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September 3rd, 2020 • 3h 4m

1274: Thugs on a plane

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you'll be scarred for life adam curry
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john c devorah it's thursday september
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3rd 2020 this is your award-winning
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giveaway nation media assassination
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episode 1274.
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this is no agenda celebrating
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56 revolutions and broadcasting live
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from opportunity zone 33 here in the
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frontier of austin texas capital of the
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drone star
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states in the morning everybody i'm adam
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curry and from northern silicon valley
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where we're smoking the good stuff
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furs oak pine i'm john cena
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they got me excited there for a second i
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thought oh
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john's finally becoming a colleague he's
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smoking the good stuff
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yeah yeah redwoods too so what does that
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mean you
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you just smoking that outside there but
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this place is smoked up are you guys on
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fire still
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you know that's kind of dropped out of
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the news well it's because it's not as
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crazy
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it's under control okay what's what's
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the containment uh
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percentage yeah 80 the big three fires
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up here is 80 80 and about 50. oh okay
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well that went pretty quick
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yeah yeah we're good on those fires like
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a big win
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if there's a windstorm this would have
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been bad yeah oh yeah
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yeah especially with the with that
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temperature and then oh yeah we have
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those dangers here too you get a perfect
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day
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with a little bit of wind one spark can
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set it off
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speaking of sparks uh i had a full-on
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12-hour joe rogan experience yesterday
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you were on the show for 12 hours no
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no maybe i should go back to tuesday i
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got my first
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uh coven test oh
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which one to go on the rogan show yeah
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mr rogan
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provided that so i went to this turns
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out his studio is not far from where i
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live
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you walk there not quite uh so went to
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the studio
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uh met everybody there you know they're
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still putting the studio together it was
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after the covid test no no i went this
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is on tuesday i went there to get the
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covet test
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so joe's there and his you know some of
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his guys and they're just
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the studio is still being wired and you
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know it's a lot of stuff going on
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and he has two doctors there and i get
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two tests
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i get the pcr swab in your nose test
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which is
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you know not the one that goes into your
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cheek
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which joe said he's had that eight times
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he says that's really
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really shit it's not a fun uh not a fun
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test
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and and i even was talking to the
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doctors is this one of these pcr where
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they spin it up
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37 to 40 times and it has a high
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likelihood of giving a
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false positive they say yeah that's the
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one so they put that into a fedex send
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it off
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and then i get the antibody test which
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is a
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uh finger prick and that
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came back and that it indicates it right
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there on the
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on the little test strip within 15 or 20
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minutes
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whether you currently are fighting so
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you you're infected
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it'll detect that if you have antibodies
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or if you've had it
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and nothing showed up so i haven't had
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it don't have it and i'm good to go
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and what i don't understand actually is
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why these
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these tests are not being widely
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distributed i mean it's annoying
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availability availability right but it's
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just a piece of plastic
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with a thing in it i mean it's nothing
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it's a strip and a little plastic block
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you know where you put your bleeding
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finger in and then it's like a pregnancy
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test
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well instead of the rhetorical question
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did you ask the doctor specifically that
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question
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yes he said what did he say he said i
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don't know
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wow very useful thanks doc i'm sorry he
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had the mask on he said oh no
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the doctors had the mask on which was
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even funnier
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um and so uh saw the new studio which i
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think joe has
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put out a picture it's really cool it's
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uh it's like a
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futuristic opium den inside of a private
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jet
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it's very very you know it says brick
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wall
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yeah the brick wall is gone it's very
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it's very modern kind of oriental
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shades in it he has adjustable lights
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and it's and i saw what was happening
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you know jamie's his
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his uh guy does basically does
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everything else
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for the for the show uh technically and
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and you know whatever that has to be
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done and
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you and i have moved some studios we've
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been around so we know what it's like
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when you
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when your operation is going somewhere
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you're upgrading
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and a couple of things happen one is the
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engineers will be like oh cool
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there's some money we got to get a
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couple of new boxes all right
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so you guys spend money immediately we
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got some boxes
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oh a new box and some cool ass boxes i
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have to say
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and then you know one of the so i think
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they use black magic video but they also
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use
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um or used or used for certain i think
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for skype calls they use
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what's that tricaster remember those
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guys the tricaster
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new tech i think what they're called
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stuff yeah
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so those guys decide everybody uses that
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gear
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well they decided to well as joe is you
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know your big time now we're going to
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send you the really big box so this is
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huge
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flight case with 12 fans in it
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that they can't get to work so i was
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like okay i'll see you tomorrow
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so 12 30 i show up and i see
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jamie and matt who built the studio i
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see him walking around they're sweating
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it's fucking oh no it's fucked it's and
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they've got ground loops
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did they have the old one to fall back
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on no because we had all the new boxes
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remember we were so happy and we'll just
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set it up
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it's such a common mistake such a common
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mistake
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you know the table had uh you know it's
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all slick with pop-up
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uh headphone jacks and cough buttons but
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there's wiring for that that may have
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been crossed you know
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i'm the perfect guest to be the first
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guy in the new studio because to bring
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this student
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right exactly so i'm i'm there i'm on my
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knees i'm
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troubleshooting i'm doing test one two
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one two try you know so for whatever
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reason the microphones weren't going
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through the process and then they got
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that fixed
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then the headphones it just sounded like
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tin i mean this is
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all right it's really nice that's how it
