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December 29th, 2019 • 2h 52m

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this is no agenda with the drone star
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state in the morning everybody
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I'm Adam curry and from Northern Silicon
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Valley where I'm wondering if this bird
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poop is a gift from North Korea
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I'm John Steed Evora all right two
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places to start from bird poop or burger
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boobs your call sir well I don't have
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much for the bird poop was a one shot
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although it was referring it was
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referring to the meteor that broke up
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over the Marianas that thought everyone
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thought was maybe them would mean well
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of course in the middle of the I think
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Guam was hit by typhoon YouTube typhoon
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YouTube I don't know anything about this
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look it up I know there was a typhoon
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but I didn't know it was called YouTube
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I'd pretty sure it could be wrong in
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fact I was that was called I heard the
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report I never I never read anything but
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it's they she said YouTube and I found
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that in I did write that down that story
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is look here's here's a story where lots
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of people died and no one's no one's
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attributing it to climate change much
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because they don't have the right
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reporters and it's also brown people you
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know gives a shit house is not important
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not important I did want to start off
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our last show of the year just with a
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little simple deconstruction a reminder
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what the No Agenda show is here to help
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you with and that's just just a little
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bit disappointed that one of the most
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emailed articles over the past few days
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to started Thursday was the estrogen in
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the impossible burger which apparently
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is so much estrogen that it will make
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men grow
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rests
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hey you saw this yeah I did of course
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and of course everybody quickly debunked
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well but that's not that well the
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debunking is I guess if you'd have to
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eat four whoppers a day for you know for
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five years and then maybe maybe you'd
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have an a cup for whoppers right then
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what I was disappointed in is that you
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know where was the No Agenda thinking
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cap people if this is such an easy one
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and only we're too obsessed with
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headlines and little synopses and we're
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not really doing the work anymore it's
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disappointing though you know if you
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look at all the stories there's a source
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for this report and the source comes
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from the tri-state livestock news of
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course also known as the newspaper that
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ranchers read and it came from a
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veterinarian who to publish this so not
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even a research no I just want people to
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understand that you it's worth looking
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for two seconds and they meant wow okay
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now I understand what's going on instead
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everyone is online at least I don't
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think it really made it much to
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mainstream because why would any any
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television station or newspaper do
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another at all those do a negative story
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about a Burger King that's not going to
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happen but online yeah online it's just
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no deconstruction pieces a voice again I
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can't I can't do it I can't do the voice
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it it's it's a natural talent I can't
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force it
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welcome those of you who were just told
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this morning by Scott Adams on his
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periscope that you must listen to the no
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agenda show that was nice he give us a
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plug he did find it quick what he
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finally listened to his show think
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here's what I think happened i'ma think
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I'm gonna go listen to the interview
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they did with me was it last week pretty
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good show that I think about it no I
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believe what happened I've I have not
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heard it yet I have not looked at it
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because it happened just before the show
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started I think comic strip blogger
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at least he's taking credit for it put
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something into the chat and said oh no
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agenda show and Scott apparently
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responded to that and said oh yes no
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agenda is a great podcast you should go
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and listen that's what I think so good
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worry well thank you comic strip blogger
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it was indeed you very good work yeah I
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don't what you have to do I'd like to
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remind everybody the no agenda Christmas
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album sir Chris Wilson's EP is going to
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be online for you know the full 12 days
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of Christmas so you have a few more to
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get it link in the show notes you can
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find it any show notes calm and it's
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well worth it I have a great end of show
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mix from that album which is the ring
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doorbell hack so we'll be listening to
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that at the end of the show
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ah and even though I thought it would be
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kind of hard to put a something together
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today there's some interesting news out
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there I'm glad you got it cuz I ended up
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getting caught up in a number of
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retrospectives and I ended up with some
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old clips and I'll do a thing later what
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is this like you're going mainstream on
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me now you're gonna do like like all the
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m5m boys no I'm going meta mainstream oh
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so I took a listen for example on the
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media yes they had a day did a
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retrospective of that one else that's
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right the worst I only listened to it
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the first minute and a half and I was
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like no and someone emailed it to us and
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was very enthusiastic about it I think
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or did I just misunderstand my email Yod
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really that bad well I mean if you want
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me to get into a couple clips that I
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didn't clip it too much but I made my
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own list of what they talked about
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because the clips are not really that
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great do you wanna if you want to we can
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do news or we can start off with you
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slamming than the mainstream for this
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that what do you think I rather start
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slamming okay I'm with you boy let's
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start slamming otm these well don't say
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Oh TM mm-hmm as opposed to in the
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morning
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they have otm on the morning on the
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media on the media yeah well the first
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clip is this is what they've learned a
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lot on the media is a a radio show
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produced in New York City WNYC I think
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yes part of the NPR public radio
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spectrum I've been on it and when when
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podcasting first kicked off they had me
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on the interviewed me yeah for a little
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bit does anyone have a clip of this how
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I'm sure it's out there I'm sure they
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have it in the archives without it
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anyway so it's the guy that's the kind
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of the fae producer comes on and he
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talks about what we've learned we've
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learned a lot and by the way this is
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really a prelude for him begging for
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money for the podcast they have a
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podcast
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aside from the huge amounts of money
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they probably received from n whatever
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that that station is plus the
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underwriters all the underwriters they s
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whatever you want to call it but here we
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go
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o TM learned a lot 1 hey there this is
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John Hanahan ot I'm producer at the end
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of the year we like to comb through our
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archives they stop this is the exact
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moment where I turned it off I remember
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hearing this guy come on as one of the
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producers and like can you imagine any
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No Agenda producer talking like that and
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the enunciation hey there this is John
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Hannah Hannah Theon producer at the end
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of the year we like to comb through our
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archive or pull out some of the new
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words we've learned and this year we had
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a bumper crop Telos someplace we are
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bound to end up this is where this
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historic ox complex gets us into trouble
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disco girl comes from a nap photo
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editing app called disco technical debt
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is doing the quick and dirty and not
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really figuring out what things need to
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look like in the long term clearly we
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all learned a lot this year the hell did
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they just talk about learn anything by
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broadcasting still stuck at combing
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through the archives these words that
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you never heard of that were important
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somehow important and they and then by
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the way they continued with more of
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these went into a pitch oh okay I didn't
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believe me I the rest of its
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indecipherable but then they went into a
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pitch for money and then they went two
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more words I never heard of as though
