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February 13th, 2022 • 3h 19m

1425: Brain Fog

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Why am I shouting?
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Adam curry? Jhansi divorce Sunday February 13 2022. This is
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your award winning keep our nation media assassination
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episode 1425 This is no agenda. Watching the science James
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broadcasting live from the heart of the Texas Hill Country here.
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Number six in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry from
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Northern
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Silicon Valley where I admit I was wrong about the duck masks.
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I'm Jesse Dvorak.
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Wow, that must have really bothered you. That was what two
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weeks ago no, it was two shows ago two shows ago. Yeah, well,
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two shows two weeks. They actually sell masks that you put
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on like a duck is my Understand. Yes. Well, this is not a bad
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premium idea.
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Well, here's the funny thing about Yeah, if you just make him
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yellow, right. That's the mistake they're making. Yes.
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This this mask never existed in 95 It's never existed before in
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this shaped it looking like this. No,
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I don't know why that happened. It's because somebody
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they're very mocking us.
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That's probably right on actually now think about it.
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Hey, I know a great idea. Let's make these idiots look like
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ducks by Yeah, yeah, of course. That would be our number one
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meeting. Item. All right, today. Creative Work masking company.
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We need a little fun in our lives. I got an idea. What can
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we do next? What else could we come up with? Seriously, this
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god piece?
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COVID COVID codpiece.
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Ooh. All right, right around it right. Coming up with show
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titles already. COVID codpiece speaking of COVID Yes, ladies
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and gentlemen. Speaking of COVID I have the COVID. Still.
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Yes, I want to also think Judy Schwartz for the sending in this
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tongue drum. She sent a lot of stuff in somebody. There's two
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people that are sending me these weird instruments. Just want to
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thank anyway. Okay, continue. I'm sorry. Go. You still have
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it? I thought you'd be over it by now.
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Ah, well, I'd like to give you a brief report. After our show on
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Sunday, I was without a doubt, fatigued and fogged
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you were you were complaining about this near Thursday?
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I'm sorry. Not Sunday, Thursday. At the end of the first show. It
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was spent. I was spent?
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No it no would notice.
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One point during the I think something like maybe the meetups
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or something. I actually started speaking Dutch. I don't think
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you caught it. But it's just for no reason Dutch started coming
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out. Yeah, I mean that. And I think that Well, that's a part
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of the two symptoms that you read about the most is obviously
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you're fatiguing Duchess.
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Yes. Yes.
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Speaking in tongues, no, I think it's the fog that people call it
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the brain fog, which I disagree with as a descriptor of what it
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is. And I'm pretty in tune with my body and particularly the
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brain part. And so after the show, I mean, it was really
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really tired. And then Friday and had a had a really sweaty
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night horrible like, had to change three times, Friday. My
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legs were tired. And this what people are calling brain fog had
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set in. And I want to try and describe it because it's not
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something I've ever felt before it's not a fog. Because I think
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with the flu, you can feel foggy, you know, like a woolly
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maybe is it better
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to sound sick again, but that's me. I think you're just I think
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you're too this is it? You're acting and you proving that you
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can Okay, then I'm a great if you were acting you'd sound
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sick. I'm sorry. You're definitely not acting. You're
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just it's just a strange phenomenon. Like this is a dog.
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I sweat is so much the bed was wet. We had to buy a new
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mattress.
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I learned a long time ago in my 40 year broadcast career, right?
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Never missed a broadcast that the easiest way to not have that
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is to just push yourself over it and be happy and glad you got a
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job. And that is and that makes it sound good. So
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okay, I'm sorry, I interrupted. That's okay. Like you were
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talking about brain fog and knew he had an example of it. Well,
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not an example, but I don't think it's the right descriptor.
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There's something like this. Imagine your brain frequencies
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is a special Drum. Yeah, like equalizer graph is for people
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who can you know, and so I'm with everything's popping up and
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down and the levels we are. Yeah, exactly. It feels like
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somewhere around 2028 kilo hertz or something. One of those is
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not working, or it's, it's Fritzi. And because of that,
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there's certain things and that was Friday and Saturday, there's
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certain things just like, I can't focus on this one thing,
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or here's an example. I was, I was cleaning out this. Tina was
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doing the dishes and you were doing the pots and pans which
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you don't put in the dishwasher. We're just washing my hand. And
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I was and we have a drawer for that. And, you know, stuff goes
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in a certain way, John, I could not figure out the puzzle. And
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it's just like, This is weird. I can't do this. I can't give up.
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So kind of felt the same way. Saturday, Friday night was also
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pretty bad night. And I woke up this morning. I feel I mean, I
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really feel good. I do not feel this frizziness now I am
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sneezing a bit. And you can see I'm a little nasal Lee. I don't
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have the pain. The lower back were the torso or the trunk
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pain, you know, around my, my lower back and everything. My
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legs don't feel tired. However, I am still testing positive.
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Or what I missed it.
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I I'm still testing positive as of five minutes before the show
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that Yeah, but that yeah, that's just fragments. Yes. But there's
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a huge problem with this. I cannot in any good conscience go
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to the meetup. Tomorrow in Nashville, if I'm still testing
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positive.
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I would think that's what Yes, I think you're probably
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right. But it's it's it's gut wrenching to me. Because the
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number of people who are coming I mean, there's we've got Mary
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who's driving across country in her Econoline 350 that she lives
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in. I mean, we've got people driving from far away to be at
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this meetup and I'm really bummed about it. That really
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sucks. This is where you say something compassionate.
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It's terrible. But yeah, it is.
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And I do want everybody to
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you might be okay by
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tomorrow. Well, John, John, John, John, even if you don't
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even if you test negative if you're still shedding virus for
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a few days, and we have people at the meetup who are vaccinated
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I don't want them to get really sick from this thing
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it's a good point
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you know, these are our people and and you know what, all we
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need is for for someone to be it's find out that I went to the
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meetup and Felicity Oh, look at this a hole. And then they'll be
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waiting for me to die of COVID so I don't want that karma ear
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because that's what they do a podcast.
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Yeah, you don't want to be a Rogen.
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I mean, as this is really, this has not been as severe as anyone
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made it, I think, or made it out to be for me at least. And I'm a
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57 year old man. I smoke weed. I drink wine. I don't work out
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excessively really? I think the blister pack I think that's what
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did it I just all of that stuff. It was what is it total this is
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another six days of five days. And I'm I really feel really
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good today.
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Okay, well he looks like he's you screwed all these people are
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coming to see you.
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That's, that's supposed to make me feel better. So like you said
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to be sympathetic. I'm sympathetic to them. Feel bad.
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Dame Jennifer has said because of course, we contacted Sir
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Patrick Coble, and Dame Jennifer. And Dame Jennifer is
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the designated receiver if anyone has stuff that they
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brought. Lots of people also bring donations on the spot. And
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she has been designated she'll do a spreadsheet for us, etc.
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And she she will have a report. Yeah. Well, Jennifer, man, come
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on. She is nice. So I'm very very sorry for everyone who was
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going to come to that meetup and we will reschedule and I think
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we're already planning on something in North Carolina in
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April which maybe could bring some of the same people back and
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we would love to return out go back to Tennessee. Just sucks
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what it is.
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But you having this thing now is dangerous for different reasons
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than you'd think. Because i They've finally the NPR is, I
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guess the only people I've heard promote this. Okay, but they've
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decided that to the last ditch effort. Oh, okay. People to get
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the vaccine Before this is done, it is actually already past due.
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I agree. They've come up with some bogus studies that are so
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transparently wrong. That is laughable. And I think it
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applies to you because if any of these studies are true, you're
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in trouble, but I don't believe a word of it. Okay. How about
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this clip COVID new studies, the US
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Department of Veterans Affairs did this study on heart issues.
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If reports COVID-19 survivors had a 63%, higher risk for a
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heart attack, a 69%, higher risk of irregular heartbeats of 52%,
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higher risk of stroke and a 72%. higher risk of heart failure.
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This was clearly seen in all ages, no matter what race or
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gender, the department adds, it's even a risk for people who
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didn't go to the hospital and those with mild symptoms.
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Another study adds COVID vaccines using MRI and a
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technology don't have any additional short term side
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effects. Cancer Patient Wow.
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Yeah, I saw this. I didn't get a good clip. I saw the article.
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And you look at that, and you go you Mr. Efforts. Are you kidding
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me? I mean, this is such a, first of all, I think it's
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bullcrap. You know, all of a sudden, a new study, study after
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two years of this thing, and this, obviously milder variant
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would be weird if that's the one that caused all the problems.
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But it kind of goes hand in hand with what they're saying in the
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UK about the sports, the soccer players falling down dead on the
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fields, you know what they say the reason is,
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oh, I can just imagine it is the
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they get startled from the referee whistle.
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What? Yes, I'm not kidding.
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There's nothing wrong with the vaccines people are getting
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startled by the vaccine by the by the the ref whistle, and then
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that all of a sudden jolt them in.
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Oh, my God. Well, you know, this all this happened, this
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particular report happened after this release of the data. that's
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since been jiggered by the government by the Defense
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Department that yeah, yes. Yeah. Because the core to it was the
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40% 50% 3,000% 2,000%. More likely. So this report follows
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the same pattern of Oh, you guys. 75%. More like the 80%.
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You know, the same kind of thing. So it kind of sounds like
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the other report. So it kind of like
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you're saying they had to put this report or this report was a
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derivative of the rigging of the of the of the demand from the
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Department of Defense. Wow.
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Yeah. She's obvious because of the timing. Yeah, yeah. Yeah.
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No, Shannon does accomplish one thing. And a little bit at the
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end, you kind of leftover, but it was the bogus thing about the
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mRNA vaccine. It had nothing to do with the rest of it. But they
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said, it doesn't know scientists, by the end of it
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again, because it wasn't about the report. Any of this other
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stuff was, but it was associative is one of those
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things where you and then the MRA and blah, blah, blah, but
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listen to it carefully, because it's got nothing to do with
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anything,
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the department answer, it's even a risk for people who didn't go
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to the hospital and those with mild symptoms. Another study
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adds COVID vaccines using MMR and a technology don't have any
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additional short term side effects in cancer patients.
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Yeah, it's like a double whammy. Is it just saying hey, by the
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way, if you got a heart problem, that's COVID. And the vaccines
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don't cause that, and they certainly don't cause any
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problems if you got cancer. That's what they
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give away on this report. What was that the beginning of it,
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where they say, there was no difference between race or
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gender or age listen
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again to the whole thing.
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The US Department of Veterans Affairs did the study on heart
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issues. It reports COVID-19 survivors had a 63% higher risk
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for a heart attack, a 69%, higher risk of irregular
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heartbeats of 52% higher risk of stroke and a 72% higher risk of
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heart failure. This was clearly seen in all ages, no matter what
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race or gender that happened. And even for people who didn't
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go to the hospital and those with mild symptoms, another
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study as COVID vaccines using mRNA technology don't have any
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additional short term side effects in cancer patients.
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I'm glad we listen to that again, for a couple of reasons.
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One, what they're leaving out is the obvious difference between
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civilians and and these numbers. You're in the military who the
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hell knows what's going on there? But of course, they would
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mention that and it's based on phony, the Gosh, it's so
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obvious. That's the phony numbers.
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Well, you can't I've never seen a study and there's plenty of
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them. We have Glenstone passed around. Would you have no
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difference in age, gender? A race that just not never
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happens. There's always a difference in age for sure.
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Always. Yeah. And there tends to be one with gender and there
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tends to be one with the race. There tends to be all of them.
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Not none of them. Well, his whole crap. Here's
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what happens when you're in the military. Then if you're a
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member of the Black and Brown community, you will not be
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disproportionately hurt by COVID Go military. Bullshit. It's
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bullshit. It's that's that is. That is really one of the most
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pathetic things I've ever seen. And Howard, so we're pretty
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level MPR Yeah, we're pretty level headed. You know, I saw
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this. I saw this this article, and I'm not worried about that.
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That's bull crap. First thing I thought, but imagine people who
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have a mild case. Oh, oh, for up to a year. Oh, I mean, that
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could give you agita right there?
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Yeah, don't let a referee's whistle come by drop you on the
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spot
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so this is all part racist
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would die you know or you are not racist. I'm sorry. Rapists
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do when when their whistle and they carry whistle. Oh, did it.
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The New York Times wrote this morning. Yesterday morning, when
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facts change. One of the few COVID truisms is that policy
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should change as reality changes. A world without
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vaccines calls for more restrictions than a world with
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vaccines. When case I
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said it said reality change. Yes, yes. Oh, yeah. They use the
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word reality itself.
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Yes. David Leonard in the New York Times.
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Reality Reality itself, which is a constant?
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Yep. No, no, it's changed changes. It's changing. Again.
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One of the few COVID truisms is that policies should change as
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reality changes beautiful. A world without vaccines calls for
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more restrictions than a world without vaccines. When cases are
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surging, and hospitals are overwhelmed, as was the case
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last month, more restrictions make sense. If hospitalizations
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and deaths keep falling continued steps towards normalcy
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will make sense. We have to be able to act differently when the
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situation changes. It's really a conversation. The answer will
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not spring forth from science. But it's
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a conversation now. Yeah.
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And science will not we don't have to follow the science
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because the answer doesn't spring forth from science. What
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kind of conversation? What kind of English is that? Anyway? The
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answer will not spring forth from science.
