gotta be something up
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there's a bunch of like FBI and I think
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somebody's up these might be on
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Wednesday SEAL team I know is but
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there's really actually not a lot of
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good programming on Wednesday so buddy
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but but still well you know last night I
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was surfing around and it's like boom
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the new Beverly Hills 90210 they brought
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it back so I likes clickety click I'm
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like yeah let's watch this within 7
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seconds the keeper goes I can't watch
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this go bad ok I'll just turn it off
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speaking of television the Video Music
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Awards I don't know if you had a chance
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to see them once again MTV rolling out
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the Illuminati fest that it usually is
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and the alumnus in fact you one of the
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first VJs and very popular in the in
20:29
your era yes and no so you were invited
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to do it like a retrospective no there
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was this little thing where I quit and
20:37
took mtv.com with me that they still
20:40
kind of hate me no but but they don't
20:43
just hate me in 1989 I was asked what it
20:50
was demanded of me that I gave Michael
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Jackson the video Vanguard
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Music Award which was an award the music
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video would which had which had not
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existed prior to that and it was a real
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hassle because had to be done LA and
21:06
there's a whole bunch of and I really
21:07
didn't want to go but I had some
21:09
personal stuff and anyway they they
21:11
worked it out and so I go there and it's
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a famous video of me with Tom Freston
21:15
and Michael Jackson standing on an Apple
21:18
crate so he's the guy 6 was 6 feet tall
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he was half a foot taller than me but it
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very specifically the award was from
21:29
then on always to be named the Michael
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Jackson video Vanguard Award and began
21:35
probably because of the movie the
21:37
documentary they decided to just drop
21:40
that they would not say it it was not in
21:43
any announcement it was not an in any of
21:46
the voiceovers it was only the video and
21:48
it went - what's her name Missy Missy
21:56
Elliott and who deserved it but she look
22:01
she was nice she actually said you know
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I want to thank Michael Jackson but it
22:06
was so lame of MTV I mean that was a
22:08
deal then and it was part of an actual
22:11
contract that it be named after him
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because they wanted him to perform on
22:15
the awards that year so they broke their
22:18
contract down kid I don't but anyone
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cares
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um so that was severely disappointing
22:24
but man this the stage was in triangles
22:28
there was all oh yeah I was everywhere
22:31
and then they brought out the high
22:32
priests of the Illuminati John Travolta
22:36
and Queen Latifah's Raisa no both at
22:39
least kind of gay and in the Hollywood
22:44
weirdness though I just oh there they
22:47
are there the high priests come on in
22:49
and then they showed a Doritos
22:50
commercial where they didn't show the
22:52
actual chip which is not that commercial
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yeah the commercial it's all about the
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triangle and they flashed the all-seeing
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eye I'm sure it's funny but but the
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thing that really got me is in one
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commercial block I saw an ad for the
23:07
clear blue pregnancy test followed by
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teen moms - you can't make it any
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crazier have you ever seen teen moms no
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it's the saddest show you've ever seen
23:24
and then the and and that comes right
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after a pregnancy test
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Edie this they're going crazy over there
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well everything was sponsored oh here's
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the Jonas Brothers with their Toyota ad
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it's you could see the meeting yeah what
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can we do man we could Jonas Brothers
23:48
there we can get him do some photo for
23:50
the brand let me think
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I know ultimate road trip playlist from
23:55
the Jonas Brothers great idea I'll run
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it by management infantile gnarly it's
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what it is sometimes why don't we break
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sit we had a little bit of action fine
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well let's catch people up yes I think
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maybe this one clip will catch people up
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which is that the Queen has agreed what
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happened was Boris Johnson decided that
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he went he wanted to do this is called
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prorogue yes shut down what is the what
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is the etymology of pro-roh
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is the word rogue a part of that I don't
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know Provo look it up if you can find
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look up entomology at prorogue I think
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it's uh just some old term that had
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referred to a shutdown but the idea is
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that we're coming up on heart on brexit
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in october end of october so we're gonna
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do is around September 15 shut down
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Parliament and leave it shut down until
25:04
we just have a hard hard brush well two
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weeks before two weeks before well yeah
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actually the two weeks before should be
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time enough but probably won't be two
25:15
weeks before be it just enough time to
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extend it might well it's my debt none
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yeah I have some thoughts but let's do
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your stuff yeah we have some thoughts
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well let's see if I got a Devon number
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comes mostly from people moaning but
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let's just the NBC and their brexit
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reports tonight the UK may be on the
25:32
brink of a constitutional crisis the
25:34
Queen has approved Prime Minister Boris
25:36
Johnson's plan to suspend Parliament
25:39
from early September to mid-october the
25:41
surprise move blasted by opposition
25:43
lawmakers one calling it a coup they now
25:46
have less time to debate Johnson's plan
25:48
for a brexit divorce from the European
25:50
Union by the October 31st deadline so
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there were some fake news that kind of
25:55
went along with this as your people were
25:57
immediately saying oh this is a hijack
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and this is not uncle Scoob
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hashtag coup Boris Johnson's coup but
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it's not uncommon for in fact it's quite
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normal for Parliament to shut down just
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before the Queen's Speech which is kind
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of the State of the Union only it was
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and by the way prorogue means basically
26:21
prolong I looked it up that's the that's
26:24
the etymology of it and so it's longer
26:28
than it typically is and what you just
26:33
heard at the beginning of that report
26:34
that let me just play this beginning
26:36
here tonight the UK may be on the brink
26:38
of a constitutional crisis so about that
26:41
constitutional crisis here is a channel
26:44
for UK
26:46
the reporter standing of course on the
26:49
grassy knoll there in front of
26:50
Parliament listen what he says Rex the
26:52
crisis is that entering uncharted waters
26:54
even file flexible unwritten
26:56
Constitution it just took the Queen to
26:59
give her consent and it was done
27:00
Parliament will be paroled or suspended
27:03
flexible unwritten Constitution this is
27:10
not in their constitution they don't
27:12
have a constitution we've got a Magna
27:13
Carta so this is way back to this
27:16
constitutionality is bullcrap I think
27:21
that was put in that the phrase
27:23
constitutional crisis because of
27:26
something Americans can understand okay
27:28
and it's some Brits can understand too
27:30
because they think that Trump is trying
27:32
to take over the place yeah focus
27:37
blather bogus blather yes there you go
27:40
do you have analysis of this I have a
27:43
couple of guys on the street moaning and
27:45
groaning some what's that my famous
27:47
people and this is off this little
27:49
network his little online network called
27:52
Joe which is in the UK and it is seems
27:56
to be a pro EU mechanism of some sort
28:03
and this you know they every time they
28:05
have anything so much waving the hell
28:07
with the British flag we're waving the
28:09
EU flag but let's listen to this one
28:11
this is a guy who's a who's a baron a
28:15
parent Adonis
28:17
used to be a member of parliament wait a
28:19
minute that sounds like a no agenda
28:20
Baron name he's there with his pal he's
28:27
no Adonis I might add but he's there
28:29
with his pal in there bitching and
28:30
moaning to do to the man on the street
28:32
report on the network Joe and it breaks
28:35
it means no deal you know not enough
28:38
medical supplies to the country
28:39
shortages of food people not being as
28:41
getting an out of the country then it
28:43
definitely needs to be either an
28:44
election or a friend of that it's a huge
28:47
pity this has happened because nobody
28:49
wants to queen dragged into politics she
28:51
has to follow the advice of the
28:52
government but to be pierogi in polymer
28:54
which prevents Parliament for meeting at
28:56
all for five weeks during a national
28:58
crisis is quite a
28:59
acceptable Hilary and I have been in
29:01
Parliament a long time we've been
29:02
ministers no way with the governments of
29:05
which we were a party of thought of
29:06
offering advice like this to the Queen
29:07
and it's keep creating a deep
29:09
constitutional crisis which i think is
29:12
only good to be resolved by Boris
29:14
Johnson backing down and allowing more
29:16
time for our Parliament to debate these
29:17
crucial matters the referendum campaign
29:19
much was made of taking back control do
29:21
you think many people realize that meant
29:22
taking back control for the executive or
29:25
no one thought that because remember all
29:26
the people were in favor of brexit now
29:27
told us there'll be a deal you know
29:29
indeed remember Faraj said that Norway
29:31
was a great place to be well Norway is a
29:33
much more elaborate deal than even the
29:35
one that resume negotiated this is
29:38