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this was all sort of some sort of thing
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so I gave up on that part and moved into
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their their big story decided they're
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gonna look at what the real big stories
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were and and the big trends for the year
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and in media and all the rest
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we asked University of Chicago historian
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Kathleen Ballou to lay out some of the
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ideological fundamentals of the white
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power movement the notions that
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motivated that shooter and
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also the 2017 unite the right rally in
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Charlottesville Virginia replace us what
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does that even mean people in the white
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power movement see a whole number of
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social issues as fundamentally being
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about a threat to white reproduction
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abortion is a threat because it might
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kill white children immigration is a
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threat because of the threat of hyper
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fertile populations of color over
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running a white nation LGBT rights and
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feminism are a threat because they might
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encourage white women not to bear white
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children all of this is felt not as a
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soft demographic change but as a real
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apocalyptic threat Wow now just this one
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by the way should have been the third
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one but this fine is did over they have
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to be in order but white power is one of
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their big themes and it turns out by
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their logic the only reason that all
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these women are people anybody men women
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blacks Hispanics whoever Catholics
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doesn't matter the only reason that
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they're against abortion it's not
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because of some fundamentalism or some
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religious way so we need more white
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people yes because the white thing it's
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probably more babies of color who were
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aborted but I've you know who cares
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right it's this is better logic for
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their purpose that was a nice one for
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Christmas guys great so they actually
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believe this so that's one of their big
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issues they had other ones but let's
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play a couple I got two other clips and
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then we move on but here's another
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here's another big story this is the one
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on conspiracies even apocalyptic we all
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crave explanations for things we don't
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understand so some of us fill in the
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blanks with conspiracy theories we dug
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into that with animal an author of
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Republic of Lies American conspiracy
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theorists and their surprising rise to
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power how can we weren't interviewed
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what the hell
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was that there's a whole book American
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conspiracy series did you get a call did
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you get an email memo nothing it used to
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be that far-right conspiracy theories
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went from fringe sites some of them
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actual disinformation sites to
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eventually places like FoxNews and
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that's sort of where they stopped and
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now they have another stuff which is
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they go from Fox News to the president
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or from fringe sites like Infowars
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straight to the president like my props
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to the president or from fringe sites
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like Infowars straight to the president
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and this problem continues to get worse
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and worse what is the logical extension
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of all of this this is good
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John what do you think really is
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happening in the world when it comes
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from info Warren Street to the president
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out-of-control tinfoil Henry
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so one thesis is that especially
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state-backed disinformation sources like
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the ones we've seen in Russia like the
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internet research agency except that one
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of their goals is to make the
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information ecosystem so chaotic and so
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unstable and so unreliable that people
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start believing that the actual
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objective truth is not knowable and that
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they should stop looking for it oh no
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conspiracies by the way only right-wing
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has never been a left-wing conspiracy
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Dora there all right wait wait stop
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Cooper the day for that one just out of
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it just definitely clip of the day
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yep touch through this whole thing and
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it all the culminated in Fox News that's
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right and it and and the other route is
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from Infowars direct to the president
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yeah
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Alex Jones hotline to trump hey listen
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up tears with wait until you hear my
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update on Seth rich maybe we can get in
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next year's retrospective so now we have
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some other ones from Russia Russia
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Russia this is the big story now this
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was a little tougher to kind of grasp
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but it's called it this is another major
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trend according to these guys on the
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media there are media deconstructors
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inversion we're going to return to a
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couple of the year's biggest themes for
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us anyway and let's start with one of
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the first episodes of 2019 which we
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called everything is fake
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I spoke with New York magazine senior
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editor max read about the endlessly
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innovative ways the internet messes with
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our sense of how the world works we know
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that about 60% of traffic on the
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Internet is human of the remainder that
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spots and then there's this huge portion
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of bots that are pretending to be humans
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to saying hello I am a user and I would
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like to see this advertisement and click
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on it and then I'm gonna walk away from
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here so what happens when a facsimile
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Internet where fake people visit fake
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websites and generate fake data begins
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to rival the size of the human Internet
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when the truth becomes so and meshed
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they're indistinguishable max introduced
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me to the term the inversion which is a
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take on what can happen so the inversion
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was a name that YouTube engineers gave
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to an event in 2013 when the site was
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under attack from fraudulent bad traffic
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YouTube like most platforms has pretty
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sophisticated fraud detection systems
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but those systems work by identifying
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real and fake traffic in part based on
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the percentages on the site this attack
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was so large that it was brushing up
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against about 50% of the traffic and the
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engineers were genuinely worried that
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their systems would start to regard real
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traffic as fake and fake traffic as real
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how why they work with machine learning
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so they take
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samples of behavior and they can say the
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majority of our users act like this and
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the minority act like this and so this
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minority is likely robots so if the
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majority at least on a given day is
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robot the machines say well that's the
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legitimate traffic that's the traffic
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that's supposed to be here all these
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BOTS and all these silly humans who are
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trying to watch videos we need to kick
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them off the service oh this is a good
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story
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I like this inversion because of course
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in the advertising internet the
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inversion is complete it's been going on
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for years for years people have been
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fundraising ripping off advertisers with
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nothing but fake traffic this is not new
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did you call the company called monopoly
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was that the name of the company like
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monopoly know what I know I know what
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you're talking about but no it was a it
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was in Florida yeah you call them up
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well I need some traffic I need some
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traffic are the only thing the only
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reason for this story is to say don't
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advertise on the internet advertise with
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us you can trust us you can't trust that
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YouTube thing there was that element but
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they did mention that this story dates
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back to 2013 so it's not really a 2019
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anything right so this kind of a fake
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hmm so anyway they went on with other
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things the white power was a really
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major major theme yes and as you know I
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noticed all these left doing operations
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of white supremacy white supremacy white
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supremacy all these left-wing operations
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without exception including these guys
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all over looked at one of the really
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great events of 2019 that would that was
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media related in fact it was media
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driven mm-hm
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jussie Smollett if not a single one
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brought it up huh
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nope huh go figure
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no you're stunned the kind of stunt
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[Music]
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racist I should play that the end of the
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show again
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yeah so they missed that one entirely it
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wasn't a big story John no one really
