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March 12th, 2020 • 3h 16m

1224: CAPS

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Oh Adam curry Jhansi Dvorak's 2020 this
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is your award-winning Gitmo nation media
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assassination episode 1224 this is no
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agenda capital of the drone star state
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in the morning everybody my Adam Curry
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and from northern Silicon Valley where
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we're all asking the question how's that
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V recovery doing I'm John C Dvorak well
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the V has to go all the way deep before
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can go back up let's see he's not a V
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otherwise yeah that's great today very
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exciting talked about this on the DHS
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employ show yeah and Horowitz introduced
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it he a new turn model uh uh what was
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this he says how about the L recovery
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very interesting to see I mean this is
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what's happening in the markets is
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fantastic it's it's I'm so happy to be
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alive to see all this well you're so
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happy to be out of the market apparently
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well it's not like they don't have some
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you know 401k IRA stuff yeah that's not
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be that's all that's well you can't take
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it out you smell cash baby you can't
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take it out baby you apparently can take
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it out because you've hit the edge you
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can't take it out if you're under what
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you have to be 63 I think oh yeah you
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forgot that yeah well of course so it's
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okay because you're more susceptible to
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dying from let's let's just start I need
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to post a a grade for the president's
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performance last night I would say a
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solid D - why oh my god it was horrible
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completely disorganized behind the
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scenes
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is his demeanor was horrible he's
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snorting and sniffing and breathing he
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can't he's a completely dead invoice he
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would have gotten an ethicist he's ready
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from the prom
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yes and it's this is fail epic epic epic
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fail yeah the only yeah I did and the
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only thing that was there good is he got
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across the the closing of flights from
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the EU but you know it's like this was
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so when will these idiots learn so of
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course they had the transmission live
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broadcasting before all the stations cut
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to it and of course people got all kinds
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of fun clips beforehand don't we know
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this is you're supposed to keep an eye
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on what's being broadcast at all times
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who's in charge over there the same guy
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does Biden sound well he may be here's
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the here's the preamble as the president
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is getting ready to speak have any white
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you have any white stuff he's cursing
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because he has a pen mark which
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can you count to ten three one two three
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four five six seven eight nine there it
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is okay let me see what has a loop is in
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so he's worried about some pen mark
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quick get some white stuff somebody
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helped me out here and very
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unprofessional Mic Check we know that
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when you're doing a Mic Check
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you never go past two it's one two one
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two check - that's not one - thief oh if
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I take up in that tent that's not how
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you do it then the president had a
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speech which was poorly written poorly
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written and created a lot of confusion
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the the main confusion was about the
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flights from the EU and I'll read to you
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what he what was written for him I think
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he read it pretty much verbatim but it's
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very poorly written to keep new cases
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from entering our shores we will be
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suspending all travel from Europe to the
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United States for the next 30 days the
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new rules were going to effect Friday at
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midnight these restrictions will be
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adjusted subject to conditions on the
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ground there will be exemptions for
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Americans who have undergone appropriate
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screenings and these prohibitions will
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not apply only to the tremendous amount
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of Trade and cargo but various other
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things as we get approval anything
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coming from Europe to United States is
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what we are discussing these
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restrictions will also not apply to the
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United Kingdom I mean even to say these
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restrictions will also not apply it's
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improper it's shit and this whole your
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rating for verbatim from the script yes
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and it's written that way yes Wow yeah
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so it made it sound like all trade and
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cargo would also be forbidden and so
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that had to be clarified and that gave
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everybody room to jump up and down and
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so for that reason Trump fails because
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he gave the media more bull crap to
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frighten people with it's really really
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dumb I'm extremely burke's by it and
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then afterwards of course the mic stays
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on the video stays
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okay that's not you don't want your
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leader the father figure okay you don't
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want that well from the perspective of
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some I would I'm suggesting a jump rock
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of provocateur involved here because
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this is like like you said every this is
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all amateur hour yeah to have them have
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the thing live and have it have an open
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mic afterwards is all stuff done in the
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control room we're done by somebody
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who's not a good guy you know and done
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on purpose these are not accidents not
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that professional level it should not be
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exact you not at a professional level
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this doesn't happen anymore this
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happened in the days of George Bush and
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even Bill Clinton satellite time not
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this this is dumb
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just stupid and of course it gave a
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complete room to give us some fabulous
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clips so in that regard I am happy the
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president performed as he did we got to
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see Don Lemon meltdown in real time it
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was fabulous he's the best kiri is
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melting down first trying to convince
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California the California lieutenant
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governor
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- they hate Trump say that he sucks and
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it's no good but I want to talk about
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this reporting that is in the New York
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Times detailing the the failures of the
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federal government that they have
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repeatedly to get ahead of this this
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virus give me your reaction to this
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reporting I have to really be very clear
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that the experience of state officials
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all the way up to the governor in
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working with the federal government has
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been very productive and very positive
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we believe very strongly that we don't
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want to see this devolve into a
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political situation that the most
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important thing is that officials from
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the federal government the state
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government they're working together it
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shouldn't be a political but I've just
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what I want to know shouldn't be
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political but let me go always are you
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getting the support that you need from
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the federal government what I am hearing
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from state officials is that the
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collaboration is very positive so I
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think you know really that's that's all
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I can say about
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we want to continue to increase
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cooperation the public is relying on us
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to work together as collaboratively and
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effectively as we can
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and she's echoing the sentiment of the
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Governor of California Gavin Newsom who
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allowed Hell to freeze over briefly yeah
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we had a cut we had a private
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conversation but he said we're gonna do
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the right thing and you have my support
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all of our support logistically and
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otherwise so before he made those
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statements publicly I had a private
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conversation with him around 4:30 West
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Coast time and he said everything that I
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could have hoped for and we had a very
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long conversation and every single thing
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he said they followed through on so I'm
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I'm just not interested in and finding
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daylight on those statements because
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every single thing his administration
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and it starts at the top including the
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vice president has been consistent with
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the expectation that we repatriate these
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passengers and we do it in a way that
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does justice to the spirit that defines
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the best of our country and the state of
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California I fell over backwards from
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this fantasy of course you know
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California was the first state to
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declare an emergency they've got the
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money flowing in let's see Ohio House
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Ohio doing John Kasich Republican the
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never Trump or at least on the surface
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he's a never Trump or always at never
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Trump ER and and Don Lemon tried to rile
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him up come on I gotta get someone who
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hates the president I just got to say it
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the president came out to calm people's
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fears he didn't do a good job of it
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because they've had to come back and
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clarify it several times and if this has
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been going on tonight for them to get it
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great we need straight actually an
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ovation from this president and this
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administration and we're not getting it
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and I don't understand why you are
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tiptoeing around it he came out minutes
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left
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oh don't worry that happens very rarely
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and he doesn't get it right I'm gonna
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tell you first of all he read it and
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somebody that wrote this book I don't
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want to get into that yeah what was
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the president can I finish now no you
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can't because wait you weren't here I
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don't want you to I don't want you to go
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on and deflect and talk about something
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else because we're here to talk about
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the president's address and and you said
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that someone else wrote it he's the
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president even if something else he
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wanted it should I know he did and he
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has to be respond done he put he put
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this thing out because there was some
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confusion out there okay and what I look
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look I would I'm trying to say to you
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dawn we got to move down the road
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looking back doesn't get things fixed
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we're not looking back the president's
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address tonight
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that is the newest information tonight's
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address I think it was fine that's what
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I think two or three times you think
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that's fine look I thought he did fine
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that's what I thought I thought he had
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the right tone and he no longer played
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around with we're gonna blame Democrats
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or were forget this up I hope he's
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trying to move forward because he
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understands the seriousness of this
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situation now the fact that they
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clarified it isn't unusual in a speech
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for somebody to clarify something okay
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but I don't think that the tone he
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showed tonight takes away from some
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clarification I think he sent a serious
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tone that's what I wanted out of him for
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a long time and I think we got it John
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that's what I think I can be serious
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here until you four plus four equals 85
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Don needs a vacation man he really needs
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a rest reporter is this not a reporter
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it'sit's the view for CNN's late-night
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overnight if you want some
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politicization of it for that we need to
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go to CNN where our brand-new
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correspondent no contributor is Andrew
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yang former presidential hopeful who
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loses all credibility by doing this
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thing makes you appreciate a functional
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government like a global pandemic yes
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I've always said that yeah that's and I
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know you're right I mean none of us
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there's very few people who have seen
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what happens when a society
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you know has the potential to really
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burst at the seams yeah yeah Joe Biden's
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argument has been about sort of a return
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to moral normalcy but it's also going to
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begin to look like a return to
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competence because Trump Republicans
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have been running the government in sort
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of an anti-government frame which is not
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what you want when you're dealing with a
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health crisis and we all know when Joe
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becomes our president he's going to
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bring back many of the Obama alums who
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are really really competent and
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technocratic hunger for that in the days
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to come among many many Americans if the
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corona virus continues to grow I'm
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hungry for some technocrats I cannot
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wait now here here's what I would have
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recommended the President to stop a
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second I understand now that Biden is
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going to bring into the White House
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Obama's mom Michelle's mom so yes you'll
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be living with them exactly exactly
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now what's happening and I've and thank
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you everybody producers from around the
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world are sending reports and I've been
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reading them all night Tina the keeper
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and I looking at everything comparing
