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He's just flooded and flooded flooded the Flubber Adam curry
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John C Devorah
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Sunday May 15 2022 This is your award winning get my nation
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media assassination episode 1451
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This is no agenda
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enjoying the view from here and broadcasting live from the heart
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of the Texas Hill Country he and FEMA Region number six in the
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morning everybody I'm Adam curry
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from Northern Silicon Valley where the sun is shining and
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everyone's happy can i I'm Jesse Devorah
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scale that's all this going on in California sun is shining
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everybody's happy that doesn't say yeah so that doesn't sound
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right at all
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it is right and you should you haven't lived here long enough.
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Well no I left screaming That's why wait that's not fair. I left
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Los Angeles screaming
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yes that was does definitely since that's
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well even though it was a shoo in I do think that we should pat
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ourselves on the back once again
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well you know now I'm this is like the 10th time in a row that
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this happened
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What do you mean the 10th time in a row that this happens every
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year is the same old same old you take a look to political
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system or a system or the system that the news political news
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around the world and then you see well what's what countries
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beleaguered? We do let's give them the award. That Mises award
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is a bunch of bull crap.
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Well, this is the fun thing about Eurovision. I do need to
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discuss this for a moment. Even though we went to the Hollywood
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executives party in Austin last night, we were able to watch
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almost two and a half hours on Peacock, which I acquired
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specifically for the mission. Something about this right off
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the bat. The whole idea of the Eurovision Song Contest for over
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50 years has been its camp, but the people who broadcast it take
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it seriously. Except for the United Kingdom because they
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always almost always lose and it became such a running joke that
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this very straight laced Sir Terry Wogan started doing funny,
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drunk commentary. So what does peacock do? They completely miss
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it. And they put they hire Johnny Weir, that former skating
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champion who is there in a studio in a box in the lower
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corner of the screen with angel wings on being super gay. And,
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and then still doing a straight read every time about each app
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that came up completely ruined the experience. Especially
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because this year, and I'm sure you didn't watch. There were
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some decent songs. I was very surprised at the level of
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songwriting. I mean, there were some songs in there that I think
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could easily be contemporary and you know, top 40 hits on today's
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radio. So what as I was watching my sisters, in the little
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siblings group talking to each other, they were really pissed
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off. They were somehow surprised that this was clearly a
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politically motivated vote, which by the way, it came from
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the public, not necessarily from the professional judges, which
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is a combined vote. And I'm like this has been this way ever
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since I've watched this thing we always saw Moldova vote for
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either Ukraine or Russia we saw Lithuania vote for Russia Russia
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vote for Lithuania it was always this way. And yet now everyone's
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kind of surprised Oh this is bullcrap. This is political No
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kidding. So but still we call it come on we got we got props for
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that we got to say that
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yeah, well it's a no brainer.
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here's the here's the winners i No
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way I didn't see this these guys was the guy with his whole face
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is like tattooed or is he in blackface? What is that?
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Now this Russian tribal war paint?
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I don't know John. Oh, yeah, those Russian tribes.
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I mean, what bothered you more that or the or the pink hat the
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guy was wearing which was pretty much a pussy hat not quite it
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didn't have the the ears needed. But you know,
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I thought the blackface is more offensive.
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Here's their message as they won the entire song contest
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help Ukraine muddy your bowl help
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Have you been able to observe this? This video This song is
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performance? Because at one point there's a very interesting
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kind of flute that one of the guy plays Did you see this?
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No. All I saw was the guy in blackface. I refuse to watch.
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Okay,
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so it might have been the guy in blackface who certainly has this
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long, I'd say it's about it's about two feet long. And he
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blows in one end and holds it. It's almost like a peace pipe at
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the other end and uses his finger to create the tones and
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it has it it's kind of a familiar sound. And I think
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that's part of the hook of the record, but I was concerned that
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Moldova would win over Ukraine until I noticed that they had a
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secret weapon in their arsenal. They brought in a shield
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musician listen to the listen to this flute
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you hear this flute Job's gonna be performed. There's something
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else in there clearly when pleases clearly they wouldn't
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have won without you're standing by them. John, I'm so proud of
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you.
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Thank you. The collusion. Time to watch you only had time to
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play.
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collusion. Orchestra everybody. Yeah, so instead we went to the
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Hollywood executives Austin party, which was pretty good,
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interesting people.
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Anything you can report
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met a guy running for Austin City Council. Is there a is
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there a VC guideline? Webmin? Web Webmin web ma N
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not I know Yan Webmin. There's a million VC people nowadays.
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Yeah.
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Yeah. Well, he's I guess that's his uncle. And that guy's a
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billionaire. So who gives a shit about him? What are you doing?
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It's a Hollywood guy. A lot of Hollywood a lot of people who
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were fresh in Austin and it was it was kind of nice to see how
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they were enjoying it in this little little enclave of not
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Ultra left people so they all felt kind of like Wow, it's so
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nice to be at this party where we can say stuff because you
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know so imagine like, no agenda Mita but but then with with
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better drinks probably.
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Yeah, well that wouldn't take much
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was interesting. I can't not nothing I can really share
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nothing I can release yet until it comes time to predict
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something
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that's how predictions work.
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One quick update on the Bahama Resort case. You'll recall that
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this is three people died one woman I guess she's still
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hanging in there and no one knew what they had died of and we of
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course immediately went towards them doing Toots and getting
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fentanyl because that's us are one of our producers said no no
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How about Freon from a leaky fridge and now comes a report
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this is not official yet. Turns out they had those air
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conditioning units inside the villas which makes sense because
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the hotel would have central air conditioning you know the ones
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that are over the door and you have a remote control by the bed
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and they don't really ever work that well. But they'll blow some
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air on Yeah, they're white usually kind of like a like a
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levels like a sound bar above the door and I'm talking about
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they're all over the place too apparently, if that was leaking
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Freon which is something that happens all too regularly that
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could have been the culprit and that would kind of make sense if
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it's hot you close all the windows you turn that thing on
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and the same thing Freon goes starts from the bottom up so
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maybe
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maybe we'll three I don't use Freon anymore anyway that's
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that's been banned worldwide
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use everything is good for you Sure. They don't use that in in
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these.
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I don't think so. They don't even think they make Freon
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anymore. It's just that there was causing the big hole in the
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ozone layer.
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So now that was my hairspray and mine alone. Also, our network
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art Yeah. Our network is vast. Sir Francis of SR. Q knows the
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no flying experience pilot who landed the plane?
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Yeah. Why am I not surprised? Yes. And he was a little pissed
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at me. He's like, I'm surprised actually, I'm surprised that the
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pilot didn't what? Listener?
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Well, the pilot is going to be I think Savannah Savannah flew
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down to interview him so he'll be on today's show or something
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and we'll hear more about it. But and he he connected me on
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email said dude, have you ever flown fight flight simulator?
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No. Do you run drugs for living? Nope. So I guess our theory is
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out the window.
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That was mostly yours there theories.
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Know your theory was the original pilot did a tool for
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you.
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That's different. Yes I did that was my theory was the pilot did
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again snorted fentanyl people stay away from these thought it
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was cocaine it was fentanyl only dropped, dropped right here on
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the spot one of these days you're gonna be right arrested
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was all yours, one of these drugs.
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One of these days you're going to be right. I'm telling you,
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every one of these days you'll nailers still
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don't guide you. There's no proof I wasn't right on this.
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True.
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True. We'll keep it open. Well, since we started with Ukraine,
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maybe we should talk a little bit more about Ukraine today
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because this is part of the of the trauma base entertainment
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that we that are we receiving couched as news. And it works
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very well still in in other countries. And you our producer
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in Finland who left the show in disgust because we were laughing
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at babies being killed in Ukraine, which is kind of a
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shortcut to what happened. But it
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sounds more like two people didn't like the fact that I sent
11:02
out a second newsletter today. Or yesterday. What does that
11:07
have to do with anything? The same kind of result I got from
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two or three people? Well, what did you get? You stink for
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sending this out. You're always pestering us. And now you look
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the guy up. He's never opened the newsletter ever interested?
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Interest? Yeah, no, no, we lost 75 People
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75 People unsubscribe because you sent out an emergency
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newsletter because the original one? And by the way, did you
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send this from a different email address? Because I here's what I
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noticed. I have a filter set up in my email, which is not Gmail
11:45
or anything related. And when something comes in from you, it
11:47
goes to a special box because I love you and I want to read you,
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unlike me, where you have to like search for something. Oh,
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yeah, you sent that a month ago? All right, because I love you
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anyway.
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But yeah,
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but the newsletter specifically is filtered into a newsletter
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box. This time, it went into your special alert box. And I
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looked and it was sent from j@devora.org instead of I think
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no agenda@devora.org? Could that have been part of the problem of
12:15
the initial fail?
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The initial newsletter was sent from the exact same address.
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But but you don't always send it from that. You sometimes send it
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from no agenda at i know i
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That's on Thursday. Oh, on Sundays, always j is sorting
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mechanisms. But the difference? The only real difference was one
12:38
was a HTML email. And the other one was plain text. Yeah,
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that'll do it. The plain text goes through to everybody. Yeah,
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yeah, that'll do it. But you know, they're always
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encouraging. I would say Gmail, everybody, all these systems,
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all Google, you use HTML email, use that. And yeah, it's a lot
12:57
prettier. And you can do a lot more with this. It's, it's cool,
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and you put photos and you make everything look good. And then
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it
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immediately gets blocked,
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blocked and the same people. Well, we might have a couple, I
13:09
had a couple of super super guys that knew what they're talking
13:12
about, about these little details that MailChimp does, and
13:16
maybe they should find some way to get some of these little
13:20
digital signaling systems within the headers and all these email
13:23
systems. And they one to one guy said right to guys be very
13:29
specific about specific things that should be changed. And so
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I'm gonna see if I can do well get that accomplished here.
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Here's what we learned back in the pod show days, when we had a
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system where you could request a password reset and other things.
13:45
And just sending out notices to users, that if you basically
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have to pay these, these companies who are completely
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venture capital back to forget their name, you pay them
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$150,000 a year, and everything that is sent through their mail
14:04
server, because that's what you do you use their SMTP server is
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whitelisted, with Google with, you know, every other big email
14:12
provider. And otherwise, you go into wherever, wherever you're
14:17
directed to go to by the email provider, mainly Gmail being a
14:20
big culprit. So there's a toll to be paid and it's the same
14:24
people who finance Google who finance these rip off artists in
14:27
the middle. It's disgusting. It's a cartel.
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Well, I'm thinking that yeah, there's a bit of that. But for
14:37
example, one letter that one of our producers says, I'll just
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read part of it part of your mail delivery process might be
14:45
that your domain demark settings look wrong. S O P F looks okay.
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It's in the messages like it's working. But d k i M and D Mark
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could use them to tender loving care. Well, you know,
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who was an expert in that? void zero key is the expert and he
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will tell us exactly what to do. So this leads me I
15:07
got two guys here that both had pretty much the same messaging.
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I don't need to. I mean, I bought void zeros the best but I
15:15
hate to keep bothering him for anything. Okay, so back to when
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I set up my I mean maybe can help me I just get off MailChimp
15:22
and put do this right on my own and save the money. Well, yeah,
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Jim's not that cheap. It will.
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So here's the bottom
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line, but I didn't know that again, that's an effort and then
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all the old MailChimp stuff, I could just keep it as a kind of
15:37
a skeleton and use it just to look up some old stuff. But I
15:41
mean, MailChimp does maintain a huge database of old e
15:45
newsletters and such,
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since we're discussing it and we're writing the book on value
15:51
for value it's important for podcasters who are interested in
15:55
surviving this way to understand that there's multiple parts that
16:00
are incredibly important in the value for value process feeding
16:03
back of course, in the donation notes is important, but we've
16:06
learned and that's really all on you because you you're an expert
16:10
in this field, we've learned that the newsletter is what is
16:14
critical to remind people that we have a show coming up remind
16:19
people to support the show. Now we also know that there's a fine
16:24
balance between content and and asking to for people to listen
16:30
to the show again and to support it. If you do lots of content
16:33
you get zero support we've never noticed this is like the massive
16:37
failure wow that's that's a great newsletter John lots of
16:40
interesting stuff. Yeah, and then he's horrible physalis
16:42
effect so for us living as value for value podcasters when you
16:48
see only six or eight donations coming in, that's like that's
16:53
like when you know just like okay house rent gonna be it's
16:56
gonna be a little tighter. So you think immediately did we
16:59
fuck something up? Are we horrible people? Did we know? I
17:04
don't know is that is the economic collapse upon us. No
17:06
one has money to support us with these are these are scary things
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when that's one
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of those misinterpretations.
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What this is most misinterpretations by me.
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By visa one of us I mean, when you see something like that, oh,
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yeah, you have to assume it's not you. Effective. One of the
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things that people should know who are podcasters and we have a
17:26
lot of net listen to this show. Going back to what you said
17:30
initially, is people your podcast, whatever even no agenda
17:35
is not the first thing on anyone's mind at all. Ever.
17:39
They're all
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obsessed with, you know, this song contest Eurovision,
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I don't even that's Derek says with a gasoline price. Costco
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sale starts today or tomorrow. Starts Wednesday, by the way. So
17:56
you have to do all these little dipshit things and people
18:00
criticize you for it. I mean, but the people who criticize you
18:03
for for criticize you for it usually aren't team players. And
18:09
sometimes they don't even I don't even know if they really
18:12
it maybe they hate listen to the show. It's hard to test
18:14
possible.
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So anyway, back to our finished producer who was who's a knight
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has been a producer for a long time. He lives in Finland. He's
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lived there for a long time. And he was very disgusted he felt
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and you know, and I understand because Finland has a very
18:29
different view of Russia, because they are their neighbor.
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And so he even though he claims he no longer listens to the
18:38
show, he does send me articles from Finland to keep me up to
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speed on the vibe and what's going on there which I highly
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appreciate. But in this most recent email he gave me all this
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and he said by the way, I still haven't gone back to listening
18:53
to the show. And no agenda social it oh my god, it's so
18:57
radical. It's like everyone works for Russia. And I really
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suspect several of them are taking payments from FSB Yeah,
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that's unreasonable. It's completely that's like how do
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you and I see no agenda see social all the time? How do you
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get there to actually thinking that there's people on no agenda
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social being paid by Russian intelligence services to Post
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Pro or maybe not anti Russian stuff? How do you get that has
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to be some form of cognitive dissonance it can't be any other
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way. Makes no sense. And part of that is you know Finland now
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applying for NATO membership official as of today, along with
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Sweden we knew this was coming but Finland I think is first out
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of the gate. And of course they have nothing to worry about
19:48
because the UK will back him up if anything happens. But did you
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see what yet what do you see what's happening with you see
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what's happening with Turkey though before we get into year
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one? That's the clip I've got her fix per sake because this is
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this is an interesting little thing that took place.