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talked about it wasn't on the news at
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all with note that we didn't have
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newscasters crying I see you mika
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brzezinski crying please yeah well while
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those guys were jacking off to
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themselves WikiLeaks released some
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actual newsworthy information it's been
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going on for a few days but they finally
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got what I consider the mother lode of
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this document dump of the Office of
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prevention of chemical weapons the OPCW
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which is a no big un outfit and their
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reports actually they're independent I
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believe no they're in The Hague though
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they're mmm okay independent of what I
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think they're I think they're more
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closely aligned with the EU than they
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are the UN uh could be could be
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there's the documents and emails where
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the chief of cabinet at OPCW instructs
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that an engineering report you removed
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from the secure registry which is their
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archive and here's an email please get
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this document out of the documents
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registry archive and please remove all
19:22
traces if any of its delivery storage or
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whatever in Dra
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and it just keeps on going on that these
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cylinders that were found at duma that
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apparently were the chlorine gas that
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killed all these children there was a
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big fat hoax and the reports their own
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reports stated very clearly symptoms
19:43
observe observe were inconsistent with
19:45
exposure to chlorine and no other
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obvious candidate chemical causing the
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symptom could be identified we we drop
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bombs over this yes a bunch of missiles
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over this because because trump was
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upset about the little children yeah and
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of course the no agenda show yeah that
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would be you and me yes we identified
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this as a whole
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from the get-go cuz it'll do because it
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was illogical didn't make sense and and
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remember you had those you had like the
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rocket stuck in the in the ground up
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headfirst in the ground unexploded like
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thing with tail fins on it the whole it
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just looked bogus all the reports we got
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from people in the field said it was
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bogus
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and this years ago two years three how
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many years ago was this it wasn't that
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long because it was early within the
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first year of Trump's two years ago more
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than more than ten years a couple years
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ago
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yeah but why paying attention to that
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though it'd be crazy no I'll be just
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nuts all right supremacy so let me let
20:50
me lay the smack on you about South
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Ridge something you know when when
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everything when the din dies down in
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media land around this time of year when
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everybody's off doing white supremacy
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and inversion retrospectives
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sometimes stuff comes bubbling up and
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here's I've I found out about this
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really late last night and I got up this
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morning early I was trying to listen to
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a couple of podcasts understand what's
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happening there are a number of
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journalists who claimed Seth rich who
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was the DNC staffer who was shot and
21:26
subsequently died in DC which I'm pretty
21:30
sure we still believe based on reporting
21:33
from people like Seymour Hersh that Seth
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rich was probably the person who
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exfiltrated the data from the DNC server
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and it looks like he was killed over it
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which oh I mean how could you even think
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this how could you even be so stupid I
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mean there's they're actual people on
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Twitter who registered new accounts
21:53
every day just to come after you and I
21:55
about the about our opinion about this
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so it's important to somebody that that
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that gets says that we had shut up about
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that and and the family was who was
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gagged
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well more interesting the brother of
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Seth rich he's suing a number of
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independent journalists not even like
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non-main Matt couch I think he appears
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on Fox from time to time a number of
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different journalists about
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now but it says it's a civil suit and
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really all it's for if as I understand
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it is for discovery so this law through
22:30
law firm Wilkie Farr has filed civil
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suits which kind of specious I haven't
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seen them but I'm just telling you what
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I've heard and I'm trying to distill it
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down into understandable information
22:41
have sued a number of independent
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journalists or alternative or whatever
22:45
you want to call them to invoke
22:49
discovery and get information about what
22:51
they know what do you have what did you
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know about sets and then you know
22:54
there's audio seymour hersh saying that
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he heard from an FBI source that this is
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what happened this firm will key far
23:02
represents CrowdStrike in a criminal
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criminal suit which of course is ongoing
23:09
regarding Ukraine etc so and and and I I
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guess we could have known this but it
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seems like this is the way that some of
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these big law firms work when you're
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when you have a client an important
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client and you're defending them
23:23
certainly in a criminal suit if you want
23:25
to get any kind of extra information
23:27
from players who were ancillary to it
23:29
you just file an onsen civil suit
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against them and go into discovery and
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get as much as you can and some of these
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journals these alternate journals are
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not falling for it
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here's the main thing I learned that it
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wasn't just the emails which were actual
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traded from the system which we have on
23:53
authority from people like beanie and
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others who've looked at and we did the
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research on the Donny he used math to
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figure out that you couldn't get this
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information over the internet at the
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time of the considering the connection
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they had but what you have to back up a
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minute because you're going on as if
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we are expected to know what the source
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of this information is you have not
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really is it a podcast you said yeah I
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was one of these last guess was it it's
24:22
uh Laurie says and I've never heard of
24:26
her before she's uh I guess she maybe it
24:30
seems like I don't know I guess turns
24:34
out he has podcaster please very
24:35
credible I think she may be friends with
24:37
Laura Loomer who I don't deem incredible
24:41
you know she definitely has done a
24:43
journalistic work in the past but she
24:46
was talking about her experience with
24:48
and up and this link in the show notes
24:49
to her podcast about an hour and she's
24:51
talking about if she's reading the the
24:54
discovery demand she's received and
24:56
she's laughing about them and she
24:58
explains some of this but the thing that
24:59
I was going to get to is that according
25:02
to her and others who are in this
25:04
lawsuit the thumb drive did not contain
25:08
just the emails it contains an image of
25:12
the server which is a pretty damn big
25:14
thumb drive or a very small server I
25:16
yeah it's possible though I've done a
25:17
lot of work with VirtualBox and all that
25:19
you can definitely image a server on a
25:23
USB Drive yeah if it's 128 gigs or that
25:26
might be enough I don't know the state
25:28
of the server but that it was not just
25:32
the emails which of course put Hillary
25:35
Clinton and Donovan and what's-her-face
25:38
Debbie wasserman-schultz put them all in
25:41
a big pickle with the with the
25:44
Democratic with the preliminaries with
25:47
the nominee where they had to steal they
25:49
screwed birdie and it came out on these
25:50
emails but apparently there was voting
25:54
software stuff on it
25:56
algorithms for the voting machines
26:00
documents about deployment of this
26:02
software that's all I know it doesn't
26:06
mean anything more or less than that if
26:07
true it has very deep and it makes a lot
26:10
of sense if it wasn't little I'll give
26:13
you a couple of good research some the
26:15
one part of it that makes kind of sense
26:16
even though I don't know what if she
26:18
even knows what an image is now she's
26:20
very very unknown on technically he for
26:24
example if you're dead if you're sitting
26:26
and you have access and you're putting
26:28
stuff on the thumb drive I don't know
26:30
about you but I know I'm kind of the way
26:33
I do things if I have a let's say 500
26:37
and gigabit gigabyte thumb drive and I
26:41
and I download 100 or 100 gigabits of or
26:47
gigabytes I'm sorry of emails I got 400
26:51
gigabytes left I'm gonna just put stuff
26:54
on it well so how about this I mean
26:56
you're the one that introduced me to a
26:57
Cronus and there's multiple types of
27:00
software you install the software
27:02
package you plug in a drive and you say
27:05
mirror the drive right in fact an
27:08
Acronis will mirror a drive and I cuz I
27:11
back up my Tarab my terabyte SSD which
27:15
is what I use on my main machine I back
27:18
it up I'm not a great backing up I
27:21
backup once a month and I use the
27:23
cronniss to mirror the drive so if the
27:25
thing ever blows up which SSDs will do I
27:27
can just plug the other drive right in
27:29
and I'm back in business I might I may
27:31
be a few weeks lost a few weeks of
27:33
material but it will do I it's
27:37
interesting to try to back up a lot of
27:39
files onto tamo drive it takes a long
27:41
time it's not gonna be fast with a
27:44
cronniss using a USB 3 it takes to
27:48
backup a terabyte takes about an hour
27:50
and a half max and and you know who
27:53
knows the size of the server but also if
27:55
I'm gonna steal something it would make
27:57
more sense depending it wasn't a Windows
27:59
server I don't know what it was was it a
28:01
UNIX server if you're just going to
28:04
steal emails it's probably I don't
28:07
you've ever messed around with exchange
28:08
server let's say it was Windows or even
28:11
with me with them with send mail or
28:14
something like that you go in and get
28:17
the the mail spool now none of that's
28:19
gonna happen you just want to mirror the
28:21
drive and get out of there I think that
28:22
that would make a lot more sense than
28:24
I'm just going to copy these emails that
28:26
would take forever just to remind us
28:29
longer than mirror into drive so just to
28:32
remind us assume that these guys I mean
28:35
they're running a terrible I don't know
28:36
is at that point in time is this
28:39
I doubt if they had a big drive I mean
28:42
it probably you know some minimums like
28:44
something I wanted I don't know but know
28:46
that regardless even if it wasn't a
28:49
thumb drive it could have been a USB the
28:52
SSD drive yeah just it's too long to
28:56
play the whole thing but just to remind
28:57
everybody those little drives those
28:59
little plug-in drives from Costco plug
29:02
it right into USB for fact seth rich was
29:06
spotted at costco just two weeks before
29:09
his untimely death seymour hersh is an
29:12
award-winning journalist and was fine i
29:15
didn't clip this podcast where i got
29:17
this information from but the woman who
29:19
was with just tory t o r e she's like
29:23
well there's a couple other people who
29:24
were also being sued by this law firm
29:27
who represents CrowdStrike and she goes
29:29
to delicious mat mat mat couch you I
29:31
guess she knows hymns like here's some
29:33
other guys in those seymour hersh I
29:34
don't know who that is just runs by yeah
29:36
yeah she runs by Seymour Hersh she's
29:38
never heard of him
29:40
it just give us a quick background on
29:41
Seymour Hersh
29:44
Seymour Hersh is the guy who outed the
29:49
US government for the me lie massacre
29:51
that's how he got started he became the
29:54
number one and one of the top
29:56
investigative reporters in the country
29:57
and has continued to work until this day
30:01
when he has been sidelined by the media
30:04
because no one wants to talk to him cuz
30:05
he's got too much good stuff they kept