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If the editor should have caught that you can put some like that
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in New York Times.
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Isn't that kind of lame? shall spring for
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ahead we go.
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Scientists changed everybody. Yes. Beautiful. Beautiful,
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beautiful, beautiful. Okay, so we can talk about why don't you
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whatever you have on on COVID. Maybe we should just do that.
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I got a couple I don't have a lot. But I have let's just play
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this as a dumb. Another DME report on reinfections.
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We're moving into the third year of the pandemic, and a lot of
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people have now had COVID-19. In fact, scientists estimate the
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vast majority of Americans have been infected at some point. By
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the end of this month, it might be 80% of us at one time who had
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been infected. So here's a question if most of us have been
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infected or vaccinated or vaccinated and infected, can we
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just return to normal now? Well, maybe not. But we've been asking
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NPR global health correspondent Mike Lane do cliff to figure out
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what this does mean either McLean. Hi, Steve. Where does
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that 80% figure come from?
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You know, it's hard to know exactly the percentage because
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many COVID cases go undetected. And as we'll learn, there can be
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reinfections. But roughly researchers at Georgia Tech
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estimate that before omachron, about 40% of Americans had been
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infected. And researchers at the University of Washington predict
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about 40% of Americans will catch Omicron.
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So 40% plus 40%. That's 80%. That's most of us. Does that
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mean that most people whether they're vaccinated or not have
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some protection from the disease?
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Yes, so they are protected in a particular way. So what
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scientists are beginning to realize is having a symptomatic
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infection typically triggers a strong immune response and gives
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good protection against severe disease in future surges. Live
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aboard dad has been researching this topic for over a year. He's
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an epidemiologist at Weill Cornell medicine cutter. And in
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a recent study, he measured a person's risk of getting
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hospitalized during their second infection compared to their
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first
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those who get reinfected. Had 90% lower chance of getting
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hospital The lies than those who had a primary infection.
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And he says there's growing evidence that this protection
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last quite a long time, perhaps a few years.
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Well, so you have a tiny fraction of the odds of going to
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the hospital with a serious illness if you catch it again.
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Yes, it's it's quite extraordinary. And over time, it
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will be less of a problem for society as a whole.
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It's quite extraordinary what we've learned when you have
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natural infection, you probably won't get it again. Whoa, whoa,
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whoa, silence. What is wrong with these people? Do they hear
20:33
themselves? Say, obviously, don't I have a data point I
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forgot to mention. Yeah. So the keeper, you know, we're not
20:42
quarantining, we're not kissing and hugging. But we're not
20:45
quarantining, we sleep in the same bed. She is fine. And the
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data point is, what? Well, I just have a data point, as you
20:54
and I had been trying to figure it out, what is the difference?
20:55
What are you doing? What are you doing, etc. Here's the only
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thing that I that I typically take every day potassium. And
21:04
the potassium that I have is a liquid form and a dropper. And
21:08
you put it in your glass of water. And it tastes like ass. I
21:11
mean, it's total sweat socks app. Okay, it's horrible. So
21:15
sometimes I just stopped to take it. Well, sometimes I stopped
21:20
taking it cuz like a gag, I don't want to take I'll take it
21:22
tomorrow. I hadn't taken it for a week. And then I got the
21:28
COVID. Tina eats two bananas a day. I'm just saying it could be
21:33
a data point. It
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could be potassium at all. No.
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But it's a data point for her. You don't get out. That's why
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you're not infected. You're hurt. Actually. You're a hermit.
21:47
Oh, but don't worry. We've got a an Omicron vaccine a special
21:52
vaccine on the way. And how do we know this? The CEO of Pfizer
21:56
told us he said something interesting, though, what
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information
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are you expecting to get over the next couple of weeks, both
22:02
from within Pfizer and biontech. And also from around the world,
22:06
we found that South Africa didn't last night, we know that
22:08
academic labs everywhere are working on this, how will you
22:12
make that decision about whether those three doses are enough? Or
22:16
if you do need to switch to that omachron specific vaccine, which
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we understand you started working on already and could
22:22
have by March,
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the data that we received our data that we got from what we
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call to the virus so it's not the real virus, it is a virus
22:33
that we have constructed in our labs and it is identical with
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the Omicron virus. This is a very well known study.
22:42
Okay, so they created this with the pseudo virus. Why would he
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even mention that? I mean, does is that important for us to
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know? Or is there a reason why they can't do it with the actual
22:52
Omicron virus variant?
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Well, you've asked the question I can't answer even come close
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to figuring it out.
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That's why I thought it was so weird. Just this thing really
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exist or you just you can't get a culture. You can't isolate it.
23:09
So you've created something in the lab that's like it. This
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This has been the problem all along. Looking back on on the
23:15
vaccines. It's always been well, you know, this variance worse
23:20
and we know because we've tested it in the lab and are more
23:23
transmissible in the lab. All the stuff has been in the lab.
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I don't know. Maybe we get a virologist out there somebody we
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have a lot of lab workers to make come up with an answer with
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or maybe put it in there show off to his compadres that they
23:38
could even do something like like he described, that might be
23:41
hot thing, you know, did that oh, that's impossible.
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Did you know Did you and horror which short Pfizer and Maderna
23:51
at the top there? Did you guys talk about that at all wish? You
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know this is so their stock prices are definitely going
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down. And this this thing going and I'm just telling you because
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you're the guy that knows about this stuff. There was this rumor
24:06
or you know, presented as fact for the past three days. And it
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goes like this. Madrid Maderna CEO deletes his Twitter after
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dumping $400 million
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a stack.
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Now his Twitter has been deleted. But there's no evidence
24:25
he dumped $400 million worth of stock that would I think show up
24:30
in a real financial publications
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shop. There's a there's probably a couple dozen people that
24:37
follow insider trading to the tee had to file Yeah, proceed
24:41
with the SEC when you do that if you're a director of any company
24:45
and you sell your own stock or buy your own stock for that
24:48
matter. Are you even when you flip a an option? Yeah, it's
24:53
yes, we will be recording it that's on record and then it's
24:56
very easy to follow so that it less it's listed somewhere. It's
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built
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Crap. Now it is true that the modernist
25:03
must dumped a lot of SpaceX and Tesla,
25:07
but that was a couple like a month ago. Must have been a
25:11
while back.
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Yeah, me. But most people when they're selling their stock, is
25:14
it like a rule for people who want to base trading on
25:17
insiders, you can only you can trust to buy but you can't trust
25:23
to sell, because most people doing the selling is nice and
25:26
they want to get some cash.
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Right. Although, although I remember Ron Blum bought stock
25:35
in think new ideas, the company that we took public, and he got
25:39
in real trouble for it with the SEC, even though he bought
25:42
stock. And I don't know exactly if it was a filing issue, but
25:48
the
25:49
it tends to be there's there's these quiet periods where you
25:52
can buy stock and you can't buy stock. And then you have to file
25:56
Yeah, and if there's something going on, like within a few days
25:59
of the of the earnings report or something that you do you have
26:01
to do, there's rules for when you can buy and there's rules
26:06
for when you can sell.
26:07
I just said that because when when there's buying then you
26:12
know that can mean certain things to it is usually it means
26:15
that was good. Good is happening. Yeah, certain goods
26:17
happening, usually let's forget anyway, I just want to tell all
26:21
of our producers who kept insisting that this was true,
26:24
and I'm sorry, it's just not and I say please send me a link to a
26:29
source and that send me like the the Maderna stock chart. Look,
26:33
it's down. Okay, that's about us to ship products
26:37
about my advice to all these people stay out of the market.
26:41
If you don't know what you're doing. Also, I realized take
26:45
your money, there's this ongoing controversy over Bob Saget death
26:51
and now the autopsy report shows multiple so initially of course,
26:57
it's got to be the VAX the booster and now there's this
27:01
crazy autopsy report that shows he had multiple fractures as if
27:05
someone beat him with a baseball bat in the head. And and so now
27:10
there's just theory after theory after theory going around, like
27:14
why would he get beaten up like that and then go to bed with it,
27:17
you know? And then of course he died of a brain hemorrhage. And
27:20
I have a very simple answer. It's one of the number one
27:23
causes of death in the entire world. It happens all the time.
27:28
Sadly people slip in the bathroom guarantee that's what
27:32
happened. He slipped he hit his head maybe he slipped in the tub
27:36
hit his head a couple times when our crap and then went to bed.
27:40
Don't you think be I think that's a little more viable than
27:44
no gangs? Ms. 13
27:47
I always say it became such a big focus, but
27:50
well, because he's a very loved man. Yes.
27:56
I mean, from full house. Yeah, my daughter grew up with him.
28:00
Oh, yes. I never saw any of that stuff I would say get is to me
28:03
was always just a random stand up and a guy who was the host of
28:09
Funniest Home Videos for a while. Yes, I know. He liked it
28:13
doing that show. I don't know how much we must have been
28:15
making money hand over
28:16
my caught a lot of money. Yeah, but that's why he was on his
28:20
comedy tour. Anyway, there's a good analysis of the UK
28:27
government data of fully vaccinated Britons. And they did
28:34
a pretty good job of charting everything out and the headline
28:39
they make out of it. Here we go. The latest UK health security
28:44
agency vaccine surveillance report figures show that
28:46
boosters massively accelerate immune system degradation, and
28:51
that most triple or double vaccinated people in the United
28:53
Kingdom may develop a new form of COVID-19 vaccine induced
28:59
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome by the end of February
29:03
2022.
29:05
Oh god what a horrible thing to fight read about if you had to
29:10
be boosted.
29:11
Yes. And then you understand the page will be in the show notes
29:13
and you look at the charts, they have the data they have the
29:16
source to the data. I mean, they're calling it the just call
29:22
it I want to get it right. The immunodeficiency here's the
29:28
vaccine induced Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, which
29:33
yes, is what AIDS also is. And the the reason why this is just
29:38
creepier is when you see Prince Harry coming out Prince Harry,
29:43
this is in the Guardian everyone's favorite. Yeah,
29:45
everyone's favorite Prince Harry says get tested for HIV to
29:49
protect others in the same way as for COVID.
29:54
If you got HIV from the shot does not translate missable
30:01
well, they're forgetting all of the things we learned about HIV,
30:05
everything. Now, I've always questioned whether HIV is
30:10
transmissible the way they say it is, or, you know, there's
30:13
lots of questions I have a whole nother topic HIV. Yeah, we're
30:17
not we're not going to go in there but but that is very
30:22
remarkable again all of a sudden everything's about a daisy Daisy
30:27
Oh age everywhere What's the age back boys back in the in the
30:31
news. Now there's there's good news in the UK they have a an
30:38
entire fund for you if you were damaged by vaccination. And and
30:46
just because I have the details, I'd like you to know what in the
30:49
UK you can get, which is not in the United States if you're
30:54
severely disabled as a result of a vaccination against certain
30:57
diseases. Okay, so I don't know if that includes COVID You can
31:02
get a one off tax free payment of 120,000 pounds. This is
31:06
called a vaccine damage payment. That's a lot of money. I mean,
31:12
not if you're permanently disabled.
31:14
No, but it's at least there's something in an eye with a sharp
31:17
stick.
31:17
Yeah. So yeah.
31:21
I have one last one last clip on COVID. We don't have I don't
31:24
have a lot of COVID today. Yeah, I have a couple you have all the
31:27
COVID. I got the COVID. So let's go with this last one, which is
31:32
the admission of guilt clip
31:34
that and maybe they've been vaccinated and infected. Does
31:37
that mean they won't get COVID? Again, you know, that
31:39
was the hope, right that once we're all vaccinated and had
31:41
about a COVID, we wouldn't catch COVID Again, but Jeffrey
31:45
Townsend at Yale University says with this virus, that's not
31:48
going to happen.
31:49
Yes, three infections are possible. In fact, they're
31:52
pretty much inevitable, that at least all the evidence that we
31:55
have now says that's true.
31:57
Some of that evidence comes from Townsend and his colleagues
31:59
setting the other coronaviruses which are related to SARS, cov.
32:03
Two, but are different. These viruses cause the common cold.
32:06
They are in fact in the in fact on a you know, several year
32:10
timescale. And there's no reason to expect something different
32:14
from this virus.
32:15
He says the risk of reinfection is very low for about three to
32:18
six months right after you're sick. But then the risk grows
32:21
and many people will be reinfected every year to
32:26
okay, there's a subtle change in language, which I've noticed,
32:29
and I heard it in one of our earlier clips. Omicron Omicron
32:35
is not called a variant. It's called a virus. It's Omicron
32:39
Omicron. They don't call it a variant anymore. They're called
32:43
they're saying this virus. We heard the other clips we played
32:48
before this I was talking about not about the variant. No, no,
32:50
this virus, like the Pfizer's CEO, this virus, not this
32:54
variant, this virus what how does that work?
32:58
Well, this is obviously part of the withdrawal. Yeah. But what,
33:05
what does it accomplish? Does it try to take out of the minds of
33:08
the listeners that these variants are like these nasty
33:11
little beings that are going to come in? Come at us every which
33:14
way? Or how about
33:15
this? How about this case, not COVID?
33:20
You know, the thing is about the origins of Omicron is not the
33:24
same, it doesn't come from the same stemmed from the same
33:27
branches of the other variants. It's, it looks like a standalone
33:32
to we're just being jacked around. Let's face it, this last
33:38
clip I played, which is the one that I consider to be a whopper
33:41
clip, which means what if you listen to it carefully, she
33:47
says, you get shot, you can get a million vaccines, you can get
33:51
the disease over and over again, nothing, that nothing helps.