Norway nonsense yeah everyone's scared
29:45
to death and that's why they're
29:47
promoting the second referendum of
29:48
course I mean they're gonna keep doing
29:49
that now this other guy is actually more
29:51
interesting and this is the clip Paul
29:53
Masson this guy was a BBC economics
29:57
correspondent this shows you the kind of
29:59
nature of the BBC being a stooge for the
30:03
EU and the guy heads up something called
30:05
Europe now or something like that some
30:07
organization which is promoting you know
30:10
Europe taking over the world
30:12
aka Germany and he's comes on and he's
30:16
worse than this other guy he's a and
30:18
again he's an ex BBC correspondent he
30:22
was an economics the he could the
30:24
economics guy and he just goes he just
30:27
goes off think his lack of a popular
30:29
mandate makes the decision to Prague
30:31
even more suspect it's not even suspect
30:33
it's so clearly programmed as soon as
30:36
the MP said we're going to unite to stop
30:38
you he's pulling the plug on part of him
30:39
it's it's a plan whose plan is it it's
30:42
the plan of the elite it's the plan of
30:44
the billionaires behind Trump the dark
30:46
money behind Nigel Faraj it's a plan
30:48
it's being executed and you know I know
30:50
make people just don't would rather be
30:52
doing something else so what I yeah it's
30:55
still somewhere in my head but it's at
30:57
times like this that your democracy can
30:59
be stolen from under your nose
31:01
Trump waded in today what's your
31:03
response to him saying that Jeremy Trump
31:04
is my response fuck Trump
31:07
for Trump full stop exclamation mark and
31:09
align the guy doesn't understand
31:11
democracy you know what what right is
31:14
heated to dictate the outcome of a
31:16
British political crisis but of course
31:18
that's what it is but the whole design
31:20
this is for me by the way this is no
31:22
longer about brexit with or without rex
31:25
it leave all remain the issue is are we
31:27
going to become a colony of trumps
31:29
America and lose our democracy yeah
31:37
since he was mentioned in the clip
31:39
I have Nigel Farage who of course is
31:42
part of these billionaires and the money
31:44
billionaires behind him black money well
31:47
he says something very different
31:50
well here's the big dilemma you know how
31:52
do we leave the European Union on the
31:53
31st of October do we leave with a clean
31:56
break back set or do we leave with the
31:59
withdrawal agreement that mrs. may put
32:02
to Parliament three times and the three
32:04
times rejected and here's my concern
32:06
much as I think Boris has brought great
32:08
optimism and energy that the job things
32:11
the president from who identified it
32:14
looks like he wants to go for an amended
32:17
form of that withdrawal agreement and
32:20
that would still leave us very tied to
32:22
he rules and would mean we could not do
32:25
a trade deal with the USA for several
32:27
years to come so I'm what I'm doing as
32:29
leader of the brexit party is putting as
32:31
much pressure as I can on Boris because
32:33
they come on we spent over three years
32:35
waiting to do this let's just get out
32:38
with a clean break brexit and get on
32:40
with our lives
32:40
I actually had two clips if you know my
32:43
I'll just play this about the same
32:44
length where he actually talks about the
32:46
billionaires before you play it the term
32:54
clean break brexit mm-hmm it's really a
32:58
good term instead of hard brexit clean
33:02
breath much regular me kind of read they
33:06
should change the nomenclature I think
33:08
clean break is very positive it sounds
33:11
very positive sounds good well that's
33:13
what you want in a relationship you know
33:15
we just we had a clean break yeah
33:17
what was the under hard break
33:20
difficult hard it's meant to sound
33:23
difficult I'm sure someone labored over
33:26
that term yes and they should change it
33:28
to clean break if they're brexit ears
33:30
let's talk about what'll happen after
33:31
the break
33:32
I spent 20 years working in financial
33:34
markets before getting involved in
33:36
politics and very often you get
33:38
short-term hysteria in markets and it's
33:41
always the old thing isn't it you know
33:43
sell the rumor by the fact and I think
33:45
frankly I think frankly once the UK is
33:48
less the European Union if you're in a
33:50
clean way
33:50
I think foreign direct investment will
33:53
flood into the United Kingdom because
33:55
we'll be free of Greece and Italy and
33:59
all these economies that are doing so
34:01
badly and the arguments against leaving
34:03
are those from the status quo those from
34:06
the big firms who were doing very well
34:08
thank you you know and life's always
34:10
like that you always get the bigger the
34:12
rich one no change actually the time has
34:16
come not just economically to change but
34:18
democratically why should my country be
34:21
run by unelected bureaucrats in Brussels
34:24
I want to be free okay he wants to be
34:28
free I want to be free I want to break
34:31
free yeah well I don't think it's gonna
34:36
happen by October 31st what do you it's
34:39
not gonna slice Tomatoes yeah it's not
34:42
gonna happen it's not gonna get and
34:46
they've put it off and put it off and
34:48
put it off and put it off I mean I'd
34:50
like to see that mr. about time we got
34:52
this off the table but they just don't
34:55
want to do it they afraid well you know
34:58
they're they're using the wrong
34:59
messaging and I think that if you really
35:02
don't want this to happen if you or
35:04
let's just say you don't want a clean
35:06
break or a No Deal brexit you know this
35:11
it was on PBS when I was actually was
35:13
written on PBS I wish I had to clip it
35:15
would have been funnier all across
35:19
Europe families and couples on vacation
35:21
are seamlessly crossing borders were
35:23
their beloved dog thanks to the European
35:25
Union pet Passport skiing now oh is the
35:29
No Deal brexit looms as a possibility
35:32
for Britain
35:38
that's right yeah your pooch if you want
35:42
to travel with your pooch when you come
35:43
back it'll have to go into six-month
35:45
quarantine I mean it's not really
35:47
what'll happen in reality but man what a
35:49
scary thing to use
35:51
they should be hyping that it's great
35:54
what the Britta didn't the British
35:56
always have restrictions on bringing
35:58
dogs into the country well if you recall
36:02
when we moved from New Jersey back to
36:05
Europe we wanted to move to the UK
36:08
directly but we couldn't because we had
36:10
six pets three dogs three cats thank you
36:13
very much and so we had to be stayin and
36:16
what do you hate dogs we had to stay in
36:18
an EU country for at least six months
36:21
which was great because in the
36:23
Netherlands you know it was no problem
36:25
and didn't you know we flew him over we
36:28
actually flew him over on a small plane
36:30
my buddies flew us over and the next day
36:35
Defra I think they're called were there
36:37
was six cages here we're here to take
36:39
your animals away because you didn't
36:40
declare them I said would they've been
36:42
in a European country for it yeah no no
36:44
you have to they have to be chipped I
36:46
said but they are chipped well you have
36:47
to have the paperwork and they they came
36:51
back and they were ready to put these
36:52
animals in the cages and I had had
36:54
called actually was a doctor in Belgium
36:57
and I told him falsified that shit and
37:00
send it over by fax right away and he
37:03
did thank goodness and so they were able
37:06
to stay with them because they all had
37:08
the chip but the passport scheme will
37:12
fall apart just like the regular
37:13
passport scheme I guess I don't know
37:15
we'll never see it cuz it's not gonna
37:16
happen I don't see this happening for
37:21
some reason I it just doesn't feel like
37:24
it will ever take place well if it does
37:27
the mark is gonna collapse we all market
37:31
like the financial markets well I think
37:33
it's gonna be temporary but I think it's
37:34
gonna be like one of those flash crests
37:36
crashes yeah cuz people go nuts oh my
37:39
god did it actually happen what are we
37:41
gonna do I don't know I can't take a
37:43
chance get out of my stock so I'm gonna
37:45
I'm sure that all the scenario
37:47
have been baked in and they're ready to
37:48
pull triggers at any yeah no no not only
37:51
they are baked in because I think
37:53
everybody's get your attitude it's not
37:55
gonna happen it's not gonna happen I
37:58
gonna say it happening so or they gonna
38:02
have a redo which is my I'm still
38:04
sticking with the redo hmm and do
38:07
another election I mean that's what your
38:08
original thesis is yes yep do-over
38:12
well that's not the thesis that's the
38:13
European Way is a difference the EU ages
38:17
beat you down so there's a controversy
38:22
amongst Americans Americans and this
38:26
well then to some degree I think anyone
38:29
in another country can follow along with
38:30
the controversy and this is the Dave
38:33
Chappelle special on Netflix which has
38:37
just been a phenomenal spectacle to view
38:42
the feedback I mean I know you saw it
38:45
because you posted about it on on the
38:47
tweeters yeah and now Scott Adams I
38:51
think you in relation to that or maybe
38:53
you tagged him or something this was not
38:55
I disagree that if Scott Adams says one
38:58
out of three people have no sense of
39:00
humor while that's Beck might be true I
39:03
think that number is one out of four
39:05
well while that might be true this was a
39:08
dimensional problem and a big one I in
39:11
fact I viewed it in mixed dimension
39:14
company and it was very on it was that's
39:18
great you had that opportunity it was
39:19
very like I did too cuz I watched it
39:22
with with Jays fiancé Nick and he's a
39:25
molecular millennial did he like it he
39:29
loved it okay
39:30
yeah well you didn't have a good mix
39:32
then he's clearly not dimension B I
39:34
didn't say age difference as I said mix
39:37
dimensions and I think that's where the
39:40
difference is and I thought it was
39:44
fantastic
39:46
I laughed a quite a lot watching it it's
39:51
and I'm not gonna deconstruct a Dave
39:53
Chappelle but I do think there was a
39:56
moment that was just so beautiful in its
39:59
simplicity it was a great joke and he
40:03
set it up really well by completely
40:05
preparing you to such a degree that the
40:08
audience actually just shouted out their
40:12
bias well here I'll play this for you
40:15
this is the the impressions that I say I
40:18
feel kind of well he it kind of got the
40:21
whole ball rolling where people got mad
40:23
tonight I'm gonna do something that I'm
40:25
not particularly good at but that I like
40:27
to do do not even try some impressions
40:30
out
40:33
[Applause]
40:38
I only got two
40:42
I the first impressions kind of dumb but
40:44
I like it this this is my impression he
40:46
ready this is my impression of the
40:49
founding fathers of America when the
40:53
Constitution was being written you read
40:56
it
40:56
yeah it goes hurry up and finish that
41:01
Constitution nigger I'm trying to get
41:02
some sleep now
41:06
now that's brilliant to set people up
41:09
into a racist mindset you know I found
41:12
it to be extremely smart what he did
41:14
followed by this
41:22
the next one
41:29
the next one's a little harder I want to
41:32
see if you can guess who it is I'm doing
41:34
an impression of alright let me get into
41:36
character yeah guess who it is though
41:38
okay here goes hey sir if you do
41:43
anything wrong in your life and I find
41:46
out about it I'm gonna try to take
41:48
everything away from you and I don't
41:49
care what I find out it could be today
41:51
tomorrow 15-20 years from now if I find
41:54
out you're fucking finished who's that
41:59
that's you that's where the audience
42:06
sounds like to me
42:11
that's why I will be coming out doing
42:13
comedy old fandom y'all niggas is the
42:15
worst motherfuckers our identity
42:21
so it was so beautiful that and I
42:24
isolated that one little bit in the
42:25
middle where he says who do I sound like
42:27
and you can hear multiple people in the
42:29
audience know it's yeah there was a
42:37
number of people the audience is said
42:38
Trump but I think I think that trick by
42:42
setting you into a complete racial
42:43
mindset just thinking about oh my god
42:45
those guys were so racist and of course
42:49
you're thinking about Constitution
42:50
you're thinking about presidents that
42:52
he's put that into your mind and he may
42:55
I think he made people think that and it
42:58
worked and then he said no but that's
43:00
you and I think that really was a blow I
43:04
think that really hurt some people's
43:07
feelings it's possible and uh it was
43:11
definitely he too recently one of the
43:13
things about that particular but I've
43:15
watched a lot of Chappelle uh and his
43:20
comedies always been unstructured this
43:22
was an extremely structured act it had
43:26
the beginning of Midland and it had
43:28
callbacks right yeah yeah and it was
43:33
structured way more than anything I've
43:35
ever seen him do before which is one of
43:37
the reasons I kind of liked it and more
43:40
than usual I mean other people's oh my
43:41
gosh yeah they're gross yeah I mean a
43:43
lot of people grousing about it but I
43:46
don't know got me off-guard there were
43:51
two things that I think really that