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It's not a long clip but it explains a little bit of it. In
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fact the desert now I think about it it's from NPR doesn't
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really explain anything. It just tells you what's going on what's
20:13
going on, but we can explain a Finland Turkey clip. Sweden,
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Finland,
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Turkey we
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go foreign ministers from Turkey, Finland and Sweden are
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holding talks to resolve disagreements over Finnish and
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Swedish plans to join NATO. They are all getting ready to apply.
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They're both getting ready to apply to join the military
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alliance after Russia's invasion. That was an
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interesting
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flub. Why didn't they why didn't they edit that? She went from
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all to they both that's interesting.
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Shit. This woman by the way, this she's I've she's only been
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on a few times. She I can't tell you how this like she does maybe
20:47
an hour news. She's just flooded and flooded, flooded. She's a
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flubber.
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They're all getting ready to apply. They're both getting
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ready to apply to join the military alliance after Russia's
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invasion of Ukraine. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Chavez
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shaloo called their plans unacceptable and outrageous. The
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Finnish prime minister expressed confidence that a solution will
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be found. NATO Secretary General is not in attendance at
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gatherings in Berlin, after testing positive for COVID.
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Yeah, it doesn't really explain anything, but you want
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to get out of a meeting? Yeah,
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I got COVID.
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Well, what's going on is Erawan first came out and said, you
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know, we're not and the way that NATO works is all 30 member
21:33
countries have to agree to a new member to expansion. And if one
21:37
says no, then it's not happening. So Turkey said, Well,
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there's way too many problems with immigrants in Sweden. I
21:47
don't know if he said Finland as well, for our finished producer
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immediately went, there's no problem here. The may or may not
21:55
be I thought there might be some problems. But this is mainly the
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if you look at Sweden, look at Stockholm, just go look at any
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new site and type in Sweden. And you'll see the issues they have
22:05
and and the word riot. Yeah, and of course a lot lighter. A lot
22:09
of these immigrants came there thanks to Turkey, who started
22:13
just letting them go. They they took the the migrants, the
22:17
refugees, really from Syria, which are driven out mainly by
22:21
us. And they held them in in pens until they said, Hey,
22:25
you're up, you're not doing what we like. And they started
22:27
letting them out. And that started flowing into into Europe
22:31
and certainly into Scandinavia. And now they're saying oh,
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that's you got to fix all that. Before we say anything. I think
22:39
his foreign minister walked that back a tiny bit. But of course
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Turkey has very interesting relationships with with Russia.
22:48
So maybe Turkey is looking for a payoff. I mean, let's just say
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it's probably certain turkeys looking for a payoff from
22:54
somebody. I think it's whoever is the highest bidder right now.
22:58
Will it be Russia? Will it be the US somebody's got a gotta
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make them help help them make up their mind?
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Well, they voted no. And so now this
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well, they haven't voted. voted no. Yes. They haven't voted. No,
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there's been no vote yet.
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Now, but they're not going to. I don't see how we can approve
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this. Get this screw if they do.
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It's called The Great reset. Nothing surprises me. Yeah, I
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know you don't believe me. It's fine. All right. What else do
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you have? I have stuff on Ukraine. But I got
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a little rundown. We can keep up to date here. Again, back to our
23:37
friends at NPR.
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Oh, can I say something? It'd be nice to say something about NPR
23:41
before we continue because NPR clips are important for us. We
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had a discussion about the legality of NPR doing native
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ads?
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Oh, yes. And I said I didn't see how they why they wouldn't be
23:56
able to and you said ya know, they can't they can't they
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can't. Although I think that word. Legality is up for debate.
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But you obviously have something here? Yes.
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They do not offer any products on the radio that contain native
24:16
advertising there. It's very strict, brought to you by that's
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kind of now I didn't get into their charter and you know how
24:25
that works with with the government, you know, small
24:28
subsidy that the government pays but they really can't do native
24:31
advertising. They certainly don't offer it. But podcast,
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which of course are exactly the same content as the radio, which
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is where you and I get our clips from. I'm quite sure you didn't
24:42
get any clips by recording the radio. That's where they have
24:47
the halo units. Custom Designed for each sponsor to promote a
24:53
brand support of specific NPR content with an embedded content
24:57
module. It's not native advertising. It's an embedded
25:00
content module. So that's how it works. That's why we have these
25:06
that's why we're being bombarded with native ads from well, not
25:10
bombarded but from NPR because it's podcast and that's where
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they can
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see that ad about the taco pizza. Which is the best way to
25:20
describe it. Mexican pizza I think Max That's it. That's just
25:24
the right word. It seems to me that it was I mean, yeah, I
25:29
picked it off the stream which was online I didn't get it over
25:33
the air but it seems like it was over the air to me they was just
25:37
seemed like it was repurposed over the air material. I could
25:41
be wrong. I mean, I don't know why they slip this into the
25:43
stream and not put it over the air
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because they don't offer that content product for I think
25:49
specific reason doesn't matter. At least we know what's going
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on. We know what to look for.
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Yeah, oh no, it's very easy to see. It's a two minutes of B S.
26:01
Well, here we go again with more BS but I don't think this is the
26:03
native ad this is their Ukraine run down and this is a you could
26:08
hear it. I put the word I put BS on here because it sounds like a
26:12
bunch of bull rush rain. One
26:14
is suffering a major setback in Ukraine as it becomes clear that
26:18
their forces are retreating from the city of Harkey. Since the
26:21
first days of the war, Russian troops attacked and attempted to
26:24
encircle Ukraine's second largest city. But Ukrainian
26:27
officials, international military observers and NPRs own
26:30
Jason Beaubien on the ground in Harkey say Moscow's forces are
26:34
now slowly but steadily being pushed away from the city. And
26:38
Jason is with us now from Kharkiv to tell us more. Jason,
26:41
welcome back to the program. Thanks so much for joining us.
26:43
No, it's
26:44
great to be here. Michelle,
26:45
what is it that you're seeing there and
26:47
Harkey that makes you say that Russian forces are moving back
26:50
from the city?
26:51
Well, first, you know, top military officials here are
26:54
saying that this is happening. But we're also hearing it from
26:57
Ukrainian soldiers when we're out at checkpoints. And also
27:00
just talking to people here, they're saying that the Russian
27:02
artillery positions are no longer able to pound the
27:05
neighborhood's own edge of the city like they were before. And
27:09
just today, we were able to get out in some towns and villages
27:12
that were occupied by the Russians as recently as just a
27:15
few weeks ago. So it's very clear that the Ukrainian troops
27:18
are regaining territory north and east of arkiv. And they're
27:22
pushing the Russian forces back towards the Russian border,
27:25
where she has grabbed a lot of Ukrainian territory and the east
27:28
of the country as well as the South. How significant is it
27:31
that Ukraine appears to have won this battle for Harkey?
27:34
You know, it's very significant. Russia at first attempted to
27:37
take the capital Kyiv, which is the largest city in Ukraine that
27:41
failed. Now Moscow's attempts to take the second largest city
27:44
Harkey also appears to have failed also just geographically
27:48
this moves that last Russian frontline further east pretty
27:52
much pushing the Russians out of the north and the heartland of
27:55
the country.
27:56
What are you hearing from the people there are? Sounds like a
28:00
strange question, but are they celebrating?
28:03
It sounds like an orchestrated question. No kidding. I
28:07
celebrate.
28:09
So what is this guy a mind reader? Oh, there's a lot do we
28:15
do we have any clue? Is there an insider there and it has in the
28:19
meetings do we know that Russia try to take
28:22
Kyiv there's no evidence of that no evidence
28:26
there's no evidence whatsoever they kind of skirted it didn't
28:30
come mounting it with ballistic missiles like they haven't
28:32
marsupial North goupil Mari whatever it
28:36
is mostly salami.
28:38
That place the place has been flattened so they can flatten a
28:42
place they didn't do anything like that. See
28:44
when you laugh when you laugh about flattening places we lose
28:47
listeners John Stop it. Stop it to lose
28:51
listeners per sending out a second newsletter. So
28:55
you you're not good for the show right now. Calm down.
28:59
Garg. And so, so this is bullcrap. It's just making it
29:04
up. We don't know that the whole thing wasn't a scheme. I mean,
29:09
it's like the GA situation where we've heard it from the app
29:12
played that clip a long time ago from that guy from the I think
29:15
that London School of Economics or Oh yes, he was an expert on
29:18
this and he described what happened in Georgia and he said
29:20
they were never intended to take over Georgia they keep saying
29:24
Russia wants to take over Ukraine i There's no evidence of
29:28
this.
29:29
I have some other weird things from mainstream but I'd love to
29:32
hear the second NPR less
29:34
hear the rest of this but I'm just saying it just seems like
29:37
they're just making it out in the public what date Yes, yes.
29:41
They just making stuff up and putting it out there with you
29:45
know as though they know something they don't know
29:47
anything.
29:48
But that's kind of what news is, is immediately get the get the
29:51
opinion is no, no, no, no, no, no. Here's the format, report
29:54
the headline. Then bring in the opinion guy who will make it
29:58
sound like that's what happened. That's That's how these that's
30:01
how all news works these days. And it's the opinion Person
30:05
of the opinion. This is the way the news has worked for longer
30:08
than just these days.
30:09
Well, yes, I probably since before we started this show, but
30:14
it's gotten more apparent. Well,
30:17
that's because we brought it to the four. I'm sorry, I'm
30:20
probably not the only ones. Other people have been pointing
30:22
this out to you. I think they were trailblazers, but not the
30:27
only game in town. No, no, but we are the best
30:29
game in town. Oh, absolutely.
30:31
We're the best. No,
30:32
not at all. Here are still very cautious. They're very nervous.
30:36
The bombardment of the city was incredibly destructive. And this
30:41
offensive by the Ukrainians it's been a long, slow slog this long
30:45
that the battle return again, there are some people that are
30:47
still sleeping in the subway stations here and other bomb
30:50
shelters every night because they're still not believing that
30:53
this is true. But out in some of the towns that were occupied by
30:57
the Russians people there they're just elated. They say
31:01
our boys have come in and liberated their towns and I have
31:04
to say these towns are really have been blown to bits. I met
31:08
this one woman, a Pavlenko, Victoria and she was cleaning up
31:11
her house in a village just east of Harkey
31:14
was over by Numato you understand? Just like in this
31:16
house in my house they've been living for a month Russians
31:19
living in from
31:20
the Russian occupiers rammed her front gate. She says they drank
31:24
all of her homemade wine they shot both her toilet and her
31:27
television. Victoria at her family they Hemet
31:30
they shot her toilet
31:33
I you know I heard I said stop me too when I heard they they
31:37
saw the Russian bastards who went in there first they shoot
31:42
her television so they so they themselves can't watch TV. And
31:45
then they then they look around where's your crap? Or you know
31:51
and then they shoot it die you can't take a crap now. Oh gosh,
31:56
ah, it's just one of those contrived, you know, inventions.
32:01
No, this is this is a meme. Something's something's going on
32:05
with this shooting
32:06
a toilet shooting and toilets are just such a thing. I can see
32:09
it as if someone had soldier had a huge sense of humor. There's
32:14
something funny about about it. There's no doubt about that. But
32:17
it is to dehumanize people to not give them a dignified place
32:21
to poop. And you will see this report coming on NPR you will
32:26
see this report coming on NPR. I guess this is this is we're
32:29
catching it now. The shooting of Ukrainian toilets will be a
32:33
thing. To mark my word. I've been around
32:38
the toilet. The Russian occupiers rammed her front gate.
32:42
She says they drank all of her homemade wine they shot both her
32:45
toilet and her television. Victoria and her family they
32:49
spent weeks sheltering in the basement of a friend's house
32:51
during the occupation. There was no electricity, gas or running
32:55
water but the Russians still wouldn't allow them to leave no
32:58
one yet gotten yourself on this zonula Tom and Nick was calling
33:01
us today not
33:02
like a hostages here because they the moment they invaded.
33:06
They booked all the roads that it is possible to escape from
33:08
the city. I know that people were trying to do it but I don't
33:11
have any information if some of them managed to do it. But yeah,
33:14
we pretty much we've been like a hostages.
33:16
She says she knows at least three people in this village
33:19
were killed by the Russians during the occupation. Her
33:21
neighbor told us about a young girl being raped by a soldier we
33:25
can't confirm these accounts but the physical destruction in this
33:29
village and others it's very plain to see and while residents
33:32
you know they still face major challenges to rebuild they were
33:35
telling us today that they're incredibly happy to be back now
33:38
as part of Ukraine.
33:40
Those Russians are real shit shooters da well, you if you
33:49
think NPR is off the hook, let's go let's take a listen
33:54
to this your right you may be rabid this toilet. I'm telling
33:57
you that can smell this. Oh, this a while. I will be here
34:05
every Thursday, including the second one. So MSNBC Chris Hayes
34:12
who's back from his COVID Because you know, the double jab
34:16
double boosted got the COVID course. He's back. He's back on
34:20
the air and he had Michael D. Weiss on who is a contributing
34:26
editor at The Daily Beast and special investing a Director of
34:30
Special Investigations at the free Russia Foundation. The free
34:34
Russia Foundation, which I only noticed that that wasn't
34:38
a free Russia. This is a good idea. Well, I
34:41
think this let's see what this is. The free Russia Foundation
34:45
is an international organization supporting civil society and
34:48
democratic development in Russia sounds like an NGO that that
34:52
will introduce regime change to CIA and they're headquartered in
34:56
Washington DC, but they have regional offices. Are you ready
35:00
for it? Regional Offices in Kyiv, or as we say, Kyiv,
35:04
Ukraine, Tbilisi, Georgia, Prague and Berlin. We actively
35:11
support political development and economic reforms and defend
35:14
democracies against autocratic threats in countries neighboring
35:18
Russia throughout Europe and worldwide as we see the success
35:21
of these processes directly linked with progress in Russia.
35:24
So there's basically the I read this as a regime change
35:28
organization designed to change Russia from the inside. Yeah,
35:33
good luck. Anyway, so he's a journalist, and
35:36
that's never been tried before special country like Russia I'm
35:40
making Well,
35:41
I'm sure that that went well with the Tbilisi, Georgia and
35:45
Kyiv. Ukraine. I'm pretty sure those guys might have been
35:49
involved.
