Cover for No Agenda Show 1169: Hockeystick Hoax
September 1st, 2019 • 2h 48m

1169: Hockeystick Hoax

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and sucking all the scooters up into the
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air and then throwing scooters all over
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the place it's scooter NATO Adam curry
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episode 11 this is no agenda from
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northern Silicon Valley where it's a
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beautiful day in the neighborhood
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I'm still not gonna see the movie I'm
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John see Devorah Sunday he's not
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inspired that's great there goes 3 4 5 6
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7 8 9 10 10 cars or so there you go
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thank you for that report
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you're welcome yes alright just in time
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so we both got an experience upgrade
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with our Skype I just wanted to say one
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thing that I don't understand I after
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that huge upgrade just before the last
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show yeah the giant windows upgrade so
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now when I click on if I open outlook
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which I use for email any link did I
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click on it does not open the browser
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does not open this link I get a dialog
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box that says something unexpected rent
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went wrong with this URL and it gives me
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the URL and that says the file or
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directory is corrupted and unreadable
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what the hell is that no idea I got it
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I've got one what did you get I get mine
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is I looked it up - this started
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happening after that big upgrade you're
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talking about yeah so I go so here's
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what I do I've got one of my printer I
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get Photoshop or or fan view whatever it
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is I go to print and it immediately
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prompts me to save the file
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instead of printing oh really and it's
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not like a PDF printer that's selected
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or something well first I thought it was
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something sketchy
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they just need a reboot because this has
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been happening you gotta you gotta shut
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it down shake it and then reboot it and
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see what happens like an etch-a-sketch
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so i rebooted it didn't change anything
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let me try Photoshop I went to Photoshop
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same thing hit the print but it goes it
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says save to file your prints pool no
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doubt or something okay a lot of people
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it's happened before is this note was
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from 2012 trying to print a document and
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the printer props to save the file
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instead of printing it goes on it could
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somebody help and there's no the help is
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bullcrap there's no help as usual and
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all these online when it comes to
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Windows there's no help I just I just
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recommend before we always recommend
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here on the show just jiggle the handle
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a little bit one of the solutions was
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this reinstall the printer drivers oh
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you you print a lot of stuff are you
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whining I want to make sure this was
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phenomenon that was just something to do
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with the printer and I rebooted it yeah
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so I went to the browser
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let me just print a browser page yeah or
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let me take the document that I was
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gonna print in or a fan view and just
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grab it and throw it under the browser
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where it's now printable okay so I hit
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the print button on the browser printed
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fine huh great
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[Music]
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there you go there's Fletcher exactly it
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sucks
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anyway that's so much for our tech news
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this morning very happy to bring that to
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the everybody that's right well we had a
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another shooting in Texas yesterday mass
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shooting and this news I was watching
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that football yeah well it was big here
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of course well what the report that came
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out first was two shooters one in Odessa
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one in Midland the Midland is right to
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the west of Texas and Odessa is down the
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road further to the west of Texas so
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they the first reports were you know 30
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shots two different shooters two
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different cities of course you know this
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was not what it turned out to be and I
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tuned into what station was this it was
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the Odessa television station we know
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that one part now these guys are in the
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mall where there was no shooting but
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they're in the mall it's one of those
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setups where you have offices and etc
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and radio stations used to have that I
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guess this TV station people can look
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through the window and see the TV studio
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we know that one person has been taken
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into custody that's all we know we don't
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know about person that may have also
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been involved there are multiple scenes
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around town a lot of people saying is
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videos of officers here and there we're
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just seeing people oh we're running
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through the most right going on over
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here we're not sure what's going on at
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the mall we probably need to get off
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what happened here is people started
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running past their windows so they panic
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everywhere now five people did get
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killed and we don't know very much about
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it other than or at least as of this
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morning it was one guy who was pulled
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over on the road between Midland and
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Odessa traffic stop he gets out shoots
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the cop right away and then dry
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to Odesa just shooting people on the
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highway and i don't know what what
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weapon he was using it seems like if
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you're driving and shooting yeah a
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handgun might be easier but he killed
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five people and wounded at least 20
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others while driving
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apparently and then he stole a mail
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truck and that's where they ultimately
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got him and they got him in the mail
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truck and they shot him dead so we may
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never know exactly what was going on but
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thank goodness Beto O'Rourke right away
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went out to to go and politicize
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everything so always about politics it's
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not about these families these people
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the people affected know right away we
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got to go to politics cuz and then you
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do it with us into your face like Beto
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and then you know what when you're on
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CNN throw in some of your curse words
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he's been really good at that lately and
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he seems to be gaining traction the
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rhetoric that we've used the thoughts
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and prayers that you just referred to it
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has done nothing to stop the epidemic of
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gun violence to protect our kids our
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fans no stop so people are now bitching
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and moaning they've been doing this for
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a while about and it's mainly Democrat
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Twitter were yelling at Republican
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Twitter and it goes something like this
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they're all bitching about these
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thoughts and prayers the very same
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people when a celebrity dies will say
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r.i.p love and light you know it's it's
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kind of stupid the epidemic of gun
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violence and to protect our kids our
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families our fellow Americans in public
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places at a Walmart in El Paso we're 22
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were killed in Sutherland Springs in a
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church one or two a day all over this
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country a hundred killed daily in the
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United States of America we're averaging
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about 300 mass shootings a year mass
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shootings determined as what is it three
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or more people hit by gunfire in one
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incident I think this very is a very low
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standard no other country comes close so
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yes this is fucked up and if we don't
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call it out for what it is
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oh yeah
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don't care man he'll just say whatever
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he needs to say just to you out about
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yeah I would send in a complaint to the
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FCC Amy yes this is fucked up it's
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closed so yes this is fucked up and if
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we don't call it out for what it is if
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we're not able to speak clearly if we're
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not able to act decisively then we will
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continue to have this kind of bloodshed
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in America and I cannot accept that and
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so we're gonna sleep as defiantly and as
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strongly as we can but we're also gonna
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take action
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universal background checks so I thought
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that would be good I so for the end of
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show yes this is fucked up what do you
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think yeah you got something better
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maybe I don't have any I didn't find any
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I suppose I didn't learn anything I
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don't like it okay it's been one for two
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I can give you ten reasons but I can
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give you two good ones one is beta world
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Rorick one reason is enough what is to
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do yeah I don't like the word I don't
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like the term no the second one is it
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makes it sound like that word it's a
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commentary on the show
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I'm sure better would say the same thing
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about our show what to say that he'd
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love to be the guy saying that at the
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end of our show so I just stayed on bed
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oh because he was and of course this is
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not far from El Paso El Paso is just a
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little bit more West from Odessa and I'd
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followed him around and he's just
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throwing out a mean fest of ideas that
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have a list more than I worry about the
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politics or the polling more than I care
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about what the NRA has to say on this I
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care for my kids and this country and
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people who live in terror every day
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people in El Paso Mexican Americans and
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say I feel like I have a target on my
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back I'm afraid to go out in public
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kids who thinking about going to school
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tomorrow having gone through active
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shooter drills already know which
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bookcase they're gonna pull down which
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window they're gonna jump out of this is
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not right and we should not accept it
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and we should be honest with ourselves
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universal background checks will help
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ending the sales of weapons of war will
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help weapons of war this is
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no nukes but if millions of them remain
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on the streets they will still be
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instruments of terror instruments of
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terror weapons of war instruments of
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terror he should have said tools of
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terror that terrify and terrorize us
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terrify terrorized instruments of terror
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and take our lives but what about not
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gonna accept them
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but what about the kind of world why is
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he not going do so would it help a so is
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his town that got shot up you know a
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couple weeks ago well it's better he's
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better old dynamic that USA Today the
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editorial board is putting in there that
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if you go too far that it'll kill the
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whole thing this this is about the gun
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buyback that he wants to do a mandatory
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gun buyback and which of course is the
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definition of infringing and creating a
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law about the right to bear arm ok the
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editorial board is putting in there that
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if you go too far that it'll kill the
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whole thing this this triangulation
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calculation poll testing every move
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that's what got us here in the first
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place I listen to those students from
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parkland Florida March for our lives
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that came out with a bold plan for peace
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that talks about many of the measures I
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just described a national gun registry
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licensing for every American who owns a
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firearm use that gun for self-protection
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to hunt to collect to shoot at target
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practice but you don't need an ar-15 and
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ak-47 I got a question
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I keep hearing 8 or so ar-15 we all know
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what that is it's it's a semi-automatic
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rifle that looks very scary the