43:56
here's what I heard from the mixed
43:59
dimension
44:00
he's transphobic everyone he's transfer
44:04
he's just and he did and I'm so proud of
44:06
this show how many years have we been
44:09
talking about what he calls the alphabet
44:11
people what we call LGBTQIA PPK and that
44:17
they don't get along that it's not a
44:18
community and so he took that basic
44:21
premise and he turned it into I thought
44:23
a very funny joke about driving and
44:25
everybody in that in the alphabet car
44:28
but you but the only thing not the only
44:32
thing I've heard
44:33
and read consistently is he's
44:34
transphobic either transphobic and
44:39
because he did he messed with everybody
44:42
including his own wife but also his own
44:44
celebrity and fame and his kids I think
44:48
that and you you posted a link to a
44:50
review where the the reviewer seems
44:53
somewhat ups and the reviews are just
44:54
you know crazy social justice warrior
44:58
stuff this particular reviewer was
45:01
rather obsessed with how much money he
45:04
has or how much money he made and and I
45:07
figured it out
45:07
it's because of his privilege but it
45:12
doesn't compute to say well the black
45:13
man has white privilege because that's
45:16
basically what he has and so that came
45:19
out in the washes he's rich he was
45:24
unbelievable
45:25
forage did you know there was twenty
45:28
minutes of bonus footage I actually we
45:31
killed it after that so I have to go
45:33
watch the bonus footage like in the next
45:35
day or two so the show there was 20
45:37
minutes of bonus footage which was an
45:40
easter egg he had to let it play all the
45:43
way out and then it wasn't it looked
45:45
like it was ending if you looked on the
45:49
timeline but then it flipped to another
45:51
playlist item and that was this 20
45:53
minutes right after his the same
45:56
performance I think on Broadway and he
45:59
sat down he talked to people and he had
46:03
one story of how he was prepping for the
46:07
for the comedy for this particular show
46:09
and he was doing some smaller gigs and
46:12
in one like 200 seat I think in San
46:14
Francisco does one woman got really
46:17
angry and one of his jokes and then as
46:19
she's leaving says well I'm sorry I got
46:21
raped you know she was really really
46:23
upset and crying and it kind of you know
46:26
it really put the whole place in a
46:27
downer yes but the same show he said it
46:30
was interesting that there was a a trans
46:33
woman there and she was laughing and
46:35
laughing and he thought I mean I have
46:37
the clip of him saying it if you want to
46:38
hear maybe he'll explain it better
46:40
because there was something really
46:41
beautiful that came out of that which I
46:44
think he he would have been better to
46:45
put it in this
46:46
special the same show there's a trans
46:50
woman sitting in the audience this is
46:52
true story this is like a few weeks ago
46:54
I did six shows that weekend this trans
46:57
woman came to four of them calls herself
47:00
Daphne man this chick defens and they're
47:03
cracking the fuck up and everything I
47:07
said about everybody
47:09
it was amazing she was laughing and it
47:10
was fun to watch your ass do you tell
47:13
she was letting go with something that
47:14
was heavy and she throw her head back
47:16
and she smile with all the teeth she was
47:18
having a great time and the more fun she
47:21
had I felt bad because I knew I had some
47:25
trans jokes on Logan
47:30
and I thought to myself maybe I
47:32
shouldn't say these jokes cuz I'm like
47:33
fuck her evening up she's having so much
47:36
fun but then I thought to myself if I
47:38
can't say it in front of us should I say
47:40
this shit at all so I let her rip to my
47:47
surprise Daphne laughs harder the trans
47:50
jokes than anybody in the room in fact
47:52
everybody in the room would look at her
47:54
to make sure was okay
48:01
so now I go out of the dressing room and
48:04
and like you can see like all the staff
48:06
is there like cleaning the club up to
48:08
the audience at dawn and sitting at the
48:10
bar by herself who's definitely and
48:13
she's like hey come join me for a drink
48:17
and I don't want to think that I'm
48:18
transphobic another I guess I could have
48:21
at least a drink and we get some tequila
48:23
I was sitting there and she was fucking
48:26
cool turns out the damn thing she wants
48:28
to be a comedian she's asked me for
48:30
advice and I told her advice to all this
48:32
shit and then she says to me she says
48:34
boy you sure do get a bad rep for your
48:36
trans jokes I said definitely thank you
48:39
but you don't have to say that I hope I
48:41
didn't offend you she goes nah oh no no
48:44
no she said in fact I read about you in
48:46
the New York Times I said you did she
48:50
said yeah she said I thought it was
48:51
interesting that they blamed you for our
48:53
Kelly they said you normalize them for
48:56
telling jokes about her I know yeah yeah
48:57
they said that she goes I wonder why
48:59
they never said that she normalized
49:01
transgenders by telling jokes about us
49:07
and I've never thought about that it's
49:10
never occurred to me and we started
49:12
making out
49:17
and and that was I thought that was
49:19
really a beautiful thing and I bet it
49:22
happened just like that but it's not I
49:24
don't see trans people up in arms
49:26
yelling I see people who had you just
49:29
can't find any other group that that
49:31
they can call victims then trans yeah
49:36
this is the classic identity politics
49:41
right which I explained in an essay that
49:42
was sent around a lot of people like
49:44
that that was good was a very good essay
49:48
you want to summarize or just saying hey
49:51
people go read it well it's no it's
49:53
actually really something you need to
49:55
read because it stems from the thought
49:57
that you've changed the kind of a
50:00
Marxist concept of oppressed and
50:03
oppressor into various little groups
50:07
where you always have a someone's being
50:09
oppressed as someone's the oppressor
50:11
where it where it boils down to the the
50:14
white male cisgendered white male is the
50:17
maximum oppressor he's oppressing
50:19
everybody and he must be you know dealt
50:23
with somehow by I don't know how you do
50:25
anything about it but it's just very
50:26
interesting okay yeah well start there
50:31
he's horrible white males so yeah and I
50:36
have to go watch that end the bonus was
50:38
with some good stuff in there some good
50:40
stuff yeah anyway back to this thing you
50:44
were talking about which is that you had
50:45
a dual audience who was in the audience
50:47
that you were watching it with you
50:48
watched it with with one of the kids
50:51
mother-in-law yeah it's called the
50:53
stepdaughter
50:55
stepdaughter yeah yeah she didn't find
50:58
it funny how is how old is she 22 so
51:04
she's a younger she's cutting in between
51:06
or she's a young she's a younger
51:08
millennial millennial yeah and 20 just
51:12
fine any humor in it uh no I don't think
51:16
she thought it was very funny and and
51:17
she said you know he's he comes across
51:20
as very transphobic and yeah we didn't
51:22
really have any conversation about it
51:23
but yeah I was laughing and you know I
51:27
didn't see any laughter and I felt
51:29
you know it's like wow wow what is that
51:32
and she has humor she's not a humorless
51:35
person I just what what is what has
51:37
happened and she hates black men no I
51:41
think also no exposure too by the way
51:43
the debt joke due which I just said
51:45
takes the transgender complaining to
51:49
another level yeah it's just trying to
51:52
let that one go sorry you weren't gonna
51:54
get away with it well the you know but I
51:56
think that she may not have had any
52:00
exposure to this type of urban ish humor
52:05
not even urban just just blatant
52:08
in-your-face comedy which let's be
52:11
honest has kind of been impossible for
52:13
comics to do for the past what five
52:15
years at least not a ten well there you
52:18
go there so it's it's a complete
52:21
different differently formed funny bone
52:25
and if you go and look into that guy who
52:29
wrote that article and patch who hated
52:32
the the act yeah he does describe his
52:37
favorite comic which is a guy from
52:39
Saturday Night Live who does extremely
52:40
weird dry comedy see the shapes comedy
52:43
interestingly I watched a little bit of
52:47
that and I didn't find it that funny I
52:50
didn't find it funny at all there was
52:51
nothing so that's the dimensionality
52:53
wide wide did he find that super funny
52:57
and why did we just non-threatening
53:00
humor for starters hmm so that may have
53:04
something to do with it
53:06
it's very strange that dimensionally I
53:10
you should find out whether your
53:11
stepdaughter likes that guy oh good idea
53:17
that's a good idea
53:19
because it's interesting to understand
53:21
the word at least deconstruct and try
53:24
and see what the things are you know
53:27
it's uh but I guess it right if it boils
53:31
right down to it if dave chappelle were
53:34
white this show would not be on Netflix
53:36
ever in a million years I think that's
53:40
the bottom line so it comes down to
53:42
something
53:42
that's who I am that's why he gets on
53:46
the stage is because he's member of an
53:50
oppressed group you see yeah as you said
53:53
you see I know I was using that on
53:56
purpose
53:56
I would think I've seen other acts that
54:00
are pretty pretty pretty boy pretty out
54:03
there on Netflix okay well anyway I find
54:10
it's interesting little that's a second
54:12
is a new segment of the show
54:13
entertainment reviewing yes
54:15
enter interdimensional so instead of
54:18
intersectionality we need
54:20
interdimensional 'ti we we demand more
54:23
interdimensional 'ti in our country was
54:29
definitely educational what the Dave
54:34
Chappelle special was educational no it
54:36
wasn't I think so hmm I didn't clip it
54:40
but I was watching succession on HBO is
54:46
that HTML yet you know the show
54:47
succession is that the one with
54:50
what's-his-name it's kind of like a
54:53
Murdoch family and in the figure the one
54:58
where the president got killed in a no
55:01
no no no no this is no this is a very
55:04
very good series I like it a lot this is
55:06
the second season and it's it's a family
55:09
it's it's modeled after the Murdock's
55:12
and the what was the family that used to
55:14
own the the New York Times Seoul's
55:17
burgers yes yes and you know they're
55:20
it's it's really deep it anyway in that
55:23
show I heard the phrase pump the brakes
55:26
and I was blood and that was Sunday
55:28
right after you said it on the show like
55:30
holy crap pump the brakes there it is
55:34
first sighting in the wild well you may
55:36
have just missed it before well if
55:39
that's a lot of these things I happen to
55:41
me and maybe it happens to everybody but
55:43
we bring out of a phrase that we find
55:46
offensive and then you said well I never
55:48
heard that before when in fact you've
55:49
heard it over and over again you just
55:51
haven't noticed it
55:52
well that's possible and this of course
55:54
is what the No Agenda show does to a lot
55:56
of people is like all of a sudden is
55:58
like having a ten speed bike you see all
56:00
those bikes driving around oh yeah never
56:02
notice
56:04
never notice before yeah you don't yeah
56:07
or bill you start looking for Priuses I
56:12
used to have a gamer used to play with
56:14
my daughter said I would make a guess on
56:16
how many Priuses from going from the
56:18
house to a store just about a mile maybe
56:22
how many Priuses we'd see on the way I
56:26
think I remember you talking about this
56:27
on the show well a speaking of things
56:35
you notice when you're looking for him
56:37
the unhoused in Austin Texas have
56:40
increased their visibility dramatically
56:42
since the city ordinance changed this is
56:46
big it has been about six weeks and of
56:49
course we remember our mayor Adler who
56:51
said that Wow what are you worried about
56:53
we'll take a look in six weeks and
56:55
before the six weeks were up they were
56:57
already talking about maybe changing
56:59
something today 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. but LGL
57:03
LBJ auditorium I think there's a huge
57:07
town hall the university is very pissed
57:10
off because they do not want camping on
57:13
the perimeter of the campus which is now
57:16
allowed and students are being harassed
57:19
who are coming on campus but we have a
57:22
lot of reports from Austin I only want
57:24
to share to our main drag in Austin is
57:28
Congress Avenue that it goes straight up
57:31
to the Capitol you see the Capitol right
57:33
there in front of you beautiful building
57:35
extra large sidewalks and as we've
57:38
discussed previously you're now allowed
57:40
to camp on the sidewalk one of my
57:43
favorite shops which we talked about on
57:44
the show before is royal blue grocer
57:47
it's the downtown grocery store they
57:50
overcharge on a lot of stuff because of
57:52
course you can just walk to it
57:53
particularly alcoholic beverages they're
57:57
pure ripoff but it's a it's a high-end
58:00
grocery store where you can get
58:02
prepackaged stuff and
58:05
no not really anything to cook but some
58:08
produce and just it's for rich people so
58:13
they are typically open until midnight
58:17
and they are now thinking of closing
58:19
down at 6:00 p.m.
