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January 2nd, 2020 • 2h 42m

1204: Hunt the Wumpus

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oh just use GIMP Adam curry Jhansi
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Devorah Thursday January 2nd 2020 this
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is your award-winning Gitmo nation meet
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the assassination episode 1204 this is
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no agenda Austin Texas Capitol the drone
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star 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 on the lookout for
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tumbleweeds I'm Jesse Dvorak blow on you
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get that sound yeah hey bar pack yeah
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you're all from China of course sound
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like this the country well once again we
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have a joyous sound when I was a kid we
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rang in the new year 2020 in New York
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and as always we as the commercial
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giants that we are once again for the
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second year running sold New Year's Eve
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to China did you see it I didn't watch
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that no the big New Year's Eve show it's
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so much fun every year to welcome the
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dignitaries from China onto the stage in
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New York Times Square with their red
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scarves joining me now is Lee Lee the
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executive vice president of the
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sino-american Friendship Association a
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prestigious independent nonprofit
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organization that promotes business
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culture and educational activities
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happy to be here yes my dear in the road
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two thousand ninth year in a row sweet
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with everyone in Times Square and the
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people around the world we wish everyone
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a very happy new year and a go luck in
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2020 and a gulag in 2020 a ghoul of
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course we are so glad that you're back
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here with us got some friends we would
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love to meet your guests yes oh did you
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notice that she do this sure that's cool
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even it speak English but she can say
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sure you brought some friends we would
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love to meet your guests love to welcome
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our co-hosting organizer for tonight's
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opening ceremony
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Peter Jung the president of the
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sino-american Friendship Association our
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tonight's special honorable guest art
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master whomping Consul General of the
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Consulate General of the People's
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Republic of China in New York and let's
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talk to the Ambassador to see what his
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vision is what good things do we have in
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store and now I would like to invite a
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method of wanting to share his greetings
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with Time Square another world we
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welcome you to visit China in 2020 okay
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you will find our country both modern
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and ancient with incredible
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landscapes and the friendly people
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so join the millions of the people who
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have already discovered its wonders in
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jail with open thank you ambassador for
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that wonderful message we love that oh
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yes we love it so much especially in New
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York let's do a quick little interview
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we're so glad you joined us this year
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thank you for being here happy new years
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to you anybody back home you want to say
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happy new years to assure a Happy New
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Year to everybody this is actually my
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second time to be here to separate this
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town of new year new year's cunning cut
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that together with friends from all over
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the world
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I'm so happy China played a part and I
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great to everyone I sincerely invite our
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friends to come to China to see this
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incredible landscapes and enjoy having a
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good experience if I come to China can I
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stay at your house of course I would be
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very happy to be your host don't step on
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it having a good experience if I come to
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China can I stay at your house of course
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of course I would be very happy to be
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your host and the first over I will
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issue a very good reason
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good visa not like other stupid tourists
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did not get good visa you get good visa
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you not go to jail a good visa
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I just is there something about this
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bothers me this is New York it's our
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American tradition dropping the ball and
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there were so many people on stage they
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all had to jump in and say something
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right well maybe I'll stay half with you
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and then half with you can I say your
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house also cause yeah thank you
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Jannetty jawad for three nights
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there was really some weird in the
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background yelling stuff I look forward
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to middle friends around the world in
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China China is a very beautiful country
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China if you will to China China we are
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we it will appear on the beyond the
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imagination thank you I beat you yet
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thank you well thank you so much for
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being here
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happy New Year to all of you thank you
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for joining us in Times Square we hope
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you'll come back next year
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we'll be back next year happy new years
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on three ready one two three
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[Music]
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pathetic what channel is that on I don't
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know producer Shane went through six
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hours of a video to get these clips for
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us and then after the ball dropped of
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course nothing better than the Communist
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Manifesto we had just talked about this
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song too
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which is why a lot of people email me
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like wow they played that at New Year's
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Eve imagine there's no heaven imagine
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there's no countries no borders we're
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all the same
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nobody is different it's beautiful no it
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was all New Year's rockin Eve
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yeah that's not rockin rockin was CNN's
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coverage again what is wrong with that
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Channel
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I mean there's a lot wrong with it but
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for some reason they feel it's a good
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idea on New Year's Eve to go completely
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gay hello Andy Cohen who was not on CNN
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but he's friends with Anderson Cooper
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Andy Cohen produces you know huge hits
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like keep it no then cars that from
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brother potato economy on the up he
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produces the Real Housewives and so here
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they're just talking about something and
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yet it was still 10 o'clock she turned
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to Anderson that said he's not gonna ask
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me who has the biggest lead of anyone
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I've ever been with right no it was she
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turns to me out of the blue and goes
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he's not gonna ask me who has the
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biggest cock in Hollywood is he okay
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that's what she okay I'm seeing it yeah
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who has the biggest cock in Hollywood
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yeah I know I heard it I thought you're
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gonna give us the answer we all know
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it's there for a year we all know it's
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Billy Preston the fifth Beatle everybody
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knows this is that true look it up on
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the wiki and then disgusting and then
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Don Lemon was in Nashville with Brooke
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Baldwin who looks very different not
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behind the desk and Don was hammered as
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usual I didn't I didn't clip him singing
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but I did get this I get this this is
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you know what's he gonna do
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2020 what are his resolutions the video
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going around of Anderson Cooper taking a
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shot at Aquila yes
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like a real man I saw him down that
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thing oh yeah I'm gonna lean it harder
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coming a lean in harder
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Admiral even harder I'm sick of the
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craziness so you thought I was I went
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hard in 2019 watch 2020 baby there's
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more to come I'm a soldier
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it's a big year and I'm gonna be more
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grateful spend more time with my family
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but also lean into work we do we do yeah
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What did he say what go back that up huh
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what do you want to hear well he said
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he's gonna go after Trump ourselves take
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more time with my family yeah but also
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leaned in to work harder and we got to
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get ready it's an election outlet we're
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gonna we're on the grind to do we know
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what to do what we do and to all the
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people it is an honor
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it's such an honor John to sit in our
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seats here on the podcast it's such a
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platform it's so fabulous that we got a
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lead have you ever had so many people
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come up to it say thank you for whatever
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high five more on a plane amazing right
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thank you so much awesome
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oh my god leaning harder did anyone tell
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does it Donna that's a Sheryl Sandberg
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meme for women lean in and you're right
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I just don't understand it I don't know
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I just don't understand
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it's entertaining I mean we will stand
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either to be honest about it
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yeah we really think they're the cat's
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ass I don't know if it's that or if
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they're so tightly the clearly tightly
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controlled on CNN so maybe this is the
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end it's like you gotta let him out of
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the pen not sure hmm you don't need to
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control people or ever are predisposed
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no that's just a great thing about it
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that's true hey we got another note from
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Sir Chris yes place is burning down he
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wants more stick yeah I'm gonna read
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this to you the rain stick propagation
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to southeastern New South Wales has not
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been too good and while we did have a
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couple of unexpected droplets on New
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Year's Eve and the much-needed cool
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change anything to help the burning is
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not made it above the background noise
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clearly need more power and an antenna
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with more gain on a different band free
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of qrm from the likes of Greta well they
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only have the one band everyone other
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speakers except Australia yes otherwise
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you're gonna get drenched but I'm gonna
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do a triple shake here because this is
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clearly calling it's all a triple shake
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are you flipping it six times no no I'm
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going one two three one so I'm flipping
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it three times I flip one flip - flip
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sleep I'm flipping it three times
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triple shake well now back it off with a
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double alright ready three two no no
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stick
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that was almost catastrophic it could
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have been running okay let me wait
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all right Australia I have a whole lines
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I get a grip spotty got a hold okay go
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put your glasses on man
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safety goggles yes safety goggles of
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course ready 1 3 1 alright that now
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that'll help guaranteed
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we'll see guarantees no wait so here in
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what are here at California in
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Washington State on the highway 240 mmm
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they had and by the way Eric's power
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horse knocked out as a miracle he got
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the spreadsheet it anyway the what
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happened was this windstorm apparently
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under pulled up like I don't know
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hundred thousand tumbleweeds from part
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of Washington what and blew them down
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highway 214 out um blow weeds are a
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common phenomenon in the desert area
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Reno or Texas Texas has them yeah and
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you see them tumbling along tumbling
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along
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it's a funny product is this thing but
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they don't have this area to tumble much
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in in Washington but they found this
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highway 240 so they decided to come down
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Highway 240 like 10 feet high wave of
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tumbleweeds covered up a bunch of cars
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they had to dig them out the next day no
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way oh I'm looking at it now we take
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over oh my goodness man cars were buried
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in ten feet of tumbleweeds and they
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couldn't get out of their cars that's
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fantastic man I'd had no idea there was
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so much tumbleweed unbelievable yeah
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tumbleweed againin yes indeed
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did you have a nice New Year's John
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besides looks good we had a nice big
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dinner and we watched the fireworks yeah
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and open Christmas gifts I'm sorry
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it's the Dvorak clam yeah I have to
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remember that you guys do things
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different did you get anything nice for
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Christmas I got what I wanted whoa-kay a
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dash cam no really yeah
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Oh interesting well my favorite videos
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if anyone wants to go watch have fun in
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an entertaining manner for a good couple
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hours the Russians the Russian Russian
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dashcam videos on YouTube it's there's
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nothing better television so you're
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hoping to you're hoping to be here but
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they put a new stop sign in down at the
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bottom of the street here and people
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just keep running it like filming take
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to the police think of your local Fink
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hey man don't walk by that house that
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guy lives there guy
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yeah there's a lot of other good gifts
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[Music]
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can't think of anything that was more
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spectacular the fireworks her dud did
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actually the the local fireworks the
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ones that the locals are just firing
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illegally where it was better than the
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San Francisco show that was supposed to
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be so good it was terrible
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right anyway yeah we go with you how was
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your New Year's what you guys do we
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stayed home we stayed home when
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everybody seems to have stayed home this
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New Year's or the past two New Year's we
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went out two years ago we went out for
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dinner and which at the Four Seasons
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which is swanky and and there basically
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the meal had just been kept worn under
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red lights you know that I guess the
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chef's had gone cooked it up went home
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just left it there they served it up
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just lukewarm the year's stinks yeah
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last year we went to like a another
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restaurant where they had special wine
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pairings like oh this would be fun you
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know it's eight courses every course had
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some kind of wine sampling it was all
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mixed up and they served them wrong
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wrong orders like come on I made black
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cod we we drank a little bit and we
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celebrated on New York Times so we were
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we were in bed by 11:30 Happy New Year
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well we didn't go that far over a couple
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bottles of good champagne just following
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up on the end of 2019 you know one thing
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that people take away from this show is
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a mental health aspect and we've gone
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deep into how the amygdala works and how
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outrage can and triggering can start to
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inflame this this thing and it grows and
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then you go into primal mode and then
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everything is a dangerous you're a
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reptile yeah pretty much playing
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crickets at the store is
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you want to eat bugs but this is not
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just for mere mortals you know this also
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goes for politicians and I think we're
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seeing it take its toll now we had
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Elijah Cummings pass away now John Lewis
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two guys who look real really really
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sour the past three years you know what
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I mean really really sour and mad and
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Republican so then we heard the sad news
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that John Lewis of course you know he
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was at Selma he's the guy's an icon now
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he has I guess pancreatic cancer
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of course CBS couldn't tell them apart
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now to an apology Monday during the East
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Coast airing of our story about
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Congressman John Lewis being diagnosed
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with cancer a photograph of the late
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congressman Elijah Cummings was
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inadvertently labeled as congressman
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Lewis this due to a production error aha
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we deeply regret the mistake and
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sincerely apologize the racist
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production error they all look the same
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I know exactly what happened there CBS
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racists Isis but I think the most clear
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example of an amygdala that is on the
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verge of bursting and and not just the
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act itself but the the face this man
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made after this incident was truly
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spectacular and in a New Year's message
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this morning Pope Francis denounced
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violence against women saying they
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should be treated with dignity he also
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apologized for his response to one
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woman's excitement over meeting him
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yesterday take a look the Pope was
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greeting visitors in st. Peter's Square
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with a woman
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roughly grabbed the Pope's hand pulling
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him toward her for it's a slap her hand
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away before turning from the crowd he
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said this morning that he lost patience
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and called it a bad example 50 of the
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Pope's human after all
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I'd like the little editorial I guess
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he's human after all and I thought she
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said posthuman yeah well that too but
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this incident I found it to be shocking
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now actually not shocking because I
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called this guy being the Pope before it
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ever happened before any smoke
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goes out of the chimney he's a New World
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Order guy I don't think he's a good guy
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now maybe if you're ordained the Pope
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then you turn into a great guy
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I don't know but to be the slap that he
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gave to this woman to let go of his hand
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it was kind of understandable cuz she
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did just pull him over it's like ya know
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but then he was ya know he said but when
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he turned and he's walking away the face
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that was I love that is the face of
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disgust for small irritating people and
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an elitist you seem like more of a
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discussed for mammalians someone that
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you're taking it very far but and even
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though you know as a human being you can
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understand this type of reaction mr.