30:07
they kicked him out of the New York
30:09
Times and because this stuff was too
30:11
revealing then he was running for the
30:12
London Review of Books but then they
30:14
couldn't take it anymore cuz somebody
30:15
came knocking at the door saying hey you
30:17
know you just saw broke this guy's he's
30:18
no award-winning right he has multiplied
30:21
you know he's won Pulitzer yeah so he is
30:24
a and he's what he's incredibly well
30:26
respected by the Lib Joe's and so there
30:29
you have it ah well I'm going to play a
30:31
bit of this clip which was audio of him
30:33
explaining that the FBI told him what
30:37
happened with Seth Ridge I'm going to
30:39
play a little bit of it so you can
30:40
swallow whatever you had in your mouth
30:42
about the kid okay what I know I know
30:44
comes off an FBI report don't ask you
30:46
know how you can figure out of it around
30:48
long enough the kid gets I don't think
30:50
he was murdered I think I don't think it
30:51
was murdered because of what he knew the
30:53
kid say niceboy27 he was not an IT
30:56
expert but he learned stuff you the data
30:58
programmer but he learned stuff and so
31:00
he's living on one Street someone she's
31:03
so pretty even in a very rough state of
31:05
it and in the exact area was very bit
31:08
different about ten I'm sure you noticed
31:10
it about eight or nine or ten violent
31:12
stuff and I robberies no shit with
31:15
somebody brandishing a gun and it's big
31:17
his hands I'm telling you what I'm sure
31:18
you know what his hands are marked up
31:20
the cops included he fought off the
31:21
people tried to run any shot up try to
31:23
the backward of 22 small caliber and
31:26
then they the kids who didn't ram it got
31:27
scared didn't take it okay so what'd the
31:30
cops do this and here's what nobody
31:32
knows or I'm telling you maybe you know
31:34
some above when you have a tip like that
31:36
DC cops if you're ticked you generally
31:38
don't just go yep or find out what the
31:40
moat we're going on you have to get to
31:42
the kids apartment and see what you can
31:43
find if he's dead you don't need a
31:46
warrant but most cops get a warrant
31:48
because they
31:48
as a roommate you need it warming so
31:52
they get a warrant I'm just young there
31:54
is such a thing they go on and how they
31:56
can't do much with its computers pants
31:58
were the council not much about it so
32:00
the DC cops they have a cyber unit in DC
32:03
and they're more sophisticated they come
32:04
and look at it the idea is maybe he's
32:06
had a series of exchanges if somebody
32:08
says I'm going to kill your mother
32:09
fucker over a girl and they can't get me
32:13
they are the cyber guys did a little
32:15
better but they can't accept it so they
32:17
call me they call the FBI cyber unit at
32:20
DC the DC units of Washington field
32:23
office is a hot-shit unit they and the
32:25
same one they call Emma said the time to
32:28
get through here so they find this is
32:30
according to the FBI report what they
32:32
find is he makes fun personal you have
32:35
to know yesterday often note some basic
32:37
facts with one of the basic facts is no
32:39
there's no dmg will possess the email
32:41
that that exists beyond May 22nd May
32:45
21st 2013 select email from either one
32:47
of those groups and so this so what the
32:52
report says and he makes contact with
32:54
WikiLeaks that's in his computer and he
32:57
makes contact now ok so it's worth
33:02
listening to the whole thing but so
33:03
there was actual proof according to
33:05
Seymour Hersh who has some believability
33:07
and credibility that the FBI discovered
33:11
that he had been contacting WikiLeaks
33:12
they had a Dropbox the passwords have
33:14
been exchanged and it seems like this is
33:20
a story that gets so much better when
33:24
you think of it being an image server
33:27
which could have much more data on it
33:31
that was problematic
33:35
and that the law firm who was
33:37
representing CrowdStrike who apparently
33:39
well actually who installed the anti
33:43
hacking software which you know two days
33:46
after they installed it that's when
33:47
apparently the Russians were in the
33:49
server so it's a quagmire and you know
33:54
when the Dean dies down this is popping
33:56
up to the to the surface do I think it
33:58
will go anywhere ultimately no probably
34:00
not because now with these guys who are
34:01
doing the medias coverage in the liberal
34:04
media itself when they're concerned
34:06
about white supremacy and that's the
34:07
reason they're anti-abortion now that
34:09
kind of logic I mean they're completely
34:11
scrambled there's also another piece of
34:14
very disturbing news kind of along these
34:16
lines do you remember a doctor Robert
34:18
Epstein or Epstein I should say the name
34:24
rings a bell yeah here's actually your
34:27
clip which will remind you remind all of
34:29
us exactly who dr. Robert Epstein is the
34:32
number one financial supporter of the
34:34
Hillary Clinton campaign in the 2016
34:36
election was the parent company of
34:37
Google alphabet okay who was our first
34:39
witness they were her number one
34:41
financial donor and your testimony is
34:43
through their deceptive search methods
34:46
they moved two points in her direction I
34:49
would say this is the professor who
34:52
showed with deep research which was
34:54
immediately discredited of course but
34:57
the research stands by itself we went we
34:59
did a very deep dive on the research at
35:01
the time I think on the show this was
35:03
one of the stories of the year that
35:04
again along with Jesse Smollett nobody
35:07
covered his wife was killed December
35:10
23rd really in a very freakish car
35:14
accident
35:16
how she lost control of her Ford Ranger
35:18
the truck quote slid out of control slid
35:22
across four lanes jumped the median into
35:26
the path of a freight liner semi hauling
35:29
two dump trailers
35:31
jeez right
35:35
it's yeah it sounds like it's one of
35:37
those things you see in the spy films
35:39
yes when they tried to assassinate
35:40
somebody it's always overkill well
35:43
remember who was the husband so long ago
35:47
before Andrew Breitbart died after
35:50
drinking a wine at a local Hollywood bar
35:53
and Michael who was the who was the the
35:57
reporter who hit the tree Oh Hastings
35:59
Michael Hastings yeah with his ex s spy
36:03
wife right God I mean this look we'll
36:08
just call it coincidence that's all
36:11
yeah the Hastings story was the most
36:13
disturbing of the group because of the
36:15
nature of that particular wreck so but
36:20
this sounds pretty bad yeah yeah and and
36:23
this you know this professor he he kind
36:26
of came and went you know he he made it
36:29
he made his statements Cruz made a big
36:31
deal out of it we saw clearly that if
36:34
you have the ability to manipulate the
36:37
top two choices on Google search which
36:41
Google of course has that ability those
36:43
are the only two that matter anything
36:45
else is just going to be noise
36:48
underneath the noise floor when it comes
36:50
to clicking on stuff and that's how
36:52
information is managed into people's
36:56
brains by yes i relational apps improve
36:59
that you can sway like some boys like
37:02
but yeah a large amount of people to
37:05
think differently no yes huh well that's
37:10
I know yes happy end of year news
37:14
everybody we could be doing a
37:16
retrospective about white power or we
37:18
could just tell you what's actually
37:19
happening in your world today and the
37:22
more I think about you bringing those
37:23
otm retrospectives to the show the more
37:26
I like it just shows you how lame how
37:30
lame it all is you can't trust any of
37:32
these fuckers any of them on any station
37:37
and I'll do my own retrospective here I
37:40
have one retrospective clip I saw that
37:42
you had your retrospective you titled
37:44
them ret so I have 1 ret clip Jeff
37:48
to remind everybody exactly how it works
37:52
when it comes to messaging to citizens
37:55
Nancy Pelosi explaining the wrap-up
37:59
smear of course it's great that she's
38:03
explaining it because I think she's very
38:05
good at it it's a self-fulfilling
38:06
problem you demonize and then you it we
38:09
call the wrap up sneer if anyone talked
38:11
politics cause the wrap-up smear you
38:13
smear somebody with falsehoods and all
38:17
the rest and then you merchandise and
38:19
then you write it unless I see it's
38:22
reported in the press that this this
38:25
this and this so they have that
38:27
validation that the Press reported the
38:30
smear and then it's called the wrap-up
38:32
smear now I'm going to merchandise the
38:34
presses report on the smear that we made
38:36
and it's a tactic and it's it's
38:40
self-evident what she admits here in
38:42
this part of the story is you create the
38:45
smear and you go to your friends in the
38:49
media who then will report it for you so
38:52
that you can then say look what my
38:54
friends over there reported in the media
38:56
that's the only part she missed in her
38:58
ask well she was yes she was not
39:00
explaining it well but it's a trick that
39:03
this it's in the books
39:04
I mean it's known trick in the CIA is a
39:08
met a master of it and the way it was
39:13
usually would initially explained is
39:16
that they would go to the point of
39:19
placing these articles or these smears
39:22
in foreign publications yeah although
39:25
that's it that's the best you put it in
39:28
in the Uganda times then the New York
39:31
Times can say according to the Uganda
39:33
times yeah and then they report it and
39:36
then then you say look and you did a new
39:38
report what the New York Times report is
39:40
and the New York Times just reported
39:42
whatever the Ugandan Times reported
39:44
which was done by a CIA guy working at
39:46
the Uganda Times and this is why it's so
39:49
important to have so many people placed
39:52
in all the publications that are Aegeus
39:55
and that's why you need all this drug
39:57
money to have this black budget the
39:59
sea-ice budget is who knows what it is
40:01
but they have a lot
40:02
people working for him at the newspaper
40:04
level yes not just that but I am willing
40:08
to say anybody who appears on television
40:12
on a news show which is never about news
40:16
if the if the station has the name as
40:19
the word news in the name you know it's
40:21
not news so if they show up and they
40:23
have a book they're CIA they're
40:26
immediately suspect they probably didn't
40:28
write the book very few people write
40:30
their own books and very few people get
40:33
to go on expensive book tours I've been
40:36
looking at this business for about a
40:37
year or so you don't just get a Hampton
40:39
on a book tour and I will argue that a
40:41
bit oh yeah and I'm not working for
40:43
anybody except to no agenda listener but
40:47
now that you bring that up we might as
40:50
well play this ret clip mm-hmm this is a
40:56
William Arkin guy and this is a spooks
40:59
is pundits clip so you talked about the
41:02
people who populate the networks as
41:04
pundits and you've been a fierce critic
41:07
of the national security state or at
41:09
least understanding who it is who is
41:11
explaining things to us reading from
41:13
Politico former CIA director John
41:16
Brennan laid a super spook they said to
41:19
be reborn as a TV news II he just cashed
41:21
in at NBC News as the senior national
41:23
security and intelligence analyst served
41:25
as first expert views and Meet the Press
41:28
the Brennan acquisition seeks to elevate
41:30
NBC to spook parity with CNN which
41:33
employs former Director of National
41:34
Intelligence James clapper former CIA
41:37
director Michael Hayden a similar
41:38
capacity other lesser-known National
41:41
Security veterans thrive under TV's grow
41:43
lights almost too numerous to list they
41:46
include truck rosenberg former acting
41:47
DEA administrator chief of staff for FBI
41:50
director james comey and counselor to
41:52
former FBI director robert muller Frank
41:55
fig Lucy former chief of FBI
41:57
counterintelligence Oh Juan Zarate
41:59
deputy national security adviser under
42:02
Bush at NBC Fran Townsend homeland
42:04
security guys are under Bush and it goes
42:06
on and on and on these are now the
42:10
pundits and so
42:11
you have a situation like president
42:13
Trump announcing he will immediately
42:15
withdraw US troops from Syria and have
42:18
the troops that are in Afghanistan you
42:20
have this massive attack on him that's
42:24
actually led by the permanent national
42:28
security state under the guise of
42:31
pundits on television well I think that
42:33
you've I mean what you said stands for
42:36
itself Amy but I would add to it that I
42:38
think the real crisis is that when we
42:40
have a panel discussion on television in
42:43
the mainstream press and even in the
42:45
mainstream newspapers we don't populate
42:48
that panel with people who are in
42:50
opposition we have a single war party in
42:53
the United States and it's the only one
42:56
that is given voice and so really the
42:58
crisis is not so much that there are
43:01
experienced government officials
43:03
speaking out the problem is that there
43:05
aren't critics who are sitting next to
43:07
them saying that you're full of it
43:09
they're also spokes so to me we need to
43:13
balance that and I think that probably
43:16
because of the phenomenon of Donald
43:19
Trump let's just be honest about it
43:21
really what we see on TV now is former
43:26
Obama administration officials
43:29
masquerading as analysts who are
43:32
nonpartisan when in fact they are
43:34
partisan and and indeed we see fewer
43:38
retired generals and fewer retired
43:41
admirals who sometimes are useful in
43:43
terms of explaining the profession of
43:46
arms and the conduct of military
43:47
operations in favor of these political
43:51
figures who have a partisan view I just
43:55
don't think the American public gets
43:56
well served by the fact that there isn't
43:58
a broad range of opinions on those
44:01
panels I want to see peaceniks I want to
44:03
see academics I want to see historians I
44:06
want them to as much have a voice their
44:08
dream of understanding what's going on
44:10
as I do see a former Obama
44:13
administration official we have to break
44:15
yeah yes please break away so for sure
44:19
if you ever come out with that vinegar
44:22
book then we know you've been
44:23
compromised that's that
44:25
it's a given that some yeah yeah he's
44:28
gonna have to write that vinegar boss
44:30
[Music]
44:33
okay well we're in this topic I do have
44:37
a Hersh clip that kind of backs that
44:38
other clip up and this is when he was on
44:40
al Jazeera being interviewed to Seymour
44:42
Hersh oh this is another literate
44:46
Rhett's yes I think it's going to hell
44:50
now what you have is if you don't like
44:55
Trump you read the New York Times and
44:57
Washington Post and what certain cable
44:58
shows CNN if you like Trump you watch
45:01
Fox News and you read other paper that's
45:03
equal all your that's flying into a
45:05
Trump narrative Fox News is not the same
45:06
as New Times you know Sam still does
45:07
good journalism by the way the Fox News
45:09
but it doesn't but the credibility of
45:11
the New York Times because it's so
45:13
hostile to him maybe legitimately but
45:15
over the top I think they've gone way
45:17
over the top in terms of like running an
45:19
anonymous letter yeah okay how long ago
45:21
was this because it was one of his last
45:22
nonnamous letter this was in January of
45:25
this year
45:26
yeah well that was definitely one of his
45:28
last appearances ever well it was on
45:30
eligible Al Jazeera of course do another
45:34
thing from this exact same theme just to
45:36
stick with the RET theme again from this
45:39
year in January and what we just heard
45:41
about the New York Times and the guy who
45:43
owns the New York Times New York Times I
45:45
here's Jill Abramson the New York Times
45:49
her former employer the former executive
45:51
editor of the New York Times Jill
45:53
Abramson criticizing that newspaper in
45:56
her upcoming book calling The Times news
45:59
coverage unmistakeably anti-trump let's
46:02
bring in howard kurtz
46:03
fox news media analyst and host of media
46:06
buzz she's not going to be making a lot
46:08
of friends among her former colleagues
46:10
at the New York Times with a lot of what
46:12
she has to say in this book Howie
46:14
absolutely not Jon but this is an
46:16
extraordinary rebuke by Jill Abramson
46:18
the former executive editor as you say
46:20
if she not only calls the news coverage
46:23
on mistakable anti-trump she says the
46:25
younger staff they're the woke staff
46:27
members as she puts it are so concerned
46:30
about what they see is the dangers of
46:31
Trump's presidency that they want to
46:33
throw out the old journalistic standards
46:35
she also says that given the papers
46:36
mostly liberal audience
46:39
there's a financial reward for the times
46:41
and running so many stories about Trump
46:42
almost all the negative of that is
46:44
soaring traffic yes that's why people
46:54
come to the No Agenda show this is true
46:59
yes I have two observations about
47:02
something the president is doing which
47:04
is not I don't think being well I'm sure
47:07
it's not being analyzed by news so this
47:10
is just you know one one VJ to an old an
47:13
old columnist we're pulling out of a lot
47:17
of different areas and Trump is making
47:19
some very interesting moves that is
47:21
obviously not being reported on very
47:23
very broadly at all Japan is now and I
47:31