58:20
with change comes issues we just we
58:24
consider ourselves a compact urban mark
58:28
we're a little different than a
58:29
convenience store we're also not a
58:31
full-size grocery store and we kind of
58:33
fit in the middle Craig Staley is all
58:34
too familiar with the issues of the
58:36
change in homelessness ordinances we're
58:42
talking about the challenges of
58:44
operating a business on Congress Avenue
58:45
with the changes to the ordinances we're
58:47
really feeling a big difference down
58:50
here we have a lot of sympathy for the
58:52
people that live out here and we take
58:54
care of a lot of them we feed them in
58:55
our stores they come in with money and
58:56
buy things from us thank you the changes
59:01
and the things that are happening down
59:02
here are having us consider closing at
59:05
6:00 p.m. every night so we don't have
59:07
to deal with what's going on in the
59:08
evenings because it gets pretty rough
59:10
down here we'll have folks just take
59:12
something from our store and argue with
59:14
us on the way out there I can I'll be
59:15
right here remember and that's a big
59:17
change wasn't always like that
59:19
and we have a pretty seasoned staff that
59:21
works the night shift here yeah there's
59:22
just a crew that works here at night but
59:24
when they're coming to us telling us I
59:26
no longer feel safe oh yeah definitely
59:28
that's the big cause of concern for us
59:32
so while they're staying open right now
59:34
till midnight
59:35
al unless something changes outside the
59:38
store they'll solve the issue
59:40
himself we've got a sooner than later so
59:44
there's crime there's fighting they're
59:48
stabbings amongst the homeless
59:50
themselves and I'm I know that you saw
59:53
the the tweet from Austin Skid Row the
59:57
at Austin Skid Row and they showed this
1:00:01
whole perimeter of tents that in
1:00:05
downtown Austin I just wanted to explain
1:00:07
what's going on there because if very
1:00:09
interesting this is right by the arch
1:00:12
that is the Austin Resource Center for
1:00:15
the homeless it is the only shelter that
1:00:17
we have at the moment in in Austin
1:00:20
downtown Austin and they have you know
1:00:24
your typical shelter facilities inside
1:00:26
and this is run by a non-profit and they
1:00:29
get lots of money and they have lots of
1:00:31
people who serve their clients but the
1:00:34
people on the outside are there for a
1:00:36
reason it's a small gesture to begin to
1:00:39
break down the walls keeping dozens of
1:00:41
homeless people from seeking services at
1:00:43
the Austin Resource Center for the
1:00:45
homeless with just the number of
1:00:47
individuals that we're seeing on the
1:00:48
outside and the folks who have been here
1:00:51
for a long periods of time
1:00:53
that we've got a situation that could
1:00:57
get a lot inside beds food laundry
1:01:01
showers case management and a cold place
1:01:04
to relax outside ever-growing chaos even
1:01:13
with mounting safety concerns about 80
1:01:15
percent of people living on the outside
1:01:17
of the building never go in and that's
1:01:20
not because we're capacity or turning
1:01:21
anybody away it's just a choice to not
1:01:24
come in great McCormack executive
1:01:31
director of front steps the nonprofit
1:01:33
that runs the arch says building a new
1:01:35
shelter in South Austin likely won't
1:01:37
make a dent here it's great I don't
1:01:42
think from my engagement of the
1:01:44
individuals outside McCormick says he
1:01:49
finds many people living outside the
1:01:51
arch have developed their own community
1:01:53
there and after years and the elements
1:01:56
they're more comfortable here they're
1:01:58
gonna go inside somewhere then we need
1:02:00
more shelter space they are not going to
1:02:02
go inside somewhere then we have to look
1:02:04
at other solutions Austin Mayor Steve
1:02:10
Adler proposed placing camping
1:02:11
restrictions on certain busy streets and
1:02:13
at specific locations the arch was one
1:02:16
of them
1:02:17
that's an unsafe place so it is
1:02:20
something that I think needs to be a
1:02:22
relatively high priority to the degree
1:02:25
that we don't let people sit and lie
1:02:28
near the arch but we haven't provided
1:02:31
homes or places for them to go then all
1:02:34
we're doing is moving people from one
1:02:36
place to another place in June City
1:02:38
Council asked the city manager to
1:02:40
consider at least 10 locations one in
1:02:42
each council district that would allow
1:02:44
camping what the manager came back and
1:02:46
said is let's focus on getting housing
1:02:49
all over the city rather than focusing
1:02:52
on on an open camping area so this is a
1:02:58
disaster people don't know they showed
1:03:02
the inside of the shelter and it looks
1:03:04
kind of like rule yes it looks like
1:03:07
submarine berths you know I wouldn't
1:03:10
want to be in there either it's
1:03:12
dangerous we all know that it's housing
1:03:14
shelters can be very dangerous
1:03:15
particularly for women but these people
1:03:18
really want to be on the street for a
1:03:20
number of reasons one is that's where
1:03:22
the drugs are you know and so they want
1:03:24
a camp or where the drugs are and where
1:03:26
they're and where they're allowed to and
1:03:28
it's I don't know what's gonna happen
1:03:31
today but it would be quite sad if they
1:03:35
just continue to roll on this well we
1:03:38
have to make it'll take years but they
1:03:41
haven't killed anything it'll take years
1:03:43
before they build something after
1:03:45
they've appropriated land etc Wow this
1:03:51
big football field where everyone's
1:03:53
allowed to go you can only imagine the
1:03:56
chaos that that will create yeah well I
1:03:59
mean I could say the same for San
1:04:01
Francisco I mean if or Los Angeles
1:04:03
that's what I've been saying and the
1:04:06
worst I guess it's getting even worse in
1:04:08
Los Angeles where the population of the
1:04:09
homeless has increased is such an
1:04:11
extreme ever since it became you know
1:04:13
the boos noted as a problem I think it's
1:04:15
up to almost 60,000 people I am actually
1:04:17
up my muscle play it there's a woman
1:04:19
bitching about the homeless living right
1:04:20
across the street from her and in a
1:04:22
pretty good neighborhood what am I
1:04:24
looking for here woman I have a huge
1:04:30
rats nest right across the street from
1:04:33
where I live where there's a home and
1:04:34
homeless encampment I can't shop
1:04:36
downtown I literally get sick I actually
1:04:38
have a cold right now because I was
1:04:40
across the street talking to a homeless
1:04:42
woman for about a half an hour
1:04:43
and I'm literally like I'm I feel ill
1:04:45
after just talking to her because I was
1:04:48
surrounded by trash and rats and fecal
1:04:50
matter and urine
1:04:50
wait a minute from where you live I
1:04:53
think that this misplaced compassion is
1:04:59
is the problem yeah I hate to say it but
1:05:03
you need to stigmatize homelessness
1:05:06
people need to feel like they have to
1:05:09
pull themselves up out of something and
1:05:11
if they have substance abuse issues
1:05:13
which i think is a massive factor the
1:05:19
doctor I talked to dr. drew says so so
1:05:21
why not but and he does have experience
1:05:25
with substance abuse we've got to do
1:05:28
something other than will do homeless
1:05:31
because now people who are who are
1:05:34
housed are running into trouble you want
1:05:37
to change something with your shed you
1:05:39
can go get 14 permits maybe now you want
1:05:45
to camp right right - unconscious go
1:05:48
ahead do whatever you want and poop on
1:05:50
the streets while you're at it we had
1:05:52
our first pooping video go viral from
1:05:55
Austin on the corner in fact they got a
1:05:57
note from Sir Mark Hall he's thinking
1:05:59
about yeah I'm telling you San Francisco
1:06:02
leads the way it's true you guys are
1:06:08
always on the leading tip of popular
1:06:10
culture yep sir Mark Hall said that he's
1:06:13
thinking of starting a non-profit he
1:06:15
wants to call it Austin poop action and
1:06:18
the first thing the nonprofit will do is
1:06:21
hold a public poop in at City Hall and I
1:06:24
am in unit poop now we're gonna get the
1:06:27
guy from build the dome to lead the
1:06:29
movement of course we'll have him poop
1:06:30
I'm not gonna poop I think it's this is
1:06:35
it's really really really sad but I have
1:06:38
hope for Austin because people are
1:06:41
really pushing back um particularly
1:06:46
downtown but it's everywhere John it's
1:06:49
pushing back so much on the west coast I
1:06:53
mean of course Austin did welcome the
1:06:57
with open our course like like idiots of
1:07:00
course we'd like idiots and so the
1:07:02
homeless deserve to go there because
1:07:03
they're gonna be welcomed with open arms
1:07:05
and that's not happening here
1:07:07
but at the same time they're not doing
1:07:08
anything about it besides still hiring
1:07:11
more people to clean up poop human poop
1:07:14
on the streets they got a team before
1:07:16
like 7:00
1:07:17
it's almost they got more than that now
1:07:18
mmm okay and Los Angeles apparently it's
1:07:21
worse because in that report but the
1:07:24
woman's bitching to Mona
1:07:25
turns out that this part of it excuse me
1:07:28
a bigger report work because the LA it's
1:07:31
got different climate than up here where
1:07:33
it's pretty moist so the poop stays in
1:07:35
its in a non friable its moldable but
1:07:40
not fried but the poop in in the LA
1:07:43
basin it's a hotter down there and the
1:07:45
poop will dry out and then powder and
1:07:47
turn into dust and then all the
1:07:49
pathogens and everything and you breathe
1:07:52
it and that's what this woman is sick
1:07:53
she says just from being around it
1:07:55
because there's poop everywhere in rats
1:07:57
is the other thing that's the problem
1:07:58
which is the rodent infestation which is
1:08:01
taking place in Los Angeles and I'm sure
1:08:03
it'll be a problem in because rodents
1:08:05
say you know as far as they're concerned
1:08:06
this is great this is NPR with poop talk
1:08:10
Jhansi Dvorak and Adam curry discuss
1:08:14
feces yeah yeah well everyone's got
1:08:21
problems
1:08:22
my Amsterdam is out of control they used
1:08:25
to have not with homelessness but with
1:08:29
tourists they used to have a Bureau of
1:08:31
tourism sure it has been major tourist
1:08:36
attractions do oh it has been renamed
1:08:38
Bureau of tourism management they are
1:08:41
turning people away their kind because
1:08:45
it is over full it's become some kind of
1:08:49
playground you know everything is shut
1:08:51
down throughout all of Europe really all
1:08:54
the fun is gone in Amsterdam which never
1:08:56
at legalized marijuana it's harder and
1:08:59
harder to buy it in the coffee shops
1:09:02
because once you die or you sell the
1:09:04
coffee shop it could never be a coffee
1:09:06
shop again so that's diminished the red
1:09:08
light this job is is the moniker for a
1:09:11
yes I'm sorry the red-light district has
1:09:14
been almost shuttered they have one
1:09:18