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first of all it seems like the test kits
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are really not available anywhere
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they're you know they are available of
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course but this this is not like a spit
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in the tube 23andme which I think people
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think that that's what it is odd done ID
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coronavirus but yes know what am i doing
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and these things take several days it's
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unpleasant to have it done it does have
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to be done by someone who knows how to
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swab you deep in your nose so those down
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the throat yeah it's it's not a pleasant
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experience but it's you know it's not
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like everyone else in the world has test
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kits so let's just get off of that
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Belgium
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what I love seeing is that the American
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people are not that I think they've
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dropped looking at a lot of just like
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okay whatever we're taking matters into
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our own hands and I'm seeing companies
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[Music]
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organizations all kinds of groups and
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it's kind of a similar messages all
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right we're all gonna do the best we can
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we're gonna hunker down for a couple of
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weeks to flatten the curve this is the
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term you've got to be on a lookout for
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flatten the curve of the infection
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bell curve and then we'll get through
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this okay and I did although I don't
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think it's necessary
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I encourage this let's just all okay for
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two weeks we'll do as little as we can
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you know try not to you know go to
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places where you could get or transmit
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and that's what the president should
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have said look we're Americans we know
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how to do this a couple weeks well I'll
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just do the best we can check on your
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neighbor can't get any groceries form
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we're coming together that way I really
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see that happening but the president
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didn't give any of that message I think
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people are going to start ignoring
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everything or the people's amygdalas are
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just going to explode and they're going
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to freak out and that's unavoidable and
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they're everywhere around us I don't
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know they're not ignoring anything
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around here everybody's working from
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home I had my hair cut yesterday the
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guys packed he's gonna go have an
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operation I couldn't get any well no
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cancellations no problem so I go over
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they get the haircut this area of
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Oakland Elmwood district has just always
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jam-packed parking on the street the
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parking lot itself was dead empty the
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hair salon I was the only one in there
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yeah and there's a lot of reports about
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that everybody's hunkered down it's
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hilarious that's what I'm saying that's
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what I'm saying it's like this is a good
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idea do that that's what Americans do
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we're bonding together
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don't listen all this other crap and
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we're probably going to be okay and this
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and everything else is maybe the
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recommendations stay off of social media
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because
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just people are making each other sick
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just by talking about it they've been
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doing that for years their amygdalas the
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rest of it so I did pick up a few clips
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because we're gonna talk about this I do
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have the some clips because the you what
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you're the one that actually comes up
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with this the idea that you're always
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worked about the fact that when there's
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a shooting or there's something street
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that happens yeah I know you're going to
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talk about event 201 and it's not like
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we didn't discuss it but I'm glad you
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pulled clips that's nice I have clips
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yes so since you immediately immediately
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say I are trying to say I didn't pay
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attention to it I'm pushing back I
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didn't say that oh I said you're the
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count you're the one that's always
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pointed out that there's always these
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pre events that take place before a real
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event and I and there's one that took
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place with the cove in nineteen yes
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which is called event 201 which was put
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on by John Hopkins I also got some more
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details about some of the money behind
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this and one of the guys behind it
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poisonous gates money it turns out
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really be the open philanthropy money
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he's was part of it so was the boats
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even better it's even better if it's
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Soros not Soros oh I'm sorry you said
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open philanthropy oh not open
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yes who was open philanthropy Dustin
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Moskovitz and Kerry tuna
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aye Dustin is a 2% owner of Facebook
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he's the guys that he was at Harvard and
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then he became a billionaire he's never
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done anything and then he married this
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is this kind of a Trump hater name Kerry
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tuna and she's now we're kind of imagine
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this is my fiancee Kerry tuna
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Kerry tuna and she's kept her name Kerry
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tuna I don't know why but she did she's
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on top 40 radio a bunch of different
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operations and it ends up with open
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philanthropy which has a huge endowment
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and a and their goal is unlike other
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muscat says that unlike all these other
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things where you you know you set it up
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so there's an endowment forever you know
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set it up so there's money no no we're
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setting this up to spend it all oh no in
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what time frame this is before they die
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Oh perfect they want to be both when
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they die they're gonna die broke so so
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there's no difference between these
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billionaires and us that's pretty good
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yeah well their case it's one of the two
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so the thing is actually out of the
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Center for Health security which is a
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Johns Hopkins operation and Johns
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Hopkins is kind of seems to me over the
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years has turned to a front for USAID
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and the CIA and I say that because our
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economic hitman is working right there
19:37
yes we have people on boots on the
19:40
ground but it's like it's and they have
19:43
their there's very interesting over the
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years has become a very spooky place and
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so they did this thing called event 201
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an event 201 was a was a and you can
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look it up just look up event 201 it was
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and throw out in the open era hiding
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anything it was two months or a month or
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two months or a month and a half before
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the breakout of the corona virus and it
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was a simulation of a breakout of the
20:12
corona virus crazy how that works and so
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I have about four clips and I have a
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couple of bonus clips later that talk
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about it here for example this is the
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event tool and you have to remember
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everything here it was a half day event
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and it was a simulation and it was a
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table read kind of a head of a TV show
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and it was this the scenario for what
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actually took place so let's listen to
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the intro this event 201 intro to the
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event the goal of the event 201 exercise
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is to illustrate if the potential
20:46
consequences of a pandemic the event 201
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scenario is fictional but it's based on
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public health principles epidemiologic
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modeling and assessment of past
20:57
outbreaks in other words we've created a
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pandemic that could realistically occur
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and for those interested in our
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assumptions we will have a lot of the
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background research and of the scenario
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publicly a
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available on our event 2a1 website at
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the conclusion of the exercise the
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policy discussions the challenges to be
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discussed in this exercise represent
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controversial high stakes issues that
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would require high-level input from
21:25
business and government leaders so just
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a few housekeeping notes before we get
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started for our in-person audience
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please do silence all your electronic
21:36
devices but you may tweet add hashtag
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event to Oh excellent
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you made tweet so they go on and then
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they CCC interest okay we're ready to
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rock and so they go with the they go
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with the movie they did they present
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them here's how it works
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they presented a movie about how it
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started and then they have a news of
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phony newscast from GNN and that and if
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the newscast goes on about it about it
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and then they have and then they go it's
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like they might as well ring a bell and
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go okay now it's three weeks later
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here's where we are but let's listen to
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the movie of how this whole thing got
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started and with that here in New York
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and online
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welcome to event 201 it began in
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healthy-looking pigs months perhaps
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years ago
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a new coronavirus spreads silently
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within hers gradually farmers started
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getting sick infected people got a
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respiratory illness with symptoms
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ranging from mild flu-like signs to
22:45
severe pneumonia the sickest required
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intensive care many who died at first
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the spread was limited to those with
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close contacts health care personnel
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co-workers and Families but now it's
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spreading rapidly throughout local
23:02
communities international travel has
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turned local epidemics into a pandemic
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spanning the globe just three months ago
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caps started in South America but has
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now reached several countries with more
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than 30,000 cases and nearly 2,000
23:19
deaths have we gotten any terrifying
23:24
numbers out of South America anything
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from Mexico I mean do everything nothing
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right nothing Africa still as good as
23:32
nothing likes can't get it well the
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weather seems to have an effect on it
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and it's not supposed to I thought it
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was well it'll all be over when the
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weather gets warmer no no they said to
23:47
initially and they reiterated this this
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is not weather dependent it will not
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build where was this really iterated it
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was reiterated over and over I didn't
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even bother to clip but I thought you
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knew that no I had heard quite the
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opposite actually no you've never heard
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that yes I did hear quite the young as
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you did here you're gonna you're hearing
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other stuff like for example I heard
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this the other day on the radio oh it
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turns out that they just by the way I
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don't know why you're argumentative
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because this is all fitting in the u.s.
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argumentative I'm just telling you what
24:22
I read well I heard on the radio this
24:26
little ditty which you really got to me
24:28
was oh you know it the thing is the
24:30
seasonal flu is worse because it spreads
24:32
faster this is from one of these local
24:35
experts yeah well that's not the way
24:38
we're Desilu know we were told
24:41
I don't know if you remember not but I
24:43
was remember it they were told that this
24:45
is virulent one person will give it to
24:48
three people and three people give it to
24:49
nine people and on and on and it was
24:52
gonna go like a bat out of hell in fact
24:54
this event 201 kind of projected it to
24:59
be that way to which well I was waiting
25:03
everywhere from like CBS News and Duke
25:06
University that they think that it will
25:08
affect the spread I believe this is new
25:11
I believe this is playing into your
25:15
scenario which is this whole thing is
25:16
bogus and it's gonna end in April first
25:19
oh no I'm snow April six I'm still on my
25:21
April six time row sixth yeah it was one
25:24
I said one month after the signing of
25:27
the eight point three billion dollars
25:28
after my birthday my birthday is on
25:30
April 5th for anybody wanting to help to
25:32
show out I mean they're saying that
25:38
there is a lot there lots of reports
25:41
that warmer where there will stop this
25:43
so and it doesn't matter I'm just saying
25:47
you know don't tell me I haven't read
25:49
that cuz I did well I'm saying you
25:50
didn't read it I'm saying is playing
25:52
into your scenario but I'm not I'm also
25:54
saying that it initially it never it
25:56
said that this was not weather dependent
25:59
right I could find doc you I'll find
26:01
documentation if I need to to prove that
26:03
but whatever the case is it may or may
26:05
not be weather dependent it makes
26:06
logical sense when you look at the map
26:09
except in Australia where they do have a
26:11
number of cases and then then more
26:13
recently Tom Hanks
26:14
well now let's just talk about Tom Hanks
26:17
cuz you can make the prediction right
26:19
now that by Monday will have multiple
26:24
celebraties self quarantined so they may
26:28
may not have the virus but they'll be
26:30
self quarantined and all over Instagram
26:33
this is going to be a trend hi guys hi
26:37
guys Here I am hi guys before before
26:40
Tommy Hanks was announced I was talking
26:43
at the table to do this and I said to
26:45
the kids this is the whole thing as
26:47
bogus unless some celebrities get it
26:49
with it Tom Hanks is like why did you
26:52
have to go straight to the top right
26:54
away
26:54
build it up slowly give me a Miley Cyrus
26:57
you know give me I mean maybe the
26:59
Kardashians they need that for the show
27:01
that could work very well yeah go
27:03
straight to Tom Hanks though that was I
27:05
think they day that was overdone well
27:07
then she says she mocks me it's my
27:10
daughter saying what Tom Hanks says and
27:12
I said well it doesn't count until he
27:13
dies so now I've changed my tune to it
27:17
none of this has mean anything until
27:19
some celebrities drop dead well you know
27:23
I'm changing the table here that would
27:28
have worked very well if the Pope had
27:31
died that would have been the right
27:32
celebrity that every thought I mean was
27:34
perfect that didn't happen of course I
27:37
would say we should keep an eye on Ruth
27:41
Ginsburg would be someone to watch ooh
27:44
yeah that I think we should watch out
27:47
for the only reason I brought up the
27:48
temperature or the weather change is you
27:51
know we just turn the weather machine on
27:53
you know that would be easy to get rid
27:55
of it I again April 6th the markets not
27:59
going to be back to normal the V will
28:01
have started no doubt but the money's in
28:04
it has to die down it has to die down we
28:07
cannot we cannot have a democratic
28:10
Democrat convention with this under way
28:13
you know this this it will stop and not
28:17
not that the virus not the virus will
28:19
stop the track let's go back to event
28:21
201 and what was predicted and what they
28:23
were working on to try to what was their
28:25
their game plan now this is the third
28:29
clip this is the three weeks and now
28:31
this is what they they came out with
28:34
like the bell would ring and come
28:35
somebody come now or six weeks and now
28:36
here now you have to remember what
28:39
happened to the route the real corona
28:41
the one in China and the scenario they
28:44
had predicted or they put together for
28:47
us depending on how you want to look at
28:49
it this is event 2 a1 this listen to
28:53
these numbers this is three weeks in
28:55
which would have been somewhere around
28:56
not on Oh January 20th you think well
29:00
yeah although it was already yeah
29:02
actually January 25th it was already
29:05
well
29:08
and and the way the scenario ran was it
29:11
was underreported for the first while
29:13
and then within three weeks though it's
29:16
still this is what you got
29:17
welcome back please silence your phones
29:21
we now pick up the scenario three weeks
29:23
later at the third meeting of the board
29:25
on November 29th 2019
29:28
thank you all for reconvening it short
29:30
notice we need to present to this board
29:33
a serious new issue related to the
29:35
economic fallout that is accruing over
29:38
the pandemic let's start by getting the
29:40
latest numbers and distribution from dr.