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Pope this is not what you this is not a
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pope this is of all the things before
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you're about to do a speech on how to
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treat women you don't do that I think
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he's got to go I think that's an
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impeachable offense can you impeach the
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Pope I think we should be able to Pope's
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don't that's not the way to go
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now I'm teaching coaches in in the
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n-c-double-a I'm curious what if there
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will be any fallout from this I I found
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it shocking I mean not that it
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personally offended me but I've shocks
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like Jesus did the poor the meek were
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clamoring and help me Jesus and just
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slap them away go away you idiots
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I know I thought was the grumpy face
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afterwards into the slapping and
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slapping was you know one thing but the
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face the face shoulda just pointed to
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her says taser security guys that would
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be more logical I could just see it
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all week Izzy's as you guess I just
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pulled back by this frail woman give her
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the blessing great oh well anyway keep
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your own amygdala small people that's
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the message don't get caught because
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this is what happens you get all messed
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up I did see a lot of people tweeting
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about I'm not gonna get mad anymore I'm
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just gonna let it go I'm not gonna lie I
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realize I can't I can't change anything
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about Trump so I'm gonna let it go I'm
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tellin my Lib devs postings similar
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things on their blogs my resolution is
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good for them I wish them all the luck
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in the world
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yeah it's it's great yes because it will
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keep them healthy insane yeah but they
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won't be able to do it that's the
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problem
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yeah probably not so 105 show days I've
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been told for this year let's make the
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best of them is that more than usual I
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think it is I think it's a three Morel
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maybe because we got started on the day
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after yeah yesterday was a show they
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probably is but yeah we get a lot in
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extra show days extra show days
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so I have a number of things to talk
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about but let's figure the 23 minutes
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and I'll let you do so okay yeah
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after 23 minutes of whatever it was
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entertainment yes entertainment
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top-notch entertainment that's let's do
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a little bit of the BBC's 2019 rap it
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only pulled down 22 seconds of the of
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the core of BBC's the mostly the
23:55
political attacks Today Show where they
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have a bunch of incredible douchebags
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sitting around pontificating and men-men
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people's lives miserable okay we're
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going to fulfill the repeated promises
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of Parliament's to the people and come
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out of the EU on October 31st
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no it's or buts I think if we don't
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leave on the 31st of October this
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country will explode
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if we get a Liberal Democrat majority
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government we will take that as a
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mandate to revoke to revoke yeah there
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you go revoke this is the Liberal
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Democrats together gonna get a man they
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got nothing no they got less than
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nothing less than less much less than
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nothing he had a nothing burger
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everything I you know for someone who
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accuses me you say it a lot I do I like
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it I like to term you if you've sold me
24:50
on it okay I'm just listening to the BBC
24:52
over the past couple days nothing really
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clippable but it seems like the general
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consensus is it'll be a full 18 months
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before anything is really all take I
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mean it's very confusing although there
25:06
was a good bit see was this this was in
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The Guardian of course they had a very
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interesting article which and the intent
25:17
is very clear brexit 10 things UK
25:20
citizens can still do in the EU after
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the 31st of January and what they're
25:27
saying is yeah after Britain Lee she's
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not gonna be handcuffed and beaten no
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after Britain leaves its people will
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still have certain rights at least for
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another 11 months and so here's the
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things that so what they're saying is
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you'll have 11 more months and then it's
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over then then you're right then is
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we're gonna be beaten with garden hoses
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so what do they put at the top holiday
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in the EU you'll still be able to do
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that before you won't number to take up
25:59
a sledge hold on a second
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well you mean you won't
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so they can never go back so if you're a
26:06
Brit you can't go into the EU ever for a
26:09
holiday you can still travel to any you
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PU Member State up to the 31st of
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December 2020 with no impediments such
26:16
as visas after brexit it is likely that
26:19
visa-free trips will continue for stays
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of up to 90 days the European health
26:24
insurance card that gives health cover
26:26
for tourists and another member state
26:27
still applies so that what they're doing
26:29
is saying this is all the great stuff
26:31
you have and it's all going away even
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though there's no evidence they don't
26:35
actually report on what the changes are
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going to be
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so the it's really it's an insidious I
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think it's the term peanut insidious is
26:44
a good word this is the kind of thing
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the globalist they just cannot deal with
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this
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so take up a summer job in the EU listen
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to some might have fond memories of
26:55
formative weeks and months working on
26:58
the continent as a student whether
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waiting in a restaurant working in a
27:03
factory child minding in the Med that's
27:07
a great term by the way baby
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well for some rich fucker on a yacht
27:17
obviously child minding in the Med or
27:20
working in a holiday resort in Spain so
27:25
that's all going away
27:26
get a full trawl low-end service jobs
27:29
what do you want those for well number
27:31
three on the list get a full-time job in
27:33
the EU well that's never gonna happen
27:35
retire to the EU go to go on an Erasmus
27:40
study program aw man I'm bummed I can't
27:44
do that
27:46
apply for EU funding for science
27:48
research oh yeah that's the money it's
27:52
drying up apply for arts funding I don't
27:55
have any arts funding in the in Britain
27:58
all comes from the EU apparently U is
28:02
the source for everything Britain is
28:04
just a shriveled up old hag Wow nominate
28:10
yourself for a Literature Prize I guess
28:14
you can do that time you do that look at
28:19
cross-border health care opportunities
28:21
why would you need to do that if the if
28:23
the National Health Service is the best
28:25
in the world and you love it so much and
28:27
it's your jewel yeah that's a question
28:30
it needs to be asked and know your
28:33
rights and benefits for 2020 ah so then
28:36
they have a guide and then they'll go
28:38
scare you so I just thought it was it's
28:40
a mean piece hey where was this where
28:43
disappeared Guardian of course well the
28:46
Guardian of course course Guardian she
28:49
expects
28:51
yep
28:55
we'll see what happens on January 31st
28:56
where we're sticking to I will yeah no
28:59
you are I'm skeptical I'm super
29:01
skeptical you're skeptical I'm I'm with
29:03
you yeah I just I just you just heard
29:07
Boris say there's October 31st yeah
29:10
bingo and then they had Katie Hopkins on
29:13
Twitter I found an old tweet from her
29:15
where she says she's gonna strip naked
29:17
to go to a tea shop with with Nyjah if
29:20
it doesn't happen on the 31st of October
29:23
out of the EU
29:24
I'm gonna go naked to a tea shop with
29:27
tattoos of Nigel Faraj on my nipples
29:31
that's weights that's what she tweeted
29:34
yeah there's a lot of things I like
29:37
about her that whole idea that whole
29:39
visual is not one of them no no speaking
29:45
of old hags no all right well we might
29:48
as well talk about the war machine
29:49
cranking up in an almost laughable wag
29:53
the dog type of way with the Green Zone
29:58
in Baghdad now yes let's start with some
30:04
background do we have I think we might
30:07
have a clip yes we do what is this the
30:13
right one last reports to say Eden well
30:16
this is from 2016 I just wanted to go
30:18
back and 2016 thousands also stormed the
30:23
Green Zone which I think cost a billion
30:26
dollars to build this embassy this is
30:28
from 2016 Iraqi security forces have
30:32
opened fire on protesters who stormed
30:35
the heavily fortified Green Zone in
30:37
Baghdad
30:38
dozens of mainly Shiite demonstrators
30:41
have been injured and security personnel
30:43
suffered stab wounds according to the