street left and now they want to even
1:09:20
close the curtains it was it was a fun
1:09:22
tourist attraction but yeah it was what
1:09:25
you get is tourists coming in drinking
1:09:27
too much eatin the brownies smoking the
1:09:29
weed puking and everyone's plant holders
1:09:32
peeing in mailboxes making a general
1:09:36
nuisance but we live therein in 2000 and
1:09:40
it was already a problem it is just out
1:09:43
of control so this stuff going on or
1:09:47
maybe I just have too many people maybe
1:09:49
a day o'seas on to something less people
1:09:52
maybe no tourism is out mass immigration
1:09:56
is in it's the way of the world
1:09:58
everybody and with that I'd like to
1:10:01
thank you for your courage and say in
1:10:03
the morning to you the man who put the
1:10:05
sea and unwritten Constitution
1:10:07
John C Dvorak well anymore new you mr.
1:10:12
Adam curry in the morning all that boots
1:10:14
on the ground feet in the air subs in
1:10:15
the water and all the Dames tonight says
1:10:17
hey trolls in the morning to y'all good
1:10:20
to see you all there in the troll room
1:10:21
no agendas dream.com incredibly
1:10:24
important element of our show I would
1:10:28
say it feels so good to be live and have
1:10:31
live feedback something that even you
1:10:34
could barely even get back in the radio
1:10:36
days unless you had someone call in its
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color 100 gears have a continuous roll
1:10:41
of people calling us names and saying
1:10:47
thank you that's what we're talking
1:10:49
about so they're trolling and it's good
1:10:52
because it keeps me on my toes you know
1:10:54
and it's something gives me a little
1:10:55
cannon and a little aggravation from
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time to time which is it is appreciated
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especially during the Dave Chappelle
1:11:01
segment quite embarrassing I hope
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there's no log no agendas dream.com you
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1:11:15
in the morning to the artists for
1:11:16
episode 1167 this is Darren O'Neill
1:11:20
and let me see we had a hard time I
1:11:24
recall and go back to the art generator
1:11:27
no agenda art generator calm there was a
1:11:30
lot of what did we have now he actually
1:11:34
had almost nothing we have a couple
1:11:37
pieces I like yeah but not like the
1:11:40
Darren O'Neil piece and I liked one
1:11:42
other piece on there yeah it was
1:11:44
unusable it was the get slogan here was
1:11:48
the bumper stickers the Chinese bumper
1:11:50
stickers no that wasn't it now you're
1:11:53
gonna have to make me do work and yes
1:11:55
sorry let me see what you would have I
1:11:58
think I'm the one there now that was the
1:12:00
one that was no that was there was very
1:12:02
little there and I remember I liked a
1:12:06
taco truck hip okay and that's I liked
1:12:12
the taco truck and I'd like to know
1:12:13
agenda University of those are two I
1:12:14
liked and you said the taco truck was no
1:12:18
good and it was mad and then turned out
1:12:23
we couldn't find anything else and so
1:12:25
you felt with due to fall back on the no
1:12:27
agenda University a sweatshirt which by
1:12:30
the way decided Darren O'Neill is
1:12:32
selling that sweatshirt yes I was going
1:12:35
to mention that
1:12:36
where is he selling that and auntie
1:12:41
spring I think let me just double check
1:12:45
uh uh oh I got a whole page I'll put the
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Jordan Peterson say a parent starting of
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day back after a lovely two-week
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exhibition mm-hmm what does it do it's
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an artist I'm not sure also can you can
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you shoot me an invite to no agenda
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social call i Adam an email yesterday
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after being suspended from Twitter when
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I tried to send him a link to an
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interesting article about the censorship
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of the Tiananmen Square photograph on
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reddit yeah that was a banned photo for
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a little bit there and read it Ron
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stated it because it's it's dangerous
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for your health no you talked about the
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photo of the kid standing in front of
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the tank
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no the photo after the tank rolled over
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the kids you ever seen that one it's
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probably about 18 19 people some of them
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chopped in half by the tank laying there
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it's not a very it's not very detailed
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or yeah he consumers okay it's gruesome
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yeah so that would be against Twitter's
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as health and safety teams terms
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somebody finally and I sent a tweet out
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I reported somebody I keep reporting P
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Mike report Rob Reiner all the time for
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hate speech and so he says am you and
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apparently doesn't never feel either
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they whitelist him that you can't get
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rid of him but I did get somebody kicked
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off account suspended
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oh really proud of myself no sensor
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you're you're part of canceled culture
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very good jcd very good what are they
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what did this person what did this
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entity do but it was so long ago it
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takes forever to do this that I can't
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remember oh that's lame anyway wait wait
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I just I just wanted to finish about the
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invite I'll get you an invite you can
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also go to the chat room the troll room
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that is and I think you do
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exclamation mark in a social I think let
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me see if it works
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yes if you go into the chat room the
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troll room and you do exclamation mark
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in a social it'll give you an invite
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link right there yeah how cool is that
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it's very cool hopefully he's writes
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I'll meet some people on na social from
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the Grand Rapids area or local one I
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have yet to make it to a meet-up well
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make sure you get on the mailing list
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yeah and and check out No Agenda meetups
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lot like Matt Groening he does put the
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was first hit in the mouth on show 666
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while spending two months in Turkey
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aha you had been discussing Gulen and my
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friend wanted to bring
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more information to light I started
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sharing asking questions and was
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reportedly asked if I was CIA I knew
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right away and found the podcast for me
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what was the third gene we had Tim do
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you America
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pew-pew and what was the third one space
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force space war Scott okay that which
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was the second one in the list okay this
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was a couple years before the coup and
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the rest of the world started hearing
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his name that's when I realized that
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atom was from the future in 2015 when
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the migrant caravan started marching
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across Europe
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I remember Adam stating that this would
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be the end of the EU
1:20:02
once again future Adam was correct as we
1:20:06
continue to watch the EU slowly implode
1:20:09
well I often don't agree with many of
1:20:11
your positions I don't think people need
1:20:12
to say that because it's kind of I mean
1:20:19
I don't agree with my wife sometimes I
1:20:21
mean it's kind of do you know what it is
1:20:24
it's a kind of hedge virtue signal I'm
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convinced it's to say I listen to those
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guys of course I don't agree with
1:20:31
everything they say yeah you're right
1:20:34
this exact it's a fact that you don't
1:20:36
have to say another word that's exactly
1:20:38
what it is so people stop doing it I
1:20:41
love that you challenged us to think
1:20:43
about research topics research topics
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and not just the be spoon-fed