33:54
Let's listen to it one more time that didn't maybe they've been
33:56
vaccinated and infected. Does that mean they won't get COVID?
33:59
Again, you know,
34:00
that was the hope right that once for all vaccinated and had
34:03
about a COVID We wouldn't catch COVID. Again, this is
34:06
NPR John. Yes, it is. Okay. So this has got to stop
34:12
vaccination.
34:14
Good. And maybe they've been vaccinated and infected. Does
34:17
that mean they won't get COVID again,
34:19
you know, that was the hope right? That once we're all
34:21
vaccinated outta COVID COVID. But Jeffrey,
34:26
mentioning it now. I can't stop hearing it. We're gonna let's
34:28
do it one more time, and maybe they've been vaccinated. And
34:32
there we go. There we go. That was the hope, right, that once
34:35
we're all vaccinated and had about a COVID wouldn't catch
34:39
COVID Again, but Jeffrey Townsend at Yale University says
34:42
with this virus, that's not going to happen. Yes, three
34:45
infections are possible. In fact, they're pretty much
34:48
inevitable that at least all the evidence that we have now says
34:51
that's true.
34:52
So, evidence comes from Townsend and his colleagues setting the
34:55
other coronaviruses which are related to SARS. cov two but are
34:58
different, these matters. is caused the common cold.
35:01
They all in fact and reinfect on a, you know, several year
35:05
timescale and there's no reason to expect something different
35:09
from this virus.
35:10
He says the risk of reinfection is very low for about three to
35:13
six months right after you're sick, but then the risk grows
35:17
and many people will be reinfected every year to the
35:21
talking about
35:21
the common flu. No exam but
35:24
the common cold common cold I'm sorry Coronavirus. Yeah.
35:27
But if if you remember two years ago, we were talking about the
35:33
fact that the Coronavirus was always said to be a virus that
35:40
had no there was no way of developing a vaccine for it. It
35:44
was not possible because of its idiosyncratic idiosyncrasies. Mm
35:50
hmm. And that's what we saw there. That was the litany. So
35:54
then they come up with this mRNA and this other idea, the the
36:00
vector vaccine from j&j. And it turns out that the original
36:06
thought was correct, is none of this stuff works. It's bold
36:09
crap.
36:10
Oh, and interestingly, Johnson and Johnson just announced they
36:14
have stopped production of its COVID vaccine.
36:18
What up with that?
36:21
I didn't hear this.
36:22
Let me see. Let me look. Let me let me reread carefully.
36:26
I'm sure you got it, but it's kind of a shocker that.com
36:31
That's not front page news.
36:33
Well, let me see here is Johnson Johnson has reportedly stopped
36:37
the production of its single dose COVID-19 vaccine and
36:40
there's a link to the Okay, here it is New York Times is that
36:45
good enough for you? Yeah. Okay. j&j pauses production of its
36:50
COVID vaccine despite persistent need. company says it still has
36:56
a million doses in inventory. That means they're going to
37:00
write that off is done. No one wants it or something. I from
37:04
what I understand here. No, no, no,
37:06
you nailed it right off. They have a million in inventory they
37:10
stopped production because it's just no one's done is over no
37:14
one's lining up for it. Yeah. You got a million in inventory
37:19
means they can't unload it. Yeah.
37:23
Man Oh, man. Yes
37:25
over this whole thing is done. It's a done deal.
37:28
Yet despite that T Mobile employees will be fired if they
37:33
are unvaccinated by April 2 By the end of February if they have
37:37
not had at least this is the same thing they did demote not
37:40
that mo work for T Mobile but the same the same basic concept
37:44
you will be put on leave unpaid leave so you can think about it.
37:49
And then if if you're not if you're not vaccinated by April
37:53
2, then you're fired now here's what's interesting. We have
37:57
brought this up and pretty quickly I started to get a lot
37:59
of emails and I'm well intended people. Dude, stop giving your
38:03
money to those a holes go to Patriot mobile. And I know the
38:11
industry a little bit so let me just tell you for those of you
38:14
who think you're doing everybody a solid by going to Patriot
38:18
mobile which I saw being promoted by Don Jr, which always
38:23
gives me pause. Patriot mobile runs on Sprint's network, which
38:28
is owned by T Mobile, which is owned by Deutsche Telekom, etc.
38:34
So Patriot mobile, sorry, it's not very patriotic to kind of
38:38
OPT you skate that obvious point. Unless you can see some
38:44
benefit to doing that John, put at&t. at&t is doing the same.
38:51
All the all the companies are doing the same to their
38:53
employees. As we learned that's because insurance companies are
38:57
forcing them into it. I don't have proof but
38:59
I probably we will. We should. We should track down the Genesis
39:04
and slam in other words that people want you to do something
39:08
like Patriot vote. Why don't you spend your time tracking down
39:12
the genesis of why this is happening in the first place of
39:15
the T Mobile employees and let's bust their balls. Let's find out
39:19
who they are. It's something like you said is probably an
39:22
insurance company or somebody like that. And it's go after
39:26
them instead of after t mobile's just doing trying to stay in
39:29
business the way I see it.
39:31
Yeah, if I get pushed back on this, you know, well, it's still
39:35
it's the it's the operator. It's not the network. Okay, I don't
39:40
know. I just just it's the same thing. Everything's tied
39:43
together. It's all crap. A holes. Hey, here's something
39:47
going back to our Oh, bad shit can happen if you're vaccinated.
39:51
I know. It's it's a no causation, but certainly,
39:57
correlation
39:58
at least 11 A motorcycle crash crashes have occurred here in
40:01
Austin within the last 72 hours of these almost all resulted in
40:05
serious injuries. At least four were fatal. That's odd.
40:12
That's odd. 11 motorcycle accidents in Austin in the past
40:16
over the weekend
40:18
was like to get that Navy pilot who crashed on the deck. Hmm. No
40:23
are these accidents that he said damn vaccine but
40:26
I know no i i watched the video and I listened to the audio. I
40:30
couldn't really hear him say it. So anyway, we do have a couple
40:35
quick updates. Just share with everybody on the COVID vaccine
40:39
fronds tonight as COVID restrictions loosened across the
40:42
country, parents of America's Youngest children grappling with
40:45
the news that Vaccines for Children six months to under
40:48
five have been put on hold Pfizer wait or trial data
40:52
delaying its request for FDA authorization of its vaccine for
40:56
that age group. For a few more months,
40:58
I think the more vaccines
41:00
for me the better to wait a few more months. If it's for safety.
41:04
I think it's a really good thing.
41:06
Pediatricians including those at Golden Gate pediatrics outside
41:09
San Francisco now telling parents to
41:11
be patient, like I
41:12
understand, but you know, I think there's a bit of a
41:14
letdown. But overall, it's better to get it right
41:18
then if anything, this should add some trust the general
41:21
public about how thoroughly the FDA looks at all data with
41:24
respect to safety and efficacy.
41:26
Hey, I'm noticing something else is going on with our mainstream
41:29
media. I'm hearing a lot of up talking and gay up talking. Have
41:37
you noticed this? Yeah. So it's it's more prevalent than ever.
41:43
And not that I have a problem with
41:44
a buddy with that, because I've been noticing it for a couple of
41:46
years.
41:48
Yeah, but this is a BS. Okay. Well, it just seems okay. I'm
41:52
noticing it because I'm, I'm less sensitive to it, I guess.
41:56
Yeah, that's exactly yeah. Goes because you got the brain fog.
42:00
Let's see what CDC says. So
42:02
on the one hand, the number of cases continues to go down,
42:05
which is great on the other 99% of the country.
42:11
This voice that you're playing now is the one that's I think is
42:14
a newer voice and is getting and this is the one you were
42:16
bitching about a minute ago at that woman who said vaccines.
42:22
This is the voice that's really getting on my nerves. Is perky
42:27
bull crap. Voice. Yes.
42:31
Oh, man, I have lots of that for you. So
42:33
on the one hand, the number of cases continues to go down,
42:36
which is great. Other mining
42:39
is like this. So this is CBS weekend. So it's kind of news.
42:43
But isn't that that kind of editorializing in a newscast? A
42:48
little weird, or is that not listed? Put this way, not what
42:51
you'd expect from the Tiffany news network? When she says, Oh,
42:55
this is great. You know what I mean?
42:59
It should be illegal.
43:01
Who is she to determine if it's great. Is she a medical expert?
43:04
Yeah. So on the one hand, the number of cases continues to go
43:08
down, which is great on the other 99% of the countries still
43:12
has high transmission rates. So some states are already
43:16
loosening restrictions, but the CDC is not budging on their
43:20
recommendations, what to do if their state leaders are telling
43:24
them something different than
43:26
this. What did she say? 99% of the nation has high transmission
43:33
rates.
43:34
Some states are almost listening, and percent you can
43:38
use to go down, which is great on the other 99% of the
43:42
countries still has high transmission rates. So
43:47
99% of the country. So what what's that 1% Do you think?
43:51
Well, I don't care about that. What is she talking about? I
43:54
haven't got a high transmission rate. Tina doesn't have I mean,
43:58
that's three out of the three people we know.
44:01
Maybe she's just talking about states. Just looking at 99%
44:05
of the country. Oh, maybe? Yeah. Very poorly put. Hello, CBS
44:11
either 99% of the country still has high transmission rates. So
44:17
some states are already loosening restrictions, but the
44:20
CDC is not budging on their recommendations. What should
44:24
someone do if their state leaders are telling them
44:27
something different than the CDC?
44:30
Up against stuff again? Let's go back into this math. 99% of the
44:37
states. Well, there's how many states are there? 50. Do you
44:41
have 99% of 50?
44:47
That's it. That's a good one. It would have to be it would have
44:49
to be 98%. If you had a state that was doing better. Am I
44:53
saying that right?
44:55
I think the new shirts 98 Might even be
44:59
if every time If every state is part of 100, then 100 each state
45:03
would be 2%. Yeah, okay, just simple. Let's let's COVID Fall
45:07
would be right COVID 99 you can have 99% It's not possible.
45:13
Unless you split the state in half and Canada's, I have a
45:16
state.
45:18
Well, maybe there's maybe the Austin is 1% by itself or
45:22
something? Yeah.
45:23
No, the reasons, you know, I'll tell you what it is. Yeah. Okay.
45:28
Just throw a numbers as
45:30
right. It's bullshit.
45:31
What should someone do if their state leaders are telling them
45:34
something different than the CDC?
45:37
Well, the key thing now is not just transmission rate, it's
45:40
hospitalization rate. And so when there is adequate space in
45:43
the hospital, we have oral drugs like the Pfizer drug and the
45:46
monoclonal antibodies that work, we can lower mast mandates and
45:50
go back to a new normal. The key is it's different all across the
45:54
country, depending on what city you live in. But transmission
45:57
rates are not the only metric now.
46:00
Oh, yes. It's not the only metric now. Okay. So first, he
46:05
said very specifically, monoclonal antibodies that work.
46:11
If you heard that. I did, it was catchy. The reason for that is
46:17
this clip I thought I had a clip about it. Yes, this is the
46:20
reason for that.
46:21
And when there's news on therapeutics tonight to fight
46:24
COVID, the FDA authorizing a new monoclonal antibody treatment
46:27
from Eli Lilly, they showed promising results in fighting
46:30
omachron to monoclonal antibody treatments previously, that were
46:34
doing well against the Delta variant to show not to be as
46:37
effective against omachron that Eli Lilly therapy we're told
46:40
will be given intravenously to infected patients at high risk
46:44
of severe illness with
46:46
another tool in the battle against the virus. Phil, thank
46:49
you. He was talking about Phil when he said another tool.
46:52
That's a different story. Hey, it looks like Eli Lilly was
46:57
tossed a bone. Hey, guys, like hey, come on, man. Guys.
47:03
What about us?
47:04
Are you trying to screw us man? Come on, bro. Next time, it'll
47:08
be something we got. We will let you in. Alright, do do
47:11
monoclonal antibody. Okay, thanks. We'll promote it right
47:15
away.
47:16
Yeah, but we had competition. Don't worry about we'll take
47:18
care of them. Take him off the market.
47:21
Okay. So it's no longer just transmissibility. How do they
47:26
measure that? Yeah, don't don't answer that. There's one other
47:31
important metric that will determine what we do any clues
47:35
any idea any thoughts what that metric will be? bone structure,
47:39
given how many states are now doing their own thing?
47:43
Do you see that? Oh, another find CBS term ladies and
47:47
gentlemen narrow. Hey, this is going back to the Oh wow.
47:52
Groovy. Do your own thing. Man. thing. What color's your
47:56
parachute
47:57
given? How many states are now doing their own thing? Do you
48:01
think that puts pressure on the CDC to change federal guidelines
48:05
at all?
48:06
Yeah, it's difficult at the CDC because there's not gonna be one
48:08
size fits all What the CDC needs to do is set parameters. If you
48:12
have this many hospital beds vacant, then it's okay to go to
48:15
these restrictions and have case numbers or x that you can go to
48:18
why? So it's gonna be different depending on where you live, and
48:21
it's not gonna be one size fits all from the CDC.
48:24
There you go. It's about the hospitals. Okay. Got it. Now
48:30
that you've depleted your hospital systems of staff. Yeah.