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sounded
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so so after two and a half hours of
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dicking around
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two and a half hours and we decide okay
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we can record video and audio um
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we just you do it without headphones
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which is actually quite
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interesting to just talk as two guys
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without the
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you know without the realization without
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your own voice booming back at you i
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guess
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and um based on
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partially a conversation i think you and
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i had um
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it was decided it was a good idea to not
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be the guy from california who comes
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into texas
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and starts his show and the first thing
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he does is flaunts our laws by smoking
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big joints on the
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in his studio
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yeah i thought you know you know we're
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very cool here but maybe just hold off a
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little bit before any of that uh
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you know before people be cool with that
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you know and we talk about guns and
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stuff you don't really want that mixture
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connected so that's okay but joe has a
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process
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that i i'm now more aware of
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he is i think he's a bigger pothead than
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i am and he before he gets into these
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hour-long hours of conversation he likes
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to prepare
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so yes yeah i don't want to
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jump to the end yeah i don't want you to
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stop talking about i i'm so curious
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about what was the total length of the
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show
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four hours he did a show i was looking
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at his shows
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i thought you might break the record
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before is you know we it was a long one
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we had to go to dinner the four was very
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long with these cameras rolling
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during dinner no
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no we were pretty tired by them um so
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joe likes to you know i'm like hey man
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listen we should definitely smoke before
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before we start i mean that's
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that'll get us going now joe has been
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moving so he hasn't smoked
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anything in a week he breaks out this
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blunt
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and then joe is like he's he takes off
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he's lit
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and he's like oh
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so we had to wait like half an hour just
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so so everything could kind of
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get into the right space and then we
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start
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and i mean joe was like an add
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nut job in the first 45 minutes i'd
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start a story he'd be like
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all right adam curry but what about this
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i'm like oh and and i'm barbecued
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so i'm trying to like just stay you know
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i'm trying to remember what i want to
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talk about i want to say hey man your
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listeners are so great they're quality
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people they
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we see them over at our place and so i
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was getting bits and pieces out and then
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he just
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shifted something and then within five
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minutes of the beginning of the show oh
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vaccines i'm like holy crap
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we're gonna sit here like two baked
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morons and talk about vaccines within
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the first half hour of this episode
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so i was very very focused
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very concentrated trying to get him
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towards other stuff
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and either this is a fantastic episode
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where you just can't wait to see what's
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coming out of our miles next
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or is quite possible one of those
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episodes where people go
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what are they talking about these two
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guys
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these two guys what uh but you know when
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you bring something up with joe like the
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federal reserve and he said yeah
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i heard about jekyll island and so i
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said okay well let me tell you about
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jekyll island the federal reserve when
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it was created
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and then within three minutes okay adam
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curry but and he just goes off in some
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other direction so
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after about an hour and a half we're in
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we're in sync and we're talking about
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stuff
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you know sorry did you say something i
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was counting
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counting cars in the zephyr ah what do
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we have
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eight eight car slow moving regular any
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bonus full speed
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okay i have to add to that i have two
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more pieces for our zephyr economic
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outlook
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from sir joe cool design in addition to
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related news of massive imports coming
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i work in large format commercial
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vehicle graphics up in ontario
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scandinavia
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and one of the larger trucking companies
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in our area is buying everybody in sight
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and has had a couple hundred new
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tractors coming online
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we are striping lettering and wrapping
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the fuel tanks on two to three new kw
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t680s a week the company is con
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trans and one more piece
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working in the auto manufacturing sector
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from other produce i can tell you most
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of the large injection molding machines
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and assembly line equipment are made in
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europe maybe they're expecting a lot of
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inbound manufacturing hardware
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also we get a lot of bits and parts and
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pieces from other companies around the
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world to create the parts
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we make that ultimately go into a
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finished uh automobile
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so something is going on imports coming
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people are getting ready stuff is
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happening and an agent
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is about to break loose oh
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fuck me god damn it now what ah well
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the recorder stopped so that whole
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opening i missed so somebody had
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hopefully recorded that send it to me
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because we're going to
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keep going from here let me just hold on
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a second john
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let me just confirm we got to someone
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has a backup
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i don't want to have to do that again
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nick the rat comes to the rescue
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somebody does hold on does anybody have
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a
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uh a backup just let me know right now
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so we can continue or we have to start
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over
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dare no good dare knows got it we're
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cool okay we can course he does of
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course he does
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fucking there's more she does 20 20
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people who've got it but there no thank
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you man just up until there if you can
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spin it off and send it to me it'd be
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great
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love you mean it love you man yeah
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so we actually had to take two two
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bathroom breaks during the show
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um and well four hours
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like it's long yeah it was long um but
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we got a lot in there
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we really did so it's either the worst
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show or the best show
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yeah i mean what i i or it could be just
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another show
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this joe rogan has another show
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as long as you got your plugs in there i
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got let me see i got the no agent
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he was mentioning no agenda by name so
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that was nice so got no agenda in there
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i got the podcasting 2.0
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which was kind of fun because i'm like
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well it's great that you go into spotify
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but we have a huge vacuum out here joe
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rogan
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so we have to have more joe rogans don't
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take any offense while you're over there
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and so that was kind of fun to do on the
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spotify show
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i hope they'll uh they won't have a