think at the invitation of the president
47:33
moved into the Strait of Hormuz this is
47:37
you know where was like 60% of the
47:39
world's oil passes through this 20 mile
47:45
nightmare this straight yeah and of
47:47
course Iran has you know been been
47:51
making trouble yeah we had a drone shot
47:53
down or shot her own drone down who just
47:55
a big quagmire but what I think is
47:58
happening is Trump is pulling completely
48:01
out of all of these regions you know
48:03
Turkey and Russia are now messing around
48:05
in Libya you know what leave it leave it
48:10
just leave everything to those guys and
48:13
mainly because we don't need to get our
48:15
oil from the Strait of Hormuz in a brief
48:17
breaking report on Friday Japan's Asahi
48:19
Shimbun said Tokyo had decided to send
48:21
its own troops to the Strait of Hormuz
48:23
instead of joining the us-led coalition
48:26
tasked with safeguarding commercial
48:28
shipping in the Middle East it said
48:30
Prime Minister Shinzo Abbott told his
48:32
ministers in a National Security Council
48:33
meeting to review the mission specifics
48:36
it also said that because ah they had
48:38
visited Iran in June possibly to serve
48:40
as a mediator between Iran and the US
48:42
this could be a move to avoid clashing
48:45
with Iran and at the same time stay on
48:47
board with Washington's plan for the
48:49
defense shipping the Strait of Hormuz is
48:51
a crucial area in term
48:52
of international trade because if the
48:54
route taken to transport 20% of the
48:56
world's petroleum so I think Trump made
48:59
some kind of deal with with eBay and
49:02
said look you go park over there I'll
49:04
take care of those disputed islands that
49:06
I that we all know are really yours but
49:08
China's are trying to take them over and
49:10
and that will be the new theater for us
49:14
so if you know that's the oil part or
49:16
petroleum another thing always important
49:19
when the world is you know just in the
49:21
world in general is gold where is a lot
49:23
of gold mining done
49:25
it's a place we've all heard of but week
49:28
I certainly always kind of glaze over
49:30
when I hear Burkina Faso I and whatever
49:35
where is it what's in Africa and this
49:39
report from france24 tells us that maybe
49:43
Trump is not so interested in everybody
49:45
having any more gold or mining it or
49:47
whatever his attack did not come out of
49:49
nowhere even if it is the worst attack
49:51
in burkina faso's modern history we have
49:54
seen a sharp increase and I mean a very
49:56
sharp increase in attacks since Burkina
49:58
Faso as a whole became sort of dragged
50:01
into the broader conflict and the
50:02
broader sort of jihadist insurgency that
50:05
began in this whole region around 2015
50:08
it's perhaps no accident that France
50:10
just last month in November announced
50:13
that they were deploying more troops as
50:15
part of their bark on reach operation
50:18
throughout the Sahel regions to Burkina
50:20
Faso I always love that you never hear
50:22
about any other countries messing around
50:23
in Africa finally we hear about the
50:26
French it's and more specifically right
50:28
to the region where these attacks happen
50:30
today it's the so called three borders
50:31
region it's where Burkina Faso's border
50:34
meets up with Molly and me share and as
50:36
these attacks are escalating another
50:39
military presence in the region the u.s.
50:41
is reportedly planning to withdraw
50:43
troops
50:44
and yeah what I could tell you comes at
50:46
the big caveat this is according to a
50:48
report that actually appeared in the New
50:50
York Times a couple of days back saying
50:52
that the US military is now weighing
50:55
proposals for a major reduction or even
50:58
a complete pullout of American forces
51:01
from West Africa not just from Burkina
51:03
Faso or from but from West Africa in
51:06
general and that this is part of a
51:07
broader Pentagon sort of rethink of its
51:10
entire global deployment strategy so
51:13
drawing West Africa would be the first
51:15
in line but there could also be American
51:17
troops being drawn down from regions in
51:18
Latin America Iraq Afghanistan why as
51:21
part of the new focus on is this not the
51:24
story of the year I mean it's a week I
51:28
didn't withdraw recently by not the
51:32
media of this some report in The New
51:36
York Times somewhere mentioned it but
51:38
this is this is huge pulling out of
51:40
everywhere and it makes so much sense
51:42
go ahead you have the next 20 years of
51:46
bullcrap whoever wants to go in China
51:49
have at it
51:52
certainly if I mean Burkina Faso it's
51:55
gold really is mining it's a there two
51:58
major exports are gold and children who
52:01
mined for gold small-batch this
52:05
small-batch artisanal mining that's
52:07
really what they do and a lot of you
52:10
know there's other mining around around
52:14
Burkina Faso and other countries
52:16
surrounding it in West Africa in general
52:17
but again you know what we always put
52:21
more troops in under some bullcrap ruse
52:24
of Ebola we gotta go protect everybody
52:26
or our interests so that's done with and
52:29
I think that this is part of the overall
52:30
Trump strategy of no just no pulling out
52:35
of it it may have to do with the
52:38
outrageous squandering of funds yes
52:43
trillions of dollars that could go into
52:45
our own economy I just lament every time
52:48
I like I was driving in Oakland uh a
52:51
couple days ago just some streets and go
52:53
from here to there and it was like yeah
52:56
I mean it was like pothole city and I'm
52:58
surprised I didn't break an axle for 12
53:02
years he's not broken an axle yet but
53:05
the complaints have been there hey it's
53:07
borderline situations believe me his car
53:10
luckily I you know I Drive a car that
53:13
hasn't well made yeah but I don't know
53:17
yeah well you know where's the coverage
53:19
done there's no no no let's just talk
53:21
about impeaching peach and peas or beef
53:23
well you bring you bring up a good point
53:24
about about the squandering of funds and
53:27
this is where it gets a little difficult
53:29
and I've just had a lot of time to think
53:30
about this if you look at that just take
53:33
Ukraine as the example you know where
53:35
yeah one American news and Rudy Giuliani
53:38
and they're going to uncover thousands
53:40
of sealed indictments seven and a half
53:42
billion dollars transferred back to you
53:45
know everybody everywhere it's a lot of
53:48
it's in the actual government documents
53:50
themselves if you look at money that was
53:52
intended for the Train it does take a
53:54
genius it's you know 300 million dollars
53:57
was earmark government money our money
54:00
tax money 300 million dollars for AIDS
54:04
education in
54:05
Ukraine and that's going to NGOs and and
54:09
that's how it works you set up you know
54:12
it's like hey John we got a buddy over
54:13
there and you know they make it in
54:15
Congress and you know they got some
54:17
chips in with somebody else so why don't
54:19
we start a little non-governmental
54:20
organization we will educate podcasters
54:23
how to be be free media something like
54:27
that and then we'll get into your market
54:29
we'll get twenty five million dollars we
54:31
put together a class though this is what
54:34
it is and this is what we should be
54:36
doing I know this is the you need a good
54:45
grassman ship person somebody knows how
54:46
to write grants and you can you can make
54:48
a lot of money off of this thing that
54:50
they're trying to put an end to and I
54:52
think is wise to put an end to it
54:53
because it is squandering taxpayers
54:56
money is not going toward jets it's not
54:59
going toward anything you know but but
55:01
wait wait wait wait this disel this will
55:04
make you laugh Greece what do we know
55:06
about Greece Greece is broke it's broke
55:10
it's broke
55:10
however the finance that was the finance
55:13
minister the defense minister Nico's
55:17
poolboy Panagiotopoulos told parliament
55:21
earlier this month that they needed to
55:24
upgrade their VIPRE class f-16 fighters
55:29
and so they're going to spend two
55:32
hundred and eighty billion dollars
55:36
on upgrading their f-16 fighter jets who
55:40
even knew Greece had fighter jets don't
55:43
you do they really need them no because
55:46
it's for us it's us we give the Greek
55:50
money through IMF and other mechanisms
55:54
and it came right back to us so we'll
55:59
have a nice tool that per se okay
56:01
Lockheed is that not us well I'm not you
56:06
know what I mean
56:07
it comes right back to the u.s. to
56:08
Lockheed but others whom the maintenance
56:10
contracts the shipping the logistics
56:14
it's all economic hitman stuff and it's
56:18
not really booming anybody but assholes
56:21
who were already rich or their kids and
56:23
one American news is I mean we played
56:26
this months ago about paul pelosi her
56:28
son they've now wrapped it up into a
56:31
little news item we were quite a bit
56:33
ahead of this one as the ukraine scandal
56:35
backfires on the Biden family the
56:37
Pelosi's may be the next to come under
56:39
scrutiny an old promotional video
56:41
resurfaced on Thursday more than six
56:43
years after is uploaded by an energy
56:44
company which does business in Ukraine
56:46
the video starts out with Nancy Pelosi
56:48
speaking about her efforts in office to
56:50
push for clean energy her message is
56:52
followed by a promotional statement from
56:54
her son Paul who was a board member of
56:56
vist
56:56
and an executive at its related company
56:58
energy lab just two years after this
57:17
video is uploaded Pelosi led a
57:18
congressional delegation to Ukraine to
57:20
discuss issues like energy security and
57:23
her son travel to the country as
57:24
recently as 2017 on behalf of the
57:27
corporate governance initiative where he
57:28
now serves as executive director do you
57:31
run a court you have a corporate
57:32
governance business and you're here in
57:33
Ukraine speaking with representative the
57:35
government investment bankers discussing
57:38
certain things relate to the soccer
57:40
exactly the Biden faces similar
57:42
allegations they use his father's
57:44
position to make lucrative business
57:46
deals in Ukraine and China
57:48
so there you go just you'll give the kid
57:50
some money well you know that way you
57:53
can spread it out a little bit by the
57:54
way you know that a one American news is
57:56
suing Rachel Maddow no I did not know
57:59
this
57:59
no I looks like they have a case tell me
58:04
and so rachel is going on saying well
58:06
you know whatever I say something is not
58:08
really a fact it's just something I
58:10
think for what happens when it never has
58:12
I'm a hotshot lawyer it was the case
58:14
about what did she say she said that one
58:16
American news was was a Russian front
58:19
but paid for by the Russkies I hope
58:23
someone says that about you and I well
58:26
he'd have to assume but yeah well that's
58:31
the hope said they have a case and then
58:32
now she's all freaked out about it well
58:35
she should be because she's got a big
58:36
mouth yeah someone yeah it's about time
58:40
someone took her down a notch well be
58:44
more than a notch if one American news
58:46
has its way
58:49
yeah we'll see that's good I didn't know
58:51
that yeah it's pretty fight got a kick
58:53
out of it
58:56
all right I think we with that with that
59:01
at the one hour mark exactly I'd like to
59:03
thank you for your courage and say in
59:05
the morning to you the man who put the C
59:06
in Christmas John de Boer AK well in the
59:11
morning Yuma striker any more airship
59:13
see boots on the ground feet in the air
59:14
subs to the water all the Dames
59:15
tonight's out there in the morning to
59:17
the trolls and let me see how many
59:19
trolls do you have here today because it
59:21
is still oh wow nice 1071 trolls on deck
59:26
and all there to serve and to troll
59:29
which is what they do so well thank you
59:31
Thank You trolls for being there no
59:32
agenda stream comm got big plans for
59:35
that website this year and finally going
59:37
to try and get something together make
59:39
it a little more cohesive we'll be
59:42
reaching out to you
59:43
that's no agenda stream comm where you
59:45
can listen to all of our live shows
59:47
there's 24 hours day there's something
59:49
running a podcast which you can later
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subscribe to but it's really a cool
59:53
place to hang out and exchange
59:56
information or just troll other people
59:58
and yourselves also in the morning to
1:00:02
our artists for episode 12 o - we titled
1:00:08
that one invidious phobias which i think
1:00:12
is the title of 2019 I really liked it I
1:00:16
still have to look up the word invidious
1:00:18
every time I think it means scary or
1:00:22
something like that
1:00:25
Mike Reilly Mike Reilly brought us the
1:00:27
perfect Boxing Day artwork Santa Claus
1:00:31
Saint Nick boxing with the kangaroo and
1:00:33
not only was it just perfectly done it
1:00:36
pops because it was yellow background
1:00:38
and yeah it's a pro well guys say the
1:00:41
guy's a pro we found that at no agenda
1:00:43
art generator calms where you can look
1:00:46
at all of the art 10 times as much art
1:00:48
as we have episodes there was a lot of
1:00:50
good art and so we had to make a
1:00:54
decision and they would that's we picked
1:00:56
a we generally swing a little bit toward
1:01:00
original art if we can find it and in
1:01:03
other words the guy draws something yes
1:01:08
and O'Reilly pretty good at it I mean he
1:01:10
I mean he boys he does one piece usually
1:01:15
and he's not like it Darren O'Neill gets
1:01:17
more hits because Darren O'Neill's the
1:01:20
productive guy he's like Bam Bam Bam Bam
1:01:24
does five pieces of show easy yeah with
1:01:29
one hand where we talk about to say oh
1:01:32
this piece I really like this piece yeah
1:01:33
I know I would say you you will like I
1:01:36
won't like is something somebody won't
1:01:38
wait well you know you know what we
1:01:39
should actually well let me finish this
1:01:41
story because this kind of the way it
1:01:43
works and say ah you know you look at
1:01:45
this Darren O'Neill and they say well I
1:01:47
hate the gays dude nice then you find
1:01:49
another piece of okay would pick that
1:01:51
it's also Darren O'Neill I always say
1:01:54
well I don't feel so bad about rejecting
1:01:57
his other people look I'm just looking
1:01:59
at the at the page it would be an idea
1:02:04
although I don't think I have the
1:02:05
bandwidth but it would be an idea you
1:02:07
can literally take what the artists are
1:02:09
doing while we're doing the show and you
1:02:11
could put that into a timeline that
1:02:13
would switch when we switch topics I
1:02:16
mean it goes from Kevin Spacey to Trump
1:02:21
to Jane Fonda to the the the boob
1:02:24
growing burger is it's almost it's
1:02:27
almost in a time line it's very
1:02:29
interesting now that's is that project
1:02:33
for yet and a lot of times the guys like
1:02:35
in the last show there's somebody who
1:02:37
tried to outguess the show there's
1:02:39
always one artist by the way I don't
1:02:41
recommend doing this cuz it's pretty
1:02:42
hard to do is say I know what they're
1:02:45
gonna talk about yeah oh yeah well
1:02:47
that's the burger we didn't talk about
1:02:48
the burger last time no I send people
1:02:51
already they did art for the last show I
1:02:53
thought about the burger he never talked
1:02:54
about the burger I wasn't actually until
1:02:56
you brought it up on today's show I was
1:02:58
never gonna talk about the burger but
1:03:00
I'm a burger kind of guy you are your
1:03:03
burger kind of guy mmm I'm a I'm not a
1:03:06
nothing burger
1:03:09
the point is is that trying to outguess
1:03:11
we're gonna talk about is not to because
1:03:14
we don't just because was in the news or
1:03:17
it was some sort of gimmicky story
1:03:19
doesn't mean we're gonna talk about it
1:03:21
and generally we don't know and
1:03:23
generally the things that we think all
1:03:24
we have really got to talk about that we
1:03:26
forget to talk about that's that that's
1:03:30
the show that's when you only have
1:03:35
thousands of producers outside the
1:03:37
studio there's not actually someone here
1:03:40
to kick you and say hey remember talk
1:03:41
about this well let's thank a few people
1:03:44
for being executive producers and
1:03:46
associate executive producers for show
1:03:48
twelve
1:03:49
oh is it twelve Ostrom or three yes now
1:03:52
is this our year-end special this or is
1:03:54
this a this know that with everybody's
1:03:59
well the year-end special is actually
1:04:01
going to be on the 2nd of January this
1:04:03
is the special but anyone who
1:04:05
contributed three hundred thirty three
1:04:08
dollars and 33 cents forgotten an
1:04:09
executive producer for this show will be
1:04:12
can use it they can claim executive
1:04:15
producer ship for the No Agenda New
1:04:19
Year's special ah okay and then that and
1:04:23
they were not gonna do another one of
1:04:24
these special executive producer things
1:04:26
until July fourth which is the fourth of
1:04:31
July for you I know you don't remember
1:04:33
that date but you know just because you
1:04:37
wrote a shitty sentence in the
1:04:39
newsletter drafted to try and tell me
1:04:42
that I don't know what July Phila friend
1:04:44
what cut and then you called me a
1:04:46
communist you McCarthyite I'm reminded
1:04:51
of star like thirteen or in that movie
1:04:54
where the guy comes in and he somebody
1:04:56
tries to talk about the 27 Yankees and