48:35
Now you want to punish us by wearing a face diaper just to
48:39
make you happy? Come on, what a bunch of dicks. Oh, so this is
48:45
happening everywhere. The backpedaling is in place. They
48:49
are rolling out their their their health professionals in
48:53
every state to let everybody know that the science has
48:56
changed. The science has changed. And realities change
48:59
reality itself has changed. Thank you. The New York Times
49:03
told me so. And nowhere was this better. shown that they are
49:10
they're bringing out the team that is supposed to break the
49:12
news. And I think we've seen resignations of several top
49:17
health state Health Medical Officers some doubted Yes,
49:22
maybe. So they have to bring in the second stringers off the
49:25
bench to let everybody know and kind of bring this message.
49:30
Yeah, the message is we're doing okay, but we have to be careful
49:34
the hospitals and man, the woman they had do this in Illinois,
49:39
Dr. elemi Emily Landon, as she's reading this from rescript I
49:44
think this takes the cake on on her speech and speech patterns
49:49
that that make us chuckle.
49:51
Make no mistake. Illinois today is not the day to stop the math
49:56
mandate. And that's why it's not happening today. There's still
50:00
way too many cases, but things are changing quickly. They're
50:04
improving. Many have asked for a metric or a number that will
50:09
guide the rules and regulations. But each wave of this pandemic
50:14
has had different characteristics, different
50:16
behavior, and no single metric has been able to reliably
50:19
predict the outcomes and the trajectory of each of the
50:24
variants.
50:24
Holy crap, do you hear this reversal? We have no metrics. We
50:29
have no metrics. We have no metrics,
50:31
smart physicians, scientists, epidemiologists, and public
50:36
health officials are going to disagree about which metric to
50:39
use and the exact date to repeal mandates and rules. This kind of
50:44
discourse is good. It shows that we have a diverse community of
50:48
experts that are considering all the angles,
50:50
oh, now we're considering all the angles. And the one thing
50:55
that
50:55
we all agree on is the need to aggressively respond to new
50:58
threats on the horizon with precautionary measures. And then
51:02
once our modelers and epidemiologists are able to able
51:05
to reliably predict the trajectory, we have to begin
51:09
then to shape a strategy for undoing some of those
51:12
mitigations and mandates. Preparing to appeal statewide
51:15
masking mandates at the end of the month is aggressive and
51:18
optimistic, but also reasonable.
51:22
Wait a minute, we're bringing in reason what happened to the
51:27
science,
51:29
but it's also reasonable. This does not mean that no one needs
51:34
to wear a mask anymore. It's an acknowledgement that cases have
51:38
fallen to an acceptable or manageable level, hospitals can
51:42
handle the sick businesses are likely to be able to stay open,
51:45
the cushion of immunity from just so many omachron cases will
51:50
help shield us from the exponential thread that is so
51:53
threatening in the short term, cases will still happen,
51:57
outbreaks will probably still happen. Of course, it helps to
52:01
have everyone masked, but when cases are low, the likelihood of
52:05
encountering someone with COVID is also low, making universal
52:09
masking mandates less impactful.
52:11
And I think that the presentation doesn't work
52:14
without seeing the video. You know, you don't get the full
52:16
idiocy of this woman gesturing like she's talking to a class of
52:20
kindergarteners. But that's it. That's why
52:23
there's a little bit at the beginning. It sounded pretty
52:25
good. You can see that she was like, you know, animated sound
52:30
like Churchill? Yeah. A little bit. She's just lecturing. You
52:35
know this, like this health department people are just Yes,
52:40
go ahead. Say it Lincoln. The whole
52:42
scheme goes say it man. Come on, say it.
52:45
The rat poop inspectors are a weak link in this whole thing in
52:50
this whole? What honk?
52:53
Yeah, exactly. I was doing a screwed up COVID. Fog.
52:59
Yeah, Hong Kong, to talk about truckers.
53:04
First, before we talk about them, let's play a kind of a
53:07
supercut that I stole from the people that steal from us. Fox
53:15
Yeah. And this is a just this is just people making comments on
53:20
MSNBC and CNN only about the truckers and they by the way,
53:26
they It should be pointed out that the MSN and see CNN, MSNBC
53:30
and CNN folk. They're all they all hate the truckers. They're a
53:35
bunch of losers and they're very matte misogynist. They're
53:40
terrible people. And this is classic elites frowning upon the
53:46
working class
53:47
are some of the organizers of this protest, which as I
53:50
mentioned, started more than a week ago. They do want to
53:53
overthrow the government
53:54
Canadian officials calling this situation a quote, nationwide
53:58
insurrection.
53:59
The police chief says COVID protests are a quote nationwide
54:02
insurrection driven by madness
54:04
a nationwide insurrection driven by madness. Just think
54:08
of the language I know it sounds familiar to you right a threat
54:11
to democracy and insurrection sedition
54:14
that police say that they are under resourced and they are
54:17
overwhelmed. They have said that this city is under siege. It's
54:20
not
54:20
just truckers there's a lot of I've heard there's Q anon
54:23
supporter crowd residents
54:26
who say they feel terrorized. intimidated.
54:29
That's a call. Yeah, I love the Q anon bit from that turd woman.
54:38
Yeah, what's not that that was that wasn't Katie was that Katie
54:41
or was that turd? Was it turd? Yeah, it wasn't the other one.
54:45
The horrible woman the I forget her name now. Yeah, horrible.
54:52
There was this just give me an idea is a peep that the people
54:57
who cure hate The working middle class.
55:02
Yes, this is a theme of yours for the last few shows and I
55:05
think it's a good one.
55:06
Yeah. And it's obvious just going on bearing fruit. So there
55:11
was this this article in The Atlantic titled when the trucker
55:17
convoy came for me
55:22
Wow, yeah. This is a take off on the juicing, you know, they came
55:27
for Debian, they came for the they came for the they got for
55:29
the first they came for the Jews and they came for the liberals
55:32
and they came with and then they came for me,
55:35
Stephen Marsh, Mar See he or marchais. As a writer. I've
55:40
explored political rage at a distance. The anti Vax trucker
55:45
convoy brought it up close and personal.
55:48
They starts right away with it with a pejorative. Well, now
55:53
that but a lie. They're not an anti Vax convoy. They're an anti
55:57
mandate convoy, that there is a difference, especially if we
56:00
consider the fact and we believe the fact that 90% of them
56:03
already vaccine. So that starts off. So you start your premise,
56:08
just the way you do this kind of thing by just for writers out
56:10
there want to learn little tricks. If you if you want it,
56:14
this is like getting suckered by a pathological liar. You got to
56:18
start early. So you start with a lie right at the beginning and
56:22
just let that see the into the whole piece. But it's but the
56:26
pieces based on the life. Good.
56:28
Yeah, that's exactly what's going on here. I'll just just
56:33
pick a couple pick a couple sentences from it. The truckers
56:36
matter principally, as an example of an American political
56:40
proxy conflict spilling over our border. And as a harbinger of
56:44
more such conflicts, the Ottawa police chief has declared that a
56:48
sizeable element from the US has been involved in fundraising and
56:51
organizing. Yes, so he immediately goes to Trump, by
56:55
the way, going to trump it's Maga. It's, he doesn't mention Q
57:00
anon. And then of course
57:02
he by the way, let me stop you again. This is already turning
57:05
if you haven't seen this piece. I'm glad this is turning this is
57:11
already I gotta keep reading and I'll think of it again.
57:18
The truckers disgust me because they believe lies and want to
57:22
force
57:24
that didn't take long
57:26
can I finish the sentence?
57:27
This guy is so this guy's insulting the integrity of these
57:31
truckers. And to even suggest that has anything to do with the
57:35
wimpy Americans who haven't done Jack and it's not just a
57:41
Canadian thing from the get go cuz it's a fact. We haven't
57:44
gotten Yeah, we have our associations. Maybe it
57:50
afterwards began and they got jacked up down there all jacked
57:53
into the Ottawa area. We started giving him money through
57:56
GoFundMe and the other operation that's which has made side trips
58:00
and go also. It was American sponsored. It just means oh my
58:05
god, we haven't got the the net the we haven't got the balls of
58:10
the Canadians to do this ourselves. So let's give him
58:13
some money. He doesn't look at it from that perspective.
58:16
And nowhere does He say, although I really appreciated
58:20
them when they were first responders and brought me my
58:22
food during the lock downs and the previous 24 months. Colon or
58:28
coma. Anything would have suffice. None of that's in
58:31
there. The truckers disgust me.
58:35
I'm I have to add emphasis. It's nice that in there.
58:38
Yes. It says it right here.
58:39
He says the truckers disgust him.
58:42
Let me finish the whole let me finish this one paragraph. Okay,
58:45
okay. I'm sorry. The truckers disgust me because they believe
58:49
lies and want to force their lies on the rest of the country.
58:53
They disgust me because they are not playing by the rules and
58:57
represent a threat to decent orderly citizens. If I'm being
59:01
honest, in some part of my Canadian soul, they disgust me
59:05
because they're making a scene. Ultimately, they disgust me
59:10
because they are so disgusted. And their anger and loathing
59:14
have now provoked a mirroring anger and Loathing in my self.
59:21
Care to analyze that Dr. Dvorak?
59:24
I have no idea what he's trying to do, though,
59:27
I'll continue. For the first time I felt political rage, a
59:33
sharp rise in testosterone, blinding and stupefying and
59:37
violent. I am ashamed to have felt it
59:40
hold on a second. So he's got something he gets testosterone
59:46
itself.
59:47
Bear with me. I'll start over with that
59:51
sentence. And you know what a buddy just cut your nuts off,
59:54
you'll be fine. For the first
59:55
time I felt political rage, a sharp rise in testosterone.
1:00:00
their own blinding and stupefying and violent. I am
1:00:04
ashamed to have felt it. Clearly men should not be in power. Our
1:00:09
hormones make us too unreliable testosterone is a hell of a
1:00:13
drug. On my way home, I saw stragglers from the convoy
1:00:16
lining up outside the Japanese cheesecake bakery and the pot
1:00:20
shops that have come to dominate Toronto's urban landscape. I
1:00:23
wanted them gone. This was not a healthy desire. The desire is to
1:00:28
punish which is the dominant motive of both the left and the
1:00:31
right in the United States. It's fundamentally stupid. I hoped we
1:00:34
could have avoided in Canada. Do dude, this guy is angry about
1:00:41
feeling testosterone.
1:00:47
This guy's off the rails. He should go he should check into a
1:00:52
clinic. Seriously,
1:00:55
it may be he's had a vasectomy
1:01:00
when No, huh? Yeah.
1:01:09
I don't know why I did that.
1:01:10
That's good. I like you should do it throughout the show.
1:01:14
Okay, then let's see where I had this thing.
1:01:16
That's really pathetic that the fact that that even got
1:01:20
published? Oh, yeah. Oh, yes. They say you got to consider the
1:01:25
editor here. Hmm. And the publisher who is you know, jobs.
1:01:32
The Accidental billionaire? Yeah. It's like, that should not
1:01:37
have been published.
1:01:39
I think this cheat sheet probably signed off on it
1:01:42
personally. Hey, another man who hates him being a man. It's
1:01:46
good. publish that guy right away, front page, push them to
1:01:48
the top put them in the algo. That's a lot happening this
1:01:54
weekend, CBS noticed
1:01:56
Canada's horn Hawking protesters have led to copycat
1:01:58
demonstrations in France. Today in Paris police fired tear gas
1:02:03
against people who defied orders to leave and told them to stop
1:02:07
disrupting traffic near the Arc de Triomphe. Some 500 vehicles
1:02:11
were stopped at checkpoints trying to enter the French
1:02:14
capital.
1:02:14
Yeah, she doesn't mention Vienna or Berlin, or Amsterdam or
1:02:19
Madrid, or, oh, there were protests in Australia, Canberra.
1:02:27
I think I owe this. This is happening. And it is it does
1:02:32
appear to be a trucker type thing. I love the trucker idea.
1:02:35
I read about a military strategy which is I think it's like the
1:02:40
dead the sunken boat strategy or something. If you want to mess
1:02:45
with your enemy, then you sink a couple of big ships right in
1:02:47
front of their harbor. Yeah, that's pretty much what this is.
1:02:50
And these these trucks are ships make your own ships. And this is
1:02:53
a real problem. That's a real problem. Is a report
1:02:57
all the amount of money that is being jacked around with off
1:03:01
that bridge to Windsor? Yeah, is huge. And the fact that Biden
1:03:06
hasn't, Biden is cool, you're gonna crack down, you know, the
1:03:10
alleys, people want to crack down, you can't do it with these
1:03:13
truckers. And the tow truck companies have already come out
1:03:15
and said and many of these people are not gonna support.
1:03:18
I'm not going to you guys want to talk more about you call the
1:03:21
different company called different companies, you know,
1:03:24
structure heavy, they're going to be I'm not going to do it.
1:03:27
What's in it for me? And so besides being dangerous, and
1:03:32
Biden should call Trudeau and say, hey, put a stop to this so
1:03:38
we can get this thing get our economy but you know, this is
1:03:41
not good for the trade between our two countries just take care
1:03:45
of it instead of you doing the right thing. Don't put up with
1:03:49
their crap, which is what he essentially said he would not
1:03:52
would that voice broadcast. Right? He can't do that voice.