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problem with it did you bring up the
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fact that they they've quashed a number
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of his shows they're supposed to carry
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them all but they
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took a bunch out yeah so i can tell you
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first of all it's not my
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my business to tell anybody what's going
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on with his deal but no i know i'm just
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trying to cause trouble i was hoping
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no you're you're causing trouble but uh
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this is
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it's not that it's not that spotify
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there's they had certain agreements
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about certain things and joe has certain
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things he wants
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uh kept uh for
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a separate uh entity that's about all i
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can say so it's
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i'll put it this way i'm premium no no
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no no
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no none of actually no not at all not at
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all it's just
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he has multiple parts to his deal so uh
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it's not that spotify
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is like oh it's a big problem i don't i
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didn't see that
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but why why personally i heard about
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this
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i said who cares that was my point too
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it's like and and honestly it's great
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that joe has now moved to another app
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which you can move your finger
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up and you can open that app and get it
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all i'm concerned about is to make sure
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we can we can create more uh joe rogans
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on the other side on different apps
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that's all
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so yeah i don't care about that at all
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and i find it
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i can under he's going to run into
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problems he will run into problems i
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guarantee you because that's the nature
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of the beast and i think i even sit on
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the show
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on his show you'll run into problems
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because you will
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and then you deal with it when you get
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to it that's the nature of
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of a big deal you know personally i
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think they should let him do whatever
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the hell he wants he already
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added four billion dollars to their
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market cap who they should
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shut up yeah well but but a lot of
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people will get bent out of shape and
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you know i understand
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i understand where people are coming
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from but i i
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i don't think it's a problem and i don't
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really care
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uh and in fact if if he does have
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problems well sadly that's only better
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for us
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now on this side we know we don't have
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any restrictions the only restrictions
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we have are what people will
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will accept well we actually if they
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don't accept what we say we have a
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different problem
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yeah they start giving us uh support and
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the next thing you know we're uh
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we're out of here so we um we wrap up
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the show and joe says oh we got to go to
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dinner there's a
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comedian buddy of his was in town forget
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the name guy's name
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and nia nia
15:37
and he's currently at the dave did you
15:39
know that dave chappelle is doing
15:41
basically a comedy club i think every
15:43
weekend in ohio
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outdoors well he's it lives in ohio yeah
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i know he does i know
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but he's got a lot he's got you know
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david letterman john stewart um
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bill burr you know all of these kind of
15:59
the whole la comedian scene they're all
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out there every weekend doing shows
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it's sold out for i don't know the next
16:05
three months
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but they're actually doing shows yeah i
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didn't know it i didn't know anything
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about it
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um and then you go to dinner with joe
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rogan that's kind of rolling
16:16
rolling with the rogan you know
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he's oh here i'll drive should we drive
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in his car
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and we go downtown to the three forks
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restaurant which is a good restaurant
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on lavaca and uh just you and joe yeah
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and uh
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and the comedian guy i forgot the same
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king
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um and uh so there's joe's guys are
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standing
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in the parking spot right in front right
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front of the restaurant
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all right here's joe all right he just
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has a he just kind of docks his
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docks his boat there everything's all
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taken care of the private room in the
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back is set up the
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the whole restaurant is on its knees
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hello hello hello hello
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uh he does roll that's for sure
16:59
so a bit of royalty in uh in the joe
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posse
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so when i got home and it was 11
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the keeper was already asleep so you're
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actually the first person i was able to
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tell anything about it what happened
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i know how sad is that oh those guys
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those guys
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those guys indeed i i did bum
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bump up against something before we get
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into any rona stuff or anything like
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that
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which actually tried out on joe because
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he started
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oh my god he started
17:32
uh about masks and lockdowns
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and i'm like oh man i got to get this
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guy off of this because i really didn't
17:39
want to
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be talk oh shoot what's going on with my
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mouse i really didn't want to be talking
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you know that kind of stuff with him it
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just seems like
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we know what i mean yeah it's
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dumb yeah it's just like what are we
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going to debate about that i really
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didn't see anything so
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i just learned about the fed
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uh fed now which i think i mistakenly
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called fednet on his show but fed now
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and i just wanted to lay this out on you
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because no way did it come out properly
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on his show
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but on august 6th the federal reserve
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launched a a new payment system in the
18:19
united states
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it was launched without a lot of fanfare
18:23
and i think this is connected to that
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quantum financial system and the quantum
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financial initiative that
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i told you about that people all jacked
18:31
about and there was some blockchain
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thing and the off-world servers and all
18:35
that
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which would replace swift if you recall
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go on
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um so i start looking at this
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uh this new fed now
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which is now operational and
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and some of the things that we're seeing
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in congress right now with the
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negotiation for the next bailout package
18:57
and some post office business
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and i have a theory that i want to share
19:02
that i think that
19:03
may something may be coming and it's
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we'll start with
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federal reserve board governor brainerd
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and she announced just recently on one
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of their fine zoom calls
19:15
the launch of this fed now network
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and the reason for it because it wasn't
19:21
intended until
19:22
2021 possibly 22 or 23 the reason for
19:26
doing it now
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why we need it desperately is because we
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saw that
19:31
during the coronavirus it was not so
19:34
great when people had to wait for their
19:36
cash to come through the retail payment
19:38
infrastructure touches
19:40
every american that's why one year ago
19:42
the federal reserve committed to build
19:45
its first major new payment system
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in four decades although no one
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anticipated at that time
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the challenges our nation would soon
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face the kobit 19 pandemic has
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heightened the urgency and importance
19:59
of delivering a resilient instant
20:02
payment system that is accessible to all
20:04
americans
20:05
the pandemic is taking a tremendous toll
20:07
on communities across america
20:09
especially households and small
20:11
businesses with the least
20:14
liquid resources to weather the storm
20:16
emergency relief
20:18
payments authorized in the cares act
20:20
provided
20:21
a vital lifeline for many households
20:25
after sharply reducing their spending
20:27
early
20:28
in the crisis many households increased
20:31
their spending
20:32
starting on the day they received the
20:34
emergency relief payments
20:36
and continuing for the following 10 days
20:38
the urgency with which the emergency
20:41
payments were spent
20:42
underscores the importance of immediate
20:44
access to funds
20:46
for many households and businesses that
20:48
face
20:49
cash flow constraints the cares act
20:52