30:46
army the thousands involved in the
30:48
uproar included supporters of cleric
30:51
moqtada al-sadr so the Green Zone is
30:55
pretty much impenetrable at least it's
30:58
supposed to be and this is not new but
31:01
despite having all the B teams there
31:03
were no 18 producers no 18 presenters aw
31:06
man we had to roll it out Iran
31:08
on Iran in Iraq running ruck they're
31:13
just not giving up we need some kind of
31:16
war
31:18
I'm I'm in agreement with this thesis
31:20
let's listen to some of the clips about
31:22
this thing that just happened here's a
31:24
light right there on the Iraq light
31:28
analysis play that foreign ministers
31:30
spoke about their joint commitment to
31:32
sea peace and security in the region and
31:35
how to work together to make that happen
31:36
again cuts are very critical the US has
31:39
about 10,000 troops stationed in a big
31:43
air base just about a half an hour
31:44
outside the capital of Doha and Qatar
31:48
well a key ally of the United States
31:50
also speaks with its neighbor Iran as
31:54
well and when it comes to the
31:56
hostilities between Iran and the United
32:00
States Qatar is has very much a neutral
32:03
attitude towards it trying to facilitate
32:05
perhaps any sort of dialogue that could
32:07
potentially happen so what you're seeing
32:09
here is the United States very much
32:11
sending troops to the region 750 to be
32:15
exact
32:16
taking no chances but also the Secretary
32:19
of State taking no chances on the
32:20
diplomatic front as well playing all of
32:22
his cards because it just shows how
32:25
serious the u.s. is taking this and how
32:27
potentially it could escalate again I
32:30
just want to say something about the 750
32:33
troops of like da Trump's any more
32:34
troops Trump's any more trope tops any
32:37
more tropes there's a general who was
32:40
interviewed on CNN and he kind of lets
32:42
slip out of the bag where these 750
32:44
troops come from let's talk more about
32:45
this now with CNN military analyst and
32:48
retired Lieutenant General Mark Hertling
32:50
general legacy he may have heard from
32:53
there actually referenced Benghazi he's
32:55
also been tweeting about how this
32:57
situation will not devolve into a
32:59
Benghazi like situation it doesn't
33:01
appear to be calming down at all from
33:04
your your perspective just how serious
33:07
is the situation there well then first
33:09
of all I'd say that the use of the term
33:11
Benghazi is a bad analogy in 2012 after
33:13
Benghazi happened these marine Crisis
33:16
Response Task Force were established
33:18
seven years ago eight years ago they
33:21
have been in Kuwait ever since then for
33:23
a response specifically to these kinds
33:25
of situations the hundred Marines came
33:27
in to reinforce the Marines that are
33:30
already providing security at the
33:31
embassy along with the security forces
33:34
from the government of Iraq what's going
33:37
to happen next is Ryan just said was
33:39
about a 750 soldiers from the 82nd
33:42
airborne will begin deploying within the
33:45
next day they have the rest of the
33:47
brigade is estimated to be following
33:50
them within the next week that's normal
33:53
procedure as well when there's a crisis
33:55
around the world the IRF from the 82nd
33:57
airborne begins deploying just in case
34:00
of any eventualities so it's not like
34:02
quite a whole new deal yet but mil what
34:07
to me is just it's so obvious they tried
34:11
to kind of make a semi Benghazi type of
34:14
thing on an embassy it's kind of cool if
34:16
you could get someone killed they'll be
34:17
even funnier against Trump but as well
34:21
if there was that but I want to play two
34:23
clips before we start analyze all right
34:26
first of all this is from this is a
34:30
Friday clip this is a rock light to to
34:34
trapped the u.s. is now trapped in Iraq
34:37
US diplomats are trapped in that embassy
34:39
they were cordoned off there overnight
34:41
they had to stay overnight in the
34:43
embassy how did they get out now by
34:45
helicopter like US diplomats had to flee
34:48
said Saigon Vietnam when it collapsed
34:52
disliking fools
34:54
[Music]
34:57
so yesterday just before I was closing
35:01
my clips we finally find this one this
35:03
is the up-to-date clip and this one's
35:05
not under erectus is under Baghdad siege
35:07
is over o supporters and members of an
35:10
iran backed group have withdrawn from
35:12
the u.s. embassy compound in Iraq's
35:14
capital Baghdad after a two-day siege
35:17
leaders of the popular mobilization
35:18
forces ordered them to leave but there's
35:21
a condition they want to rax Parliament
35:23
to vote on a timeline so will be
35:26
withdrawal of foreign troops al Jazeera
35:28
Samoa fourteen reports from Baghdad they
35:30
left just as they had arrived a day
35:32
earlier determined and angry but also
35:35
pleased that they had managed to deliver
35:37
a message to the US supporters of the
35:40
Iranian backed popular mobilization
35:42
forces who had defied the Prime
35:44
mistress orders to have draw just a day
35:47
before now he did the call of their
35:49
leaders while some dismantled tents and
35:52
ferried away supplies used to camp the
35:54
night out the more defiant ones
35:57
staged a final showdown in front of the
35:59
embassy gates burning tires and flags to
36:02
the sounds of anti-american slogans USA
36:05
must get out from our country we don't
36:08
need America we can't protect ourselves
36:12
we have more than 2 millions fighters
36:16
who get out who killed Isis rule defend
36:20
them country the attack on the US
36:25
Embassy was sparked by the latest US
36:27
strikes against Hezbollah brigades which
36:29
is part of the popular mobilization
36:31
forces the majority of the crowd
36:33
consisted of its members and supporters
36:35
but some here say they were also driven
36:38
but what they perceive as an unjust
36:41
American policy in the region this is my
36:44
land and if you want to stay here
36:48
you must understand all rights when the
36:55
American governments believe and
36:57
understand our
36:58
our lights we can't leave oh it sounds
37:04
like we're all kind of on the same page
37:06
so they left so the news media won't let
37:10
you know that yet no that was from
37:13
al-jazeera they're gone yeah now what I
37:17
observed during watching all these clips
37:19
and in these reports from other sources
37:22
than American sources was first of all
37:26
the same I glad you got that clip from
37:28
2016 where the shot at anybody tried to
37:31
get near the green stone they just let
37:32
them waltz and yeah I was like how could
37:34
when I first heard it's like you can't
37:36
just walk into the Green Zone it's not
37:39
that easy
37:40
yeah they so they let him walk in and
37:42
okay come on in coming in I guess I
37:44
think there's some sort of an agreement
37:46
it was a setup or they were told to let
37:48
him walk in this whole thing as phony as
37:50
it comes
37:50
they all had newly manufactured flags
37:56
number brand new mm-hmm a and there were
37:59
of two or three types including someone
38:02
some riding on him and some nationalist
38:04
flags and they look phony as anything
38:06
I've seen in American March with the
38:08
phony baloney printed signs that all
38:11
were identical these were all were
38:12
identical and new gotta something
38:15
somebody behind this sooro he's just
38:17
walked out
38:18
Soros signs again neuroscience well to
38:24
me the minute the minute Pompeo said oh
38:27
I'm canceling my European trip gotta
38:29
stick around you never know this it's
38:33
him it's it's Fox News it's CNN and said
38:37
missing it's all of them
38:38
halt we got some war hose would be great
38:40
Iran so the same here's the Iraqis who
38:44
are saying hey you know what could you
38:45
get the fuck out by now Trump you did
38:47
take once you're gonna get everybody out
38:48
you're not out you're not out yet why
38:50
aren't you out so now there's some
38:53
protest they want out
38:56
they want us out we want to get out but
38:58
then must have been Iran attacking our
39:01
embassy and it's so transparent even the
39:06
the the rouhani of Iran tweeted he
39:11
tweeted a true said think logically
39:15
we're not doing this no it's us do I
39:18
think it's the State Department that
39:20
there was a war yes Pompey is behind
39:22
this thing is her is fishy is phony they
39:26
came and they went they would do why
39:28
would they leave in the first place the
39:29
way they did of which of course isn't
39:31
being reported correctly at all no the
39:34
whole thing is just smell this bogus
39:37
motive I don't think Trump's falling for
39:41
it either
39:41
there's the thing that's missing oh one
39:45
of these things that we can predict
39:46
we've been doing the show long enough
39:47
I'm waiting for the Democrats and Joe
39:50
Biden in particular to reignite the old
39:53
term bombed what is cut and run all
40:02
right right right that's true we can't
40:06
put him as president cuz he cuts he cut
40:08
and run and cut and run what cut and run
40:11
was always used to denigrate anybody who
40:14
was like somebody shakes their fist at
40:16
you okay we'll leave ya to make it look
40:19
like a cow pussy yeah exactly so they're
40:22
gonna use the word cut and run against
40:24
Trump yeah to keep me they just do not
40:28
like the idea of this guy wanting to
40:29
shut down bases and move troops out of
40:32
places where it's just costing us a lot
40:33
of money and not really doing anything
40:36
bomb bomb them and bomb them again yeah
40:40
baby
40:43
she knows but but yours
40:47
what's bounded to as far as I can tell
40:49
there was no real threat there I mean
40:51
they made a mass it's gonna cost a lot
40:53
of money to clean up but not even that
40:55
but yeah go and go and take a look at
40:58
the wiki page for the Baghdad Green Zone
41:00
and the Baghdad embassy this isn't this
41:02
is not this little building somewhere
41:04
this is a huge job just like the town of
41:08
Hayward
41:08
it was a billion at the time which when
41:11
it was built
41:12
a billion dollars was a lot of money
41:19
it may still be a lot of money I think
41:21
the billing only referred to the cost of
41:23
the embassy itself not to maintenance
41:25
order or the building out of the Green
41:27
Zone now it could be it was very
41:29
expensive yeah
41:31
mr. coz of all the pen and they showed
41:34
movies you know on the regular TV
41:35
networks are never saw the cowering
41:37
staff and then we had that woman going
41:40
on and on about their trap their trust
41:48
so she was completely flat-footed on
41:51
that one anyway yeah this thing I think
41:53
we both agree this is something very
41:55
suspicious about this protest and entry
42:00
into the Green Zone well not just
42:01
suspicious it's you know let's just pin
42:04
it clearly on I'm putting it on Pompeo
42:08
you know and the signs that State
42:11
Department work you're so right when you
42:13
get freshly printed signs whether it's
42:15
the Maidan in Ukraine whether it's where
42:19
even red square in Russia now you get
42:23
freshly painted signs you only have two
42:25
places to look
42:26
State Department or Soros or the with
42:31
the Socialist Workers Party but that's
42:33
kind of the same thing yeah but they
42:35
always put the socialist work or
42:37
actually world's workers right as long
42:39
as all the work that night they always
42:41
put your little logo at the bottom of
42:43
the State Department Department is a
42:58
busy you start looking into it there it
43:02
goes back historically as to being a lot
43:05
of bad actors there and they got their
43:07
own little CIA which you don't know
43:09
who's in it they're very they're more
43:11
secretive than the NSA about that little
43:13
operation yeah yes yeah whenever you
43:17
have a a civilian in the State
43:21
Department or a civilian in the Pentagon
43:24
either way that's all spooks it's all
43:26
spokes
43:28
[Music]
43:30
okay any more on your wrongs I heard
43:34
that one yeah I do have a little update
43:37
on Seth rich you know I got some
43:41
information from that woman her podcast
43:42
Tory says that the law firms were now
43:47
filing civil suits to invoke the Evoque
43:52
discovery because they're very worried
43:54
about what information people might have
43:56
on CrowdStrike
43:57
who this who this one law firm was
44:01
representing and and so I got a little
44:04
more detail on the imaging of the server
44:06
because this is where we left off that
44:09
Seth rich had stolen data now it was
44:14
initially thought on a thumb drive and
44:17
that it was just the emails that were
44:19
the DNC emails which got Hillary and
44:23
Debbie wasserman-schultz and Donna
44:25
Brazile and everybody in so much trouble
44:27
because they were screwing around and
44:29
were basically screwing Bernie so that
44:34
Hillary would win the nomination so a
44:37
little more detail on this she actually
44:38
one of our producers reached out said
44:40
hey no agenda has been talking about you
44:43
she sent me a couple of emails very long
44:45
emails she likes emailing lots of
44:47
details and for some reason she likes
44:49
putting me on cc's of things she's
44:51
sending to her lawyer so I'm kind of not
44:53
responding I'm just letting that flow
44:55
flow in my box and just collecting it
44:59
first data point is that the server
45:02
image was made on an SD card and and
45:07
there were several copies of this SD
45:10
card but I just thought was an
45:11
interesting detail because I think an SD
45:13
card would probably give you about the
45:14
same data throughput rate as a as a USB
45:17