29:42
rivers the Cape's pandemic continues to
29:44
grow with more than 1 million cases and
29:46
an estimated 73,000 deaths worldwide
29:49
there these are only estimates because
29:52
many countries are having trouble
29:54
keeping up with surveillance and
29:55
laboratory testing our models are
29:58
showing that with this continued rate of
29:59
spread there may be five and a half
30:01
million cases and almost 350,000 deaths
30:04
in one month
30:05
the three-month projection is alarming
30:08
with potential for over 30 million cases
30:10
and 3 million deaths the Americas are
30:13
still the most severely affected but
30:15
there are large outbreaks occurring in
30:16
many countries across the globe
30:18
countries with limited health care
30:20
infrastructure have seen the highest
30:22
death rates so far but health care
30:24
systems in high-income countries are
30:26
also becoming overwhelmed financial
30:28
markets have tumbled with all down
30:30
significantly for the year economic
30:32
disruptions are being felt across the
30:34
globe Thank You dr. rivers so now let's
30:37
look at this recent exchange on GNN that
30:40
focused on the economic and financial
30:41
crises that are rippling around the
30:43
world
30:48
[Music]
30:51
the response to the caps pandemic is now
30:54
the most expensive international
30:56
emergency ever political leaders around
31:00
globe are faced with many impossible
31:02
dilemmas including financial we have two
31:05
guests today to discuss the bottom line
31:07
of catastrophic response so just
31:11
listening to this it kind of mirrors
31:14
what happened they had a much better
31:17
name
31:17
I think caps is great would have been
31:20
much better than Cove in nineteen but if
31:23
they did all this preparation why was
31:26
where the did this did they produce a
31:29
paper give it to anybody after they
31:31
figured all this you can go look to the
31:33
website give it to anyone in the
31:36
government like hey everybody got the
31:37
paper you should look at this the paper
31:41
I don't have it in front of me but you
31:42
can look it up it's just this but it's
31:44
lame right but they don't you don't have
31:46
it here I'll give you the gist of it we
31:49
need more globalization we need more
31:52
cooperation between governments and
31:54
corporations yeah say that again yeah
31:57
global eyes we need because this is a
31:59
global thing we got to internationalize
32:02
that we need more cooperation remember
32:03
the old cooperation between governments
32:06
and corporations yes this is the old bro
32:09
this is the opposite of what is
32:12
happening and people are now aware that
32:15
globalization is a part of the problem
32:17
and we're not stupid by the way Tom
32:20
Hanks's went askew Tom Hanks his kid
32:24
Chet then now he's a he's a rapper or
32:27
hip hopper I'm not quite sure he's
32:29
completely tatted up except for I'm sure
32:31
not his neck and face I don't think his
32:33
parents will allow that and he is he so
32:38
he does this 33 second video in fact it
32:41
cuts at this it should be 34 seconds but
32:44
he literally cut he one of his main
32:47
tattoos in the middle of his chest is
32:48
the all-seeing eye and I and I have to
32:51
say that throughout the reporting on
32:54
coronavirus the number 33 is everywhere
32:58
it's 33 cases 33 diagnosed 33 it's 30
33:02
three is all over the place then we've
33:05
always seen that as some kind of code a
33:07
message it's really prevalent right now
33:10
and here's the 33 second video from the
33:14
all-seeing eye kid what's up everyone
33:16
um yeah it's true my parents got
33:19
coronavirus crazy they're both down in
33:22
Australia right now because my dad was
33:24
shooting a movie down there but I just
33:26
got off the phone with them they both
33:29
are fine they're not even that sick
33:31
they're not worried about it they're not
33:33
tripping but they're going through the
33:34
necessary health precautions obviously
33:36
but I don't think it's anything to be
33:38
too worried about I appreciate
33:40
everyone's concern and the well wishes
33:42
but I think it's all going to be all
33:46
right but I appreciate it and just have
33:49
it cuts off 33 seconds exactly and I
33:53
actually went on it I went on a quest to
33:55
to find mainstream interviews with
33:58
people who are suffering have suffered
34:01
family members etc I almost unfindable
34:05
for on YouTube for mainstream news
34:09
organizations that interviewed people
34:11
with pretty much the same results which
34:15
is yeah you know so I mean I can play a
34:17
few but let's get back to the event 201
34:23
here's the end is the wrap the wrap so
34:28
as you can see the caps pandemic was
34:31
catastrophic and as we've said the
34:34
impact of a severe pandemic is not only
34:37
a result of the disease itself but
34:39
really the cascading economic and
34:41
societal consequences that would follow
34:43
now we don't want to give you the
34:45
impression that traditional public
34:47
health measures aren't valuable because
34:49
they absolutely are in fact in the
34:52
200-some outbreaks that w-h-o responds
34:55
to each year interventions such as
34:58
isolation of the sick social distancing
35:03
disease surveillance really do help to
35:07
interrupt the spread of disease and
35:09
control epidemics before they become
35:11
pandemics but in a savvy
35:14
fast-moving pandemic it may not be
35:16
possible to contain the spread through
35:18
these kinds of traditional measures and
35:20
as we saw in the scenario it there's a
35:23
limit to what government NGOs and global
35:26
business can do on the fly to stop a
35:29
widespread and lethal pandemic that's
35:32
why prior planning and promotion of
35:34
routine public-private cooperation in
35:36
advance of the next pandemic is really
35:38
critical well that's interesting
35:41
Governor Cuomo certainly took that to
35:45
heart we get to that I want to get just
35:50
bring a couple of little things that bug
35:52
me about this whole thing besides the
35:54
fact that looked like a playbook and it
35:57
was one of these things that took place
36:00
just before an event this was at CBS I
36:03
saw this guy over and over and over
36:05
again on the different networks and
36:07
every place else pandemic expert on CBS
36:10
play this is on Norah O'Donnell show
36:12
yeah hold on a second here we go
36:16
and we want to bring in dr. Tom
36:19
Ingoldsby he's the director of Johns
36:20
Hopkins center for health security you
36:22
might have seen dr. Inglesby on 60
36:24
minutes on Sunday so great so this is
36:25
the guy who was part of event 201 then
36:27
he was at Johns Hopkins he would have
36:30
known about it right part of it doctor
36:33
thank you so much for joining us today
36:36
the w-h-o declaring coronavirus that
36:39
pandemic and then we heard dr. Fauci of
36:41
the nih say that this is ten times
36:44
deadlier than the seasonal flu that's a
36:46
pretty serious message doctor yeah it is
36:49
a serious message both the pandemic
36:50
announcement is serious I think mostly
36:53
for countries in the world that haven't
36:55
had cases yet to kind of make sure that
36:57
they're they're clear that this epidemic
36:59
will affect them but dr. pouches and his
37:04
discussion about the seriousness of this
37:06
virus as compared to seasonal flu I
37:08
think he's absolutely right
37:10
yeah this is this this times 10 is
37:13
constant is a the the issue I have with
37:17
the numbers is of course the numbers the
37:20
denominator for seasonal flu
37:24
is the people who have died of flu or
37:27
pneumonia so you're adding a lot in
37:32
there so either it's very underreported
37:35
the number of seasonal flu deaths or
37:39
we're going to see a much lower ratio
37:43
with this pandemic was not not to bring
37:47
that issue in but it was to point out
37:49
that this guy no I gotcha Inglesby was
37:52
at not only at the event and play event
37:55
201 bonus one but what I'm actually
38:00
agreeing with you I'm saying that his
38:03
message what he just gave there is the
38:04
same one everyone's using the role of
38:06
the pandemic emergency board members
38:08
here in New York and with that let's
38:11
welcome our participants and invite them
38:13
into the room Tom Ingoldsby from Johns
38:16
Hopkins center for health security yeah
38:19
the guy is jizan all over himself he
38:22
can't believe here he still he's the
38:26
only one that knows the scenario hit
38:28
that was mentioned this here he is just
38:30
opening the whole event right here bonus
38:32
- good morning and thank you all for
38:35
being part of this pandemic emergency
38:38
board we're at the start of what's
38:41
looking like it will be a severe
38:42
pandemic and there are problems emerging
38:45
that can only be solved by global
38:47
business and governments working
38:49
together the global community has been
38:52
working to respond to this pandemic
38:54
since its recognition but it's health
38:58
and economic impacts have become more
39:00
severe the World Economic Forum has
39:03
convened this board because of your
39:05
combined expertise your backgrounds and
39:08
your global voice we will need all of
39:11
you to help us respond to urgent policy
39:14
crises that are emerging the purpose of
39:17
this board is to advise leaders and
39:20
national governments global business and
39:21
international organizations on the
39:25
response to the pandemic particularly
39:27
focused on international problems that
39:30
require collaboration between business
39:31
and government the recommendations will
39:34
be critical and will be promulgated and
39:37
communicated
39:38
at the end of this meeting global global
39:42
this guy was on 60 minutes the week
39:45
before he was on 60 minutes Australia
39:47
from what I can tell he has and if you
39:50
look him up and look at all his youtubes
39:52
he goes back years going on and on about
39:55
these pandemics that are gonna come and
39:57
he's managed to hit the home run when he
39:59
ran into Moskowitz and and and Miss tuna
40:02
and loaded up their operation with a lot
40:06
of money and in fact you look at their
40:07
sponsors it's unbelievable do get Gates
40:10
money they got everybody's money they
40:12
put this event to oh one thing on and to
40:15
make it you know and then all of a
40:17
sudden the next thing you know we have a
40:19
pandemic pretty much similar it's
40:21
similar in terms of the virus being
40:23
implemented and and we're all in a panic
40:26
that stock markets crashed the whole
40:28
world's gotten into a tizzy I don't
40:31
think it worked out anything like this
40:32
predicted or what they think how it
40:34
should go which is a global governance
40:37
and a whole you know cooperation between
40:39
this and that in fact when you listen to
40:41
the whole event to oh one thing there
40:43
was none of them did anything that's
40:45
happening right now with this event is
40:48
nothing like what they predicted they
40:50
didn't expect toilet paper shortages
40:53
people buying water so first of all this
40:58
kind of this is why I never clipped it
41:01
and while I wasn't that interested
41:02
although I'm very I like that this guy
41:05
is the expert that everyone's bringing
41:08
on that I didn't expect the it's like
41:11
people saying we're going into a bear
41:14
market eventually you're right and then
41:16
you're gonna you're gonna be on TV every
41:19
single day so they were right about the
41:21
pandemic which I think anyone could have
41:23
said will have some kind of pandemic we
41:25
have him every every election year so
41:27
it's not that hard to predict they had
41:30
it to the event was two months before
41:31
this one took place it was six months
41:33
before we would have been saying the
41:34
same thing like wow if it was a year
41:36
before I mean to me I don't think you're
41:40
suggesting that this was a complete that
41:42
coronavirus is a hoax
41:46
no the coronavirus exists it's killing
41:51
people but it's not beyond the
41:53
government so especially right if you
41:56
lived in the Bay Area where they used to
41:57
gas people just occasionally with all
42:00
kinds of different chemicals to see how
42:01
they'd react I mean it's as though the
42:03
medical establishments got a few dr.