payments were disbursed to households
20:54
using direct deposit
20:55
prepaid debit cards and checks which can
20:58
take several days between the time the
21:01
funds are sent and the
21:02
times recipients to access those funds
21:05
so that's the justification for
21:08
accelerating this because when the next
21:10
package comes we need to be able to get
21:13
it to you quickly
21:15
and we should probably have this anyway
21:16
because it's going to benefit
21:18
everybody by contrast instant payments
21:21
could have helped reduce the strain for
21:23
those who needed the funds
21:24
quickly in order to meet financial
21:26
obligations
21:28
the same is true for other payments
21:30
intended to provide
21:31
immediate assistance for example after
21:34
natural disasters
21:36
in good times as well as bad instant
21:38
payments will enable millions of
21:40
american households and businesses to
21:42
get
21:42
instant access to funds rather than
21:45
waiting
21:45
days for checks to clear immediate
21:48
availability of funds could be
21:49
especially important for households on
21:51
fixed incomes
21:52
or living paycheck to paycheck when
21:55
waiting days for the funds to be
21:57
available to pay a bill
21:58
can mean overdraft fees or late fees
22:00
that can compound
22:02
or reliance on costly sources of credit
22:05
for small businesses the ability to
22:07
receive customer payments instantly
22:09
could help manage cash flows when
22:11
working capital is tied up in materials
22:13
or inventory
22:14
for the one in 10 americans who
22:16
regularly work in the gig economy
22:18
getting immediate access to
22:20
the payments for their work could help
22:22
address their cash flow constraints when
22:24
money's tight
22:25
okay so they're clearly targeting all
22:28
slaves
22:28
but what's interesting is this bypasses
22:31
the whole banking process
22:33
it goes straight from the federal
22:35
reserve into your digital wallet
22:38
and what's no good well it gets worse
22:41
and and as a reminder
22:43
what is the one thing we actually lost
22:45
during this rona shut down
22:47
crisis we lost cash we lost coins we
22:50
lost cash
22:50
it was dirty thank you who for showing
22:53
us all those videos of the shanghai bank
22:56
uh cleaning their money for the
22:58
dangerous coronavirus
23:00
and we all went yeah you know what fuck
23:02
it it's just
23:03
it's money could be dirty there's lots
23:05
of dirt on it i don't know let me let me
23:07
use my phone against my face to tell
23:08
people not to use cash
23:10
so that's gone and we don't care and
23:12
we're done we're done with it
23:14
we're done with cash it's over so now
23:16
there are two things happening this
23:18
ongoing negotiation
23:20
about the uh the next stimulus
23:24
i am now considering that and mnuchin is
23:27
in
23:28
this is mnuchin is being grilled on uh
23:30
uh uh
23:31
in congress about what's going on what i
23:33
think
23:35
they are trying to make sure they have
23:36
this digital dollar
23:38
this uh through the fed now network
23:41
they want to have that ready to roll out
23:44
the next stimulus
23:46
and there's another uh bill which is the
23:50
banking for all act which is in uh it's
23:53
going through the houses now it may be a
23:54
part of what some of these
23:56
meetings and committees are doing
23:59
especially what
24:00
maxine waters is on the financial
24:01
committee so i guess you can get
24:02
anything by that goat
24:05
um the post office
24:09
will be the place that if you do not
24:11
have a computer or a phone
24:13
that you will go to get your
24:16
digital wallet but every other every
24:19
person
24:20
in the united states and i guess
24:21
business based on either social security
24:24
number
24:25
or uh teaching your speakers down just a
24:27
little bit i can't quite
24:28
filter it out uh your social security
24:31
number or your tax id number
24:34
you will have a digital wallet assigned
24:36
to you
24:37
and if you are unbanked you will go to
24:39
the post office with you know your
24:40
social security number and
24:42
proof of identification or where you
24:44
live and they will give you a debit
24:46
card which in fact will be this direct
24:48
connection to the fed
24:51
this becomes very interesting when you
24:53
look at
24:54
the federal reserve and their job of
24:58
keeping inflation in check keeping it
25:01
within what is our target the two
25:02
percent
25:03
uh by controlling the money supply and
25:06
the and the interest rates
25:08
uh actually actually here is uh this is
25:12
a lynette zhang she's a traitor
25:14
um and she talks about this august 6
25:18
launch and what the f what the benefit
25:20
is to the federal reserve
25:22
if they can put money in and of course
25:25
digitally take money out uh thereby
25:29
working on the uh manipulating the
25:31
interest rate and
25:32
uh and what we call the economy
25:35
um well you have have a listen to that
25:37
what has happened
25:39
actually on august 6 is the fed
25:43
now account has been formally
25:46
announced and they're beginning to
25:49
implement it
25:50
through every commercial bank so again
25:52
chase wells fargo bank of america
25:55
cetera as well as every non-member
25:58
state bank credit unions
26:02
and the post office there is a bill that
26:05
is currently going
26:07
through the house it's the banking for
26:11
all act and this enables
26:15
central bank money to replace
26:18
traditional accounts where you and i
26:20
might make that deposit
26:22
but the central banks will actually be
26:24
able to make direct deposits
26:27
to the individuals and be in absolute
26:30
control of their policy
26:34
right now when they make a policy it
26:36
takes like 18 months
26:38
to go through the whole system driven by
26:40
the banks creating money
26:42
but it takes 18 months until they know
26:45
if their policy
26:46
worked or not with these new
26:49
accounts where the money in these
26:52
accounts are
26:53
central bank legal tender
26:57
then they have absolute control
27:02
over the value of the money in those
27:04
accounts so with dollars the current
27:07
system they can't go
27:08
really past point zero zero they have
27:11
two digits that they can go
27:13
with the electronic money it's unlimited
27:17
and this is where it gets real heady for
27:19
me what is she talking about when she
27:21
says they can't go past
27:23
zero okay yeah i think i understand this
27:26
so with the dollar uh in a bank account
27:29
you'll see
27:30
zero dollars and zero zero cents that's
27:32
the value of your money
27:34
just at baseline oh they're not going to
27:36
go to one
27:37
100th of a penny they're going to go
27:39
much further with the digital dollar
27:41
they can do
27:41
16 decimals and they can devalue your
27:44
money by controlling
27:46
the interest rates but it would only be
27:48
16 decimals away so it goes very
27:51
slowly and there's not these big herky
27:53
jerky type moves when they change the
27:55
interest rate that's part one
27:57
part two is this is where they can do
27:59
negative interest rates
28:00
and this is where they can influence the
28:03
the spending
28:04
by saying okay here's your money it's in
28:06
this account but you know it's negative
28:07
interest rates so it's actually becoming
28:09
less every day you leave it in there you
28:11
should spend it
28:12
and by the way why don't you spend it on
28:13
this house you will give you a mortgage
28:14
we actually pay off
28:16
less than you're borrowing so it will
28:19
manipulate everybody's mind
28:21
it will manipulate all kinds of things
28:23
and we're going to discover that
28:25
digital money comes with contracts
28:27
attached to it
28:29
and i think this is all blockchain
28:30
technology back end
28:32
so when it's time for your rent to be
28:34
paid it's going to be paid
28:36
and i'm sure they will have a mechanism
28:38
where you can borrow essentially
28:40
directly from the federal reserve
28:42
and they will manage your credit your
28:45
uh your your life your life
28:52
the apocalypse is coming and you're
28:54
gonna need a bitcoin the way i see it
28:56
i think that you're underestimating the
28:59
power of the big
29:00
real banks and their ability to push
29:04
back on this sort of thing
29:05
they're not going to put up with this
29:06
well i uh
29:08
i may be i have no idea i don't know
29:10
crap about banking other than what i
29:12
hear
29:13
all i'm seeing is this push you'll
29:15
recall the digital dollar
29:17
was a clause in the original bailout
29:20
package
29:20
remember when the democrats put in that
29:22
well here's our two thousand pages of
29:24
green new deal and diversity and equity
29:27
and all this stuff
29:28
and it had the digital dollar in there
29:30
which they wanted and this
29:31
would always it was already saying well
29:33
we wanted to be able to transfer it this
29:34
way there was some talk of it
29:36
and then that went away when they came
29:37
back with a more realistic bill
29:39
so either we see that in this particular
29:43
uh bailout if it happens we and i don't
29:45
know if president trump is
29:47
knows about it if he's on board with it
29:49
if he's against it i mean mnuchin is a
29:51
goldman sachs guy his dad was a goldman
29:53
sachs
29:54
guy who the hell knows i'm sure the
29:56
banks know what the hell is going on i'm
29:58
sure they have their
30:00
their hands in this pot it was a big
30:03
topic of discussion
30:04
at the at jekyll island the fed the fed
30:06
board meeting last week
30:11
well we'll see i think it may be
30:14
exaggerated as a problem well it's
30:18
nothing's exaggerated no one even knows
30:20
about this yet this is not being talked
30:22
about the only one being uh
30:25
interested seems to be me believe me joe
30:28
rogan's eyes glazed over within
30:30
two seconds of this you're like what
30:34
what are we doing i don't know i
30:37
i have my i i well it's worth keeping
30:39
our eye on
30:41
okay well you you're doing that yes i am
30:48
you did mention something about the two
30:49
percent thing nothing's done by the way
30:51
we talked about that on the
30:52
dhm plug show what i don't we'll explain
30:54
what you mean i don't know what you're
30:55
talking about
30:56
they're not going to do that anymore
30:58
they're going to keep interest rates low
30:59
yes and they're going to average
31:02
that was new we're gonna average we're
31:05
gonna average to average the uh
31:07
i think it's gonna go negative it's
31:09
gonna go
31:11
but this there's no proof that's gonna
31:13
go negative in this country
31:16
no no there's no proof there's only
31:19
hope well you don't want a negative
31:22
interest rate
31:24
i can't believe that that president
31:26
trump would want any of this digital
31:28
dollar business he seems to me like the
31:30
the guy who definitely wants to keep the
31:32
american dollar the way it is and
31:34
protect
31:35
their own costs that's he's a he's a
31:37
real estate guy
31:38
so i don't so i don't know if he's in a
31:40
new york city i mean come on but he's
31:42
also not a computer guy so who the hell
31:44
knows someone well we got this because
31:46
like
31:48
he probably is like but on the other
31:50
hand he seems to really understand
31:52
financial markets and uh and debt
31:55
he understands that very well and of
31:57
course definitely understands debt
32:01
well he understands the pros and the
32:02
cons but yeah symmetrical interest rates
32:05
that's the two percent that
32:06
that the fed was talking about it was an
32:08
average of two percent either they think
32:09
it's gonna go dip below or they're gonna
32:11
have some kind of hyper inflation i
32:13
don't know
32:13
why why they not say run the average up
32:16
a little bit much
32:17
yeah yeah there's no evidence of
32:21
hyperinflation they're cranking out
32:22
extra money and they still haven't got
32:24
very little inflation yeah and
32:28
i i think i think they'll be able to
32:30
crank out the money non-stop there's no
32:32
problem it seems to be immunized it
32:33
would just be cool if they can
32:35
give that to everybody in their in their
32:37
digital dollar world
32:38
money yeah yeah well
32:42
well let's get back to the news yes
32:45
what you got i got it i got the nbc
32:47
wednesday run down if you want to just
32:49
play
32:49
just about one minute 17 seconds all the
32:52
news
32:52
fit to print in the early beginning of
32:55
the show they tell you what they're
32:56
going to talk about and this is all that
32:58
they're
32:58
talking about tonight the urgent new
33:01
warning ahead of the labor day weekend
33:03
the make or break holiday as we head
33:05
into fall
33:05
dr anthony fauci pleading with people
33:08
stay away from those big crowds that
33:10
have led to coveted surges
33:12
packed pool parties bars beaches and
33:14
super spreader events
33:16
the first death linked to that massive
33:18
biker rally in south dakota
33:19
and the cdc's new timeline on a vaccine
33:22
when they're telling states
33:24
on the attack joe biden blaming
33:26
president trump for what he calls a
33:27
national emergency
33:29
as schools struggle to reopen the
33:31
president's pushback today
33:32
and the new alert about russia targeting
33:35
joe biden's campaign
33:36
did the trump administration try to bury
33:38
it nancy pelosi
33:40
firing back after video of her inside a
33:42
salon
33:43
shuttered by law because of cobit the
33:45
house speaker now calling it a set up
33:48
the new developments as a rival of
33:50
vladimir putin fights for his life
33:52
what officials now say was used to
33:54
poison him the cyber attack on one of
33:56
the country's largest school districts
33:58
remote learning down for a third day
34:01
whether your kids
34:02
are at risk and the chili challenge that
34:05
swept the nation
34:06
how all that cold cash raised means a
34:08
major step
34:09
forward in the fight against als
34:12
this is abc nightly news with lester
34:15
holt
34:17
damn als is back huh the ice bucket
34:19
challenge
34:20
well apparently the money went went to
34:23
some research who did something adam
34:24
they did something okay that's good
34:27
better than nothing
34:28
that's better than nothing for sure so
34:30
the thing out here on the coast you
34:31
might as well bring this up we're
34:32
talking about covet a little bit yeah it
34:33
was the nancy pelosi
34:35
fiasco oh my goodness do as i say
34:39
not as i do so i want to play the pelosi
34:42
okay let's do the background on it nancy
34:45
pelosi went into a hair salon
34:47
inside it in california it's prohibited
34:50
to
34:50
not wear a mask inside it's prohibited
34:53
to even have your hair done inside the
34:55
only place you can have your hair done
34:56
is outside in the wind
34:58
yes that's by that's the edicts
35:02
rulers of our state yeah right on
35:05
so pelosi goes wandering into some hair
35:08
salon with no mask on and then she has
35:10
her hair cut inside
35:12
uh and the story that isn't being told
35:14
necessarily
35:15
is one that we got out here because they
35:17
finally tracked down the owner of the
35:19
salon
35:19
right and they chatted with her and she
35:22
is a young woman who is
35:24
she looks like an owner of a hair salon
35:26
type you know kind of
35:28
i've seen her pictures with her husband
35:30
shooting guns and stuff
35:32
so she made it yeah she may be a trump
35:34
maybe a conservative like
35:35
it's hard to say but but she said she
35:38
wasn't the one who uh
35:40
brought her in she said she saw the
35:42
tapes and she was disgusting and
35:43
sickened she said
35:45
right by even seeing it right and so
35:47
she's the one who released the tape
35:49
yes yes very good
35:52
we enjoyed this this is very good and
35:54
then pelosi went on and on about how she