Drive if you say USB 3 probably be
45:19
similar wouldn't it
45:22
depends on the port bitch how's the SD
45:26
card I'm thinking it was a dedicated SD
45:28
card port is what I'm thinking oh what
45:30
mission well there are some machines
45:32
that have that cuz my surface has lots
45:34
of woman's okay okay then out that would
45:37
probably be at least USB three speeds
45:39
very fast right so in addition to this
45:43
apparently WikiLeaks when they did their
45:46
exchange was accessing that data over
45:52
the Internet
45:53
- Seth Rich's computer where he had the
45:55
SD card inserted now that may be
45:59
important or not it's not a big deal but
46:01
what she reminded me of is what actually
46:03
the incriminating information was that
46:06
was on the server and and of course when
46:08
I read it like god we've we I know we've
46:10
talked about this but it's been going I
46:13
know and we did talk about it is that
46:15
Hillary Clinton had a on her website
46:18
which or whatever the vote for Hillary
46:20
was had polling places listed which you
46:26
were intended to go to but they weren't
46:28
official polling places they were
46:30
staffed by fake so what they would do is
46:34
because yeah you're sending people to a
46:37
Hillary polling place that pretty much
46:38
all gonna vote for Hillary so they would
46:41
take those those ballots and then swap
46:44
out a whole bunch of Bernie ballots as
46:46
they took them into the DNC to be
46:48
counted and that was why Seth rich got
46:51
killed because that or let's just say
46:53
that happened
46:53
whatever happened to Seth rich that was
46:56
the incriminating evidence which of
46:58
course could easily be used in many
46:59
other scenarios including a general
47:01
election I think depending on what kind
47:04
of systems you're using it's a pretty
47:07
good idea it's so simple I just send
47:10
people to a polling place I mean yeah
47:13
and if you're not you have to understand
47:14
in America lots of polling places are
47:16
just someone's garage yeah I mean this
47:20
happens all the time yeah my mom used to
47:23
be a polling place
47:24
case in point she's probably a Russian
47:27
bot yeah she did it for years she was to
47:31
I don't know what what your job is to
47:33
have the polling place there but it was
47:34
garage or garage and little houses she
47:38
had and she would just it was we go to
47:40
vote yeah I think it was for about five
47:42
or six years yeah so that sense moved it
47:45
but you know now of course if that ever
47:47
came out that would be a scandal I mean
47:49
that that's that's really cheating I
47:51
mean this just no two ways to go about
47:53
it you set up a whole polling place and
47:56
the on your website send people there so
47:58
they wouldn't go to the official polling
48:00
place so you could swap out the votes I
48:01
mean that's that's probably what that we
48:04
did have a clip from that that era about
48:07
some place one of the precincts in the
48:10
New York area where there was ninety
48:12
nine percent of the vote always went to
48:14
the Democrat
48:16
which is a possibility but it seems
48:20
unlikely because there's always you know
48:22
there's too many people to just disagree
48:23
with it would rather just poop sorry and
48:27
one of the things that then they went
48:29
and they one of the network's went to
48:31
this this precinct because it seems so
48:33
fishy and talk to her oh yeah we're all
48:36
Democrats here and so that seemed to
48:38
confirm that they were you know 99%
48:42
gonna vote for the Democrat in one of
48:44
these precincts none and it still looks
48:48
too fishy to me I don't know yeah well
48:51
anyway that was all in within a New York
48:53
area and that's where Bernie that's what
48:55
Bernie really got burned he got burned
48:56
in New York and then there was some
48:58
missing ballots if you remember that one
49:00
when they never did the swap out that
49:02
yes they do so I just tossed him out
49:04
it's like just throw them out okay the
49:07
guy you'll never notice exactly
49:09
all of this anybody's gonna win a lot of
49:13
what New York is gonna be Bernie in New
49:15
York not Hillary's no absolutely all of
49:18
this of course will lead to thousands of
49:22
sealed indictments and this is this
49:24
there's no doubt about it
49:26
and he is back
49:29
Joe digenova on the trail again is not
49:32
an old clean no it's not no well he's no
49:34
longer on Fox now he's moved over to one
49:36
American news downgraded to Lou here's
49:44
just a quickie and of course this is
49:46
also just a memory jog a little reminder
49:49
about some of the irregularities that we
49:52
haven't heard about for years since the
49:54
impeachment thing has been on do people
49:56
go to jail for this
49:58
and why not people should go to jail for
50:01
the Carter Page stuff the lying on the
50:03
FISA warrants to misleading the FISA
50:05
courts submitting false documents to the
50:07
FISA courts those are all felonious acts
50:09
for me what matters is accountability at
50:12
this point you have two institutions
50:14
that are vital to American freedom the
50:16
FBI and the Justice Department they were
50:19
completely corrupted under two attorneys
50:22
General Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch
50:24
with the authority and knowledge of the
50:26
venn President of the United States
50:28
Barack Obama and you will never forget
50:31
I'm sure that famous Susan Rice email on
50:33
inauguration day of Donald Trump where
50:35
she sends an email to the phial Memorial
50:39
and moralizing that there had been a
50:40
meeting on January 5th with the
50:43
President of the United States all
50:45
senior law enforcement and intelligence
50:46
officials where they reviewed the status
50:49
of crossfire hurricane and the president
50:52
announced President Obama that he was
50:54
sure that everything had been done by
50:57
the book
50:58
I must say I want to thank Susan Rice
51:01
for being so stupid
51:03
and so arrogant to write that email on
51:07
January 20th because that is that's
51:10
Exhibit A for that Barack Obama knew all
51:13
about this from start to finish and was
51:16
more than happy to have the civil rights
51:18
of massive numbers of Americans violated
51:20
so he could get Donald Trump and we kind
51:25
of yeah it's easy to forget these things
51:26
about that email that Susan Rice sent to
51:28
herself and that is of course I mean I
51:31
don't know if it's incriminating but it
51:32
certainly shows that President Obama
51:35
knew what was going on with with this
51:37
crossfire hurricane but even one
51:40
American news is
51:41
not lowbrow enough he we have to go to a
51:45
podcast we got to go down a little bit
51:47
lower on the show business ladder to get
51:50
Joe to Genoa to really talk a little bit
51:54
more about what's happening with the
51:55
thousands of sealed indictments as so
51:57
many people will be going to jail as now
52:00
Durham because you know we we had
52:03
everything resting in Horowitz and then
52:06
nothing and now everyone Durham Durham's
52:10
gonna send people to jail is gonna
52:11
happen
52:12
and you know before you continue I have
52:15
to say people should note that this is a
52:18
mirror image of what the left is doing
52:21
totally the left old the Trump's gonna
52:24
quit he's gonna quit the campaign oh
52:27
there's all this evidence gonna quit
52:28
they can't be oh he won't he's gonna
52:30
quit the presidency he's gonna resign
52:32
from the presidency Putin's run in the
52:34
country
52:35
I mean it's exact mirror image of the
52:37
nuttiness except that this happens on a
52:39
podcast the other one that happens on
52:44
CNN yeah exactly so here is Joe Genoa
52:49
and and now although I think he's
52:52
correct because we know about the NSA
52:55
and these FBI consultants unmasking
52:58
hundreds of telephone calls of Americans
53:01
which is completely irregular to the
53:03
whole FISA process but apparently now
53:07
Rogers is talking to Durham and now it's
53:11
gonna happen there was news a Joe that
53:13
Admiral Mike Rogers the former head of
53:17
the NSA is voluntarily cooperating with
53:21
John Durham's investigation I would
53:24
think that might cause quite a bit of
53:28
fervor for some folks like James Comey
53:31
and others so yeah we're going to Joe in
53:36
the Durham investigation I love I love
53:38
how in the podcast Joe Joe Joe Nova is
53:40
talking out of his butthole through his
53:43
pants today we were told according to
53:47
published reports the Admiral Rogers has
53:49
met several times with John Durham
53:55
did it on the podcast was was the Genoa
53:59
ever asked what model number of Radio
54:03
Shack but I think he's using the
54:06
snowball actually the classic snowball
54:10
that all the youtubers use I'm sorry
54:18
someone in the TRO room has this ball
54:21
gag in but now I understand the problem
54:23
with John Durham and that we now know
54:27
that Admiral Rogers who was the central
54:31
figure in uncovering the illegal
54:33
electronics firing as spying done by the
54:37
Obama administration prior to the Carter
54:41
page FISA warrants the spine that went
54:44
on from 2012 to 2016 involving FBI
54:50
contractors illegally accessing NSA data
54:53
mr. Rogers discovered that reported it
54:56
to the FISA Court all of that spine is
54:59
stopped by her and it led to the
55:02
crescendo of illegal activity by combing
55:05
clapper and Brennan it led into the
55:08
so-called
55:10
crossfire hurricane investigation to
55:12
cover up that previous find that had
55:15
been going on Rodgers has an electronic
55:18
trail of all the spine that went on over
55:20
five years he has personal notes ala
55:24
James Comey only this time they are not
55:27
self serving notes they are the truth
55:29
Mike Rogers I have described as the
55:32
Rosetta Stone of this investigation this
55:35
is the single most important development
55:38
in this I have been suggesting for a
55:41
long time that ultimately Rogers would
55:44
be the key to any criminal investigation
55:47
that is coming through what we now know
55:50
will happen is I can be barely
55:52
comfortable in suggesting that there is
55:55
going to be a substantial criminal
55:58
conspiracy indictment involving a lot of
56:01
people the electron electronic spying by
56:04
the way
56:05
done that electronic spying that went on
56:07
from 2012 to 2016 into NSA databases was
56:13
used for unmasking people and then
56:15
leaking that information to the press
56:17
and when the Attorney General talks
56:19
about investigating private parties he's
56:22
talking not only about GPS fusion and
56:26
Glenn Simpson and all those people and
56:29
Nellie or he's talking about the
56:32
contractors who were illegally accessing
56:35
NSA databases at the request so there
56:54
you go what you learned is nothing
56:56
because it was unintelligible pretty
56:57
much well you could hear it out but it's
57:00
very sad that that's the best that Joe
57:03
can do at this point but as I was
57:06
thinking about this and not even so much
57:08
about that but about the the corruption
57:13
allegations which is kind of if you if
57:15
you look I think they want to you know
57:17
this was in the newsletter you had a
57:19
picture of this but what are the chances
57:22
of the kids of the following people
57:24
having you know jobs with oil companies
57:27
in Ukraine and it's Biden's kid Pelosi's
57:30
kid Carey's kid and who's the nose the
57:34
fourth one yeah Romney Romney Romney's
57:38
kid yeah Romney the worst and what are
57:40
the chances what are the and you know we
57:43
hear about corruption all the time you
57:47
know there's this crap going on in in
57:50
Bolivia my goodness we have the guy who
57:53
escaped Japan the former Nissan Nissan
57:56
Renault executive who escaped Japan in a
57:59
cello case had to go back to Lebanon you
58:03
know the thing is we believe in America
58:07
certainly but maybe in most of the the
58:09
modern West those are just banana
58:12
republics that doesn't happen here know
58:15
what doesn't happen here is they don't
58:17
get run
58:18
of town on a rail because of course our
58:22
politicians are equally if not much more
58:26
corrupt just it's hard for us to believe
58:28
it it's hard for an American that's for
58:32
high-level just they're not stealing
58:33
from the American well they are
58:36
Americans but they're doing it through
58:37
Ukraine so that's okay
58:39
well yeah it's it's not so apparent but
58:42
I really think that people in America
58:45
and and in the West modern West they jit
58:49
know that really not it can't be like
58:50
dict like billions if not no no we're
58:53
not really stealing billions of dollars
58:55
that's not no that doesn't happen here
58:57
it's newsflash it does and it's so bad
59:01
it is really everything from these NGOs
59:05
to the little to the little rinky-dink
59:08
foundations money flowing everywhere you
59:12
know look at Baltimore with the mayor
59:15
and her scandals and just everywhere
59:19
that's selling non-existent children's
59:21
books to the schools yes it's rife with
59:24
corruption it's just it's you don't see
59:27
that you know the forest through the for
59:29
the trees anymore
59:32
so we're just as corrupt now only we
59:36
don't want to believe it yeah couple a
59:38
couple of black people over there in
59:40
Africa of course they corrupt look at
59:41
them course but here no no that can't
59:47
happen
59:50
well nothing's gonna happen about it
59:54
that we can be assured well with that I
59:57
do want to thank you for your courage
1:00:00
though and say in the morning to you the
1:00:03
man who put the C in corruption John C
1:00:06
Dvorak well in the morning to you mr.