35:51
Yeah, well,
35:53
so anyway, here he is. And he brings us the news that Putin,
35:58
President Putin is indeed deathly ill, desperately,
36:01
desperately ill. He's got the big cancer
36:04
rumors have persisted that Putin is ailing from some malady,
36:07
including cancer for many, many years going back way before the
36:10
invasion of Ukraine. However, a few weeks ago, I came into
36:14
possession of a tape of a Russian oligarch who I know and
36:18
was, could easily authenticate who he was because he more or
36:21
less identifies himself on the tape chattering to a Western
36:24
venture capitalist about various things. One, how miserable this
36:30
war is for oligarchs like himself. He says that Putin has
36:33
single handedly driven Russia back 50 years. He has the blood
36:37
of 15,000 Russian soldiers on his hands. This is more of a
36:40
calamity than the Soviet invasion and occupation of
36:42
Afghanistan. But then he says, Putin is very, very ill with
36:47
blood cancer, he says and he makes the suggestion that we all
36:51
believe that he is going to die before this war is out and we
36:54
all hope that he will, which is kind of a shocking disclosure in
36:58
a number of ways press because one, if this is the truth, well,
37:01
wow. This oligarch is talking out of his hat speculating mass,
37:06
you know, I believe doing kind of remote diagnosis the way that
37:09
a lot of people that are quoted in the tabloid press are doing
37:11
okay. Are number three and perhaps most tantalizing ball
37:15
tantalize? If this is some cleverly cooked up piece of
37:17
disinformation, that Russian elites have disseminated into
37:21
the West, and also within Moscow itself in the sort of inner
37:25
sanctum of the Russian government, then it suggests
37:27
that it's designed to make Putin look vulnerable and weak and
37:30
perhaps susceptible to a coup.
37:34
So this guy,
37:36
no way Wait, let's back up. Now this is the this guy is with
37:41
that NGO that you're talking about. It's got the offices all
37:44
over the place, believe is just a bullcrap operation to trying
37:49
to overthrow the government. Oh, this sounds like that's exactly
37:54
right.
37:55
Thank you. And I will add something to that
37:59
boat Hold on. But do they really think that this bull crap is
38:03
going to fly? Oh, yes.
38:05
Because they have the receipts. You see? They can they can tell
38:09
you where the information came from. You were asking Do they
38:12
have someone on the inside and PR, of course, but is anyone
38:15
reporting? Well, of course, we know when it comes to Russia.
38:19
What is the most credible online source? You can think of?
38:25
Twitter? No, I mean, a specific information source. rafidah.
38:31
When you hear it, you you will shoot yourself but you won't
38:34
have a
38:35
toilet. You won't have New York Times. No, no,
38:37
neither one neither one much better than
38:39
that. There's some other reporting in this piece.
38:42
Courtesy of Christo grows up. He's the rather brilliant
38:44
investigator at Bellingcat, the website that has unmasked
38:52
the rather brilliant investigative reporter from
38:55
Bellingcat. Yeah. Okay. Are you done?
38:58
You have to give everyone a background on Bellingcat that
39:01
went as what we know so far.
39:03
Well, my the way I see it, and we've done a lot of
39:06
deconstruction on Bellingcat goes back to the Malaysia
39:08
Airlines flight that was shot out of the air over Ukraine,
39:13
mainly Dutch people on the flight, which is why I know a
39:15
lot about it. Most of the Dutch families are still outraged. The
39:19
Black Box was never released. There's lots of information,
39:22
although the black, we mentioned that the black box was filed
39:26
exists,
39:26
it apparently exist. Yes. Russia showed that it could not be
39:30
them. It has many, many theories, but it also makes no
39:35
sense. If anything, it was a horrible accident, which was
39:38
then used for for gain really to start off a lot of this stuff up
39:42
because this even happened did not happen before. Was it m m h
39:48
17. When was that? Did that happen before the 2014 coup?
39:56
It was I don't know that's a good question. Now that oh also
40:00
weak 17th
40:01
of July 2014. Okay, so same year we'd have we'd have to look at
40:09
the exact dates but it didn't help make Russia look good.
40:13
That's for sure. So belling cat has all kinds of very suspicious
40:18
ties and they're the ones that the that the they have a name.
40:23
It's a special group, the the MH 17 investigation group come up
40:29
with it in a second. They they use belling cat information to
40:33
prove that it was Russia that shot down the flight and not
40:37
Ukraine. And I can't go much deeper than that because I
40:42
forget more than I remember. But we we went deep into belling cat
40:47
and it seems take a look at belling cats homepage at the
40:50
moment.
40:50
Okay, are you doing that? Are you doing that now for I got it
40:52
right
40:53
here and it's unraveling of the killing of Shareen Abu act lay
40:56
the journalist that's at the top and then it goes to Russia's
41:01
Cuba non followers. Oh, can't make up their minds about
41:07
Ukraine. That's like Right, right up there. Also latest
41:16
resources. This new tool lets you analyze tick tock hashtags.
41:22
So I guess there's something going on with tick tock
41:24
hashtags. belling cat is banned in Russia. Here's how to beat
41:29
the block. How to archive telegram content document
41:35
Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Those are the kinds of does have
41:40
the tools and they have the then they have these are the cluster
41:43
munitions documented by Ukrainian civilians. The
41:48
invasion of Ukraine tracking use of cluster munitions in civilian
41:52
areas.
41:52
They specialize in what they call fact checking and Open
41:57
Source Intelligence also known as OS int.
42:00
A lot of stuff on cluster bombs here. Yeah. Anyway, that's them.
42:06
You can go look it up. It's belling. cat.com spelled like it
42:10
sounds.
42:11
Let's go back to the genius brilliant reporting from
42:14
Bellingcat.
42:15
There's some other reporting in this piece, courtesy of Christo
42:18
Grosset. He's the rather brilliant investigator at
42:20
Bellingcat. The you know the website that has unmasked
42:23
Russian spies and assassins, including the antebellum, the
42:26
poisoners, and the skripal poisoners. And Christo, I put
42:29
this across to him several weeks ago, he came back and he said,
42:31
Look, I was skeptical of this at first, but I have a source in
42:35
the FSB, who said that several weeks before the Lubyanka FSB
42:39
headquarters issued a communique or a decree to all the regional
42:43
directorates inside of the Russian Federation territory to
42:46
the FSB, saying any rumors about the President's terminal health
42:50
conditions should be treated incredibly, suspiciously almost
42:54
a sabotage. Please ignore and Please dismiss that. Well, of
42:57
course, it's had the opposite effect of convincing convincing
42:59
a lot of people in the FSB that in fact, these rumors are true.
43:02
Yeah, of course. In fact, it's true. You know, this is the old
43:06
way. So there's a memo that said, the FSB released that said
43:10
that this is some sort of plot in this all bullcrap. Please
43:14
ignore such things. And so that means it's actually true. Let's
43:18
hear that. And again, he's ignoring
43:19
Please dismiss them back a little bit, should be treated
43:22
incredibly, suspiciously almost a sabotage. Please ignore and
43:26
Please dismiss that. Well, of course, it's had the opposite
43:29
effect of Ken is convincing a lot of people in the FSB that in
43:31
fact, these rumors are true.
43:34
There was a, there was a picture of the May 9 celebration,
43:38
someone sent to me and I did the old Google search, we do
43:41
images.google.com Drag the image in there. And it was a shot of
43:45
Putin head and shoulder shot, looking to his left. And all he
43:52
looks exactly like everybody I've seen in the cancer ward
43:56
when my mom was dying. The Fall and you know, the really puffy
44:00
cheeks from the prednisone, the the lips kind of shriveling. Now
44:04
he's also in his 70s. But, and I and so I wanted to see if there
44:08
was an original image if it was doctored, I really couldn't find
44:12
that image more than twice. Which by itself was interesting.
44:17
But I wonder, I mean, we don't know of course, and we can't
44:20
know. But when I saw that picture, I'm like, wow, either
44:22
someone did a great job on this. Or he may really be sick. That
44:26
was just my personal observation, like holy crap.
44:30
There's Photoshop people that could do unbelievable things.
44:35
And so I am very skeptical that any photo any photo that I see
44:42
any photo at all,
44:44
any photos, and then there's
44:46
this one, which I love more discrediting of Russia and and
44:50
telling the West how things are deteriorating in the interior is
44:55
just no good. You know, that's why we need guys like this on
44:58
the inside. You can check Change the country's hearts and minds
45:02
and have a coup take place.
45:03
Meanwhile, US officials say Russia is now being forced to
45:06
use semiconductor chips from dishwasher and refrigerators in
45:10
their military equipment all because of US sanctions and
45:12
global shortages.
45:14
Okay, so I would love to see the data on that. So, hey, Boris
45:19
Kraus, Boris we need to chip away at them and get them from
45:24
the washing machine,
45:24
the washing machine.
45:29
Because that's the same chips that you need
45:31
to military every chips to send this only thing Hey, there's one
45:34
thing it's called a chip to chip. These chips.
45:37
These just chips. They work in Ford F 150s. They work in
45:42
washing machines and they work at work in Russian military
45:44
equipment. Universal chips. That's right. And it's worse,
45:50
you know? Where did you get that? Because anyone who would
45:53
report such a thing ABC.
45:56
Oh my god, what is wrong with these people?
46:01
Well, it's fun to report I mean, it's funny.
46:05
It's funny joke of everything. Well, sure. How
46:08
else would you entertain yourself if you do a horrible am
46:11
5am Morning Show and
46:13
God knows those. Those Russian washing machines are so high
46:17
tech. It's unbelievable. We pull them we plug them monitor
46:20
surprise. They don't export because those things are so good
46:23
chips, the chips on the button. Those I can't
46:26
believe that people aren't breaking into homes and stealing
46:29
washing machine chips. I mean, this is a hot commodity like
46:33
copper. And while you're at it, shoot the toilet. But it's worse
46:38
because they're just like Nazis. A US
46:40
official says Russia has abducted 1000s of Ukrainians and
46:43
sent them to so called filtration camps. That's where
46:46
they're questioned about potential ties to the government
46:49
or military. And according to the UN, at least 100 children
46:52
were killed in Ukraine just last month.
46:55
Okay. All right. There you go. It's nothing but since you know,
47:02
the Davos crowd comes together in a week of the World Economic
47:08
Forum. It's going to be at Davos once again. And guess who is
47:12
doing the opening keynote? Musk? Zelinsky Of course. Oh,
47:18
shirtless? Lenski. Yes. Come on, man, you know that.
47:23
That thing is I feel that Davos is an ill repute.
47:28
It'll be great to watch. I mean, this year will be would just
47:33
have to be out of touch with reality or what's actually going
47:36
on in the world to to attend this series with all seriousness
47:40
because it's, it's, it's a it's a fiasco with this Klaus Schwab
47:46
guy. No, no, no,
47:49
they literally all gonna rent from now on, everything's free.
47:53
And you're gonna live a happy life with no property? Yes. I
47:56
mean, I sort of thinking it's like, why would does anybody pay
47:59
attention? Anything? I think a lot of these guys are
48:01
cloistered.
48:02
I have to tell you, I don't know if I told you the story before.
48:07
Christina about two months ago. You know, a lot of the work she
48:14
was doing had dried up with lockdowns was quite severe in
48:17
the Netherlands. And so she was going to go take a job in a bar
48:21
or restaurant restaurant bar, I think, just to make money. Cuz
48:25
she couldn't make rent. So she she kind of went, she went into
48:30
a panic spiral because she said, Oh my God, I don't think I can
48:33
socialize. I don't know if I can do it anymore. And you know,
48:37
young woman, you know, sometimes you spiral. And that's when you
48:39
call your dad and then you get talked off the ledge, but it was
48:42
really severe. And one and I reminded her of this when when
48:45
she was here, of course, that all she got over that. And her
48:48
boyfriend was very helpful, and everything worked out. But she
48:52
was really traumatized. And in that traumatized state, she said
48:55
to me, I just wish the government would just send me
48:58
money, so I wouldn't have to go outside. And I reminded her of
49:04
this. And she said, yeah, that was the deepest I've been. This
49:08
is something that I think, is a cause of everything that took
49:12
place. People say that and then just take care of me. Just get
49:16
rid of my student debt. Just give me $1,000 A month is helped
49:20
me with my rent, don't have me evicted. And the more of that
49:24
you get, the more people want it. It's very, it's very normal
49:28
human response to traumatic circumstances. Now, luckily, I
49:34
knocked that out of her but she was. So yes, I think that these
49:40
things are very destructive. And that comes from the World
49:47
Economic Forum says you own nothing and you'll be trained to
49:50
do too. Yeah, but yes, and I think it's succeeding.
49:54
Here's the clip I had wanted to play last show. This is the $40
49:57
billion to Ukraine is actually 53,000,000,040 B Yes,
50:02
the House of Representatives passed a $40 billion package for
50:05
Ukraine last night. All Democrats and around 70% of
50:09
Republicans voted in favor. But some members of the GOP are
50:13
raising questions about the aid and the repercussions that could
50:16
have on Americans. The House
50:18
on Tuesday night approved an additional $40 billion military
50:22
and humanitarian aid package for Ukraine. This is just weeks
50:26
after lawmakers approved 13 point 6 billion and emergency
50:30
aid for the war effort. combined. This totals roughly
50:33
$53 billion over the last two months. Not only does this go
50:38
beyond what President Biden requested, it's also poised to
50:41
amount to the largest foreign aid package to pass through
50:44
Congress in two decades. While the aid was passed with few
50:47
questions or objections. A few Republican members of Congress
50:51
voiced opposition $54
50:54
million in COVID spending in Ukraine, but there's no formula
50:59
for American babies and mothers.
51:02
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene asked Congress Why is
51:05
sending this money to Ukraine yet failing to find solutions to
51:08
crises at home, such as the border crisis supply chain
51:12
issues and skyrocketing inflation. Representative Matt
51:16
gates wonder about where all this money and military aid may
51:19
be heading?