35:55
was set up
35:56
and so here's pelosi's the classic this
35:58
is the 27th
35:59
second pelosi apologizing
36:03
not for doing not for breaking all the
36:05
rules and breaking the law
36:07
but for being set up she apologizes
36:10
because she was set up this is
36:11
unbelievability for trusting
36:14
uh the word of the neighborhood salon
36:16
that i've been to over the years
36:18
many times and that um when they said
36:21
what we're able to
36:23
accommodate people one person at a time
36:27
and that we can set up that time i
36:29
trusted that
36:30
as it turns out it was a setup so i take
36:33
responsibility
36:34
for falling for a setup and that's all
36:37
i'm going to say
36:38
on that now
36:42
now you know what has to happen death
36:45
penalty
36:46
she has to resign from congress
36:50
i demand that she resigns well this is
36:52
what is
36:53
interesting to me is
36:56
this there's outrage and i and i think
36:59
you're right and
37:00
this small outrage could could get real
37:03
legs for someone like her but
37:05
it's in such contrast to the silence
37:08
over
37:08
people living on the streets and squalor
37:11
around the corner from her house in her
37:13
district which nobody talks about
37:15
it's that's just that's a little irksome
37:18
this is the news oh this is a really
37:20
important one
37:21
and it's mostly on the right people
37:23
conservatives trump
37:25
trump supporters and i'm sure democrats
37:28
too but it's the wrong thing to bitch
37:30
about
37:31
who cares he must resign
37:36
we we are a very sick society the things
37:40
that we
37:40
she must resign over a lot of things
37:42
most people are freedom loving the ones
37:44
that are living in squalor they vote for
37:46
her
37:49
okay my mistake
37:52
yeah i got the uh that's the big news
37:54
out here yeah no it's the cousin
37:57
it's big news everywhere i got uh
38:00
robert kennedy jr was in berlin remember
38:02
we played
38:03
some of that kind of wild audio but he
38:05
also did a little press conference
38:07
which he said some very good things it's
38:08
kind of his standard
38:10
his standard fare you know how he got
38:12
started and how he was interested in
38:13
mercury and they learned about mercury
38:15
and vaccines and
38:17
um but then he really went quite far
38:19
into control
38:21
uh how governments want to control you
38:24
uh how and he actually i didn't clip it
38:26
but he said oh they're coming for your
38:28
money
38:28
digital money they want to control you
38:30
once they control your money then
38:32
it's all over so it was really going off
38:34
and
38:35
and what i'd like sorry he sounds like
38:38
you
38:39
he's totally 100 no agenda material he
38:42
could step right in except for the voice
38:46
well what's interesting is and he even
38:48
mentioned he said as i
38:50
speak it gets better
38:54
and it gets better as he goes along uh
38:56
here it is uh and he called out fauci
38:59
and gates which i kind of liked we're
39:00
being told
39:02
this is the science but it's not it's
39:05
people it's
39:06
it's an appeal to authority it's science
39:09
because tony fauci and bill gates
39:12
tell us in science we want to see the
39:14
studies
39:16
we want to see the studies on the
39:17
hydroxychloroquine
39:19
we want to see the studies on whether
39:21
the lockdown
39:23
is killing more people than the
39:25
coronavirus
39:27
we want to see real science and real
39:30
risk assessments
39:32
and we are not going to take the word my
39:34
father told me when i was a
39:36
child people in authority lie
39:47
we need to understand that people in
39:49
authority lie
39:51
people in authority will abuse every
39:54
power that we relinquish
39:56
to them and right now we are giving them
39:59
the power to micromanage
40:01
every bit of our lives 24 hours a day
40:04
they're gonna know where we are that
40:06
we're gonna know the money that we spend
40:09
to have access to our children they're
40:11
going to have the right to
40:13
compel unwanted medical interventions on
40:17
us
40:18
we you know the nazis did that in the
40:20
camps
40:22
in world war ii they tested vaccines on
40:24
gypsies and jews
40:26
and the world was so horrified after the
40:29
war
40:30
that we signed the nuremberg charter
40:34
and we all pledged when we do that we
40:36
would never
40:37
again impose unwanted
40:40
medical interventions on human beings
40:44
without informed consent take that dr
40:46
bill and dr
40:47
fauci new nazis
40:50
i i i heard what he said
40:54
that's it was he's really on a roll here
40:56
oh yeah
40:57
he's gonna get he's not gonna get any
40:59
air time the way he's going well i even
41:01
brought it up to rogan yesterday joe's
41:02
like yeah but he's really problematic
41:04
i just looked at broken i'm like oh bro
41:08
what does that mean exactly from rogan's
41:11
perspective
41:12
it means he doesn't know what the
41:13
problem is when someone says something's
41:16
problematic either you point to the
41:18
problem or you can't point to the
41:19
problem
41:20
so he knows there's a problem so he says
41:21
it's problematic
41:23
and she's going to put him on you should
41:24
put him on the show she would be great
41:26
on the show
41:27
he should totally get him on the show i
41:30
showed him he'd do it yeah oh yeah
41:32
oh yeah there's nobody else putting them
41:34
on any show now that would be a show
41:36
spotify would consider
41:37
an issue problematic perhaps you never
41:40
know i don't think so you never know man
41:41
i hope not i get lots of numbers on that
41:43
one
41:44
oh wait well that's i can tell you the
41:46
spotify boneheads they don't even
41:48
know who this guy robert kennedy's jr oh
41:50
yeah he's a
41:51
bobby kennedy's son yeah he's yeah put
41:54
him out it'd be great
41:55
they don't know who he is they don't
41:56
know anything their suits
41:59
yeah now there's an interesting list of
42:01
people who want to who do want to get on
42:03
the show which i can't mention
42:07
like you can tease us all you want i
42:08
wanted to let's play crazy
42:10
crazy seconds like i got inside info
42:12
like i'm on the yes okay
42:14
all right fine uh this is this is a good
42:18
example of
42:19
the gates influence this is you heard
42:21
this clip this is burke's
42:23
and this is just a very slip up she's
42:25
being asked a question about you know
42:26
how are we going to do
42:27
do you know this tracing nonsense which
42:30
is going nowhere
42:30
never will but we'll we'll play along
42:34
and so here's what she has to say do we
42:36
have enough
42:37
infrastructure to contact trace the way
42:39
that we need to
42:40
i think that's why the criteria that you
42:43
can see the gates that are
42:45
that the federal government has
42:46
recommended are
42:48
i i'm glad you played it i i just wanted
42:51
to mention we played it in april
42:54
that's how old this clip is it just
42:55
resurfaced that's what's interesting i
42:57
found that kind of funny
42:59
really yeah because i saw it and i
43:02
thought it was new too
43:03
now you don't have the access to the
43:05
archive that i have so you got the big
43:07
boys you can do
43:08
the big searches i can't do right but i
43:10
i left it
43:11
and this morning when i saw it show up
43:13
on yours i'm like i'm pretty sure we
43:14
played i'm gonna let him play so i can
43:16
nail it no it was set up no i was set up
43:19
no in fact i thought i said it very
43:21
nicely because i thought about how i
43:23
would respond and i
43:24
and i thought to myself you know i'm
43:26
just going to let him play and i'll say
43:27
i'm glad you played that it's good to
43:29
play it again this is exactly what i did
43:31
i'm the nancy pelosi of the show
43:36
i have to quit the show you better
43:38
apologize do the right thing
43:40
apologize that i set you up and you fell
43:42
i apologize that you set me up and then
43:44
i'm going to quit
43:45
like like nancy pelosi should do she
43:48
should resign from congress
43:50
[Applause]
43:52
well speaking of the vaccine the vaccine
43:55
the fda
43:56
has given um a notice to the states
44:01
i'm sorry cdc has given notice to the
44:03
states to prepare to distribute the
44:05
vaccine as early as november 1st
44:08
oh bullcrap
44:11
this is you know it's a troll you know
44:14
it's a troll
44:14
it's so obvious and take into account
44:19
the vaccine is problematic do you
44:21
remember the first shot we had the first
44:24
shot the first person ever with the
44:25
moderna
44:26
needle go sinking into her arm and she's
44:28
a host on the houston uh
44:31
houston news uh program i think morning
44:34
program remember this yeah
44:36
well there's a follow-up four weeks ago
44:38
dawn baker became the first person in
44:41
the us
44:41
to get a shot as part of a phase three
44:43
clinical trial for a coronavirus vaccine
44:46
and now she's back not just for a visit
44:49
all right
44:50
take a nice deep breath but for another
44:53
shot
44:54
that's right the coronavirus vaccine
44:56
will likely be given in two shots
44:58
a few weeks apart it's like the boxer
45:00
going into the ring
45:02
you might hit you might hit the other
45:04
guy with one punch and he might go down
45:06
but uh two punches is going to be way
45:09
more effective
45:10
and that's a problem for several reasons
45:12
many americans aren't very excited about
45:14
the coronavirus vaccine oh no
45:16
according to a recent cnn poll 40
45:18
percent of americans say they won't get
45:20
it
45:21
second for those who do take it it's a
45:23
logistical challenge to have hundreds of
45:25
millions of people come in
45:27
not once but twice there's no question
45:30
that this
45:30
is going to be the most complicated
45:33
largest
45:34
mass vaccination program in human
45:36
history
45:37
people will have to remember to come in
45:39
the second time they might have to take
45:41
time off work
45:42
twice and possibly
45:46
is this any different than the swine flu
45:48
two-shot
45:49
bull crap if you remember that i
45:51
remember it we all remember it
45:53
where you had to go in and get two shots
45:56
so how is this any different
45:58
are they are people stupider now they
46:00
can't remember to come in a week later
46:01
or what's the deal
46:03
to me it sounds like a pr campaign to
46:06
ensure that everybody knows
46:07
uh that there's gonna be two shots
46:10
because they need to either
46:12
i mean i don't i mean clearly things not
46:14
effective enough otherwise you don't
46:15
need to have a booster
46:17
so i don't and i i thought it was
46:19
supposed to to help your body
46:21
change yeah i think it's a booster
46:23
necessarily it's a binary shot you get
46:25
need to make it work well
46:28
seeing as it's not your traditional
46:30
vaccine and it's supposed to do
46:32
something that makes your body change
46:33
your dna
46:35
you know you kind of want to have that
46:36
go right the first time
46:39
let's continue with this report history
46:41
people will have to remember to come in
46:43
the second time
46:44
they might have to take time off work
46:46
twice and possibly
46:48
experience you talking through do you
46:50
talk to the the punchline the first time
46:52
the second time and it's not going to be
46:53
funny
46:54
and it's not even going to be funny now
46:56
in the second time they might have to
46:58
take time off work
46:59
twice and possibly experience unpleasant
47:02
side effects like fever
47:03
twice government health officials are
47:06
aware that's a big
47:07
ass you might have to suffer pain and
47:10
fever twice
47:13
great marketing manufacturing end it's
47:15
just more complicated to make 660
47:18
million doses of a vaccine
47:20
330. maybe they're going for money it's
47:22
not just double the vaccine
47:24
it's double all the components that go
47:25
with the vaccine
47:27
two vials with two caps and two stoppers
47:30
two syringes with two needles for
47:32
everybody and two body bags
47:34
is going to be daunting it is going to
47:36
be absolutely daunting
47:38
for don baker rolling up her sleeve a
47:40
second time was about
47:42
saving lives maybe they're going for a
47:46
money
47:46
a money call because oh it's going to be
47:49
double now we need more cash what do you
47:51
think that could be possible maybe
47:52
that's what
47:52
that's an idea you know gates was
47:55
shilling for cash he wanted more money
47:56
remember we had that clip
47:59
yeah he's working a lot more money he's
48:01
working on that
48:03
huh that's actually a pretty good scam
48:05
the um
48:07
uh luke our uh our knight there
48:10
wanderhelm
48:12
uh he is he lives in finland and he took
48:15
one for the team he's now
48:17
uh downloaded the finnish
48:21
coronavirus tracing app and
48:25
that ties right into the new apple ios
48:28
13.7
48:29
with exposure notification express
48:32
integration sounds like something we all
48:35
need
48:36
and and apparently finland has is number
48:39
one
48:39
in adoption there's uh over a million
48:42
finns right away who doubt
48:43
how many fins are there seven hundred
48:46
thousand no
48:48
no i think there's more than that
48:51
i think there's more than that let me
48:52
see what he says
48:54
about four million maybe probably yeah
48:57
so they are uh
48:58
they are they are ruling they are
49:00
rocking it by everybody's downloading it
49:03
uh and we'll see we'll see where this
49:05
goes this i guess
49:07
even though yes bullcrap i think there's
49:08
still some hope that this
49:11
digital tracking will uh will work for
49:15
apple and google
49:16
i don't know i don't know what they're
49:17
hoping for it doesn't seem like anything
49:19
you know i'm going to bring this up i
49:22
keep bringing it up but
49:25
you and i think most of the listeners
49:27
don't want to accept this
49:30
no i think most people go for this sort
49:32
of thing
49:33
they like being tracked i like being
49:36
part of something bigger
49:37
possibly yeah or it's their duty they
49:40
feel it's their civic duty
49:41
just citizen i'm a good citizen i'm
49:43
gonna get tracked and they'll do it
49:44
without your questions
49:45
and people just do without question
49:46
obviously i might get in line for them
49:48
two vaccines i'll be back next week
49:51
meanwhile what's wrong with these two
49:53
guys bitching and moaning
49:55
well let's take a look at australia who
49:58
have really
49:59
uh really really taken an interesting uh
50:02
approach he uh arrested some other poor
50:07
woman for something she
50:08
didn't do i have a well i have a i have
50:11
a clip
50:12
now this is a vic uh a woman in victoria
50:15
she's in her house
50:16
with her family she got a couple kids
50:18
and that she's pregnant
50:20
which okay i mean whenever a news story
50:21
said they arrested her in front of her
50:23
kids
50:24
like okay whatever oh my god in front of
50:27
your kids they'll be
50:28
scarred for life no they'll be okay
50:32
yeah okay let me interrupt there was a
50:34
report on the guy that was shot up in
50:36
kenosha
50:37
in front of his kids it's always that
50:41
right exactly yeah it's it's
50:44
it's it's actually it's a shitty way to
50:47
report i don't care what the report is
50:48
about it's all
50:51
somebody please think of the children
50:53
that's just to get clicks
50:54
it's totally unnecessary so what she did
50:57
is she put together a and this is
50:58
victoria
51:00
uh state of victoria in uh in australia
51:03
where they're on lockdown and they're
51:04
very serious about it
51:06
what you can do where you can go how
51:08
long you can go how far you can go
51:10
it's a real real shut up slave moment
51:13
in history and she had posted she wanted
51:17
to organize
51:18
an anti-lockdown protest and i don't
51:21
like they're having
51:22