1:03:56
Well, Viva fry are are no agenda. boots on the ground,
1:04:02
buddy.
1:04:04
He's me gave the bum's rush to that person after they showed
1:04:07
this. No agenda t shirt.
1:04:09
What do you mean the bum's rush?
1:04:10
Yeah, okay. Bye. bum's rush.
1:04:14
Can you turn down one half a dB? Okay, because when you get
1:04:18
excited me I'm yelling at you good now perfect. Don't touch
1:04:22
it.
1:04:22
Why am I shouting?
1:04:26
We all wonder
1:04:28
and look jacked up but we like Viva Fridays. He's a good dude.
1:04:32
And he's been doing He's good. He just looks very pleasurable.
1:04:36
He
1:04:36
looks pleasant is the guy like yeah, I want to believe this
1:04:38
guy. This guy is he has
1:04:40
been around a while on his face, perpetual smile on his face. And
1:04:44
then we look serious for a second
1:04:46
and it's not like he's new on the scene. The guy's been
1:04:48
around. Yeah. So there's there's reason for people to trust him.
1:04:51
And he in a very short clip, he said, Hey, I know how this is
1:04:54
going to end because we determined on Thursday really
1:04:58
the the It's all bad outcomes for Trudeau unless he says oh
1:05:03
just stop the mandates which he can't do because it just Qantas
1:05:07
not, is not going to this obvious beating their brains in
1:05:12
that doesn't seem to be happening there's you know,
1:05:14
they're getting a little antsy and they've they're showing a
1:05:17
little bit of force, just letting it sit and play out they
1:05:21
know that's not going to work. Now, Viva fry, I think has the
1:05:24
right solution on my
1:05:25
prediction is that the mandates will be slowly dropped province
1:05:28
by province, but what they're gonna do, they're gonna pressure
1:05:32
their political appointee medical experts to recommend,
1:05:35
you know, it's gonna be the blink of an eye, recommend it so
1:05:37
that when we do it, it's not because we're listening to the
1:05:40
truckers. It's because we're listening to the science.
1:05:44
The science has changed. I think he's right. That's that's the
1:05:46
way for them to do the science. That's the way you do it. The
1:05:49
sciences, the truckers know
1:05:52
vaccinate, we move on to that tense standoff at the US
1:05:55
Canadian border, it appears to be coming to an end trucks that
1:05:58
had been blocking the Ambassador Bridge of vital thoroughfare
1:06:02
between the two countries being removed. Police facing off with
1:06:06
hundreds of protesters remaining behind the bridge still closed.
1:06:10
Those protests against COVID restrictions spilling overseas
1:06:13
now including Paris police using tear gas there to disperse
1:06:17
demonstrators.
1:06:18
Now, I don't know if that's true. It doesn't seem like the
1:06:21
bridge is being cleared out. And is this just a hopeful report
1:06:25
from ABC?
1:06:28
I think they just given a script and they read it. I don't know
1:06:31
what to I didn't see it either. I mean, there's a lot of
1:06:34
streamers out there that are showing it. I didn't see any
1:06:37
evidence anything changing that much? No.
1:06:41
I'm not quite sure what they were talking about. There is an
1:06:43
analog to this. Yes, we have yet another one. Not from 1919. This
1:06:50
time.
1:06:51
And by the way, this back to that last clip. He's, again,
1:06:56
like you pointed out in the other clip, he specifically said
1:06:59
Paris and never mentioned worldwide, which is what's
1:07:02
really going on. Oh, yeah. And I think the reason for that is
1:07:06
from a deconstructed point of view. We always think of Paris
1:07:10
as a plate or Paris or France in general where they have strikes
1:07:13
all the time. Right? They strike all the time, Dad doesn't
1:07:17
mean Right, right, right. Don't say anything about Berlin. Yeah,
1:07:21
don't
1:07:21
mention where they never strike. Not like dat, or Madrid or word
1:07:27
isn't Australia and everyplace else? No, just because the
1:07:30
French are notorious. And everyone I've got stuck there
1:07:33
once because of a strike. And it's just they're always
1:07:36
striking. Yeah. So it's no big deal.
1:07:38
I was flying and I had to divert because the air traffic control
1:07:42
just went on strike. Go land somewhere else. But
1:07:48
yeah, I believe at 10pm
1:07:51
on December 3 1973, who doesn't remember a 37 year old trucker
1:07:57
from Overland Park Kansas named Jay W. Edward stopped his rig
1:08:01
suddenly in the middle of interstate I at near Blakeslee,
1:08:04
Pennsylvania and picked up his CB radio microphone. The
1:08:08
insurrection he was about to start using his now famous
1:08:11
handle river rat would give America's independent truckers
1:08:14
their first national voice along the way elevate them to folk
1:08:18
hero status. These guys they blocked a bridge I think for 11
1:08:22
days this was back in the because of the price of oil the
1:08:28
during the OPEC oil crisis, ah, and and they were heralded as
1:08:33
heroes at the time. Do you remember I was definitely too
1:08:38
young to remember.
1:08:38
I. I remember. I don't I do not remember this episode A and B. I
1:08:45
don't remember anyone hailing them as heroes. And I doubt that
1:08:49
they would at the time, they probably would after the fact
1:08:51
which may happen with these truckers in Canada to the
1:08:55
greatest that's possible. I think maybe that was just a
1:08:58
reverse look at history. Hmm. Okay.
1:09:03
I got one last report
1:09:04
breaking down the border blockade. With Canadian police
1:09:07
slowly moving in anti vaccine mandate, protesters started
1:09:11
clearing out Saturday, blasting their horns on the way. Angry
1:09:16
straggler stayed behind confronting police. Who are you
1:09:20
protecting? We're just as passionate about our Bill of
1:09:23
Rights and in this country as you are about about yours. The
1:09:27
law enforcement action follows a court order for protesters to
1:09:30
move away from the Ambassador Bridge. The key border crossing
1:09:33
carries 10,000 commercial vehicles a day between the US
1:09:36
and Canada transporting about $325 million worth of goods. The
1:09:41
now six day blockade has disrupted auto plants in Canada
1:09:44
and several states analyst estimate its cost carmakers, 700
1:09:48
million and counting.
1:09:51
So they have not caused mass outages just yet. But I think
1:09:55
we're on the brink of them having that effect.
1:09:57
This is the third weekend of protests that be began with a
1:10:00
cross country trucker convoy rolling into Canada's capital,
1:10:03
Ottawa bolstered by anti vaccine groups with mandating protesters
1:10:10
have also disrupted the border crossing it Coots, Alberta.
1:10:14
That was a great sound drop.
1:10:16
I like that. This is the third weekend of protests that began
1:10:20
with a cross country trucker convoy rolling into Canada's
1:10:23
capital, Ottawa, bolstered by anti vaccine groups
1:10:27
to put mandating pro so
1:10:31
he says, yep, anti Vax groups, not mandate and then play a clip
1:10:38
of a guy saying you need to stop the mandates. Yeah, that's
1:10:41
fucking sorry.
1:10:43
That's COVID you but what who was who was your what?
1:10:48
Our CBS CBS, CBS the Tiffany vSRX
1:10:51
CBS CBS
1:10:53
third weekend a protests that began with a cross country
1:10:56
trucker convoy rolling into Canada's capital, Ottawa,
1:10:59
bolstered by anti vaccine groups
1:11:03
with mandating stuff.
1:11:05
Protesters have also disrupted the border crossing it Coots,
1:11:08
Alberta just across from Montana. The blockades have been
1:11:11
condemned by the trucking industry and called illegal by
1:11:14
Canada's Prime Minister. Bruce Heyman is the former US
1:11:17
ambassador to Canada,
1:11:18
there was no expectation that this group of people who were
1:11:22
legitimately protesting would be radicalized by extremists. And
1:11:27
they are being encouraged now, quite actively, almost daily by
1:11:33
some extremist within the United States.
1:11:39
It's the extremists in the United States.
1:11:42
Yeah, white supremacist Rahm
1:11:44
Trump. Just say it just say Trump Trump, Trump Trump. I want
1:11:48
to say Trump actually do have one you want to hear premier a
1:11:51
Ford get grilled by
1:11:53
this guy Ford guys got it. Go. Hi, good
1:11:56
morning premier Collins melon from CTV News. Now this was a
1:11:59
pretty consequential weekend this last weekend in Ontario.
1:12:02
You call it a siege. Audible police said it was an
1:12:04
insurrection. A day later Ottawa police or the City of Ottawa
1:12:08
declared a state of emergency on Saturday. There was of course a
1:12:11
large scale protests in downtown Toronto. There have been a lot
1:12:14
of questions about you and your visibility. Premier. CTV News
1:12:17
is this this is God Is this an IT CTV? Is that an independent
1:12:21
group that can't be
1:12:23
an actual CTV is the main competitor a CBC?
1:12:26
Oh, okay. And they probably didn't get any, any of the $600
1:12:29
million.
1:12:30
No, no, I'm sure they got the money to wow,
1:12:33
you actually did a Canadian accent? No,
1:12:34
no, did you did it? Oh, got this can you got the money, and they
1:12:38
took it and spent it.
1:12:39
I have actually vowed I will never do an aboot or an eight a
1:12:44
joke ever again. I'm glad out of respect for what I've seen
1:12:48
Canada capable of. Okay. And I tweeted such and you know, a no,
1:12:53
no. And people he that way. It's fine. You know what people
1:12:56
tweeted back at me when I said that? Don't man we like it.
1:13:00
Don't Don't stop that. We like it.
1:13:03
Oh, no. I went to I went to I gave it I said this in the show
1:13:06
where I went gave a speech in Toronto some years years ago, 20
1:13:09
years ago. And I, I put a little bit of a Canadian twist on it. I
1:13:15
did talk a little slower. But it's not that they talk slow,
1:13:18
but they like to say things a different way. And so and they
1:13:22
have a little slightly up talk. They did the whole speech that
1:13:25
way. It sounded fine. Everyone loved it. And they're going
1:13:27
guesses you know, I had no idea. You're Canadian. That's great.
1:13:34
That's great, man. That's very talented. If you can if you can
1:13:36
pull that off. That's pretty good. Yeah, that's good. All
1:13:39
right, let's let's get to this clip. Hi, good morning,
1:13:41
Premier Collins Mellon from CTV News. This was a pretty
1:13:44
consequential weekend this last weekend in Ontario. You call it
1:13:47
a siege. Audible police said it was an insurrection. A day later
1:13:51
Ottawa police or the City of Ottawa declared a state of
1:13:53
emergency. On Saturday. There was of course a large scale
1:13:56
protests in downtown Toronto. There have been a lot of
1:13:58
questions about you and your visibility. Premier, CTV News
1:14:02
has obtained photos of you in cottage country. We've spoken
1:14:06
with people who took pictures with you who say you were
1:14:09
snowmobiling on Saturday premiere? Can you explain why
1:14:12
you decided to go snowmobiling during a stated insurrection and
1:14:16
see in auto
1:14:17
let me make a very clear column. I've been on this phone almost
1:14:21
24/7 along with the Premier's us ambassadors, the governor, the
1:14:28
Prime Minister around the clock Make no mistake I have been
1:14:33
engaged from the second this has happened and I'll be continuing
1:14:38
being engaged with the the authorities that we need to talk
1:14:42
to I love
1:14:43
the let me make it very clear you piece of crap. You
1:14:48
know when it would have been funny, although I know he would
1:14:51
have the guts to do it. When he says I'm on the phone 24/7 And
1:14:55
the guy should have retorted with you have a snowmobile with
1:14:59
us. phonies
1:15:00
seriously and also Wow, your job sounds really hard. Is it any?
1:15:07
Is it any harder than was
1:15:08
your ear hurting? Oh,
1:15:10
do you work as much as a telemarketer? Do you get paid
1:15:13
the
1:15:13
same press for it your ear fair
1:15:15
enough, but you're not dismissing what I'm saying here
1:15:18
I'm asking you Premier. Were you snowmobiling on Saturday in
1:15:23
cottage country I lotto was under siege, as you say.
1:15:27
Let me tell you, Colin, I was at the cottage. Let me tell you
1:15:30
about all my snowmobile. I take calls to one o'clock in the
1:15:34
morning, I get calls before i What happened to 24/7 I went out
1:15:38
on my snowmobile, I take calls to one o'clock in the morning, I
1:15:43
get calls before six o'clock in the morning. And I will not stop
1:15:48
until we get this taken care of. And I will continue to make sure
1:15:52
we're engaged in every single area of our responsibility.
1:15:58
To be fair, I mean, the guy only gets to sleep five hours, I
1:16:01
mean, truckers have a much more luxurious life. What a tool man,
1:16:07
do you think Canada will get pissed off enough to vote
1:16:10
someone like that out? Do you think that that that anger is
1:16:14
there? Is there enough of them? Do it? Have we seen the last of
1:16:17
the the great Canadian outrage, which I think we should, it
1:16:21
should have its own weekend
1:16:22
to see I'm always stunned by the fact that they revolted or got
1:16:26
Trudeau in for this last term is surprised well,
1:16:30
but that was you know, that was a whole political trick they did
1:16:33
and you know, all of the the super powers that had given
1:16:38
themselves a hope does it there's a whole analysis of you
1:16:41
know, his time everything was great. He didn't do shit. The
1:16:45
timing of that snap election everything was just done to
1:16:48
continue power. There was no almost no getting away from it.