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necessarily night yeah well I want to
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focus on the ak-47 this is thrown about
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very easily I don't believe these are
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actual fully automatic ak-47s floating
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around in the country am I wrong about
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this is there I don't know of anyone who
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has a fully automatic ak-47 ar-15 that's
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fully automatic either no but I'm just
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saying that when you say
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a k47 that is the classic coalition a
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coffee it's a very simple gun and it
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does single shot or automatic and they
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just throw that out next to ar-15 but I
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don't is there a market in the US I
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don't I don't I never got the
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implication that it was a machine gun
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what so my question is is there a
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separate line of ak-47s that are
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single-shot only and I don't believe
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that exists and I think an ak-47 is an
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ak-47 which can be used fully automatic
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any way that I have no idea someone
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would get best we I don't believe that
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to be true
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because it's illegal to have an
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automatic hugely cool that is a weapon
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of war designed to kill people as
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efficiently as effectively and as great
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a number as possible that that high
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impact high velocity rounds it
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distributes its entire kinetic energy in
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your body and destroys your insides we
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talked to the surgeons who treated the
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victims in El Paso many of them had been
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on the battlefields in Iraq in
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Afghanistan they said these are wounds
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of war how many likes the alliteration
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does any weapons of war tools of
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terrorism wounds of war now this is all
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desperate
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it's horrible of course but but I just
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want to say something to people who
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listen to our show to get kind of
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highlights and not be drowning under the
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dreck that is shoveled on top of you by
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the mainstream while horrible and while
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crap and a super day wrecker there's
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probably five other people that died in
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these two towns in on the same day from
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other for other reasons then what
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happens is if you and I I pulled up the
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statistics in 1990 to 2017 of violent
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crime in the United States and I know
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this is an argument that's used all the
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time but I just want to add something to
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it so in 1990 we were looking at 729
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violent crimes per 100,000 people
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in the United States and that graph that
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goes
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to 2017 where we're at 382 point nine
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violent crimes per 100,000 people and
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you animate the graph is it's like the
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it's like looking at the climate gate
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graph in Reverse but what's happened
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since 1990 or really since 1995 let's
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give it a fair number is our access to
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media has skyrocketed and the channels
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that stuff is coming in it's just
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everywhere and what gets focused on is
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the stuff that scares us and you know
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I'm think that there was a lot more
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violent crime going on decades ago but
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you didn't hear about it or you didn't
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hear about it quickly there wasn't such
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an onslaught and it really is messing up
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our brains even I have you know this is
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a couple mass shootings in Texas not
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that far away so you start to think and
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you know kids start to think well when
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is it my turn when when I'm just gonna
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be in the wrong place at the wrong time
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we're being terrorized and if it's
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really I think it's probably getting a
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223 as shot at you is not healthy but
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this is also a slow death for people
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it's very very unhealthy and I don't
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know what to do about it but I just
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wanted to say we need to put this into
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perspective because that's all they
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focus on is these types of deaths
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there's all kinds of things that happen
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bad stuff happens to good people every
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single day but we just terrorized
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everybody terrorized the kids terrorized
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everybody that's all that they seem to
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love yeah they do and I think it's mass
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shootings air accidents these kinds of
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things knew they always made the news
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but for instance did you hear about 10
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teenagers shot in an Alabama High School
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football game yesterday no no no of
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course not
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first of all black so it doesn't count
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oh sorry you're black we can't unless
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was a white guy shooting yet no so they
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don't even don't even focus on that to
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us I I've said this since day one of
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this show people moan and groan about
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all these shootings they never even
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talk about Auckland which is this one of
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the shooting capitals yeah people
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getting shot all the time but it's
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terrorism the true tool of terrorism is
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the m5m the mainstream media is the tool
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of terrorism
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it's terrorizing our own people yes now
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there is something that's read it if it
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leave if it leaves it bleeds is what
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you're literally know if it bleeds it
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leads yeah there we go
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as in the lead so but now there's a new
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term that has popped up which I heard in
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conjunction with the big town hall in
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Austin regarding the homelessness
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situation the unhoused and the term is
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behavioral health so we have mental
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health and we have behavioral health
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have you heard of such a difference well
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okay I can actually I did I got an
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actual answer to that the article I have
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here from Alvar Nia University
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behavioral health versus mental health
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what's the difference so behavioral
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health describes the connection between
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behaviors and the health and well-being
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of the body mind and spirit
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this would include how just summarize I
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should be exercising more is that what
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we're talking about here I'm not sure
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this would include how behaviors like
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eating habits drinking or exercising
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impact physical or mental health however
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during the 70s and 80s behavioral health
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almost entirely referred to behaviors
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that prevent illness or that promote
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health later the term began to include
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behaviors that help people manage
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disease most recently behavioral health
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incorporated mental health I'm not quite
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it does that doesn't really explain
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anything to me but they the least F I
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was after the show on Thursday which I
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really I wanted to considered going to
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this big town hall but a I was tired and
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B I found out they were gonna have a
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video taped anyway and
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once you see that you have to fill out
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you know ten pages of forms just to get
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a question asking like now that this is
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not I'm not going to go there so I
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watched all two hours what a shit show
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the City of Austin so we had the mayor
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we had the I'd say the Financial
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Comptroller we had representative from
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APD from the police department
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they had a moderator you know so they
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had a panel of eight people and I'm one
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of these hippie hipster moderators you
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know the kind you bring into your
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company now here's some big rocks here's
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some little rocks now what do we put him
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first the big rocks are the little rocks
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you know one of those guys so he was
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doing the the moderation they also had a
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community advocate and so they're
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talking and then I just wanted to play
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this on a single clip from from this
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two-hour session where you can hear the
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attitude of the city and how they feel
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about people experiencing homelessness
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which by the way if they didn't have to
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use that whole sentence every single
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time people experiencing homelessness it
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would have taken them only an hour and a
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half to get through this meeting it's so
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cumbersome just say people who are
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homeless that's a lie by the way
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experiencing homeless they're not
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experiencing they're homeless to
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experience homelessness if you if you
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sleep on the street for a day it's like
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and it's not so it's not supposed to
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hurt their to be right is this new world
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maybe a theme song anyway just listen to
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this this is the community I think first
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we will hear from the guy from Austin
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Police Department and we'll get to the
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community advocate you'll hear it soon
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enough so Chris you're a community
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advocate you work directly with homeless
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why do you care about this visual God
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because this shouldn't exist because
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it's a form of extreme poverty that
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should not happen in the richest country
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in the history of human civilization
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and I believe that you know we we have a
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duty we have a responsibility as a city
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and as fellow citizens to make sure that
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everyone is housed and has what they
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need ultimately to get by day to day so
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chief you have some thoughts on this
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maybe safety I want to just reinforce
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the importance of calling us when you
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see that suspicious behavior because
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although we may not be able to take any
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specific action in that instance we
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already a to driven Department we do
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collect data on where things are
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occurring where crimes occurring yeah
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just this is a quick interruption there
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before all this started they were asking
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about the loss there it has there been
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an increase in crime since the city
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ordinance was lifted and you can camp
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anywhere except for in front of City
22:03
Hall of course and the the guy from the
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police department was saying well we
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don't have any data to show that but
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what he meant was we actually don't have
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any data we have no data they have zero
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data on these past six weeks but that
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got reported here in Austin is no proof
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you know one of those deals it's really
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despicable with it
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I want to just reinforce the importance
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of calling us when you see that
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suspicious behavior because although we
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may not be able to take any specific
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action in that instance we are a
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data-driven department we do collect
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data on where things are occurring where
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crimes occurring when it's occurring and
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that's how we deploy our officers based
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on both time and location so it's
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important to note when these things are
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happening about us yeah I also just want
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to make sure that we really start to
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identify what criminal activity means
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and what it is people just being in a
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place because they have nowhere else to
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be it's not a crime
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I think it's really starting to focus so
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what the lady is screaming here is yeah
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if I have too many people at my house
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it's against the law it's considered a
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party and I have to break it up but okay
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it's alright these people couldn't do
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whatever they want this is this is the
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this is the public versus the people
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running the city on stage in a place
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because they have nowhere else to be
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it's not a crime I think it's really
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starting to focus really starting to
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focus on hands you know no one no one's