1:04:58
the guy doesn't know what he's talking
1:04:59
about
1:04:59
and so they figure so let me just
1:05:04
mansplain this okay John always sends me
1:05:07
the newsletter to look over and there's
1:05:10
usually some typos and so I what I do is
1:05:13
I click always there's usually some
1:05:15
typos one or two it's not a big deal and
1:05:18
then I'll copy the line I pasted the
1:05:20
line with the correction and this first
1:05:22
line was
1:05:22
you know this it was I just didn't
1:05:24
understand it and so I copied and pasted
1:05:27
the line about you won't have another
1:05:30
chance like this until July 4th and like
1:05:34
wow we're not kind of any special shows
1:05:36
until July 4th I know what July 4th is
1:05:38
so I just replied July 4th question mark
1:05:41
can you come back with Jack comrade make
1:05:45
up some kind of commie please so I'm
1:05:49
thinking I'm going back to stall like 17
1:05:52
or 13 wherever that movie was and they
1:05:54
beat the crap by this guy doesn't know
1:05:55
anything about the 27 Yankees and I'm
1:05:57
thinking poor Adam who doesn't like
1:06:00
sports he shows up in a Nazi
1:06:05
concentration camp right all right who
1:06:09
won the 20 to 2019 World Series I'd be
1:06:12
like put me up against the wall gotta be
1:06:17
more people that don't follow sports and
1:06:19
be more so today that back in the day
1:06:21
but Colditz was it not cold it's Stalag
1:06:25
a Stalag 13 cold it's I think it was
1:06:28
called I remember I don't escape from
1:06:31
escape from style like 17 that's what it
1:06:34
was okay anyway let anyway listen
1:06:39
anyways people who helped us year wait
1:06:43
wait stop who won the FA Cup wasn't at
1:06:47
Liverpool
1:06:49
you know this is another thing that
1:06:50
bothers me let me let me stop again okay
1:06:54
so I'm watching ESPN which is just
1:06:57
deteriorated I mean they're okay during
1:06:59
their football playoffs and even though
1:07:02
they don't have good sound engineers it
1:07:04
seems they I'm looking at the scores
1:07:07
underneath and they're showing all these
1:07:09
British club sports soccer scores hmm
1:07:12
and this is one after another I'm
1:07:14
thinking why are they doing this because
1:07:16
it because Americans are all into
1:07:18
British
1:07:20
they're all Manchester United fans or
1:07:23
witnesses they they know that nothing
1:07:28
goes better with avocado toast than some
1:07:30
soccer scores then I think to myself
1:07:33
well if that's true why are they so
1:07:36
racist about it
1:07:39
racist where's the soccer scores from
1:07:41
Brazil where's the soccer scores from
1:07:45
Mexico where's the soccer scores from
1:07:47
Africa well but this you know if you
1:07:49
were just like it where's the cricket
1:07:51
scores from India it was kind of a big
1:07:53
championship me but this is week after
1:07:57
week day after day we're talking about
1:07:59
the regular season they're just showing
1:08:03
British scores of soccer games it's Iran
1:08:06
it's a plot but they don't show
1:08:09
Brazilian scores they don't show Mexican
1:08:12
they don't show any other scores from
1:08:14
any other countries just bridges they
1:08:17
don't even show the this stuff well they
1:08:18
do show they'll show Madrid that some of
1:08:21
the scores of them in the continent
1:08:24
well here's I'm gonna answer this for
1:08:27
you maybe they maybe they've figured out
1:08:30
that by only showing the British scores
1:08:32
they will keep old white coats like you
1:08:35
engaged wondering why there's no
1:08:37
Brazilian scores because you're clearly
1:08:40
yelling at the TV let's thank some
1:08:45
people by the way everyone should yell
1:08:47
at the TV is fine it is good let's start
1:08:53
with Richard Bagwell at Louisville
1:08:55
Kentucky you don't even give a
1:08:58
horse-racing scores you keep one two
1:09:01
three four five six which he does yes
1:09:03
that's right beautiful call I'm sure
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Richard even though I don't think he's
1:09:07
claimed yet to know but Sir Richard
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point I have not managed my password
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like I had do not know the password I
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know I can retrieve it I have not
1:09:32
managed my LinkedIn profile probably
1:09:36
ever but I think I I set it up when we
1:09:39
started pod show because that looked
1:09:41
professional I am hereby requesting to
1:09:45
outsource my LinkedIn profile and anyone
1:09:48
who is serious I would like you to
1:09:51
manage it because I believe that man
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the profile is of huge importance and
1:09:56
could actually help the show
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I'm sure somebody'll take you up I mean
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I'm thinking of doing it but I wouldn't
1:10:02
no no no I'm not letting you anywhere
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near that thing jobs jobs jobs and jobs
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that's karma I think I just I just felt
1:10:15
the keepers ears perk up going hmm maybe
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I could manage that yeah she could
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probably do it oh I know she could I
1:10:23
don't think I can afford her
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you know the pair alright onward with
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Sir AJ van der Steen in Carlsbad
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California with $1,000 this is our
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retired lieutenant colonel from the
1:10:39
Marines ah yes that's right he always
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ends its has it been a year since we
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last heard from or did he come in an
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interim I think about once every six
1:10:48
months what we love you know he came in
1:10:50
during the year at least once if not
1:10:52
twice what's with smaller donations but
1:10:55
he always sends a very nice note with
1:10:58
that he was he got he got himself into a
1:11:00
health Jam as you recall from the last
1:11:03
note and he he's back I believe he's
1:11:08
also its official title sir Joseph with
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an F Earl of Southern California when
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approved oh there are issues with the
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segmentation down there and it has to be
1:11:23
resolved by the peerage committee it's
1:11:24
taking a little taken a lot longer than
1:11:26
it should clearly I don't you know what
1:11:28
is with these guys I know anyway so he
1:11:32
always writes on marine letterhead is
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very attractive
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I am John and Adam I have attached my
1:11:37
last contribution for our calendar year
1:11:40
2019 omnibus budget please put it to
1:11:44
good use
1:11:44
regret that we are a bit tardy with this
1:11:47
submission we were visiting family in
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Texas where we got a clear impression of
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the awesome power of the m5m though we
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spent three weeks with the most prolific
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Trump haters Rachel Maddow Watchers and
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just plain crazy people for this family
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I guess you know you're in trouble when
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you see Rachel Maddow on the family
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Sirius XM radio list and the bumper
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sticker beto on the back I honestly
1:12:22
didn't know that Sirius XM carries full
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time Maddow Show
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we love our family but it sure is good
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to be home
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1,500 miles away is Carlsbad uh this
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contribution makes me eligible
1:12:39
eligible for promotion - Earl on the
1:12:42
peerage list okay well with this with
1:12:44
the blessing of all the members of the
1:12:46
peerage committee I would like to
1:12:48
maintain sovereignty over the Southern
1:12:50
California Protectorate please change my
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title to Sir Joseph pearl of Southern
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California and asked the back office to
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send the appropriate parchment no
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jingles but I would you I would I could
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use a bit more of your great goat health
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Karma thank you and Merry Christmas to
1:13:08
you and your families so I think I
1:13:11
should put him down for an earl upgrade
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we just leave the Protectorate in
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abeyance for now I think you can give
1:13:21
him to protect your it in abeyance
1:13:25
in California in abeyance yeah ia that's
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six billions is abeyance ABA why why I
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think is a Bob eBay and I think it's EU
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I think it's a balance
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and punch it in it'll give you an
1:13:46
underline if some punching it in your
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right a be what yes you're right you're
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correct this with an e good okay so he's
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on the list
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outstanding well I'm glad you survived
1:13:58
your health issues and the family don't
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know one is which one is worse well it's
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like you go through this probably did
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him well to go down and makes you
1:14:09
appreciate lysis of all places by the
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way makes you appreciate life insanity
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sanity of the amygdala yeah healthy
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healthy yes and he wanted a a goat karma
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right a you got here comes simplify
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you've got cool for us to say that even
1:14:33
though neither of us are Marines yeah
1:14:36
you can say it no okay cool it's a
1:14:38
greeting it's like a greeting it's like
1:14:40
a cheers like cheers yeah I mean that's
1:14:43
a little more history to means a little
1:14:44
more to the Marines that's you're
1:14:46
kidding yes okay well that's the marine
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trolls in the troll room say yes yeah of
1:14:52
course they like hearing it RC mouse in
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Vista California is next on the list
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with $334 he's in Vista California and
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he has also has a handwritten note and I
1:15:07
gotta get my glasses on again he's
1:15:09
actually sent a nice card with a mouse
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on it I'll make a small correction we're
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allowed to say Semper Fi but we're not
1:15:17
allowed to do ha
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apparently you gotta you gotta you gotta
1:15:23
have gone through the training to do
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that one yeah I'd I would think so I
1:15:27
agree I get it mason's to me warm
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christmas wishes the rights RC mouse
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thank you for another year of an
1:15:37
entertaining media deconstruction I
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couldn't not think of a better way of
1:15:40
showing my appreciation that become an
1:15:43
executive producer many thanks for all
1:15:45
the plugs on the show for the Fareed
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Khan meetup in Chicago well we are had a
1:15:52
blast
1:15:53
we are furry enthusiasts we are we are
1:15:59
and why not why not no there's no real I
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have I have a furry uh mm-hmm
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kind of a well let me explain what
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happened chest so no I don't I have a
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furry dog had a big giant thing it's a
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huge up take a picture of him putting
1:16:16
the newsletter put it on your head and
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take a picture
1:16:21
drape I think it's officially a furry
1:16:23
costume J who dot does dog walking
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mm-hmm ran into a period for about one
1:16:30
month where every time she went dog
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walking there was something with a
1:16:35
little free sign out laying out in the
1:16:38
somebody's driveway and she picked up
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I'd like a not a couch but a big chair a
1:16:45
table that was actually she refinished
1:16:49
and his dog head dog head and the thing
1:16:55
about the dog hair by the way and you'd
1:16:58
be surprised how big it is it has a
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fanny in it a battery-powered follow to
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keep you cool yeah otherwise I guess
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you'd sweat to death in the thing and
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it's okay I guess somebody's throwing
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their kids three customers up maybe
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there's so let me just get this way so J
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and knickers still living with you right
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temporarily yeah so they're bringing
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trash back to your so this like Sanford
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and Son this whole outfit that you're
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running there yeah junkyard like look
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dad I got a table I can finish it make
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it look good here I got a dog head for
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you great fine J another day's work is
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good well I'm just kidding I like dog
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head I have I've decided as an aside and
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I really appreciate I appreciate the
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invitation to to Jays wedding in in May
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I think and we're very excited about
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coming but I do have one stipulation
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I would for once just like to see your
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studio yeah
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and why am I not allowed to see it it's
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a mess yeah I know and what if I saw
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happening what if I signed an NDA
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Oh think about it just think about it
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it's I'm just putting it on the table
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that's an interesting idea
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okay all right onward with Kailen this
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store at three hundred thirty three
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dollars and 33 cents be a special
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executive producer for the special
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coming up thanks for a great year he
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writes my thank you for a great year my
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friends many more happy new year as Sir
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who I think started his company during
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during our tenure of the show oh you go