42:05
mangle is in it I don't I wouldn't be
42:08
surprised if this was just a run a an
42:12
actual run as opposed to a dry run of a
42:15
real pandemic I'm not seeing evidence of
42:17
it that is that's a real pandemic well a
42:21
pimp fight they're dead in Italy I mean
42:23
what's our latest report from Willow
42:25
well if you list the Scott Adams who's
42:27
that all panicked about this by the way
42:29
most recently he's talking about the
42:31
dead being piled up no bullshit
42:35
I'm in constant contact with my sister
42:37
Willow who lives in feed ends near
42:40
Florence and in fact she gave me kind of
42:43
a blow-by-blow as the Prime Minister the
42:46
Prime Minister President came on their
42:48
president came on television last night
42:50
and said okay here's what we're doing
42:52
it's not a total shit you never hear
42:53
total shutdown in Italy no it's not a
42:56
total shutdown if you're driving around
42:58
it could be going to work it's okay if
43:01
you can stay at home please stay at home
43:04
they are closing restaurants which is
43:07
that's a problem that I think they
43:09
already were supposed to close after six
43:12
o'clock if you are going out then you
43:16
have to have a self declaration form
43:18
which you can print off right off the
43:20
internet fill it out now of course
43:23
there's that people are jittery so weird
43:25
stuff happens but otherwise there's
43:28
inconvenience of the grocery store where
43:30
you only they only let a few people in
43:33
at a time but there's no mention even in
43:37
it now there's a lot of conspiracy
43:38
theories in Italy and there's and
43:42
there's a number of them which I some of
43:44
them I actually kind of like the big one
43:46
for the Italians is this was this is a
43:50
bio weapon deployed by China because
43:53
they want to buy up the country and it's
43:56
happening already Italy has been selling
43:58
out to China in fact another conspiracy
44:00
theory claims that because Italy was the
44:05
first one the first country in the EU to
44:08
open up their their hearts their minds
44:12
and their wallets to the belt and road
44:14
initiative as we've discussed many times
44:16
that this was a punishment so this so
44:20
first we punished China for just for
44:24
being Chinese and then any collaborators
44:27
including the Italians where we give
44:29
them a dose of their own medicine the
44:31
the one I also like is the 5g conspiracy
44:35
theory that 5g is being tested they
44:38
turned up the power to see how people
44:41
would respond in Wuhan and of course at
44:44
a certain point there's too much RF
44:46
radiation and people start to get sick
44:47
there is there's reams of internet
44:50
material on this how you can get sick
44:53
from radio frequency the overpowered
44:57
radio frequency near your body and you
45:01
know just for good measure they tested
45:03
it out in Italy as well where they're
45:04
deploying 5g so there's a lot of these
45:06
types of theories but it's not she says
45:09
the same thing says people are panicking
45:12
the toilet paper I've looked into this
45:16
and and if if you people listening not
45:20
you John but if you went out and got
45:22
toilet paper if you were seriously
45:25
thinking about it your amygdala is
45:28
inflamed at at best and probably
45:31
enlarged to a degree this is a control
45:34
mechanism this is pretty good articles
45:36
about the psychology of it of course if
45:38
you're really going to be shut in you're
45:40
not gonna use the toilet paper is not
45:42
handy because you need food things to
45:45
drink and you know other important
45:47
things that you could think of but no
45:49
toilet paper is because people are very
45:51
confused feel out of control they see
45:55
people doing stuff and this is all from
45:59
in a large amygdala perspective just as
46:01
if someone in front of you is walking
46:03
through the woods and they jump because
46:05
they think you they saw a snake you'll
46:07
probably jump to and the toilet paper
46:09
rolls are
46:11
because it's big and it gives you a very
46:14
good feeling when you can take big
46:16
control of something like okay I'm in
46:19
control yeah I've got big thing taking
46:21
that back it's it's complete panic
46:25
that is set in when people do these
46:27
things but again no dead bodies it this
46:32
is the same thing we heard from China
46:34
that they were incinerating bodies and
46:36
it showed up on on satellite pictures
46:40
yes that's how bad it is
46:42
now I'm not believing it every single
46:45
video this is just where you have event
46:47
201 I have a huge problem with the
46:50
complete lack of mainstream interviews
46:53
with any victims you could just go look
46:56
for it and and you know we interview
47:00
lotto winners will do anything to get a
47:03
human interest story anything tears
47:08
report from New Zealand incapacitated
47:10
needing help to breathe and surrounded
47:12
by doctors in hazmat suits is perhaps
47:15
the go-to image of those infected with
47:17
coronavirus not so for Rebecca Fraser
47:20
who has conferred 19 as it's now known
47:23
curiously she looks just fine she's
47:26
relation in a Tokyo hospital after
47:28
testing positive for the virus while on
47:31
board the Diamond Princess cruise ship
47:33
that's now docked in Yokohama and in
47:36
lockdown for 14 days her husband's still
47:39
stuck on board Rebecca says she's
47:41
shocked she has tested positive for the
47:43
deadly virus given how fit and well she
47:46
feels just can't believe it can't
47:48
believe this happening to you I you know
47:52
not one to freak out though it's not
47:54
like I broke down in tears or anything
47:56
like that or screaming and yelling I
47:57
just took it for what it was and you
48:01
know come to the hospital and yeah well
48:03
did you feel unwell do you feel unwell I
48:06
know I never really felt unwell I had a
48:10
little bit of a cough and when they told
48:13
me and when I got here I had a bit of a
48:16
fever but all of that has normalized and
48:19
I have no symptoms and I think this is
48:21
part of the problem is they just can't
48:23
get a horrible story out of anybody
48:26
Crestview Florida and tonight in
48:28
Okaloosa County woman who tested
48:29
positive for corona virus while on the
48:31
Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan is
48:34
back home Janette red Baldo spent
48:37
several weeks quarantined at the
48:38
hospital in Japan and was eventually
48:40
cleared by the CDC
48:42
Rivaldo talked exclusively with channel
48:45
three's renee Beninati and renee how is
48:47
she doing tonight
48:48
April tonight where Baldo is back home
48:51
and crest for you and healthy she tells
48:53
me she was quarantined in Asia for close
48:55
to a month after catching the corona
48:58
virus I cried when I thought it it
49:02
really brought a lot of emotion
49:05
Jeannette Rivaldo showing us the Get
49:07
Well notes that now filled her home I
49:10
hadn't felt bad I never worried about my
49:12
safety or my health but all these people
49:15
were sending so much love
49:17
Rivaldo was one of close to 4,000 people
49:20
aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship
49:22
and then the top hit on YouTube or you
49:24
know google video does the same NBC News
49:27
the only one I could find from NBC
49:30
what's weird about the symptoms and
49:32
seems to be true for almost everybody is
49:35
I went days without going I have the
49:38
virus and all of a sudden just clicking
49:40
my fingers I jumped from normal
49:42
temperature to 100 in this rain I
49:44
developed a small dry cough but unlike
49:48
colds or other other foods that have had
49:51
there was no stopping mist of the nose
49:53
no nose drip no sneezing no body aches
49:57
no chills
49:58
so that was the weird part of this my
50:02
worst symptom was the fever and that had
50:04
for only about eight hours and then like
50:07
every fever after that I was drained
50:09
dealing with Marchak
50:11
I definitely dehydrated there are no
50:14
antibiotics for this so they were
50:16
pumping me up with a ton of Gatorade
50:18
I've been through every color of the
50:20
rainbow of Gatorade to
50:23
myself hydrated and other than having
50:26
the drink cause that's don't persist
50:28
it's getting better now
50:32
virus so I'm just fine geez JC has what
50:38
I think is a corona virus out and the
50:42
description that woman has pretty much
50:44
the same description exactly your son JC
50:46
has it you say you think he yeah yeah
50:48
well he could be the flu - it could be
50:51
something but hey whatever is exactly
50:52
what she said it was it's the same thing
50:54
you're not debilitated and you get this
50:57
stupid coffee which is annoying and but
51:00
the thing is they will not give him a
51:03
test exactly this is the same thing in
51:05
Rotterdam is it possible that they won't
51:07
give the test because they don't want to
51:09
see the real numbers no I know what I
51:13
understand well it's a easier to deal
51:16
with if you don't have to deal with real
51:18
numbers it might be that it's more
51:19
common than we think it might not even
51:21
be new if you really go out there and
51:23
start testing so I don't know the answer
51:28
to that but I know that around the world
51:31
I'm getting the same report someone says
51:33
hey I think I have a corona virus I have
51:36
symptoms they call their doctor they go
51:39
to the hospital and they are turned away
51:40
and say okay self quarantine we need to
51:44
use tests for people who are have weak
51:48
immune systems or are elderly
51:51
etc we have no time for you so to me it
51:55
sounds like yeah there's tests it's not
51:58
any again it's not an easy test it's not
51:59
spitting a test tube the real virus is
52:03
of the mind and it's propagating through
52:05
mainstream media and online we're all
52:08
we're not even talking about people with
52:10
just numbers here's a chart here are
52:12
some numbers
52:12
I got another chart over here look at
52:14
this ooh but this happened and oh this
52:16
is more it's more dangerous than that
52:18
this is all a bunch here let me give you
52:20
some real numbers deadly diseases
52:24
there's a nice chart that I've put in
52:27
the in the show notes
52:30
so this is what is the denominator here
52:37
disease deaths per day worldwide number
52:40
one disease death worldwide as of the
52:45
according to the winter Lancet 9th of
52:48
March okay a guess
52:54
heart disease tuberculosis both
52:58
tuberculosis is number one three
53:00
thousand fourteen deaths per day number
53:02
two hepatitis B number three by the way
53:07
if anything should be quarantined it's
53:09
somebody wouldn't tuberculosis yeah
53:12
pneumonia twenty-two hundred a day
53:15
hiv/aids this is much higher than I
53:18
expected 2,100 a day
53:20
malaria mm she GLE osis
53:26
what is shigellosis never heard of this
53:31
well I don't want it cuz it kills 1600
53:34
people a day rotavirus 1200 seasonal flu
53:37
one thousand people a day norovirus 548
53:42
whooping cough 440 Typho typhoid 396
53:46
cholera 392 meningitis 329 measles 247
53:51
rabies 162 yellow fever 82 and there it
53:54
is clocking in at 56 a day kovat 19 so
53:59
we don't understand scale as human
54:01
beings but we're being we're being
54:07
abused
54:08
we're being abused by the system by
54:11
people with tons of agendas I mean oh my
54:15
god I mean that they're pushing through
54:17
another bill today probably by the time
54:19
we hear this I'll have had a chance to
54:21
read it money it's money oh there's also
54:23
more going on this was on the floor the
54:28
other day because of course the Patriot
54:31
Act still has to be renewed you didn't
54:33
see any of that going on except I have
54:36
this little clip madam Speaker I have an
54:38
amendment at the desk to correct the
54:39
name of the bill amendment to HR 61 72
54:44
offered by mr. buck of Colorado and then
54:46
the title so as to read a bill to be
54:49
known as the federal initiative to spy
54:51
on Americans if I said at least we still
54:56
have some humor here and there so
55:02
actually here is now Pelosi in that this
55:05
is also political Trump asked for
55:09
something very big he said let's have a
55:12
payroll tax holiday for the rest of the
55:15
year which conservatively is about a
55:17
million up trillion dollars less in the
55:20
coffers of the United States Treasury
55:23
this has been rejected flat out by the
55:26
Democrats by apparently some Republicans
55:29
as well
55:30
I personally although I've I would love
55:35
to try modern monetary theory at this
55:37
point I wouldn't mind giving that a shot
55:38
who gives a shit
55:39
what do we got to lose we have to do it
55:42
one one way or the other we have to try
55:45
one of these huge liquidity injections
55:48
although obviously I'm against the
55:50
Federal Reserve and and the way it's
55:52
been set up but we could give it a shot
55:54
Pelosi is having none of that House
55:56
Democrats are actually they finished up
55:58
a meeting in this room right behind me
56:00
talking about this and other issues as
56:02
well but what Democrats are trying to do
56:04
is get out in front of this issue
56:05
ensuring that their priorities are
56:07
included in any sort of relief or aid
56:10
bill and those are to ensure that people
56:13
who aren't receiving any income because
56:15
of coronavirus get some relief and also
56:17