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up here advocating for people build us
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all other folks or be able to be
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aggressive in nature we would now wait
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for the for the for the community
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advocate except we wouldn't expect that
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from our community from our house
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community so we don't expect it from
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people experiencing homelessness so
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there we just have to really be able to
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identify what it is that we're talking
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about when we discuss criminal activity
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if something looks like criminal
23:59
activity you know that's not actually
24:01
mean that it is criminal activity is
24:03
just people living there doing heroin
24:07
that's not criminal the question as well
24:16
because this people that are that are
24:20
camping in your neighborhoods are your
24:21
neighbors too
24:25
[Applause]
24:32
and I think it's clear that we need to
24:35
it's clear that the city needs to it's
24:39
clear that the city needs to provides
24:41
additional resources to help limit the
24:43
impacts on house neighbors of camping
24:46
which also is gonna really help people
24:48
that are camping currently to live in
24:51
more sanitary conditions do you notice a
24:53
trend here you're not homeless
24:55
you're camping completely different
24:58
you're a neighbor of your house neighbor
25:01
of someone who's camping which also is
25:04
gonna really help people that are
25:05
camping currently to live in more
25:08
sanitary conditions and be healthier
25:10
themselves and so I really do support
25:12
immediately providing those sorts of
25:14
things trash pickup I take 35 dollars a
25:16
month for my trash pickup two
25:18
porta-potties and other types of
25:20
services but I think it's really
25:21
important to understand that you know
25:23
people in your neighborhoods are your
25:25
neighbors and and I know a lot of folks
25:29
are feeling victimized by people camping
25:31
their neighbors but almost every single
25:35
one of those folks would switch places
25:36
with you if they could we're all trying
25:44
to get to a place where we can to live
25:46
together and live together well sad
25:50
thing is this people in the audience who
25:52
were all in with this jamoke oh yeah
25:55
yeah I will say this just as an aside at
25:59
least the sound was good it took a while
26:04
to find a version with the sound that
26:06
was good believe me and I only had four
26:08
views no one cares
26:10
I've seen most of these four views -
26:17
somebody's oh yeah there's a lot of that
26:21
there's a lot of that so a couple things
26:23
so this behavioral health I heard a lot
26:27
camping is good camp Watson you're not
26:29
they're not homeless they are neighbors
26:31
who are camping and neighbor Shane and I
26:34
think the biggest cop-out of all and our
26:36
mayor uses that a lot is we all have to
26:39
work together you know why because when
26:41
it doesn't work when we did not work
26:42
together I know there were certain
26:44
elements who didn't work together
26:45
with us it's like ah anyway here's the
26:49
here's a a television report by the way
26:53
before you continue uh I want to say
26:56
because Mimi's involved in City Council
26:58
work in Port Angeles hmm
27:02
welcome to the USA they're all like this
27:05
the City Council specifically you mean
27:08
yes I've in fact she's always bitching
27:10
to me she's I said no I said they're all
27:16
like this they're all second-rate it is
27:20
really pathetic because it should be the
27:22
foundation of the country
27:23
yes I know it's a bunch of use usually
27:25
egomaniacs and people who write because
27:27
nobody else wants to run that yet to
27:29
blame the public at large and it's and
27:32
they're all corrupted there's a this
27:34
minor corruption it's like petty
27:35
corruption it permeates all the City
27:38
Council's from San Jose the Port Angeles
27:42
to Duluth I'm sure lutely for Berkeley
27:47
deep in the heart of Texas is one of the
27:51
you know flying little capital cities of
27:54
the world
27:54
yeah it just is it it's I don't know
27:57
what to tell you and I don't know what
27:59
what you can do about it well find
28:01
people who want to run with the better
28:04
message and support um I guess and are
28:05
they not in our district but they had to
28:08
pay more
28:09
what do you mean pay more they don't pay
28:11
enough money for these people $76,000
28:16
every council member uh most places is
28:20
next to nothing like nothing in many
28:25
places volunteer work yeah well they're
28:27
getting seventy six thousand dollars on
28:29
the next City Council Austin Texas yep
28:31
every single member I looked it up
28:33
because I wanted to see if it was worth
28:34
it it's not we get beaten up okay it
28:40
maybe if I could do the podcast you
28:42
could do the podcast and be the city
28:44
council person unfortunately I know what
28:46
would happen you'd be bitching and
28:47
moaning so much it was the show the
28:50
podcast Austin City Council podcast
28:53
we're not gonna do that
28:55
but I will support anyone who wants to
28:56
rouse this who we have here Garza I
28:59
think I'm gonna get some guy here so
29:03
here's the news report on the city's new
29:05
plans we've changed things a little bit
29:07
everybody we're working together like a
29:09
team we want to update you on the city's
29:11
plans for creating more homeless
29:13
shelters in Austin first there's the new
29:16
shelter coming to South Austin off of
29:18
Ben White Boulevard the city approved
29:20
spending a little more than eight and a
29:22
half million dollars to buy an existing
29:24
26,000 square foot office building there
29:27
and to turn it into a shelter council
29:30
members are adamant that this will not
29:32
be a drop-in shelter like the arch but
29:34
this plan isn't going over well with
29:36
some who live nearby the petition
29:38
against it has more than 5,700
29:41
signatures so far and the other shelter
29:44
is the Salvation Army the Salvation
29:47
Army's new ARAG Gaber on tan hill lane
29:50
in East Austin it's meant to house
29:52
families with children and even though
29:54
there was a ribbon-cutting ceremony for
29:56
it in June no one's living there now The
29:58
Salvation Army still needs money and an
30:01
occupancy certificate from the city
30:03
before people can move in city leaders
30:06
have long said the way to fix
30:08
homelessness is to address affordable
30:10
housing needs
30:11
most recently the city approved buying
30:13
300 new affordable homes and
30:15
specifically 140 of those will be for
30:18
people who are homeless have
30:20
disabilities or have other critical
30:22
needs
30:24
now I understand when you're talking
30:26
about a pipeline of homelessness and
30:28
people who actually just fall off the
30:31
edge because of a medical situation or
30:34
something else and it can happen shoot
30:36
it could happen to me quite easily
30:38
although I of course I married to keep
30:40
or so you know be okay but four years
30:43
whew I made it four years living on the
30:47
edge you know it's like what were the
30:49
donations be who knows you you missed
30:50
two shows and your D platforms or
30:53
something like that and then it becomes
30:56
a problem I understand that and I think
30:59
there's probably a good reason to have
31:00
some temporary housing for people and
31:02
families to help him catch up so they
31:04
can figure it out but we're talking
31:06
people who've been homeless unhoused
31:09
experiencing it for eight years nine
31:13
years twelve years they live they live
31:16
effectively outdoors and now they're all
31:19
just coming in into the city hey we can
31:22
camp there why not it's a lot closer to
31:23
everything is where I can get drugs if I
31:25
want them and I'd said it's very very
31:29
sad and before you know it we'll be like
31:31
Philadelphia help was on the way to deal
31:33
with the hepatitis A outbreak it began
31:35
with the Health Department declaring a
31:37
public emergency the emergency
31:39
declaration is really to call the health
31:41
care community to partner with us
31:43
rapidly to administer vaccine to as many
31:46
of these folks at risk as we can as soon
31:48
as possible to quell this outbreak since
31:50
January a hundred and fifty-four people
31:52
were diagnosed with hepatitis A compare
31:55
that to twenty one cases in all of 2018
31:58
officials wanted vaccinated those most
32:00
at risk drug users and people who are
32:03
homeless vaccinate them against
32:04
hepatitis A and protect them from
32:06
getting this so that we can stop this
32:07
outbreak in addition to the pop-up
32:09
clinics like this one this week in
32:11
Kensington to McPherson Park the city
32:14
will install hand-washing stations in
32:16
the next couple of weeks to help contain
32:18
this contagious virus the city also
32:21
intends to provide public toilets and
32:22
public facilities a great idea to keep
32:25
us safe and
32:27
for health and body skinny daddy don't
32:30
send the body because it is slowed down
32:32
this emergency will stay intact until
32:35
the commissioner believes that it is
32:36
contained now a madman shooter is one
32:39
thing it's definitely something to be
32:41
afraid of but this really scares me and
32:44
this is what we were predicting in San
32:46
Francisco they would just be floating
32:47
around everywhere now it seems to be
32:49
happening in Philadelphia
32:51
well there's hepatitis A there is
32:54
cholera there's a number of other
32:57
ailments that all come from transference
33:00
via poop mm-hmm and you have in Texas
33:03
I'd be more concerned there than
33:06
anywhere mainly because it's when the
33:09
poop dries out and then becomes dust oh
33:12
we are it's dusty here he will breathe
33:15
it and you're breathing poop that's
33:17
contaminated probably or maybe or maybe
33:20
not and the next thing you know you have
33:22
a real problem on your hands and there's
33:24
nothing you're gonna do about it
33:25
overnight what does hepatitis A duty to
33:28
you actually what what is there what
33:29
blows out your liver oh well I might
33:32
need that I mean what might need that I
33:36
might need my liver now is can you
33:42
because there's a vaccination against it
33:44
apparently Cain is there a cure it's
33:49
chronic oh you don't get rid of it no I
33:53
don't think so then geez hmm so on that
33:56
upbeat note how you doing you got
33:59
anything because that's that's
34:00
everything from Texas today we're
34:02
shooting people we've got people camping
34:05
it's beautiful well looks like the
34:10
pac-12 still sucks packed well uh
34:12
anybody else needs to know that little
34:14
piece of tidbit information
34:16
what's a pac-12 yeah never mind it's the
34:20
football league out here oh okay
34:23
college college football began okay well
34:27
there's a mother I got some clips from
34:29
some interesting things we might at
34:30
least get the Hong Kong update out of
34:32
the way cuz there's a new twist I
34:33
thought was very creative
34:34
cuz as you know in Hong Kong during
34:36
these riots the Hong Kong they've got
34:38
they got the umbrellas out this would
34:40
things bounce off the umbrella yeah yeah
34:42
they put a cone on top of the gas
34:46
canisters and then pour water on there's
34:48
a bunch of things going on but this
34:49
little new one has got this load they've
34:51
- this is I like this authorities banned
34:54
today's March but tens of thousands of
34:56
demonstrators gathered at government
34:57
headquarters the protesters armed
34:59
themselves with makeshift weapons and
35:01
shields as they confronted police who
35:03
fired blue tinted water from cannons to
35:05
mark the protesters this weekend marks
35:07
the 13th week of unrest and falls on the
35:10
five-year anniversary of a decision by
35:12
China to limit democracy in the
35:14
semi-autonomous territory that
35:16
announcement launched a 79 day
35:18
occupation of Hong Kong streets by
35:20
pro-democracy demonstrators known as the
35:23
umbrella movement why did they you'd why
35:25
do they choose blue hot bright yellow or
35:30
bright blank wouldn't you want something
35:32
good I don't know what you would want
35:35
you have your spring Asians who have
35:40
brown skin and you want something to
35:42
show up on a brown skin maybe the blue
35:44
dye works I don't know but I thought the
35:46
idea of shooting diet because this is
35:48
what those dye packs doing to bank
35:50
robbers yes you know you put a date to
35:53
dumb bank robbers they put a bunch of
35:55
money in a bag and put a dye pack in
35:57
there and then it explodes all over them
36:00
throws dye all over the ball over the
36:02
money I had a one of those bills once by
36:04
the way I mean it still you still take
36:06
cash for me but it's or dial over the
36:09
money and then throws dye all over you
36:11
and it's just stuff that doesn't come
36:13
off for a month they have they do that
36:15
with clothing net tags as well now they
36:17
also have dye dye bombs things that they
36:22
unclip before you leave the store yeah
36:24
so if you try to hammer it yourself it
36:26
won't it'll hammer on you basically
36:31
and and it also ruins the garment so it
36:34
can't be returned for cash which is
36:35
really the scam which is what most
36:37
people want to do I want to take it and
36:39
they want to return it I bet there's a
36:41
very high percentage of women in in the
36:43
United States who frequently go to a
36:47
store buy an outfit wear it for the
36:50
evening keep the tag on and return
36:52
you kidding it's almost every woman I
36:55
work with all the broadcasting people
36:58
I've ever worked with in the Bay Area
37:00
all of them do that all of them not one
37:04
or two there used to be a place across
37:07
from me vo that was up on the other side
37:10
the street up and over it was on the
37:11
corner it was some fancy dancy place and
37:15
everybody would go over there and they'd
37:17
grab a garment they really the height
37:19
they have tape they tape up to the old
37:21
tags and they were on the air they could
37:25
have expensed it what's the problem
37:28
nobody expenses clothes either have a
37:31
dart unit was my company I would have
37:33
signed off on it
37:35
no you wouldn't believe me if you were
37:38
signing off on the clothes you're broke
37:44
how dishonest yeah they'd go over there
37:48
well aware of this
37:52
men don't do this no men don't do this
37:55
you don't care but all the women do and
37:57
they they take they get a little piece
37:59
of tape they tag the thing up and they
38:01
go and they do its thing on the air you
38:03
know we had this a tech TV and we had a
38:06
lot a lot of women and they've all did
38:09
it one time they didn't do it as much as
38:10
they did a meteo but they did it one
38:12
time or they all did it all of them and
38:15
they would go and they'd say that's
38:17
really nice yeah I got it so so I think
38:18
I'm probably gonna take it back but I
38:21
was gonna keep it and they take his
38:24
stuff back is very common with a lot of
38:27
women especially that wasn't working in
38:29
broadcasting and it's not like I'm just
38:31
scandal oh well I just kind of noticed
38:35
this hmm interesting well this morning
38:45
just came back to Hong Kong there was
38:48
more chaos this is reporter just picked
38:50
up from this morning just to give us the
38:51
most recent news hundreds of protesters
38:54
gathered outside Hong Kong's
38:55
International Airport on Sunday as
38:57
pro-democracy rallies showed no signs of
38:59
abating the demonstrators are determined
39:02
to carry on their campaign despite
39:03
increasingly violent calm
39:05
concessions with police and warnings
39:07
from Beijing dangerous everyone who's
39:10
out here today is prepared to be
39:11
arrested dangerous isn't an excuse you
39:15
shouldn't ignore what's happening
39:16
because we think it's dangerous and let
39:19
Hong Kong fall by disrupting air and
39:21
train services the protesters once again
39:23
focused international attention on their
39:25
actions
39:26
he said the gathering was illegal and
39:28
warned of a dispersal operation
39:30
did you see the the footage of the of
39:32
the Train where the riot police are just
39:34
hammering on people they just wait for
39:37
the doors to open and go in and kick
39:38
their asses yeah those are trains from
39:41
China yeah I think these are all Chinese
39:44
from the mainland and meanwhile we've
39:46
got military buildup which Beijing says
39:50
it's just regular rotation nothing to
39:52
see here they got tanks they got all
39:53
kinds of stuff rolling around in the
39:55
neighborhood I don't know if they've
39:57
always been there but it seems like it's
39:59
kind of being under played by the media
40:02
well we'll find out soon enough to see
40:04
well they again it may go on to October
40:07
so they have their celebration then come
40:09
in and kick ass by the way I was
40:12
watching this was like a couple of weeks
40:14
ago and I've been trying to find it I
40:16
didn't take good enough notes but there
40:20
was Christina Amanpour some PBS thing
40:23
where she interviews four or five people
40:24
yeah and her anxious way and they had
40:28
some Democrat on there who was talking
40:30
about the Chinese Hong Kong riots
40:32
claiming that they were they were
40:34
protesting Trump's racism and I can't
40:39
for the life of me find this clip oh but
40:44
I threw it out there anyway unproven so
40:49
anyway yeah anyway we'll see I mean the
41:02
reporting is just all kind of the same
41:04
but it's been spinning this way for a
41:06
while so I think it's very important
41:08
what happens for Chinese man for tour
41:11
Hong Kongers yes the Hong Kongers is not
41:15
this constant it's the Hong Kong
41:18
while you define everything of course
41:20
there's other some other protests going
41:23
on there's some dissent I get a PBS
41:25
report dissent in Russia Oh what was
41:29
this about in Moscow today thousands
41:31
March to protest rules that bar some
41:33
opposition candidates from running for
41:35
City Council marchers at the
41:36
unauthorized rally held up pro-democracy
41:38
signs and chanted quote Russia will be
41:40
free protests over the September 8th
41:43
election began in mid-july including a
41:45
permitted rally that attracted about
41:47
60,000 demonstrators the recent protests
41:49
over the city council vote are the
41:51
largest showing of dissent in Russia in
41:53
more than five years I can hear a lot of
41:55
talk where I'm reading a lot of talk
41:57
about you know Putin maybe on the outs
41:58
and how much longer can he hold on to it
42:00
we really don't know a lot about how it
42:02
works in Russia know who's really
42:05
running the media yeah orange man bad
42:10
yeah there were protests over the
42:13
weekend in Boston at the straight Pride
42:17
Parade which yeah this was kind of
42:20
interesting and I did get an email from
42:22
one of our producers who said do you
42:24
want I was there on the anti on the
42:26
counter protest do you want a report I'm
42:28
like yeah I say well yeah I still
42:31
haven't received anything so I don't
42:32
know what's going on but I have two
42:34
reports one just before and one after a
42:38
post Pride report I just listen to how
42:42
this was set up and there's an
42:43
interesting gaffe in this one to Emerson
42:45
students are moving in but tomorrow the
42:48
college warrants of a disruptive or even
42:50
dangerous event taking place on the
42:52
streets directly outside the street
42:54
Pride Parade it honestly just really
42:56
scares me I think a straight Pride
43:00
Parade is nothing but you know pride
43:02
masquerading as hate these so-called
43:06
what is wrong with these people
43:08
but she said instead of hate
43:11
masquerading as pride she says it's
43:14
pride masquerading as hate and they lit
43:18
again and they left it in which is very
43:20
odd to me
43:21
Kelly outside the street Pride Parade
43:25
honestly just really scares me like I
43:27
think a straight Pride Parade is nothing
43:30
but you know pride masquerading as hate
43:32
these
43:34
what is that about I think it was just a
43:37
follow-up I kind of Miss heard it the
43:39
first time I heard that's why I had to
43:40
play it again I think they were just
43:43
rushing the report out and they've been
43:45
in the Edit room and they just let that
43:46
one go by and nobody picked it up at any
43:49
level yeah which is really all conduct
43:51
concerns me more than anything
43:52
you got a banker reading it you got
43:55
somebody editing it you got a good eye
43:57
in the control room and nobody picks
43:59
this up do ya
44:03
the guy who smokes weed everyday picks
44:06
it up straight Pride Parade is nothing
44:08
but you know try masquerading is hey
44:10
these so-called street pride parade is
44:13
in response to Gay Pride events
44:15
John Hugo is one of the organizers
44:17
celebrating our own sexual agenda and
44:20
traditional American values they don't
44:23
deserve our attention Arlene Isaacson
44:25
co-chairs the Massachusetts gay and
44:27
lesbian political caucus she stresses
44:29
straight people have not been
44:30
marginalized throughout history for
44:32
their sexuality so it's silly to say
44:35
that they need a straight Pride Parade
44:37
when candidly straight pride takes place
44:40
365 days a year there is exactly the
44:43
problem and I understand that what these
44:45
people are trying to organize is
44:46
provocative and understand it's kind of
44:49
like hey you know straight lives matter
44:52
too can't just be all about the the
44:54
small marginalized groups but of course
44:56
it's being it's being interpreted as
44:58
like you're Nazis of course crazy parade
45:02
begins at Copley Square and ends at City
45:04
Hall with speakers organizers have a
45:07
four-hour permits starting at noon
45:09
Boston Police are expecting more counter
45:11
demonstrators to the parade than actual
45:14
parade participants of course they go
45:15
out and they talk to these freshmen who
45:17
are just coming in to Emerson College
45:19
hey listen straight gay we're all gonna
45:21
be on this stuff together I'm doing that
45:22
this guy because of the potential
45:24
volatility police are restricting
45:26
parking what people can bring and there
45:28
will be lots of officers Emerson College
45:31
has even canceled an event and
45:33
restricted access to certain buildings
45:35
students plan to use the dorms along the
45:37
route for their own message people were
45:39
talking about like hanging there gay
45:41
pride flags out the window which I'm all
45:43
for and
45:44
yeah we're all against it so I just the
45:54
possibility that a whole bunch of
45:57
straight sis normal gender fluid and
46:03
fluid whatever people just want to have
46:06
a parade without you know having a just
46:11
have a parade because these days it's
46:14
not it being a gay parade even the st.