1:00:10
Adams C curry I in the morning all ships
1:00:13
of C boots on the ground feet in the air
1:00:14
subs in the water and all the dames and
1:00:17
nights out there in the morning to all
1:00:19
the trolls at no agenda stream com
1:00:22
affectionately called the troll room
1:00:23
thank you for handing off the one-liners
1:00:25
once again all kinds of good things
1:00:27
happening in the troll room how many
1:00:29
trolls do you have online right now
1:00:31
let's see we've got nine hundred and
1:00:33
twenty five not bad for January 2nd are
1:00:36
those the people listening lied you can
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listen live on Thursdays in the second
1:00:39
Thursday of the month the week on Sunday
1:00:41
and but there's always something on no
1:00:44
agenda stream calm 24 hours a day also
1:00:48
big in the morning too of course
1:00:50
Darren O'Neill once again brought us the
1:00:53
artwork for the final show of 2019 now
1:00:56
that episode was 1203 we titled it ret
1:01:00
which was we actually discussed in the
1:01:02
show which is our retro clips and we had
1:01:04
did have some retrospective now here's
1:01:07
what's interesting about the artwork
1:01:08
that Darren brought us and there were a
1:01:11
couple of pieces but this really stood
1:01:13
out but it became extra funny for a
1:01:15
reason I shall explain so this was the
1:01:18
No Agenda
1:01:19
I heart poot P OoT which was the flub
1:01:24
that we got from actually we probably
1:01:26
played that flub who was it again who
1:01:29
know Amy Moore Amy and Michael Moore any
1:01:34
good minute somebody yeah Michael Moore
1:01:36
and this is what they were talking about
1:01:37
talking about mayor Pete I mean any
1:01:40
candidate politician you know people
1:01:42
watching this will have their
1:01:43
disagreements or whatever one thing you
1:01:44
can't disagree with is he has been true
1:01:47
to his convictions he will fight like
1:01:49
hell for us the fact that 52 percent of
1:01:52
young people are for him in the latest
1:01:54
poll 52% of young voters
1:01:57
the Millennial that's running 2% 2% of
1:02:01
18 to 35 year olds are for the person
1:02:02
their age young people wanting a baby
1:02:05
judge right
1:02:11
poot poot buddha judge so that was a
1:02:15
funny piece of art and it wasn't until I
1:02:18
saw the art that I realized oh my the
1:02:22
word poot P OoT or boat in Dutch is
1:02:28
unrecognized and mean completely
1:02:30
recognizable and once I saw the warden
1:02:33
like holy shit in this image
1:02:37
it says I love fag that is the Dutch
1:02:39
slang word for a gay is boat and it you
1:02:44
could translate it directly to fag so it
1:02:46
had such an interesting meaning with I
1:02:48
love boat that
1:02:51
we used it immediately of course always
1:02:53
go for the low the lowbrow the the
1:02:55
lowest laugh possible but nobody pretty
1:02:58
much nobody picked up on it
1:03:00
I was expecting some duds the word in
1:03:04
the genitive google translator it came
1:03:06
out his leg yes it is the word for leg
1:03:09
in Dutch as well but slang is very
1:03:11
obvious but no no one no one no one no
1:03:16
tweets no nothing
1:03:17
I was surprised there you go sometimes
1:03:20
this happens but it was the 33rd win for
1:03:25
Darren O'Neill
1:03:26
according to comic strip blogger that's
1:03:28
why he didn't even compete says he knew
1:03:30
that Darren was it was like a no hit no
1:03:32
run you know I'm not gonna ruin his 33rd
1:03:35
yes throwing him by the last homer
1:03:40
exactly so kind so collegiate so ok yes
1:03:45
very nice and thank you very much Darren
1:03:48
O'Neill for doing so much for us in 2019
1:03:52
and he would 33 is about third of all
1:03:55
the shows huge huge and and Darren was
1:04:00
there this morning doing the pre stream
1:04:01
once again for this show so he's a great
1:04:03
force and our value for value network he
1:04:05
really understands it and we really
1:04:07
appreciate what he does and all of the
1:04:09
artists you can go take a look at their
1:04:10
work at No Agenda art generator dot-com
1:04:14
and we've got some people to thank who
1:04:16
supported us our executive and associate
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executive producers for today right this
1:04:21
is the New Year special so they're
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getting extra good credit if their
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executive producers starting with
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anonymous probably probably won't use it
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non-anonymous comes in at 678 93 in
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Eastern Michigan alright one of the
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Michigan local guys ITM anonymous ice
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has no name or location well your
1:04:43
Michigan I think they won't track you
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down but may I please get an Atlas
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Shrugged followed by a big L respect
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year the
1:04:52
email from Adam tugged at my
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heartstrings
1:04:56
you sent you an email I actually emailed
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a couple of our our top supporters love
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love love you guys that the ona family
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bonus was good this year tax cut did
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help some slaves so he should donate
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more anyway any cheap bastards out there
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need to do the same
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adios and such mofos by ein rent are ESP
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ICT
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it's it's some brother it Samara itch
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amaura crows in Miami 33333
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Thank You Jon and Adam for wonderful
1:05:45
year the magic numbers everywhere 33
1:05:48
also gonna get some karma for the new
1:05:50
year happy new year to all can't wait to
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use my executive-produced title gregory
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piercing yeah cockeysville maryland i'm
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sure there's a better pronunciation than
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that 33333
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another special executive producer happy
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new year i would like some jobs karma so
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a dealer's choice on jobs jobs jobs also
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don't eat me bow Jayden
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yes and boom shaka like a little girl
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okay well we have all of that for you
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lined up right now that's child abuse
1:06:55
Exhibit A and B is abuse other kids like
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it so it's not abuse I think what it is
1:07:01
is exploitation one of our producers I
1:07:07
guess gave their daughter was little you
1:07:10
know mini plastic cards you can drive
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around yourself sit it and drive it it
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has a radio and it you know was
1:07:17
something that liberals irate at
1:07:18
guessing you know maybe some
1:07:19
pre-recorded sounds you're like mommy
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you know agenda is no longer on on my
1:07:26
driving around just what do you like
1:07:28
best about no agenda now I couldn't clip
1:07:31
it because he doesn't really work
1:07:32
without the visuals he says that what I
1:07:34
like best about no agenda is the dirty
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words okay there you go
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corrupt yeah that is you okay alright
1:07:45
booty a 333 bucks comes in let's
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20:20 a great year for no agenda happy
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New Year to the best podcast in the
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universe thank you sir Edie the booty a
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Craig Kennedy in Southampton
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Massachusetts
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3:33 no agenda has been a meta
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medication grade medication grade gift
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of sanity there you go
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I have no desire to imagine my life
1:08:11
without it that said I have been a
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douche bag for about four years now I
1:08:17
need to start this decade off right with
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this donation may I get a much-needed D
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douching jobs karma and a grad school
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karma Thank You Craig from the lost
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lands of Western Massachusetts jobs and
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jobs
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[Laughter]
1:08:42
Perez in West Palm Beach Florida 333
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professors John and Adam I have been a
1:08:48
douche bag since day one but no more
1:08:50
please d douche yes you've been deduced
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thank you kindly for sharing all of your
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knowledge and stories via this virtual
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University that is the No Agenda show
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jingle connect the doc's dots with maxi
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here's what I've said I've said that we
1:09:10
need the information we need to connect
1:09:13
the dots and we got a drill down we've
1:09:16
got to connect the dots get the facts
1:09:18
connect the dots do everything that I
1:09:20
possibly can to help connect the dots
1:09:23
I've said we've got to connect the dots
1:09:26
I've always said if we connect the dots
1:09:29
I believe that they should have to
1:09:31
connect the dots if we're able to
1:09:33
connect the dots and if we determine the
1:09:37
facts if the dots are connected let's
1:09:40
get to the bottom of it or let's see if
1:09:43
the dots connect
1:09:49
the dots connect dance again once you
1:09:54
got a lot of skeletons out those
1:09:56
floaters in her eyeballs I bet you
1:09:58
bitches in for Walker and Green Bay
1:10:01
Wisconsin go Packers - OH - OH - that no
1:10:06
genders show has been the no agenda show
1:10:08
has been and will continue to be the
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beep best podcast in universe I'd like
1:10:12
to thank you both for your courage and
1:10:13
passion now if I may I'd like to thank
1:10:16
every producer who submits art for the
1:10:18
show you artists are phenomenal when I
1:10:23
first discovered No Agenda years ago
1:10:25
while using the No Agenda stream Roku
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app the thing that really drew me in was
1:10:30
the new art that was distributed with
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each show that stuff is too funny
1:10:35
furthermore who else does that only no
1:10:39
agenda that's who that's right now down
1:10:43
to brass tacks with the most recent
1:10:46
donation I have achieved vite count
1:10:47
status is all very exciting I like to
1:10:49
request a title change if I may
1:10:52
henceforth I let it be known as Sir
1:10:53
Christopher Baron of Brown County and
1:10:55
the by count of the troll troll room aka
1:10:59
gummi nerds
1:11:00
if that isn't acceptable then I'll be in
1:11:04
touch hoop and I think it's fine mine
1:11:07
sure huh
1:11:08
now I'd like to request a D douching for
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a friend and fellow No Agenda doozy yes
1:11:13
would you please d douche Mike hunt are
1:11:20
we in kindergarten is that the deal
1:11:22
we're in kindergarten now
1:11:24
alright gummy nerds
1:11:27
and that's wrong room goes wild geez
1:11:32
this there's enough childish behavior
1:11:35
from both of us here we don't need your
1:11:37
help
1:11:37
we're supposed to get these source
1:11:42
requests a few jingles I'd like to
1:11:44
request any jingle of John's choice uh I
1:11:47
think just share a secrets a good one
1:11:49
any jingle of Adams choice and I would
1:11:52
like the drone again naturally song to
1:11:55
be played at the end of the show well
1:11:56
for a vikon you might be able to do that
1:11:58
although Adam tends to forget to do to
1:12:01
do that no I actually thank you
1:12:04
I I try I'm getting better I hey what
1:12:08
are you gonna do get anybody bit up on
1:12:10
words - a 2020 and beyond
1:12:13
yes so you chose tell a secret that's
1:12:15
what you wanted yeah yeah let me see
1:12:18
what then I'll choose
1:12:22
I'll choose this one oh there's no
1:12:24
winning we don't like to foster a
1:12:26
competitive atmosphere but we laugh a
1:12:29
lot
1:12:29
now everyone hug and share a secret
1:12:34
[Music]
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[Music]
1:12:50
yes and I will play the full drone again
1:12:53
track at the end of the show nasty what
1:12:59
didn't it didn't it do thank you for the
1:13:02
madness Tanya the bike Countess of New
1:13:04
York City's 201 dollars a 69 cents and
1:13:07