51:20
Do we have amnesia in this house is memory loss, a consequence of
51:26
the gerontocracy of Congress? Just a year ago, we lost a war
51:31
against goat herders waving rifles,
51:34
gerontocracy. Oh, yeah, yeah, that's who started that mean, we
51:38
use that. We've heard someone do that. Yeah, I started that
51:42
someone started three gerontocracy
51:45
that did this kind of is interesting, because it'd be
51:48
lies the I've said this before, but this idea that Biden
51:53
promotes that the that the ultra Magga have taken over the
51:58
Republicans when in this case, there was 100% of the Democrats
52:03
voted for the $40 billion package and 70% of the
52:06
Republicans. So there's only 30% That might be mega, ultra mag
52:12
most if they're ultra
52:13
small number. I was reading that. As this the Biden
52:20
administration spent it is they hired a think tank and spent six
52:28
months coming up with the Magga and ultra Maga term. Six months.
52:37
And then the minute they came out with it immediately got
52:40
turned around, turned around and turned into something
52:42
beautiful. Yes, uh, yeah, that's good. Those terms. It was like,
52:48
yeah, that's kind of cool. We'll use that. Of course, there was
52:51
one. One Republican in the House who pulled a dirty trick.
52:57
If this gift of Ukraine passes, our total aid to Ukraine will
53:01
almost equal the entire military budget of Russia. And it's not
53:05
as if we have that money lying around, we will have to borrow
53:07
that money from China to send it to Ukraine. The cost of this
53:12
package we were voting on today is more than the US spent during
53:14
the first year of the US conflict in Afghanistan.
53:18
Congress authorized force, and the President sent troops into
53:21
the conflict. The same cannot be said of Ukraine. This proposal
53:26
towers over domestic priorities as well.
53:29
Yeah, so some kind of procedural thing where Rand Paul said, No,
53:34
there'll be no quick vote unless I have unless we get an
53:37
inspector general to oversee the expenditures, the 54 billion,
53:41
which seems kind of reasonable. I'd say it's an amendment. I
53:45
don't know what the status is, but at least that slowed down a
53:49
bit.
53:50
Why bother keep keeping track of the money?
53:54
Because we did so well, with Afghanistan. It was fabulous.
53:58
Yeah. Now the US Treasury is also getting in on the game and
54:05
Janet, Janet Yellen had some crazy things I'll just read
54:08
which what she said or this was a policy statement. that Russia
54:13
is Russia's war in Ukraine is one of the biggest
54:15
considerations in the US Treasury's latest strategy
54:17
document there we go, which outlines how the agency wants to
54:20
combat significant illicit finance threats. And of course,
54:26
illicit finance is a major national security threat.
54:29
Nowhere is that more apparent than in Russia's war against
54:31
Ukraine supported by decades of corruption by Russian elites. We
54:35
need to close loopholes work efficiently with international
54:38
partners and leverage new technologies to tackle the risk
54:41
posed by corruption, an increase in domestic violent extremism
54:45
and the abuse of virtual assets. Nevermind the cash, the
54:51
mountains of cash that we see everywhere, including our
54:55
weapons that we gave sold, Lent whatever to Ukraine now showing
55:00
Hang up in Telegram for sale. You can buy, you can buy any of
55:07
the weapons we sent over there beautiful. And of course this is
55:12
actually ushering in some form of famine, social unrest,
55:18
hunger, winter, color, what you want, supply chain issues, great
55:23
reset whatever.
55:25
This rain helps feed 400 million people around the
55:29
world. So this is this is set that up.
55:36
Where's this? I
55:39
don't know why I can't see what this was, oh yeah, this is the
55:41
World Food Program, the United Nations outfit, they're running
55:45
lots of different spots, kind of like PSAs talking about the
55:49
problem of hunger. Now that there is no wheat coming out of
55:55
Ukraine, this grain
55:56
helps feed 400 million people around the world. And these
56:01
ports are shut down. Because of this war. We need to get the
56:04
ports open operational. Otherwise, we're going to have
56:08
catastrophe on top of catastrophe millions of people
56:11
around the world strong in is hard to believe how devastating
56:16
this is really going to be on the poorest of the poor around
56:19
the world. And we need these ports open and we need it now.
56:23
To the ports. The ports is the problem. We need the ports open
56:27
but the ports can't open. Because the ports are booby
56:31
trapped. With, I guess their mind
56:39
to be will make sense. No,
56:40
I'm pretty sure they only see that I have got a clip of that.
56:46
Interesting. Yeah, here we go. Sorry about that. I looked at
56:55
the Ukraine wheat production. global wheat production all
56:59
around the world is 28,370,280 tons. Now no, I'm sorry. That's
57:09
Ukraine's wheat production. The total world wheat production is
57:12
765,000,769 635 tonnes. Ukraine is 3.7% of global production. So
57:22
while not great, it's not really going to bank the break the
57:26
bank. However, this will
57:28
tonight the g7 industrialized nations are condemning India's
57:32
decision to ban exports of wheat warning it could worsen the
57:35
global food shortage. India says it just wants to safeguard its
57:39
own supply. The price of wheat has shot up by more than 40%
57:43
this year, mainly because of the war between Ukraine and Russia,
57:46
which together produce a third of the world's wheat supply.
57:50
And here's the thing. No, that's not it either. Interesting. I
57:56
thought I had another clip about the about the harbor being mind
57:59
anyway, doesn't matter. So I think India is run away up there
58:03
is India, not the number two wheat exporter?
58:07
I don't know the numbers and who's one, two and three? Yes.
58:10
exporters? Yeah, I'm
58:12
pretty sure that we were that.
58:14
I think Russia Ukraine is number. Russia. Russia is tiny
58:19
was fine. We should have it right in front of us. We should
58:21
we should. Here's the look, I'll look it up while we speak. Yes.
58:25
Here's a
58:26
report from
58:26
India exports with immediate effect as part of its steps to
58:30
control the spike in prices at home. Now only export shipments
58:34
for which letters of credit have been issued on or before the
58:38
notification will be allowed here on now this is being seen
58:42
as a U turn by the government as just two days ago. They had set
58:46
a massive target of 10 million tons of export.
58:50
So there you got it. Yeah. What do you got? India?
58:53
Here are the 10 countries with the most wheat production,
58:57
right? Number one Russia. Guess again?
59:02
US Guess again? Yes, India,
59:09
China?
59:10
Oh, of course. Of course. Hello. Could have known as number one.
59:15
India's number two, Russia is number three. We are number
59:20
four. Canada is number five. France, Pakistan and Ukraine is
59:27
at the bottom of the list.
59:28
So this is good, because now you can see that this I think almost
59:32
planned food shortage famine is being covered up by the war in
59:38
Ukraine. Ukraine has very little wheat production that matters.
59:42
It's Russia. It's India. It is I mean this this China. Oh, yeah,
59:49
we can trust China for our wheat. So that's interesting.
59:51
That's the messaging is horse crap. Now there's a new I think
59:56
you may have played clips from this lady before from w i o Oh
1:00:00
no, this is the Indian network have to polki Sharma
1:00:05
I don't know. Oh, this is She's a character. So
1:00:09
she's fant she is,
1:00:11
you know I want to you can understand her.
1:00:13
I don't know if we're talking about the same one. I can
1:00:15
understand her just fine. She's cute. She's cute. She's direct.
1:00:22
She's a great camera presence. And we got to get rid of the
1:00:25
shitty accent but otherwise she's fantastic. Now, this is a
1:00:29
long clip. You can stop it whenever you want. But she did
1:00:32
something that I would love to see any American news outlet do.
1:00:36
She said here is this is we have economic crisis, which was
1:00:41
resulting in food shortages. That's the fact. And Sri Lanka
1:00:46
is melting down. As you know Sri Lanka's prime minister resigned
1:00:50
the protests were so intense. And what she did in this package
1:00:55
was, say A is Sri Lanka The only country could this happen
1:01:00
anywhere else. And she does this unbelievable rundown of other
1:01:04
countries, which should make anyone who was is showing the
1:01:10
Ukrainian flag and your profile, ashamed of what you're really
1:01:14
not looking at.
1:01:16
There are 69 countries that face all the three risks, food,
1:01:20
energy, finance, all 369 countries could go the Sri Lanka
1:01:24
way. 25 in Africa 25 with the Asia Pacific and 19 in Latin
1:01:29
America, which countries are these? We'll start with Egypt,
1:01:32
the land of pharaohs. It is in the throes of a financial
1:01:35
crisis. Egypt is the world's largest importer of wheat,
1:01:38
Russia and Ukraine were top suppliers as they fight now the
1:01:42
supplies are running out. Last month, Egypt said that its
1:01:45
reserves will not last more than three months. Next, we have to
1:01:50
share the birthplace of the Arab Spring its economy is
1:01:52
overheating foreign debt accounts for 100% of its GDP.
1:01:57
The trade deficit has widened to $800 million. Inflation stands
1:02:01
at 7% fuel prices at record highs. Experts say Tunisia could
1:02:06
soon face civil unrest. The same warning has been issued for
1:02:10
Lebanon, the Switzerland of West Asia will not anymore. In 2020
1:02:14
the Beirut blast destroyed Lebanon's largest grain stores.
1:02:19
Food prices went up by 11 times. The Lebanese pound lost 90% of
1:02:25
its value. Public debt grew to three 60% of the GDP. The war in
1:02:30
Ukraine complicated things further, Lebanon important 80%
1:02:33
of its wheat from Ukraine, those supplies have fallen, there's a
1:02:36
bread shortage, a scarcity of sunflower oil, Lebanon has been
1:02:39
forced to take a one $50 million loan from the World Bank to
1:02:44
ensure food security. Then we have Argentina, the land of
1:02:48
tango also caught on the wrong foot. Now inflation is
1:02:51
paralyzing its economy external debt is mounting. Argentina has
1:02:54
defaulted on debt repayments nine times to avoid a 10th
1:02:58
default it has gone to the IMF. It wants to refinance a $45
1:03:03
billion loan. It may give Argentina a brief reprieve, but
1:03:07
it will not quell the civil unrest.
1:03:09
Awesome. Yeah, I don't know if you're still enjoying this, but
1:03:11
it also gives you a little insight into how ridiculous this
1:03:14
53 billion is compared to put some other like, just give us
1:03:18
150 million we'll we'll be okay with that. No, Ukraine fine.
1:03:23
Analysts say Argentina is staring at a long and cold
1:03:26
winter this year. Some other Latin American countries are
1:03:29
also at risk like El Salvador and Peru. They face hyper
1:03:33
inflation in commodities tumbling bonds, food shortages,
1:03:36
detonating prices and mass unemployment. Very much like Sri
1:03:40
Lanka reports the both countries could soon face civil unrest. in
1:03:45
Sub Saharan Africa, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Ethiopia
1:03:49
could be the worst hit. In Ghana debt levels are soaring interest
1:03:52
payments are choking the economy a debt crisis looks imminent. In
1:03:56
Kenya, the debt has climbed to $70 billion. That's 70% of its
1:04:00
GDP. Last week, they got a 240 $4 million loan from the IMF
1:04:05
to weather this economic storm. In South Africa the debt has
1:04:08
reached 80% of its GDP, there's a looming threat of state
1:04:11
collapse, a rerun of the 2021 civil unrest. Next comes Turkey
1:04:17
the currency is sliding the debt is soaring, upwards of 54% of
1:04:20
the GDP. Inflation has cut 70% GDP forecast cut to 3.3% There's
1:04:27
a food shortage Turkey is getting 50,000 tons of wheat
1:04:30
from India. And these are just a few examples. The World Bank
1:04:35
says that in the next 12 months, as many as a dozen developing
1:04:39
economies may not be able to service their debt. This will be
1:04:43
the largest debt crisis in a generation.
1:04:46
I thought that was a dynamite rundown
1:04:53
it'll be fun to watch
1:04:56
oh man got me. Oh, I'm sorry. We got a message mess. is a message
1:05:01
from Klaus Schwab?
1:05:03
No agenda does not take care of the planet and people nobody
1:05:08
will be saved from sea dangerous misinformation. You will be
1:05:14
punished.
1:05:16
Okay, Klaus, okay, sorry. We'll be punished, you will be
1:05:20
punished. No agenda. So that doesn't sound really good and
1:05:25
sounds like
1:05:26
it sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. And the banks
1:05:29
are going to take
1:05:31
a beating. Yeah, beating
1:05:33
well, they usually deserve it when they get it. But But what
1:05:37
did was come out ahead, somehow they do that. They take over a
1:05:41
lot of assets, and then they straighten things out and in a
1:05:44
country like REITs itself, and then they make money on the
1:05:47
assets that they confiscated.
1:05:49
I love your I love your optimism. I really do. Yeah,
1:05:53
yeah. It's good. It's good. Your optimism is good. Now, let's
1:05:55
just talk about wheat. Now growing up, I never really heard
1:06:01
about the importance of wheat. Now. It seems like without
1:06:03
wheat, we're all dead. Is this true? Is wheat.
1:06:07
From the sounds of it? Yeah.
1:06:09
Well, that's it's an it's a valid question. What is in it?
1:06:16
Well, it
1:06:16
just does not work if say we lose we're going to listen, we
1:06:20
would lose directions are going to move their wheat somehow this
1:06:25
their net their truck, they're already losing as to 24 24
1:06:29
million tons of Ukrainian, wheat. And I think most of that
1:06:33
will be recovered, at least half of it'll get used and shipped
1:06:36
somehow through the over the land. Just I don't see this as
1:06:41
being I think is a current crisis that's being exaggerated.
1:06:48
Doesn't help when India decides to take itself off the market
1:06:51
and say no, we're just going to keep our 100 100 million tons
1:06:54
and keep it keep it here. I'm looking at these numbers, and
1:07:01
I'm just seeing it. Okay. So look, let's say Ukraine loses 24
1:07:05
All 24 million. A lot of it's been, you know, is a granary. So
1:07:11
they're not obviously shipping it all anyway. I just don't
1:07:15
think so. I think this is I think they're, they're making
1:07:18
this worse than it has to be. Oh, well,
1:07:21
isn't that the point of a great recession? It's not exactly the
1:07:26
point make it much worse than it has to be. Yeah, I'd say so. But
1:07:32
it's all it's all poured part of this messaging. That doesn't get
1:07:38
to that. But let's talk about baby milk for a second because
1:07:40
we've kind of ignored that story. For obvious reasons. It
1:07:44
didn't really hit our environment that much. And it
1:07:47
really cranked up I think,
1:07:50
oh, they cranked it up to the max over the Yes. Yes, over the
1:07:54
last week. And this is a political football now. And then
1:08:00
all the right wing talk shows of some I guess there were this
1:08:04
this stems from a member of the Border Patrol. Yes, a picture.