1:20:49
information from the media and society
1:20:51
at large your podcast helped me to call
1:20:53
BS on my friends in both universes keep
1:20:56
up the good work
1:20:57
work yeah one small complaint though oh
1:20:59
here we go
1:21:02
small small complaint small complaint
1:21:05
yeah eight or ten episodes back you did
1:21:09
what you said you would never do you
1:21:14
opened up the alternate universe machine
1:21:16
as part of the end of the show mix and
1:21:17
just left us there I did I don't
1:21:21
remember that either that and the fact
1:21:24
that you do the show twice a week on
1:21:26
Thursdays has me a little messed up
1:21:29
lately going to church on Wednesday
1:21:32
something's wrong
1:21:36
so if he's on the list it should be
1:21:39
knighted as Sir Ichabod of the bike path
1:21:42
Korbel yes he is on the list this is the
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good news
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and we were to read no sorry it would be
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a dis I know it's not on the list it
1:21:54
would be appreciated if Adam could
1:21:56
please make sure that there are extra
1:21:58
helpings of bong hits and bourbon at the
1:22:01
round table as I have never been able to
1:22:03
develop the taste for mutton and Mead
1:22:05
you got an extra hit extra extra bong
1:22:08
hit some bourbon at the table I'll take
1:22:10
care of that and I would like to say
1:22:12
that although I sometimes don't agree
1:22:15
with my beautiful wife I soon see the
1:22:17
error of my ways
1:22:19
sorry yeah one night when I don't agree
1:22:23
with her I soon see the error of my ways
1:22:26
I'll bet you do remember candles bathtub
1:22:31
be careful anyway he says he's in
1:22:35
Seattle l-lois
1:22:36
and this was Lake Forest on this on the
1:22:39
spreadsheet onward what does he know he
1:22:41
has it the pew pew in this stuff never
1:22:43
mind there's a need for a rescue mission
1:22:45
when the world is threatened the world
1:22:47
needs help it calls on America
1:22:54
and that's the storage space for you
1:23:00
thought karma okay Jean morphus in
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Bellingham Washington to 7377 be a first
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associate executive reduced read also
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sent a check in a note in he also sent a
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second note for me discuss he's a he's a
1:23:22
an accountant and he has he's a CPA and
1:23:28
he sent me some stuff on the wealth tax
1:23:30
notations which I will put into my files
1:23:33
for a future discussion ITM gentlemen
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clothes find some value in exchange for
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value received a few random comments one
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one thanks indeed for the ongoing
1:23:43
instruction and critical thinking a
1:23:45
couple of years of listening has brought
1:23:47
me to at least the post grad level two I
1:23:50
was going to recommend a meet-up here in
1:23:53
Texas to cysts taxa chooses let me start
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using that cousin Bellingham
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Massachusetts not Washington sorry
1:24:02
Bellingham Massachusetts got it or as he
1:24:05
calls it taxa chooses which presumably
1:24:08
would be well attended we are going to
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do something in October November first
1:24:13
part of November and Mimi and I will be
1:24:16
there however you've recognized very few
1:24:19
producers from this area recently time
1:24:21
to chip in fellow Mass residents or be
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called out as lazy churlish sort short
1:24:26
sighted freeloading douchebags is a
1:24:30
special three a special commendation to
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you both for watch must be an endless
1:24:35
painful hours of watching and listening
1:24:37
to prattling pundits yeah biased
1:24:39
newsreaders and dim-witted polls as you
1:24:43
develop show content and particularly in
1:24:46
an enviable occupation my sincere thanks
1:24:50
for taking that task on and for finally
1:24:54
a shout out to Sir Cal whose magic
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elixir has brought relief to my aching
1:24:59
joints the lavender blossoms solve is
1:25:03
doing it again huh
1:25:05
it's what it does fantastic they would
1:25:07
like a Putin don't worry be happy
1:25:10
warm regards Jean Martha's and then he
1:25:14
sends his PS John I got some thoughts on
1:25:17
the wealth tax
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a lot of good jingoes we haven't played
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in a while I appreciate that
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these are nice okay
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anonymous 234 dollars in 56 cents
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love for you guys and the entire No
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Agenda family it's out of control I
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wanted to give a shout-out to the book
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Dark Alliance by Gary Webb too bad he
1:25:59
suicided himself with two shots to the
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head Maxine Waters even did the prologue
1:26:06
gotta say what's up or say what's up to
1:26:10
grow America to peace I have to go on
1:26:14
that show
1:26:15
yes but it's always it's late it's like
1:26:18
oh well we'll start at 11:00 on
1:26:20
Wednesday or Saturday it's like these
1:26:23
horrible times for me and I'm sorry any
1:26:25
time you want they record it I thought
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they streamed it live
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I got an instrument I got I gotta answer
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them I'm a horrible I'm a horrible pod
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father I've got ants for them I should
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it's on my list
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yeah they got a pretty this pretty good
1:26:46
guys there I I'd loved your interview
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and I need to do it that's all I just
1:26:49
need to do see do you want to talk about
1:26:51
podcasting and I get started know know
1:26:55
what they gonna do is gonna go on about
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moon bases okay they're gonna knows
1:27:00
Rayleigh moon bases to be specific well
1:27:02
that's the only kind there is let's
1:27:04
continue with Robert Bruce so who came
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in with two hundred dollars and fifty
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three cents and he is in pickney
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Michigan hmm ITM John and Adam the best
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tan oh well let me see if I can live my
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it's there you go as requested onward
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till our last associate executive
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producer another anonymous person
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anonymous from parts unknown
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dear pod fathers please send good vibes
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and play and f cancer from my cousin
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Heidi she was recently diagnosed with
1:28:06
stage four cancer in her spine and brain
1:28:09
she's only 39 in an amazing middle
1:28:12
school science teacher who constantly
1:28:14
wins national awards including from Neil
1:28:16
deGrasse Tyson Oh every year she takes
1:28:23
her gifted students to tour NASA she's
1:28:25
just started a treatment this week she's
1:28:28
not a listener but I hope our intentions
1:28:31
will reach her she truly has a lot to
1:28:33
give the world and we don't want to lose
1:28:36
her early to this disease f cancer thank
1:28:39
you for your courage PS John great
1:28:42
write-up on wealth tax yes and of course
1:28:46
we have an F cancer for her and you
1:28:48
never give up you always continue to to
1:28:51
fight against it and that's why we all
1:28:53
wholeheartedly say
1:28:58
you've got karma
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and that is our a list of associate
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executive producers and executive
1:29:10
producers for show 1168 all right Thank
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You execs and associate execs it is
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appreciated as always it's the only way
1:29:18
this system yep
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that's crazy you know I I tried to teach
1:29:22
this Dutch guy at aubergine so it was I
1:29:24
talked about a famous TV guy and started
1:29:27
doing a podcast and his podcast really
1:29:30
took off and now he's back he's like I'm
1:29:35
gonna I'm gonna start doing daily now
1:29:37
and I'm still gonna do stuff on video at
1:29:39
the same time and I'm gonna have
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sponsors like what are you doing this is
1:29:46
the only way to go well there's a thing
1:29:49
called overextending yourself and you
1:29:54
yeah if you're not in a system like for
1:29:57
example I think there's a number of
1:29:58
people on a TV in the radio that do a
1:30:00
lot of radio work they do us daily show
1:30:02
Rush Limbaugh would be a guy who does
1:30:03
the daily show but the better example is
1:30:05
Sean Hannity you just three hours of
1:30:07
radio a day every day except the
1:30:10
weekends and then he does a one-hour TV
1:30:13
show at night yeah you know what he's
1:30:14
probably one of us good sounds like a
1:30:16
robot I know I couldn't do anything like
1:30:19
this but it's but he's in a system he's
1:30:22
in a system but it's also boring he's a
1:30:25
boring system he's just a robot and it's
1:30:29
boring because you have to fill three
1:30:31
hours a day on radio and then you carry
1:30:33
that stuff over into t he sucks he's no
1:30:37
I can't watch him
1:30:38
ya can't well I watched Tucker Carlson I
1:30:41
gotta talk about that right after we
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thank everybody once again and know that
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so I'm watching the fox news i watch
1:31:39
typically i watch well i usually watch
1:31:43
MSNBC during the day and when I say
1:31:45
watch that means I have it streaming on
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my hearing aids that so I can walk
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around the house and do things and you