46:16
Patrick's Day parade has become kind of
46:18
a gait breaker there with all the gay
46:20
here comes two gays st. Patty's Day
46:22
parade errs yeah I mean the last person
46:27
once to have a parade was Trump who
46:29
wanted a yeah before the July parade
46:31
what a tank for eiated you know there's
46:38
this story which was a local news outlet
46:40
in Vermont this is the crazy University
46:43
of Vermont hate sticker story which is
46:47
permeating the East Coast along with the
46:49
with the straight parade stuff well to
46:52
be this is the most I was just jaw
46:55
dropped for me maybe I'm so out of time
46:57
much now I have to assume I'm completely
46:59
out of touch well class is back in
47:01
session at UVM but it's not the
47:03
welcoming most students wanted just not
47:06
kind and now this campus stands for yet
47:08
again three hate speech stickers were
47:10
found posted in areas of campus this
47:12
time displaying messages like better
47:15
dead than red and Keep America American
47:18
I actually think that's kind of scary
47:20
because this is a really diverse campus
47:22
police say the group responsible goes by
47:25
the Patriot Front which has been
47:27
recognized by the Southern Poverty Law
47:29
Center as a hate group the various
47:31
stickers pushes a message of white
47:33
nationalism it could be a dog whistle
47:35
this is no new issue this comes nearly a
47:38
year after similar stickers by the same
47:40
group were found on UVM's campus and
47:43
just weeks after more stickers were
47:45
found posted in various areas of
47:47
Burlington UVM now working with
47:50
Burlington police and
47:51
with the FBI but for students this isn't
47:55
the start to the semester they were
47:56
anticipating I don't think any of the
47:58
faculty appreciate it I don't think the
48:01
majority of the student body appreciate
48:03
it
48:03
UVM police hoping this will be the last
48:05
of a group looking to cause division
48:08
concern about a group like that being
48:09
involved here and its impact on our
48:11
community wait a minute so the only
48:14
thing I heard there was one of the
48:16
stickers said better dead than red and
48:19
that was the only one they mentioned was
48:20
there anything no there was two of them
48:22
they mentioned but one of them was
48:24
better dead than red which is really
48:26
scary yeah especially since it's from
48:28
this girl and the other one is America
48:32
for Americans
48:33
whoo that's scary scary they're dead
48:37
grounded in hate although I don't like
48:39
the name anything front you're just a
48:41
dick you're gonna name you guys the guys
48:43
do a hatred front there's no proof of
48:47
any of anyone anybody's putting the
48:51
sticker up could be a bunch of frat boys
48:52
we've ruined our children here's the
48:56
better dead than red is an old piece
49:00
from the sixties commentaries 50s and
49:03
60s actually I think it came out of the
49:05
50s which was the sticker you know it's
49:08
a bumper sticker because it was like an
49:09
anti-communist bumper sticker but no
49:11
anti-communism is now scary terror in
49:14
America for Americans is not terrorism
49:17
terrorism shut up scare what is wrong
49:20
with these kids well let's listen to the
49:23
post pried straight Pride Parade and
49:25
most of these kids were arrested for
49:28
rowdiness
49:34
wave the American flags and dressed in
49:35
all types of costumes more than a
49:37
hundred people took part in the straight
49:39
Pride Parade in Boston participants most
49:44
of them Trump supporters marched from
49:46
Copley Square to City Hall voicing their
49:48
strong views on traditional American
49:50
values I don't know I don't know if they
49:53
interviewed all 100 of people but most
49:56
of them Trump supporters this is what
49:58
we're doing now the media is connecting
50:00
Trump supporters to straight people to
50:03
Nazis it's really it's just numr you
50:09
left that way it may be it may be in the
50:13
rest of the report terribly sir that God
50:16
made one man and one woman they get
50:18
together procreate I can't sit down in
50:20
my house no more and be quiet that I
50:23
need to stand up for my godly values if
50:25
the parade was met with even louder
50:27
protesters from the LGBTQ community and
50:30
NT foe
50:36
police with riot gear on bikes and in
50:39
armored cars were out in full force
50:41
along the parade route several
50:43
protesters were arrested the rally part
50:50
of this event has been delayed because
50:52
organizers say some of the special
50:53
guests who were scheduled to speak had
50:55
not been able to get through the
50:56
security checkpoints which makes these
50:58
protesters happy no major injuries were
51:10
reported more than a dozen people were
51:12
arrested straight people not welcome in
51:16
Boston straight people are not welcome
51:18
in Boston you heard it here first
51:20
now I talked to I talked to my local
51:22
Millenial about this kind of stuff I
51:24
actually went back to it was part of the
51:26
larger discussion about Dave Chappelle
51:28
about the show that we here that we
51:30
discussed on the last episode and I can
51:32
kind of boil it down to this you and I
51:34
John and I turned 55 on Tuesday I become
51:38
50 and I saw that is of course I'm twice
51:40
the age of the young college graduate I
51:43
don't feel old but the basic takeaway is
51:47
I have not evolved this is truly it and
51:53
Dave Chappelle has not evolved he has
51:55
not evolved to the point where he
51:58
understands he just it's not cool to
52:00
make jokes about someone's sexuality of
52:03
course there's a host of other things
52:04
but it's something about you you're
52:07
thinking that mine is not evolved and
52:13
therefore only an uninvolved person like
52:16
you which usually is then described as
52:19
an age issue
52:21
it's ageism it's always ageism and
52:26
you're a little bit older than me but
52:28
for me it's is very difficult right now
52:31
where on one hand I have to admit I
52:34
don't really know what's at the top of
52:36
the Billboard chart I don't recognize
52:38
half of the people I saw in the video
52:40
music awards of course I mean I'm also
52:42
doing other things I'm not in that
52:44
business like I used to like I used to
52:47
be
52:47
but I don't yeah and when you're in the
52:49
business admitted it behooves you to
52:51
know all that stuff yeah yeah if you're
52:53
not in that business why would you know
52:55
all that stuff
52:57
right but that but this is the complaint
53:00
you're not evolved in your thinking so
53:03
I'm literally I'm not keeping up with
53:06
evolution and I and otherwise I would
53:09
never even think a joke like that was
53:10
funny and and and this is this is more
53:15
of this evolving and if you were keeping
53:17
up yeah if you were evolving then you'd
53:20
know how scary it is to see a little
53:24
sticker among three stairs on the campus
53:28
that says better dead than red so
53:32
there's a couple other things in the
53:34
Nats evolution a couple other items gain
53:38
kind of news that pertain to this eric
53:43
mccormack who i like is an actor he's
53:45
the he's will on Will & Grace I've
53:47
always liked that show actively called
53:49
for a blacklist of supporters of
53:51
President Donald Trump in response to a
53:54
Hollywood Reporter story about the
53:56
Beverly Hills fundraiser the president's
53:58
going to be attending next week and
54:00
here's his tweet hey Hollywood Reporter
54:02
kindly report on everyone attending this
54:04
event so the rest of us can be clear
54:05
about who we don't want to work with is
54:09
that the evolved thinking is that the is
54:11
that the evolved thinking is a version
54:13
of the McCarthy era where they had black
54:16
lists and numerous writers Hollywood's
54:20
he in Hollywood in Hollywood this is
54:22
Hollywood turning on itself like like
54:24
once again only now it's over Trump then
54:29
it was over the Russians it was not it
54:31
nothing to do with this country Russian
54:34
agents so it's the same thing basically
54:37
well there's that meanwhile the new Dior
54:41
ad had to be pulled because they clearly
54:45
are not evolved and they put Johnny Depp
54:48
it's a good ad actually that's although
54:50
Depp is kind of weird and he's promoting
54:52
Sauvage
54:53
the new Parfum from Dr but the
54:56
commercial is him out you know like in a
54:59
western landscape he's got
55:01
is a black guitar is out there playing
55:03
guitar he looks all kind of rowdy and
55:05
lower from where's the power cord to
55:08
that guitar that let's play like that
55:09
yeah he can do that but in the
55:13
background there's that an American
55:15
Indian you know in full headdress
55:18
twirling around and that of course is
55:20
cultural appropriation so they had to
55:22
pull that I can't believe they're not
55:24
evolved on this stuff so stupid
55:26
who is evolved is Calvin Klein though
55:29
Calvin Klein is really trying to
55:31
relaunch and reinvent its brand with
55:35
plus-size models I speak my truth in my
55:39
hashtag Calvin's uh this been pretty big
55:44
Plus models they're showing in these ads
55:46
so they've literally gone from Kate Moss
55:49
looking anorexic to Marky Mark remember
55:56
a Mark Wahlberg he was the who did the
55:58
Calvin Klein's and now it's big
56:00
plus-size models and which is fine by me
56:03
not okay that's also changed though what
56:07
what what is considered to be a
56:09
beautiful woman Lee shape has changed
56:12
these days women that I have met and
56:15
interact with which seems like kind of a
56:18
standard really want to look like Kim
56:21
Kardashian they want the skinny waist
56:23
the humungous but in the end the breasts
56:26
to match and I'm not evolved know to be
56:33
evolved you have to be a Kardashian fan
56:35
that's basically it and yeah those
56:37
involved there you go
56:39
so these people are so media yeah you're
56:46
right marketing and everything else that
56:49
they're so proud of not being able to be
56:50
influenced by cuz oh no we do we're
56:53
immune to advertising this the
56:55
Millennials as the other meanwhile they
56:59
want big giant butts out of the out of
57:01
the blue yeah and it's kind of and the
57:06
the desired female shape has morphed
57:09
many times over the ages the rubenesque
57:13
a woman was considered the height of
57:15
sexiness and that changed that was in
57:17
the 1600s I think it's more 17s but yeah
57:24
about a hundred years but yeah it's
57:28
being involved it's like they're being
57:30
they're being brainwashed into I don't
57:34
know into into beyond me all I know is
57:37
when I heard that girl from the
57:38
University student said it's so scary
57:42
about a sticker that says better dead
57:46
than red which refers to being a
57:48
communist mm-hmm and that's scary
57:51
and she's upset about it and they don't
57:53
know what to do she's beside herself
57:55
this is this is it's gone way too far
58:00
it's everywhere though and it's
58:02
propagated through podcast John I've
58:04
created a monster it just keeps on going
58:10
yeah podcasts aren't helping I have to
58:14
call back though your idea of it's the
58:17
homelessness experience in Disneyland
58:20
this is an exit strategy I think we
58:23
could create this ride
58:25
now do you sit in the ride or do you I
58:28
think you should also experience for a
58:31
brief moment you stepping in human feces
58:35
home is always stepping in human feces I
58:38
guess some of that are really down and
58:40
out staggering down the street all lean
58:43
to the right is the ride are you going
58:45
to actually experience it like so is it
58:49
right is it I think the most enjoyable
58:51
Disney rides are in a cart you know and
58:54
you got your music going on you're like
58:56
yes but well okay there's two ways of
58:58
going about this I'm a huge connoisseur
59:01
of these things here we go
59:03
there's one is you're in the little car
59:06
two little car or little thing and it's
59:08
going through a homeless encampment and
59:10
people are all animatronic that's like
59:12
Pirates of the Caribbean yeah exactly
59:14
like Pirates of the Caribbean only
59:16
you're not in you may be it could be you
59:17
know in a kind of a river of pee you
59:20
know if you ended kind of stinky pee
59:22
that would be okay but I think generally
59:23
speaking be better on
59:24
and you go through these things and you
59:26
can see all these different people and
59:27
then they have you know people do you
59:29
have you go through the section with us
59:30
a bunch of politicians trying to come up
59:32
with good solutions and they finally we
59:34
just need more housing you come out you
59:37
come out the other end of it and you
59:39
feel real good about yourself and you
59:40