everywhere in the world but here and
51:24
there right and she did it on facebag
51:27
and uh now there's a lot there's a lot
51:30
going on in this clip
51:31
so the cops come in they start you know
51:32
start hey you know you're gonna be
51:34
arrested and
51:35
and they start to kind of do the
51:37
australian version of
51:38
miranda rights because she was well
51:40
you'll hear it she was being arrested
51:42
for
51:43
incitement incitement to uh well i guess
51:46
violence but we'll see you guys are
51:48
doing this
51:48
um yeah you can show me your search
51:50
warrant before you go through my house
51:52
[Music]
51:56
i own this house
51:59
search warrant for what yeah what i will
52:01
explain to you is
52:03
is if you want to listen you got your
52:05
phone going yeah i do yeah
52:07
yeah you're under arrest in relation to
52:08
incitement incitement
52:11
now you're not obliged to say do
52:13
anything but anything you so do
52:14
maybe given never excuse me for what
52:17
what the
52:18
what on earth excuse me what what on
52:20
earth
52:21
just put your phone down can you like
52:23
this like it might be just
52:24
what's this ultrasound in an hour yeah
52:26
she's pregnant so
52:29
what's this about
52:40
yeah and i wasn't breaking any laws by
52:42
doing you are actually you are breaking
52:44
all that's why i'm arresting you
52:45
innovation
52:46
how can you arrest her that's one of my
52:48
two children can't you just say to her
52:50
take the post down like come on
52:53
i thought this was weak okay you just
52:56
say take the post down
52:58
and that to me was sad that's the real
53:00
sad part
53:01
oh mr officer i'll just take it down
53:05
that you know what i mean it's like okay
53:08
you can have a big mouth but you gotta
53:10
you know you gotta stand for what you
53:11
really believe in i thought that was i
53:14
understand they're afraid
53:15
and it's scary then all that happens but
53:17
this is reality
53:19
and other people should not be bitching
53:21
about in front of her kids but the fact
53:22
that it happened at
53:23
all yeah that's fine but my two kids are
53:26
here i have an ultrasound in an
53:28
hour like i'm happy with the post you
53:31
also have the right to communicate with
53:32
or to communicate with a legal
53:34
practitioner can you understand those
53:36
rights
53:37
yeah this is ridiculous yeah this is a
53:38
bit unfair come on mate
53:40
what about she just doesn't do the event
53:42
like it's not like she's done it well
53:44
she made a post committed do you think
53:45
so i'm not going to so that's an offense
53:47
now the search right titles us
53:50
and we're required to seize any
53:53
computers
53:54
any mobile
54:05
[Music]
54:07
yeah but of course it was incitement you
54:10
know that's
54:11
and i think it was good it was good that
54:13
she did that
54:15
but instead of everybody saying hey
54:17
let's do this thing let's show them what
54:19
that we mean business no no no they're
54:21
afraid they're very very afraid and it's
54:23
affecting people worse than i've seen it
54:25
this is uh the latest update on the
54:28
on the on the the majors victoria has
54:31
recorded its deadliest day of the
54:33
pandemic yet
54:34
because of a technicality of the 41
54:37
deaths added to the state soaring tally
54:39
eight people lost their lives in the
54:41
past 24 hours
54:43
mark santo martino explains no matter
54:45
what killed them
54:46
every person to die after testing
54:49
positive for covet 19
54:51
now counts to the state's death toll 41
54:54
deaths were added to victoria's tally
54:56
today
54:56
increasing the total to 565.
54:59
it's the state's biggest jump during the
55:01
pandemic so far
55:03
and includes eight who lost their lives
55:05
in the past
55:06
24 hours and 33 aged care deaths
55:09
dating back as far as july which hadn't
55:12
been reported yet
55:13
i'm sorry it was the wrong clip but i'd
55:15
let it play anyway so that's what we're
55:16
talking about we're talking about very
55:18
low numbers
55:19
inflated by statistical errors and
55:21
reporting errors
55:23
here's what they're actually doing the
55:24
state of emergency in victoria is about
55:26
to be extended for a further 12 months
55:28
maybe but what does that mean
55:32
maybe he even says maybe 12 months maybe
55:35
well the good news is dan andrews in the
55:36
mainstream media have this
55:38
issue mostly correct it is true
55:41
that to have forced isolation
55:43
restrictions on gatherings mandatory
55:45
face masks
55:46
all require a state of emergency to be
55:48
both valid
55:49
and enforceable but as with most things
55:51
the devil is in the detail
55:53
let's have a closer look the exposure
55:55
draft bill that the government has
55:56
circulated intends to make
55:58
three important amendments to the public
56:00
health and well-being act
56:02
in the back of this act are sections 198
56:04
to 200
56:05
which together create those pesky
56:08
emergency powers that everyone is
56:09
talking about
56:10
section 199 stipulates that the
56:13
emergency powers can only be exercised
56:15
if
56:16
two conditions are met first of all
56:19
there must be a valid state of emergency
56:21
and second of all the chief health
56:23
officer must believe that it is
56:26
necessary to exercise those powers to
56:28
eliminate
56:29
a risk to public health so that goes on
56:32
for quite a bit
56:34
but what they what uh dan daniels
56:37
says is well we have to have covid
56:41
normal covid normal which is
56:44
not eight deaths a day it has to be less
56:46
than that i mean this this is good
56:48
if we can keep it there that's covered
56:49
normal well here he is i think people in
56:51
melbourne
56:52
know and understand that melbourne is in
56:55
a different place
56:56
a different uh of the the the the
56:59
science and the presentation of the
57:02
of the virus is very different in
57:04
metropolitan melbourne than it is in
57:05
regional areas
57:06
and keeping those numbers low in
57:08
regional areas is
57:10
very very important not just us in a
57:12
kind of strategic
57:14
or academic sense it's absolutely
57:16
critical to us being able to open the
57:18
whole state
57:19
in a steady cautious but in a
57:22
progressive and sustainable way
57:24
each step after the other and then
57:26
locking in that covert normal that as i
57:29
said and i just i can only stress this
57:30
again
57:31
a covert normal that lasts four months
57:34
not just a few weeks
57:35
that sense of control and stability that
57:38
i think
57:39
and business certainly tell me is
57:41
critically important
57:43
to the most effective recovery and
57:45
repair
57:46
that we can possibly have
57:50
several months of covert normal
57:54
that could be never exactly it is meant
57:57
to be never
57:59
but what is the point what good is it
58:00
doing the the victorian
58:03
uh government to do this control
58:06
control money get out of it there's the
58:08
extra money in their pockets
58:09
the only thing i can think is china
58:11
there that government
58:13
in victoria has deep ties to ccp
58:18
they have the belt and road deal i think
58:21
they have the 5g deal
58:24
they be bitches to beijing
58:27
yes but again what is how does china
58:29
even benefit from the shutdown
58:33
they already got the deals they already
58:34
got the belt rule they already got them
58:36
in their pockets
58:36
okay what what does this accomplish may
58:38
i give you uh one option let's take a
58:40
look at new york
58:42
new york clearly owned pre-owned by
58:44
china
58:46
look at new year's eve uh cuomo clearly
58:49
saying that they did not come from china
58:51
came from europe
58:52
and now china after new york is broke
58:55
completely
58:56
uh falling down financially in ruins
59:00
what does china do hey some money from
59:04
us
59:05
why wouldn't that be the same that is
59:06
their strategy why wouldn't it be the
59:08
same
59:09
in uh in uh in melbourne melbourne is an
59:13
important thing
59:13
just so they can get them to borrow some
59:15
money from them from them yeah can't
59:17
pay back yeah which they can't pay back
59:19
and then they own it like they've done
59:21
throughout africa and other countries
59:23
in eastern europe sovereign nation they
59:25
can nationalize the debt
59:28
okay well fine you're asking me i give
59:31
you my opinion
59:32
and uh well how is it working out for
59:34
africa my opinion
59:35
i think this is i don't know what this
59:37
is but beyond
59:38
me i mean i understand the chinese
59:41
connection and there's one
59:42
in new york obviously could
59:46
we could nationalize new york's debt is
59:47
that what you're saying if if they take
59:49
money from china
59:51
i think so yeah but why would we do that
59:53
why would we do that
59:56
i don't want to pay that we would but
59:59
york's paying a bunch of money to china
1:00:00
i still don't see the
1:00:02
it what's the long game here it's just
1:00:05
the situation in victoria let's just
1:00:07
stick with that because that's the
1:00:08
extreme
1:00:09
i mean it makes no sense at all
1:00:14
uh that's crazy actually let's go back
1:00:16
to robert kennedy jr
1:00:18
people in authority lie and they will do
1:00:21
anything
1:00:22
for power for control
1:00:27
the dutch now i finally figured out what
1:00:29
the problem is with this
1:00:31
emergency law that that they're trying
1:00:34
to pass
1:00:35
um which would allow for immediate
1:00:38
switch on
1:00:39
of you know one and a half meter society
1:00:42
distancing mass
1:00:43
etc and that would be codified in law
1:00:45
going forward just in case
1:00:47
i finally figured out what the real
1:00:48
problem is they've created
1:00:50
12 super mayors so instead of the mayors
1:00:54
reporting up through the uh
1:00:56
all the way up to the to the first house
1:00:58
you know to the to the parliament
1:01:00
uh before something gets to the uh the
1:01:03
second
1:01:04
house the lower house uh trying to make
1:01:06
an equivalent
1:01:08
now they report regionally to these
1:01:10
unelected
1:01:11
super mayors and they communicate
1:01:13
directly back to
1:01:15
directly back to parliament so they
1:01:17
bypass an entire part of
1:01:20
the parliamentary system who elects the
1:01:23
super
1:01:24
mayors there's no one they're just
1:01:25
appointed well this is just like an eu
1:01:27
model yes it's like an abstractive
1:01:31
uh uh eu model where you got 12 guys
1:01:34
and ladies i think a couple of women and
1:01:35
they're managing everything but they
1:01:37
weren't elected and now they're in
1:01:38
charge of their little regions
1:01:40
well no wonder the dutch are pissed off
1:01:42
about it
1:01:44
that's not okay they're changing the
1:01:45
actual system
1:01:49
and then the dutch uh
1:01:52
president of the of the dutch central
1:01:54
bank
1:01:56
i'm reading this uh this from the
1:01:58
newspaper
1:01:59
holland will have to uh hand off its
1:02:02
sovereignty to brussels
1:02:04
there is no other way forward
1:02:08
that's it that's it it's like that's got
1:02:10
to go over it's like one paragraph
1:02:12
the belgians run the place it's one
1:02:15
paragraph
1:02:16
he's like yep that's too bad we have to
1:02:18
do it otherwise you know it's really bad
1:02:20
for the euro what's bad for the euro is
1:02:22
going to be bad for us
1:02:23
oh my bro brother said
1:02:27
it's unbelievable and then you slip it
1:02:29
in yeah
1:02:30
oh yeah but no they do it in the like
1:02:32
one isn't this what we've been talking
1:02:33
about all along since the
1:02:35
get go about the european union being uh
1:02:38
trying to
1:02:38
turn into one super state with no
1:02:41
sovereignty between the old countries
1:02:42
pretty much you beat down you beat down
1:02:45
the
1:02:46
local culture until they don't think
1:02:47
it's important anymore you talk to
1:02:49
kids give this kids a bad education so
1:02:52
they don't understand what the country's
1:02:53
all about
1:02:54
make it so they're all globalists which
1:02:56
we're doing in this country as we speak
1:02:58
as we're doing the show uh let's i don't
1:03:02
care
1:03:02
i don't know washington lincoln who are
1:03:04
those guys that doesn't make anything
1:03:05
they're
1:03:06
racist you know we were one big happy
1:03:08
family worldwide no borders no nations
1:03:11
yeah i mean how is this any different
1:03:13
than you know that it's sick
1:03:14
build back better build back
1:03:20
um well speaking of that this
1:03:23
is uh libby emmons
1:03:27
she is the senior editor of the
1:03:29
post-millennial
1:03:30
no idea what that is but she showed up
1:03:33
and she talked about
1:03:34
these teachers who want privacy from
1:03:37
their
1:03:37
distance learning students parents
1:03:41
they do not want the parents listening
1:03:43
in there's there's many different
1:03:44
reasons that are cited for them not
1:03:46
wanting this
1:03:47
i like this one i like this one the best
1:03:50
there was a school district in tennessee
1:03:52
that
1:03:52
made parents promise that they would not
1:03:54
uh
1:03:55
look in on the zoom calls that they
1:03:57
wouldn't uh be monitoring them they made
1:03:59
them sign off on a paper
1:04:00
there was a teacher in philadelphia who
1:04:02
was tweeting about
1:04:04
how he's worried that conservative
1:04:05
parents are going to get in the way of
1:04:07
his indoctrinating students into
1:04:08
critical race and gender theory
1:04:10
and in fact when i noticed that my son's
1:04:14
teachers were
1:04:15
doing the same kind of indoctrination
1:04:17
about white privilege and
1:04:18
critical race theory and all of this
1:04:20
stuff they were very dismayed to
1:04:21
discover that i was paying attention and
1:04:23
that i
1:04:24
wanted to know what the deal was with
1:04:26
all of this stuff
1:04:27
parent parents need to be paying
1:04:29
attention to what their kids are
1:04:30
learning in school
1:04:31
and i think for too long parents have
1:04:33
just been trusting that
1:04:35
the educational system is teaching
1:04:37
history and teaching science and
1:04:39
teaching normal things and instead
1:04:41
what's going on
1:04:42
is that the entire educational
1:04:44
infrastructure from the top down
1:04:46
in new york city it begins with the
1:04:48
chancellor richard karanza
1:04:50
they're pushing this stuff into the
1:04:52
classrooms they're pushing it on to
1:04:53
teachers and they're pushing it onto
1:04:55
students
1:04:55
and what they're telling students is
1:04:57
that they're not equal that
1:04:59
some students are oppressors and other
1:05:01
students are victims
1:05:02
that they are responsible for an entire
1:05:04
system
1:05:05
of racism that they are meant to do
1:05:07
something about this in a systemic way
1:05:09
and they're completely forgetting that
1:05:11
what kids need to learn
1:05:13
is to be kind to each other to treat
1:05:15
everyone with respect
1:05:16
and to learn the accurate history of our
1:05:18
nation and to learn about literature
1:05:21
and books and mythology and all of these
1:05:23
things without the overarching lens of
1:05:26
racism
1:05:26
shading everything because if you cover
1:05:29
everything with
1:05:30
the idea that it's racist that's all
1:05:32
you're going to see that's all the kids
1:05:33
are going to learn
1:05:34
oh yeah there you go what about math how
1:05:37
about
1:05:37
science and math well you know
1:05:39
mathematics how about teaching the kids
1:05:40
what they're supposed to learn at those
1:05:42
ages they can learn about
1:05:43
racism when they're in college they do
1:05:45
math is racist we've been through this
1:05:47
yeah we did you're right math is racist
1:05:52
yeah this is but this is
1:05:55
out of control yeah well at least
1:05:58
you know rogan said too that i said well
1:06:02