1:08:13
Yes. Have you seen this picture of of the old of mill, a baby
1:08:18
milk formula that is waiting for the refugees as they're coming
1:08:23
across the border and this, they've saved it for them
1:08:26
because they don't want to look as if they're, you know, making
1:08:30
mothers or making babies starve to death. So they save a lot of
1:08:35
the of the milk formula has been redistributed to the borders
1:08:41
instead of being in the shelves where American women have to use
1:08:46
formula.
1:08:48
It does go back a little further to January or February of this
1:08:54
year, when the I think the Food and Drug Administration shut
1:08:58
down an entire plant in all places slabs, yes, Abbott Labs
1:09:04
because they do your COVID test and they screw up your formula,
1:09:08
which, interestingly, is in Sturgis that that particular
1:09:13
produce production facility. And as they close it down because
1:09:17
babies were dying from their formula, they had to have an
1:09:20
entire recall. Here's Jen Psaki from back in the day born to
1:09:24
note that the reason we're here is because the FDA took a step
1:09:28
to ensure that babies were taking safe formula. There were
1:09:31
babies who died from taking this formula so they were doing their
1:09:34
jobs. We have been working. This administration has been working
1:09:38
for weeks now to address in anticipation of where we thought
1:09:42
there could be shortages. We have also seen an increase over
1:09:46
the last four weeks of supply available, which hasn't been an
1:09:51
increase over the four weeks prior to the recall. That is a
1:09:54
good sign. But obviously the steps the President took today
1:09:57
are an acknowledgment and a recognition that more needs to
1:10:00
Got.
1:10:01
Exactly. So okay, so what, what, what I didn't know and which now
1:10:06
can kind of come to light is that there are only, I think
1:10:09
three or four companies who are authorized to produce and
1:10:13
distribute within the United States said, said formula. And
1:10:18
that is mainly because there's deals with the W AIC, the women
1:10:21
infants Children program, which I find a nice misnomer. I'd like
1:10:25
that to be changed. It should be. It should be people who
1:10:30
identify as women, infant no birthing persons, infants and
1:10:35
children. And not women this a week has to change that's
1:10:38
completely wrong. The they blame Abbott Labs for this, and they
1:10:48
did not do anything about the production knowing that Abbott
1:10:51
Labs produces about 42 or 43% of all formula. Interestingly, we
1:10:58
can blame President Trump for not getting anything from Canada
1:11:02
because if you recall, he protect protected all dairy and
1:11:06
all dairy products and there was some what is the tariff they
1:11:10
made the tariff on Canadian dairy products, you know is
1:11:16
unobtainable to import anything. But Abbott, I went looking
1:11:21
around and it's like, you know, Abbott has a very different
1:11:23
opinion of what happened. And they investigated everything and
1:11:28
they didn't I didn't find anyone talking about it, but I do have
1:11:31
a statement from their website. The voluntary February recall
1:11:35
involved for companies of the cronobacter Sakazakii a common
1:11:40
environmental bacteria for complaints as they have to their
1:11:45
for complaints to children got sick, two children died. And
1:11:48
it's from the chrono baster or Baxter Sokka, Saki, Saki, Saki,
1:11:55
bacteria. Dave, have you ever heard of this? No. So apparently
1:12:01
a common environmental bacteria. And they found it in infants who
1:12:05
consumed consumed infant formulas producing this plant to
1:12:08
infants became sick to tragically passed away. The
1:12:11
facts about what was learned about the cases have not been
1:12:15
widely communicated. After after weird, yes, after a thorough
1:12:21
review of all available data, there's no evidence to link our
1:12:24
formulas to these infant illnesses. So they are out there
1:12:28
with a statement saying no.
1:12:31
Now what did have that must have been covered in the New York
1:12:33
Times? I'm sure it was was just because they use the print all
1:12:37
press releases, you'd think
1:12:39
and it seems like a pretty important one. Yeah, genetic
1:12:43
sequencing on the to available samples from ill infants did not
1:12:46
match strains of cronobacter in our plant. So everyone has this
1:12:51
this apparently
1:12:52
I were under the impression I didn't know this. I'm glad you
1:12:55
brought this in. Because I think the public is under the
1:12:59
impression that was rat poop.
1:13:02
In the rat poop inspectors found it the rat poop inspectors.
1:13:06
Yeah. Which are the you know, the health department guys. They
1:13:09
found the rat poop at the Abbott Labs. And they had to shut them
1:13:14
down. And so they shut them down. That's that is I telling
1:13:19
you this is the way I think it's, it's being received
1:13:22
disinformation,
1:13:23
probably. And what the FDA did is they gave them a so called
1:13:27
483 letter which makes them change, improve some of their
1:13:32
systems and protocols, which they had been diligently doing.
1:13:35
But that is part of the reason why this why we have this
1:13:39
shortage. And mind you this is there's no shortage in Europe or
1:13:42
Canada or anywhere else. It's really in the United States. And
1:13:45
because of these deals, these deals, no one else can really
1:13:49
get into the business unless the defense production act is
1:13:53
invoked. And you'd think that if this was all known in February
1:13:56
in February, that something like that would have been done which
1:14:03
is I don't know I just it's it seems like a huge gaff on the on
1:14:07
the part of the administration. There were some now what
1:14:11
happened is people start going crazy on Twitter, of course
1:14:15
which great bet Midler saying Shut up just hit him up with a
1:14:20
boob you got all you got to boobs. Oh sacks are full of male
1:14:23
given medical needs as yet it was the keeper and I were
1:14:26
returning from Austin. Last night we were discussing this.
1:14:29
Do you know what the percentages of women in America who
1:14:32
exclusively nurse their babies for the first three months with
1:14:38
breast milk? I have no idea. 24%. And I think it'd be higher.
1:14:44
You'd think it would be a lot higher because the whole point
1:14:47
of baby formula as I and this is the argument this well here's
1:14:50
Stephanie rule from MSNBC to give us the argument. And
1:14:54
to everyone out there who's saying why don't women just
1:14:56
breastfeed? Give me a break? That is a a ridiculous idea.
1:15:01
Most of there are women out there who simply can't produce
1:15:04
enough. There are women out there who have children on
1:15:06
formula for months, if not years, and they can't. And for
1:15:09
any man out there who's right now saying, Just go with
1:15:12
breastfeeding, go pick up a breast pump. I invite each and
1:15:15
every one of them to purchase a breast pump, put it on their
1:15:18
tongue, and it is
1:15:19
titled sorry.
1:15:21
Hey, what why she bitched about us men. She should be directing
1:15:26
your comments on MSNBC against Bette Midler.
1:15:30
I invite each and every one of them to purchase a breast pump,
1:15:33
put it on their tongue, and as tight as they possibly can, and
1:15:37
have it go for 2020 20 minutes, six times a day, because that's
1:15:42
what using a breast pump is like it's absurd if they think that's
1:15:45
going to solve this problem. Yeah,
1:15:46
I have seen those takes me a while. It's not a faucet
1:15:49
gentleman doesn't you don't just turn it on and off. Now shut up,
1:15:53
Chris Hayes.
1:15:54
So Oh, my God, what is with these pizzas to his son? There's
1:15:58
two things to this clip. So one is there's women who can't
1:16:02
produce breast milk. Absolutely true. That is a small
1:16:06
percentage. The rest of the clip is about I don't want my nipples
1:16:10
hurt. Which is an I think the largest reason women have been
1:16:15
convinced, have been convinced to not provide breast milk but
1:16:19
to use formula. Yeah, it's a psyop. It's like, you know, how
1:16:23
many Gerber babies are there?
1:16:25
Is it a psyop? Or is it just a marketing campaign? Is there is
1:16:28
there a different marketing campaign say yes, I do. You
1:16:31
could legitimately do yes.
1:16:33
It's a marketing campaign. I call it a cya. Don't call it a
1:16:36
sigh. Yeah. However, there's one
1:16:39
something Mimi's always complained about. She always
1:16:44
thought that that formula was not even a quality product,
1:16:50
generally speaking, as good as the real deal, because there's
1:16:53
all kinds of skirt crazy chemicals in female breast milk,
1:16:57
mammalian breast milk. That does certain things that keep the kid
1:17:02
from getting sick for like years. It's unbelievable.
1:17:05
Yeah, well, my, my first wife, who bore our child, there was no
1:17:11
way she was going to breastfeed for her own personal reasons.
1:17:14
She just nope, not going to have I'm not going to do it. And
1:17:16
Christina, to this day, saying, I have all kinds of issues
1:17:20
because my mom didn't feed me from her breast. She's probably
1:17:24
probably I know. There's one other cynical aspect to this,
1:17:30
though. very cynical aspect to forcing moms who just didn't
1:17:36
want to abuse their own breast milk or provide it, you know,
1:17:41
just didn't feel like it. And by the way, fine with me, it's your
1:17:44
choice. It's your baby, do whatever you want. I'm not I'm
1:17:46
not a robot. This is outrage. I, I did I did query Tina in the
1:17:51
car. So you know, like, in 19 105, you know, what did they
1:17:56
do if they didn't have you know, if they couldn't provide breast
1:18:00
milk? Well, there of course, was a many periods throughout
1:18:03
history where we had wet nurses, so other pregnant women would
1:18:07
feed the babies of the elites. Also a lot to be said that
1:18:11
that's not a good idea. The
1:18:13
thing was, if you look you can find this in old movies as
1:18:16
reference. They used to if if they had to give the baby the
1:18:20
bottle. It was just cow milk that was warmed up.
1:18:24
Yes. Another interesting choice. But here's the cynical part.
1:18:29
brought to us by my new favorite ex liberal Nomi Wolf who has
1:18:34
found a home where she has found a home for her regular
1:18:39
appearances.
1:18:41
Austin war room oh no. Yes. Yeah, I can see that the
1:18:47
abandoned would probably like her
1:18:49
abandoned loves her. Listen to what she's has to say about
1:18:53
women being forced to provide their own milk to their
1:18:57
children.
1:18:57
Yeah, so much is going on but super fast. I do want to issue a
1:19:01
warning about breast milk and vaccination and it relates to
1:19:06
what has been a theme about the the baby formula going back to
1:19:11
the border and being but we're running out of it. So here's the
1:19:15
situation. There are signals about dangers of breast milk it
1:19:20
you know from vaccinated for vaccinated moms, lactating moms,
1:19:24
and it makes sense because the spike protein goes through the
1:19:27
whole body which means it goes into you know, likely goes into
1:19:30
breast milk but the point is some of the signals in the
1:19:32
Pfizer documents are discolored breast milk. And bloody
1:19:37
according to the doctors were consulting has yet actually
1:19:41
analyzed the breast milk of vaccinated mothers which is
1:19:44
insane, it should happen immediately. But that said, I'm
1:19:47
hearing multiple accounts from people who work with lactating
1:19:51
moms, about babies having gi problems when they're nursing
1:19:55
with lactate black tea with moms who are vaccinated and the
1:19:59
babies are having failure to thrive and they're going to the
1:20:02
doctor going to the doctor, the doctors are mystified. So what
1:20:06
this goes to is what are those moms going to do? There's no
1:20:09
formula, right? And the last thing I want to tell you, which
1:20:12
is absolutely demonic, is I found that Bill Gates has a new
1:20:16
startup, which is called Bio milk with a cue and his lab
1:20:21
produced breast milk.
1:20:26
Oh, I love it. I love it. Nomi is finally on our show. This
1:20:29
is where you you brought this up last show.
1:20:31
I know but it's nice to have the Niomi Wolfville Niomi confirm
1:20:36
it. Yes, good for they see these other people catching up with us
1:20:39
on the War Room.
1:20:39
Now. Do you want to do some COVID Because I got some new
1:20:42
build G stuff.
1:20:43
I don't know I was gonna do something on that buffalo
1:20:46
shooting.
1:20:48
Let's let's let's do the buffet. Yes, please. Your good point
1:20:51
because I I don't have that much other than the six week cycle
1:20:56
seems to have been shortened to four weeks because just four
1:20:59
weeks to the day after the New York subway shootings seemingly
1:21:04
random crazy shooting now we have this very disturbing,
1:21:08
random shooting with associated cut and paste manifesto, which
1:21:14
seems cut and paste from the Christ Church shooter. It's an
1:21:16
18 year old young man, white, of course pointed out immediately a
1:21:22
premeditated hate crime. And I think there's an extra dimension
1:21:27
in here where he he live streamed very graphic first
1:21:32
person shooter, I would say that if this was some kind of kid,
1:21:37
they set up to do something truly horrific, which seems easy
1:21:41
with an 18 year old. I would say this is also a warning. They're
1:21:44
coming for your video games. I don't care what you say.
1:21:48
Studies.
1:21:49
Interesting. Interesting. I liked that. I don't care how
1:21:51
many studies you saw the red tape and yes, first and the
1:21:56
first is a white moment. And the first person who shoots is a
1:22:00
white woman I think that should be mentioned, but no one does.
1:22:03
Yeah. But he goes down some poor woman out in front was white and
1:22:07
clearly white.
1:22:08
And were street and by the way, it was streamed on Twitch, which
1:22:12
is where all the gamers stream. Another important poor data
1:22:17
point.
1:22:19
Well, the other thing is if your theory about the four weeks move
1:22:22
into a four week cycle might be valid BNI that now is just a
1:22:26
four week cycle. Well, let's do three shootings instead of one.
1:22:31
Because there was the Milwaukee shooting. Yeah, still doesn't
1:22:35
make any sense. And a Los Angeles shooting at the market,
1:22:38
a central market, which is a place I go. And so there were
1:22:43
three shootings all at once. And they all pretty much coincided
1:22:46
with each other and you could pick and choose which one was
1:22:49
the most successful. And so the choice was Buffalo. And and this
1:22:54
a lot of it has to do with gun control. But let's listen to
1:22:57
this NPR report. This is odd buffalo shooting.
1:23:00
Shooting in Buffalo New York killed at least 10 people at a
1:23:03
local supermarket. officials called it racially motivated.
1:23:07
The shooters name has not been released, but he has been
1:23:09
identified as an 18 year old white male authority say he was
1:23:14
heavily armed and wearing tactical gear. He also live
1:23:17
streamed the mass shootings. Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown said
1:23:20
the shooter was not from the community
1:23:22
buffalo is known as the City of good neighbors nationally and
1:23:25
internationally. And for someone to travel for hours to come to
1:23:31
our community and and perpetrate this horrible crime is just
1:23:37
absolutely unconscionable.
1:23:41
A total of 13 people were shot 11 of the victims were black.