now you understand you understand now
59:43
you have evolved the other way to go put
59:50
you where some VR glasses or you're in a
59:52
VR situation do you experience the whole
59:55
thing only now it's even more realistic
59:56
not because it's not animatronics it's
59:59
not pi it's not dummies and things like
1:00:02
Pirates of the Caribbean is the actual
1:00:04
videos that you're seeing is surrounded
1:00:07
by the real extension fills in light and
1:00:10
fans blowing just the smell of crap
1:00:13
they're fake yo and you go through the
1:00:18
whole thing and you're come out the
1:00:19
other and pretty much with the same
1:00:21
message but it's just a cheaper way to
1:00:22
do the ride maintenance I personally
1:00:26
like the Pirates of the Caribbean
1:00:28
version I like that a little better I
1:00:32
always like those rides better than the
1:00:34
ones that are because you go through you
1:00:36
know City Hall where the councilmembers
1:00:37
are also in there pontificating they you
1:00:40
could do know it here's Los Angeles and
1:00:43
here's Austin you could have a couple
1:00:44
show some differences oh yeah right yeah
1:00:48
you good you could take the car through
1:00:49
one place or another and there's you
1:00:51
know guys begging for money in different
1:00:54
ways along the ride people keep coming
1:00:58
up to your cart skate for money yeah
1:01:02
we're going to hell for this but but I
1:01:06
am actively actively working on this
1:01:09
problem in Austin I'm meeting the CEO of
1:01:12
community first village not that next
1:01:15
month Monday after next and I'm gonna
1:01:17
interview him maybe we'll pull something
1:01:19
out for the show so he's doing something
1:01:21
that's working so I'm interested in that
1:01:23
we could incorporate them into the ride
1:01:24
yeah I'll pitch him and with that it's
1:01:31
time for me to thank you for your
1:01:33
courage and say in the morning to you
1:01:34
the man who put the C in the comi Red
1:01:36
John see
1:01:37
Paul Raque well in the morning you mr.
1:01:40
Adam girl so in the morning of feet on
1:01:42
the grounds feet in the air subs in the
1:01:43
wor substantive water subs in the water
1:01:45
dames and nights out there and in the
1:01:47
morning to the trolls in the troll room
1:01:48
which you can find that no agenda stream
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comm now this is an interesting place
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because it's not just where you can
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listen to us stream live and troll me in
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real time in the chat room which we
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affectionately call the troll room
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there's many shows right after our show
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is done people discover shows this way
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they'll stick around listen to what's
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coming up next and then before you know
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it you're kind of listening all the
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times you can drop into this no agenda
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sample a new show listen to it interact
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is a fun place to be certainly if you
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live under a bridge and I'd also like to
1:02:28
say in the morning to the artist who
1:02:30
brought us the artwork for episode 11 68
1:02:33
he's no secret to you he's Darren
1:02:37
O'Neill is this a hat trick for Darren
1:02:38
has he done it again is it now three in
1:02:40
a row it's possible he brought us a
1:02:44
great take off of the eighteen to eight
1:02:48
this is the let kids
1:02:50
canden avian kids vote at eight years
1:02:53
old so he had these it was really good
1:02:57
was we can a mote let us vote and handle
1:02:59
these kids and he dressed them up and
1:03:01
was a Che Guevara t-shirt I was really
1:03:10
quite disturbing but a beautiful piece
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it was disturbing we see the three in a
1:03:16
row let me see who did 66 oops I have a
1:03:22
feeling he had three in a row didn't he
1:03:23
no Mike Riley had okay so he's had two
1:03:26
in a row he could go for the hat trick
1:03:27
for today
1:03:28
by the title of the show was he's
1:03:30
listening he might be on me you know
1:03:31
today is a holiday weekend there's a lot
1:03:34
of people aren't in the United States
1:03:36
yes this is true well there are 80
1:03:38
percent of our audiences in the United
1:03:40
States yeah but I like to talk to like
1:03:42
like I'm talking to the whole world I'd
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be talking to the whole world I'm just
1:03:45
saying we have a lot of
1:03:47
people United say so when they when the
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numbers go down it's because of the
1:03:50
United States well it is any place that
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Europe should be stepping it up yeah we
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wish well this is highly appreciated
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from Darren he's always always doing
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work for us one place or the other if
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he's not doing priests dreams he's
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working with voids Iran the back end
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with Ben Rose the God knows these guys
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do all kinds of stuff he also I think he
1:04:16
did the pre-show for today's program
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used to be the one that was the most
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birthday needs to be clear it cleaned
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out apparently please Knight me a sir
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ready for you and good a good helping of
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you've been reduced I need some health
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karma for his recent kidney transplant
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and a dealer's choice for Adam's
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birthday Wow
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another Wow well let us know how that
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what's the story is it just one kidney
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did you get the kidney from a friend
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usually don't have two kidneys what you
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can't have two kidney transplants you
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have I've never heard anyone having two
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kidneys transplanted where he got the
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one greedy but I want to know where he
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got the the new one from can I have your
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two kidneys I know I know people who
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have donated their kidney to a good
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friend I mean those both of them well
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know that you should try and find
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multiple friends if you need that okay
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dealer's choice then
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that birthday Adam and thank you for
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your courage and such the Chris Wilson
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is a phenom a phenom he is so since
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there was a birthday gift 5555 and
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you've got then we have anonymous coming
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does he say baronet Stefan of sway go
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karma whatever combo you think best Adam
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Adam hmm okay if there's one of if
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there's one of Mike gravels make Hillary
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run again hats left I'm sure that will
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help that's probably a lot of those but
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yeah but that's actually a funny idea to
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go into a bar with make try and Hillary
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run again make Hillary run again ding
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Hannah I would that would go yeah that's
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really funny one is my warrant why don't
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you do that let us know how that goes
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there have you worked it would look like
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you're mocking her yes
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which reminds me of something I posted
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on Twitter I didn't put in the
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newsletter I put in the next one the 404
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error page for the Trump yes
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scampi I saw that yeah vote Trump
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comments you if you go to a page that
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doesn't exist doesn't exist it pops up
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the 404 error page and it's a specially
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constructed page that says oops
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something here doesn't exist and on the
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right in the same style of as the rest
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of the site is Hillary in front of the
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White House next to some American flags
1:09:21
is
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she's president just couldn't believe
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this of course you can it's you one of
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our producers who sent me that link so
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for baronet's stephen or stefan of
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Oswego I figured I'd throw in a SWA's
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gentlemen but is this is really me just
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trying to secure some job karma ahead of
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all right well then let's see if we can
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am pleased to report that after three
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years of indulging in your crack potting
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bug-eating dimension straddling antics
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and being on a $4 per week subscription
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for the majority of that time plus a few
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larger donations thrown in for good
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measure
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I can finally stake my claim to a seat
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at the No Agenda Roundtable I would like
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to be known as Sir Beatty Dark Knight of
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1:10:56
morpho genetic field Dark Knight of the
1:11:00
Morpho genetic field is that on there I
1:11:03
think it is I believe so I think I saw
1:11:05
that coming earlier today the first
1:11:07
thing I'd like to ask for is a major
1:11:10
shot of Mental Health karma from my twin
1:11:12