heard from her for a while after I she
1:13:10
had me she was gonna buy some wine and
1:13:13
some dinner some recent dinner shoes yes
1:13:15
I sent me a list so she had this there
1:13:17
sale was a sale Wiser's stop what are
1:13:21
you talking about man she sent me a note
1:13:24
I heard from okay asking a help for the
1:13:27
wine selection which I do gladly okay if
1:13:30
I count night you and other people right
1:13:33
to set up some summers I said these wine
1:13:36
deals they are a scam so she sent you a
1:13:38
list of wines that she could choose from
1:13:41
and you never on sale at some
1:13:42
restaurants okay and then you you send
1:13:45
back and said they're all a scam is that
1:13:48
what is that was your response would you
1:13:49
choose that exact voice it's crazy so
1:13:56
she's okay what we didn't can you pick
1:13:58
something from the big list so she says
1:14:00
be the big list and I never never wrote
1:14:03
her back I just forgot this whole wind
1:14:07
up was a Maricopa and a shitty one at
1:14:09
best yes it was a winder for a Maricopa
1:14:14
dam writes a new year I thought it was
1:14:18
time for another associate executive
1:14:19
producer ship 1.69 the amount of amount
1:14:24
is a nod to episode 169 where I was
1:14:27
knighted I'm planning to be at the New
1:14:29
York meetup on January 18th Athena and
1:14:32
Alex rock for setting it up and looking
1:14:35
forward to meeting them I completely
1:14:37
dropped the ball on organizing my mom's
1:14:40
four day hospital stay after open heart
1:14:43
surgery turned into a month and a half
1:14:44
ha I think no agenda health karma did
1:14:50
work oh good no thanks may have happened
1:14:53
without it right anyway sorry for war
1:14:56
and peace hard love you guys as always
1:14:59
we love you Dame Tanya Dame Tanya the
1:15:01
Vikon tha's of New York City
1:15:02
she's very important in the in the Big
1:15:04
Apple she's one of the holdouts as it
1:15:07
gentrified towards China yeah his that
1:15:10
and she's not a swollen amygdala liberal
1:15:16
somehow somehow no she
1:15:18
what do you mean somehow she's knows
1:15:20
you're in New York I mean that's all you
1:15:22
get well that's true that's true
1:15:24
it's true
1:15:26
Thank You Dame Tonya
1:15:29
so we don't need the taxes from them cuz
1:15:31
we're New York we don't need money
1:15:33
we're New York New York we don't need
1:15:37
money
1:15:38
Angelique Aston a toccata update from
1:15:40
Henderson Dame Angela from Las Vegas
1:15:44
Manjula from Anderson
1:15:48
what by the way just go back up to Dame
1:15:49
Tanya give her some more health Karma
1:15:51
for a mom okay
1:15:52
absolutely well I'm gonna add a little a
1:15:54
twist of goat
1:15:55
you've got from Henderson 200 bucks I
1:16:04
haven't been able to listen as much
1:16:06
lately but I'd caught the show today the
1:16:09
report about Trump bringing the troops
1:16:11
home from places we don't need to be
1:16:12
made me remember why I need to make
1:16:15
listening and supporting to show a
1:16:17
priority thank you and I'm going to give
1:16:21
her and her husband some karma from me
1:16:24
and from Tina you've got karma really
1:16:28
nice Angela has done so much man she's
1:16:31
organized tours for us she's just she's
1:16:34
a a a massive massive producer
1:16:39
well good I've doesn't organize anything
1:16:43
for me well you don't need any
1:16:45
organizing except that office of yours
1:16:50
you know I come up with an ID with a
1:16:51
solution to your issue yeah that you
1:16:53
won't ever let me see your studio so
1:16:55
they don't let you see it you have to
1:16:56
sign a nondisclosure and give me $100
1:16:58
cash $100 to G is that that worth is it
1:17:02
worth to you that much
1:17:04
well I'm a bug that's the tour of the
1:17:06
off the tour of the studios gonna be
1:17:08
anyone who wants to see a hundred bucks
1:17:10
now
1:17:10
okay well whoa what do you mean anyone
1:17:13
now a little sudden anyone made hundreds
1:17:16
of do a tourist attraction it's a
1:17:18
hundred bucks and an NDA i I don't so
1:17:22
what is the what can I cannot do with
1:17:24
once I sign this India what let's stop
1:17:26
let me revisit this I've only been to
1:17:29
John's house once and I believe was
1:17:32
about eleven years ago maybe a little
1:17:33
bit longer ten years now ten or eleven
1:17:36
years ago it's probably ten and it was
1:17:38
for Thanksgiving it was very nice and
1:17:41
then I said oh let me go see your studio
1:17:44
what okay go upstairs
1:17:48
I just wanted no in that voice I'm
1:17:51
nailing it today and and I said well you
1:17:55
know whatever it was it was like a no
1:17:57
hard no and and and I've never I've
1:18:01
never even been invited back and so
1:18:03
you're in the neighborhood with your
1:18:06
daughter getting married in May and
1:18:08
we've been invited and we're very
1:18:09
excited about coming although it's on a
1:18:12
Sunday which is rather odd I mean what
1:18:14
child of no agenda nation gets married
1:18:16
on a Sunday showed a nice dad hello I
1:18:22
said we'd love to come but I'd hate to
1:18:24
be in San Francisco once again and not
1:18:27
be able to see your studio and you
1:18:29
immediately know and so now if I sign an
1:18:33
NDA a nondisclosure agreement and pay a
1:18:37
hundred dollars - well the NDA said I
1:18:41
mean you gotta let me I mean can I can I
1:18:44
can't even mention anything or the line
1:18:45
can I can I see the language of the NDA
1:18:51
man you drive a hard bargain yeah you
1:18:54
can see the language of the NDA how
1:18:57
about I just won't take pictures
1:19:00
now we'll remind you you came to my
1:19:02
house an hour late and that you know
1:19:05
people are leaving and like hey you come
1:19:09
in you turn on the the the Warriors game
1:19:11
on television like we're getting married
1:19:14
notes hey got a TV where's the ESPN and
1:19:17
then you go upstairs and you take a
1:19:19
hundred pictures of my studio I took a
1:19:21
hundred pictures of your studio yeah
1:19:24
where are those hundred pictures I don't
1:19:26
have them yeah okay all right fine all
1:19:29
right
1:19:29
no I will not sign an NDA I will pay the
1:19:32
hundred dollars though that's that's
1:19:34
well worth it but the NDA I mean I need
1:19:36
to be able to talk about some how about
1:19:38
this
1:19:38
a non-disparagement agreement
1:19:42
oh that may be good so I can't disparage
1:19:45
you or your studio yeah but you're a
1:19:49
professional and professional brought
1:19:52
guns have way of ways of disparaging
1:19:55
then aren't technically disparaging I
1:20:00
just want to say I would have to be in
1:20:02
there if I determine that as a
1:20:06
disparagement there will be a fine okay
1:20:09
write it up consider it I think we I
1:20:13
think we can sign phase one of this deal
1:20:15
if very soon all right sir Tristan
1:20:19
Tristan banning it in Toronto two
1:20:22
hundred bucks I mentioned this Happy New
1:20:23
Year he says let her to follow I don't
1:20:25
have a letter it looked he says calling
1:20:28
tak he says so I guess it was a joke no
1:20:31
letter o JK play please give a healthy
1:20:34
dose of goat Karma to everybody cheers
1:20:36
sir Tristan in Toronto Toronto Toronto
1:20:40
you've got Mandan North Dakota two
1:20:50
hundred I'm in serious need of a D
1:20:52
douching you've been deduced as it's
1:20:57
been years since my last donation it's
1:21:00
time to clear out my PayPal account to
1:21:02
wrap up the knighthood as we enter
1:21:04
another exhausting election year on new
1:21:06
and no agenda keeping me sane dis
1:21:09
donation will get me pointed pointed in
1:21:11
that direction could I also please get
1:21:13
some F cancer karma as my mom was
1:21:16
diagnosed with breast cancer the day
1:21:18
after Christmas I'm looking for all the
1:21:20
help I can get and since we're in the
1:21:22
middle of an oil and trained country oil
1:21:24
and train kept as where we are
1:21:26
no that's thing please play a listen to
1:21:29
that horn jingle have a great 2020
1:21:41
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1:21:54
for show 1204 and includes the moniker
1:21:58
or us as producing the special New
1:22:00
Year's are producing the new agendas New
1:22:03
Year's Day special
1:22:04
well now what is it can you do you can
1:22:07
put it whatever you want just a New
1:22:08
Year's Day special show it's a New
1:22:11
Year's special I would say something
1:22:13
like executive producer no agenda show
1:22:17
2020 New Year's special I mean something
1:22:20
like that's something like that that
1:22:22
would be good that'd be good regardless
1:22:25
of what you call it it's something that
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you should display loudly and proudly
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wherever that works that would be your
1:22:30
LinkedIn profile all of your your
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account profiles is where you want to
1:22:34
put this and I'm seeing it more and more
1:22:37
certainly on Twitter and it looks good
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and I hope that it's bringing you good
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1:23:48
there's nothing on this show we don't do
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but this but I appreciate people that do
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it but I wonder about how many these
1:23:56
people are just fakes they're phonies
1:23:58
this sometimes it just doesn't make any
1:23:59
sense
1:24:00
okay so I've listened deceased band a
1:24:03
journal when they have these Collins
1:24:04
these guys call in and they just not
1:24:05
really for an interaction it's mostly
1:24:07
for these with most Colin's are anyway
1:24:09
just make a statement well you call in
1:24:13
the Republican line or the Democrat line
1:24:15
and you get to bitch and moan they
1:24:19
changed it over the holiday to the
1:24:20
pessimist optimist lines brother
1:24:23
so c-span had a formatting change first
1:24:26
time in 35 years guys have got the
1:24:34
pessimist calls in and this is she spent
1:24:37
Dave in Atlanta Dave in Atlanta Georgia
1:24:40
says he's pessimistic about what he sees
1:24:43
in 2020 hello hello yes I'm Dave in
1:24:46
Decatur Georgia and I heard 20 minutes
1:24:49
ago that you're doing fine today so I'm
1:24:51
not gonna ask you how are you doing and
1:24:53
I want to tell you that I'm pessimistic
1:24:54
because it was in the 1970s and I'm
1:24:59
standing there listening to this big ol
1:25:02
Protestant preacher telling the crowd of
1:25:04
teenagers one of the boys had on a
1:25:06
t-shirt and said all one people in had
1:25:09
an image of the world with all these
1:25:11
different national flags and that
1:25:13
preacher stood there and corrected that
1:25:15
young mended we're not all one people
1:25:17
we're Americans we are exceptional and
1:25:20
that's what got us where we are today
1:25:22
we are not exceptional we're a bunch of
1:25:24
racist bigots when we win in Vietnam it
1:25:27
was the side with the white people the
1:25:29
French who went over there and
1:25:31
brutalized those Vietnamese people we
1:25:33
took of that brutality and and I was
1:25:36
involved in I killed people over there
1:25:38
for a lot and it's a lie is that
1:25:41
American exceptionalism is up is a load
1:25:44
of nonsense subtle we're gonna love each
1:25:48
other and be kind to each other instead
1:25:50
of loving Almighty dollars okay wow that
1:25:54
was that the optimist line or the
1:25:56
pessimist lost the best bells the
1:25:58
pessimist button
1:26:00
Wow right you know as what well I don't
1:26:08
know what to say really but he made some
1:26:12
points there he says hey I went over
1:26:13
killed people in Vietnam for note 4 all
1:26:16
based on a lie
1:26:17
yes well at least he's woke that's for
1:26:22
sure
1:26:23
yeah that's it Jesus woke he's woke I'll
1:26:26
take that in this new year a lot of
1:26:31
musical chairs taking place the Bank of
1:26:34
England the chief of the the head of the
1:26:37
Bank of England
1:26:39
Mark Carney he and I recall last year
1:26:43
his last hurrah as he was already given
1:26:46
up he was leaving his post he was at the
1:26:49
bankers meeting in there it was it where
1:26:52
they do that that secret bankers meeting
1:26:54
the federal the federal the central
1:26:56
bankers then Georgia somewhere thinking
1:27:03
I'd probably so by the way that best
1:27:06
place in Jekyll Island where the Fed was
1:27:07
or orchestrated is still there and as
1:27:11
they turn it to a hotel for tourists
1:27:13
it's like a pretty cool place to visit
1:27:15
he okay yes that was he was that
1:27:23
that was September and he was saying oh
1:27:26
well you know looks like we're gonna
1:27:29
have some digital currencies I mean it's
1:27:30
time to blow it all up you know the
1:27:32
system's not working this was his last
1:27:33
hurrah remember those clips he's like oh
1:27:35
Bitcoin is well that may be the future
1:27:37
but so this guy and you know kind of for
1:27:41
a moment like oh that's kind of cool
1:27:42
that he said that on his way out you
1:27:43
know it's nice to you know just throw a
1:27:45
little hand grenade before you leave but
1:27:48
he's back on the scene or let's just say
1:27:49
the musical chairs have the music's
1:27:52
played the music has stopped then he's
1:27:53
in a new chair guess where he is now and
1:27:55
what his new job is the Royal Bank
1:27:58
closed this and this guy is a former
1:28:00
goldman sachs he ran the Bank of England
1:28:02
so that's the Federal Reserve of the
1:28:04
United Kingdom no now he is the UN envoy
1:28:09
for climate change yeah bring the
1:28:13
financial guys in oh yeah
1:28:16
and the BBC interviewed him and well he
1:28:22
does are you implying that there is a
1:28:26
connection between world banking and
1:28:28
climate change because there's money
1:28:30
involved somehow if you hold on for two
1:28:33
clips I'll answer the question here's
1:28:35
Mark Carney regarding the the emergency
1:28:39
it's talked about 2020 being a decade of
1:28:42
action absolutely necessary on climate
1:28:45
change we want action on the finance
1:28:47
side we want that disclosure companies
1:28:50