1:23:45
The FBI is called in to investigate the case bring
1:23:48
violent extremism, while the suspect will state will face
1:23:51
state murder charges. federal charges are also possible.
1:23:55
President Biden and the US General Attorney General have
1:23:58
both been briefed.
1:24:00
Yeah, this is this is what is so dangerous about our news media
1:24:07
is when this happens and we just don't have enough what I do know
1:24:11
is that on 4chan I know to go to 4chan right away when something
1:24:14
like this happens. They're all using the term glowy Are you
1:24:18
familiar with glowy? No JLo Wi Fi glowy glowy means this this
1:24:24
person is so obviously a spook or a shield that they're glowing
1:24:28
in the dark.
1:24:31
Using a shoulder showed him I don't have the clip but in local
1:24:34
news, they had a package they brought in from Fox or somewhere
1:24:37
and they had the guy in court and you could kind of see him as
1:24:40
pimply faced. Good Mapa hair and he had a wearing some sort of a
1:24:50
weird i don't know what the hell even was like a paper suit.
1:24:55
Or what? Oh, yeah, in the courtroom, you
1:24:58
mean? Yeah, that's
1:24:59
what they do. If you if you have body armor, you can't Hey, you
1:25:02
can't wear your body armor. Let me give you something else.
1:25:05
And so then they pled he had a public defender and does can't
1:25:10
tell but but there this was turning political almost
1:25:13
immediately and if you and I have to meet the press clips
1:25:17
from this morning and if you want to see something odd this
1:25:23
was meet depressant and when Meet the Press brings in Al
1:25:26
Sharpton? No There
1:25:27
you go time for the ratio and can it be before you do that?
1:25:31
Because this is current this is from this morning. So that's
1:25:34
really important. Can I play two short clips ABC and CBS?
1:25:40
Oh, we play no play yourself out and then we'll go to the Meet
1:25:43
the Press. Yes.
1:25:45
And so this is what we were talking about earlier where you
1:25:48
so the NPR clip actually was pretty factual although they
1:25:51
also said well, you know, 1411 people were black. Okay, thanks.
1:25:56
We got it so clearly racially motivated. And it might have
1:25:59
been we don't know. But what ABC and CBS did is you know, here's
1:26:03
the headline. Let's bring in someone that to bring you all
1:26:06
the color.
1:26:07
We begin tonight with our breaking news. A mass shooting
1:26:09
in Buffalo, New York witness to say a gunman dressed in army
1:26:13
fatigues and a helmet walked into a supermarket and then open
1:26:16
fire on shoppers and staff. At least 10 people are dead several
1:26:20
more wounded. Officials say the FBI is investigating the
1:26:23
shooting is both a hate crime and racially motivated violent
1:26:27
extremism. First Responders encountering numerous victims at
1:26:30
the scene. The suspected shooter who police say was armed with a
1:26:33
rifle was taken into custody. Relatives of those who are
1:26:37
inside the supermarket. Among those gathering at the scene
1:26:40
anxious for Word on their loved ones. When is to say they heard
1:26:44
dozens of shots fired. And tonight we're told President
1:26:47
Biden and the Attorney General have both been briefed.
1:26:50
I apologize. That wasn't what I thought it was. This one is this
1:26:52
is CBS tonight.
1:26:53
The 18 year old accused of shooting more than a dozen
1:26:56
people identified as Payton ganja and was arraigned on
1:26:59
charges of first degree murder. Authorities say he drove
1:27:03
hundreds of miles to the tops friendly market three miles
1:27:06
north of downtown Buffalo heavily armed and in body armor.
1:27:10
He shot for people in the parking lot then went inside and
1:27:13
continued shooting.
1:27:15
When I first saw him shoot him. He saw a woman he shot a deacon.
1:27:18
He shot another woman and then he went in the store and started
1:27:22
shooting again.
1:27:24
Investigators say a security guard who's a retired police
1:27:27
officer shot the suspect multiple times, but his body
1:27:31
armor protected him. The suspect shot and killed the security
1:27:35
guard then surrendered to police.
1:27:37
This was pure evil. And here we go. It was
1:27:40
straight up racially motivated police from somebody outside our
1:27:45
community.
1:27:46
Police say the gunman was live streaming the incident and was
1:27:49
yelling racial slurs. The neighborhood he targeted is
1:27:52
predominant. Did
1:27:53
you hear any racial slurs on the video?
1:27:58
No, no, we watched the video and there was no head sound here the
1:28:02
thing popping away didn't say anything. say the gunman was
1:28:05
when he got out of the car. He said here i Here I am at that
1:28:08
place. And then he got out
1:28:09
but not not racial slurs. I didn't hear anything.
1:28:12
Somebody outside our community.
1:28:14
Police say the gunman was live streaming the incident and was
1:28:17
yelling racial slurs. The neighborhood he targeted is
1:28:21
predominantly just a lie.
1:28:22
This is the worst way what you have to understand that
1:28:26
providing color now with the police chief who already is
1:28:30
making a lot of assumptions say
1:28:32
the gunman was live streaming the incident and was yelling
1:28:35
racial slurs, the neighborhood he targeted is predominantly
1:28:39
black.
1:28:39
This is the worst nightmare that any community can face. And we
1:28:46
are hurting. And we are seething right now as a community.
1:28:55
To see seems a little early to begin focusing on 100% hate
1:28:59
crime. But now we're going to meet the press. This is hot off
1:29:01
the press from this morning.
1:29:03
very extreme and dangerous segment of our political
1:29:07
dialogue. And I took responsibility for that as a
1:29:09
culpability for that and it is tied to the violence.
1:29:13
But Matt, racism has gone from being French to mainstream.
1:29:18
Yeah, that's for sure. That is
1:29:21
like a political organizing tool. It's
1:29:24
been normalized. You have to remember this is an 18 year old
1:29:28
that is accused in Buffalo when he was 15. Charlottesville have
1:29:33
the president of the United States at that time said they're
1:29:37
good people. gives them comfort. That's why Joe Biden who I
1:29:42
believe is a decent and good man needs to set a different tone
1:29:46
and we need to deal with guns because the tone was set while
1:29:49
this guy was a kid, being impressionable that this is all
1:29:54
right to be marching st Jews will not replace me. That's what
1:29:57
he saw at 15 years old, and he saw it from day one. It
1:30:00
is oh man, man. Unbelievable. So now, Trump is worse than guns.
1:30:08
Trump, Trump is worse than guns.
1:30:11
i By the way, I don't know that the guy shot any Jews, but seems
1:30:16
unlikely. But it's about but somehow it was about the juice
1:30:21
and and then of course the big lie, The Big Lie,
1:30:24
which is capitalized.
1:30:26
Yeah capitalized, he brings the lie in. So your Ito Sharpton
1:30:31
brings in the big lie. And it took just slam Trump, which is
1:30:36
you know this what? What do you do when you're in politics, what
1:30:38
he does, and you have a whole panel there of including a
1:30:44
Republican and who doesn't seem to be much I've never seen or
1:30:48
heard of the scabby person who got the southern accent looks
1:30:50
like a dummy. And you have Washington Post woman, and then
1:30:56
you got Chuck and you got somebody else. There's a bunch
1:30:59
of people, nobody corrects this lie. Because they just don't
1:31:03
because it's not politically good thing. And this Republican
1:31:07
that was on there isn't gonna about to do it. So nobody says
1:31:10
anything about the lie, which is part of the problem seems to me
1:31:14
if you're going to just lie to the public, you're gonna get
1:31:16
people irked. So the so the Washington Post woman jumps in,
1:31:21
right after Sharpton taxes, taxes, game there. And let's
1:31:27
hear what she has to say.
1:31:29
Can you saw it from the White House, and
1:31:31
there's something particularly devastating about the fact that
1:31:33
Joe Biden said he was impelled to run for president because of
1:31:37
Charlottesville, and he seemed to me that sincerely. And now
1:31:42
you look, it's what's happening. And it feels like nothing has
1:31:46
changed. The culture is the exact same.
1:31:53
Washington Post lady, wow.
1:31:58
So they can't even do that. You know what? These people are, in
1:32:01
fact, super racist. They don't care about the people that are
1:32:06
dead. They don't give a crap. All they care about is Hey,
1:32:09
another thing we can blame on Trump and January 6, who can't
1:32:12
wait for the Oh, when are we getting the January 6 Commission
1:32:16
Report? Isn't that coming up? Pretty soon. Is this time
1:32:18
nicely? Is this what they need now to carry over through to the
1:32:23
election? Because we know everything else you've done?
1:32:24
It's too early.
1:32:27
Will this do any of this? In that regard? I don't think any
1:32:31
of this is working. It's not working. They're not doing it.
1:32:33
Right.
1:32:35
If only they would hire the curry Devora consultant,
1:32:37
we could definitely do a better job than they're doing. But
1:32:42
what's worse taking propagandizing but this is like,
1:32:46
what what's so lame it but what's so pathetic as it is?
1:32:49
It's almost predictable. Trump, yeah. What's ultra mega? It's
1:32:55
his fault. Now.
1:32:57
Do you know that a part of that study, you know, ultra ultra is
1:33:01
used mainly for football hooligans in the rest of the
1:33:05
world or the ultras. So they really did not know this. Yeah,
1:33:08
they I got a couple emails about it. So they really thought, Oh,
1:33:11
this is great. The world will hate the ultras, the ultra
1:33:14
Magaz. So what is worse? Do you think curry Devora consulting
1:33:20
group working to help the Democrats or to help Russia?
1:33:27
Which one? Which ones? I don't know which one we should work
1:33:30
for? Maybe?
1:33:31
Well, the Russians are hard to it. Probably doing anything for
1:33:34
Russia is seriously politically incorrect. It doesn't work out.
1:33:41
And they don't seem to know what they're doing. It's
1:33:43
unbelievable. So you might as well just give them a pass. The
1:33:47
Democrats are too dumb to hire us. So you got stupidity on one
1:33:52
side and hopelessness on the other. In any business, let's
1:33:58
face it.
1:33:59
And with that, I'd like to thank you for your currency in the
1:34:01
morning to you the man who put the C in there. cronobacter
1:34:04
Sakazakii virus ladies and gentlemen, Mr. John C. Devorah.
1:34:11
The morning noon Mr. Adam curiosa. In the morning all
1:34:14
ships to see boots on the ground feet in the air subsidy games a
1:34:18
night out there and
1:34:19
a big in the morning to the trolls and the troll room. How
1:34:21
about trolls? How you doing everybody? I'd like to see you
1:34:24
out there. We had a late start today. We had a an issue a
1:34:28
technical issue. That was lovely. It was resolved.
1:34:31
Luckily. Let's see who's here today. Come on. Hands up there.
1:34:33
Trolls. Let me see what you got there. Let's see. Who do you
1:34:36
have? We are looking for. I have no reports. I have no reports.
1:34:42
Where's my count people? Where's my count? I have no count. I
1:34:48
guess I'm no longer allowed to count out there we go. 2265.
1:34:54
No, it was exactly the same as last Sunday.
1:34:57
It's pretty consistent. I'd say what He said, Well,
1:35:00
it's way below normal numbers.
1:35:02
Wow. You mean our old numbers? These are the normal numbers.
1:35:06
John, please be normal numbers. So
1:35:09
we do have a few new artists though that have come on board.
1:35:12
We'll get to that. After we remind everybody that the troll
1:35:17
room is a cool place to hang out. All you need to go is to go
1:35:22
to troll room.io And there's lots of people listening to the
1:35:25
show lives Thursdays and Sundays we do it live. That's not the
1:35:28
only thing you can hear. There's 24/7 There's the no agenda
1:35:30
stream, and no agenda stream.com or troll room.io both work
1:35:35
equally well. And you can you can sit there all day and
1:35:37
discuss stuff and and Troll. Troll the host troll if they're
1:35:41
live, you know, just troll each other troll yourself. It's legal
1:35:44
in most states. If not, then you can always follow the
1:35:48
completely. Russia finance, no agenda social.com If you want to
1:35:53
know where your roubles are being put to work, go check that
1:35:56
out. You can if you go to no agenda social.com I believe you
1:36:00
can just look at our public timeline. You can't join but you
1:36:02
can follow anybody from any Mastodon account. It's how the
1:36:06
fediverse works. It's what Elon Musk should have put his money
1:36:09
into. It's what Trump should have put his money into. Well,
1:36:11
he did. But he didn't do it. Right. And we're trying to do it
1:36:15
right. You can follow Jhansi Dvorak had no agenda social.com
1:36:19
Adam at no agenda social.com Yes, new artists. It's true.
1:36:26
Because of the time shift artists are typically well the
1:36:31
way it works when we do the show live artists are creating art on
1:36:34
the fly as they hear a topic vying for that coveted art spot
1:36:40
for the album art and I think we have well we definitely have
1:36:43
different people who are able to listen now because of the slight
1:36:46
two hour time shift to yes, there are different artists I
1:36:50
think also in some cases some of the existing artists are doing
1:36:53
better work because they've slept longer Did you notice
1:36:56
this?
1:37:00
Well, I've noticed it's changed a little bit the look of the
1:37:04
pages have changed. I don't know if it's better or worse
1:37:06
necessarily. Okay,
1:37:08
well, I thought what Darren O'Neill produced for episode
1:37:12
1450 We titled that one new collar worker which was the the
1:37:19
Fisher Price plastic cockpit so you can learn how to fly now
1:37:26
with cell phone and the requisite
1:37:28
as usual Yes, in this case, I was dead set against this art
1:37:34
but you
1:37:38
Well, we know that's not how
1:37:41
you cried like a baby you said oh, it looks like a little
1:37:44
airplane cockpit. We've got to pick it
1:37:48
Yeah. Okay, so and with that we'll believe everything you say
1:37:52
from now on. Actually we both we both liked a different piece.
1:37:58
I'm trying to find it was that piece John the piece we both
1:38:02
liked?
1:38:03
Oh yeah. What was it well, there was oh yes there was a problem
1:38:06
there was a problem with it. Yeah, were two problems with two
1:38:08
of his pieces. Yes. Matthew drop co had two pieces that were both
1:38:13
very usable I'd like both a lot I like both of them actually.
1:38:17
Just bugs and I really started liking the no agenda ultra mega
1:38:20
detergent because it was really well done which I could
1:38:23
have gone with. Yeah. And why didn't we John?
1:38:27
Because they're blurry.
1:38:29
Exactly. How does that happen? I don't understand that's up to
1:38:33
the
1:38:33
regular size was because he's something he's doing wrong.