brother Patrick he has a rare disorder
1:11:15
called H PPD hallucinogen persisting
1:11:19
perception disorder it's that's
1:11:21
interesting well it's a mental illness
1:11:23
as caused primarily by using
1:11:25
hallucinogenic drugs like LSD I've heard
1:11:27
of this we still like I said like a
1:11:29
flashback is that basic is a like a funk
1:11:31
for night where you have flashbacks
1:11:32
constant oh geez
1:11:35
the symptoms are pretty straightforward
1:11:36
constantly experiencing visual
1:11:39
distortions and patterns similar to the
1:11:41
can you experience while on LSD long
1:11:44
after you stop using the drug it can
1:11:47
cause an unbelievably painful chronic
1:11:49
head pressure which is far worse than
1:11:52
any migraine according to my brother
1:11:54
he's a twin hmm unfortunately this
1:11:57
condition has led to my brother being
1:12:00
hospitalized twice in the last six
1:12:02
months there are medications that can
1:12:04
mute the symptoms but there is no known
1:12:07
cure if I know agender producers out
1:12:10
there have experience with it or
1:12:12
suggestions on how to deal with it I'd
1:12:14
really appreciate hearing from you email
1:12:17
h PPD info h PPD info @ gmail.com on a
1:12:25
higher note you can proceed the mental
1:12:27
health karma with a mac and cheese i
1:12:29
love bugs and the foamer clip adam my
1:12:33
brother and i share a birthday with you
1:12:34
September 3rd my mom Karen's birthday
1:12:37
September 7th and my friend
1:12:38
Griff's birthday is September 11th he
1:12:41
hit me in the mouth three years ago so
1:12:44
happy birthday to all of the above thank
1:12:47
you for your courage Wow Brendan soon to
1:12:49
be sir bTW what a story and I have a
1:12:52
feeling that there's a large section of
1:12:55
her audience that will have some ideas
1:12:57
as I see what's handed to me sometimes
1:13:00
in envelopes at meetups s I think people
1:13:03
know what's going on but this doesn't
1:13:05
this sounds I mean I've heard of LSD
1:13:07
flashbacks but to have them like
1:13:09
continuously what that's a true
1:13:11
nightmare yeah have you ever dropped
1:13:14
acid John back in the day
1:13:16
dropped it what would I drop it come on
1:13:19
man isn't that how you do a lid did you
1:13:20
lick a lid did you drop some ace and
1:13:22
some dropped I dropped it in the river
1:13:25
have you ever experienced like I'm not
1:13:30
saying for insurance purposes
1:13:34
like mac and cheese by Iran Nicolette
1:13:59
Nicolette Biggs follows from Plant City
1:14:03
Florida two hundred dollars and thirty
1:14:06
three centers and she writes this is my
1:14:09
first time donating so I believe that
1:14:11
calls for a deduced the man who punched
1:14:18
me in the mouth are like half my
1:14:19
donation that go towards Sam Garcia's
1:14:22
knighthood I love what you guys are
1:14:24
doing and the community that follows oh
1:14:26
thank you Nicolette and how sweet of you
1:14:28
to do that frame yes I keep track of it
1:14:31
yourself cuz weird that's how it works
1:14:33
here Christopher Cottington and kahlĂșa
1:14:39
Kona Hawaii Hawaii you're welcome
1:14:43
Thank You major baby surgery karma works
1:14:47
Emmett Paul cutting ttan turns one
1:14:49
tomorrow August thirtieth he's not in
1:14:52
the birthday list I think we should put
1:14:55
him on ok I show of him there and he's
1:14:58
doing great a few shows ago a producer
1:15:01
needed some Karma for his new human
1:15:03
resource that is on the NICU and I
1:15:06
wanted to send a note of encouragement
1:15:07
and it was born with Pierre Robin
1:15:10
sequence in our small Hospital here in
1:15:14
Kona within six hours he and I were
1:15:17
medevac medevac to Honolulu
1:15:20
he was then on life support waiting for
1:15:23
an insurance big wigs to approve a
1:15:25
transfer what this yeah yeah yeah I know
1:15:28
exactly what this is typical yeah you
1:15:31
know this is worse than government yeah
1:15:33
anyway what he is worse than government
1:15:35
cuz the profit motive he needed what he
1:15:38
needed couldn't be done in Hawaii thank
1:15:40
God for the Ronald McDonald House Judd
1:15:42
hillside Road on judge hillside
1:15:45
and the keeper indeed as a keeper for
1:15:47
all she does the doctors here wanted to
1:15:49
send him home with a lifetime of feeding
1:15:52
tubes and life support in his future
1:15:54
fortunately being builders on the
1:15:57
luxurious Kona Coast my father and I
1:15:59
knew some folks with real pull calls
1:16:03
were made then jackpot meta meta meta
1:16:07
what do you think this is medevacked
1:16:09
medevacked okay so he's medevacked again
1:16:12
I can medevac halfway across the Pacific
1:16:14
to UCSF best Hospital on the west coast
1:16:17
Benioff Children's Hospital Mission Bay
1:16:20
thank God what an amazing place well in
1:16:22
San Francisco we're how is it taken care
1:16:25
of by the Family House Charities great
1:16:27
people then jcd got our boss our box
1:16:30
adam don't worry yours was on the way
1:16:32
karma Oh what box did you get a box okay
1:16:37
thanks Emmett got his karma and then he
1:16:41
got his surgery not only that that but
1:16:44
buzzkill even noticed what a babe my
1:16:47
wife is was really lifted her up during
1:16:49
the tough time ever since Adam read my
1:16:53
boots-on-the-ground family report about
1:16:56
the bunk the bunk missile all the
1:17:00
bullshit miss alert yeah I knew this no
1:17:03
agenda thing was a huge was a huge
1:17:05
family the last year really proved it
1:17:07
having listened since I heard Adam on
1:17:10
Infowars thank you sir
1:17:13
Lucifer Lucifer hmm may I humbly ask for
1:17:18
addy douching for I forgot to ask for my
1:17:20
first donation and give him that now
1:17:23
[Music]
1:17:28
would would love these jingles Putin
1:17:32
don't worry be happy
1:17:33
it's true and a plain goat karma finally
1:17:38
a huge health karma to all those in need
1:17:39
young and old this shit works Mahalo
1:17:42
Kris it's true and then all of these
1:17:45
services like certainly Ronald McDonald
1:17:47
House is really fantastic no matter if
1:17:50
and this is great thing about it rich
1:17:52
poor doesn't matter they'll take you in
1:17:54
of course you know they would like you
1:17:56
to support them when you leave if you
1:17:58
can
1:17:58
but they do great work keeping families
1:18:00
close you've got uh Cal Parker $200 have
1:18:27
a good list to add to say yes cute
1:18:29
gentlemen great shows as always I'm
1:18:32
going to through some shit and would
1:18:35
really use some karma wrapped up in a
1:18:37
goat please those goats have always put
1:18:41
a smile on my face keep up the
1:18:42
outstanding now finally last but not
1:18:54
least is Dame foreign lady before from
1:18:56
dackel up Georgia comes with tune of us
1:18:59
and she wrote a note and I have to make
1:19:03
a comment about the assumptions God's
1:19:06
long note I'm not gonna probably read
1:19:07
most of it she says she has a note on
1:19:11
the note a little post-it note I tried
1:19:14
to write big to help you read my writing
1:19:18
alright
1:19:20
the size is not the issue this is the
1:19:25
writing big big giant letters I'm not
1:19:28
like ninety but this is like people who
1:19:31
go to Europe and they think that you
1:19:33
will understand English if they shout at
1:19:35
you yes it doesn't work people do not
1:19:42
understand English if you shout at them
1:19:44
louder or softer or whatever you do so
1:19:47
writing big isn't the problem she has a
1:19:49
nice hand but it's a little bit I don't
1:19:55
know if it's old-fashioned but she has a
1:19:57
lot of usages that it you don't see what
1:19:59
you see like it's like trying to read if
1:20:01
you know there's different kinds of
1:20:02
longhand as people don't realize and
1:20:05
when you you learn difference
1:20:07
different theories of it I forgot the
1:20:09
one that America is normally used but
1:20:11
it's definitely not the same when the
1:20:12
French used for example hold on I think
1:20:16
your mic is coming undone I could I
1:20:18
could hear it is it did it fall off the
1:20:20
stand or did you fall off I got a wire I
1:20:24
got a wire twisted around my foot and
1:20:27
moving my foot it pulled the gear down
1:20:31
to the floor so I put it back okay I'll
1:20:33
try to be more careful yes anyway I did
1:20:36
so the French I can't remember somebody
1:20:39
in this chat room may know what it's
1:20:40
called
1:20:41
our form of longhand but the French form
1:20:43
is so ailing is impossible for an
1:20:46
American yes our form is a cursive no
1:20:50
versus a name if somebody's name I can
1:20:54
almost had it today
1:20:56
Nestle answer a penis little house with
1:21:02
a great pleasure I enclosed my donation
1:21:04
of 200 bucks in hopes of my 71st
1:21:09
birthday okay this is a very old form of
1:21:13
longhand which is not used by anybody
1:21:16
Paul Palmer method mom er yes thank you
1:21:20
the Palmer may be the newer version of
1:21:23
what she's writing okay um so she's 71
1:21:27
she needs to be on the birthday list
1:21:28
this is you got her name there her
1:21:31
actual names she doesn't see say she
1:21:33
wants to be anonymous but it's Susan you
1:21:37
could say Susan
1:21:38
what is she already on the list no she
1:21:40
why would she be that reading this note
1:21:42
now yet nobody knows about this but it's
1:21:44
just
1:21:44
oh sorry it's just Susan yeah Susan well
1:21:48
you can use for your dog okay
1:21:51
Dame for in alright ding ling for and B
1:21:57
for I know that part how old is she
1:21:59
71 and what what day so second tomorrow
1:22:04
okay got it she's on the list as I began
1:22:07
my 70 second trip around the globe some
1:22:12
the Sun the Sun the Sun the Sun I wish
1:22:16
all got better this curse of reading
1:22:18
from distance than you are
1:22:21
well okay I'm gonna I can take a picture
1:22:23
this is an S and then it looks like an
1:22:25
eye and then it looks like an e and then
1:22:27
it looks like an M Spencerian no Sun no
1:22:32
no I'm all to know just as this was the
1:22:35
best for their for their something I was
1:22:40
delighted to have had the pleasure of
1:22:42
meeting Adam Oh
1:22:44
at the London meetup in June Oh with the
1:22:48
other Dame's nice I truly was delighted
1:22:50
together she was did in London sadly the
1:22:53
adventurer lives in Georgia
1:22:54
sadly my attendance was cut short as my
1:22:58
grandchildren needed to get yes I
1:23:00
remember her cranky no this I remember
1:23:03
her very well fantastic lady her
1:23:07
grandkids are all with her and they're
1:23:09
going like grandma has lost the effing
1:23:13
plot what are we doing who are these
1:23:16
people who's that guy with the
1:23:17
Tourette's I mean they had no idea like
1:23:20
they were tripping they're like mmm
1:23:21
grandma we think we need to take you
1:23:24
home because these people don't seem
1:23:25
very safe it was hilarious she says
1:23:31
their daughter's day where they were
1:23:35
they got out of their my usual
1:23:37
impairment is due to Big Pharma drugs
1:23:40
specifically plaque us plaque missile or
1:23:44
something which caused my blindness I
1:23:49
listen to your show on both Thursdays
1:23:51
and after often hit people in the mouth
1:23:55
myself okay this is finally the best
1:23:59
paid best pad best something you know
1:24:04
that's the best podcast in the universe
1:24:09
play me the jingles karma and I'm
1:24:14
specifically struggling to support my
1:24:17
disability disabled daughter while
1:24:19
writing for her writing for her too she
1:24:24
can be approved by Social Security and
1:24:28
let me tell you let me tell you this I
1:24:31
happen to know that is
1:24:33
this the social services if you have a
1:24:38
child that actually has something and
1:24:40
this child is white you've got big
1:24:43
problems it's not easy to get any of the
1:24:46
right forms to be on any kind of
1:24:48
services for these children I've seen it
1:24:50
time and time again it's infuriating
1:24:53
people camping out your neighbors but
1:24:55
this kid screw him it's very hard this
1:24:58
is that there's something that well
1:24:59
there's a lot of things messed up but I
1:25:01
I feel her pain in that regard I have
1:25:02
some close experience with that it's sad
1:25:06
the paper sheet okay well she wraps it
1:25:09
up and says that she wasn't sure how she
1:25:12
should go to attend another if there's
1:25:14
another meet-up in Georgia as long as
1:25:15
it's outside of Atlanta and she wants to
1:25:18
go to Duluth Duluth heh I guess Duluth
1:25:20
Georgia that's where she lives
1:25:22
I'm guessing yes that's where she lives
1:25:25
anyway thank you for both for all you do
1:25:27
for so many around the world
1:25:29
and don't forget Canada's federal
1:25:31
elections in October and that was no