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it's only a few years ago and is
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apparently going quite well
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well we've helped him and yes yeah and I
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want to mention that is a good product
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anything both the products from lavender
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blossoms and Jambo from Jambo Joe have
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now we're not sure if it's if it's
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directly attributable but Tina had like
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a sciatic nerve problem which could be
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quite painful and you know the minute
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the CBD was applied the next day things
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got better
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I'm not saying it's completely
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attributable but I'm a believer I'm a
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huge believer in the CBD so he's got
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rheumatoid arthritis and she uses the
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cream on her hands and she says are
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fantastic so that was she calls you that
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and acupuncture do one yeah yeah I've a
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Q PI like acupuncture I'm actually okay
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with that so at Cal thank you very much
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thank you for your support of the show
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okay now I have to look this look I'm
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going to squirrel mail here no no way do
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I have to do it no yeah I do I have to
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because it is better than just plain old
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IMAP or SMTP you like send mail forget
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about it you want to go straight to the
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source the source can find your emails
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anywhere that's dripping down way beyond
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the spam he doesn't get none of that
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ladies and gentlemen they won't tell you
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there's time for jaunty Dvorak's mo
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squirrel Mel obfuscated your did your
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mail
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obviously torch Onix nephron next with
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another 33333
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and I could say we only had three of
1:20:53
these donations that click that
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particular button so we do have the show
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coming up but I'm guessing that these
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special things are people already got
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their specials in I'd like to be
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knighted a sir does Peter Chung good
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good good I'd like to be knighted sir
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Peter Knight of the day well that's a
1:21:12
good one I either sent accounting to the
1:21:14
wrong place or John skipped over it yeah
1:21:16
could you repeat can you repeat on the
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air where a new knight should send
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accounting info yes I will laughing John
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at Dvorak org works which hey Baron he's
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on the list on the list Peter yes Peter
1:21:32
thank you very high it $333 credit to
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baron hey the felicitous felicitous
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felicitations gents i'm making this
1:21:42
donation to show support and i smacked
1:21:45
my lips tear because i'm what's this mad
1:21:47
mother she was trying to swallow some
1:21:49
saliva this apparently getting into my
1:21:51
discussion here that's my working this
1:21:53
donation to support the show for the
1:21:55
animated No Agenda YouTube channel John
1:21:58
should check his squirrel mail for
1:22:00
details well I'm not gonna play the
1:22:02
jingle but thank you for bringing that
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up
1:22:04
Barron hey idiot I had on my list for
1:22:08
today where it's like just under 4,000
1:22:11
subscribers for animated no agenda
1:22:13
everybody right now go to animated no
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agenda on YouTube and click the
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subscribe button code timecode we need
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to hit 5,000 because that's a magical
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number apparently with the with YouTube
1:22:33
but also just go there again to revisit
1:22:36
all of the I mean Horowitz called me
1:22:38
yesterday and he says man I gotta tell
1:22:41
you that animated no agenda is really
1:22:43
really good my daughter is showing it is
1:22:46
showing it to her friends my dog
1:22:47
never listens to the show like oh I
1:22:50
should listen to the show again it's
1:22:51
pretty funny what you guys is you'll
1:22:53
never listen to the show sure but you'll
1:22:54
listen to the animated no AG right which
1:22:56
is is a good start and remember the
1:22:58
hashtag Netflix because we're going to
1:23:00
get this thing placed going to get it
1:23:03
play did they just they just announced
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they're no longer I'm gonna carry
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friends cuz there's a hundred million
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dollars a year so we'll be a lot cheaper
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than exactly and we can have as many
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episodes easily lather up Jennifer as
1:23:20
many episodes as friends we can do it
1:23:22
yes Jennifer what do you mean we never
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does a great job with that and I really
1:23:31
would like to see that push past the 5k
1:23:33
subscriptions algos kick in let's see if
1:23:35
we can get this let's exit strategy
1:23:37
people oh let's try and get this going
1:23:39
thankfully what I said it before I'll
1:23:42
say it again it's not an exit strategy
1:23:44
because to do this cartoon we have to
1:23:48
keep doing the show well then what are
1:23:50
you gonna call it it's just easier to
1:23:52
cover okay it's not an exit strategy or
1:23:54
right it's just another just more come
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on that's more work it's more work some
1:24:03
more work we love it though love it
1:24:06
I'd never thought I'd be a cartoon
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well you are now Toni Cabrera 309 mister
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sorry sir Alex Vander Hanks
1:24:19
three 2120 is his annual contribution
1:24:24
donation 3 2 1 . - Oh yep Happy New Year
1:24:28
mr. Alex thank you very much sir Alex
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founder Hank store vendor angst both
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work
1:24:35
Tony Cabrera 309 69 checking in with
1:24:40
your latest share of profits today is
1:24:42
the official relaunch of No Agenda shop
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calm yes dated design and new products
1:24:48
like stickers and hoodies we've been
1:24:50
we've been waiting for this this is this
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is good see people should go there and
1:24:54
get some stickers and when you're going
1:24:58
to the toll plaza get a little closer to
1:25:01
the to the left a little closer to the
1:25:03
thing and slap a sticker on there you
1:25:05
can see bands everybody's putting
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stickers up but just know no agenda
1:25:10
stickers like you always works me when I
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Drive to drop to the Tollbooth and
1:25:14
there's a place where you can put easily
1:25:17
place a sticker and there's no no agenda
1:25:20
stickers I like that I also like the
1:25:22
baggage carousel that's one of my
1:25:24
favorites that's a good place to put a
1:25:26
stick they never stay long because they
1:25:28
they wear down quick because of the
1:25:30
suitcases but there's nothing like
1:25:32
seeing you know the sticker come around
1:25:34
and go around again you can kind of mark
1:25:37
it like oh yeah okay that's where it
1:25:38
started alright yeah my suitcase not
1:25:40
here I'm getting dizzy no agenda show no
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agenda show it works it works does work
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um all right back to we hope the new
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changes help us survive and grow in 2020
1:25:54
well we hope so too for those who we
1:25:57
didn't talk about today about No Agenda
1:25:59
art generator calm but art from that
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website
1:26:03
some has not even been used on the show
1:26:06
at all read newsletters goes on to
1:26:08
t-shirts mugs hoodies stickers etc and
1:26:11
then a portion with the third of the
1:26:14
proceeds goes to know gender shop comm
1:26:16
1/3 goes to the artist and the third
1:26:17
goes to the show it's a beautiful value
1:26:20
for value collab and and I appreciate
1:26:25
what Tony and the team are doing there
1:26:26
and what does he want in the meantime
1:26:29
please hit me with a Manning and little
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girl bingo boom Shakalaka combo for good
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luck need a Bitcoin sure Rick in
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Arlington Washington 263 dollars and 37
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cents becomes a first associate
1:26:51
executive producer and he wrote us a
1:26:54
note I will return to the glasses grab
1:26:58
the note and then read it and I believe
1:27:00
he may also have a title change of some
1:27:03
yesterday right at the top yeah sure
1:27:05
Rick becomes Vike out of the Puget Sound
1:27:09
all right close fine to check if I had
1:27:12
difficult to predict when John checks
1:27:14
the PIO box but this should arrive about
1:27:16
the time as my normal automatic 6969
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donation if so feel free to combine it
1:27:22
with this amount for a 3333 executive
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producer ship I think there was one that
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did come in it's possible ok we'll push
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you up to executive then got to remember
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to do that with this donation I've
1:27:34
exceeded 5x and I will claim the title
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of icon that much just the end he says
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73 sir Rick and J&K Epstein didn't kill
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himself
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73 sk v acc martin viola in berlin
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Deutschland nice
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nice time of year in Berlin Dear John
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and Adam thank you again for the great
1:28:02
value of your show loving life for 2020
1:28:04
may I ask for some our est ECP karma and
1:28:10
all the best Martin yeah
1:28:14
danke mati
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our ESP ICT you've got karma Kim
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Vacheron and veteran comes in with 250
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bucks and she's in Foxborough
1:28:34
Massachusetts where the were the New
1:28:37
England Patriots play football hmm
1:28:39
I think it's the first donor from
1:28:41
Foxborough she sent a note in this is my
1:28:47
first donation my oldest son Griff hit
1:28:49
me in the mouth sometime late 2017 and
1:28:51
not long after I pulled a walk away good
1:28:55
hashtag walk away from the foolish
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Democratic Party mm-hmm that's
1:29:00
interesting I was a lifelong dem up to
1:29:05
then but had become increasingly
1:29:07
frustrated and finally had enough I'm
1:29:11
now happily unaffiliated you're very
1:29:14
good that's the way to go unaffiliated
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exactly yeah and a devoted listeners the
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best podcast in the universe I hope we
1:29:22
helped please accept this donation of
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250 bucks and thank you from the bottom
1:29:26
of my heart for keeping my sanity and
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check with your excellent deconstruction
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and many laughs you guys are seriously
1:29:34
the best Oh Thank You Kim I know she
1:29:37
didn't ask for it I would like to offer
1:29:39
her a deduction what I didn't finish the
1:29:45
note merry Christmas to you both and
1:29:48
best wishes for a happy healthy 2020
1:29:51
I'd love a resist we much and stop the
1:29:55
hammering along with a long-overdue d
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douching so now I gotta find all the
1:30:02
other stuff because it wasn't much you
1:30:06
can find pretty quickly but you can do
1:30:07
the D douching now okay
1:30:10
you've been deduced but resist we much
1:30:16
we must and we will much about that be
1:30:22
commitment and I couldn't find it find
1:30:25
it damn I couldn't get it in time but
1:30:28
stop the hammering yes you know how many
1:30:30
can I do it on word search
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and do you know how many how many jokes
1:30:35
we have about stop the hammering just
1:30:40
play a random one what is this actually
1:30:42
one of my favorites okay I'm gonna do
1:30:44
the sequence over again but desist we
1:30:47
much we must and we will much about that
1:30:53
we commit stop the hammering there we go
1:30:57
and that feels better feel good now your
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you know your people should know that
1:31:02
Adam is superstitious
1:31:06
I am us
1:31:08
what it's more like obsessive-compulsive
1:31:12
but yeah you can call it superstitious
1:31:16
Scottsdale meetup oh nice oh okay gather
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$220 Oh beautiful how many people I
1:31:26
didn't get a note so I don't I'd I have
1:31:28
no idea what a note with a check and it
1:31:33
says here we had our first meetup in
1:31:35
Scottsdale this came in from Jenna we
1:31:38
had our first meetup in Scottsdale and
1:31:41
with about 10 attendees the good news is
1:31:43
we collected $220 the bad news is 200 of
1:31:46
the 220 came from the barren of this so
1:31:54
we're gonna put Baron and Verde no no no
1:31:59
he put it in there keep it there other
1:32:02
remaining 20s from your host meet mister
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genitals as this was an inaugural
1:32:09
meet-up of strangers I didn't push too
1:32:12
hard for donations however we plan to
1:32:14
make this a regular thing so the future
1:32:16
so in the future I'm gonna get more
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strongly encouraged donations if for no
1:32:21
other reason than we don't look like a
1:32:23
bunch of douche bags no day that you may
1:32:26
be interested in as you guys have
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predicted everybody got along well and
1:32:29
there was no awkwardness whatsoever
1:32:33
all attendees were male most were 35 to
1:32:37
55 with 120 two-year-old and one over 65
1:32:42
2 to 3 learned about the no agenda show
1:32:45
from today in tech a couple by
1:32:47
word-of-mouth and a couple by just
1:32:49
listening to random podcasts and one
1:32:51
from the Donald the Donald subreddit hmm
1:32:56
I've been I've been struggling to come
1:33:00
up with a short explanation of exactly
1:33:03
what the meetup is
1:33:06
you know because what is it exactly that
1:33:10
makes this it's such a mouthful to say
1:33:12
well you meet people who have really one
1:33:16
thing in common is that they're not
1:33:17
going to be triggered by whatever you
1:33:19
are what you say or and you're not gonna
1:33:21