1:38:36
Because you punch it up to the normal size way by clicking on
1:38:39
it it shows up in the under as a stand alone under episode 1414
1:38:45
fit the artwork laundry soap by Matthew drop go big big thing
1:38:49
and it's blurry it's just blurry Yeah. So he's either submitting
1:38:56
is too small and when you blow it up, it doesn't work and his
1:38:59
other piece which I don't remember which one it was, but
1:39:01
it's up here you might be able to find it which was not that
1:39:08
was
1:39:08
the the bug
1:39:11
bug bug or lack Yes,
1:39:12
Barbie bug lack was another good piece which I liked. That's the
1:39:15
one I thought was the best to begin with. Not the other one.
1:39:18
That was part that thing about O'Neill's piece was part of one
1:39:23
of our fabulous skits
1:39:29
what we had a skit that I'm unaware of what once you
1:39:33
get so anyway, so the Buggle acts the same way and if you
1:39:36
blow it up to God, it says complete nutrition for your
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I think the one piece that Darren O'Neil piece was by far
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the most acceptable on the group.
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Yes and and considering I cried and threw a tent like me Antrim
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who would want to see me completely have a meltdown over
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that? Darren, oh
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well yeah 100 million.
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that you should have that the Yak guy got
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kind of almost does have let me get his thing here. He's a
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desert end Yaks del Yaks and he is in Montrose, Colorado with
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the E Myth. Oh is email. No, it's a homepage. Yeah, the
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homepage is possible. It's dmea.net/desert Desert en slash
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Yak. Anyway, look him up. He's in Montrose. So he sent me a boo
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he sent me a bonus pack free does not for sale that I can
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know that yak fries are and let's just use the proper term
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testicles.
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So these yak balls I mean, I know there were I knew when I I
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saw it because I liked the I've tried everything I went out of
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my way to find you had an IQ you love the EQ so much.
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So I went to Texas where you can get beef balls. That's where you
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eat beef balls. If you want to eat balls, you go to Texas.
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Okay, so at the Fort Worth is a big restaurant in Fort Worth,
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Texas that specializes and they call them beef fries. That's
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what they call their fries. That's where I learned the term.
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Proper use is fries. You can look it up. And so I went there
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to have some beef balls because in Texas is the only place you
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can get you know and restaurant in normal fare because the
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Texans are just gobbling these balls like there's no tomorrow.
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And so I had him in there. They're tasty if you cook them,
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right. They're kind of like sweet breads. If you cook them
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right, which is veal balls. No sweetbreads, this thymus and
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thyroid glands? No,
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I always thought sweetbreads were balls. No,
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no that's not balls, balls or fries.
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this. Oh, I'm
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you're the only Texan I know. I'm gonna call you that. Yes,
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thank you, Texas. doesn't eat balls because most Texans just
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eat bowls all the time.
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you are the big baller jar. You are the man.
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I haven't had these yet. But I if I'm still working on finding
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the recipe everybody in the family now wants to have this
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meal. There's only a few balls in there. I mean, the sack.
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Just come in the sack and you have to extract it's a plastic
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sack.
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It's not the O G sack. And no it's not the O G sack God no.
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And there's not enough balls to go around to be honest about it.
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But there's two per Yak. I mean, do they sell them in a pair? I
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don't know how
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many are in this thing because it was freeze dried and you
1:50:15
know, and then put in one of those vacuum pack. There may be
1:50:19
four balls in there. Maybe two. I can't tell.
1:50:24
Well, I'm very, very,
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very I just mentioned it because
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well, I could you who is the Yak man, I'd like to know again, I'd
1:50:32
like to order some Yak.
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This is Dell. He's in. He's in Montrose, Colorado, and desert
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and limited Yaks. I'll give his phone number out. There you go.
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now call 100 gets free yak balls. Well, you're not gonna
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get the balls. I think he eats those himself. But at most, you
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know a good for you. Yeah. Onward.
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Sir Grease Monkey of the West Texas oil fields. Odessa, Texas
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333. Odessa doesn't make good I appear to suffer from premature
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night night jubilation. I'm sure it's more common than I think
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and I shouldn't be embarrassed. I intended to be knighted in the
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future episodes so the Cincy chili would have time to cook
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around. Noted since the chili isn't eaten alone, it's a sauce
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usually served over spaghetti and covered on a pile and
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covered on a pile of freshly shredded cheddar for a three way
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add onions or beans for a four way or add both for a five way
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Whoa. Who also used on Coneys it with mustard onions and cheese
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that I did not know
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and you're a chili guy I'm surprised you would
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put it a hot dog but it makes sense chili dog. Cloves are not
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the special ingredient in most John but chocolate chili with
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chocolate and it is something special there's something about
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the chicken well there was I had was what was the name it's at
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one Skyline I think is the name of the one of the two major ones
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to this to come Isn't Cincinnati they have these chains of
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restaurants. And I thought I tasted cloves. Anyway. It all
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has the sea. There's nothing special about the chicken in
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Cincinnati. It all has the bird flu and is being slaughtered
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with the rest.
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That's right down. That's right.
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Next time the roundtable is set, maybe toss him four ways, and
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Coneys down for everyone's enjoyment. Regardless, this
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donation of 333 brings my total up to $1,000. For 667. I've
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respected it repeatedly hit my friends sky in a mouth, but I'm
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not sure it's worked yet maybe hearing his name and letting the
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world know what a douchebag he is. Hold on. We'll get him to
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listen regularly and perhaps trek toward knighthood himself
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is worth a shot. And I'm sure he'd love a dealer's choice of
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Rev al in a job karma as he's debating a new job or sticking
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with what he has, sir Grease Monkey, so he already got
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knighted. So this
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the system works. Thank you. The honor system. Very cool, man.
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There's no real contract jobs, jobs,
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They have an urgent message that just came in John from Texas
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slim, Texas. Slim is the he's the man behind the beef
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initiative here in Texas, which, you know, they're onboarding
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ranchers and helping people get to good animal protein directly
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from the ranch from the rancher and KC cattle is, I think one of
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their first of onboarded and he says, We are more than willing
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to arrange a ball bash or calf fry for you here in Texas.
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Sounds good. I think ball Bash is the is the term
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ball bash, bash. Very cool. And they were he had all his balls
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but they got him there in Texas. Tristan Cavalier,
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a or Cavalier these in Hayward, California. 333. Longtime
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douchebag no karma. I'm not sure I did the notes slash donation
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bullshit, right. But I emailed something about the fake meat
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industry you guys might appreciate. Parrish the note.
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Kim is fermented him him him him. Tim is fermented in Mexico
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by the if company by GMO soy super nutritious. were we
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talking about him?
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I think no. He's talking about No, he's talking about the fake
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meat. He's talking about Beyond Meat. No,
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right. Right, right. Well, a lot. Yeah, a lot of that stuff
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is fermented in Mexico, but the taste and texture comes from a
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former chemical company in the Netherlands.
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Which is the HEMA or wherever that stuff is. Yeah. Hema, Hema,
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Hema, like, hemoglobin. I think it's for Hema
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team. Yeah. And it is actually based on something that's
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actually in meat, but it's a it's a organic compound, but
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it's not it's vegan safe. It's vegan safe, so vegans won't
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freak out. It's just I don't even want it this makes me sick
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since he said longtime douchebag no karma. I will do some even
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though it didn't ask.
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You've been deed deuced.
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John L. Marini 3331313 In Guerneville, California, I don't
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have a note from him. I mean, I'm sure he'll send us when we
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give him a double double karma but I want to mention somebody
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first, which I say every time I see this when I was a kid. Oh
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there we go. There we go. When I was a kid, we used to be
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pronounced Gurney Ville and somewhere along the lines they
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changed it to Guerneville he doesn't have a gurney Ville
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sounds like sounds nice and Guerneville sound it doesn't
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sound good. Just make comments sorry. Sir call a core when you
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get mad double karma for no note. Okay.
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We got to come up with a better jingo. For this. You've got
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karma. You've got karma. We have sir Corwin Underwood, Baron of
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Butler County, Ohio. $300. In Hamilton, sorry, donations are
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low for this cycle. Hope this donation helps. Yes, many heard
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the call to action. incredibly appreciative. I'm a quiet Baron
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of Butler County, Ohio. The no agenda show helped me through a
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six month deployment during the height of COVID hysteria,
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November 2020. To may 2021. Believe me when I say the
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military fell right in line with mandates and vaccination
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pressure. Yes. I think we we covered that rather astutely
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that wearing a mask while deployed to the Middle Eastern
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desert was not fun. Holy crap. I didn't know when no one told us
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about that. In the desert, idiotic love your hard work and
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everything you do. So Corwin, Underwood, Baron of Butler
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County, Ohio, and he is in the air Air National Guard.
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We appreciate that Master Sergeant. Yes,
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thank you very much, sir.
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Gregory Ed Bernardo in Canton, Georgia 250 33. He'll be our
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first Associate Executive Producer for today's show. Uh,
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hello, John and Adam once again I have succumbed to another
2:05:12
guilt trip. I received from the quote we can't get our a man
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emails through email that I assume was penned by John. You
2:05:24
got me the last time you sent an email saying we're all
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ungrateful. Deuces that was nice time it was verbatim what you
2:05:33
said. Keep going and I'll be a night maybe my name will be sir
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am easily manipulated by plugging in emails. I'm just
2:05:47
kidding. You boys are doing a lot of heavy lifting every week.
2:05:51
And your analysis is always dead on. Shame on all the freeloading
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douchebags like my friends, Steve.
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Oh, hold on a second. Steve deserves a
2:06:04
shout out to my buddy Sean from church. He told me it heard my
2:06:08
last donation note and had no idea. I had been hit in the face
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in the mouth by the way, ITM Sean, and then does he have
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anything on top of that? Yeah, can you give me some Reverend
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owl?
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ESP ICT
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kind of find that humorous and delightful that people are
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church in the morning that he's a morning, bro in the morning.
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Could you please Could everyone just turn around and say hi to
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your neighbor and you just turn around go in the morning and
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someone else goes in the morning? Ah, that would be nuts.
2:06:44
Amy Mullen is where Phoebe comes from. That's her hometown.
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Bastrop Texas. A row of ducks. Two, two 2.22 in the morning
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gents. This gets my due tonight a peerage but we had too much
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fun at the NA meetup in Austin today to send a counting Oh yes,
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there was the big the big Austin meetup stay tuned. Okay, thank
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you for the house karma it works please send a goat karma to all
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in get mo nation and love Islam.
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You've got karma
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read Gilberton Everett Washington tu tu tu tu tu Hello
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John and Adam please de douche.
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Oh my goodness. another row of duck deducing loving.
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You've been deed
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deuced fantastic show. I love your humor and I wish there was
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always more. Please can I have a strongest dose of karma is the
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Yaks karma strong. I'd like to try it out. Every question.
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Read you're in luck today ie at karma with balls.
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You've got
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Christopher Balderrama is in New Orleans Louisiana to 18
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Associate Executive Producer ship and says I'm looking
2:08:05
forward to meeting everyone at Monday's big low country. Whoops
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I just lost my place. Low Low Country love a palooza meet up
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yes this is the Tina and I are leaving tomorrow morning early
2:08:17
to go to South Carolina. The low country love a palooza meet up
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big shout out to Dame Jennifer for putting this thing together
2:08:24
is quite a production 110 people. Anyway since I'm already
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a proud night and if it pleases the committee, I would like to
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apply my donation to lavish of behind the scheme's podcasts
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future knighthood I think that's totally possible. You guys need
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to keep track of that yourself and mention it when you come to
2:08:44
the podium. And he winds up with PS John. The curry in the keeper
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podcast rules. Stay Woke. All right, Christopher. Thank you.
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Mark Buckcherry in Greenwood, Indiana to 10 switcher row
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switcher row to switch through donation for Trevor green, aka
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surf rip off the maple weiss.rs Some love Love is a email
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address from the crossroads of America tribal. Yeah. gratis
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bryce Bryce cry may crosswords of America tribal meet up
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drawing I can't make heads or tails of the sentence but there
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it is.
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I'm not sure what that means that Oh, from the oh, this is a
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meetup title may crossroads of America tribal meetup drawing so
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it was the may meet up of the Crossroads America tribal. Meet
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Up
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is drawing.
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I don't know they were drawing. Okay, maybe there was a lottery.
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No, I don't know. I do know that Sir Michael Anthony is in
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Rosedale New York and sent to Oh to thank you Associate Executive
2:10:06
Producer ship and more for him because this donation of 2020
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Dimes is in memory of my mom. She had a heart attack in 2020.
2:10:15
On the 22nd of May, two weeks after Mother's Day, she loved
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the number two, especially in pairs. a healthier diet could
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have saved my mom's life. That's how my dad and I have overcome
2:10:25
obesity, diabetes, clinical depression and more. But these
2:10:30
medical miracles are considered misinformation because we got
2:10:32
healthy eating almost nothing but fatty red meat. Meanwhile,
2:10:37
Bill Gates and his buddies are trying to force us all to eat so
2:10:39
called alternative proteins made from beans, bugs and bovine stem
2:10:43
cells. That's because they want their slaves to be weak, sick
2:10:47
and thus profitable. And they know that meat real meat is much
2:10:51
healthier for us and for the planet. Have you tried the balls
2:10:56
this war on carnivores is just another part of the great reset
2:10:59
back me up on this crackpot and please look into it Buzzkill.
2:11:03
I'm already on that brother. No jingles but I do request goat
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health karma for anyone who needs it as ruminant ruminant
2:11:10
animals ruminant what is it? What room unlimited remanent
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remanent ramen and animals as ramen and animals goats are
2:11:19
highly nutritious. What is remanent?
2:11:21
What does it mean they eat anything?
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They're highly nutritious because they eat anything. Also
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with this donation I claim the title of Baronet if allowed, I
2:11:32
would like it. Yes, you can. You can always order something at
2:11:34
the roundtable. A rotisserie chicken my mom's favorite meat
2:11:38
for the roundtable pasture raised if possible. Is there any
2:11:40
other kind? Please continue to call out the anti meat agenda.
2:11:44
Our future as a species depends on it. Thank you for your
2:11:47
courage soon to be Baronet. Sir Michael Anthony in New York, of
2:11:51
course are Michael Anthony and thank you for your career.
2:11:56
Karma.
2:11:58
Scott comes in at $200.02 and he's in Portland. Looks like
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Parlin New Jersey. He's wrote a note on paper and you can hear
2:12:08
the paper because my hands this is $202 finishes my long drive
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started in 2018 to become a knight of the no agenda podcast.