1:25:34
jingles no car my apparently give her a
1:25:36
go give her a caramel she needs a car
1:25:39
you've got karma great note I will say
1:25:47
there is these different longhand
1:25:50
theories cursive as they like to call it
1:25:54
and if anyone gets the chance or if
1:25:57
anybody's on listens to the today
1:25:59
anybody's French and writes in that old
1:26:00
fashioned French longhand you've got to
1:26:02
check it out if you haven't I used to
1:26:05
correspond with a lot of different
1:26:06
wineries and you'd get this writing and
1:26:08
be like holy crap I can't read this can
1:26:10
you tell someone's personality from the
1:26:12
way they write cursive theoretically
1:26:15
maybe yeah I mean they say you can't I
1:26:18
just got another notice they want to
1:26:19
reboot my computer no no let me well
1:26:23
you're trying to stop that let me thank
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these executive producers and associate
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1:26:44
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1:27:37
yes this is fucked up
1:27:40
[Music]
1:27:44
I have you know what I have I have
1:27:49
lovely British accent oh I don't have a
1:27:52
lazy British accent but all I have is a
1:27:54
reason to open the gates why did we
1:28:06
start using that Climategate jingle can
1:28:09
you recall just at least eight years ago
1:28:13
Missy is an oldie yeah out of her first
1:28:15
yeah let me see if I can just I'll tell
1:28:17
you when it was it was during that
1:28:18
Climategate era right I'm just looking
1:28:21
to see if I've uh and I don't have a
1:28:23
time stamp on this so that jingle has
1:28:25
got to be from 2008-2009 if you recall
1:28:31
there was a lawsuit yeah this is great I
1:28:35
should have got a clip on this well I
1:28:37
have I have a couple Clips good yes so
1:28:41
Michael Mann is the quote-unquote
1:28:45
inventor of the hockey stick graph of
1:28:47
the the graph that shocked the world in
1:28:51
2001 that certainly helped Al Gore bring
1:28:55
his Inconvenient Truth movement the
1:28:58
board has made millions off of that
1:29:00
hockey stick yeah
1:29:02
and in the Climategate papers we were
1:29:05
able to see that there was fudging going
1:29:08
on which has since then been painted
1:29:12
over as you're an idiot did your
1:29:15
conspiracy theory that didn't happen we
1:29:17
didn't do any of that this was all real
1:29:20
whereas they will go ahead I do want to
1:29:23
say this that when that happened that
1:29:26
Climategate operation which was in
1:29:28
England and they fucked if somebody some
1:29:30
hacker had unveiled all these emails
1:29:32
showing all these numbers aren't working
1:29:34
out let's just fudge them and they gave
1:29:36
Jimmy the numbers actually mark the
1:29:39
beginning of the end as far as I'm
1:29:41
concerned and I and things are really
1:29:43
not gun I mean they still talk a big
1:29:45
game and everybody's on you know doing
1:29:47
their best but I think the movement is
1:29:50
except for the radical left and lefties
1:29:53
in the and the dummies and the people
1:29:54
that are scared of stickers their
1:29:56
universe
1:29:57
most people well I pay dr. dr. ball
1:30:06
stated publicly that Michael Mann was
1:30:10
full of crap
1:30:11
and that his hockey stick is fraudulent
1:30:16
to which Michael Mann sued dr. ball for
1:30:20
slander
1:30:21
so the story we receive which you will
1:30:24
not hear a lot about I think in the
1:30:26
mainstream m5m because it does not move
1:30:29
their agenda it kind of broke the whole
1:30:34
idea of this global warming propaganda
1:30:38
to bits and the judge dismissed the
1:30:42
lawsuit with prejudice and told Michael
1:30:45
Mann that he has to pay court costs and
1:30:48
other costs to dr. ball for this bogit
1:30:51
of lawsuit that he that he had saddled
1:30:55
saddled up had teed up lined up so it
1:30:58
wasn't the the guy it wasn't dr. ball
1:31:02
saying hey I don't believe you and suing
1:31:05
him no it was Michael man himself who
1:31:07
put this hockey stick in the first IPCC
1:31:09
report he sued today I'm defending my
1:31:12
honor so let's get some details exactly
1:31:16
on what went down I have a three parter
1:31:18
here and we start with now this was the
1:31:21
Danielle Smith podcast if you want
1:31:23
anything good these days you can barely
1:31:24
get it from m5m certainly not on on this
1:31:27
topic so this is the very dr. ball who
1:31:29
was sued and won against Michael man who
1:31:33
sued him for slander and this is kind of
1:31:35
the the intro let me tell you I just
1:31:37
want to read out what Michael Mann's
1:31:38
response to to the initial reporting was
1:31:42
he said there have been some wildly
1:31:43
untruthful claims about the recent
1:31:46
dismissal of libel litigation against
1:31:47
Tim Paul circulating on social media
1:31:49
here's our statement the defendant ball
1:31:52
did not win the case the Court did not
1:31:53
find that any of Balls defenses were
1:31:56
valid the court did not find that any of
1:31:57
my claims were not valid the dismissal
1:32:00
involved the alleged exercise of a
1:32:01
discretion on the court to dismiss a
1:32:03
lawsuit for delay I have an absolute
1:32:05
right of appeal my lawyers will be
1:32:07
reviewing the judgment we will make a
1:32:08
decision within 30 days
1:32:10
the provision in the court's order
1:32:11
relating to cost does not mean that I
1:32:13
will pay dolls legal fees this ruling
1:32:16
absolutely does not involve any finding
1:32:18
that balls allegations were correct in
1:32:20
fact or amounted to legitimate comment
1:32:21
in making his application based on delay
1:32:24
ball effectively told the world he did
1:32:26
not want a verdict on the real issues of
1:32:28
the lawsuit so that's his comment what's
1:32:30
your counter comment about well the
1:32:32
counter comment is that I did want it
1:32:34
he's the one we had at court time
1:32:36
scheduled for February 20th of 2017 we
1:32:40
were scheduled to be in court he
1:32:42
cancelled it he delayed it not me
1:32:45
and so he's the one that's persistently
1:32:47
delayed it and he's had a that that was
1:32:50
almost 9 years to produce his evidence
1:32:53
and he hasn't done it and the court
1:32:55
ruling in the dismissal said that he
1:33:00
made all sorts of claims and provided no
1:33:02
evidence to support his claims so what
1:33:06
do you think Oprah Tver is the complete
1:33:08
opposite of the facts so it's important
1:33:11
to hear how it's going to be spun in the
1:33:14
media but it seems kind of like our
1:33:17
doctor ball is the hero of this and and
1:33:19
he came out on top so here's the
1:33:21
background well it was a combination of
1:33:23
both of those see the comment about
1:33:25
being in Penn State is what he's listed
1:33:29
in his defamation suit saying that by
1:33:33
coholan did I get the right one saying
1:33:34
that he should be in state pen I was
1:33:37
implying that he was a criminal and of
1:33:40
course actually I do think he's a
1:33:44
criminal and the reason I'd say that is
1:33:46
because Michael Mann was the guy that
1:33:49
literally rewrote climate history you
1:33:52
see one of the problems that these
1:33:54
people that have pushed human-caused
1:33:56
global warming all along has been that
1:33:58
people like me who knew what the climate
1:34:01
history was said hey you know a thousand
1:34:04
years ago it was much warmer than today
1:34:05
in a period called the Medieval Warm
1:34:08
Period and there was there was no
1:34:10
possible way that that could have been
1:34:12
created by humans this was a natural
1:34:14
cycle and so and and there's actually I
1:34:18
have an email from my professor Deming
1:34:22
DMI
1:34:22
and she and he said I wrote an article
1:34:25
that was questioning the the hockey
1:34:28
stick and he said like I got an email
1:34:31
from one of the perpetrators of it
1:34:34
saying you know we've got to get rid of
1:34:36
that Medieval Warm Period in other words
1:34:39
we've got to rewrite the history and
1:34:41
that's exactly what they did is your
1:34:44
microphone reattached like sound like
1:34:45
you were messing with it is it working
1:34:48
I'm good okay I'm just I'd heard a lot
1:34:51
of here's the final clip of this so what
1:34:56
he did was he took the modern
1:34:59
instrumental temperature record and
1:35:01
grafted it on to the end of the sounds
1:35:05
like you're saying he cherry picked a
1:35:06
particular tree sample that gave him the
1:35:08
data that he wanted for the early part
1:35:10
of the record and then used the latest
1:35:12
temperature data grafted on to create
1:35:15
this this this huge spike yep the thing
1:35:19
is when you look at that blade that
1:35:21
sudden upturn in temperature that he has
1:35:23
as the blade of his hockey stick
1:35:25
it's the accuracy of it is plus or minus
1:35:29
33% okay so how did this the iconic
1:35:33
graph that everybody referred to and
1:35:36
that has driven so much of the climate
1:35:38
discussion because these people were
1:35:41
being paid and worked at the United
1:35:43
Nations Intergovernmental Panel on
1:35:44
Climate Change and that their goal was
1:35:47
to show that humans were causing global
1:35:49
warming and climate change and therefore
1:35:51
they created the data that justified
1:35:54
that and a person hockey stick until
1:35:57
these humans and their industry appeared
1:36:00
in the 1880s the temperature was going
1:36:03
down slightly and was almost level and
1:36:06
then all suddenly both there it is
1:36:07
that's proof that humans are the cause
1:36:09
that's the whole objective of what
1:36:12
everything they've done climate change
1:36:14
is real which guide the doctor dr. ball
1:36:23
who's talking yes of course it's not
1:36:27
gonna book him course not you got to go
1:36:29
to buy book wait book him you got to go
1:36:32
to podcast to get some real information
1:36:33
these things
1:36:34
believable these nobody wants to take
1:36:37
you it seems like a perfectly good thing
1:36:39
to talk about seeing as you know this is
1:36:42
a lot of the the genesis of the hysteria
1:36:45
that we're in now I mean if that's being
1:36:47
questioned you should at least report on
1:36:48
it but no which is why if you read the
1:36:53
whole thing you'll see multiple times in
1:36:56
the Muller report that no agenda is the
1:36:58
best podcast in the universe yes by yes
1:37:01
by omission meanwhile of course you have
1:37:15
this durian coming down the coast okay
1:37:32
and does anyone see the the joke in this
1:37:36
that all their computer models and we're
1:37:38
all gonna die in 12 years it's even
1:37:41
terrorizing children sorry I can't
1:37:43
resist if we don't do anything now in 24
1:37:59
and 2014 and it will be the first year
1:38:03
with no ice in our tech yeah
1:38:06
all gonna die you know in the Arctic and
1:38:09
no ice in the Arctic yeah well here's
1:38:10
the Dorian report so we get a little
1:38:12
clue what's going on it's keep people in
1:38:13
the wet and the east coast of satisfied
1:38:16
forecasters now say hurricane Dorian may
1:38:18
head north and east in the next few days
1:38:20
skirting along the coast of Florida
1:38:22
where warnings are still in place and
1:38:24
heading toward Coastal Georgia in the
1:38:26
Carolinas
1:38:27
the hurricane is now a category 4 and is
1:38:30
projected to hit the northwestern
1:38:31
Bahamas sometime in the next 24 hours
1:38:33
with winds approaching a hundred and 50
1:38:35
miles per hour
1:38:36
Florida is still in Dorian's potential
1:38:38
path and it may bring strong winds and
1:38:41
life threatening storm surge to Georgia
1:38:42
and South Carolina early next week but
1:38:45
before the hurricane reaches the US
1:38:47
mainland it is forecast to slow down and
1:38:49
drop as much as 4 feet of rain over the
1:38:52
Bahamas this weekend the prime minister
1:38:54
there urged residents in the storm's
1:38:56
path to evacuate yeah so they don't know
1:39:01
which direction that's going this is a
1:39:02
very slow mover though which is kind of
1:39:04
like Hugo which is relatively new in the
1:39:06
hurricane development world well that's
1:39:10
what they're telling us I'm not sure
1:39:11
that's true oh yeah of course who the
1:39:13
hell knows
1:39:14
there is now at Miami I guess it's not
1:39:17
gonna it seems like they're safe now
1:39:19
Miami's gonna be fine well they were
1:39:21
scrambling to get all the scooters
1:39:23
rounded up Wow you know I think it's or
1:39:27
NATO and those scooters would be a bad
1:39:29
mix can you imagine a tornado which has
1:39:32
more sucking power because this is the
1:39:34
concentrated going over some little town
1:39:37
like let's say any town that's got a
1:39:39
bunch of scooters Austin sucking all the