feel triggered by then yeah it's a
1:33:24
trigger 'less environment but then he
1:33:26
finishes no no finally one of the most
1:33:29
interesting observation was as follows
1:33:31
although many different topics were
1:33:34
discussed there was zero mention of
1:33:36
impeachment hmm yeah as far as I'm aware
1:33:38
he says right I thought this was odd
1:33:41
considering it's it that this was the
1:33:44
big controversial news of the week
1:33:46
no I think that's exactly right and no
1:33:48
agenda meetup would completely ignore
1:33:50
that so that's not important it's a sham
1:33:56
Pietschmann
1:33:57
anyway I'm struggling with coming up
1:34:00
with the right descriptive sentence I
1:34:03
want oh just a sentence so somebody can
1:34:06
write it for us we have people out there
1:34:07
are creative okay
1:34:08
last on our list of the associate
1:34:11
executive producers staff on Madison in
1:34:13
Brooklyn 200 $11.55 we need more
1:34:16
Brooklyn listeners by chance donating
1:34:20
purely first excuse me selfish purposes
1:34:23
need I need that sweet sweet Nancy job
1:34:26
jobs come and I have the hiccups for an
1:34:28
idea I propose to my boss which would
1:34:30
eliminate a management position that
1:34:32
gave me a hefty chunk of change I'm
1:34:36
enjoying the show as always we need 9
1:34:39
more seasons
1:34:40
yes seasons now we're not we're doing
1:34:43
seasons I'm against this this idea of
1:34:46
seasons but you brought it up much
1:34:48
before and I've never never been someone
1:34:50
else someone else brought it up
1:34:52
previously I would never recommend this
1:34:54
I don't like weight doing in blocks of
1:34:57
1,000 shows exactly worth we're 1k
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blockers we don't mess around here yes
1:35:03
be more than happy to give you some
1:35:04
sweet Nancy jobs karma for that idea you
1:35:07
propose and let's hope that works out
1:35:09
tap on thank you very much for your
1:35:11
courage and your support jobs jobs jobs
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and jobs
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vote for job you've got karma and that
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concludes our list of executives that
1:35:27
associate executive producers for show
1:35:30
12:03 I'm gonna have trouble with this
1:35:33
number by the way I keep thinking 19
1:35:35
that's okay and thank you to these execs
1:35:38
and associate execs you know the deal
1:35:41
this is the credit that you deserve and
1:35:43
you need to take it you need to display
1:35:45
it proudly loudly if only just for the
1:35:48
badge that that it is that the Badge of
1:35:51
Courage of Honor but it can also be a
1:35:53
lure to bring people closer to you an
1:35:55
executive producer I wonder maybe he's
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looking for an unknown
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anything could happen with an executive
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or soceity executive producer ship as
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1:36:42
I have an update I'm an update I need an
1:36:47
update yes an update so let me see I
1:36:49
don't have an update sound update sound
1:36:51
I have an update update on 23andme in
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the military I have the update sound
1:36:57
update nice I'm time coding that there
1:37:05
was a story that we talked about last
1:37:07
show of the show before about the
1:37:09
military not wanting any of their
1:37:13
enlisted people anybody at the Pentagon
1:37:15
not wanting anyone in the military to do
1:37:18
one of these DNA tests specifically
1:37:20
23andme and ancestry.com were mentioned
1:37:23
and it was a little confusing there's
1:37:26
like oh it's national security security
1:37:28
of the troops you know we weren't really
1:37:30
sure what it was about but of course we
1:37:33
have a very vast array of producers many
1:37:37
who are boots on the ground literal
1:37:39
boots on the ground and to emails I'd
1:37:42
like to share some information with the
1:37:45
first one this one let you know the
1:37:47
military actually takes a DNA sample
1:37:48
during the initial medical processing I
1:37:51
was told the DNA profile is kept on file
1:37:54
in order to identify remains if a
1:37:56
soldier is killed in action and could
1:37:58
not be identified by other means that
1:38:01
makes a lot of sense doesn't it but
1:38:03
instead of the military saying we
1:38:05
already have the DNA you don't need
1:38:07
another test the second email is perhaps
1:38:10
a little more pertinent Adam the reason
1:38:13
they're not saying the the true reason
1:38:17
is because having your own DNA under
1:38:22
your control could help you or others
1:38:24
discover unknown kids belonging to
1:38:27
military members this could or could not
1:38:29
be a problem in the military and even
1:38:31
punishable under military law example of
1:38:35
the kid as a result of adultery that's
1:38:37
illegal Uniform Code of Military Justice
1:38:39
UCMJ best-case scenario may be single
1:38:43
troop had one nightstand and didn't know
1:38:44
now the kid and mom take part of your
1:38:46
check and the kid is entitled to
1:38:48
military benefits
1:38:51
don't think the military wants to deal
1:38:52
with that because it could make you less
1:38:54
deployable I think that's probably
1:38:56
something to that I think that's
1:38:58
probably it
1:38:59
I mean I hear so much about yeah I yeah
1:39:03
I would never do a DNA test just my own
1:39:06
personal privacy reasons but there are
1:39:09
so many people who find out that they're
1:39:11
you know that their parents aren't their
1:39:13
birth parents or their brothers been
1:39:15
adopted none of this seems like a great
1:39:17
idea to know they people who know and
1:39:20
have found this out I think typically at
1:39:22
the end they say well you know at least
1:39:24
it enhanced my knowledge of Who I am but
1:39:26
it comes along with a lot of heartbreak
1:39:28
and you know stuff
1:39:33
I know a guy who's a stockbroker II and
1:39:35
one day I saw him he was like
1:39:40
he's got a pail any tourney somebody
1:39:43
knocked on his door
1:39:44
and it was his son mm-hmm and he never
1:39:47
met or knew he had 21 years old Wow
1:39:52
yeah whoops like what whoops
1:39:56
oops
1:39:59
there was a a little bit of a fracas
1:40:02
that happened think two days ago Putin
1:40:05
did his
1:40:08
his big press conference for for the
1:40:11
media where he answers all these
1:40:12
questions a year does a big press
1:40:14
conference all day there I said I was a
1:40:16
week ago so now we have people from all
1:40:21
over the world to listen to the show a
1:40:22
comic strip blogger I'm not sure if he
1:40:26
is polish or if he grew up there or if
1:40:29
he's there now I have no idea but the
1:40:31
pressure is polish I think he's polish
1:40:33
so he sent me a note saying wow look at
1:40:36
this he was accusing the poles of be
1:40:39
assisting the Nazis and that there was
1:40:42
the damn anti-semites in Poland and he
1:40:48
said you have to talk about you my talk
1:40:49
about this I no agenda put a knockoff
1:40:51
upon it so I take his note and of course
1:40:55
the clip that he sent with it associated
1:40:58
but you know there's the subtitles and
1:41:01
there's you know interpretations so I
1:41:03
sent it to Sir Jean you know the Earl
1:41:06
over here because he speaks the Russian
1:41:08
and so I said well what's going on so of
1:41:10
course I get the Russian version which
1:41:12
is comrades this is this is much ado
1:41:15
about nothing you know so it's like
1:41:17
everyone's arguing about who was the
1:41:20
biggest shitheel in in world war ii when
1:41:24
i've discovered that this had nothing to
1:41:26
do with any of that it is purely a
1:41:30
political statement by Putin for a
1:41:33
pipeline according to the Russian state
1:41:35
television for them are putting under
1:41:37
his end-of-the-year speech to
1:41:38
high-ranking military officials with
1:41:40
accusations towards the Polish diplomats
1:41:42
from the 1930s he referred to the 1938
1:41:44
appeasement part where the Allies agreed
1:41:46
to the petition of Czechoslovakia what's
1:41:48
more he reserved particular criticism
1:41:50
for Poland namely stating that Poland's
1:41:53
impossible to Germany at the time was a
1:41:54
Nazi sympathizer essentially they called
1:41:58
it with Hitler this is clear from the
1:42:00
documents and archives particular
1:42:02
critique was reserved for the Polish
1:42:04
Ambassador at the time use ellipse game
1:42:06
apparently put in service about him and
1:42:10
he means that bastard that
1:42:12
anti-symmetric peg he expressed full
1:42:15
solidarity with Hitler and his
1:42:16
anti-semitic views in Erie and he is
1:42:19
given Australian
1:42:19
according to Polish analysts are several
1:42:21
reasons why put in a singling out Poland
1:42:23
first is the practical seizing of the
1:42:25
construction of the Nostrum that's it
1:42:30
that's what this is all about because
1:42:31
Poland is playing with us see that's
1:42:34
right
1:42:34
Trump gave Poland the Visa Waiver like
1:42:37
theirs they're helping wart the North
1:42:40
stream to pipeline which is the big deal
1:42:42
for Gazprom in Russia that's what all
1:42:45
this is about and meanwhile exactly what
1:42:47
I'd wanted is people yelling at each
1:42:49
other over something that happened
1:42:50
before they were both born
1:42:53
and gene is a Duke I'm sorry it's not an
1:42:55
Earl who is also the sheriff
1:42:58
yeah that's confusing he just wants to
1:43:01
be a Duke he is a Duke so anyway so
1:43:04
that's what this is about
1:43:05
it's all about the pipelines and by the
1:43:07
way you know this is the Russian agent
1:43:12
Donald Trump who was making all this
1:43:14
trouble Russia yeah and also also
1:43:18
Putin's running the USA according to the
1:43:20
Lib joes and Russia had just finalized a
1:43:26
two point nine billion dollar transfer
1:43:31
of money to Ukraine for gas transport
1:43:35
you know they're they're at war and this
1:43:37
is you know our national security
1:43:40
now they had a nice little chat in
1:43:42
Vienna and they figured it all out they
1:43:44
also exchange prisoners don bass
1:43:48
prisoner swap so now maybe it's not
1:43:53
quite as horrible as the m5m would have
1:43:56
you think it is they're clearly doing
1:43:57
business well the m5 Em's got its own
1:44:01
agenda and I actually agree with the guy
1:44:04
earlier they William Arkin character who
1:44:07
is the old military intelligence guy
1:44:09
that you don't you will never hear on
1:44:11
the air again after that little thing he
1:44:12
did on the Amy Goodman show mm-hmm uh
1:44:15
where it was like you know it's a what
1:44:17
does one party in charges the war party
1:44:20
yes well this is true I think we saw the
1:44:22
war party just giving us the news and
1:44:24
they're not gonna tell us anything that
1:44:26
does anything you do it piece that was
1:44:28
like a big game about peace but during
1:44:29
the war party I was thinking about this
1:44:32
you look at the people who were well
1:44:36
there's a couple things first of all the
1:44:37
ruling class and I had a long discussion
1:44:40
with the keeper about this about the
1:44:42
what the ruling class is because I
1:44:44
believe it's people who run the banks
1:44:46
are the ruling class the educators the
1:44:51
universities of the ruling class yes
1:44:54
politicians but they the politicians
1:44:56
aren't actually calling the shots
1:44:58
they're influenced by everybody else
1:45:02
I mean it isn't is that how would you
1:45:04
define the ruling class
1:45:08
I would say is the top top-level
1:45:10
influencers right but not necessarily
1:45:13
lawmakers but just influencers I think
1:45:16
there's a few lawmakers in the class
1:45:17
must be so the Nancy Pelosi is of course
1:45:21
part of the ruling class yes she would
1:45:23
be there so if you look at the ruling
1:45:25
class and my goodness man look at who is
1:45:27
running the country buddy in Congress
1:45:29
it's worth over a hundred million
1:45:30
dollars that's not really there's a lot
1:45:34
of his a lot of them they're all pretty
1:45:37
old they're seventy plus which is you
1:45:41
know it doesn't bother me at all but
1:45:43
when you think about how they view
1:45:46
Russia they grew up with the Soviet
1:45:50
Union and USSR and I think there's
1:45:53
plenty of trauma that went around and
1:45:55
I'm not diminishing you know the Cuban
1:45:58
Missile Crisis and I don't know how old
1:46:00
you were but and that I can see that
1:46:02
would have been very scary to a lot of
1:46:04
people of a certain age today you were
1:46:06
maybe too young but doesn't matter these
1:46:08
people who are running the show who was
1:46:11
between 75 and 80 witnessed that and I
1:46:14
think have trauma the same goes for
1:46:17
their whole globalist New World Order
1:46:21
view which is whatever we keep getting
1:46:26
pushed towards and I was watching an
1:46:28
interview with a Dutch politician and he
1:46:30
made this point he said these people who
1:46:33
are the ruling political class grew up
1:46:36
with John Lennon's Imagine and had to
1:46:40
think about it and then you look at the
1:46:42
lyrics
1:46:45
imagine there's no heaven it's easy if
1:46:47
you try no hell below us above us only
1:46:50
sky imagine all the people living for
1:46:52
today imagine there's no countries it's
1:46:56
not hard to do nothing to kill or die
1:46:58
for and no religion to sound like
1:47:01
something like a formula to get shot
1:47:07
this is the the dream no borders no
1:47:11
religions we're all one we all live in
1:47:14
peace and harmony a brotherhood of man
1:47:16
I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only one I
1:47:19
hope someday you will join us and the
1:47:21
world will live as one yeah I was very
1:47:24
it's a very new world ordinary thing new
1:47:27
world order no borders one-world
1:47:30
government that's what he left out yeah
1:47:32
imagine there's one world government
1:47:35
dominated by the ruling elites I mean he
1:47:38
should add some more lyrics I'll rewrite
1:47:40
it for you they got they killed him
1:47:42
because he didn't put that in that's
1:47:43
probably what happened there yeah I know
1:47:47
it just hit me it's like yeah I can see
1:47:49
where people who grew up and I remember
1:47:51
the song but you know it was like the
1:47:54
the 10th anniversary of it well by the
1:47:57
time he wrote that song he was in the
1:47:59
ruling elite even though he didn't know
1:48:00
it was the ruling class yeah I mean you
1:48:03
know what card he's a billionaire I mean
1:48:05
let's get a clue here yeah yep yeah
1:48:09
exactly
1:48:11
of course he's not the real polls aren't
1:48:12
doing us any favors this is a different
1:48:15
guy now it doesn't matter and your point
1:48:16
is well made well it still is yeah it's
1:48:20
still proposing as the same guy yeah and
1:48:24
he probably thinks he's that guy now so
1:48:26
so one way or the other
1:48:28
these people are going away it will get
1:48:31
better
1:48:34
how much longer can they last they're
1:48:36
done
1:48:36
just then they pass it on to their kids
1:48:38
yes turn an CE Pelosi is toast man she
1:48:42
is her her eyebrows are at her hairline
1:48:45
now just touch your face your eyebrows
1:48:49
start above your eye socket hey one more
1:48:52
facelift and she's gonna have a goatee I
1:48:57
hadn't heard that one would I like it
1:49:00
guilty
1:49:03
okay alright enough of my silliness that
1:49:06
you want to hear another retrospective
1:49:08
let's do a retrospective first of all I
1:49:10
want to bring in a retrospective of an
1:49:12
ISO showing that this is a 12 second ISO
1:49:16
that it was used at end of show we used
1:49:18
to have used longer ones when they were
1:49:20
funny no
1:49:27
[Applause]
1:49:29
I think they I think the nose habits are
1:49:34
you sure we use that end of show I'm
1:49:36
pretty sure hmm it's doubtful but it's a
1:49:39
good one it's a very good one I mean I
1:49:41
have one that I that I'd like to offer
1:49:44
as as a potential
1:49:47
this is Matt Gaetz the congressman Matt
1:49:54
Gaetz no agenda for America doesn't get
1:49:57
much better than that
1:49:59
yes that's somebody read it yeah that we
1:50:01
could have we had that one and we just
1:50:03
dropped the ball on it this is the one
1:50:05
though that that's that's the one that's
1:50:07
good we have this is another one of
1:50:12
these little clips that I picked up this
1:50:14
was my favorite this was from the spy
1:50:16
show Berlin station this movie ran this
1:50:19
in January it's a retrospective I
1:50:21
consider one of the best cuz I I
1:50:23
consider it my favorite clip of the year
1:50:25
and this is the turn this to set it up
1:50:29
this is a one of the spies had quit the
1:50:33
agency but now he's he's still living in
1:50:36
town and he's gonna everyone's afraid of
1:50:38
what he's gonna do and here we go what
1:50:40
do you know about Gilbert Dorn
1:50:42
Gilbert Dorn same as everyone
1:50:47
legend put out to pasture saw and did it
1:50:50
all during the Cold War cast a pretty
1:50:52
long shadow at Berlin station he never
1:50:54
left retired in Berlin did not know that
1:50:58
let me guess he's writing a book worse
1:51:02
podcast that is the new spook outlet of
1:51:09
the future podcasts that's where all the
1:51:13
spooks are moving towards podcasts I
1:51:15
think this is a good idea yeah hey you
1:51:18
want some influence that's the way to go
1:51:19
people the people are tuning out of your
1:51:22
m5m before you continue with
1:51:24
retrospective let's do something a