2:12:18
I wanted my first act as a knight not to I guess I don't
2:12:22
even know these on the nightless dizzy. Let me check. As my first
2:12:27
act is a night not to be requesting anything but
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announcing the first Central New York or sorry, first central New
2:12:34
Jersey Soviet slaves meet up in key port New Jersey on June 18.
2:12:40
At 2pm at the three br distilling to nice distillery
2:12:46
that tries to recreate some of the booze of the Soviet Union.
2:12:51
Ah, yes,
2:12:53
I don't know if anyone's had this booze but I actually have
2:12:55
some I still have a bottle of it's only half used of schmear
2:13:03
nazmir enough but what's the good Stoli? Some sort of says
2:13:08
made in the Soviet Union on it on the label. Anyway, I've had
2:13:15
some other Soviet stuff it's usually not that good. They do
2:13:20
some interesting expensive,
2:13:21
isn't the better luck isn't the best. Doesn't it come from
2:13:25
Poland?
2:13:26
Or the best Vika does? Yeah, but there's the Russians have good
2:13:30
vodka? Sure they do. And and actually do modern Stoli is
2:13:34
quite tasty. It does some interesting experiments like
2:13:37
ginger liqueur. Unfortunately due to regulations from my fine
2:13:40
state they can't have beer on tab. Really? You can't have beer
2:13:43
on tap and Jersey when it's weird, but I didn't sound right
2:13:50
but that had they have some nice cocktails in this place. You can
2:13:53
bring your own food in several places nearby for my jingles
2:13:55
request I want any Soviet jingle from the Wayback Machine Do we
2:14:00
have any I don't even know what that means. I don't think we
2:14:03
have a Soviet jingle spot the spook we got that to which we
2:14:07
haven't played for a while to do they had in our to D to karma
2:14:11
will take whatever the roundtable on is there I'm not
2:14:13
picky and then he has a little sub text here but he doesn't say
2:14:17
what his night name and so we're going to know we
2:14:19
know we do know we do have his night name. We do what we do his
2:14:23
night name will be sir No buddy of the third printer. Oh, okay.
2:14:31
And why not? Sounds good to me. Oh, those lessons.
2:14:36
A spot the spoon. Spot the spoon. Everybody wants to spot
2:14:42
the spoon. You've got karma.
2:14:54
And as usual, the lower we get the longer the notes get. It's
2:14:59
crazy. How that works but this is from Sam and Courtney who are
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in Alexandria, Tennessee $200 Associate Executive partnership
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shared amongst them together after listening for several
2:15:09
years, this will be my first donation. So I requested D
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douching. Youth Band D do. I've been astounded by your ability
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to accurately predict and describe the machinations of our
2:15:20
reptilian overlords years before anyone else. Thank you for your
2:15:24
tireless efforts in bringing the light of amygdala shrinkage to a
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world so badly in need. I want to mention a project that my
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heart stopping the breathtaking life partner Courtney has been
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working on these past several months. We adopted three sisters
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from foster care three years ago and has been a true challenge
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helping them grow and process the trauma they went through.
2:15:42
The oldest daughter is 12 and she had to essentially be a mom
2:15:45
to her two younger sisters for years before we adopted them. It
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has been an anti an agonizing several years for her. She needs
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some extra help to heal from this time she experienced things
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no child should ever have to do after months of prayerful
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consideration. She's now staying in a therapeutic boarding school
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specializing in helping girls with their specific set of
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trauma responses. The school is not cheap to help raise money
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for tuition Courtney, my aforementioned smoke show of a
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spouse has put together a very special cookbook called the best
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ingredient. It's chock full of recipes from our vast network of
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amazingly supportive friends and family. It's truly a labor of
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People can go to the best ingredient.com That's the best
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We've already seen amazing results from her stay at the
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school and we are hoping and praying that we'll be able to
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afford to keep her there for the duration of the program. Thank
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you so much for the years of sanity in this insane world. No
2:16:47
jingles no karma lovin lit, Sam and Courtney. And I like this I
2:16:51
think that's very good. Most people just go straight with a
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sob story and and a GoFundMe you guys do something else that's
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really appreciate I think it's great and is useful these books
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Yes. And I'm going to give you a goat karma just because you
2:17:02
deserve
2:17:07
our local library has his book sale every year where they just
2:17:10
pretty much dump everything because everything's being
2:17:12
discarded. Nobody wants books anymore. People donate their
2:17:15
books. So I always go to there and buy a bunch of books that
2:17:18
usually $1 or some like one case five books for $1 Because Lord
2:17:22
knows you need more stuff. I need more books. So but I did I
2:17:26
always pick up some try to find some classic cookbooks and I got
2:17:29
a first edition of the 1933 Good Housekeeping cookbook. Oh, first
2:17:35
edition. Yeah, it says first edition and says that's pretty
2:17:38
obvious. Does it have a stamp in it? It says First Edition
2:17:42
is it's printed in their first edition. Cool. But there's the I
2:17:46
started looking at, you know, these 9030 threes that meet the
2:17:50
bottom of the depression. So the kinds of food that they so I've
2:17:54
decided I'm finally going to make something I keep seeing in
2:17:56
these old cookbooks is called raisin sauce.
2:18:00
Raisin sauce.
2:18:02
Mimi said the same thing when I brought it up. It's just Yeah, I
2:18:05
keep seeing raisin sauce. I never made it.
2:18:08
My mom used to make raisin sauce it's stuff that you would put
2:18:11
over really now over beef as an example am I am I
2:18:15
put it over because I never says what they use it for. They're
2:18:18
supposed to know
2:18:19
you know my mom. I got it. I have not here handy but my mom
2:18:23
wrote a personal family recipe cookbook in in longhand.
2:18:28
Beautiful. It's like a hardcover note notebook. And with no
2:18:33
lines. He just wrote all these recipes in and I'm pretty sure
2:18:36
there's raisin sauce in there. I'm going to look it up for you.
2:18:39
And I think she used to make us that recipe so I can combine the
2:18:42
two. I think she used to make it I think yes, raisin sauce goes
2:18:47
great over yak balls. That's what that's what it was.
2:18:51
I wonder. Che Yang is next on our list here. And che is in
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Winfield, Alberta, Canada three hit $200 per atom on the first
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Rogan appearance should have donated sooner Keep up the great
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work.
2:19:09
Organ Donation no I had to do it eventually. Course Sandy block
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is in Nashville, Tennessee. We're almost at the end of our
2:19:15
Associate Executive Producer list. And Sandy says can't thank
2:19:19
you enough for keeping us all sane throughout these crazy
2:19:21
years. And they haven't stopped. I recently moved to Nashville
2:19:25
and can't wait to meet the no agenda community in Tennessee.
2:19:28
Is there a karma for finding a husband? Very best and God
2:19:33
bless. Well, you are talking to the right people. Sandy, you
2:19:37
want you know there was a it was my hatless and it was you know
2:19:45
Scott, the professor and Cara and as pivot the podcast I hate
2:19:50
to listen to the liberal intellectual elites. And they
2:19:52
were talking about how dating has become really difficult for
2:19:56
people, particularly actually more for women more so for Are
2:20:00
women that for men as it turns out and the real problem is is
2:20:05
that we're we've resorted to to technology to meet each other
2:20:09
you know you're missing very important social cues when you
2:20:12
meet someone in person so the answer to that was born
2:20:16
organically that is the no agenda meet up. So this is this
2:20:19
is where you can meet people to become friends with you know,
2:20:22
put down the phone hang out for a bit seriously, it's really
2:20:27
healthy and you know, maybe you won't meet your future husband
2:20:30
at the meetup but you might meet someone else who knows somebody.
2:20:33
These are the things that are super important so that we do
2:20:37
have a karma for that. That of course is good karma. Karma
2:20:43
hacking, hacking up a good ball you're
2:20:45
right trying it musical ball. Boris? Yeah, there it is.
2:20:51
There it is. There's the money from Russia. There's Putin's
2:20:53
agent,
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borders, borders. sippin yolk is in Pleasantville, New York 200
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Can't kink think doors agenda enough? I've been dealing with a
2:21:05
lot of family issues and I look forward to every show play
2:21:08
health gov for my dad. Thanks.
2:21:11
We were doing the whole Russia meeting. Now. You can't make fun
2:21:13
of health karma for your dad. Boy. Sure you've got karma.
2:21:19
Allah's you get your lozenge I will thank these executive and
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Associate Executive producers of episode 1450 of the no agenda
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us 1451 Our
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formula is this. We go out. We hit people in the mouth
2:22:48
we're talking about oddball food. Yeah. I'm gonna get this
2:22:51
out of the way because you may be eating jellyfish.
2:22:56
Okay, I'm all ears on this. Let me see. Is there a jellyfish? Is
2:23:00
it? Yes, here it is. It's from Al Jazeera.
2:23:05
Yeah, it's from Al Jazeera.
2:23:07
To see here in southern Thailand is almost devoid of fish. The
2:23:11
only species that can still provide an income for these
2:23:14
fishermen is jellyfish and the language. I don't know what's
2:23:19
going on under water. But there are no more squid, no more
2:23:22
shrimp. No more shellfish. There's nothing left. But with
2:23:26
jellyfish I can earn between 25 and 50 euros a day with
2:23:30
traditional fishing that was only 10. Their catch is then
2:23:35
delivered to the largest jellyfish processing plant in
2:23:38
Thailand. There it gets clean. And once the tentacles have been
2:23:42
cut off, the rest of the animal is sliced up. And it's not just
2:23:47
for the Thai market. Our main export markets are Japan, South
2:23:52
Korea, China, and also the United States. But there it
2:23:58
really only appeals to the Asian American communities. Some
2:24:02
scientists describe jellyfish as renewable based on the way they
2:24:05
reproduce. No matter how many you catch, there'll be plenty
2:24:09
more to take their place. So there's far less concern about
2:24:12
over jelly fishing. And health experts say they're good for the
2:24:15
human diet with next to no calories, but an ample supply of
2:24:19
protein. The reaction in restaurants however, is mixed.
2:24:24
That's excellent. It has a sticky rubbery texture. I eat it
2:24:29
a lot. And I really like it. Sometimes I get jelly fish pasta
2:24:34
in right now there's still fish available. But if one day
2:24:37
there's no more fish Eileen jellyfish. Back at Thailand's
2:24:41
largest jellyfish factory orders are coming in from more and more
2:24:45
Asian countries. Three tons of jellyfish leave this site every
2:24:49
day. Sales have doubled in the last 10 years and they keep on
2:24:53
growing.
2:24:55
Interesting. I have never really heard of people eating jelly
2:24:59
fish. I didn't No, that was I mean, it doesn't surprise me.
2:25:02
And in some Asian countries, they may eat that. But is it? Is
2:25:05
it besides the rubbery texture? Is it worth it? Do we know
2:25:09
anything about this? I mean, you're the guy that you've
2:25:10
really fish once. It was in a sushi bar in Hawaii. And I don't
2:25:18
think it's set right with me.
2:25:21
I wonder why I was sick afterwards.
2:25:23
And that's when I discovered these cute little pills that
2:25:26
they, the Japanese sell amongst themselves. Usually, I think
2:25:32
that ours may even be Chinese, but I think it's Japanese. And
2:25:35
their little creosote balls. And you take two of these things,
2:25:39
and you can it no matter how upset your stomach is just
2:25:42
creosote, the two Crisco pills in there, your actual crispness,
2:25:49
they're soft and kind of mushy. And they just take these two
2:25:52
down, I was sick. So I got it, but I had to get an airplane
2:25:55
ride the next day,
2:25:56
ah, this is hence Hence your Hence your, your rule of travel.
2:26:02
Yes, it was a violation. Yep, you violated the number
2:26:05
one rule of travel, no seafood the day before,
2:26:08
but I had these little creosote pills. And so I'm in the
2:26:12
airplane, and I was starting to get sick again after a few
2:26:15
hours. And so I opened up this little jar of the creosote and I
2:26:21
didn't realize it at the time, but I did shortly thereafter and
2:26:24
took the two pills that they creosote and I still have some
2:26:28
of these, you open this thing up, it stinks up the airplane,
2:26:33
and they're all They're running up and down the aisles wondering
2:26:35
if the planes on fire? Really, so I had to do I'm not saying
2:26:42
anything.
2:26:45
Did you take him? Yeah, of course. I told you. You felt
2:26:48
better. And you were okay.
2:26:50
Yeah, that's great. anybody, any Asians out there know what I'm
2:26:54
talking about these pills.
2:26:55
Now we all know why the C is in Jhansi, Dvorak Creus creosote
2:27:01
right there baby to see. To me it. I mean, I once I saw the
2:27:07
octopus teacher, that documentary about the guy with
2:27:10
octopus, I have never eaten calamari since and I had the
2:27:14
feeling that the jellyfish may kind of be in the same. Are they
2:27:17
intelligent?
2:27:19
No, they have no brain all right.
2:27:22
Brian fry him that just an organism?
2:27:25
Octopus a smart animal. No jellyfish got nothing. All
2:27:28
right, we
2:27:29
can eat those then good. I'd like to do a little bit of COVID
2:27:34
stuff because we do have a new Bill Gates interview but it's
2:27:37
only fun if we play some of the recent happenings with COVID
2:27:42
Because while we're looking at at the Eurovision Song Contest
2:27:46
and and racist people killing black people and oh my goodness
2:27:50
Putin everything else you can think of. The COVID is
2:27:54
ratcheting up again, mass mandates are being pulled in. I
2:27:57
mean, it's so it's so crazy that now all of a sudden we have to.
2:28:03
We also have to have North Korea. North Korea now in the
2:28:08
game
2:28:08
in a sign that things are serious. North Korea's leader
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Kim Jong Hoon wore a mask for the first time in public as he
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visited what state media called his epidemic prevention
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headquarters in Pyongyang. Despite including a special unit
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of workers in hazmat suits and last fall's military parade,
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North Korea claimed it had not seen one case of COVID until
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this week. Now as Kim declares country wide lockdowns the
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official line is one person has died of the virus and 187,000
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are being isolated with what's being called a fever. At the
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start of the pandemic, North Korea sealed its borders
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apparently hoping to keep the virus out. Then while the rest
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of the world mounted vast vaccination campaigns, North
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Korea refused to accept a single dose, even though the vaccines
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were being offered by the United Nations Kovacs program. The
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result? No North Korean has had a COVID shot. The great irony
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say analysts is that the no holds barred Patriotic Parade on
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April 25. Wait for