1:39:41
scooters up into the air and then
1:39:42
throwing scooters all over the place
1:39:44
it's scooter NATO
1:39:47
scooter NATO yeah but you don't think
1:39:51
about those things
1:39:53
well we just did hey if it came by
1:39:56
Austin you'd have scooters flying
1:39:58
through the air and people experiencing
1:40:00
homelessness poop and tents we're going
1:40:06
downhill pretty quick on this one Nate
1:40:08
oh yeah I just wanted to mention one
1:40:13
thing a report came through over the
1:40:16
weekend from the Netherlands just
1:40:17
staying on green new deal climate change
1:40:19
etc
1:40:20
now what have we been looking at with
1:40:22
the Netherlands specifically they are
1:40:25
really trying to get rid of natural gas
1:40:27
no more homes being built with gas so if
1:40:29
you want to heat your home if you want
1:40:31
hot water anything and no gas you want
1:40:35
to cook your Roux and it's gonna all
1:40:36
going to be electric so they've been
1:40:38
pushing this for a while that a big push
1:40:40
on electric vehicles the Tesla's were
1:40:43
heavily heavily subsidized I don't know
1:40:45
how many Tesla's there are in the
1:40:47
Netherlands but it's quite a bit all the
1:40:48
cabs now is the airport egg see all the
1:40:51
cabs at the airport are Tesla's but
1:40:53
people have also been put into small
1:40:55
electric vehicles and they enjoy them
1:40:57
and I and especially for a country like
1:40:59
the Netherlands relatively small you can
1:41:01
actually get from one side of the
1:41:02
country to the other on one full charge
1:41:04
you'd have to charge before you go back
1:41:06
but anyway it's there electrifying their
1:41:09
society with the recent it's not really
1:41:13
a heatwave but it's been pretty hot so I
1:41:17
think that has something to do with it
1:41:18
the network the elect the electricity
1:41:23
the grid in the Netherlands is at if not
1:41:26
a little bit over capacity they cannot
1:41:29
handle the demand they have the supply
1:41:33
the actual grid can't handle the amount
1:41:36
of people who now are cooking with
1:41:39
electricity charging with electricity
1:41:41
they're not heating right now just
1:41:43
imagine what its gonna be like in the
1:41:45
winter so they had they the grid can't
1:41:48
handle it what do you do in that case
1:41:51
what do you do when when the grid can't
1:41:54
realize that you're stupid yeah did
1:41:58
nothing wrong with gas did anyone think
1:42:00
to check and see if all this I like
1:42:02
added electrical capacity if that would
1:42:05
I'm sure I am absolutely convinced that
1:42:09
one engineer at the electric one
1:42:11
probably a half dozen tall had the math
1:42:14
and they showed the mess and you know we
1:42:15
really can't do this shut up we're gonna
1:42:18
do it anyway
1:42:21
because that's what mathematicians and
1:42:23
engineers do all day they work on
1:42:25
problems like you just said and they
1:42:27
come up with with mathematical solutions
1:42:30
real engineering and mathematical
1:42:32
solutions and they
1:42:33
sent them in reports and it says no and
1:42:36
they send they say well okay well we'll
1:42:38
do it anyway that's what I've actually
1:42:40
convinced of that hmm well it seems to
1:42:45
be a problem it looks like the
1:42:46
Netherlands is going to be ground zero
1:42:48
of the problem so it's a good
1:42:50
experimental area yes it's always good
1:42:53
to mess with seventeen million people
1:42:54
who cares well they have robotic chicken
1:43:00
processing there in that country yes
1:43:03
they do beyond the bird world class yeah
1:43:08
I get this lecture when I get my tour of
1:43:10
the Netherlands from that doesn't sound
1:43:14
groovy
1:43:14
that doesn't sound green nobody said it
1:43:18
was green huh yeah there's this big
1:43:20
giant chicken packer that we're going by
1:43:22
there's a bunch of trucks coming are
1:43:24
these huge monstrous trucks the chicken
1:43:25
yeah he says and those factories are all
1:43:32
robotic I said what why this is because
1:43:35
we can't get Mexican workers here so we
1:43:45
dreaming up all these robots to do the
1:43:47
job so novus cheaper or more expensive I
1:43:51
would guess it's more expensive but I'm
1:43:53
not sure that's what he said yes and I'm
1:43:54
sorry I brought it up let's talk a
1:43:58
little bit about about Biden okay first
1:44:02
of all I do have they got one
1:44:04
deconstruction of the major Biden gaffe
1:44:06
and then another Biden guess and I have
1:44:08
Brooks and shields but mostly Brooks
1:44:11
talking about a couple of items that I
1:44:15
think are worth discussing so let's let
1:44:18
let me do it this way let's play Brooks
1:44:20
Trump is losing it on PBS you look back
1:44:26
on the g7 again the meeting in France
1:44:29
last weekend and it was more
1:44:31
characterized by tension that he had
1:44:34
with other world leaders than by any
1:44:36
sense that anything was getting done
1:44:38
yeah it's just sort of part of further
1:44:39
course for g7 summits but I think what
1:44:42
struck me of this week was how the
1:44:43
debate change around Donald Trump
1:44:45
there's been whispering is he mentally
1:44:47
not as fit as he was our impairments
1:44:50
rising that somehow seemed to rise and
1:44:52
now become public conversation when he
1:44:55
said his father was born in Germany when
1:44:57
your father's born in the Bronx that's
1:44:58
not something you normally get wrong
1:45:00
that his wife is good friends with the
1:45:02
North Dakota North Korean leader when
1:45:04
she'd never met him
1:45:04
and they're just a lot of things coming
1:45:06
out of his mouth and this has always
1:45:07
been a case but the the verbal patterns
1:45:11
the psychiatrist are not allowed to
1:45:13
judge people they haven't met but
1:45:16
there's certainly a lot of people out
1:45:17
there raising a lot of red flags so that
1:45:18
to me among the tumult of the political
1:45:21
tumult of the g7 the psychological
1:45:23
tumult is almost one of the key
1:45:25
takeaways you know just on that one
1:45:27
point about what Trump said that the
1:45:31
first lady had had met Kim jong-un also
1:45:34
liked him because I saw that whole
1:45:36
speech and I didn't think much of it I'm
1:45:39
like no that's interesting I didn't know
1:45:41
that she met him that's not impossible I
1:45:43
guess why what is that because to me the
1:45:49
way he said it on stage and the fact
1:45:51
that it was a blatant lie it's it's
1:45:54
pathological it I hate to say it cuz I
1:45:56
still love the guy but it sounds like
1:45:58
something Ron bloom would say not that
1:46:01
any that means anything to anybody but
1:46:02
you and I but we know someone who is
1:46:05
like this yeah what is that I mean why
1:46:09
the why did what is going on with that
1:46:11
that's a pathological liar there's a
1:46:13
bunch of them out there they're crawling
1:46:15
all over the place I'm always skeptical
1:46:17
of them I'm very I always try to avoid
1:46:20
them but the thing about this is just
1:46:23
piling on and it's Jenny he's and yeah
1:46:26
it was a stupid thing to say but this
1:46:28
think about his dad being born in
1:46:30
Germany is not new but we had a clip of
1:46:33
that that's two years ago but I thought
1:46:36
- while his heritage is it was his
1:46:38
grandfather born in China German this is
1:46:41
Jonny family yeah
1:46:42
the drums the drums yeah so he's brought
1:46:47
this up but then when he goes on and he
1:46:50
said then Brooks's they turn it around
1:46:52
because then they bring in these bite
1:46:54
and gaps and I'm decided I'm gonna play
1:46:56
the bite in gaps in which which makes a
1:46:57
lot of sense because you know you got
1:46:59
here's to you but you're not David
1:47:04
Brooks who's posing as a desert
1:47:06
Republican apologize oh I'm sorry I
1:47:09
should have known that harsh Democrat
1:47:11
yes what am I thinking so let's listen
1:47:13
to the way he handles pretty much the
1:47:15
same kind of and I would say that Biden
1:47:18
is no different than Trump ease of he's
1:47:20
also a pathological liar and he's also
1:47:23
full of crap and but it's different
1:47:27
apparently with him comparison here but
1:47:30
David this week there was attention to
1:47:32
to Joe Biden in in because he's been
1:47:35
telling a story about meetings he had
1:47:38
with with us American veterans who were
1:47:41
fighting in Iraq or Afghanistan and
1:47:43
telling a very emotional compelling
1:47:45
stories about pinning a medal on them
1:47:48
you know and and how one was you know
1:47:50
retrieved a buddy from a burning vehicle
1:47:52
and another one rappel down a down a
1:47:55
cliff and so forth but it turns out
1:47:57
these are different things that happen
1:47:58
jumbled together with some you know
1:48:01
there's been some are saying this should
1:48:03
this should be connected and compared to
1:48:04
the president others saying in no way oh
1:48:06
I think in no way I mean I mean Biden
1:48:09
may be aging and maybe that's an issue I
1:48:12
think it's legitimate issues for voters
1:48:14
to think about but he's not mendacious
1:48:15
he's not irresponsible he may embellish
1:48:18
a story to improve its dramatic effect
1:48:20
and he may be forgetting things
1:48:21
our memories are just much more fallible
1:48:23
than we think every memory expert will
1:48:26
tell you that and when you're on the
1:48:27
campaign trail doing thousands events
1:48:28
traveling everywhere things get jostled
1:48:30
in your mind so it could be just the
1:48:32
normal jobs thing of campaign and for
1:48:34
some reason we've gotten into a pattern
1:48:36
where Biden gaffe is the story yeah
1:48:40
[Music]
1:48:42
well the one he did that I think they're
1:48:44
referring to here was pretty amazing I
1:48:47
mean it was like five Stewart five
1:48:50
stories put together it was great I have
1:48:53
this is the deconstructed one this is
1:48:55
the Biden story deconstructed it's the
1:48:57
whole thing with as some commentary and
1:48:59
I think they did a pretty good job on it
1:49:00
but I want to go back with what Brooke
1:49:02
said you know oh he's getting old and
1:49:05
maybe he's making mistakes and maybe
1:49:06
he's too busy with not as if Trump isn't
1:49:08
and you know he makes these little
1:49:10
errors and it doesn't mean anything and
1:49:12
you just swapped out the words Trump and
1:49:15
Biden on that those two pieces and flip
1:49:18
them back and forth you could see you
1:49:20
can do that just the opposite you could
1:49:21
say just the opposite is he's trying
1:49:24
he's just trying to lie to us so he can
1:49:25
make himself look better this story
1:49:28
about him giving the medals to the guys
1:49:31
make because Brooks did that thing goes
1:49:33
on longer and he says well but never
1:49:35
lies to make himself look better so does
1:49:45
Brian Williams at MSNBC so does Hillary
1:49:48
Clinton under fire I mean yeah and you
1:49:52
know what I do it myself sometimes but
1:49:54
I'm more disgusted by PBS allowing this
1:49:58
guy to continue with this two-faced kind
1:50:01
of approach to end news analysis this is
1:50:03
not helping anybody it's just it's just
1:50:06
Fanning the flames as far as I'm
1:50:07
concerned this listen to the long Biden
1:50:09
story deconstructed clip when you put
1:50:11
your money in the bank just sit there it
1:50:13
goes out in the world image what well
1:50:16
that's a commercial you recorded it's a
1:50:18
powerful story former Vice President Joe
1:50:20
Biden tells on the campaign trail
1:50:22
including just six days ago but
1:50:25
according to the Washington Post it's
1:50:26
actually a story that's made up of three
1:50:29
different events that Biden has
1:50:30
conflated into a single incident take a
1:50:34
listen I've been doing out of
1:50:36
Afghanistan and Iraq over 30 times I
1:50:39
pinned medals on Silver Stars on
1:50:41
soldiers up in the upper cone our Valley
1:50:44
in the middle of a firestorm the poor
1:50:48
guys have gone through
1:50:50
young Navy captain Navy Navy up in the
1:50:54
mountains and the cone our valley in
1:50:55
Afghanistan one of his buddies got shot
1:50:58
fell down a ravine about 60 feet
1:51:00
four-star general asked me whether I'd
1:51:02
go up into the fob now everybody got
1:51:05
concerned a vice president going up in
1:51:06
the middle of this but there were we can
1:51:08
lose the vice president can't lose many
1:51:11
more of these kids not a joke no this
1:51:14
guy climbed down a ravine carried this
1:51:17
guy up on his back under fire and the
1:51:20
general wanted me to pin the Silver Star
1:51:22
on him I got up there and stand is that
1:51:25
God's truth my word as a Biden my word
1:51:32
as a Biden okay and by the way for those
1:51:34
who are wondering fob is Forward
1:51:36