how was the school for you because they
1:06:03
went completely
1:06:05
social justice blm ape crap and the
1:06:08
parents
1:06:09
freaked out that was i think that was
1:06:12
part of him wanting to go
1:06:16
oh that would make sense yeah when you
1:06:18
see your kids turning into monsters
1:06:21
you have to because of the schools yeah
1:06:23
if you hate their parents and the rest
1:06:25
of it
1:06:26
yeah it's very easy yeah and that and i
1:06:30
i think he was very afraid that if
1:06:31
something really went wrong in los
1:06:33
angeles
1:06:34
you can't get out yes and that can
1:06:37
happen
1:06:38
and you can't get out you're right i
1:06:40
think you know the 405 you just see the
1:06:42
405
1:06:43
if everything goes right you can't get
1:06:45
out it's even just on a good day
1:06:48
it's sad but yeah holy crap
1:06:53
holy crap well let's i have some covert
1:06:56
clips we should get out of there okay
1:06:57
yes let's do that before we get back
1:06:58
onto the school thing which is just
1:07:00
makes is irksome i've got a here's over
1:07:04
here's the nice
1:07:04
democracy now whipsaw this is the covid
1:07:07
uh uh
1:07:08
on plasma as the us death toll from
1:07:10
covet 19 nears 185
1:07:13
000 the trump administration is refusing
1:07:15
to join more than 170 countries in a
1:07:18
global effort to develop a coronavirus
1:07:20
vaccine the administration opposes the
1:07:23
effort in part because of the
1:07:24
involvement
1:07:25
of the world health organization public
1:07:27
health officials warn the move could
1:07:29
leave the united states without access
1:07:31
to a vaccine if the global effort
1:07:33
succeeds and u.s efforts fail kendall
1:07:36
hoyt of dartmouth school of medicine
1:07:38
said quote just from a simple risk
1:07:41
management perspective this is
1:07:42
short-sighted
1:07:44
in other public health news a panel of
1:07:45
experts at the national institutes of
1:07:47
health said there's no evidence to show
1:07:49
that convalescent plasma treatment works
1:07:52
against the coronavirus
1:07:53
this directly contradicts the food and
1:07:56
drug administration which recently gave
1:07:57
emergency use authorization for the
1:08:00
treatment
1:08:00
trump triumphantly made the announcement
1:08:02
on the eve of the republican national
1:08:04
convention
1:08:05
the nih panel said quote convalescent
1:08:08
plasma should not be considered standard
1:08:10
of care for the treatment of patients
1:08:12
with covid19
1:08:14
oh my god did you notice the whip saw
1:08:19
well i was waiting for a clip so
1:08:22
honestly i was
1:08:23
focusing on on what the clip would say
1:08:25
and it never came but i think she said
1:08:26
something contradictory at the very
1:08:28
end as to what the whole story was about
1:08:30
maybe i missed it yes
1:08:32
she didn't use the clip she quoted yeah
1:08:34
the very sad quote
1:08:36
so this is her style of whipsaw which is
1:08:38
the quote
1:08:39
yeah but her quote did not match her her
1:08:42
whole story her whole story yeah it's no
1:08:46
good doesn't work yeah and then she
1:08:48
quotes
1:08:50
them saying it shouldn't be a standard
1:08:52
of care the lessened plasma should not
1:08:54
be considered
1:08:55
standard of care for the treatment of
1:08:57
patients with covid19
1:08:59
that's very it's very different than it
1:09:00
doesn't work
1:09:03
not being a standard of care you're
1:09:04
right it's not the same as it doesn't
1:09:06
work
1:09:07
right and this is the kind of thing she
1:09:09
does
1:09:10
she does it differently than the
1:09:12
networks dude the networks are classier
1:09:16
how so will she ever believe the fda
1:09:20
or is it just from only when she doesn't
1:09:22
like it she doesn't she's oh the fda is
1:09:24
full of crap
1:09:25
number two thank you it's behind door
1:09:30
number two adam you know the
1:09:33
we answer the answer all along the
1:09:35
question for no good reason
1:09:37
but yeah no i really was interested
1:09:38
there's another whip shit well
1:09:40
the other whip sauce about kenosha
1:09:42
nevermind let's go back to code this is
1:09:43
a india report
1:09:45
uh india now is the new epicenter let's
1:09:48
get that finally russia's become the
1:09:50
fourth country to surpass
1:09:52
one million reported covet 19 cases
1:09:55
meanwhile india is on pace to soon
1:09:57
surpass
1:09:58
brazil as the world's second most
1:10:00
infected nation
1:10:01
behind the united states in recent weeks
1:10:04
india has emerged as the new epicenter
1:10:06
of the pandemic now listen to this
1:10:09
this is someone sent me this from um
1:10:12
let's see what newspaper what
1:10:13
publication is this is from sky
1:10:15
news let me see if it's australia
1:10:18
uh no this is a sky in
1:10:21
the uk headline coronavirus
1:10:25
infection rate in texas a perfect storm
1:10:30
what are you talking about aren't you in
1:10:34
texas
1:10:34
as we speak a community doctor warns
1:10:37
that some of the most fragile people in
1:10:38
the area who were barely holding on have
1:10:40
just gone
1:10:42
gone they're gone they've disappeared so
1:10:44
they're just
1:10:45
lying to us people in authority lie yeah
1:10:48
they do
1:10:48
thank you bobby kennedy for the reminder
1:10:52
no it's uh it's disgusting
1:10:55
and it's just to get a headline just to
1:10:57
get up here in
1:10:59
texas yeah the other day i read a
1:11:01
headline
1:11:03
vaccine mandatory for all texas school
1:11:06
children
1:11:08
that's exactly what the headline sounded
1:11:09
to me when i read it and you look at the
1:11:11
article
1:11:12
what it was meant to sound like and then
1:11:14
you looked at what vaccine what
1:11:15
vaccine's mandatory for all texas
1:11:17
every single one you've got to be shot
1:11:19
up 80 of them
1:11:21
yes 67. no i think flu
1:11:24
mr you know the measles rubella mumps
1:11:28
and of course the when available the the
1:11:31
corona but if you look at the article
1:11:33
well as we know texas is one of the many
1:11:36
states who do allow
1:11:37
parents to opt out for conscientious or
1:11:39
religious reasons
1:11:40
yeah thank you so it's not mandatory
1:11:44
that's my point but people send it to me
1:11:47
well texas
1:11:48
well man talk about your freedom in
1:11:50
texas
1:11:52
did you read the article dipshit
1:11:55
by the way that's never one of our
1:11:57
producers who does that they're they're
1:11:59
much smarter they don't
1:12:00
know they're the guys who are going to
1:12:01
stop supporting us and have never
1:12:03
supported us
1:12:05
no i want to mention they will say they
1:12:07
never supported us
1:12:09
these people who support us and not
1:12:12
support us
1:12:13
uh we do have databases we know who
1:12:15
everybody is
1:12:16
ah we have we have information on you we
1:12:18
have the we have dossiers
1:12:20
we have dossiers what
1:12:23
links you have sent what clips you have
1:12:26
made
1:12:26
we have a dossier so
1:12:30
uh it's hard to there are a lot there
1:12:32
has
1:12:33
been a number of people that say i've
1:12:35
fed up with you guys
1:12:36
you know you guys are just chilling for
1:12:39
trump yeah
1:12:39
oh yeah and you get that we get some
1:12:42
shilling for trump
1:12:44
not not allowed to happen and they
1:12:46
actually had been a five dollar
1:12:47
subscriber for maybe a year
1:12:49
well i'm sorry i'm sorry about that yeah
1:12:53
i mean you actually wrote a really nice
1:12:57
mission statement we got to get that up
1:12:58
oh yes we have a mission statement now
1:13:00
i'm having it copy edited by our uh
1:13:03
in-house copy editor we have a
1:13:06
official before it goes to the before it
1:13:08
goes to the to the website
1:13:10
department i i she's anonymous
1:13:14
because she works in the business that
1:13:15
doesn't want to be outed no
1:13:17
but she does the work and oh she's doing
1:13:20
the work
1:13:20
she's doing the work she's doing the
1:13:22
work and when that's complete we'll post
1:13:24
it
1:13:24
and it'll it'll solve a lot of issues
1:13:26
people have questions the mission
1:13:27
statement will be after
1:13:29
and she mentioned that she works for a
1:13:31
non-profit that has a mission statement
1:13:33
she was rolled her eyes guy could
1:13:35
hear it in a note that she sent me about
1:13:37
the mission statement i said then i
1:13:39
explained why we needed one that no
1:13:40
podcast
1:13:41
has mission statements they should
1:13:43
because it explains what you're what
1:13:45
you're really there to do
1:13:46
i liked it when i saw it i was like oh
1:13:48
that's that's a pretty interesting thing
1:13:49
to have just for people to read oh okay
1:13:51
that's
1:13:52
i mean that's yeah and it it really was
1:13:54
our mission statement
1:13:56
it was our mission you know i think
1:13:58
podcasters should consider this
1:14:00
because you can go off mission and you
1:14:03
can
1:14:03
you know bring yourself back to reality
1:14:05
because you we're not the joe rogan show
1:14:07
joe rogan's show
1:14:09
makes a lot of money and but he's got 11
1:14:12
he's got 10
1:14:14
to 12 to who knows how many more
1:14:16
listeners than we do and he does video
1:14:18
and he
1:14:18
shows daily which is a huge difference
1:14:20
and he has he's got
1:14:22
interesting big names and it's a
1:14:24
different format
1:14:25
the whole thing is totally a different
1:14:27
show and you know you can't
1:14:29
each people want to do a joe rogan style
1:14:31
show go
1:14:32
knock yourself out good luck
1:14:35
it's not easy not daddy's not that easy
1:14:38
at all
1:14:38
no it's not that easy so he makes a lot
1:14:41
of money
1:14:42
because he does a lot of work so what
1:14:44
was the point
1:14:46
the point was he needs a mission
1:14:47
statement too and his mission is
1:14:49
way different than our mission
1:14:51
absolutely our mission is to deconstruct
1:14:53
news stories and to
1:14:55
bring well you'll see when the mission
1:14:56
statement comes out you'll be amused and
1:14:58
with that
1:14:58
i'd like to thank you for your mission
1:15:00
statement courage and say in the morning
1:15:02
to you the man who put the sea
1:15:03
in the coins no longer in circulation
1:15:06
john c devorak
1:15:08
well in the morning to you mr adam curry
1:15:10
also in the morning all ships to see
1:15:11
boots on the ground feet and the air
1:15:12
subs in the water and all the dams and
1:15:14
nights yes and we say
1:15:15
in the morning to all of our trolls in
1:15:17
the troll room
1:15:18
as we do a little troll count hands up
1:15:21
trolls what do we got we have
1:15:23
15 10 we're 10 above average we've got
1:15:25
an 8 car zephyr and 10 more trolls in
1:15:27
the room
1:15:28
this is a good day indeed a good day
1:15:31
no you should mention this is your
1:15:33
birthday happy birthday adam
1:15:35
thank you thank you john no
1:15:37
agendastream.com is where you can hang
1:15:39
out with all the trolls during the live
1:15:41
shows but at first of all there's a lot
1:15:42
of live shows
1:15:43
because you hear the stream in the chat
1:15:44
room at the same time you can listen
1:15:46
it's synchronized
1:15:47
it's almost like uh like fourth of july
1:15:49
fireworks it's synchronized and
1:15:52
uh in there ask a doug hit up doug and
1:15:55
people will tell you how to do it for an
1:15:56
invite to no agendasocial.com and that
1:15:58
is our federated
1:16:00
social network gosh man your speaker's
1:16:02
just down a little bit
1:16:03
it's really i can't i can't um filter it
1:16:06
out i'm getting there i should get
1:16:07
better i should have
1:16:09
shouldn't be taking any of that
1:16:13
because the speakers are way back there
1:16:14
and nowhere near to be seen and i don't
1:16:16
know
1:16:17
okay
1:16:20
uh no agendasocial.com yes that is where
1:16:23
you can have a good
1:16:24
signal-to-noise ratio conversations and
1:16:26
i'm going to move the microphone
1:16:28
down yeah point it up at me
1:16:32
okay that will should get which should
1:16:34
make a difference
1:16:35
okay thank you that's very good
1:16:38
uh while we're at it uh let us thank the
1:16:42
artist
1:16:43
for episode 1273 1273 false positive
1:16:47
this was
1:16:48
this was done by taunton nail and it was
1:16:51
the
1:16:51
uh no debate 2020
1:16:56
which looked like i guess it was a maybe
1:16:58
that's the biden uh
1:17:00
font joe biden probably 2020 and so it
1:17:04
just turned into no debate
1:17:05
2020. it was it was simple very funny
1:17:08
i like yeah very functional you were
1:17:11
pushing for something else i can't
1:17:13
remember what
1:17:14
yeah i can um i
1:17:17
liked well you liked uh nick the rat's
1:17:21
elephant you like that the ra right the
1:17:24
true rampaging elephant which
1:17:26
should actually be the logo for the
1:17:28
republican party
1:17:30
yeah yeah they should get that from nick
1:17:33
i thought uh ah there was something else
1:17:37
i liked i can't
1:17:38
remember which like this one the ones
1:17:40
with the with the
1:17:42
needles or no no no i didn't like the
1:17:45
need the magic vaccine
1:17:47
i thought that was okay yeah it was a
1:17:50
tough one it's
1:17:51
and it's just not always easy it's not
1:17:53
always easy to do it
1:17:55
to select and it's certainly not
1:17:59
uh art for the newsletter and i wanted
1:18:01
to talk about that for a second which
1:18:03
was the one on page two at the top
1:18:05
okay which was the douchebag which
1:18:08
and i had to run that through uh
1:18:11
image recognition to see if that was
1:18:13
because it's i'm so unlike his
1:18:15
other her oh really not sure i think
1:18:17
it's a her
1:18:18
and you thought it might have been
1:18:20
bogativ
1:18:22
well it was too it was it was way over
1:18:24
the top slick
1:18:27
uh much more so than the usual article
1:18:30
which one was this
1:18:31
it was the same the same artwork was a
1:18:32
different one but no debate
1:18:34
it's the one that's on the top of page
1:18:36
two on the far left oh i'm sorry
1:18:40
let me see which one it is it's the
1:18:41
laughing icons
1:18:43
from yes with the glow from europe with
1:18:46
the globe yeah
1:18:48
yeah so i would like to know i would
1:18:51
remind people that we have to be careful
1:18:52
about using other people so you thought
1:18:54
you thought it was
1:18:55
so but you confirmed that it was
1:18:56
original art well i couldn't find any
1:18:58
anything like it so i would have to
1:19:00
assume so good
1:19:03
build back better black that's a good
1:19:04
piece
1:19:06
that is a good piece yeah sign up for
1:19:08
the newsletter people you can sign up
1:19:10
on any show notes page it's available
1:19:12
everywhere and well artists should
1:19:14
definitely sign up so let me see if
1:19:15
their art gets picked
1:19:16
and a big shout out to tim who
1:19:19
has done the new website no
1:19:23
agendashow.com.com.net
1:19:24
and he's now added a search on each
1:19:27
episode page where you can search
1:19:29
the transcript oh my god
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it's crazy
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artist for episode 1273 and here are
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executive producers and associate
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executive producers who have supported
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the
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the show financial
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well this is a birthday show so we're
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gonna have some good numbers here
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uh and you're what you're 56 years old
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today
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that's correct today 56.