1:16:51
And I also think Where's where's the opposition? And I know that
1:16:56
the lady from the Conservative Party is making a lot of noise.
1:16:59
But what an opera what a political opportunity. Now
1:17:03
there's some stupidity in these parties. You can finger on this
1:17:08
one seek that was sick has it made you want to pronounce it
1:17:14
the Indian guy was coming out against the truckers and he's in
1:17:18
a Labor Party. Yeah, I mean, not great. The labor Labor Party but
1:17:21
a party that's that's like pro labor communist. Yeah. That's
1:17:26
that's the cool thing.
1:17:28
That's the cool things that the socialists and the commies hate
1:17:31
the truckers because it's it's yeah, it's a workers protest,
1:17:35
but it's not approved. It's not our workers protest. It's a real
1:17:40
one. Yeah, the real ones are no good. Yeah, it's crazy. Anyway,
1:17:45
go truckers. Today is an important day and no agenda show
1:17:51
history. Where we once again will tell you based upon
1:17:55
geopolitical and other analyses, who will win the Super Bowl.
1:18:02
Yes, the Super Bowl. Is that right after the show? Yeah. Um,
1:18:07
between the more time is actually I mean, okay, I think
1:18:11
330 I think yeah, three three kicks off at 330 Yeah, I
1:18:15
think so. 330 your time? Yeah, okay, uh, 530 here Yeah, I got
1:18:19
you Okay.
1:18:20
Oh, something like
1:18:21
I don't want to miss it you know
1:18:24
Yeah. Well you're not gonna miss much I'm I don't think you could
1:18:28
you don't know there's a number of aspects of this game that the
1:18:33
the rams are clearly the superior team by a by just
1:18:40
unbelievably large because
1:18:41
the ad for people don't know this is the Super Bowl. The
1:18:44
final two teams is the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati
1:18:48
Bengals This is what Cincinnati Bengals
1:18:53
Oh yeah. This is a Bengals and the and the Los Angeles Rams
1:18:59
Cincinnati showed that they have a lot of they have a quarterback
1:19:02
that is he's cool. He's cool. Joe Cool man will have a Joe
1:19:09
name is they'll get acquainted with Joe Namath style a Joe
1:19:15
Montana style and a Brady style I mean he's very super talented.
1:19:21
A winner and he's a winner to the Rams he got a quarterback
1:19:25
who's they've improved their quarterback but the guy's never
1:19:28
proven to be a winner he could be can win maybe if he did they
1:19:31
keep him out of the you know, out of too many plays. Cuz it's
1:19:35
the defense of the rams that is the important part of this.
1:19:38
Unfortunately this I'm gonna end this shortly believe me.
1:19:42
Unfortunately, the rams have a coach who is in the Superbowl
1:19:46
one should be once before with the different quarterbacks and
1:19:49
only managed to score three bold points in the entire Super Bowl.
1:19:54
Considering he's supposed to be this offensive genius. He
1:19:57
couldn't come up with anything. So that to me is the is going to
1:20:01
be the if they lose it the Rams loses this coach's fault.
1:20:07
Wow, this that's that's a you did a sports analysis you didn't
1:20:10
tell us geopolitically who's going to win. You tried to make
1:20:13
sense. I don't like that. Yeah, I
1:20:15
know you don't. But that's what I had to do. All right now. Now,
1:20:18
geopolitically, I
1:20:19
don't see it. Oh, it's so easy.
1:20:21
It's obvious to you. Yeah, of course. Well, first of all,
1:20:26
Los Angeles sucks. It's just this it's it's a hellhole. It's
1:20:30
a piece of crap. And we need to start the true demise. Now I'm a
1:20:36
little on the fence if the right will riot start in the winning
1:20:40
city in the losing city, or both. And seeing China's
1:20:48
involvement in the state of Ohio I am going to say good day.
1:20:56
Bengals win and and it's not by a little bit it's going to be
1:21:00
crushing
1:21:04
by would ever be a fun game if that was the case because that
1:21:07
would prove my point about the coach but the riots are always
1:21:14
traditionally stone
1:21:15
the winning winning the winning. Yeah, I know. I know. So I'm
1:21:18
going a little bit against my wishes but because you want to
1:21:21
write to be in LA Yeah,
1:21:23
I do. I do that would make the Willie has great riots when they
1:21:26
have a riot. It's good. Yeah, people die. Yeah.
1:21:31
They don't fit or mess around in LA.
1:21:33
So they have some good riots. Um, okay, we'll see. I'm
1:21:37
thinking
1:21:40
anyway, we'll see it's it's probably gonna be the bedding
1:21:43
the bedding folks think it's gonna be they give Cincinnati
1:21:47
three and a half points. Four points. Maybe is that what does
1:21:50
that mean? That means that they win by Cincinnati. If you bet on
1:21:55
Cincinnati, and they lose by one point you win.
1:22:00
Oh, it's a handicap.
1:22:03
Yeah, it's similar. Okay, scald the spread.
1:22:08
Can we still get in on that?
1:22:10
Yeah, you always get it right to the right to kick off are you
1:22:14
kidding?
1:22:15
I've not I've never gambled on sport. I don't gamble at all
1:22:19
really?
1:22:20
Yeah, I just not a good at habits. No, it can get become a
1:22:23
habit. I
1:22:23
think that's the real problem. Yeah. Okay. So do we have I
1:22:28
mean, I'm saying Bengals are you in or out? Are you you think
1:22:33
yes, because of the LA
1:22:35
likes. I would love to see the Bengals win. And I liked it
1:22:39
point spread I would bet on the Bengals. Sure because they do
1:22:42
you know lose by two and still win. I always like a good
1:22:46
spread. But and I don't like Los Angeles generally speaking in
1:22:51
terms of their their athletic teams, because it can be with us
1:22:54
up up here.
1:22:55
Also, in terms of their complete, Eurotrash douche Enos
1:22:59
that is Los Angeles and I think that's another reason just to
1:23:02
hate on the Rams. Yep. And with that, I'd like to thank you for
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shall see apparently in March like to thank the artists who
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that one guidepost and the art was although not our first pick
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once we saw it was unanimous for correct to record this was the
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Lena when masterpiece of her on the walk back all stars
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basketball team this was a nice piece
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he had the Photoshop on it was very well done considering the
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time allowed it was you know there's a limited amount of time
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you have to do these pieces and if you get your Photoshop skills
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have to be quite they have to be you have to be good you got to
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be sharp. Yeah, yeah, correct. The record is pretty pretty
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good.
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Now the one we we were looking at seriously is also I felt a
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pretty good photoshop job which is tough to kneel with lean
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forward which is the the human resource in a blue wind blazer
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leaning forward against the wind I thought the the way she put
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curry Dvorak had no agenda on that windbreaker was quite good.
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I liked a piece initially I liked that piece the most
1:26:28
because it's just it has a funny look to a little kid trying to
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stand up in a in a stiff breeze yeah and but it wasn't it didn't
1:26:38
have the elements of the political elements that were in
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the other piece
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we didn't have that that
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well you didn't you didn't like the lean forward part where it
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was put you thought that yes I thought
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Yeah, well that's what it was missing. It was missing some
1:26:54
dressing around it, you know, can't expired look, I'm not an
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artist so it's easy for me to be critical.
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No but it's very easy for you to be critical because as the art
1:27:03
director you know oh yes I'm sorry very few artists or art
1:27:07
directors. Okay. All right. You can be the you're the guy Hey, I
1:27:11
like this piece better you gotta know what you're doing wrong but
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this is no good I want this piece Yeah, this one said I use
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it
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we appreciate it commenter with my art directors voice well,
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you're a nightmare to work for.
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Hey, hey,
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we appreciate it comics for bloggers lean forward
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interpretation
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go yes go to the sideline.
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You want to see it but yeah, well and I think he does that
1:27:40
just for us. I don't think he actually thinks well when you'd
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like the Cracker Jack would the free free crack crack pipe
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inside but there was also there was also
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something apple dumplings. That's very funny.
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There were I think there were technical problems with it.
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Oh, I don't know. Like you just didn't like it it the I also
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like beavers burger by drop go. And we doesn't miss out that
1:28:10
much.
1:28:11
We didn't discuss that.
1:28:12
Now. It was a beaver with a you know? Because we talked about
1:28:15
the wood in the burgers you know?
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Oh, see I didn't get it. That's why there's a
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beaver saying I love these burgers. This guy
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Yeah, and everything else I mean it's again just beautiful. Who
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did this damn Kenny Ben did the new science. Which was also I
1:28:34
have to say a nice piece. But it just I don't know. It for some
1:28:38
reason that the Dr. Lena when the backpedal All Stars time
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perfectly, the backpedaling has begun, she was the one that did
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it. I mean, everything just fit in perfectly. And we appreciate
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corrector record, who won the coveted album artwork, we do a
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your core courage to begin a platform that shows the way for
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others. I'm sending an early while I still have access to the
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USPS. I wonder where he's going,
1:30:56
I hope he sees in the country yet, but he's on his way out.
1:31:00
And he's gonna be full on he's not hanging around for
1:31:03
what's next. I hope I am corrected my assessment of post
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Olympic timing for hostilities. So there you go. So my travel
1:31:10
plans are an interrupted or an Wow, this OCR scan sucks. I am
1:31:17
used to the nose rape flying overseas, but the process is
1:31:21
becoming less invasive. I wonder if this is either to reduce the
1:31:25
COVID count or to send super spreaders overseas and help the
1:31:28
US to look comparatively better Gone but not forgotten. In March
1:31:32
2020. Presidents tweet the president tweets sent a message
1:31:35
I cannot oops, it cannot be that the oh my god, I'm sorry. I
1:31:41
gotta go to the original note. This OCR that we got is
1:31:46
unreadable OCR is always Yeah, I didn't realize it was gonna be
1:31:50
that bad. Hold
1:31:51
on. Okay, we know we're worried I can pick it up. I got it.
1:31:53
Don't
1:31:53
worry about it. I am used to the nose raped to fly overseas, but
1:31:58
the process is becoming less invasive. I wonder if it is to
1:32:00
either deduce the COVID count or to send super spreaders overseas
1:32:04
and help the US to look comparatively better, Gone but
1:32:06
not forgotten. In March 2020. President tweets sent a message
1:32:10
we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself. Many
1:32:14
Americans believe the stock market fixated business loving
1:32:18
and Washington outsider president with decades of your
1:32:21
fired fame would offer pandemic economic sense in this in his
1:32:26
leadership and prevent government overreach and
1:32:28
economic ruin. Yet without a doubt, he abdicated his
1:32:32
presidential responsibility to bureaucrats bureaucrats and
1:32:35
permitted overreach setting the stage for others to push further
1:32:39
away from Liberty. Which leads me back to an unlikely scenario
1:32:43
of allowing potential typhoid Mary's like me overseas by using
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less invasive testing. While it seems as unlikely as bat eating
1:32:51
induced COVID After so much unlikely that has happened the
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past 23 months maybe it's true. As my late brother sir angelic
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night often said it's not a conspiracy theory if it's true,
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Especially that fast talking at the end. Yes. Okay.
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Now my by the way, I'd like to know that myself and the
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health, can I get a health karma as I also will be having a tooth
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pulled and to a implants placed on that day he Wow That's not
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signatures seltzer water and does that have high fructose
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jingles I humbly request a biscuit for my birthday. Ooh,
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that's true. We know that's true. And a UA and health karma
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play Little Mac and cheese. You need some karma as I'm planning
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to move to Sao Paulo. Moving to Sao Paulo, so this would be my
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last chance to see Adam I'm looking so far. Ah,
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this sucks.
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I'm planning to move to Sao Paulo for work but they seem to
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be going in the wrong direction and Nick COVID route with the
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COVID restrictions right now. hope they'll roll back this
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nonsense by the time I head there in a few months. Sa
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policy. Big Town. Appreciate your dedication to expose in the
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M five AMS brainwashing campaign. Thomas PS I'm
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I started on stumble on the station while scanning the radio
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in the car. So apologies for the garbage sound quality, but I
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thought it was hilarious. Brant from a black Tokay Well, we
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know I know I do have it but it's a long rant. It was it was
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of course it was a DOS African American talk show host who says
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you know what is this bull crap with a crack pipe you know
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there's a whole bunch of historical reasons why he would
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have something to say about that. I would hope so yes, I'm
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so I'm so sorry man. But I think meetup San Paulo Sao Paulo might
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be in order. Once you're there once you're established get all
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that set up.
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anonymous from Wembley downs, Washington 333. My first ever
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prison that is Western Australia. Oh, that's Western
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Australia. I'm sorry that that was on Washington. Wembley downs
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Western Australia. Yes. So he's been kept saying by the show and
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the the producer ship while having to endure all his friends
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telling him how lucky he is to live in Western Australia.
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Ooh, boy. Okay.
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and I are headed to Nashville for the big beat app, which is
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not fun. Sorry. I misread that. And my bestie and I are headed
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to Vegas on a Wednesday evening, uh, for a quickie girls trip.
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Our bill ended up being 3333 dot 94. Hmm. So she contributed
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that. Lots of love from TP in Tigard, Oregon, and then there's
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something that I can't read because it's a mess. He said
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something. Something Something. Something JNA maybe was
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something for us something Jamie
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I don't it's hard to say since you came into Unicode and it
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just but anyway, thank you. Yes. Give her some. Yeah, give her
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some travel karma. Okay. Even though
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you've got karma
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Vegas girls trip, you know, Vegas girls trips. At the Tina's
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told me about a couple of her Vegas girls trips when she was
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younger. And then, man Vegas girl trips do they get kind of
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Wow. Yeah. Christian Bowery. They
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promote that idea.