people who are food insecure because of
56:20
it also get some relief and so what
56:22
that's translating to in a draft bill in
56:25
the House of Representatives includes
56:26
sixth place leave for people who either
56:30
have to be quarantined because of
56:32
coroner virus or who actually have the
56:35
virus other things is an extension of
56:37
unemployment insurance and an extension
56:40
of food stamps and aid for kids who get
56:45
free and reduced lunches at school but
56:47
can't go to school because their schools
56:49
are closed but what's not included in
56:51
this Aemon is the president's biggest
56:53
priority and that's a payroll tax cut
56:56
that has fallen flat on Capitol Hill
56:58
among Democrats even some Republicans
57:00
are saying that if people are not
57:02
working then a payroll tax cut does no
57:05
good so what also is not included in the
57:09
House bill at this point is anything
57:11
else that the president is wanting but
57:14
we do know that speaker Pelosi and
57:16
secretary monition spoke just moments
57:18
ago and that Pelosi wants a vote on this
57:21
bill tomorrow before they leave town for
57:23
a week amen so this is another litttle
57:25
that's where I played the whole thing
57:27
out so tomorrow would be today before
57:29
they leave for a week
57:31
oh they should not leave they should be
57:33
right in their seats in DC working very
57:36
hard on this crisis I think it would be
57:38
very bad optics for them to leave
57:40
then again Pelosi could continue to
57:43
propagate her message this is what she's
57:45
saying in every interview this is
57:48
Armageddon
57:49
my new version doesn't know about
57:54
civilization as we know it is at stake
57:57
this is Armageddon to which we say now
58:01
here we have ham radio guys ham radio is
58:04
the public service network of last
58:07
resort when the apocalypse comes we're
58:11
the guys who are gonna save the world
58:12
right exactly gonna play corniche clips
58:17
play starting a podcast hold on I was
58:20
well before I look for that here's my
58:23
ISO recommendation this is Armageddon I
58:27
thought that might be useful I'm
58:29
starting a podcast this has truly been a
58:32
dream of mine for years and I'm finally
58:34
going for it just some Rando pretty much
58:39
but I showed that for the end of show oh
58:42
you're gonna die so okay what I'm sorry
58:45
I got it I'm starting a podcast I don't
58:47
know man this is Armageddon
58:49
I think that's bad dude let me have a
58:51
downer I so at the end this is good
58:53
because then we can laugh at it but
58:57
their Armageddon what yeah yeah why you
58:59
you've been on this down or kick for
59:01
ending the show I didn't understand if
59:02
you keep stopping me because it's huh-uh
59:05
it's not as funny as I'm starting a
59:07
podcast that's pretty old
59:09
it's a dream come true by the way for
59:11
this woman her whole life has been
59:14
leading up to this I guess if you listen
59:17
to her yeah yeah I'm so happy for her
59:19
well while we're talking about these
59:21
horrible things that there's one little
59:23
test that's come up I don't even know
59:25
that they know it's a test of their of
59:26
the whole thing the whole kovat
59:30
nightmare mm-hmm it's and it has to do
59:33
with the NBA they should for what first
59:35
of all they dish suspended the NBA is
59:37
because Rudy Gobert got covered and they
59:41
did a calculation on ESPN showing that
59:43
he with covet probably played maybe six
59:47
or seven games oh really
59:50
and he's a he's our starter and he so he
59:53
would be bumping in bumping and
59:54
breathing and bumping and sweating on at
59:57
least I don't know about 60 70 players
1:00:00
now they should all get Cove
1:00:03
if it's as virulent even if it's even
1:00:05
mildly virulent and we'll see if that
1:00:08
happens but in fact here's the
1:00:10
announcement as it came in on the on the
1:00:13
get got everybody worked
1:00:16
this is NBA suspends in eighteen second
1:00:19
clip just came in right live on the Newt
1:00:21
they had to stop the newest faded and we
1:00:24
are monitoring breaking news tonight the
1:00:26
NBA just announcing a player has tested
1:00:29
positive for the corona virus shortly
1:00:31
before a game between the Utah Jazz and
1:00:33
Oklahoma City Thunder the NBA now
1:00:36
announcing they are suspending the
1:00:38
season Nora
1:00:40
and that is huge news huge huge now
1:00:45
here's a funny pair of clips I want to
1:00:47
play just to show you that no matter how
1:00:49
rich you are you can still be kind of
1:00:52
you can be rich and powerful but where
1:00:57
your your places in society may you may
1:00:59
not understand it completely and this
1:01:03
was this is I got two clips this is
1:01:05
about LeBron James LeBron James it was
1:01:09
told that they may be playing games and
1:01:11
there would have been one tonight but
1:01:12
they suspended the season they may be
1:01:14
playing games the NBA LeBron James is
1:01:17
worth nearly a billion dollars mm-hmm
1:01:19
they will be playing games in with no
1:01:22
audience right so here's Ron says this
1:01:27
is LeBron won't play please clip one we
1:01:30
play games without the fans know it's
1:01:32
impossible on Friday night after his
1:01:35
Lakers pinned the Bucks LeBron James let
1:01:37
it be known that if the league schedules
1:01:40
games with no fans in NBA arenas that he
1:01:43
would not play watch up to arena they
1:01:46
know fans in their game plan so they can
1:01:49
do what they want to do
1:01:52
no fan there was no you know he can say
1:01:57
whatever he wants I guess they can do it
1:01:58
there well what happens the next day
1:02:02
this is LeBron well play part two
1:02:06
but as coronavirus concerns mount
1:02:08
leagues are bracing for the
1:02:10
unprecedented possibility that the games
1:02:12
may go on while the fans stay home and
1:02:15
James has now softened his stance they
1:02:19
feel like it's best for the safety of
1:02:22
the players they feel the franchise safe
1:02:23
did the league to a mandate that then we
1:02:27
all we all this to someone came down on
1:02:32
James I guess there's a king above James
1:02:37
after all huh probably green with a
1:02:41
George Washington on it I'm sure that
1:02:44
has something to do with it
1:02:45
the dutch Prime Minister went on
1:02:47
television Margareta seen as a dweeb in
1:02:50
general and did this whole thing about
1:02:54
we're not gonna shake hands with the
1:02:57
Dutch will no longer shit of course the
1:02:59
Dutch actually don't shake hands they
1:03:01
like to do three kisses but okay we're
1:03:04
not gonna shake hands and so he goes
1:03:06
through this rigmarole or we can we
1:03:08
could touch the elbows we could touch
1:03:09
our knees we could do all this fun stuff
1:03:11
and well I'll claim is stupid home
1:03:15
descriptive so at this I'll translate on
1:03:17
the fly at this moment we are stopping
1:03:18
with the shaking hands resume you can do
1:03:22
feet kissing which apparently is a thing
1:03:24
and the books total you can bump elbows
1:03:27
your guilt if she was hold all I've seen
1:03:29
all kinds of great variations at schools
1:03:32
very creative people not for that Thomas
1:03:36
crude but we stopped today with shaking
1:03:38
hands
1:03:38
he then the show ends he stands up turns
1:03:42
to the guide to the left of him on the
1:03:44
panel and shakes his hand
1:03:47
sorry oh
1:03:51
are you saying no stop stop I will do
1:03:53
that over will do that over we can't do
1:04:00
that this is the kind of leadership they
1:04:03
have in Europe well shaking hands has
1:04:07
always been somewhat weird to me and
1:04:10
it's arcane because it your stems back
1:04:12
from the days where you have a sword and
1:04:14
you're you should put your hand out so
1:04:16
the guy pulled a gun or something I mean
1:04:18
it was just it so you have a grip on
1:04:20
somebody in case something bad happens
1:04:21
it doesn't really make a lot of sense I
1:04:24
mean the bowing is you know I'm
1:04:27
surprised we don't try to adopt that
1:04:28
nobody's brought that up for some reason
1:04:30
when's the last time somebody's got the
1:04:32
fish just bumping and the elbow bumping
1:04:35
and the arms crushing and all the rest
1:04:37
of it but what about the bow II when we
1:04:39
just start bowing like the Dacians do
1:04:45
[Laughter]
1:04:49
bowing for a reason probably because of
1:04:51
the coronavirus the old one
1:04:54
Korona 1510 the only thing we have to
1:04:57
fear is fear itself
1:04:59
a plane had to be diverted to dia after
1:05:01
several passengers became unruly because
1:05:04
they were concerned that another
1:05:05
passenger had the coronavirus the fight
1:05:08
took off from Eagle Colorado our mob
1:05:10
news reporter matt kroschel spoke to one
1:05:12
of the people that were was on that
1:05:13
flight who watch this entire thing
1:05:15
unfold Matt you know Karen the concerns
1:05:18
over coronavirus have hit the high
1:05:20
country with two confirmed cases in
1:05:21
Eagle County one here in Summit County
1:05:23
so the people on board this flight on
1:05:25
Sunday noticed another passenger was
1:05:28
coughing and sneezing they contacted the
1:05:30
crew on board and demanded that that
1:05:33
passenger was removed from the plane but
1:05:36
that's not exactly what ended up
1:05:37
happening they were trying to get the
1:05:41
whole plane join but sounded like a riot
1:05:43
United is telling us that the three
1:05:46
passengers that were removed from the
1:05:48
flight they're still under investigation
1:05:49
right now to see if there will be any
1:05:51
charges as for that passenger that was
1:05:53
coughing and sneezing well they're
1:05:56
telling us it was just allergies they
1:05:57
did check for fever and that passenger
1:06:00
was allowed to continue on to newer
1:06:03
people keep your wits about you this is
1:06:05
don't go insane over this stuff and this
1:06:08
is the problem we've had we were so
1:06:10
primed for this O'Brien we're so ready
1:06:14
media and entertainment has gotten us to
1:06:16
this moment and the beautiful machine
1:06:19
that is social networks and the
1:06:22
mainstream media the cable news networks
1:06:24
it's it's a perfect storm and then the
1:06:27
sad thing for me is you've got all these
1:06:30
kids and I've spoken about the Robin
1:06:33
Hood app before I think it's always been
1:06:35
a scam they've their front running on
1:06:37
these kids which means you know you put
1:06:40
in an order for let's say Apple Apple
1:06:43
stock and then they'll go and buy it and
1:06:45
sell it back see who had higher price
1:06:47
then it's it's I mean it's legal but
1:06:50
it's a total scam all these kids got
1:06:52
their weed and their skateboard money in
1:06:54
this app and then of course we have the
1:06:56
market gyrating like crazy and not once
1:06:59
not twice but three times in a row
1:07:00
robbing new traders stuck on the
1:07:02
sidelines yet again the trading startups
1:07:04
two days of outages last week during
1:07:07
another historic market day today again
1:07:09
you see tons of red on the signs here at
1:07:11
the Stock Exchange and another thousand
1:07:13
point dropped for the Dow the start up
1:07:16
meanwhile once again saying it's seen
1:07:18
both major major outages on equities
1:07:20
options and crypto trading this morning
1:07:23
prominent says it's now been partially
1:07:25
restored its last update says degraded
1:07:28
performance but clients still on Twitter
1:07:29
complaining that they can't execute
1:07:31
trades the founders now saying that the
1:07:34
two days of adages last week was due to
1:07:36
higher the normal trading volume that
1:07:38
stressed their systems we also saw some
1:07:40
downtime at fidelity TD and Charles
1:07:42
Schwab last week due to that same
1:07:44
trading volume issue Robinhood customers
1:07:46
though taking to social media to vent
1:07:48
some outrage about missing those trading
1:07:50
days last week a lot of those are
1:07:51
Millennials and were first-time traders
1:07:53
most of them threatened to pull funds of
1:07:57
those we saw on Twitter late last week
1:07:58
we also saw a class-action lawsuit filed
1:08:00
against the start-up for negligence due
1:08:03
to that outage yeah good get rid of
1:08:04
those guys well you know kids are
1:08:07
probably probably did the kids a favor
1:08:10
and taught him a very valuable lesson a
1:08:14
lesson also kept amaizing the more
1:08:16
okay no they were stuck in positions
1:08:19
they couldn't get out of oh well they
1:08:26
let you short on margin there's all
1:08:28
kinds of crap they let these kids do is
1:08:30
very bad not good but there is a silver
1:08:33
lining not just for these kids but also
1:08:36
a potential exit strategy for you and
1:08:39
myself Andrew I almost did not believe
1:08:42
this when I heard it I know me either
1:08:44
Jesse scientists in London are looking
1:08:46
for twenty four volunteers to actually
1:08:48
be injected with the corona virus to try
1:08:51
and help them develop a vaccine each
1:08:54
volunteer will be paid over four
1:08:55
thousand dollars to be given a weaker
1:08:57
strain of the virus which will see them
1:08:59
develop similar respiratory symptoms in
1:09:02
addition the UK a promising to fund over
1:09:04
sixty million dollars towards battling
1:09:06
coronavirus tell you there's money in
1:09:09
that four grand a lot of takers money
1:09:19