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and we start off with the and people are
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so happy to say
1:20:24
happy birthday that we start off with
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anonymous
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happy birthday but i don't want you to
1:20:29
know who i am
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so anonymous says um
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oh it came at 1274.56 wow
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what is this number for oh
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much to say no it's episodes happy
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birthday adam hey it's an episode 12 74.
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12 74. uh happy birthday adam and happy
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thursday john no jingles no karma 1274
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for the episode
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56 for my age thank you thank you
1:21:03
anonymous
1:21:03
yeah thank you wow that's very cool room
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for that
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no no no no no no troll room just me
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otaku sur otaku the duke of the north
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east texas and the red river valley from
1:21:15
louisville texas came in with another
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1274 so we have two
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wow two episodes show club members geez
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that doesn't happen
1:21:22
we've had a show club member for six
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months that's longer maybe
1:21:26
wow thank you so much see sure
1:21:30
short comment happy birthday adam
1:21:31
earlier this week i cancelled my nhl
1:21:33
season tickets due to the game walk out
1:21:35
so i thought i would send a portion of
1:21:37
the refund to help with the show
1:21:38
wow that's just a portion of the refund
1:21:41
i hate politics in my sports and would
1:21:43
rather listen to the two i agree
1:21:45
a lot of people feel that way that's why
1:21:47
i've always stayed away from sports i
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knew it would suck eventually
1:21:50
um i hate politics in my sports and
1:21:53
would rather listen to the two of you
1:21:55
anyway yeah notice no s now that
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barbecue competitions are going strong
1:22:00
again ah we know who this is i need some
1:22:02
jcd mac and cheese karma as i get ready
1:22:05
to
1:22:06
compete in two back-to-back steak
1:22:08
competitions in northwest
1:22:10
texas this coming weekend hopefully i'll
1:22:12
get a call
1:22:13
to help defray the cost of competing uh
1:22:16
john i need to send you my award-winning
1:22:18
competitive a competition recipe so you
1:22:20
can try your hand at some one bite
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wonders
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blessed with smoke and great flavors
1:22:25
seventy three i am all in don't forget
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john at dvorak.org just send me uh the
1:22:30
recipes and i'll try them out
1:22:32
uh and he is kilo5 victor zulu sir otaku
1:22:37
duke of the northeast a duke of
1:22:38
northeast texas and the red river valley
1:22:41
and we say uh thank you very much for
1:22:44
your courage
1:22:45
and 73 from kilo 5 alpha charlie
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charlie no that's not the one i wanted i
1:22:52
like chocolate that's not the mac and
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cheese
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well it's uh it's fine hold on
1:23:01
let me he wants it who cares he of
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course people you're radioactive
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you're radioactive let me get the geiger
1:23:08
counter
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[Music]
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yep yep radioactive
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mac and cheese there you go got it
1:23:23
genius of sound effects
1:23:26
sir julian comes in from morgan hill
1:23:28
california with a nice big
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56-56 wow
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wow 565 60 cents that's a pretty good
1:23:36
one it's great
1:23:38
very creative uh happy birthday adam my
1:23:41
best three quarters also wanted to
1:23:43
donate
1:23:44
to say thank you for providing a valid
1:23:46
covet death chart since the m5m isn't
1:23:48
showing that data
1:23:50
yes we had a death chart on in the
1:23:52
newsletter that was
1:23:54
showing the real and what and what what
1:23:57
is the actual breakdown what was the
1:23:58
surprising
1:23:59
it's it's like it's just a loop-de-loop
1:24:01
it goes up we got the big thing
1:24:02
you know in the early year then it came
1:24:04
down and then we reopened it came up a
1:24:06
little bit
1:24:06
very little now it's down to next to
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nothing right
1:24:11
massive official number so we could
1:24:12
that's not the m5m numbers mascot
1:24:16
uh so thank you sir julia karma or
1:24:19
anything no no no no no it's just
1:24:21
sending it out
1:24:21
i'm gonna move on to benjamin natis46315
1:24:26
from san francisco
1:24:28
i started reading the newsletter
1:24:29
thinking i should donate for adam's
1:24:30
birthday
1:24:31
then i clicked on john's linked epoch
1:24:33
times article detailing the downfall of
1:24:36
new york city
1:24:37
slowly and surely i was dragged down i
1:24:40
then closed it and finished john's
1:24:41
newsletter and witnessed the amazing elf
1:24:44
animated gif at the end my spirits were
1:24:47
raised
1:24:48
jcd's excellent animations on top of
1:24:51
graphs and quality text
1:24:53
convinced me that the baron of san
1:24:55
francisco much must reach the next level
1:24:57
yes with my july contributions of 203.52
1:25:00
and 333.33 i now reached four thousand
1:25:03
dollars
1:25:04
given me with this 416 15.
1:25:08
reverend manning clip will do just fine
1:25:10
happy birthday adam well thank you so
1:25:12
much
1:25:12
they're saying that all hell is going to
1:25:15
break loose and you're going to need a
1:25:16
bitcoin
1:25:17
so does he get a new title is there
1:25:20
attention well he didn't ask for
1:25:21
anything so i'm going to ask him to send
1:25:23
us a note
1:25:23
yes i think this is barren territory
1:25:27
yeah well he's already a baron now so
1:25:30
he's going to be
1:25:31
up he's up higher than that
1:25:34
yeah send us a note where you want that
1:25:36
the baron must reach the next level
1:25:38
okay oh he's got okay he's going still
1:25:40
he's still moving up
1:25:41
okay you can read the next one uh see
1:25:43
mike in kansas city ah yes
1:25:46
uh actually he see mike in kansas city
1:25:48
but i don't know if he
1:25:49
lives there it doesn't matter happy
1:25:50
birthday podfather oh howdy to jcd as
1:25:53
well
1:25:54
it was with chagrin and amusement that i
1:25:56
heard my friend adam and rock island
1:25:58
call me out on sunday show
1:26:00
it has been a couple of years since i
1:26:01
donated so i am a bit overdue
1:26:03
please deduce me you've been deduced
1:26:08
even more overdue is my becoming an
1:26:10
executive producer i've been a fan of
1:26:11
adam's work since early 2005 when i
1:26:14
discovered the daily source code and was
1:26:15
instantly hooked on podcasting
1:26:18
i wrote the server side code for several
1:26:20
podcast websites helped friends start
1:26:22
their own podcast
1:26:23
and was even part of the talent ensemble
1:26:25
aha
1:26:26
at the daily morse code well that was
1:26:29
still a thing
1:26:30
holy crap we were doing
1:26:34
i think we were doing um podcasts of
1:26:37
morse code
1:26:40
wow i know yeah no one got laid on the
1:26:44
team
1:26:45
listening to no agenda and taking notes
1:26:47
about the craft of podcasting including
1:26:49
john's
1:26:49
sagacious insights and observations has
1:26:52
saved me a lot of money and time over
1:26:54
the years allowing me to spend that time
1:26:56
and money with my smoking hot wife and
1:26:58
our nine
1:26:59
nine human resources
1:27:04
oh man thank you i thought i was tired
1:27:07
after a rogan
1:27:08
uh thank you for the years of excellent
1:27:10
media deconstruction and the de facto
1:27:12
school of podcasting it's not for
1:27:14
nothing that this is called the best
1:27:16
podcast
1:27:17
in the universe and then he says he
1:27:19
wants algo's algos
1:27:20
he actually sent it to me we're all
1:27:22
gonna die he wants an atlas shrugged
1:27:25
and a special dvorak dot org slash
1:27:29
n a which i have here any karma to go
1:27:33
no we're good he says love you big hair
1:27:36
hope you win
1:27:37
let's see mike in kansas city where the
1:27:38
c stands for chucklehead thank you very
1:27:40
much
1:27:41
mike it's very much appreciated i'm i'm
1:27:43
happy you've been along for the ride man
1:27:44
thank you for all you've done for
1:27:45
podcasting algos
1:27:47
algos and more algos we're all gonna die
1:27:52
[Applause]
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dot org
1:28:00
cute i like the algos one that she was
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