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They do Vegas. Yes, they do. Christian Bowers is in Duluth.
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Giorgia 27877 Associate Executive Producer the first one
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guys kept going. But let's be honest, guys, is there really a
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better exit strategy than this? How is this an exit strategy
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except we die?
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On the show? That's the way everyone wants to go in the
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run along today Michael Hain are in Paris, Paris. California.
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255. Jingles he wants to hold load a wait
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a minute. We wait a minute. Wasn't this the guy who came in
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Thursday morning?
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Yeah, I think it was, wasn't it?
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Yeah. Yep. Yep. Yep. Cuz he said Deb. John was still welcome on
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twit.
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But did we? Did we? Yeah, we
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did a knighting list and we read his note.
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Okay, good. Just want to make sure we got that. So that's done
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right.
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Michael, you're covered already. You're good man. You guys try
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though.
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Good work.
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Josh Springer. We'll go to him in Indianapolis to 2222
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toward my dame hood.
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I'm sorry. It's a geese. Is it not geese is not ducks.
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He said this. This is a row of ducks.
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Oh, I thought that the whole point of the donation was geese.
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No, no, this is this is a Yeah, well that was once but we'll
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says it's a row of ducks. It's a V Day gift toward the dame hood.
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That would be your fan club.
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following. Brittany Yeah, go Britney. By the way. Brittany
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Baxter is a great name. It's a radio name heroine.
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It's it's like hey everybody. Brittany Baxter. Here's 100
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job. She lost her job during a pandemic and use that as an
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opportunity to chase the dream of starting a plant based nut
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free food product company. There you go. That's a specialty. She
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cheese is available at any local grocer and farmers markets.
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Happy Valentine's Day. Thank you for being my partner in crime
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literally and figuratively. I'm so so very proud of you then
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that you are mine love Josh.
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Oh, that's so sweet. Cheese Balls without the cheese
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you might die
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Baron Sir John of South London tu tu tu tu tu tu tu tu tu tu tu
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tu tu tu tu London is the United Kingdom please. Oh urgent health
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agenda family give her health karma. Thank you so much. Of
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course we'll do that on be asleep. Hong Kong. Let's go
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Brandon. Oh, okay. I don't know if you wanted to let go Brandon,
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but I got I can satisfy both those things for you.
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You've got karma
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those are geese.
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I, by the way, I've learned it's Canada geese. Not Canadian
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geese.
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Did you know that Canada geese
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Yeah. The summer
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I've always called them a Canadian geese. I've always said
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we have a we have a deer. In the East Bay of California. We have
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a large contingent of these animals. And they land in a you
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know anytime there's a big grassy knoll the lamb there and
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they'll start just eating weeds. And they do that. And the funny
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thing is you wash it, it'd be like 100 of them. And there'll
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be like about four of them that don't eat the weeds. They're
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still there. They're standing up tall and straight up and their
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and their next is elongated and they're looking all around the
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guards the guards and you watch them and they looking out for
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somebody coming or somebody with an axe. I don't know what
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they're looking for, but they don't keep an eye out. And then
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when one of the geese will swatch the suit they'll switch
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sides and that geese was that goose will start eating the
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eating whatever they're eating and they would never want to pop
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up instead tickets place it's very it's quite something to see
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is very coordinated.
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Well listen, Sir Richard Attenborough. I appreciate the
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lesson. All I'm saying is I've learned it's Canada geese, not
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Canadian geese.
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went off the rails a little bit. Anonymous is next. And he
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Anonymous is not off the rails, but he's in for $222.23 another
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row of geese anonymous. Hi, guys. Thanks for keeping me sane
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for years. This donation is for my midi millennial man and I
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get Vax. No,
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get back. No
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karma for you.
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Can you just I get I didn't get these jingles. Could you just do
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this one for me? I got
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Jessica Burks up next November. Sure, Texas, and I'm sure they
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pronounce it Berkshire is Texas after all. 2222 ITM Jen sadly
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that you know that on your previous show? 1424 I literally
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sprayed milk from my nose. The goal of anyone with one liners
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during your discussion on the possible meaning of the acronym,
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acronym Sam sh M. This was my sign that it was time to donate.
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Sam actually means stay at home mom. Yeah, for your future
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reference.
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We had all kinds of we we were really wrong on that weren't we?
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Yeah, but we're having fun and we got her to spring milk from
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her nose Yeah, this is a this is a bonus. I know this being one
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myself to to under two human resources. I'd like to make a
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shout out to my smoking odd husband is six years as our
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anniversary is tomorrow on Valentine's Oh yeah. Oh, come
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on.
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John. Be nice.
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Oh, please give me a D douching. I'm sure there was some iron
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rolling when some we're getting married on balance.
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she wants to dog karma for starting off our next year of
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marriage. And an Obama boom shot Calaca jingle love is lit.
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Yeah, there's no Obama Boom shakalaka that is that's Manning
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bingo Boom shaka laka
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is saying Jessica Burke
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what do we have here? Samuel Nelson in Los Angeles, though,
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get ready for the riots tonight Samuel to 2222 Please take these
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ducks off my hands jingles that Trump is asshole. Sometimes you
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guys are really weird with what you think these jingles are? And
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you want to answer we'll give you a little bit of both. I
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won't wait.
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Oh, oh no, wait, wait, wait, what? I think what he meant was
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the Trump where he says don't trust China. Trump don't trust
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China China's asshole.
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you got to give instructions Donald
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Trump don't trust China Chinese.
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this answer and
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I got hands
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up you know what? I'm gonna play it all at the end of the show
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today. You've got karma. We're light on indoor show mixes so
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I'll play the full thing. Bill Nelson in Los Angeles. Another
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one who's Oh, I'm sorry. We just did him back in Odenton Maryland
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214 22 now which is the the Valentine's Day donation? Yes.
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Sir Mack here trying to say I love you very much to my
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valentine Dame Lauren. Hmm. Nice. There you go.
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Oh, that's easy. Sir Don Francis in Chandler, Arizona, where the
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214 20 Valentine's Day donation please credit this towards
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Stephanie Francis's eventual Dame hood. Okay, keep your own
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accounting. I can't think of a better way to honor my best
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friend and the love of my life on Valentine's day than a
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donation to the best podcast in the universe. I love you
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Stephanie. Now, I will say Sir Don, I I always love donations
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to the no agenda show for birthdays, anniversaries. I hope
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you got to Ricard too, just in case. Which I might want to say
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how much I love my keeper, Tina Marie curry. I have not been
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able to purchase even a card for her because of the COVID So let
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me make
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one was your printer.
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That's a good idea. Yeah, okay, cool. I'll make one yes. We used
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to do this we used to do for mom make on i i get some yarn and
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some glue.
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A piece of paper. I think it'd be fine. Oh,
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you're so practical. So much the romantic John. Yeah, you stick a
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piece of paper in the printer.
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Yeah, he's reading a Valentine's Day. Emily Williams to 1424 My
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smokin hot husband's birthday. Oh, nice. Johnny V. Johnny V
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isn't as much a very romantic as you think of Valentine baby. Oh,
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he's born on Valentine's Day would be but I don't mind. He's
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been teaching Mike and me conspiracy facts for 20 years.
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What could be more romantic than that? It's pretty dang sexy to
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me. XO X. Oh.
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Doodle bug, doodle bug.
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That's her nickname. I guess do Oris Is he the doodle bug that's
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the question. Do the bug sir Walkman 24 to 1420 the 15th of
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love month of the love month excuse me marks Dame tune sis
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and I and I 35th anniversary and we never had a fight from the
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lovable fuzzballs sir Walkman Thank you very much sir Walkman
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these are nice these these short little beautiful Valentine's
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greetings I love that that was it. That's it yeah, that's all
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there was
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which Inc 214 20 Valentine's Day donation please credit Amy
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out to eat tomorrow night off. There's a romantic
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Well done. Well played.
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Love you baby. No jingles no karma. Thanks, guys, John
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mooching
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what's funny is that I'm always reading a little head I'm like
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where's this love you baby jingle I can't seem to find this
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love you baby jingle until I realized that he said love you
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baby daddy.
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Yeah, yeah.
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James Jackson 214 20 This donations from my wonderful
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wife, Nicole Jackson, who just gave birth to our third human
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resource Josephine James Jackson on February 12 2022. Love you
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babe. I mean it. I would also like to wish my daughter's
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Charlie and Everly Happy Valentine's Day, goat and baby
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birthing karma for all you got to thank you James. You've got
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karma.
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And our last Valentine's Day specific donation comes from
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David Ingram. Parts Unknown. $214.20 Australia is in
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Australia. My smokin hot wife Carrie Rollins. Happy
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Valentine's Day. Thanks for punching me in the mouth. She
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punched him in the mouth. Love is lit. David
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Kevin Brown also Oh, this is a 213 91 Interesting. I'm not sure
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what this is and let's find out Kettering, Ohio Hi, John Adam,
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this is my first donation on the way to knighthood. It's
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significant for today's Super Bowl. burrow to chase is to 13
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from Pearl. John when is in Austin, Texas. Sorry to hear
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the Morning John and Adam thank you for your courage yesterday
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mark my 54th trip around the sun this donation elevates me to the
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title of Night of the no agenda roundtable I shall henceforth be
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known as Sir hold my beer. I require generous amounts of IPA
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play as many of Rev Al's Greatest Hits as you see fit.
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Well, I mean, there's only so much we can do of the of the
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ravel. Let's do a you haven't done a teleprompter in a while,
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I think which turns. I love how Steven Crowder somehow got a
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hold of the supercut that we've been playing for.
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Gosh, decade is
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no this. This one may be nine years or so.
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I thought you meant Crowder's use of the resist we much
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know he played the original Super cut with resist we much is
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know whatever he's playing. I saw it. That's something we been
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people are slamming him for you're stealing the best podcast
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in the universe jingles? Not really. But it's okay.
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Thank you. Is this Crown Hall day do we are watching that was
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Attorney General Eric Holder because
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you know if you really want the stuff, don't go to Crowder you
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come to the no agenda show for the good out a bit.
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Well, this is gonna say, yeah, go ahead. Crowder's the one I
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saw him play the suit. We're gonna he didn't have the tour
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tours in the race. Oh, he doesn't have any of the good
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shit.
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About some Republicans at all. All already beating the drums of
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war today the Pentagon refuted that claim. And he said the
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American people do not want him to quote, dwindling. He they do
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Again, if you want the good if you don't Good stuff from out
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then you come to the no agenda show.
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As did anonymous, who's in Fairview Heights, Illinois to
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screw you freedom. No. Joseph Leslie is in Calvert in New York
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formula is this. We go out. We hit people in the mouth
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all right. Second big story of the day got to be Russia.
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Well, there's one in the in between that I want to play.
2:13:04
It's gonna slip it in the first part of the show, which is a big
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I mean, Russia comes up right after this because you can't
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pass this story up. Okay. This is Rats. Rats in San Francisco.
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Oh my goodness.
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San Francisco parents are concerned about a rodent problem
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at a busy play area for children. A rat infestation is
2:13:28
being reported at the Helen Diller Civic Center playgrounds
2:13:32
just behind the San Francisco City Hall children's can be seen
2:13:36
chasing and playing with rats that are about eight inches
2:13:39
long. UCSF Dr. Peter Shin Hong it says it's important for
2:13:44
children to wash their hands and never touch their mouths or
2:13:47
faces when near a potentially rodent infested area. Some
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parents claimed the white brown and gray rats are living in
2:13:55
overgrown bushes and are running around during the afternoon
2:13:58
hours.
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Wow.
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That a great story is happening. It's finally happening the
2:14:04
devices
2:14:05
are playing and chasing it playing with and chasing the
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rats around they're all having a great time.
2:14:12
How can Where's where's the rat poop inspectors? Isn't this
2:14:15
their prime job of all health professionals in the US to
2:14:18
inspect?
2:14:20
They'd be on the spot fixing the problem. I
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goodness, I can't believe what I'm seeing.
2:14:26
My fate that's by the way, my favorite clip. Okay, let's go to
2:14:29
now I have a bunch of I have a ton of these Russian clips.
2:14:32
But before we start, I need to educate us for 10 seconds. This
2:14:38
will be about Russia and Ukraine. And there has been
2:14:43
confusion over the pronunciation of Kiev. Is it Kiev? Is it Kiev?
2:14:50
Which one is right? And wouldn't you know that CBS gave us a real
2:14:56
insight into why the news media says key Eve.
2:15:00
And one more note, some have wondered why we're pronouncing
2:15:04
Ukraine's capital as Kiev instead of Kiev. That's because
2:15:07
Kiev is how Ukrainian say it. Kiev is how Russians say
2:15:11
keys. Now you see these HKex are so bad. They hate Russia so much
2:15:16
that the whole world is said Kiev for as long as I can
2:15:18
remember. But now it's like, no, no, it's in Kiev.
2:15:23
We have a note from one of our producers that came in a few
2:15:26
shows ago saying, Hey, I live with a guy from you from
2:15:30
Ukraine, and he pronounced it Kiev. So it's got to be Kiev.