you know this is my nurse is not the
1:09:21
real deal this is like a miners I did
1:09:23
it's attenuated it's a that would be
1:09:28
good let's see yeah
1:09:31
I thought the it's worth listening to
1:09:34
this New York hand sanitizer
1:09:38
presentation just because it was so
1:09:40
weird before you go on with that I do
1:09:43
have a suggestion as a really great gag
1:09:45
okay so you buy one of these bottles of
1:09:49
hand sanitizer yes you dump it out and
1:09:54
clean it out thoroughly and make sure
1:09:58
it's just completely clean so you can
1:09:59
actually drink from it you put it fill
1:10:03
it with the water and put one drop of
1:10:05
blue food coloring then you go to
1:10:09
McDonald's and you take this hand
1:10:10
sanitizer and make sure you're in public
1:10:13
and then you're you spray your hands
1:10:14
before you eat the hamburger then spray
1:10:16
the burger and then open the burger and
1:10:19
spray the burger and then open your
1:10:21
mouth and sprint a couple of shots in
1:10:22
your mouth and start eating the burger
1:10:24
you will get attention
1:10:28
and I can't be too careful I think you
1:10:37
have to say that I think that that's
1:10:39
part of the gag is you have to say I
1:10:41
can't be too careful but I think you
1:10:44
should do it just have a little handy
1:10:45
spray bottle and just do it in a
1:10:47
restaurant do all over the place
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anywhere you go
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absolutely so New York State you know
1:10:55
there's been a shortage of Purell and
1:10:58
other hand sanitizers for a while now
1:11:01
for a couple of weeks even though it's
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no more effective than washing your
1:11:07
hands with soap and water but okay it's
1:11:09
handy and people like it makes you feel
1:11:10
good you get you can sniff it
1:11:12
but for some reason New York decided
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we're gonna make our own so they did and
1:11:17
this was the launch of the product
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edited down for your convenience open
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the curtain please we are introduced
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this is the governor of New York this
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isn't this is not some carnival barker
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this his governor has gone off the rails
1:11:30
the governor of New York open the
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curtain please we are introducing New
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York State clean hand sanitizer made
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conveniently by the state of New York
1:11:45
this is a superior product to products
1:11:49
now on the market the World Health
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Organization CDC all those people
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suggest 60% alcohol content Purell
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competitor 2 New York State clean 70%
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alcohol this is 75% alcohol it also has
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a comes in a variety of sizes it has a
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very nice floral bouquets little eye
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detective lilac hydrangea tulips when I
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like you
1:12:27
tulips yes floral bouquet making it in
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the state of New York
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cor I'm glad he's so panicked about
1:12:34
coronavirus craft Act
1:12:36
is making it for the state core craft
1:12:40
makes glass cleaner floor cleaners the
1:12:43
greasers laundry detergent vehicle
1:12:46
fluids hand cleaner and who does this
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company employ to make these products
1:12:51
have you any idea mr. mr. dvorak no I'd
1:12:54
never heard of this company
1:12:56
prisoners state prisoners prisoners make
1:13:00
this shit for them and now they make
1:13:02
hand sanitizer the current capacity is
1:13:08
100 thousand gallons per week and we're
1:13:12
going to be ramping up we'll be
1:13:15
providing this to governmental agencies
1:13:17
schools the MTA prisons etc that is now
1:13:23
in production will start distributions
1:13:26
we're going to distribute it to Newark
1:13:27
they should have come up with a better
1:13:29
name again the naming I mean a prison
1:13:32
naming is not as easy as it looked how
1:13:34
about prison hooch hand wash or
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something yes it works
1:13:40
my favorite marketing gimmick that's
1:13:43
ever I don't even know how they pulled
1:13:44
this off what is in your neck of the
1:13:46
woods is apparently there was a rumor
1:13:48
going around that
1:13:49
Tito's yes Tito's vodka it was the great
1:13:54
disinfectant yes inside and out
1:13:57
well yes and it turns out it just
1:14:00
doesn't have enough alcohol in it it has
1:14:02
to be like 150 proof tea dosa I don't
1:14:04
think it's like 120 maybe no no Tito's
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is normal it's no higher than honor I
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think it's like normal 80 another fun
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report is the inhaling of vaporized
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propylene glycol yeah which can't be
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healthy well that's what vaping is is
1:14:23
propylene glycol that's what is in vape
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juice propylene glycol really yeah it's
1:14:30
yes and apparently that kills the it it
1:14:35
protects the host it's hey work didn't
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it it it's not all Dave juice actually
1:14:44
but the ones I use and apparently that
1:14:47
does that scientifically is proven to
1:14:50
stop the flu influenza or to slow it
1:14:54
down we don't know about the corona
1:14:56
virus but why take chances wouldn't that
1:15:01
be just funny if you could survive
1:15:04
corona virus by vaping yeah it would be
1:15:09
very funny it would just be the perfect
1:15:11
perfect ending for all of this well
1:15:14
there was just a few were just a couple
1:15:16
more Clips just to get this up subject
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out of the way might as well play we
1:15:23
already talked about this the synagogue
1:15:25
being cordoned off I don't need to play
1:15:26
that clip but we do have you know just
1:15:29
so everyone shows that they're involved
1:15:31
we do have CBS again they have
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apparently they've shuttered the New
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York office because they have some some
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Coronas in there and tonight we here at
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CBS News also find ourselves in the
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york-based employees how much they
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seeing as we have been self quarantined
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to that could that bring the whole show
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WCBS whatever was in Manhattan yeah to
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be cleaned because the place is
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apparently a crap hole and needed
1:17:43
cleaning yeah I will say this the big
1:17:47
upside to all this is the cleaning
1:17:49
they're cleaning the rail cars now
1:17:52
they're cleaning their airline seats the
1:17:54
cushions at the airport they're cleaning
1:17:56
the seats I mean they're cleaning
1:17:59
finally you know it wouldn't be a bad
1:18:01
idea to have a national time like every
1:18:06
day all right at 10 a.m. we're all gonna
1:18:08
clean wherever we are yeah
1:18:11
just it and then get some of that blue
1:18:12
stuff you were talking about this brain
1:18:15
in your mouth yeah yeah exactly
1:18:20
there's this upside to it so bottom line
1:18:23
for people who are looking for some
1:18:25
guidance from us yeah it's just as risky
1:18:29
as as anything that can get into islands
1:18:31
and I say from my experience and
1:18:35
everybody else is including Jay who went
1:18:37
up to Washington by herself and drove
1:18:39
for a long while she had to test her
1:18:42
driving skills so she took a three-hour
1:18:43
drive now is the time to do stuff yeah
1:18:48
now is definitely the time to deal is
1:18:50
there's parking there's it's true
1:18:53
there's no crowds except the Costco
1:18:56
still crowded for some reason mall the
1:18:58
mall in Austin is still crowded that
1:19:00
hasn't slowed I went to the things that
1:19:02
are still crowded for some unknown
1:19:03
reason but the other things aren't and
1:19:06
there's a lot more parking and Caeser
1:19:08
driving the traffic is lower because
1:19:10
especially in the Bay Area where Silicon
1:19:12
Valley everyone you work from
1:19:13
home cuz they can all work from home
1:19:15
there's no per half these jobs are
1:19:16
bullcrap jobs there's no reason to be in
1:19:18
the office except so somebody could do a
1:19:20
headcount so they're all working from
1:19:23
home so the traffic is clear you can get
1:19:25
to the city and back pretty easily it's
1:19:27
like dynamite yeah and and be airline
1:19:31
tickets well be on the lookout though
1:19:33
for the stuff that gets shoved in here
1:19:35
and there that's that's the main thing
1:19:38
we're selecting we're gonna see you're
1:19:40
gonna see all kinds of rules there will
1:19:42
be checkpoints testing scanning people
1:19:47
will get used to this which is sad just
1:19:53
we'll see we'll see if they they push
1:19:55
this spying on American citizens act if
1:19:58
they if they know that's been going on
1:20:01
Portia that's a well but it's now is the
1:20:03
time to pass stuff because people are
1:20:05
not looking they do that anyway no
1:20:09
matter what they're getting stuff
1:20:10
through they pass a you know build a
1:20:14
limit farting in Congress and it's got
1:20:16
all kinds of stuff in it I've not read
1:20:20
this bill yet yeah the farting bill
1:20:22
that's it's but that guy from that that
1:20:24
Joker from Colorado hurry was should
1:20:27
make him a hero of the show you know
1:20:30
tried to pass the spine clip again I
1:20:36
want to hear it again okay madam Speaker
1:20:39
I have an amendment at the desk
1:20:40
to correct the name of the bill
1:20:43
amendment to HR 61 72 offered by mr.
1:20:46
buck of Colorado amend the title so as
1:20:49
to read a bill to be known as the
1:20:51
federal initiative to spy on Americans
1:20:53
FISA Act mr. buck of Colorado he's our
1:20:59
guy but you know what he he it was a
1:21:01
good thing
1:21:02
and what he did gets attention that's
1:21:04
the clip that's the clip they're not and
1:21:05
of course you won't see it on any
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mainstream but that's the clip that gets
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people to the to the top US yeah well
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we're we're some people we count we do
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jobs karma did he ask for that yeah
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right there at the end he says I also
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it's pretty that's a good name for there
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yeah in the morning Adam and John with
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ESP ICT you've got karma die Annie
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anonymous in Houston Texas three three
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three three
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Oh she sent a short note said a check in
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a spirit of Lent and making reparations
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one of my priorities has to be to catch
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up on my value for value which alas
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seriously in arrears being a hopeless no
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agenda junkie there is no excuse for
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falling so far behind and then sponging
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off your other listeners I would do
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better after this keep up the good work
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and blessings from Diana Diana thank you
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any any sure al Patterson in Auburn
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California very nice area by the way
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this is a foothills of the Sierra
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Nevadas 300 $12.20