1:31:51
know but that I can always look over and
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see what's going on Wow yeah but it I
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have no it's what it's is what we do
1:32:00
it's what I do
1:32:01
yeah you have to monitor this stuff and
1:32:03
understand where people are coming from
1:32:05
I will switch I switched over to CNN a
1:32:08
little bit more often these days because
1:32:10
MSNBC you might just called election TV
1:32:13
they have nothing else but election
1:32:15
stuff CNN does the same but they'll
1:32:18
break away oh let's take a look at
1:32:20
brexit for a second you know so please
1:32:22
had the idea that if something horrible
1:32:24
happened and oh I'll hear about it and
1:32:27
Fox I might watch the five for a second
1:32:31
in the afternoon to see who's in the leg
1:32:32
seat and who's in the the Democrat seat
1:32:36
um which is surprisingly often is Donna
1:32:40
Brazile which is a head scratcher in
1:32:42
general and then i'd like to watch
1:32:44
tucker carlson because he has some
1:32:46
interesting guests on but last night
1:32:48
holy crap he did something which really
1:32:51
pissed and actually scratch that he
1:32:55
always does stories about marijuana that
1:32:58
make me angry and not so much the
1:33:00
content of the story but he has the same
1:33:02
damn file footage then I've bitched
1:33:05
about it before you see close up in
1:33:07
little box and the screen in the corner
1:33:09
while here the guest is talking you see
1:33:11
some guy with these nasty yellow fungus
1:33:15
ridden nails rolling up a joint a
1:33:18
shittiest joint you've ever seen it
1:33:20
burns holes halfway down then the guy
1:33:23
licks his fingers were the big saliva
1:33:25
droppings likes trying to stop the
1:33:27
burning that is not how you consume the
1:33:30
holy herb
1:33:32
he took it one step further yesterday
1:33:34
brought on an incredible narc who wrote
1:33:37
a book about the topic and to me it's
1:33:40
like I'm sorry
1:33:41
this is nuts in the aftermath of the
1:33:44
mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton the
1:33:46
country scramble justifiably to
1:33:48
understand what
1:33:48
might have motivated the killer's
1:33:50
ideology seemed like an obvious reason
1:33:53
and we we picked that apart at some
1:33:54
length but could it just be part of the
1:33:57
answer a toxicology report on the Dayton
1:33:59
shooter for example revealed that he had
1:34:01
several drugs in his system including
1:34:03
cocaine and xanax who's also known to be
1:34:05
a longtime user of marijuana now again
1:34:08
the Tucker is for some reason very anti
1:34:11
marijuana you just heard him set this up
1:34:13
by saying he's also known to be a
1:34:16
longtime user of marijuana if he's a
1:34:19
heavy user or whatever's exact words
1:34:21
were that shit stays in your system for
1:34:24
a couple of days so if you're a heavy
1:34:26
user and I will freely admit I may have
1:34:30
been a regular user since I was 15 which
1:34:34
was actually too young I'll be the also
1:34:36
be the first to admit you really
1:34:37
shouldn't be smoking that stuff with
1:34:39
your brain still developing but to say
1:34:41
well alcohol xanax cocaine also known to
1:34:45
have weed okay well there was nothing in
1:34:48
the toxicology report about it so as far
1:34:51
as I'm concerned it's bogus
1:34:52
for example revealed that he had several
1:34:54
drugs in his system including cocaine
1:34:56
and xanax who's also known to be a
1:34:58
longtime user of marijuana it turns out
1:35:01
in fact that many violent individuals
1:35:03
have been avid marijuana users probably
1:35:11
would have because I got his own out
1:35:12
sometimes on some of these clips and I'm
1:35:15
glad you stopped it to point out the
1:35:18
obvious 'ti of what's going on here this
1:35:20
report has nothing to do with marijuana
1:35:23
he throws it in as an afterthought and
1:35:26
then he makes it the topic of
1:35:28
conversation this is the cheapest trick
1:35:30
and by the way I want to point out to
1:35:32
people that because I get this nose
1:35:34
where these guys you know they'd you'd
1:35:37
like to deconstruct him media but they
1:35:39
never deconstruct conservative media
1:35:41
usually because it's so stupid this is
1:35:44
the dumbest cheapest crappiest trick
1:35:48
coughs I've heard from quite a while and
1:35:51
I'm wondering you I want to mention that
1:35:55
Tucker is in the O'Reilly spot which has
1:35:58
always been the anti marijuana our
1:36:01
why I don't know you might as well ask
1:36:04
somebody at Fox because it disappears to
1:36:06
me now and that you brought this up that
1:36:08
this has more to do with the anti
1:36:11
marijuana hour which is that's that's
1:36:13
exact same time slot that Tucker's in
1:36:16
that that or Riley was in and I don't
1:36:17
know why but that's the fact but this is
1:36:19
bullshit this report well it gets worse
1:36:22
and I do want you to hear the narc speak
1:36:24
and I just want to again reiterate I
1:36:27
have standing in this area and I am
1:36:30
certainly not an advocate of if you're
1:36:33
underage to learn use the word knowledge
1:36:35
instead of standing please but I have
1:36:40
used overusing the word standing when I
1:36:41
think knowledge is a better work term
1:36:43
and it's standing ready to me me so
1:36:45
that's legal you are the one that
1:36:48
started the holes
1:36:49
I have standing on this on this very
1:36:51
show I'm remiss I will never say it
1:36:54
again instead of remiss me please say
1:36:56
I'm wrong I have knowledge of this being
1:37:01
a marijuana smoker from the early days
1:37:04
of when I was 15 in the Netherlands I
1:37:06
didn't smoke a lot but by the time I was
1:37:08
17 on the weekends definitely and in my
1:37:11
adult life
1:37:12
there's many years I didn't smoke at all
1:37:14
particularly my daughter was just born
1:37:16
but I've pretty much been smoking every
1:37:19
single day for the last 30 years almost
1:37:22
there 25 maybe and I'm you know so maybe
1:37:25
it's three day at it depends depends on
1:37:27
what the day is what I got to do I'm
1:37:29
very functional I don't think I'm a
1:37:32
violent person I do not have a history
1:37:33
of violence yet I'd maybe I'm just one
1:37:36
of the lucky ones when individuals have
1:37:39
been I never heard the Association
1:37:45
Jamaica where they smoke the ganja I
1:37:49
have never heard an association of
1:37:51
marijuana with violence here it comes
1:37:53
there's a book about it the narc in a
1:37:56
system including cocaine and xanax was
1:37:58
also known to be a longtime user of
1:38:00
marijuana it turns out in fact that many
1:38:03
violent individuals have been avid
1:38:06
marijuana users is there a connection
1:38:08
well experience knows more about this
1:38:10
subject at almost
1:38:10
the former New York Times reporter and
1:38:13
author the fantastic book tell your
1:38:14
children the truth about marijuana
1:38:16
mental illness and violence what what is
1:38:18
we don't want to jump to any conclusions
1:38:20
they're not supported by evidence of
1:38:21
course the whole intro was jumping to
1:38:30
conclusions without any evidence but
1:38:32
what is the evidence that connects
1:38:34
marijuana used to violence so we know
1:38:37
that a large number you know in the wake
1:38:40
of the Dayton killer and the information
1:38:43
that came out about him being you know
1:38:45
having signs of mental illness and
1:38:47
possibly being diagnosed with bipolar
1:38:48
disorder a lot of people said you know a
1:38:51
lot of people in the media well many
1:38:52
people in the media said well there's no
1:38:54
connection between mental illness and
1:38:55
violence there's no real connection
1:38:57
people with mental illness are not
1:38:58
really more likely to be violent than
1:39:00
the rest of the population that is not
1:39:02
true but if you talk about people with
1:39:04
severe mental illness people with
1:39:05
psychosis people with schizophrenia
1:39:07
right those illnesses unfortunately are
1:39:10
highly linked to violence so the best
1:39:12
studies which really come out of Europe
1:39:14
show that as many as 20% of people who
1:39:17
commit homicides have diagnoseable
1:39:19
psychotic disorders and that appears to
1:39:22
be the case in the u.s. too so we so we
1:39:25
know that mental illness accounts for an
1:39:27
appreciable amount of the extreme
1:39:28
violence in not just in the United
1:39:30
States but all over the world and we
1:39:32
also know that cannabis can produce
1:39:34
psychosis drugs in general can produce
1:39:36
psychosis but cannabis specifically can
1:39:38
produce psychosis
1:39:40
so I mean I don't think it's going way
1:39:43
out on a limb to draw the connection
1:39:45
then this use particular issue in
1:39:47
chronic use and acts of violence I mean
1:39:51
what the heck because marijuana is known
1:39:56
to create psychosis and it is in young
1:40:00
children definitely but that's the
1:40:03
connection it's not hard to make the
1:40:06
connection between mass shooters and
1:40:08
marijuana Poly's I think if anything
1:40:12
he's trying to get drug companies to
1:40:14
advertise on the show again this is
1:40:17
despicable but why don't you talk about
1:40:19
what the drug companies are doing by the
1:40:22
way
1:40:22
no report about Johnson & Johnson on
1:40:25
Tucker show no report about the Purdue
1:40:29
Pharma on Tucker show no no let's blame
1:40:33
mass shooting on marijuana that's pretty
1:40:37
bad Hey I think it's unforgivable it is
1:40:43
it's the holy herb can't believe my
1:40:48
voice skip down that stupid yeah so gosh
1:40:54
golly gee golly gee whiz golly gee whiz
1:40:58
people stop that anyway
1:41:01
that's very you shit I'll make you feel
1:41:04
better
1:41:05
give him a douche bag yeah yeah gosh my
1:41:14
gosh golly gee oh so I have a nice old
1:41:17
church we're talking about these online
1:41:19
guys like we're gonna take a piece of
1:41:21
this thing but it's so stupid I just
1:41:23
took the I so mmm this is lawrence
1:41:26
O'Donnell the president is raving
1:41:28
lunatic no contest it's already in the
1:41:32
last slot on the line it's good to go
1:41:36
yeah that was that was quite a fun
1:41:39
little little escapade there where the
1:41:44
he and Rachel Maddow we're talking about
1:41:46
Deutsche Bank having loans to Trump with
1:41:50
Russian oligarchs is cosine
1:41:52
it's true they brought back the old if
1:41:54
true and what did some Trump's person
1:41:59
one of trumps personal lawyers that you
1:42:01
gotta apologize any day oh my goodness
1:42:06
I dug up from I took this from that
1:42:10
actually took just from one of it one of
1:42:11
the Alex Jones Show they dug it up not
1:42:14
Alex Jones just stroke but one of these
1:42:16
other spin-offs he's got a bunch of them
1:42:18
mm-hmm and this is this is from Twitter
1:42:20
check she says Trump 2016 but this is
1:42:22
actually from 2015
1:42:24
this is Trump talking about not getting
1:42:27
flu shots on the Opie and whatever show
1:42:29
it is on XM Sirius XM alright well do
1:42:31
you get the flu shot every year
1:42:33