2:15:34
And but we've noticed that this that, starting with Nudelman
2:15:39
years ago, yeah. During the Obama administration, she kept
2:15:42
pronouncing it key. And we've made the assumption that this is
2:15:46
code.
2:15:48
Yeah, it's code for I'm on board with the douchebags. As far as I
2:15:51
can tell.
2:15:52
That's what that's what I that's my interpretation to
2:15:56
its virtue signal. If you say Kiev, then we know that you hate
2:16:00
Putin.
2:16:02
That's probably
2:16:04
what we should check. What is what is Megan Kelly say, when
2:16:07
she says Kiev or Kiev? I don't know what she says. But she
2:16:11
hates Putin. That's why I'm curious.
2:16:13
Oh, maybe I don't even know if is that maybe some association
2:16:16
with the CIA. So let's go with the star with this system
2:16:20
openers. I got these. Dan Picard is kind of semi introductory and
2:16:26
I think it'll get us keep us up to up to speed is Russia opener.
2:16:31
Earlier today, President Biden spoke with Vladimir Putin on the
2:16:34
phone for about an hour. We'll hear more about that call later
2:16:37
in the program. The President had asked to speak with Putin
2:16:41
after US intelligence officials determined Russia might invade
2:16:44
Ukraine within days. On Friday, National Security Adviser Jake
2:16:48
Sullivan said the US did not know if Putin intends to invade
2:16:52
but that he wished civilians in Ukraine to leave now
2:16:55
if a Russian attack on Ukraine precedes it is likely to begin
2:16:59
with aerial bombing and missile attacks that could obviously
2:17:02
kill civilians without regard to their nationality. A subsequent
2:17:06
ground invasion would involve the onslaught of a massive
2:17:09
force.
2:17:10
The State Department has ordered most employees to leave the
2:17:13
embassy in the Ukrainian capitol and says it will suspend
2:17:16
consular services they're beginning on Sunday. NPR, Steve
2:17:20
Inskeep has been gaining some insight from a senior US
2:17:23
military official. Steve, thanks so much for being with us.
2:17:25
Good morning, Scott. Glad to be here.
2:17:28
Why is the US intensifying its warnings now from what you've
2:17:31
been able to glean?
2:17:31
Well, not because they definitely know what Russia is
2:17:35
going to do. This senior military official wasn't
2:17:38
authorized to speak publicly. So we're not but the added insight
2:17:42
and said quote, We do not have evidence that Putin has made a
2:17:46
decision. Nevertheless, something was detected in recent
2:17:50
days that is sharply heightened concern chatter.
2:17:54
I just want to mention I was watching. I was scanning through
2:17:57
everything Saturday, and every channel had somebody on the
2:18:02
spot, you know, near keys. And we're just like Putin, his clan
2:18:06
Putin has said we expect could be very tense. The next 72 hours
2:18:10
can be really intense. And you know, who was front and center
2:18:13
Fox News? They're all war mongers. All of them are war
2:18:16
mongers. They all are buying they're all part of this bowl
2:18:20
crap. Oh, yeah. Putin is gonna attack any minute now shut up.
2:18:25
Well, this started last week and I watched the press conference
2:18:30
with the guy Scott or whatever his name is Ned Ned. No was a
2:18:35
net it was this it was disposed to was the National Security
2:18:39
Advisor now. And he goes on and I was and it was on CNBC. So I
2:18:43
get to watch the market collapse as he was going on. And he soft
2:18:49
pedal the fact that it was NPR itself that made the accusation
2:18:52
that Putin had already told them they're going to attack and and
2:18:56
this goes end of end is everyone getting on board this especially
2:18:59
they are going to attack this week. I guarantee that they're
2:19:03
not going to attack this week, because the lot and just for
2:19:06
one, by the way, have a good analyst who comes on a really
2:19:10
has a nice way of putting this but the way I see it, is that
2:19:17
Putin is not going to attack before the Olympics are over and
2:19:21
they keep indicating that he might. And in the logic goes.
2:19:25
Thus, if Putin attacks which he's not going to do, he would
2:19:30
they would cut off that North Stream overnight. They would
2:19:35
already cut off but they would just they would never get to
2:19:37
open. So he
2:19:39
paused Stop, stop, stop. The pipe is completely functional.
2:19:43
They're not gonna let any or any gas co stay.
2:19:46
Biden Biden's gonna do that. How's Biden going to do that?
2:19:52
There's they're not going to let a gas through it is going to be
2:19:54
a disaster. They're going to do it through diplomatic I mean,
2:19:57
just sanctions. It's gonna cause a brouhaha that wishes another
2:20:02
reason they won't do it. But let's just say they get if Putin
2:20:05
has his gas cut off from North Stream, where's he going to?
2:20:08
Who's going to sell it to China? So you think if he's gonna sell
2:20:13
it to China, which is exactly what would happen, hmm, that
2:20:17
he'd want, he wouldn't want to screw with Xi, by having this
2:20:22
invasion for no good reason this week before the Olympics are
2:20:26
over, and take all the spotlight away from the Olympic Games,
2:20:29
because he's got a big show to do. And they get the big final
2:20:33
day of the Olympics is always a big production. And he does is
2:20:36
it was gonna throw shade on the Olympics. It she's his buddy is
2:20:41
gonna by the by the gas, it makes zero sense. Well, what's
2:20:45
the rush
2:20:46
beside that? It's also right now, and during the evening in
2:20:52
Ukraine, it's freezing. And during the day, it's thawing,
2:20:56
and it's mud everywhere. It's really a bad time to go invade a
2:21:00
country if you want troops on the ground.
2:21:04
Well, the whole thing is nonsense. But it's annoying that
2:21:06
they're promoting it. But it's our news media that's promoting
2:21:10
it.
2:21:10
Hello. That's what they do. It's warmongers. This is all that
2:21:13
they are.
2:21:15
Russia opener two, let's get to the second part.
2:21:17
Do we know what it is?
2:21:19
The official was not specific. But describe this as less of a
2:21:22
smoking gun like one great piece of intelligence and more as the
2:21:26
result of information that's accumulated for months or more
2:21:30
Russian troops are positioned near Ukraine. I should add a
2:21:33
qualifier here. We know from publicly available satellite
2:21:36
photos, the troops are not right on the border. But they are in
2:21:40
staging areas some distance away officially performing military
2:21:44
exercises.
2:21:44
And let's also add the Russians haven't offered any kind of
2:21:48
political justification or pretext that would justify an
2:21:52
invasion. Now they
2:21:53
haven't. When their troops went into some other countries in
2:21:57
recent years, they had some excuse some kind of violence or
2:22:00
unrest, or even an invitation from somebody in the country to
2:22:03
come in. We haven't seen that with Ukraine. The US has warned
2:22:07
of false flag operations that would create that pretext. But
2:22:10
that hasn't happened yet, either. Nevertheless, the
2:22:13
Russians have piled up tremendous force,
2:22:15
where's the video
2:22:16
check television, talked about aerial bombings and missile
2:22:20
attacks what we invasion look like?
2:22:22
Well, I felt that Sullivan's words were particularly
2:22:25
meaningful because Russia is one of the few nations in the world
2:22:30
that could conduct the kind of invasion that Scott we associate
2:22:33
with the United States, when the US invaded Iraq. And I know you
2:22:37
covered that they ordered sudden airstrikes. They fired missiles,
2:22:41
they dominated the skies. They had armored units who could
2:22:43
raise the capital, they very quickly decapitated the
2:22:46
government. It was very violent. It was very fast. And Russia has
2:22:50
many of those same capabilities. Russia also has precision
2:22:53
weapons, their planes would dominate the skies. It's widely
2:22:56
reported. they've deployed large numbers of rocket launchers and
2:22:59
missiles to Belarus. And they have many, many combat infantry
2:23:03
battalions in Belarus, where they could very quickly reach
2:23:05
the capital.
2:23:06
When you look at a map, not a long way from the border to the
2:23:10
capital.
2:23:11
No. And because of the way Ukraine's military is spread out
2:23:15
in a very big country, the senior military official says
2:23:18
that very, very few Ukrainian troops are currently defending
2:23:22
the roads to Kiev, they would be massively outnumbered.
2:23:25
You know what the giveaway is John and all this. Every single
2:23:29
report is talking about the military weapons, they've got
2:23:33
this. They've got that they've got this thing. They got that
2:23:35
capability? Because this is a military industrial complex
2:23:40
operation. I'm sure they're already making money. Oh, we've
2:23:45
got a counter that this into that know that know that we
2:23:47
needed this lift? Oh, yeah. I mean, this whole reporting is
2:23:49
all about the war machine. It's all about the worst. It's all
2:23:53
about the tools. Not even a buzzer down. Yes, sales are
2:23:57
down. Hey, hey, Joe. You pull this out of Afghanistan. What
2:24:01
you promised us new sales.
2:24:05
Yeah, pretty much. I mean, besides the 80 billion in sales
2:24:09
that were left in Afghanistan,
2:24:11
but that's good. Hello.
2:24:15
We love Yeah. Hello, here's 80 billion right in your pockets.
2:24:21
This go to part three of this.
2:24:23
Let's remind ourselves what what's at stake for the United
2:24:26
States in Ukraine? Well, for
2:24:27
the Biden administration, as well as the military This is a
2:24:30
test of the rules based international order that has
2:24:34
endured since 1945. The official says this would be a New World
2:24:38
Order of international aggression. And it would strike
2:24:41
at the idea of national sovereignty and endanger these
2:24:44
rules that have been used to avoid a World War for
2:24:47
generations.
2:24:48
I thought it used to be the liberal world order and it was
2:24:51
his rules based world order. Wait,
2:24:53
wait, wait, what he just said you might want to play this clip
2:24:56
again. How does this what he said? Jive is what we He did
2:25:00
what NATO did and what we did in Libya, what we did in Iraq
2:25:05
rules, but he did, what would happen to Qaddafi's operation?
2:25:11
Yeah. I mean, how does what he's about to say what he said here?
2:25:15
How does it jive with any of that, you know, this, oh,
2:25:18
Serbia, for that matter, give them Shock and Awe jivi Shock
2:25:24
and Awe play it again,
2:25:25
let's remind ourselves what what's at stake for the United
2:25:28
States in Ukraine?
2:25:29
Well, for the Biden administration, as well as the
2:25:31
military, this is a test of the rules based international order
2:25:35
that has endured since 1945. The official says this would be a
2:25:40
huge act of international aggression. And it would strike
2:25:43
at the idea of national sovereignty and endanger these
2:25:47
rules that have been used to avoid a World War for
2:25:49
generations. Scott,
2:25:50
there are analysts
2:25:51
Well, let me just respond to that before we continue. It's
2:25:55
very it's very logical. It's a rules based international order.
2:25:58
What he doesn't say is that we make the rules see we write them
2:26:01
whenever we want to, then it's rule See, that's how it goes.
2:26:04
There are analysts who doubt Russia would ever invade
2:26:09
Ukraine. Because they say essentially, President Putin is
2:26:13
getting everything he wants without an actual invasion.
2:26:16
Without a doubt. We heard an analyst in Moscow say days ago
2:26:19
that he never believe Putin intended to invade and he has
2:26:22
forced the West to think about Russian concerns. He's getting a
2:26:25
stream of foreign visitors, and he's going to be on the phone
2:26:27
this weekend, apparently with President Biden. But the concern
2:26:30
by the senior US military official is that Putin may be
2:26:34
close to a historic mistake. His troops could invade Ukraine
2:26:38
easily, which makes it tempting, although they could have a lot
2:26:40
of trouble getting out.
2:26:44
Can I play the clip about the phone call this weekend?
2:26:49
Sure, White House does that call between two world leaders didn't
2:26:52
produce any major breakthroughs? And a senior ranking official
2:26:55
tells us they're still not sure whether or not Vladimir Putin
2:26:58
has made the decision to invade. But early this morning the State
2:27:01
Department pulled most of its diplomats out of the Embassy in
2:27:04
Kiev just in case Q. During the hour long conversation The White
2:27:09
House says President Biden urged President Putin to engage de
2:27:14
escalation and diplomacy but the time for diplomacy is running
2:27:18
thin, traveling and Fiji Secretary of State Anthony blue
2:27:21
excuse me, that is not the correct use the time is running
2:27:25
short running out is thin ever a way of time
2:27:29
to catch the elation and diplomacy but the time for
2:27:32
diplomacy is running thin. Traveling in Fiji Secretary of
2:27:36
State Anthony Blinken said the US still has not received a
2:27:39
written response to its security proposals were
2:27:42
in the window when a Russian invasion could start anytime.
2:27:48
Russia now has 80% of the troops that would need to invade
2:27:51
positioned along Ukraine's borders,
2:27:53
any American in Ukraine should leave as soon as possible. And
2:27:57
in any event in the next 24 to 48 hours.
2:28:01
About 7000 Americans and Ukraine have registered with the State
2:28:04
Department. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said
2:28:07
yesterday anyone who stays should not expect a US military
2:28:11
rescue.
2:28:11
The President will not be putting the lives of our men and
2:28:14
women in uniform at risk by sending them into a war zone.
2:28:18
3000 US troops however, are headed to join units already
2:28:22
positioned in Poland and Romania. With 8200 on standby to
2:28:26
backup other NATO allies. In case Putin's territorial
2:28:30
aspirations expand beyond Ukraine.
2:28:33