doing that disclosure there's a lot of
1:28:53
memes in here climate disclosures
1:28:55
another good one now you have to
1:28:57
disclose something on that disclosure
1:28:59
companies doing that disclosure we want
1:29:02
that to become the norm it's important
1:29:05
that you and I people watching can
1:29:08
understand how our money's being
1:29:09
invested is it being invested consistent
1:29:12
with the transition path that is the law
1:29:15
of the land that is what our citizens
1:29:17
want which is that we're transitioning
1:29:20
in a way that will a stable
1:29:22
this guy sounds just like Adam Schiff
1:29:26
interesting observation I'll pay
1:29:28
attention to that he it's probably the
1:29:30
same new year
1:29:31
for sure I just like that he's saying
1:29:34
that you know this course he's talking
1:29:36
about the UK he had the law of the land
1:29:38
it's climate change you got to make sure
1:29:40
the money is spent right remember the
1:29:42
last the the the the the top 25 which
1:29:47
was held in Madrid it was all about the
1:29:49
climate negotiation which apparently
1:29:51
didn't go so well because everyone
1:29:53
wanted to receive but no one wanted to
1:29:55
pay anything so here's this guy telling
1:29:59
the British subjects it is a BBC
1:30:01
interview after all we're taking your
1:30:03
money and we'll make sure you feel very
1:30:05
good about how we invest it
1:30:07
invested in ourselves the land that is
1:30:11
what our citizens want which is that
1:30:13
we're transitioning in a way that will
1:30:15
stabilize the climate you'll spend a lot
1:30:17
of 2020 working on it as part of you how
1:30:20
arrogant is that we'll spend your money
1:30:24
in a way that will stabilize the climate
1:30:26
I mean if I went on the street 20 years
1:30:29
ago people would shoot me if I said
1:30:31
these things give me your money
1:30:33
don't worry I'll make sure I invested
1:30:35
wisely so the climate will stabilize our
1:30:38
citizens want which is that we're
1:30:41
transitioning in a way that will
1:30:43
stabilize the climate you'll spend a lot
1:30:45
of 2020 working on community as part of
1:30:48
your UN role in the run-up to the
1:30:49
Glasgow summit I wonder why you choose
1:30:52
not to use the term climate emergency I
1:30:55
would say we're in a climate crisis just
1:30:58
like a financial crisis where the action
1:31:01
needs to be taken now this is a slow
1:31:03
burn crisis if you will so it's it's
1:31:08
it's more difficult to act because you
1:31:11
don't have the the public spectacle of a
1:31:15
failing bank or or queues outside a
1:31:18
building society or those types of
1:31:20
tangible of the markets moving around a
1:31:23
tangible way that force action that's
1:31:25
part of the challenge that's part of the
1:31:27
tragedy of the horizon so listen very
1:31:30
carefully what he says here he's saying
1:31:32
we don't have like a financial crisis we
1:31:35
don't have people standing outside banks
1:31:38
you know
1:31:39
run on the banks etc now I would I wait
1:31:43
don't wait III want to hear your point I
1:31:46
would argue well what about all the
1:31:48
fires isn't in the Amazon California
1:31:52
Australia that's all being shown as huge
1:31:55
examples of the climate emergency the
1:31:57
climate crisis he says we don't have
1:32:00
that it's not tangible enough and he
1:32:02
says that's the challenge I think these
1:32:04
guys are planning some kind of financial
1:32:06
crash with all this I think these guys
1:32:09
have already planned these fires
1:32:10
absolutely both is that I mean right now
1:32:14
in paradise they're selling the
1:32:17
properties they're left and right as you
1:32:19
would expect you can go buy some of
1:32:22
these old properties now for about
1:32:23
pennies and not pennies on the dollar
1:32:26
but about a third of what you would have
1:32:28
paid some years ago and people are just
1:32:30
rebuilding the other people just banned
1:32:32
in the area and they're leaving the
1:32:33
properties for sale at fires fire sale
1:32:36
prices and it's a really good time to
1:32:39
get in on some of these things cuz the
1:32:41
whole town burnt down which made no
1:32:43
sense to me right and you know I've got
1:32:45
the whole town down like that well I'm
1:32:48
let's go back to what I wanted to talk
1:32:50
about okay which is what is it when does
1:32:53
the reporter start to grill you about
1:32:57
your language usage like she did she
1:33:00
said to him why are you calling it a
1:33:03
crisis and not in a crime climate and we
1:33:07
already know that climate crisis and
1:33:08
climate emergency were two terms that
1:33:10
showed up on purpose to change the
1:33:14
conversation from global warming and
1:33:17
climate change and they decided it's not
1:33:20
alarmist enough it haven't done enough
1:33:23
of alarming the public let's change
1:33:26
these to climate crisis and climate
1:33:28
emergency and sometimes Amy for example
1:33:31
Goodman will say both right the climate
1:33:34
crisis climate emergency right back to
1:33:36
war and peace report but when does a
1:33:38
reporter instead of just getting
1:33:40
somebody to talk actually correct their
1:33:42
language what's what well it is the BBC
1:33:47
after all and they have a style guide
1:33:49
and they all chose if you recall they
1:33:51
chose
1:33:51
to use the alarming words climate
1:33:53
emergency but again and I'll play the
1:33:56
last 11 seconds Carney here is saying no
1:34:00
you don't have anything tangible but
1:34:01
that's the challenge the public
1:34:05
spectacle of a failing bank or or queues
1:34:07
outside a building society or those
1:34:10
types of tangible of the markets moving
1:34:13
around a tangible way that forced action
1:34:15
that's part of the challenge that's part
1:34:17
of the tragedy of the horizon that's
1:34:19
part of the tragedy on the horizon
1:34:21
that's part of the challenge hmm let's
1:34:26
play that again
1:34:28
the last bit he's predicting there's
1:34:32
gonna be a situation well it's it's hard
1:34:35
to understand exactly how it means it
1:34:37
cuz he said it's part of the challenge
1:34:39
and listen again because you don't have
1:34:42
the the public spectacle of a failing
1:34:45
bank or or queues outside a building
1:34:48
society or those types of tangible of
1:34:51
the markets moving around a tangible way
1:34:53
that force action that's part of the
1:34:56
challenge that's part of the tragedy of
1:34:57
the horizon okay so what he's saying is
1:34:59
we don't have that spectacle that force
1:35:02
action what he means by force action is
1:35:05
that's how in 2008 our money was taken
1:35:09
from us they because of forced action
1:35:11
and given to the bank's literally given
1:35:14
to the banks this is when everyone
1:35:17
started to retire including my buddy the
1:35:18
foreman your banker everyone made off
1:35:21
like bandits because they had a horrible
1:35:23
spectacle he had Obama there we're all
1:35:26
gonna die
1:35:28
I'm just gonna give it to you straight
1:35:29
people it's not good not who we are
1:35:35
so that's what he's he's vying for and
1:35:38
the guys in the right position to make
1:35:40
these things happen he's a he's a banker
1:35:43
I don't think you're ever really a
1:35:43
former banker he's a goldman sachs guy
1:35:45
he ran the Bank of England now he wants
1:35:47
to cause some kind of panic I don't
1:35:50
think it's a financial panic he's
1:35:51
interested in causing because if there's
1:35:53
a financial panic that means they you
1:35:55
know people are gonna tighten the purse
1:35:57
strings it has to be something else but
1:36:00
and I think there I'm listening to him I
1:36:03
think they don't know what to do I think
1:36:05
they're looking for a good idea let's
1:36:07
listen to the second clip maybe we'll
1:36:09
learn more you've taken a fair amount of
1:36:11
flack in this role on various different
1:36:14
fronts including from MPs I wonder if
1:36:16
you think that we have as you look at
1:36:19
this country whether we have enough
1:36:20
truth in our political debate enough
1:36:23
truth in in in our brexit debate I think
1:36:28
what's essential on this topic on
1:36:30
climate change is that we have a
1:36:33
cross-party nonpartisan approach to it
1:36:36
that the science is clear that the type
1:36:40
of transition that we what we've been
1:36:42
talking about that we get as specific as
1:36:45
possible about what's needed we can't
1:36:48
afford on this one to have the selective
1:36:52
information to have spin misdirection
1:36:55
misleading it needs to be absolutely
1:36:59
clear because we're all in we're all in
1:37:01
on it
1:37:02
mm-hmm all in on it you betcha producer
1:37:07
Mike where there's a kind of ID even
1:37:09
it's kind of a double meaning the ways
1:37:11
we're all in on it
1:37:12
oh yeah we're all in on this one we're
1:37:15
all in you know as and lean in we're all
1:37:18
in we're all in on this or we're all in
1:37:21
on it yeah it's very there's no debate
1:37:24
truth wants to come out there I'd like
1:37:27
that I'd like to play a historical clip
1:37:29
for some context of you know this
1:37:32
obviously John and I are not big
1:37:34
believers in this climate change send
1:37:37
all your money to the elite so they can
1:37:38
invest it for us European Union now with
1:37:41
France team Ramones who was the Green
1:37:43
Deal czar with he must have 50 or 60
1:37:47
people working for him
1:37:48
overnight in this in this deal and he is
1:37:53
requiring from the 26 member states in
1:37:55
the European Union annually two hundred
1:37:58
and sixty billion euros to fight climate
1:38:01
change so every member state has to send
1:38:06
ten billion euros which they don't have
1:38:09
they have to find it somewhere which
1:38:11
comes from the citizens and they're
1:38:13
going to send it to the European Union
1:38:15
and uncle France is going to make sure
1:38:17
we don't die because of any needs that
1:38:19
for a span of ten years where does this
1:38:23
all come from 2008 at the the height of
1:38:28
the the Great Recession at Bill Moyers
1:38:32
Journal PBS television sat down with
1:38:35
George Soros to discuss a number of
1:38:39
issues it's only a minute and 37 seconds
1:38:42
but if you've never heard this clip it
1:38:44
will bring clarity to what global
1:38:47
warming is really about so let's leave
1:38:50
them something to think about is they go
1:38:52
home let them go home and say mr. Soros
1:38:54
said here are three things we can do
1:38:56
simply one work on a better world order
1:39:00
where we work together to resolve
1:39:04
problems that confront humanity like
1:39:07
global warming and I think I think that
1:39:10
dealing with global warming will require
1:39:13
a lot of investment you see for the last
1:39:17
25 years the world economy the motor of
1:39:22
the world economy that has been driving
1:39:24
it was consumption by the American
1:39:27
consumer who has been spending more than
1:39:29
he has been saving all right over there
1:39:34
and he's been producing so that motor is
1:39:37
now switched off it's finished its run
1:39:40
out of we can't continue you need a new
1:39:45
motor and we have a big problem global
1:39:49
warming
1:39:50
as big investment and that could be the
1:39:54
motor of the world economy in the years
1:39:57
to come putting anybody in building
1:39:59
infrastructure converting the green
1:40:01
technology instead of consuming the
1:40:04
building electricity green and saving on
1:40:07
energy rewiring the houses adjusting
1:40:12
your lifestyle where energy is it's got
1:40:16
to cost more until it will introduce
1:40:20
those new things so it will be painful
1:40:23
but at least we will survive and not
1:40:26
cook
1:40:26
we will not cook it will be painful to
1:40:30
send all your money to me for the better
1:40:33
world order that's it that's it the
1:40:36
motor he's talking about was the
1:40:37
hollowing out of the United States for
1:40:39
sure we didn't produce that much anymore
1:40:41
we're just borrowing money and spending
1:40:43
it on cheap crap from China the motor
1:40:45
stopped the motor is his motor it's his
1:40:47
drop a penny and get a dollar out of the
1:40:50
bottom motor so he literally said we
1:40:53
need a new motor for a better world
1:40:55
order this global warming thing yeah
1:40:58
that'll take huge investment rewire your
1:41:01
home slaves I don't know what the hell
1:41:02
that means but we should do it all
1:41:05
remember otherwise we'll cook blessed
1:41:08
that's in the cap-and-trade bill which
1:41:12
was
1:41:14
back this is back in 2000 time eight or
1:41:18
nine yeah you know nine yep the
1:41:20
cap-and-trade bill came up or as a
1:41:24
Gohmert called it the crap and trade
1:41:26
bill
1:41:28
it had provisions in there and you
1:41:32
remember this when John Boehner was the
1:41:34
Speaker of the House is crying all the
1:41:35
time yes he went on about with segments
1:41:40
of it he read segments we had clips and
1:41:42
where he's talking about how the lot of
1:41:44
us today's structures just need to be
1:41:46
torn down because they're not
1:41:47
energy-efficient enough right and it was
1:41:49
a phase-out law where you just be
1:41:51
levelling houses left and right and
1:41:53
rebuilding him from scratch and that
1:41:55
would be the motor the rebuilding motor
1:41:57
of course I'll be done under
1:41:58
international world one world government
1:42:02
hopefully according to Soros hopefully
1:42:04
and it was just a nightmare and I so the
1:42:08
rewiring I think was just kind of a what
1:42:10
was left over what he could just
1:42:12
remember about the bullcrap they tried
1:42:15
to force down our throats that's where
1:42:17
the jobs jobs jobs karma came from yes
1:42:20
so the point here is the whole idea was
1:42:24
huge investment take it from us from you
1:42:28
know the taxpayer take that money
1:42:30
invested in huge important things like
1:42:33
anything that Soros is involved in and
1:42:36
that will be the new motor and then
1:42:39
Trump came in and said no not gonna do
1:42:41
it and and guess what it's all falling
1:42:43
apart the motors not getting at least
1:42:45
not that motors not getting started and
1:42:47
it's it was a part of the same push in
1:42:52
fact I have it here hold on where is it