no why I don't know I've never had one
1:42:36
and thus far I've never had the flu like
1:42:40
the idea of injecting bad stuff into
1:42:42
your body you which is basically what
1:42:45
they do and I guess this one has not
1:42:46
been very effective to start off with
1:42:48
but the last one but I've never had a
1:42:50
flu shot and I've never had the flu I've
1:42:53
been a knock on wood with some water how
1:42:55
is it that you've never had the flu with
1:42:56
all the business you've done over the
1:42:58
years you're always shaking hands I am
1:43:01
shaking hands and I just don't
1:43:03
understand it myself
1:43:05
but I have friends that religiously get
1:43:07
the flu shot and then they get the flu
1:43:09
you know that helps my thinking because
1:43:11
I say why am I doing this and then I've
1:43:13
seen a lot of reports that the last flu
1:43:15
shot is virtually totally ineffective I
1:43:17
passed on this but that doesn't mean
1:43:19
people I know how you're a healthy guy
1:43:22
and I'll bet with those flu germs show
1:43:24
up you go get fired I can't believe
1:43:29
people like those guys so much I never
1:43:35
heard him so I don't know yeah
1:43:37
unfortunately I don't have them a recent
1:43:39
clip of the president saying how
1:43:41
important vaccines are I didn't say flu
1:43:43
vaccine then be great anybody said oh
1:43:44
yeah back to god I haven't got to do
1:43:46
them well I do have an update from the
1:43:48
CDC we're in big trouble when it comes
1:43:51
to measles
1:43:51
did I see earlier in this week breaking
1:43:54
news breaking news woman at concert has
1:43:58
measles it was breaking news who has
1:44:01
measles
1:44:02
but some woman I think was a concert or
1:44:04
a concert or conference and she had
1:44:08
measles and was breaking news breaking
1:44:12
news because she was in the midst of a
1:44:14
lot of people and she might have
1:44:16
infected them with the evil Meisel the
1:44:19
evil measles so you know we got a blaze
1:44:23
so we got to blame this measles stuff on
1:44:25
somebody
1:44:27
evil Meisel we got to blame it on
1:44:30
somebody who should we blame the measles
1:44:32
out and not just the outbreak but we're
1:44:34
about to get D listed as a country this
1:44:36
is how bad it is oh my can you hear it
1:44:43
I'd only have one channel this is crap
1:44:45
piece of shit no like not hearing
1:44:47
anything you didn't hear anything at all
1:44:49
oh my goodness this is such a great clip
1:44:54
let me see if I'm to reboot well no it's
1:44:56
the stream heard it but you're not
1:44:59
hearing it well just bear with me for a
1:45:01
second at the beginning is not that
1:45:02
important you may hear the Nexen rubella
1:45:08
so low that in the year 2000 the World
1:45:11
Health Organization declared eliminated
1:45:14
in the United States now CNN is first to
1:45:17
report that the US Centers for Disease
1:45:19
Control and Prevention says there's a
1:45:21
quote reasonable chance that the US will
1:45:23
lose its measles elimination status as
1:45:26
early as October 1st by the way this is
1:45:28
some idiot who produced this CNN report
1:45:31
this television report where they did
1:45:33
the voice over on the left channel and
1:45:35
everything else on the right channel who
1:45:37
does that anymore dr. William Schaffner
1:45:40
is a longtime adviser to the CDC on
1:45:43
vaccine issues losing the elimination
1:45:45
status of measles yeah you can't hear
1:45:48
okay it's no fun if you can't hear that
1:45:49
now anyway he blames it on the Jews
1:45:52
that's that's the punchline what yeah
1:45:54
I'm the on the Orthodox Jews in New York
1:45:57
who refused refused to get the
1:46:01
vaccinated yeah that's their fault it is
1:46:03
pretty lame anyway so we're in danger of
1:46:07
losing our Meisel free Meisel eradicated
1:46:11
status on the world stage I'm not quite
1:46:13
sure what
1:46:14
that's that is an embarrassment to who
1:46:19
to the country I didn't even know it
1:46:21
existed I don't know which I don't know
1:46:24
which body does this I'm sorry that clip
1:46:26
is the unhearable for you very
1:46:30
interesting that they did that should
1:46:31
Amano do it before you yeah I didn't
1:46:34
catch it I didn't catch it I didn't
1:46:36
catch I would have I was dealing with
1:46:38
the Microsoft Monday what can I tell you
1:46:40
so I was something else you were talking
1:46:42
about diseases go to the mosquito report
1:46:44
oh boy now what more than a pass tonight
1:46:47
some mosquitoes from the Midwest to the
1:46:49
east coast are carrying a virus that can
1:46:52
kill people in days spreading across wet
1:46:55
warm regions where mosquitos thrive
1:46:57
eastern equine encephalitis or Triple E
1:47:00
is being detected at an alarming rate
1:47:03
her brain is trying to heal itself and
1:47:05
she can't do anything until that happens
1:47:07
14 year old Savannah to heart is one of
1:47:10
three suspected cases in Michigan that's
1:47:13
done probably the worst time in my life
1:47:15
I watched my daughter almost check out
1:47:18
while extremely rare Triple E is
1:47:21
incredibly deadly a mortality rate of
1:47:23
30% with no vaccine the virus targets
1:47:27
the central nervous system causing
1:47:29
swelling of the brain mother and wife
1:47:31
Lori Sylvia died over the weekend the
1:47:34
fourth confirmed case of Tripoli in
1:47:36
Massachusetts this is one of the most
1:47:38
deadly mosquito borne infections with
1:47:40
nearly 30 communities now at critical
1:47:43
risk in the state tonight health
1:47:45
officials are warning residents in parts
1:47:47
of New Jersey Michigan and Massachusetts
1:47:49
to avoid outdoor activity during dusk
1:47:52
and dawn the heightened concern comes
1:47:55
just before the holiday weekend as many
1:47:57
flock to the outdoors the advice is
1:47:59
simple use bug spray with DEET on your
1:48:02
body and your clothes and avoid standing
1:48:04
water where mosquitoes breed tonight a
1:48:07
warning protect yourself from a small
1:48:09
bug with a deadly bite you might not
1:48:14
you know it's possibly that was a native
1:48:16
ad for DEET I was going to say why did
1:48:19
they that cuz that's a brand no that's
1:48:21
not a chemical it's not a brand it's a
1:48:23
chemical that's in in various brands uh
1:48:26
insect repellent hmm could be I had not
1:48:32
heard about the killer mosquitoes Oh
1:48:34
gonna die so what exactly are they
1:48:38
infected with equine encephalitis
1:48:42
something he Triple E mm-hmm ACEF
1:48:46
lightest where your head swell your
1:48:47
brain swells correct yeah your brain
1:48:49
swells and then you're you're you're
1:48:50
kind of you've used long shot you die if
1:48:53
you can get through without being brain
1:48:54
damage well thanks for that uplift
1:48:58
neurologist I live next door and they
1:49:00
told me about some of these brain
1:49:02
swelling diseases and the way you're
1:49:04
supposed to do it if you catch it by the
1:49:07
brain is swelling what you hit if you
1:49:10
catch it while you're breathless wait do
1:49:12
you have a headache lessen the swelling
1:49:15
oh god nobody talks about this they you
1:49:22
have to drill a hole in the skull and
1:49:25
let the excess fluid which is
1:49:27
accumulating stream out like you know I
1:49:30
could drain it nice it's like it's like
1:49:33
collecting maple syrup put a little tap
1:49:36
in there mmm and you little boy at the
1:49:38
bottom I always thought that was
1:49:41
gruesome but okay whatever I hated to be
1:49:44
very careful when you drill I guess you
1:49:47
want to get any shards mmm let's do a
1:49:50
little a little OTG off-the-grid report
1:49:53
oh good a couple of things here first
1:49:55
big news rain wait where's the jingle
1:49:57
come on I like the jingle Oh which one
1:49:59
would you like
1:50:00
Oh TG going OTG I'm an OTG got a guy
1:50:06
[Music]
1:50:18
like that yeah happy yeah that's the OTG
1:50:25
yes okay
1:50:28
big news came out as we kind of expected
1:50:33
Amazon has part well we're not gonna say
1:50:36
Amazon will say doorbell camera company
1:50:40
ring owned by Amazon has partnered with
1:50:44
for hundreds police forces across the
1:50:47
United States granting them potential
1:50:50
access to homeowners camera footage and
1:50:52
a powerful role in what the community
1:50:55
calls the nation's new neighborhood
1:50:58
watch the partnership allows police to
1:51:02
automatically request video recorded by
1:51:05
homeowners cameras within a specific
1:51:07
time and area helping officers see
1:51:10
footage from the companies millions of
1:51:12
Internet connected cameras installed
1:51:15
nationwide I just want to read that
1:51:16
again helping officers see footage from
1:51:19
the company's millions of Internet
1:51:22
connected cameras installed nationwide
1:51:24
now you're the company's customers but
1:51:28
ok they're yours I guess probably in the
1:51:31
EULA officers will not receive ongoing
1:51:35
or live video access and homeowners can
1:51:38
decline the requests which ring sends
1:51:41
via email and I have a feeling that if
1:51:45
you don't respond they just do it anyway
1:51:48
and why the hell wouldn't they allow
1:51:50
access regardless of what you say this
1:51:53
is so bad we have created a security
1:51:56
state in our own neighborhoods everybody
1:52:00
on my street has them you cannot walk on
1:52:04
my street without someone seeing you you
1:52:06
must obey that's exactly what it is I I
1:52:09
find this very disturbing and I don't
1:52:13
know what to do you can't vandalize them
1:52:16
because everyone sees you walking up so
1:52:17
I don't know what is there any any
1:52:19
thinking on how we can you can vandalize
1:52:23
them yeah but I don't want to be caught
1:52:24
vandalizing no here's how you do it
1:52:27
no tip for any vandals out there and we
1:52:29
probably have a few few listeners who
1:52:31
are vandals you know the humor the
1:52:33
humorous ones you put a ski mask on run
1:52:38
out of your house as fast as you can but
1:52:40
first you first of all you block put a
1:52:42
piece of wood or something in front of
1:52:43
your own whirring oh I didn't know is
1:52:47
that I gotta take notes hold on okay put
1:52:51
block of wood wood wood yes would put a
1:52:59
ski mask on grab a spray can of do I
1:53:02
need a rope for this is well just a
1:53:05
spray can of black like a maggot hat use
1:53:08
rust-oleum paint cuz it's got some
1:53:10
chemicals in there that might scratch up
1:53:13
the blends uh-huh and then run over to
1:53:16
your neighbors and spray them thing as
1:53:18
fast as you can making sure that you're
1:53:20
not being you can't be seen from other
1:53:22
ring doorbells good leaving your own
1:53:24
house if you can make sure of that then
1:53:27
you can do it no the the whole street is
1:53:30
well we're honest cul-de-sac so we're
1:53:32
blanketed all the way around I don't
1:53:34
think you can see your porch from
1:53:36
another house the minute you get on the
1:53:39
street everybody can see you so the
1:53:42
minute you walk out your driveway
1:53:44
everybody can see me in this
1:53:47
configuration where we're gonna
1:53:48
cul-de-sac that's that's where we live
1:53:51
so I don't like your idea I wish there
1:53:54