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this donation of three twelve 20 is on
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behalf of my husband Ben Van Kirk quick
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hmm whose birthday is on March 12th 220
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he was a dude named Ben for many years
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then decided to pursue his passion of
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his passion project uncharted XCOM
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full-time hmm son showed x-com okay he
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produces long format documentaries on
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topics such as the younger dry at impact
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what driest what younger dryas the
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impact I have no idea I've no idea maybe
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that's a meteor or something
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evidence for precision engineering you
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know in ancient Egypt in South America
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and the improbable timelines of the
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ancient Egyptians
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I love all reducers man we got something
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more the History Channel anytime
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Uncharted X focuses on questioning
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mainstream archaeology and bringing in
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the facts
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Ben is the epitome of a one-man show he
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records his own on location footage rice
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gets him out of the house I suppose I'm
1:35:57
in Egypt writes all the scripts does all
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the video editing narration and
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marketing himself and leverages the
1:36:04
value for value model to keep it on the
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float so happy birthday Ben can I please
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get the following jingles I guess we'll
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credit him with the attention yes we
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shall we shall
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yeah his head is gone look at all that
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juice and bite nanana or Obama no no no
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plus of course Karma for the ongoing
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success for Uncharted X Cheers
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all right so this will be four so we put
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in bin I guess just to make sure of Ben
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flan carrot cake okay and it's not his
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head is gone but and her head is gone
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can you see that juice
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you ask we play sir JB night at the DMV
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two three four five six and his note
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says do not use my real name that's
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right all caps
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thank you sir JP we got it we got it
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thank you for your courage onward to
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Michael Robinson in Salem Oregon to to
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5.75 and he wrote a letter with
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Starfleet Command logo scribbled on in
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crayon as if it was a real thing it's a
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forgery but okay there's no cake you get
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it read anyway this note comes to you in
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14 point font to help John as implanted
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lenses thank you for your amygdala
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shrinking twice weekly Thursday laughs
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and insights that help keep you sane
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your recent analysis of the ruined flu
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has been particularly insightful at work
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today we drained 33 milliliters of fluid
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from a patient's groin and I knew it was
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time to donate fluid yeah well luckily
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no my to - I have 575 is for donations
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in one one lucky 3333 donation a small
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Boo Boo's 9009 and an ever popular 69
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the for donations I meet I mean I
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achieved knighting on my 33rd donation
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see attach the county I'd like to be
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crowned serf Furi Furi freed I don't
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think I'd be sent this in no I don't
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think so either
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my that was my mistake no I've been
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sending him in recently I forgot to do
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this one I guess I didn't read the note
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I'd like okay Rhett you yeah he'd like
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to be known as sir furry furry freedom
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fighter of the Oregon Green Zone okay
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and if it's not sold out I'd like to
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have corned beef and cabbage added to
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the round table Oh a a sparse request
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but okay yes that was a good whenever we
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always have corned beef and kibosh you
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got it
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my smoking-hot wife Michele graduates
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from dental hygiene school
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hold on John do you have the direct
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number for the table service I do I'll
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give it to you Scott okay my smoking hot
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wife Michele graduates from dental
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hygiene school in a week and we'll be
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taking board exams and asking for jobs
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jobs gonna get her some dimension
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straddling Trump Pelosi jobs karma also
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my sisters Andrea and Juran are in
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Ireland for two weeks can I get them
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some corona karma so they can get back
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safely yeah by the way Ireland is still
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on the fly you can still fly at Ireland
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so if they're in Ireland you had no
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problem can I get them some corona karma
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so they get back safely after jingles
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I'd like okay I'm sorry I didn't give
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you this earlier give you the whole load
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but give you the whole load look at that
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juice which you've already had queued up
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mm-hmm
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and by the way look at that juice after
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a head get shot is really a good one and
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I taste like poop
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well like it tastes like poop is bugs
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bugs bugs yes I love bugs jingle but I
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can cue it up I guess yeah that's what
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you think I think wait I'd like to call
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on my buddy Dane as a douche bag I hit
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him in the mouth years ago his
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smoking-hot wife has donated but I don't
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think he ever has thanks again Michael
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okay first we will do the requested
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Corona Karma you've got
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jobs jobs jobs the fly yeah I'm the fly
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on the floor yeah that's why this is why
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I don't like your moaning and groaning
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so much because I think you can do these
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all on the fly I'm not moaning and
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groaning no I'm just sometimes you do
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anonymous $200 a 69 cents anonymous
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I need relationship Karma if this works
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I will be donating more can't threaten
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karma karma that's our this work shall
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be don't anymore not not if not I'll be
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sad okay I love to show my husband but
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okay do we have is at the end of that
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one yes name Nancy's necks of New Jersey
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she's in Mays Landing and she Kimber's
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nice $200 my husband and I are about to
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leave on a trip so of course we need
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some travel Karma also helps karma so we
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don't get Corona thanks to my husband
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that Stu you guys for keeping us company
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on the trip and for keeping a sane
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much-loved Dame Nancy thank you Andy
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Nancy and happy to oblige a all-in-one
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combo for travel and health you've got
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karma
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and last on the list is Brian Ellis who
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has a note he said she's had a card a
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very nice card Hale romulus and remus
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first time Hale first time donating but
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please no D douching been listening
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since the pipeline's episode and for a
1:43:04
first episode the show's structure was a
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little confusing however it was like
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Plato's allegory of the cave