1:42:55
if you recall
1:42:59
here was President Obama and by the way
1:43:01
when I when I went to fish this clip out
1:43:05
of the archives I kind of miss him
1:43:07
particularly for stuff like this hi
1:43:09
everybody hey everybody hey everybody
1:43:11
had done see buddy Barry I'm proud to
1:43:14
join the students teachers businesses
1:43:16
and nonprofit organizations taking big
1:43:18
new steps to support computer science in
1:43:21
America's schools now you remember this
1:43:22
you remember this whole push yeah it's
1:43:25
the cohhd cohhd cohhd because you're not
1:43:27
gonna have any jobs there's no more coal
1:43:29
jobs there's not just it's gonna be done
1:43:31
with you done with your jobs you need to
1:43:33
code learning these skills isn't just
1:43:36
important for your future it's important
1:43:38
for our country's future if we want
1:43:40
America to stay on the cutting edge we
1:43:42
need young Americans like you to master
1:43:45
the tools and technology that will
1:43:47
change the way we do just about
1:43:48
everything that's why I'm asking you to
1:43:51
get involved don't just buy a new video
1:43:54
game make one sure don't just download
1:43:58
the latest app helped design it
1:44:00
okay don't just play on your phone
1:44:04
programming yeah not possible no one's
1:44:08
born a computer scientist but with
1:44:10
little hard work and some math and
1:44:12
science oh just about anyone can become
1:44:14
one you hear that
1:44:16
here's that Google it's so easy little
1:44:18
math and science a little hard work
1:44:19
we're coming for you this week is your
1:44:22
chance to give it a shot and don't let
1:44:24
anyone tell you you can't whether you're
1:44:27
a young man or a young woman whether you
1:44:29
live in a city or a rural area computers
1:44:32
are going to be a big part of your
1:44:33
future and if you're willing to work and
1:44:36
study hard that future is yours to shape
1:44:39
thanks everybody
1:44:41
all right stem stem everybody thanks so
1:44:44
this money this of course was in Joe
1:44:47
Biden's head when he goes to the miners
1:44:50
wars in West Virginia where was he this
1:44:52
time I believe it was West Virginia but
1:44:54
it was in one of the Virginia's so I
1:44:56
have the short set up how we started off
1:44:58
I come from a family where an area where
1:45:01
as coal miners
1:45:03
anybody can go down three hundred to
1:45:06
three thousand feet in the mind sure
1:45:07
hope they learn how to program as well
1:45:09
so the so if you can go down three
1:45:13
thousand feet into a mind you can
1:45:15
program a little bit of math dance yeah
1:45:20
now so this was this was what was
1:45:23
tweeted about it was actually hard to
1:45:25
find the audio for it then he went into
1:45:27
this longer rant which made it even more
1:45:30
interesting the Jo is living in 28 2008
1:45:33
president asked me to get Detroit out of
1:45:35
its problems remember Detroit went
1:45:37
bankrupt and it gave me authority to do
1:45:39
whatever I needed to do so I set up with
1:45:42
all the agencies what does all the money
1:45:44
out there Detroit could qualify for they
1:45:46
didn't ask for they'd know how to get it
1:45:48
the end result was not just because of
1:45:50
me but because of the team I put
1:45:52
together Detroit got out of bankruptcy
1:45:55
started to come back we're able to
1:45:58
provide everything from street lighting
1:46:00
for them and you know they could have it
1:46:02
to a height excuse me inner city rail
1:46:05
that so we put in a rail so anyway make
1:46:07
a long story short breathalyze I started
1:46:11
the rail to nowhere
1:46:14
has he been to Detroit recently
1:46:16
apparently I'll excuse me rail then so
1:46:23
we put it a rest anyway make a long
1:46:25
story short things really started move
1:46:27
that we found out something interesting
1:46:28
everybody when things hit went bankrupt
1:46:31
everybody who had any talent in terms of
1:46:34
technology left black white Hispanic man
1:46:38
women we didn't have anybody got a joke
1:46:40
who could turn on the streetlights hit
1:46:45
me not a joke you hit me not a joke no
1:46:48
one could turn on the streetlights knew
1:46:49
how to turn the system no one knew how
1:46:52
to turn on the sewer because it requires
1:46:55
computer capability and programming
1:46:58
capabilities really outfit that the
1:47:03
major corporations are going to need IT
1:47:05
they went out into the neighborhoods
1:47:07
they found 54 happened to be all women
1:47:10
not by intention mostly women of color
1:47:12
with a few exceptions ages 24 to 20 yeah
1:47:16
24 to 52 or 4 they went through a 19
1:47:19
weeks training program at the Community
1:47:21
College they're learning how to program
1:47:23
and I remember telling people as to my
1:47:25
liberal friends are saying you can't
1:47:27
expect that bagel to that give me a
1:47:29
break
1:47:30
anybody who can throw coal into a
1:47:32
furnace can learn how to program for
1:47:35
God's sake okay give that clip of the
1:47:40
day but I'm gonna take it because this
1:47:43
was one of the most unhinged things he's
1:47:45
ever said so what he's saying is when
1:47:50
he's safe Detroit good Joe because yeah
1:47:53
this is news to me by the way well the
1:47:55
president gave him the directive Joe so
1:48:01
Joe went and saved Detroit with his team
1:48:03
he gave his team some props for saving
1:48:04
Detroit
1:48:05
yeah good friend but then they so they
1:48:06
they fixed everything they fixed the
1:48:08
sewer they fixed the streetlights they
1:48:10
fixed the light rail they didn't know
1:48:11
how to turn it on so then they got one
1:48:14
of these IT recruiting firms who instead
1:48:16
of going and getting a whole bunch of
1:48:17
h-2b Indian workers went into Detroit
1:48:20
found 50 black women and they trained
1:48:26
them and his his conclusion is if you
1:48:31
can shovel coal into a furnace you can
1:48:35
code I don't understand what one has to
1:48:38
do with the other but that's exactly
1:48:40
what he said people who are not even
1:48:43
miners but just shovel coal into a
1:48:46
furnace on a maybe on that train you can
1:48:50
code
1:48:52
and he's this is 2019 he's saying this
1:48:56
does he even know can he code with a
1:49:01
little bit of hard working some science
1:49:03
and math he can't even remember him what
1:49:08
he can't he remember his own text code
1:49:10
but let alone that he can code something
1:49:13
no people this is not the solution don't
1:49:17
send your kid to code school give your
1:49:20
kid your old your old laptop with a
1:49:22
Linux distro your kid go make something
1:49:24
work this is unbelievable to me this guy
1:49:28
is so naive he doesn't even know what
1:49:30
any of this means
1:49:31
you can't code a game somebody just
1:49:35
sitting there and after home can't just
1:49:38
sit there in code a modern game yeah
1:49:40
they can hunt the Wumpus they might be
1:49:42
able to do that I don't think there's a
1:49:45
lot of you know market for strong if you
1:49:48
can shovel coal into a furnace you can
1:49:51
code it's clear we we took fifty black
1:49:54
women in Detroit and they turned on the
1:49:56
sewer can't doesn't get much more
1:50:00
intersectional than that what's a Wampus
1:50:03
by the way hunt the Wampus hunt the
1:50:07
Wumpus night don't know what hunt the
1:50:08
Wampus holy moly
1:50:11
you said holy moley I did sorry should
1:50:17
we know what hump the one hump hump the
1:50:19
Wampus hunch I want to hump the Wumpus
1:50:23
well there's a bunch of dudes named Ben
1:50:27
out there that are rolling their eyes
1:50:28
with your with your lack of knowledge
1:50:30
about this fabulous game apparently it
1:50:33
works best on a TI 99 it works fine on
1:50:37
anything anyway that guy I'm sorry
1:50:44
cannot be our president that is not it's
1:50:51
not a modern thought pattern that he has
1:50:54
there it's that's it's sad he's Ghent
1:50:59
yeah I understand what he's trying to
1:51:01
say
1:51:03
because of course anybody can do
1:51:05
anything they set their mind to but if
1:51:08
it's not just about coding and by the
1:51:10
way what kind of a country would we have
1:51:12
let's let's just take the the logical
1:51:14
extreme of this I'm gonna take the other
1:51:16
side of this let's say that something
1:51:19
happened it could it made it possible
1:51:21
for anybody to write high level code
1:51:25
everybody the entire country could write
1:51:29
the highest level code just like falling
1:51:31
off like anyone could do it at any time
1:51:33
what would that do to the economy well
1:51:36
we'd have a lot of Piper card
1:51:38
applications I didn't to give a little
1:51:59
update we do have a couple of OTG things
1:52:01
to to discuss as we try to save our
1:52:04
sanity with technology at least I do I
1:52:07
ever since we talked about it and I
1:52:10
should probably look it up when did we
1:52:12
do our our first Linux talk in fact I
1:52:16
can see it was episode 11 94 mint 19 and
1:52:21
that was what's the date of that there
1:52:24
would be 10 episodes ago so it'd be
1:52:26
November 28 okay yeah November 20th I
1:52:30
have been on my Linux distro since then
1:52:33
have not changed have not gone back to
1:52:35
Windows have customized it fine-tuned it
1:52:39
and am completely satisfied
1:52:44
it is I mean it I feel so good about
1:52:49
running the podcast on it no I wish no
1:52:52
no that the USB stuff and Linux is a
1:52:55
whole different problem and that's up
1:52:57
really up to the device makers but the
1:52:59
USB consortium is it
1:53:00
Quagmire's I've kind of given up on that
1:53:04
but everything else and I have this
1:53:07
thing tricked out Hydra mised optimized
1:53:10
it it does at all my workflows because I
1:53:13
can but most importantly it just works
1:53:18
day in day out
1:53:20
no reboots no shakin like an
1:53:23
etch-a-sketch no upgrade of my
1:53:26
experience and adjust that's nice it
1:53:30
just keeps working I'm so happy with it
1:53:34
that I will this is new I mean this it
1:53:37
isn't he's been playing with for three
1:53:39
years on the show on and off you know
1:53:43
and it's always got you guess always got
1:53:47
something right because it doesn't work
1:53:49
now I I know these you have very
1:53:52
different requirements for me my require
1:53:54
I'm an information manager that's what I
1:53:56
do so my main my main tool is email the
1:54:00
workflows I was able to create through a
1:54:02
combination of a great email program
1:54:04
clause mail which is also available on
1:54:07
Windows by the way but you could do a
1:54:09
lot I think a lot more interesting
1:54:10
things and Linux you can pipe it off to
1:54:12
programs and defiles a lot of stuff I'm
1:54:14
doing which I should probably document
1:54:15
and write up the browser of course
1:54:18
simple browser work and that's about it
1:54:21
you don't need much else and it's very
1:54:25
lightweight I have it on a USB stick so
1:54:29
I can have it loaded on three different
1:54:31
computers so I have automatic backups
1:54:34
it's it's fantastic
1:54:36
your requirements are different I don't
1:54:38
know if you've still stuck with it or if
1:54:39
you've gone back and forth or what's the
1:54:41
status of your Linux life
1:54:44
I can't use Photoshop on it so it's a
1:54:47
no-go
1:54:48
until Adobe makes a Linux version of
1:54:51
Photoshop which they refuse to do
1:54:52
because John Warnock personally has a as
1:54:56
long as he's alive even though he's the
1:54:58
chairman of emeritus is he has a hard-on
1:55:01
for Linux and open-source literally
1:55:05
because he thinks that post the dip the
1:55:08
PostScript clone it came out that was
1:55:11
open-source was ruining his life even
1:55:13
though he's a billionaire so he would
1:55:16
you're not gonna see Photoshop I mean
1:55:19
you can run it through wine or one of
1:55:21
these things and get it kinda to work or
1:55:23
you can use GIMP
1:55:25
oh just use GIMP gimps great that was
1:55:28
gonna be my question I mean you have
1:55:30
used GIMP yeah yeah I've used GIMP I've
1:55:34
used game quite a bit and GIMP does work
1:55:36
in some situations but it doesn't work
1:55:38
as well as it as Photoshop it's just not
1:55:41
as good well here's a question is it
1:55:43
GIMP or jimp well I think it's GIMP you
1:55:48
know it could be Jim I think we should
1:55:50
keep it consistent know anyone who calls
1:55:52
it Jim but if you create gifs with GIMP
1:55:55
why isn't GIMP jiff because the guy who
1:55:58
made the who invented the jiff the
1:56:01
graphics interchange format I think it
1:56:04
was for CompuServe he calls it just and
1:56:08
he's the one who gets the designate how
1:56:11
it's pronounced mm-hmm I mean it's just
1:56:13
the way it is anyway so I don't know how
1:56:16
what you're working on that you need all
1:56:18
these high-end tools for I don't see it
1:56:20
on your Twitter feed what are you doing
1:56:22
with Photoshop that you need Photoshop
1:56:24
so desperately where's the output the
1:56:27
output somebody one of my outputs is on
1:56:29
a six by you know a four foot by five
1:56:32
foot artwork on the wall that needed the
1:56:36
Photoshop for certain specific functions
1:56:38
so it printed out okay what are you
1:56:40
printing photos that are very pretty
1:56:44
oh I've got one couple for sale I'll put
1:56:47
in the condo when I see your studio need
1:56:49
you need Photoshop to do this sort of
1:56:52
work you can't do it on GIMP
1:56:55
all right and also there's a if you're
1:56:58
gonna write a lot the markups stuff and
1:57:02
the things you can do with Microsoft
1:57:03
Word you can't do with any of the word
1:57:05
processors like what
1:57:09
can take four for example goes ten deep
1:57:11
on every edit made of a sentence but why
1:57:15
would you even need what for your books
1:57:16
that you're publishing
1:57:19
sorry I couldn't resist well you can say
1:57:22
that all you want but the fact is is if
1:57:23
you're gonna have something edited it's
1:57:25
nice to have an edit trail that you can
1:57:27
follow but uh
1:57:28
Libre Office has an edit trail it
1:57:32
doesn't have one like these these are
1:57:33
better hmm
1:57:34
well I'd further that grammatical
1:57:38
correction of Microsoft Word is pretty