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you two are important men of our time
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worthy of the same category as Plato's
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as Plato Hobbes Locke and Rousseau all
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men I was taught about in high school oh
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really well they don't teach that
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anymore No thank you must be of the
1:43:30
older generation thank you for all the
1:43:32
info sentiment and humor you provide on
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a bi-weekly basis thank you for being a
1:43:38
positive role model for me as well oh
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gee oh here we go
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jingles like it already is earlier but
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no I'm not gonna gross Adams Italian
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nice saying shut up slave two to the
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head and dr. Kiki shut up already
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he continues right I will keep reading
1:44:03
while you do those up some relationship
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Karma as well he's also had some
1:44:07
relationship karma being my smoking hot
1:44:09
girlfriend is in Russia and I'm in
1:44:13
Nebraska so thank you for your courage
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loving light thank you for the card yes
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and I have everything here and what's
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just a regular karma relationship
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relationship oh we can we'll do that
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once as well that we can we can do this
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all
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don't take the scalpel up already
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you've got karma shut up already it's
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science that includes our group of
1:44:53
executive producers an associate
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executive producers for show 1224 1224
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can you believe 1224 episodes of which
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you are now an executive producer or
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alternatively an associate executive
1:45:07
producer I would say you should be very
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proud of these credits they are real
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Derrick's
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they're recognized anywhere that the
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credits are accepted so you can put them
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in your curriculum you can put them on
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your LinkedIn it does help get jobs we
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know that fan TV it's what's the OM DB
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if you have an IMDB put it right there
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in fact you can't you start an IMDB if
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you haven't a producer credit yes in
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fact the guy we spoke about earlier
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Inglesby yeah this is put one up for
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himself for a 60 Minutes performance oh
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now I did think about that for a second
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really you're interviewed and you're on
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IMDB we should give him an executive
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producer ship just for the hell of it
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you know we should know we will be doing
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this again on Sunday if we make it you
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never know but I think we'll be here to
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bring you more of your in info saimin to
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keep those amygdalas at a nice and big
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delay I should say it Anais and in a
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healthy size and to help us please go to
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Borah dot org slash
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virus our formula is this we go out for
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hit people in the mouth
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I'm starting a podcast
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I have one more candidate for ISO oh and
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this is I'm not a pundit okay I'm not a
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punter now tubed up it's Joe Biden
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miking a bad miking yeah
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and it actually footballs at the end I'm
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not a punter hmm yeah
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oh I have good news because of the Joe
1:47:08
Rogan appearance appearance the Joe
1:47:10
Rogan experience appearance appearance
1:47:12
is even better I got a call from super
1:47:15
agent Matthew lusher in Los Angeles yeah
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this is my agent he's been my agent for
1:47:21
25 years has gotten it he finally called
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you back no he called me out of the blue
1:47:25
I did not reach out to him at all he has
1:47:28
got me zero gigs in 25 years but he is
1:47:31
officially my agent you can look him up
1:47:33
in the agent directory and we had a
1:47:37
little chat and he said how you doing I
1:47:39
said you gotta check out animated No
1:47:41
Agenda and he was playing it on the
1:47:44
phone before we even hung up I said okay
1:47:46
call you back in a few days and and as
1:47:47
he was parting he said ha it's great
1:47:50
they're short and I don't know what that
1:47:52
means but usually if the super agent is
1:47:56
positive good things come of it it's
1:48:00
probably something in the ether in the
1:48:03
milieu in that crowd that says it's a
1:48:06
short G letter
1:48:07
yeah now there's something going on
1:48:09
something well I think we're on our way
1:48:15
speaking of which this kind of dovetails
1:48:18
two topics we've talked about how people
1:48:22
when they're anonymous online become
1:48:24
such incredible douchebags
1:48:28
and we'll say stuff to you that they
1:48:30
would never say to your face and this
1:48:31
goes back to my first online experiences
1:48:33
with Usenet and Eric writes in and says
1:48:37
hey so I saw you on Joe Rogan and have a
1:48:40
funny story as one of the first
1:48:41
celebrity types online I sent you an
1:48:43
email 25 years ago
1:48:46
making fun of your hair and you wrote
1:48:48
back saying fuck off asshole well 25
1:48:51
years later I'm sorry what a douchey
1:48:54
asshole I was all of this amazing
1:48:56
technology and I immediately troll Adam
1:48:58
curry anyway your appearance on Joe
1:49:02
Rogan is inspired me to take my online
1:49:03
security more seriously by by Google
1:49:05
sorry man thanks for being a dick isn't
1:49:08
it it's like that's like a Casey Kasem
1:49:09
long-distance dedication almost isn't
1:49:11
that beautiful that was fabulous I
1:49:14
thought I thought that was just
1:49:16
beautiful I think you should have gone
1:49:17
on the Rogen show shaved head I'll do
1:49:21
that next time great idea
1:49:22
yeah great idea because we didn't get
1:49:24
enough attention right 1.7 million views
1:49:26
on the video by the way there are skull
1:49:29
caps you can wear you can fake it and
1:49:31
this gag has worked since the 30s oh
1:49:34
yeah
1:49:35
always works I'd like to direct your
1:49:38
attention to the European Union for a
1:49:40
moment that two things first just going
1:49:44
back to the cum flew the reason well let
1:49:48
me give you the the events as I see them
1:49:50
there has been an ongoing argument
1:49:52
between the it would probably be a
1:49:57
Department of Homeland Security and the
1:49:59
airlines to get information on where
1:50:03
people are coming from when they fly
1:50:05
from Europe to the United States so this
1:50:07
is the genesis of this this flight ban
1:50:09
and the airlines and this has been going
1:50:12
on for a couple weeks they're like we
1:50:14
can't do this we cannot track where
1:50:17
someone comes from if they're doing a
1:50:20
multi leg flight and of course we know
1:50:22
why they can't track it they can't track
1:50:24
their customers because they can't
1:50:27
really hook into the mainframe it's two
1:50:29
separate separate systems and we'd been
1:50:31
been through this many times the the
1:50:34
system the airline booking systems are
1:50:36
pretty much all COBOL big mainframe
1:50:39
systems that's why your name is still
1:50:41
all uppercase they can't even do mixed
1:50:43
case so they couldn't figure it out and
1:50:46
that's what I think Trump said screw it
1:50:49
we'll just block everybody for a month
1:50:53
that's just one of the many problems
1:50:55
going on in Europe the the complete
1:50:58
control for the European
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Union Post brexit is in full effect
1:51:03
countries are now being asked to
1:51:05
consider read to do to put clauses into
1:51:11
their constitutions the Netherlands some
1:51:14
politicians have already said this is
1:51:15
easy we should do this we should amend
1:51:18
our what they call the con their their
1:51:20
version of the Constitution to reflect
1:51:23
this and that is once you're in the EU
1:51:26
you can no longer ever ever ever ever
1:51:30
leave and of course they'd like new
1:51:33
states who come into the Union to
1:51:35
already have that in there in their
1:51:38
constitution here's our our friend
1:51:40
GeForce dot he's the guy when it comes
1:51:43
to the crazy stuff at the EU explaining
1:51:45
exactly what he wants so in my opinion
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yes yes yes in your opinion what is it
1:51:52
so in my opinion yes grexit is also a
1:51:56
failure of the Union it's also our
1:51:59
failure we have to recognize that in
1:52:02
this debate and yes there is a lesson to
1:52:05
learn from it and this lesson dear
1:52:07
colleagues is not to undo the Union as
1:52:10
some are arguing here now this lesson is
1:52:13
and that we have to learn from brexit is
1:52:16
too deeply reform the Union to make it a
1:52:19
real union in the community that is
1:52:23
Union without obtains opt-outs rebates
1:52:28
exceptions and above all without
1:52:31
unanimity roots and feet arise only then
1:52:35
we can act and only then we will defend
1:52:38
our interest and only then we defend our
1:52:40
values it is this lack of effectiveness
1:52:44
that is the problem that we have seen
1:52:46
embrace
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there you go where's the seat hyah
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isn't that nuts
1:53:15
Sieg Heil I'm telling you no no Bates no
1:53:20
getting out this is a foregone
1:53:24
conclusion that we're gonna do this I
1:53:26
said only think it's the only solution
1:53:28
because every time somebody gets worked
1:53:30
while they're in the union this what
1:53:31
happen the United States it was United
1:53:33
States a bunch of states you know and
1:53:35
then a small a sudden group of them
1:53:37
decided now you know we don't like where
1:53:39
things are going started a civil war you
1:53:42
have to what he said is what you have to
1:53:44
do i it sounds like you know the re you
1:53:47
know it sounds like the new German
1:53:50
Empire is what it amounts to
1:53:51
yeah but still it's either that or
1:53:54
you're not gonna hold this together
1:53:55
otherwise you're gonna feel like hungry
1:53:57
going their own way you know and they
1:53:59
they're in the EU but they still do
1:54:01
their own thing which you can't do that
1:54:02
you gotta bei the rules from Brussels
1:54:04
polls in the Netherlands show 71% would
1:54:08
like an exit yeah I'm sure they would
1:54:12
know you got this dis turncoat this guy
1:54:15
your buddy
1:54:17
what's his name I don't know these guys
1:54:20
always been a thorn in the side of
1:54:21
everybody he used to bitch it that Faraj
1:54:23
yeah this is not my buddy sure it's not
1:54:27
I thought you knew him no I know France
1:54:31
Kaymer Monty Ramones but this was
1:54:33
gift-giver HOF strata Oh team amounts is
1:54:37
the guy who wants 250 billion for the
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